MENU
  • 1 of 6 http://pro3.pnp.gov.ph/10-press-release/435-new-year-s-call-to-pro3-regional-director-2020

    NEW YEAR’S CALL TO PRO3 REGIONAL DIRECTOR

  • 2 of 6 PRO3 LAUNCHES PROJECTS FOR COVID-19 INTERVENTION

    PRO3 LAUNCHES PROJECTS FOR COVID-19 INTERVENTION

  • 3 of 6 PBGEN SERMONIA ASSUMES POST AS CENTRAL LUZON POLICE TOP COP

    PBGEN SERMONIA ASSUMES POST AS CENTRAL LUZON POLICE TOP COP

  • 4 of 6 OATH-TAKING AND DONNING OF RANKS OF PRO3 NEWLY PROMOTED PERSONNEL

    OATH-TAKING AND DONNING OF RANKS OF PRO3 NEWLY PROMOTED PERSONNEL

  • 5 of 6 http://pro3.pnp.gov.ph/10-press-release/425-rd-sermonia-spearheads-launching-of-ofw-desks-in-central-luzon

    RD SERMONIA SPEARHEADS LAUNCHING OF OFW DESKS IN CENTRAL LUZON

  • 6 of 6 TASK GROUP “CENTRAL LUZON” ALL SET AND EQUIPPED FOR 30TH SEA GAMES, SENDS OFF 11K SECURITY FORCES

    TASK GROUP “CENTRAL LUZON” ALL SET AND EQUIPPED FOR 30TH SEA GAMES, SENDS OFF 11K SECURITY FORCES

Tips on Personal Financial Management for PNP Personnel during COVID-19 Crisis

       Riders 1Riders 2

            Camp Olivas City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- Natives in Capaz, Tarlac will no longer have difficulty buying their children school supplies as two hundred fifty (250) packs of school supplies were donated to them on Saturday.

            The PRO3 Riders led by PRO3 Deputy Regional Director for Operations PCOL RHODERICK ARMAMENTO together with the members of the 301ST and 304th Maneuver Companies of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion members of the Alpha Omega Fraternity and Sorority International Order Academicians and Los Angelenos Riders rode their way at the foot of Mt Pinatubo to reach out to the natives and gave school supplies to their children.

            “This is part of our social responsibility as citizens of our country. As law enforcers, we do not only go after lawless elements, we also help ease poverty in our own little way. We also thank our civilian partners who help us fulfill this undertaking,” PCOL ARMAMENTO said.

            “I also encouraged our Aeta brothers and sisters to enroll their children in public school since basic education can surely change their way of life,” he added.