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    PNP CHIEF PGEN SINAS SPEARHEADS BLESSING OF PRO3 QUARANTINE FACILITIES AND PIO OFFICE, DISTRIBUTES GALIL RIFLES

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CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- Police Regional Office 3 Regional Director PBGEN VALERIANO T DE LEON vows to sustain its internal cleansing campaign among its rank and file to regain the public’s trust and confidence in line with the directives of the Chief, PNP PGEN DEBOLD SINAS.

From 2016 to date, a total of 3, 356 administrative cases have been filed against 5,118 erring PRO3 personnel, 677 of whom are Police Commissioned Officers and the remaining 4,441 are Police Non-Commissioned Officers which comprises a nominal 5,118 of the total number of PRO3 police force which is 10, 573 (as of November 18, 2020). 

Based on records from PRO3’s Discipline Law and Order Section (DLOS), the primary unit tasked to impose disciplinary action against erring policemen, 410 PNP personnel were dismissed from the police service while 411 were suspended, 42 were meted with demotion to the next lower rank and 5 separated from the service (terminated). Meanwhile, 3,978 were exonerated from their administrative cases. (2020 to 2018 data, 2016 to 2017 data to follow)

PBGEN DE LEON said that those meted with disciplinary action were all given due process during the conduct of Summary Hearing.

" We will continue to weed out hoodlums and punish the undisciplined among our ranks through the strict application of the punitive sanctions for violations of PNP rules and regulations, and intensified counter-intelligence effort against illegal activities of PNP personnel”, added PBGEN DE LEON.

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Clarkfield, Pampanga- Director PMGEN FERDINAND DAWAY of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations - Northern Luzon graced the graduation ceremony of the more or less strong 338 young and new generation of police personnel of the Public Safety Field Training Program Class 2019-03 " MATAGSILAK" (Magigiting na Tagapaglingkod Gamit ang Siyensya, Lakas at Teknolohiya)  on November 20,2020 at the RSTU3 ANNEX, Gil Puyat, Clark, Pampanga.

In his message, MGEN DAWAY appreciated the efforts of the graduates from the PNP CL, PNP CES and PNP TS as well as the training management team for the timely conduct of the activity.  He also imparted his knowledge on policing and likewise highlighted the graduates’ roles and responsibilities as peacekeepers and frontliners in the prevention of crimes and illegal acts.

PMGEN DAWAY also emphasized that hard work, dedication and sincerity are important in order to successfully accomplish every mission entrusted to each one.

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CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA – In its continuous efforts to stop the proliferation of Illegal Drugs in Central Luzon, Police Regional Office 3 under the stint of PBGEN VALERIANO T DE LEON launched another anti-illegal drugs operation which resulted in the arrest of two drug dealers and seizure of over Php 3.2 million worth of Shabu in San Simon, Pampanga on Nov.17.

PBGEN DE LEON identified the suspects as KADIM DIMATINGKAL and ABDULHAMID KHALID, both residents of Brgy., Langka, Meycauyan, Bulacan who were arrested during the drug buy-bust operation conducted by joint operatives of Pampanga PDEU, Pampanga and Bulacan Provincial Intelligence Unit, and San Simon Municipal Police Station.

Confiscated from the duo were five (5) pieces medium sized knot tied, two (2) pieces heat sealed transparent plastic sachets all containing suspected shabu, buy-bust money and other pieces of evidence.

Appropriate charges for violation of Section 5 and Section 11, Article II of Republic Act 9165 or Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed in court against the suspects.

“ We are continuously conducting proactive operations against all forms of illegal drugs in order in the region and we will not stop until we achieve our quest of a drug-free Central Luzon,” PBGEN DELEON added. (PIO-3)

 

 Relief Operations

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- With over 5,000 bags and pails of relief goods amounting to more or less Php 3Million, PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN VALERIANO T DE LEON could not thank enough the stakeholders and partner agencies who immediately responded to his humanitarian drive for the distraught victims of typhoon Ulysses in Cagayan Region.

The Central Luzon police head expressed his gratitude to Bulacan Gov Daniel Fernando, Nueva Ecija Gov Aurelio "Oyie" Umali, LPGA party list Rep Arnel Ty, Engr Louie Sarmiento of Apex Mining & Orica Philippines and Ms Joy Jose- Gutierrez of True trade.

"Police Regional Office 3 is fortunate to have members of the society who generously contribute their resources to ensure the safety and well-being of our kababayans. Thru their volunteerism, the Bayanihan spirit lives on," PBGEN DE LEON added. (PIO-3)

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Police Regional Office 3 Director PBGEN VALERIANO T DE LEON expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all stakeholders of who immediately sent donations for the humanitarian drive of Central Luzon cops for the victims of Typhoon Ulysses in Region 2 in line with the PNP Relief Operation program and the PNP Chief PGEN DEBOLD SINAS’ call to help distraught Filipinos.      

The donations include sacks of rice, tons of canned goods, noodles and other basic commodities which will be delivered to Police Regional Office 2 within the week since members of the Regional Community Affairs and Development Division are currently working overtime to immediately finish the packing of relief goods.

PBGEN DE LEON complimented the stakeholders and said that, “As we continue to bank on our partners and the community here in Central Luzon, we are committed to render excellent police services to our people.” (PIO-3)