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    PRO3 WITH AFP AND COMELEC HOLDS THE FIRST IN NATIONWIDE REGIONAL ELECTION SECURITY FORUM FOR 2018 BARANGAY AND SK ELECTIONS  

  • 2 of 6 BROTHER’S KEEPER:  PRO3 COPS LOOKING AFTER EACH OTHER

    BROTHER’S KEEPER:  PRO3 COPS LOOKING AFTER EACH OTHER

  • 3 of 6 Field Training Officers Course

    Openning Ceremony of Field Training Officers Course 

  • 4 of 6 Oca Challenge
  • 5 of 6 PRO3 JOINS IN COMMEMORATION OF SAF 44
  • 6 of 6 PCSUPT CORONEL ASSUMES POST AS CENTRAL LUZON POLICE TOP COP

    The former 2nd man in command of the National Capital Region Police Office and District Director of Manila Police District assumed his post as the new Regional Director of Police Regional Office 3 on Tuesday (November 20, 2018).

             CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA-   As the campaign to put all wanted persons and lawless elements behind the bars of justice intensifies; an octogenarian wanted for Rape was arrested by police authorities yesterday, January 30 in Bataan.

            At about 2:00PM, operatives of Bagac MPS together with personnel of Valenzuela City Police Office conducted joint operation at M. Delos Reyes St. Gen T De Leon Valenzuela City which resulted in the arrest of RUBEN MANLAPAZ SR. y ALEJO, male, 81 y/o, widower and resident of 2433 M Delos Reyes St. Gen T De Leon Valenzuela City and/ or Brgy. Paysawan, Bagac, Bataan by virtue of Warrant of Arrest issued by Hon. Marion Jaqueline P. Poblete, Presiding Judge of Regional Trial Court, Branch 3, Balanga City, Bataan, dated  August 23, 2018 under criminal case no. 18175, 18176 and 18177 for Rape (3 counts) under Article 266-A, paragraph 1 of the Revised Penal Code.

            MANLAPAZ SR is listed Number one (1) Most Wanted Person and Ranked Number three (3) in the Sibat Target of this Municipality.

            “The days of these persons sought by law are numbered as we will not stop our campaign to hunt them down. We will continue to find, to arrest and to put them behind the bars of justice as we vow to eradicate all forms of lawlessness in the region,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEON CORONEL stated.

        Police Regional Office 3 strongly condemns in the strongest terms the bombing of Jolo Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on January 27, 2019. While we are outraged by the tragic attacks on our Christian brothers and sisters and reiterate our unequivocal condemnation of the bombing of churches not only in Jolo but on the different places of worship, we are not pointing fingers on any faith community.  Rather, we assure that we will use the full force of the law to bring to justice the perpetrators behind this incident.

       We extend our sincerest condolences to the families and friends of the victims and offer our sympathy to the peace-loving people of Sulu who were victims of these barbaric acts.

        Let us keep on upholding the spirit of unity and continue to pray for those who would seek to sow discord and enmity in our country for the sake of peace.

        The Police are collectively taking steps to ensure that every one must feel safe and secure knowing that their freedom to worship is protected.

         We continue to appeal to the public to help us in our goal of maintaining peace and order in Central Luzon.

             Twelve days after the election period have started, Central Luzon police have already confiscated 83 firearms including 8 deadly weapons, 4 grenades and 475 ammunition in line with the stern implementation of Comelec Resolution 10446 (Gun ban). 
            PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL bared that thru the different police operations conducted from January 13 to 24, 2019, 47 individuals were already arrested while 33 died in legitimate police operations, most of whom during shootout with authorities while evading checkpoints.
           "We will have no let-up in the conduct of our preemptive measures being implemented as part of our security preparations in line with the forthcoming 2019 mid-term elections this May. Time and again, I appeal to the public to cooperate with us so that we will have a smooth sailing election period especially in the implementation of our security protocols including the conduct of checkpoint operations and the enforcement of Gun Ban which means the bearing, carrying and transporting of firearms and other deadly weapons and other prohibitive acts during the period are not allowed. I urged the public to be alert and vigilant while passing through a PNP-COMELEC checkpoint and to immediately report any possible irregularities committed by our police personnel,” PRO3 Regional Director JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said.
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            CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA-   Police Regional Office 3 commemorated on Friday, January 25 the heroism of the 44 SAF troopers who died in the clash between terrorist groups in Mamasapano, Maguindanao 4 years ago.
           A wreath-laying ceremony was held at the PRO3 Heroes’ Monument, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga  at exactly 8 o’clock in the morning.
          President Rodrigo Duterte has declared, through his Proclamation No. 164, that the 25th day of January of every year is observed as the Day of National Remembrance for SAF 44.
        “Bagama’t naging marahas ang pagpanaw ng ating mga kasamahan, ang katapangan at kabayanihang ipinamalas nila sa pamamagitan ng pag-alay ng kanilang buhay para sa isang mahalagang misyon noong Enero 25, 2015 na kung saan nakasalalay ang ating pambansang seguridad ay hindi nasayang sapagkat ito ay patuloy na nagsisilbing inspirasyon sa ating lahat upang patuloy nating magampanan ang ating mga tungkulin sa taumbayan ng taos-puso, may karangalan at integridad. Their heroism will continue to serve as the beacon of light for all of us and a guiding instrument of achieving lasting peace and order in our country,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said in his message.
       Same event is held simultaneously in all police units nationwide.

              

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 CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL commended police officers who have accomplishments during the first day of the implementation of Gun Ban earlier this morning, January 14.

            The awarding ceremony coincided with the traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony wherein PCSUPT CORONEL extolled the achievements of the police officers thru the giving of Medalya ng Kagalingan. 

            Among the awardees include: PSUPT ORLANDO L CASTIL JR, Acting COP of San Jose Del Monte and PO1  Jeremiah David B Bangayan; PSSUPT LEON VICTOR Z ROSETE, NEPPO Acting PD; PCINSP ARNEL V AGUILAR,  Officer-in-Charge of San Antonio MPS and SPO2 Alberto L Interia.

            “We are quick in giving rewards to deserving personnel and acknowledge their notable deeds, but we are also swift and decisive in punishing the misfits and the undisciplined,” PCSUPT CORONEL said.

            PCSUPT CORONEL also urged the public to cooperate with authorities at checkpoints and reiterated his assurance that police personnel will observe policies and procedures, and will uphold their basic rights.

            During checkpoint, motorists are advised to Slow Down; Dim their headlights and turn on their cabin lights and answer promptly if asked by police authorities.

            “I have also reminded our personnel to be courteous to motorists and to adhere to general guidelines prescribed in our Revised Police Operational Procedures,” he further stated.

            The carrying of firearms, other deadly weapons and explosives as well as its transportation is strictly prohibited from the start of the election period on January 13, 2019 until its end on June 12, 2019.  Stricter penalties ranging from one year to twelve years imprisonment will be meted to all violators.