CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- Police Regional Office 3 is now starting its recruitment process to fill the 200 available slots for new batch of police recruits in the region.
PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS, RD, PRO3 said that the available slots for the region should be filled up tentatively by September this year, according to the guidelines issued by the National Police Commission.
Applicants will undergo the Physical Agility Test, Neuro-Psychological Examination, General Physical and Dental Examination as well as Drug Test to be administered by the PNP for the purpose of determining physical and mental health.
The following are the general qualification for appointment in the police service:
• A citizen of the Philippines;
• A person of good moral character;
• Must possess a formal baccalaureate degree from a recognized institution of learning;
• Must be eligible in accordance with the standards set by NAPOLCOM;
• Must have not been dishonorably discharged from military employment or dismissed for cause from any civilian position in the government;
• Must have not been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude;
• Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters (1.62 m.) in height for male and one meter and fifty-seven centimeters (1.57 m.) for female;
• Must not weigh not more or less five kilograms (5 kgs.) than the standard weight corresponding to his or her height, age, and sex; and
• Must not be less than twenty-one (21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age upon take oath.
Except for the last qualification, the above-enumerated qualifications shall be continuing in character and an absence of any one of them at any given time shall be a ground for separation or retirement from the service: Provided, that PNP members who are already in the service upon the effectively of RA 8551 shall be given at least two (2) years to obtain the minimum education qualification and one (1) year to satisfy the weight requirement.
• Civil Service Professional (CSP)
• PO1 Entrance Exam (NAPOLCOM & CSC)
• RA 1080 (Board Passer, Med Doctor, Engineering, Teacher etc...)
• RA 6506 (Criminologist)
Online applications are now on- going and qualified applicants will be later on screened by the Recruitment, Promotion and Attestation Section of PRO3.
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- The top 3 and 10 target drug personalities of Sasmuan, Pampanga and another person were arrested during separate anti-illegal drugs operations conducted by police authorities in Pampanga yesterday (June 5).
Around 8:45 p.m., operatives of Sasmuan Municipal Police Station conducted buy-bust operation in Dalan Baba, Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Sasmuan, Pampanga which resulted in the arrest of three (3) suspects identified as Kenneth DALAY y Tamayo, 25 years old, single, construction worker, ranked no. 3 on the top 10 drug personalities of Sasmuan MPS, Billy LIMPIN y Torrea, 26 years old, single, tricycle driver, ranked no. 10 drug personality and Archie LIMPIN y Umlas a.k.a. Bang, 38 years old, single, tricycle driver, all residents of Brgy. San Nicolas 1st, Sasmuan, Pampanga.
Confiscated from the trio’s possession were seven (7) medium heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu and marked money.
Cases for violation of Sections 5 and 11 of RA 9165 were being filed against the arrested suspects.
PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said that more accomplishments on illegal drugs are guaranteed to be achieved as the campaign on illegal drugs is relentlessly being carried out.
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- A man suspected of peddling ecstasy capsules to partygoers was arrested during a drug bust in Angeles City, early dawn today (June 5).
Joint operatives of Angeles City Police Drug Enforcement Unit and Angeles City Intelligence Branch conducted buy-bust operation at No. 4111-A Carlota De Leon, Brgy. Sta. Teresita, Angeles City which resulted in the arrest of Anthony FERRERAS y Samonte, 24 years old, single, jobless and resident of said place.
Confiscated from FERRERAS were: one (1) plastic container containing nine (9) pieces (4 red colored and 5 brown colored) tablets suspected to be ecstacy, one (1) zip lock plastic sachet containing two (2) pieces red and white colored tablet suspected to be ecstacy with an estimated street value of Php16,500.00 and Php.3,000.00 marked money.
Charges for violation of Section 5 and 11 of RA 9165 are already being filed against the suspect.
“We continue to conduct surveillance and monitoring against our watchlisted and targetlisted illegal drug personalities and even those suspected of engaging in illegal drugs activities and we will not stop until we put them in jail,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said.
CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- Due to the tight implementation of “Ligtas Balik -Eskwela 2018” carried out by Police Regional Office 3, no single crime incident was reported victimizing students as the first day of classes opened, yesterday June 4 within the region.
PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said that the “zero- crime incident” can be attributed to the diligent efforts of our PNP personnel to ensure the safety and security of the students especially among the school vicinities.
“We have deployed almost two thousand personnel for the opening of classes and I commend them for their assiduousness in performing their duties, indeed, it paid off with no single incident happened. I would also thank the public for their cooperation and support to us,” PCSUPT CORPUS said.
“Relatedly, our Police Assistance Desks and Motorists Assistance Centers are still in place until June 13 in convergence points particularly in bus terminals, airport, seaports and recreational areas including highways, main thoroughfares and crime prone areas to ensure maximum police presence,” he added.
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS bared that one hundred and one (101) persons sought by law were arrested during a week-long (May 25-31) manhunt operations conducted by Central Luzon cops.
Twenty-four (24) persons sought by law in Tarlac were arrested by police authorities by virtue of Warrants of Arrest identified as: Bienvenido ANTONIO y Panlican, Adrian MADRIAGA y Guarin, Nancy LACTAOTAO y Ramos, Rolando LACTAOTAO y Pablo and Cleody CUARESMA y Pascua, all residents of Gerona; Jerry GARCIA y Reyes, Arman MALLARI y Diaz, Orly REYES y De Leon, Rom Riki CURA y Zuniga, Roderick SALVADOR y Mesina and Jhay UY a.k.a. Jehovah Jireh UY y Marchito, all residents of Tarlac City; Severino BALIGNASAY y Aquino and Mark Anthony MARTINEZ y Santos, both of Moncada; Danilo BALTAZAR y Andres and Alfredo GAMIT, both of San Jose; Jesus APOLONIO y Gagarin of Victoria; Edwin JAPITANA y Escoto and Romel DAQUIZ y Macali, both of Capas; Eduardo GARCIA JR y Yumang of Bamban; Val PONCE y Pangan of Concepcion; Ricardo BARTOLO y Velasco and Rochelle DELA CRUZ y Marcolino, both of Paniqui; Edwin SARIO y Inukando and Angelo CARCHA y Gulimlim, both of San Manuel.
Similarly, twenty-two (22) wanted persons were arrested by Bulacan police identified as Marites DELMO y Gersaniva, Ruscel SAN JUAN y Dela and Richard MARCELO y Palisoc, all of City of San Jose Del Monte; Roberto CELSO JR y Arandila of Malolos City; Joven MANGULABNAN y De Guzman, Rolando LERON y Miralles and Emilio PANGANIBAN y Sañosa, all of Sta. Maria; Leo H. ENRIQUEZ of Bulakan; Jose MENDOZA y Espiritu of Pulilan; Mar CASTRO y Antimado of Baliuag; Aurelio CUEVO y Corpuz, Ricky MONTAOS y Cansino, Mark Anthony MONTAOS y Edanio and Alfie TERMULO y Manalo, all of Meycauayan City; Archie TOBIAS y Macapagal, Richie ALCANTARA y Sanchez and Fortunato DE CASTRO y Dela Cruz, all of San Ildefonso; Edward BURGOS of Obando; Cristina DE GUZMAN and Jowen MANGULABNAN y De Guzman, both of Bocaue; Ronie ROSINO y Heribit of Pandi; and, Danilo NERVAL y Flores of Diliman, Quezon City.
In Nueva Ecija, police authorities arrested fifteen (15) outlaws identified as Romeo AGUILAR y Celso, Roman RAMOS y Soriano and Joey AGUINALDO y Lopez, all of Cabanatuan City; Jericho PERALTA y Pascua, Maria Eden BANGOT and Rodolfo ALAWANG y Agliam, all of San Jose City; Marcial GANTE of Carranglan; Noel MIRANDA y Valiente of Rizal; Fernando AGUILAR y Dela Paz and Jeffrey AGTANI y Domingo, both of Aliaga; Candice TORRES y Cusilet of Science City of Muñoz; Jennifer PADOLINA y Bautista of Gen. Tinio; Wifredo CARIÑO y Sigawat of Palayan City; Ruben HIDALGO y Antonio of West Fairview, Quezon City; and, Cornelio MERMILO y Basco of Umingan, Pangasinan.
Meanwhile, thirteen (13) persons with Warrants of Arrest were arrested in Pampanga namely: Jesus PAMINTUAN y David a.k.a. Tibong of Sto. Tomas; Wilma PINEDA y Jose and Revelyn TONGOL y Bengco, both of Porac; Jayson SANTIAGO y Santisidad, Harold GARCIA y Manlapaz, Art Joseph CANLAS y Garcia a.k.a. Tepyo and Japanese national Kenjie SEKIYA, all of Mabalacat City; Roldan CAYABYAB y Baking of Bacolor; Carl GALLARDO y Saldoa of Apalit; Jay-R MUSNI y Tongol and Irene MACAPAGAL y Salenga, both of City of San Fernando; Jenny DE TAÑEDO y Veloria of Candaba; and, Sherill ORTEGO Fortes of Silang, Cavite.
Also arrested by Zambales police operatives were eight (8) wanted persons identified as Leopoldo F. FRANCO of Cabangan; Joy DAYAO y Valao of Masinloc; Dyone Ryx BESARRA y Ladrillo and Obed TIONG y Bautista, both of Castillejos; Ferdinand VALDEZ y Camacho and Mark Joseph SOBRENILLA y Tanamal, both of Subic; Dante DOLANDOLAN y Florita of Sta. Cruz; and, John CALUSIN y Canonizado of San Antonio.
Seven (7) wanted persons in Bataan were arrested by police operatives namely: Edward MENDOZA y Angeles of Orani; Shiela Mariz TORSERA y Dagohoy and Robert TANGENTE y Tabale, both of Pilar; Mery May JALOVA y Nacion and Alex ABELLAR y Flerio, both of Mariveles; Evangeline BALUYOT y Villegas of Dinalupihan; and, Aira SANTOS y Salaya of Abucay.
Four (4) outlaws were arrested by Angeles City cops identified as Jerome MESINA of Cutud; Erwin DIZON of Trinidad; Edgar MAHINAY y Pasionela of Porac, Pampanga; and, William VIRAY y Andal of San Simon, Pampanga.
Aurora police also arrested four (4) persons sought by law, to wit: Delfin DIMANDANTE of Dingalan; Grace ANDRADA of Dipaculao; Gerald ALFORTE y Turzar and Pracio COLLARDO y Aguilar, both residents of Casiguran.
Likewise, Olongapo police arrested four (4) persons with standing warrants of arrest namely: Rogelio VALERIO y Caringal of Mabayuan; John Paul ARCA y Estrada, Ariel MORA y Andrade and Amy MORA y Falcutila, all residents of Gordon Heights.
All wanted persons were arrested by virtue of Warrant of Arrest for different crimes and law violations which includes Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Theft, Direct Assault, Physical Injury, Estafa, Acts of Lasciviousness, Concubinage, Adultery, Libel, Violation of RA 9165, RA 10883, RA 7610, RA 9262, RA 4136, RA 9442 and BP 22.
"We will continue to go after these criminals and we are committed to put them in jail,” PCSUPT AMADOR CORPUS said.
CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Two (2) brand new Toyota Innova from the PNP Directorate for Logistics were received by Police Regional Office 3 in line with the PNP’s Capability Enhancement.
The Blessing and Turn-Over Ceremony of said automobiles was held at the PRO3 Parade Ground, Camp Olivas, City San Fernando, earlier this morning (September 7) wherein Angeles City Police Office headed by its City Director PSSUPT ENRICO VARGAS is the recipient.
PRO3 Regional Director PRO3 AMADOR V CORPUS said that the procurement of these vehicles is very timely since several proactive anti- criminality campaigns of PRO3 have been intensified and round the clock conduct of anti-criminality checkpoints and mobile patrolling are sternly carried out.
“With this additional mobility, more positive accomplishments will be achieved in the coming days and the public can expect the PNP-PRO3 especially Angeles City Police Office to respond better to incidents,” PCSUPT CORPUS further stated.
921 NEWLY PROMOTED CENTRAL LUZON POLICE TAKE OATH
CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- -- 921newly-promoted PNP personnel of Police Regional Office 3, 50 of whom are Police Commissioned Officers and 871 are police non-commissioned officers took their oath at the PANA Hall, Camp Julian Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga earlier this morning (Aug 20).
The oath-taking and mass pinning of the newly promoted Police Commissioned Officers and Police Non-Commissioned Officers was administered by PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR CORPUS and was witnessed and participated in by the families and relatives of the promotees.
“Your promotion signifies not only the recognition of your excellent service to the PNP but more importantly, the bigger responsibilities that you have to hold in order to help attain our mission. Huwag kayong makontento sa inyong promotion. I want you to keep going, strive harder, and embrace the challenges at stake ahead of you towards the fulfillment of your dreams. Do not cling to corruption, do not engage in illegal activities. Maglingkod kayo ng tapat at taos-puso sa sambayanang Pilipino,” PCSUPT CORPUS said in his message.