Openning Ceremony of Field Training Officers Course
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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).
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BROTHER’S KEEPER: PRO3 COPS LOOKING AFTER EACH OTHER
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PRO3 WITH AFP AND COMELEC HOLDS THE FIRST IN NATIONWIDE REGIONAL ELECTION SECURITY FORUM FOR 2018 BARANGAY AND SK ELECTIONS
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PRO3 HOSTS 2ND LEG OF JOINT TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP MEETING AGAINST MOTORCYCLE RIDING SUSPECTS
CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- The 2nd leg of the Joint Technical Working (TWG) Group meeting on Strategic Initiatives against Motorcycle Riding Suspects (MRS) was convened at Camp Julian Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga on May 18, 2018.
The Joint Technical Working Group is composed of Police Regional Office 3, National Capital Region Police Office and Police Regional Office 4A headed by PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR CORPUS, PRO4A Regional Director PCSUPT GUILLERMO ELEAZAR and NCRPO Regional Director PDIR CAMILO PANCRATIUS CASCOLAN.
The meeting aimed at seeking the need for more vigorous strategies on the operability, coordination, and initiative against Motorcycle Riding Suspects considering the proximity of the 3 regions and the prevalence of motorcycle riding suspects in their areas.
The three regional officers plan to issue a “unified sticker and color coding systems” for motorcycles as one strategy to rid their areas of motorcycle-riding criminals while both the PRO3 and PRO4A have their sticker system strategy being implemented through PRO3’s “Oplan Clean Riders Alpha” and PRO4’s “Oplan Checkmate”.
PCSUPT AMADOR CORPUS, RD, PRO3 bared that from January 1 to May 13 of this year, PRO3 has recorded 228 crime incidents perpetrated by motorcycle riding suspects, 42 of which are already solved.
“We all know that these MRS have already taken advantage of the high-speed mobility provided by motorcycles and have used these vehicles as instruments of crime and easy escape when pursued by policemen. It is high time that we put a stop to this notorious crime modus operandi where the suspects are armed and dangerous,” PCSUPT CORPUS added.