WV: Satisfied of police performance

WV: Satisfied of police performance

            The people in Region 6 are safe, trust and respect their police, the survey showed.

            In survey of the University of the Philippines – Visayas College of Management, the 7,350 respondents rated “Satisfied” the police performance.

            Dubbed as “Community Level of Satisfaction on the Performance of Police Regional Office 6 in terms  of Regional Safety, Respect and Trust,” the respondents from 147 cities and towns in the region  were asked as to their satisfaction of police performance in terms of their safety, trust and respect.

            Police Chief Superitendent Josephus Angan, director of Police Regional Office 6 said, “This [survey] is vital in gauging our law enforcement and other public safety services of our units as perceived by the people.”

            He also said the result of the survey will serve as basis on improving crime prevention and solution efforts of police units.

            “We consider the people as the ultimate beneficiaries of our services, and only them can tell us whether we do well or not,” Angan said.

            The survey also revealed the top three provincial offices with highest ‘Mean’ results.

            As regards to Safety Index, Iloilo Police Provincial Office with 3.75, Aklan Police Pr ovincial Police Office – 3.73, and Capiz Police Provincial Office – 3.67 have the highest ‘Mean.’

            IPPO, AkPPO and Antique PPO ranked in the top three in both the Trust and Respect Indices.

            The results of the survey were presented to the Provincial and City Directors, including all chiefs of police on Wednesday.

“We will ask UPV to conduct another survey before the year ends to see how we do with them,” Angan quipped.



PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 09/12/2014 —

Angan calls for a close monitoring of PRO6 cops

Angan calls for a close monitoring of PRO6 cops

 Police Chief Superintendent Josephus Garrote Angan, Director, Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) mandated all his Unit Commanders to closely monitor their personnel.

The order arises when the two (2) recent crimes involving several policemen happened.

PO2 Domino Alipio, a Police Officer assigned in Pangasinan went on rampage after his failure to collect some debts and eventually shot dead three teachers of Pangasinan National High School and his own collector whom he suspected of cheating him last September 1, 2014.

Also on that same date, an uploaded photograph went viral on social media in the alleged kidnapping and highway robbery in EDSA which involves nine (9) members of Quezon City Police District (QCPD) police personnel.

Thus, with such series of incidents, Angan ordered the members of his Command Group and all Unit Commanders to strictly watch their men by supervising the accounting of personnel and conduct of police operations.

Further, during the regular conduct of Police Information and Continuing Education (PICE) activities of every units and offices, every police officers shall be reminded to behave properly and accordingly at all times.

For unit commanders in the field, he emphasized the principle of the doctrine of Command Responsibility.

Likewise, he encouraged his men to understand deeply the NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular 2007-001 or the (Uniform Rules of Procedures before the Administrative Disciplinary Authorities and the Internal Affairs Service of the Philippine National Police) so as to be reminded of the penalties and sanctions if ever found violating any laws and regulations of the country.




Po1 Reymar S Gadian, 09/10/2014 —

LTOPF processing update

LTOPF processing update

There will be no FEO Caravan for License to Own and Possess Firearm (LTOPF) and Permit to Carry Firearm outside Residence (PTCFOR) starting August 11, 2014 at Police Regional Office 6.

Police Chief Superintendent Josephus Garrote Angan, Regional Director of PRO6 organized the LTOPF Assistance Center located at PRO6 Multi-Purpose Hall, Camp Martin Teofilo B. Delgado, Iloilo City that to cater the following: Nuero-Psychiatric Test, Drug Test, Biometrics and Directorate for Intelligence (DI) Clearance application from July 21, 2014 to August 25, 2014.       

However, from August 25, 2014 onwards these services will return to their respective offices inside PRO6. Meanwhile, the PNP Provincial Crime Laboratory offices in Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Iloilo Province and Negros Occidental will cater drug test and biometrics.

Today, (August 12, 2014) PRO6 started to issue the LTOPF transaction slip to applicant gun holder.


PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 08/12/2014 —

PRO6 celebrates 113th Police Service Anniversary

PRO6 celebrates 113th Police Service Anniversary 

Police Regional Office 6 celebrates the 113th Police Service Anniversary with the theme: “Pulisya Kaagapay ng Mamamayan para sa Patuloy na Kapayapaan at Kaunlaran”, today (August 11, 2014) during the Monday Flag Raising Ceremony coupled with the awarding of the best performing personnel and  field partners of the Philippine National Police  at PRO6 Parade Ground.

Moreover, recognition for the Most Supportive LGU was given to Iloilo City, San Carlos City, Iloilo Province, and Municipality of Pavia. Boracay Action Group received the award for the Most Supportive NGO and Brgy. Lawa-an, Roxas, Capiz was awarded as Best Urban BPAT. Achievement Award for the Field of Administration (Senior  PCO) was given to PSSUPT Ruperto T. Floro, Jr.; Achievement Award for the Field of Operation (Senior  PCO) was awarded to PSSUPT Cornelio R. Salinas; PCINSP Richard Adonis J Habawel got the Achievement Award for the Field of Intelligence (Junior  PCO); Achievement Award for the Field of operation (Junior PCO) was awarded to PINSP John Ryan C. Doceo; Achievement Award for the Field of Intelligence (PNCO)  was given to SPO3 Randy M. Moneva; Achievement Award for the Field of Operation (PNCO) was given to PO3 Ronan N. Palmos; PSUPT Graciano D. Zapanta received the Individual Special Award as Summary Hearing Officer while NUP Lezerie C. Gimeno received the Award in the Field of General Support.

Meanwhile, the Achievement Award on the Arrest of Most Wanted Persons in the City and Municipal Police Station Level were given to Iloilo City Police Office, Passi City Police Station, Oton Municipal Police Station, Victorias City Police Station and Iloilo City Police Station 3. Recognition for the Unit with Most Number of Firearms Accounted both City and Municipal Police Station Level was awarded to Iloilo Police Provincial Office, Roxas City Police Station and Pulupandan Municipal Police Station. Pontevedra Municipal Police Station got the Achievement Unit Award for the Solution of Sensational Crime Cases while Regional Finance Service Office 6 was adjudged as the Best National Support Unit.

Certificates and Cash Prizes were awarded to the winners of PRO6 On-the-Spot Poster Making Contest wherein, Ewemiz C. Insigne of SPED-Integrated School for Exceptional Children got the 3rd place; Second place goes to Kaiza Marie H. Otero of Sto. Domingo Elementary School; Izabelle O. Deloviar of Baluarte Elementary School bagged the 1st place award and the champion was Val Joseph H. Valencia of Ticud Elementary School.

Governor Tanco salutes to the exemplary services rendered by the men and women of Police Regional Office 6 by sacrificing their own safety for the benefit of the public. He further added, that indeed police service is synonymous to public service.



PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 08/11/2014 —

PRO6 opens seminar on Cybercrime Investigation


PRO6 opens seminar on Cybercrime Investigation

              In order to equip the police investigators on the nature of cybercrime and how to investigate such crime with the use of new technology and procedures, Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) conducted a 10-day seminar-workshop to police investigators at Camp Martin Teofilo B. Delgado, Iloilo City today, August 26, 2014.    

             “This seminar is conducted in line with the learning and growth roadmap of PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 and purposely, to give our police investigators a clear picture of the nature of cybercrimes and how to investigate such crimes using the new technology and procedures. After taking this seminar, investigators will understand the basic of cybercrimes and effective ways to investigate it”, said Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan, Director of PRO6.

            Participants of this seminar are police investigators from different police stations of the region. Said seminar will focus on cybercrime law and how it is perpetrated, detected, and ultimately filed in court.

            To note, last July, forty-two (42) Taiwanese and Chinese nationals were arrested for cyber fraud in the district of Mandurriao, Iloilo City for violation ofRepublic Act 8484 or the Access Device Act of 1998 through and with the use of Information Communication Technology and Republic Act 10175 also known as Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 wherein the suspects used the internet would call and introduce themselves as members of the police, prosecutors or judges. The suspects would then tell the victims that their bank accounts have been discovered to be involved in money laundering and other terrorist funding activities then offer their victims a way out, that is by transferring their money to a safe account that the suspects would provide.

            Four women were also arrested by Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG6) in the district of Lapuz, Iloilo City including a 16-years old minor who is allegedly posing nude and performing sexual acts in front of the computer.


PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 08/26/2014 —