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PRO 6 sustains internal cleansing among cops

PRO 6 sustains internal cleansing among cops  

            As part of “Kontra Droga” campaign of Police Regional Office 6, Police Chief Superintendent Josephus Garrote Angan, Regional Director sustains its internal cleansing procedure among its men and women in ranks.

            This campaign is in line with the transformation program of the Philippine National Police in becoming a highly capable, effective and credible police force.

            The checking of personnel through conduct of various random drug tests is continuously done by the Regional Crime Laboratory Office (RCLO) 6 being in-charge in administering the procedure. If found positive, such person is subjected for internal disciplinary mechanism aside from his criminal liability he is bound to face.

            According to Angan “Even police officer is not excuse in using drugs while doing operational activities. He must face the consequences.” he stressed.

            The maximum penalty in administrative case for any police officer who might get involved and found positive in drugs is dismissal from the service. No one is excuse and exempted from the law.

            To note, this year, there are five (5) drug related cases which involves seven (7) PNP personnel who are now under summary hearing procedure.

            Out of this seven personnel, six (6) are Police Officer 1 and one (1) is with a rank of Police Officer 3. Two (2) of the cases came from Iloilo Province, One (1) from Capiz Province, one (1) from Antique and another case from Guimaras Province.

            All of the mentioned drug related cases is now for issuance of resolution.

            Further, based also on record, there were already two (2) drug cases resolved and meted with a penalty of dismissal from police service. The rank of these two police personnel involved were Police Officer 2 and Police Officer 3.

 

PINSP Shella Mae A. Sangrines, 11/18/2014 —

Groundbreaking of Angan’s priority project

            A groundbreaking ceremony was held today, November 17 to mark the beginning of Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan priority projects inside Camp Martin Teofilo B. Delgado, Iloilo City.

            The priority projects that will commence include the PRO6 Grandstand which is due for expansion and the Armory/Stockroom area for renovation.

            Through the Philippine National Police Trust Receipt Fund, the expansion of the granstand will have a budget amounting to P2,651,059.00 pesos for the purpose and is expected to be completed in a period of one hundred thirty (130) calendar days.  

            Granstand serves as the usual venue for several command activities and programs in Police Regional Office 6 like the traditional Monday Flag Raising and Flag Retreat ceremony.

            For the renovation of Armory/Stockroom area, the PNP has allocated the amount of P1, 315,810.00 pesos and is expected to complete in one hundred (100) calendar days period.

            Other projects of Police Chief Superintendent Angan includes the restoration and rehabilitation of different police facilities region wide that were destroyed by super typhoon Yolanda last year. The PNP organization has given PRO6 the total amount of P30, 811, 068.86 million pesos as project cost.

            All the mentioned projects are expected to be implemented within December of this year.

 

PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 11/18/2014 —

PRO6 all set for All Saint’s Day

PRO6 all set for All Saint’s Day

          Police Regional Office 6 is all set for the influx of people in all cemeteries and churches in the observance of All Saint’s Day and All Soul’s Day on November 1 and 2, 2014. 

            As part of the preparation, Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan, Regional Director of PRO6 has already directed the deployment of appropriate number of PNP personnel for road safety marshals in all established police assistance hubs.

            The Police Assistance Hubs will be placed along major highways, cemeteries, bus terminal, seaport, airport, tourist destination, malls, churches, resorts and other areas vulnerable to terrorist’s hostile activities where public can easily seek assistance in  cases of emergency.

            This is to preempt the possible occurrence of any criminal activities by the various threat groups in the region who will be possibly taking advantage of the situation to carry out their illegal activities.

            PNP personnel will be deployed in all areas of convergence to provide police presence and other police safety services. They will conduct random checkpoints in various areas of Western Visayas.

            Likewise, members of Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPAT’s) will be mobilized to augment the police force.                   

            Angan further stated that they will also undertake active security patrols in residential areas during the said occasion to prevent “break-ins” and “akyat-bahay” incidents.

            All Unit Commanders were directed to secure all vital installations, economic key points as well as places of convergence and ensure high state of operational readiness to deter criminal activities and thwart any hostile actions that maybe launched by terror groups. 

            The regions police force will be in full alert status starting October 30, 2014.

 

 

POI Reymar S. Gadian, 10/29/2014 —

PRO6 deploys 4,794 police pers for “Undas”

PRO6 deploys 4,794 police pers for “Undas"

            Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan, Regional Director of PRO6 has ordered the deployment of 4,794 PNP personnel in the whole of Western Visayas.

            PNP personnel will be deployed in all areas of convergence to provide police presence and other police safety services.

            The 4,794 total number of PNP personnel to be deployed will be distributed to two cities and six provinces. For Aklan-809, Antique-529, Capiz-691, Guimaras-155, Iloilo Province-1,034, Negros Occidental-897, Iloilo City- 334 and Bacolod City-339 PNP personnel.

            A total of 485 Police Assistance Hubs that will assist the populace will also be established in the entire region.

            In Aklan Province- 60 Police Assistance Hubs will be establish, Antique-58, Capiz-54, Guimaras-19, Iloilo-100, Negros Occidental-131 and Iloilo City-39.

            In addition, some police personnel will be deployed in different cemeteries, bus terminals, seaports, airports, major tourist destinations, malls and vital installations.

            Out of 335 cemeteries region wide, there will be a total of 1,774 police personnel to be deployed in different cities and provinces while for bus terminals areas, there will be around 161 personnel to be deployed.

            For seaports, airports and major tourist destinations a total of 345 policemen will be detailed to secure the occasion.

            The entire deployment will be augmented by around 2, 906 BPAT members as force multipliers.

             This is to preempt the possible occurrence of any criminal activities by the various threat groups in the region who will be possibly taking advantage of the situation to carry out their illegal activities.

 

Po1 Reymar S GadianPRO6 deploys 4,794 police pers for “Undas” Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan, Regional Director of PRO6 has ordered the deployment of 4,794 PNP personnel in the whole of Western Visayas. PNP personnel will be deployed in all areas of convergence to provide police presence and other police safety services. The 4,794 total number of PNP personnel to be deployed will be distributed to two cities and six provinces. For Aklan-809, Antique-529, Capiz-691, Guimaras-155, Iloilo Province-1,034, Negros Occidental-897, Iloilo City- 334 and Bacolod City-339 PNP personnel. A total of 485 Police Assistance Hubs that will assist the populace will also be established in the entire region. In Aklan Province- 60 Police Assistance Hubs will be establish, Antique-58, Capiz-54, Guimaras-19, Iloilo-100, Negros Occidental-131 and Iloilo City-39. In addition, some police personnel will be deployed in different cemeteries, bus terminals, seaports, airports, major tourist destinations, malls and vital installations. Out of 335 cemeteries region wide, there will be a total of 1,774 police personnel to be deployed in different cities and provinces while for bus terminals areas, there will be around 161 personnel to be deployed. For seaports, airports and major tourist destinations a total of 345 policemen will be detailed to secure the occasion. The entire deployment will be augmented by around 2, 906 BPAT members as force multipliers. This is to preempt the possible occurrence of any criminal activities by the various threat groups in the region who will be possibly taking advantage of the situation to carry out their illegal activities., 10/29/2014 —

Crime volume in WV weakens

Crime volume in WV weakens

            Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) has reduced its Total Crime Volume (TCV) through the implementation of various crime prevention and crime solution initiatives and best practices initiated by the policemen in region 6.

            Record shows that the region significantly reduced its total crime volume by 23.16% from 126, 297 incidents covering the period from January to September 2013 to 97, 043 incidents in the same period of the current year.

            As regards to Crime Solution Efficiency (CSE), Police Regional Office 6 had improved, from 9.99% to 15.59% in January to September 2013 to 25.58% in January to September of this year.

             Moreover, Crime Clearance Efficiency (CCE) has increased by 16.69% to 17.07% in January to September 2013 to 33.76% in January-September 2014.

            Such increase in the total crime volume and improvement of crime solution and clearance efficiencies can be attributed to the various flagship programs initiated by the region such as the implementation of Prevention, Response Operations and Strategy In Crime Suppression (PROSICS) which is the integration of all anti-crime strategies applicable in Western Visayas, the unrelenting  effort  in the accounting of  most wanted persons, implementation of warrant of arrest against wanted persons, conduct of police operations against loose firearms, illegal drugs, illegal gambling, carnapping and other illegal activities.

            Police Chief Superintendent Josephus G. Angan, Director of Police Regional Office 6 said, “Police Community Relations activities should contribute a lot in terms of crime fighting. Our focus should be in the reduction of crimes and increase in crime solution and clearance efficiency.”

 

 

PO1 Reymar S. Gadian, 10/13/2014 —