ELEVEN towns have new chief of police after a reshuffling was effected by the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office.
The new chiefs of police are P/ Lt. Col Joseph Fajardo (Calasiao), P/Lt. Col. Franklin Ortiz (Malasiqui), P/Capt. Rowel Albano (Mabini), P/Capt. Jervel Rillorta (Sta. Maria) P/Capt. Renato Gacad (San Nicolas) P/Capt. Antonio Cuaresma (San Quintin), P/Lt. Jul-Musa S. Saat (Mapandan), P/Major Wilmer Pagaduan (Tayug) P/Major Resty Ventenilla (Sison), and P/ Capt. Mark Ryan Taminaya (Laoac).
P/Maj. Abaya is new chief of the Police Community Affairs Development (PCADB).
PNP Provincial Director Redrico Maranan led the turnover of command ceremony at Camp Antonio Sison in Lingayen.
Maranan said the reshuffling was based on the existing Chief of Police Evaluation Rating (COPER) or the performance rating of each chief of police on a monthly basis or based on the operational accomplishment of implementing local ordinance, traffic ordinance and community engagement.
Some chief of police were relieved based on their performance ratings while some were due for transfer after completing tour of duty, Maranan said.
Meanwhile one hundred fifty (150) policemen from the different stations have been suspended and charged for various offenses from involvement in murder cases, indiscriminate firing, drinking in public places to lapses in procedural tactics in arresting suspects involved in illegal drugs.
He assured the provincial government that he will not tolerate violations of laws by a policeman and would not hesitate to file charges against any errant police officer that could lead to dismissal from the service.
Last week, 200 policemen completed their marksmanship training for Putok Kontra Krimen, Droga at Terorismo at the PPPO firing range so they can be expected to properly and responsibly use their service firearms in self defense when enforcing laws against armed crime suspects. (Nora Dominguez)
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