City PNP seeks pub­lic help on screen­ing new po­lice ap­pli­cants

Palawan News - - POLICE REPORT - By Gil­lian Faye Ibañez Re­porter

The Puerto Princesa City Po­lice Of­fice (PPCPO) has urged the pub­lic to vol­un­teer ad­di­tional back­ground in­for­ma­tion on some 28 ap­pli­cants to the po­lice force who are set take their oath this month.

“Nat­a­pos na ang pro­cess­ing sa kanila, nag-con­duct na rin ng back­ground in­ves­ti­ga­tion at wala na­mang naki­tang neg­a­tive sa kanila. Kaya lang baka [pa] may mag-pop up na in­for­ma­tion, ang hini­hingi lang namin [sa pub­liko] na kung sana ay puwede na mat­u­lun­gan kami, para ma-re­open ang back­ground in­ves­ti­ga­tion, ma­g­a­wan pa namin ng paraan. Para kung sakaling ma­p­atu­nayan na may­roon ta­laga silang mga neg­a­tive back­ground, kahit na Oc­to­ber 4 ang oath tak­ing nila, kahit nag-start na ang train­ing nila, puwede pa din silang matang­gal sa ser­bisyo, basta mabi­gyan lang tayo ng solid na ebiden­sya la­ban sa kanila,” Se­nior Supt. Ron­nie Fran­cis Cariaga, city po­lice di­rec­tor said on Mon­day.

Cariaga said the pub­lic ver­i­fi­ca­tion is part of the process be­fore the ap­pli­cants take fi­nally take their oath on Oc­to­ber 4 as po­lice pro­fes­sion­als with the rank of Po­lice Of­fi­cer 1 (PO1).

This so­lic­i­ta­tion of the cit­i­zens’ re­sponse is to make sure that all ap­pli­cants are “set apart, up­right cit­i­zens, and equipped to serve the pub­lic,” he said.

Mean­while, PO3 Ana­lyn Labrador said they will be un­der the PO1 rank for a year un­til they be­come per­ma­nent in their job as po­lice pro­fes­sion­als.

“Du­maan din sila sa FTP (Field Train­ing Pro­gram), du­maan sila ng agility, med­i­cal, neuro-psy­cho­log­i­cal and phys­i­cal [ex­ams]. PO1 [na] po [sila] ‘pag na-hire. PO1 na, pero in tem­po­rary sta­tus. Idadaan pa sila, parang one year pa sila na tem­po­rary, bago sila ma-per­ma­nent as PO1. [Pero] PO1 din sila [af­ter the oath tak­ing],” she said.

Cit­i­zens can share their knowl­edge on the in­volve­ment in any il­le­gal ac­tiv­i­ties, par­tic­u­larly il­le­gal drugs of any of the ap­pli­cants.

The pub­lic may call or text 0977-8557-732 and look for Chief Insp. Fred­die Tal­i­man to file their com­plaints.

They can also per­son­ally visit my of­fice to re­port, Cariaga said.

Be­low are the names of the 28 PPCPO po­lice ap­pli­cants: Male

Acha­coso, Mark Jospeh A. Adion, Mark An­thony P. Al­varado, Mark Ian V. Arzaga, Christo­pher Ryan M. Calolot, Rodolfo L. Dela Torre, Adolfo P. Fav­ila, Richard V. Galla, Jo­beth B. Hussien, Arafian S. Jag­mis, John Rey M. Lagrada, Ban­jie N. Iapone, Clif­ford John Q. Loja, Jeri­cho B. Mar­quez, Mark Joshua Z. Mon­dragon, Richard M. Nan­git, Em­man Fran­cis E. No­lasco, Ruben James L. Pala­cios, Leonardo D. Re­bu­gio, Mark Joseph I. So­ri­ano, Resty M. Ticar, Ron­ald D. Tra­dio, Ian Jayson L. Ven­turillo, Cyril E. Vuelba, Pa­trick E. Za­banal, Ra­mon A.

Fe­male

Catan­d­u­anes, Jenivie R. Eden­den Cather­ine A. Lad­ica, Ma. Criz­za­maine C.

The Puerto Princesa City Po­lice Of­fice (PPCPO), asks for the pub­lic feed­back on their 28 new po­lice ap­pli­cants. (Photo cour­tesy: PPCPO)

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