Caloocan cops re­placed

Tempo - - News - (Kate Louise B. Javier)

The Na­tional Cap­i­tal Re­gion Po­lice Of­fice (NCRPO) Re­gional Di­rec­tor Os­car Al­bay­alde re­minded newly as­signed Caloocan cops to ob­serve dis­ci­pline dur­ing the re­lieve-in-place cer­e­mony at the North­ern Po­lice District (NPD) head­quar­ter yes­ter­day.

Around 1,000 po­lice­men from the Re­gional Pub­lic Safety Bat­tal­ion (RPSB), who re­placed the re­lieved Caloocan cops, at­tended the cer­e­mony.

“May as­sump­tion dito na la­hat kayo (po­lice­men from RPSB) matitino. Wala da­pat sasabit sa inyo,” Al­bay­alde told the cops.

The NCRPO re­gional di­rec­tor en­cour­aged the po­lice­men not to tol­er­ate any wrong­do­ings of their fel­low cops, adding that su­per­vi­sion is re­ally im­por­tant.

“Ka­pag may gi­nawang hindi tama ang kasama­han, isum­bong na agad. We have to put re­spon­si­bil­ity es­pe­cially to the im­me­di­ate su­per­vi­sors,” Al­bay­alde ex­plained.

Se­nior Supt. Je­mar Mod­e­qui­llo, Caloocan po­lice chief, said the new Caloocan cops will be as­signed to dif­fer­ent PCPs or at the Caloocan po­lice head­quater.

Al­bay­alde also said that all cops must give fo­cus on the mis­sion and vi­sion of the Philip­pine Na­tional Po­lice (PNP).

“Para da­pat tay­ong bas­ket­ball team, all po­lice­men should fo­cus in the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s mis­sion and vi­sion,” Al­bay­alde added.

Mean­while, Caloocan cops who will un­dergo re­train­ing at the Camp Crame also at­tended the event.

Al­bay­alde ex­plained to them that the whole force of Caloocan po­lice was re­lieved be­cause the PNP “works as a unit.”

“We work as a unit. Be­ing a po­lice is not a job, it is a form of sac­ri­fice and ser­vice,” Al­bay­alde said.

The re­lieved Caloocan po­lice­men will un­dergo re­train­ing for at least 30 days be­fore they will be re­as­signed.

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