Peace and order officers in San Fernando recognized
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO— The City Government of San Fernando headed by Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago recognized the efforts and dedication of the traffic enforcers and city marshals during the “Rank Inspection and Personnel Information and Education” held over the weekend at the Heroes Hall Grounds.
The monthly activity was made possible through the initiatives of the Public Order and Safety Coordinating Office (POSCO) and Traffic Management Division (TMD) in order to thoroughly achieve the city’s agenda “Kapayapaan at Kaayusan ay Makakamtan sa Nagkakaisa at Disiplinadong Mamamayan.”
Just before the sun rises, peace and order officers listened to the POSCO Deputy Coordinator Raymond Del Rosario as he discussed the important policy directions, instructions and guidelines in their job, followed by the general inspection in their appearance including the proper haircut, and wearing of uniform and ID.
During his speech, Santiago expressed his gratitude to them for always putting their best in the public service and for ensuring the safety of the Fernandinos, which contributed to the development of the capital city.
“As a peace and order officer, you should have discipline, dedication and respect for others. I congratulate you for your quality service to Fernandinos,” he said.
Meanwhile, Santiago led the awarding of the traffic enforcers, public order enforcers, and best motorcycle enforcer of the month.
The awardees for the traffic enforcers of the month were Eric Michael Dela Cruz (January) and Allan Bacolcol (February); Arnold Francisco (January) and Arturo Asuncion (February) the public enforcers of the month; and Joey Tolentino (January) and Marvin Grefal (February) as the best motorcycle patrol enforcers.— CSF-CIO
BEST PEACE AND ORDER MARSHALS. Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa’Santiago and Councilor Ruping Dumlao joins traffic enforcers and city marshals during the “Rank Inspection and Personnel Information and Education” held over the weekend at the Heroes Hall Grounds.—