TARLAC PPO ARRESTED THE PNP’S MOST WANTED KIDNAPPER
PNP Public Information Office Published on Thursday, 20 September 2012 13:27
Elements of Moncada Police Station, led by Police Chief Inspector Augusto P. Pasamonte, through the supervision of Tarlac Police Provincial Office Director Senior Superintendent Alfred S. Corpus, arrested one of the PNP Most Wanted Kidnappers, Joel Tapec, the leader of the notorious Dose Pares Group involved in robbery hold-up and kidnapping operating in the cities of Pasig, Makati, Quezon province and Rizal.
Tapec was arrested in Barangay Poblacion 4, Moncada, Tarlac on last Tuesday, September 18 at about 2 o’clock in the afternoon with the help of a concerned citizen from the same municipality.
A monetary reward amounting Two Hundred Seventy Five Thousand Pesos (Php 275,000.00) was offered by the PNP for information leading to the arrest of the suspect who is ranked no. 3 in the list of the Ten Most Wanted Persons of Eastern Police District.
Since the assumption of the Chief PNP Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome, the Accounting of Wanted Persons and Service of Warrants was directed under his command as part of his ten point agenda under a reform-oriented organization.
POLICE HOLDS 2ND CRAME AWARDS NIGHT
PNP Public Information Office Published on Friday, 14 September 2012 16:06
Highlighting police best practices, the Philippine National will hold the 2nd PNP Film Festival Awards (Crame Awards) Night on September 12, 2012 at the AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.
The Crame Awards night will be graced by PNP Chief Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome together with the PNP Command Group, Directorial Staff and other PNP Officials to express their support for the success of the said undertaking which was first launched last March 2010.
The PNP Film Festival is a joint undertaking of the PNP Directorate for Police Community Relations (DPCR) in cooperation with A4 Telemedia and Marketing Services Inc.
“In line with the PNP’s thrusts to strengthen police-community partnership under the PNP PATROL Plan 2030, this activity will be a great avenue for the public, especially the youth, to recognize and be aware of the life of ordinary policemen as they perform daily police operations, duties and responsibilities.” PDG Bartolome said as the PNP gives importance to arts that fosters patriotism and nationalism that will accelerate social progress and promote total liberation and development among the police and community.
PNP PAID P8.99-M REWARD TO 41 TIPSTERS IN 2012
PNP Public Information Office Published on Thursday, 20 September 2012 13:24
Philippine National Police has awarded a total of P8.99-million cash reward this year to confidential informants who provided vital information that led to the neutralization of 46 Top Most Wanted Persons listed in the PNP rogue’s gallery of suspects wanted by the law for heinous criminal offenses.
In a report to PNP Chief, Director General Nicanor A Bartolome, Police Director Ager P Ontog, PNP Director for Intelligence said seven confidential informants were the latest to be awarded P4.250-million reward for sharing information with police that led to the neutralization of seven Top Most Wanted men in Western Mindanao and Luzon.
According to Ontog, the seven wanted suspects were in involved in separate criminal actions of extremist forces in Mindanao, while the others were affiliated with the communist underground movement.
The three of these seven Top Most Wanted men were slain in armed engagements with government security forces while the rest were capture and taken into custody to stand trial.
"HIT HARD ON CRIMINALS AND PROTECT THE PEOPLE," BARTOLOME TELLS ESPINA
PNP Public Information Office Published on Monday, 10 September 2012 09:20
PNP Chief, "Pulis Nyo Po", Director General Nicanor A Bartolome has mobilized the entire 17,000-strong police force in Metro Manila to cover every square inch of the 21 identified crime prone areas in the metropolis.
The PNP Chief issued these instructions as he formally installed CSupt Leonardo A Espina as Regional Director of NCRPO.
"Hit hard on criminals and protect the people," Bartolome told Espina.
Echoing the orders of President Aquino for increased police visibility and preventive patrol operations, Bartolome instructed Espina to maximize the deployment of NCRPO resources and personnel in every nook and cranny of Metro Manila.
Among other marching orders to the new NCRPO Chief, Bartolome also wants all pending administrative cases involving NCRPO personnel resolved within the next 30 days.
Acknowledging the effectiveness of the anti-crime strategy implemented by erstwhile NCRPO Chief, Director Alan Purisima, Bartolome told Espina to complement and innovate these existing anti-crime programs with new strategic and operational directions in crime prevention and control, with greater emphasis on community mobilization, proactive intelligence, neutralization of wanted persons and interdiction operations against organizedcrime groups. (PNP-PIO)