"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)
POLICE RESCUE KIDNAPPED AMERICAN BOY IN PAMPANGA
PNP Public Information Office Published on Friday, 17 August 2012 00:00
PNP Chief, Director General Nicanor A Bartolome ordered the police units to hit hard on known organized syndicated crime groups engaged in kidnapping and other forms of heinous crime activity.
Bartolome issued these instructions to SSupt, Renato Gumban, Officer-in-Charge of the newly re-organized Anti-Kidnapping Group moments after the safe rescue of a kidnapped 2-year old American boy and the arrest of two suspected kidnappers in Mabalacat, Pampanga on Friday morning.In his report to the Chief PNP, Gumban said the 2-year old son of US citizen Jayvee Woo was rescued unharmed from his kidnappers on Friday morning near the San Lorenzo Church in Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga.
PNP Welcomes appointment of Sec. Mar Roxas to DILG
PNP Public Information Office Published on Friday, 31 August 2012 00:00
DIRECTOR GENERAL NICANOR A BARTOLOME
Chief, Philippine National Police
August 31, 2013
The Philippine National Police welcomes with great enthusiasm the appointment by President Aquino of Secretary Manuel “Mar” A. Roxas as the new Secretary of the Department of the Interior and Local Government.
With a sterling track record in the government service, Secretary Roxas brings with him a wealth of executive experience and professional competence to administer and manage the operations of the bureaus and attached agencies under the DILG, including the PNP.In the concurrent capacity as Chairman of the National Police Commission, Secretary Roxas is in the best position to continue the reforms initiated by the late Secretary Jesse M. Robredo to promote a new culture of good governance, transparency, public accountability and people empowerment in the Philippine National Police.
VALMORIA NAMED CARAGA REGIONAL DIRECTOR
PNP Public Information Office Published on Monday, 13 August 2012 00:00
PNP Chief, “Police Nyo Po” Director General Nicanor A Bartolome, echoed anew the guidance and instructions of President Aquino on the anti illegal-logging campaign as he officially designated a new Police Regional Director for the Caraga Region.
“Heads will roll if logs will continue to roll,” Bartolome reiterated President Aquino’s warning.Bartolome earlier relieved the former Regional Director for Caraga, including the Provincial Director of Agusan del Sur and six town Chiefs of Police over alleged unabated illegal logging activities in the region.