Police regional office 6 renders arrival honor during the visits of Hon. Ismael D. Sueno, Secretary of Department of the Interior and Local Government here in Iloilo City.

           The purpose of the schedule visit of Secretary Sueno is to attends the Regional Peace and Order Council meeting and also to joins a seminar for Killed in operations and wounded in police operation here in Iloilo City today (February 24, 2017).

           During his visits the secretary also take the opportunity to talk the men and women of PRO6 and awards medals to PRO6 personnel for their exemplary performance and devotion to duty which resulted for the successful conduct of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Boracay, Island, Malay, Akalan last February 13-22, 2017.

           Furthermore, he also thanks the PRO6 personnel for the honor given in welcoming him.

 

 

 

GILBERT T GORERO

Police Superintendent

Regional Public Information Office

For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

 

           Site Task Group (STG) Iloilo announces that effective March 3 to 20, 2017 all Permits to Carry Firearms Outside of Residence is suspended in Iloilo City.

           The suspension of the PTCFOR is in line with the scheduled ASEAN 2017 Meetings to be held in the city.  This meetings are; 22nd SOCA Meeting and 17th ASEAN Socio Cultural Community (ASCC) Council Meeting on March 6-9, 2017 and 3rd ASEAN-OECD Good Regulatory Practice Network (GRPN) Meeting on March 14-16, 2017.

        Only members of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Other Law Enforcement Agencies (OLEAs) who are performing official duties and in agency-prescribed uniform  are allowed to carry firearms.   This is part of the security preparations to ensure that the events/celebration would be free from firearm related incidents and for the safety of the foreign and local tourist and the populace.

            The suspension was approved by the Chief PNP, Police Director General Ronald de la Rosa on February 10, 2017 based on the Resolution No. 2017-012 requested by Sangguniang Panglungsod ng Iloilo City.

            STG Iloilo thru Police Chief Superintendent Jose Gentiles, STG Commander is appealing to the public and gun owners to cooperate for the safety and security of everyone.

 

GILBERT T GORERO

Police Superintendent

Chief, Regional Public Information Officer

For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

 

            Police Regional office 6 concludes the 2nd batch of Managing Police Operations Training (MPOT) this afternoon, February 7 at Camp Delgado.

            The MPOT aims to introduce basic training on Managing Police Operations (MPO) to all units of the Philippine National Police (PNP) particularly those assigned

            and designated as Chief of Police (COP), Deputy Chief of Police (DCOP) and Quad Staff (are those assigned at Intelligence, Operations,

            Investigations and Police Community Relations)  officers in the City and Municipal Police Stations (MPS)

            Every regional office is required by the National Headquarters to conduct six (6) classes per year within the duration of the 2-year program.

            The concluded training was composed of forty one (41) chief of police and members of Quad Staff of the different city and MPS all over Western Visayas.

            To note: the first batch of training was done last year and there are remaining 4 batches to be conducted by this PRO.

 

GILBERT T GORERO

            Police Superintendent

             Chief, Regional Public Information Officer

For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553

 

 

Police Regional Office 6 awards Medalya ng Papuri to deserving PNP personnel on the region during the Monday Flag Raising with Awarding Ceremony at Camp Delgado this morning, February 06.

            The awardees were, Police Superintendent Lindley Barrientos, Police Inspector Nonito Venteroso, SPO4 Allan Agorde and PO1 Mayen Igona members of Regional Investigation and Detective Management Division (RIDMD) and New Lucena Municipal Police Station for the successful implementation of Warrant of Arrest which resulted to the arrest of Noli Losbañes Y Fajardo on January 17, 2017 at Brgy. Poblacion, New Lucena, Iloilo for the crime of Murder.

           Same Medalya will also awarded to Police Senior Inspector Honey Mae Ruiz, SPO4 Reynaldo Macario and PO3 Michael Panique of Kalibo Police Station for the successful conduct of police operation which resulted to the arrest Alexander Gallego Jr alias “Brian”, Panaguitons Carla and Jed, Juller Talas, Faisah Rosales Pandita and Maria Mikhaila Mabulay for violations of RA 10022 (an Act Amending RA 8042 otherwise known as Migrant Worker, Their Families and Oversees Filipino in Distress and for other Purposes) and Section 4 of RA 9208 otherwise known as Anti Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 as amended by RA 10364 otherwise known as the “ Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2012 on January 19, 2017 at Kalibo International Airport , Kalibo, Aklan.

The award was given by Police Chief Superintendent Jose Gentiles, PRO6 Regional Director.

GILBERT T GORERO

Police Superintendent

Chief, Regional Public Information Officer

For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

 

Pictures taken during the Monday Flag Raising with Awarding Ceremony at Camp Delgado on February 06, 2017.

                                                                               (Photo by: SPO2 Orleans, ORD, PRO6)

 

           Five hundred twenty six (526) newly recruited Police Officer 1 take their oath at Camp Delgado this morning, February 01.

           Police Chief Superintendent Jose Gentiles, Regional Director of PRO6 administer their oath of office.

           Out of this 526, 399 are males and 127 are females.

        RD Gentiles in his speech welcomes the police neophytes in the PNP organization.  “After your oath taking, you should be mindful of your demeanor because you represents an organization that requires respect from everyone “Gentiles said.

The activity was witness by the family and love ones of the PO1s. (PO3 Sharon F Balitor)

 

GILBERT T GORERO

Police Superintendent

Chief, Regional Public Information Officer

For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

 

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