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Boracay, Philippines, April 23, 2018 – As the Boracay Island closure nears, Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, Regional Director, Police Regional Office 6, displaysreadiness of his troops to the members of the media. “Everything is all set” Binag claims pointing to his personnel already deployed during the media walkthrough.
The walkthrough was organized in order for the members of the media to be oriented of the systems, procedures and protocols in the implementation of the guidelines for the closure. After the briefing at the Caticlan Jetty Port, they were toured to the outer and innerborder control points outside and inside the island to see the actual deployment of personnel. During the closure, PRO6 in coordination with the other law enforcement agencies will implement the one entry, one exit point, no ID no entryand other pertinent laws to ensure a peaceful, orderly and fast rehabilitation and delivery of social services in the island. “We have everything covered and we are ready” Binag added, citing the deployment of their resources that completes the security, peace and order and anti-criminality components. 
With the 630-strong police forcealready in place headed by Police Senior Superintendent Jesus D Cambay Jr, Metro Boracay Police Task Force (MBPTF) Site Task Group Commander, Binag confidently reassured that they are ready for any eventuality. Binag also assures the public that the presence of the PNP and other Law Enforcement Agencies is a symbol of reassurance to all stakeholders that they are safe here. On crime situation, records show that the crime environment of Boracay has immensely improved during the first quarter along with the deployment of MBPTF. Even after the announcement of the closure on April 4, 2018, the eight focus crimes decreased week in and week out.
PRO6 hopes for cooperation and enjoins the public to support the authorities on the implementation of the smooth, orderly and peaceful closure to rehabilitate Boracay Island the soonest. 

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COMELEC-PNP-AFP holds its first coordinating conference to activate the Regional Joint Security Control Center to ensure a secure and fair Barangay and SK Election 2018. In attendance to the meeting was Atty. Dennis L Ausan, Regional Election Director, COMELEC Region 6, BGen. Francisco V Delfin, Assistant Division Commander, 3ID and PCSUPT Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, Regional Director Police Regional Office 6 together with ASEC Manuel B Felix of DILG.
Part the program was the signing of the Joint SOP on Security Deployment for BSKE 2018 and the activation of the PRO6 Regional Election Monitoring Action Center (REMAC) to monitor and synchronize the activities of the different tasked units under PRO6 IMPLAN to Secure and Fair Election (SAFE) 2018.
The joint committee appeals to the public to cooperate to the activities relative to the upcoming election especially in the implementation of gun ban starting April 14 to May 21, 2018 and the massive conduct of COMELEC checkpoints in order for them to deliver a secure and fair election. 

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Police Regional Office 6 is in support to the C, PNP stands slamming barangay officials who continue to violate the law mandating the formation of Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Councils (BADAC) in their localities.
BADAC plays important role in addressing drug problem in the community because of their influence to the residents. In fact, under Barangay Drug Clearing process, formation and operationalization is a must.
Therefore, it is mandatory that all barangays are require to appropriate a portion of their annual budget for the BADAC, otherwise there are ground for a possible Administrative case of Dereliction of Duty in pursuant to Section 60 of Local Government Code.
Furthermore, PRO6 strongly support the awareness drive to reject re-electionist barangay officials who are uncooperative to the National Campaign on Illegal Drugs through Project Double Barrel Reloaded. Although in WV formation of BADAC is not an issue yet we will monitor its functionality and regularity in submission of reports (list of suspected drug personalities).


Police Regional Office 6 awards medal to deserving personnel during traditional Monday flag raising ceremony in celebration of Women’s Month at Camp Gen Martin T Delgado, Iloilo City March 26, 2018.
Medalya ng Kagalingan were awarded to personnel of Sipalay City Police Station during their exemplary performance in serving warrant of arrest of the suspect Emerson Antipaso Jr Sipalay's Most Wanted Person for the crime of murder which resulted to shooting incident that resulted to the wounded of two (2) police officer last March 15, 2018 at Sitio Indingawan, Barangay Manlocahoc, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental.
Same awards were also awarded to members of Provincial Drug Enforcement Unit and San Enrique Municipal Police Station of Negros Provincial Police Office for having a successful implementation of Warrant of Arrest for Violation of RA 9165 last February 9, 2018 at La Carlota City, Negros Occidental that resulted to recovery of plastic sachet of shabu weighting 32.60 grams with DDB value of Php 489, 000.00 pesos and other drug paraphernalia.
Meanwhile, Medalya ng Kasanayan were given to members of Regional Logistics and Research Development Division for their exemplary dedication to duty for being one of the PNP's core players in providing logistics support to the different police office of PRO6. 
Furthermore, PO2 Neilsfe A Diosana and PO2 Edzel Edlang were also given same recognition for graduating number one (1) in their specialized training in Criminal Investigation last January 18, 2018.
With this worthy achievement of personnel simply shows PRO6 with its Strategic Direction: We Perform as We Transform visualizes its Performance Governance System for its Institutionalization. (PO2 Shella C Gigabalen, RPIO/PRO6)


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Police Regional Office 6 Regional Director Police Chief Superintendent CESAR HAWTHORNE R BINAG approve the implementation of Squad System for PRO6 personnel.
Squad System is a proactive strategy in internal cleansing to address the problem of misbehavior and misconduct of all PNP personnel by strengthening leadership potentials and enhancing ethical, moral and spiritual values.
Its strategic objective of this system is to ensure the highest level of performance and discipline under service oriented, God-centered and family-based of PRO6 personnel.
Through its effective implementation, thousands of squad leaders attend the orientation seminar last March 13, 2018 at the Multipurpose Hall, Camp Gen Martin Delgado, Iloilo City. The orientation focus on squad leader’s capability enhancement such as personal and professional competence, instilling accountability, teamwork and esprit de corps, enforcing the discipline at the smallest unit and bridging the gap between Police Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer. During the activity, unannounced drug testing was also conducted to all participants.
Squad System will be composed of minimum ten (10) personnel and the most senior PNCO will be designated as the Squad Leaders and Assistant Squad Leaders. Both were responsible of nurturing, developing, and monitoring their squad members as responsible and accountable police force of PRO6. For the successful implementation, a designated Life coach from a pastor ministry will be designated to conducts lecture once a week.