Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) sign a memorandum of Agreement yesterday (July 17, 2017) for the adaptation of Fitness Functional Training Program in support to PNP’s Kill Bilbil: Slim Possible” at Camp Martin T. Delgado, Iloilo City.
 
Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, RD PRO6 together with NEDA Regional Director Ro-Ann Bacal represented Regional Advisory Council for Police Transformation and Development 6 (RACPTD6), Haycia Kamil Agudo-Olivar of JCI-Ilang Ilang and Mr. Marlon Val Jacuban of Storm Fitness Gym signs an agreement in support to the fitness project of the PNP.
 
Part of its transformation program, this project aims to ensure that PNP personnel are physically and mentally fit in performing their police function and encourage the entire PNP for more active lifestyle to lose weight.
 
 As recall, PRO6 joins the synchronized launching of The Mission: Slim Possible (500,000) Pounds PNP-Wide Weight Loss Challenge 2017 last June 13, 2017. Several PRO6 personnel were identified obese and overweight that undergone special weight loss training and now being adopt and to be implement to all PNP personnel of PRO6 as part of the fitness program.
GILBERT T GORERO
Police Superintendent
Regional Public Information Office
 
For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.
 
photo by: SPO2 Ryan Orleans, ORD/PRO6
(In the middle) Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, RD PRO6 together with Monsignor Meliton Oso, Director Jaro Archdiocesan Social Action Center (JASAC), COL PIO Q. DIÑOSO III INF (GSC) PA, PRO6 personnel and other participants hand in hand together in support to  "PROTECT PANAY AND GUIMARAS Movement during its launching at Iloilo Sports Complex Lapaz, Iloilo City this morning July 10, 2017.
 
PRO6 co-lead the launching of "PROTECT PANAY AND GUIMARAS (Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, and Iloilo City) Movement against Criminality, Illegal Drugs and Terrorism this morning July 10, 2017 at Iloilo Sports Complex, Lapaz, Iloilo City. Spearheaded by Monsignor Meliton Oso, Director Jaro Archdiocesan Social Action Center (JASAC). More or less five thousand participants join the launching.
PROTECT PANAY and GUIMARAS is a community based movement that will help law enforcers and other security forces in shielding the Islands of Panay and Guimaras. Accordingly, the community will serve as watchdog against criminality, insurgency, illegal drugs, terrorism and corruption.
The movement further commit to immediately report suspicious person in the community in keeping Western Visayas peaceful, orderly and livable.
  
The PPGM created an account and hotline number were established directly connected with Police Regional Office 6. This become a venue where the community can send their reports and concerns.
  
FOR SOCIAL MEDIA: Email Address: protectpanayguimaras.weebly.com. Facebook page: Protect Panay and Guimaras (https://www.facebook.com/Protect-Panay-and-Guimaras-480268…/ )Twitter: Protect Panay. THRU TEXT:PRO6 INFOTEXT SMART: 09498833741 or GLOBE: 09175943753 RTOC Number SMART: 09999955072 or GLOBE: 09173233809.
During the launching covenant signing was made to manifest everyone’s commitment in protecting Panay and Guimaras. The symbolic logo represents protection of the region with the active and responsive support of the community. The theme “Hulag na, Kaupod ka!” (Kilos Na, Kasama Ka!) is calling community partnership.
Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag congratulate Protect Panay Guimaras Movement initiative of supporting PRO6 and other security forces in making the region a safer place to live, work, visit and invest.
 GILBERT T GORERO
Police Superintendent
Regional Public Information Office
 
For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.
 

Police Inspector Charlse Cariño (2nd from right) team leader Maritime Unit seaborn patrol assigned at Carles, Iloilo received Medalya ng Papuri during flag raising and awarding ceremony this morning June 19, 2017 at PRO6 Grandstand Camp Martin T Delgado.

(Photo by: PO2 Shella C Gigabalen, RPIO/PRO6).

Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) awards medal to members of Maritime Unit 6 during flag raising ceremony this morning June 19, 2017 at PRO6 Grandstand Camp Martin T Delgado.
 
Police Inspector Charlse Cariño team leader of Maritime Unit seaborn patrol assigned at Carles, Iloilo together with PO3 Jojie M Metoda receives Medalya ng Papuri from Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, RD PRO6.
 
Said Merit award were given for their exemplary performance in implementation of RA 8550 an Act Providing for the Development, Management and Conservation of the Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and Carles Municipal Ordinance No. 2008-04 and successful arrest of eighteen fisherman who engage in illegal fishing last May 6, 2017 in the said municipality.
 
RD Binag congratulate said police officer in their active campaign against illegal fishing and selfless protection of marine resource in the Western Visayas. 
 
GILBERT T GORERO
Police Superintendent
Regional Public Information Office
For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

 

Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, Regional Director PRO6 with PSSUPT Canillo A Fuentes, Chief Regional Logistic Research Development Division 6 inspect and account rescue equipment of PRO6 this morning June 19, 2017 in preparation to the rainy season this year at PRO6 Grandstand Camp Martin Delgado, Iloilo City.
(photo by: PO2 Shella C Gigabalen, RPIO/PRO6).
 
As PAG-ASA declare the start of rainy season this year, Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) accounts its resources in preparation for the disaster occurrence this morning June 19, 2017 after the traditional Monday flag raising ceremony at PRO6 Grandstand Camp Martin T Delgado.
 
Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, Regional Director PRO6 together with the Regional Staff inspect and account equipment and rescue kit to determine if it enough to supply the needs of PRO6 Rescue Team and if the region is really ready and well equip in time of disaster.
 
During the inspection and accounting RD Binag reiterate that PRO6 should be fully equip and must complete it amenities for disaster and if lack of trained personnel trainings to PNP personnel must be conducted as soon as possible.
 
He also added that PRO6 should not be only equipped with equipment but also must equipped with trained personnel. And in times of disaster the region must be well equipped in responding.   
 
GILBERT T GORERO
Police Superintendent
Regional Public Information Office
 
 
For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553

 

The overall index crime rate based on comparative data of Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6)crime volume decreases to 3, 727 from January to May this year compared to 4, 019 of same period of 2016, or a drop of 7.27 percent.
The PNP defines index crimes as against persons, such as murder, homicide, physical injury and rape, and crimes against property like robbery, theft, carnapping, and cattle rustling.
Among the index crime,physical injury cases soared up with 18.77 percent or 1, 772 in the first five month this year compared to 1,492 cases recorded in year 2016. Aklan Provincial Police Office with the highest physical injuries recorded 404 in 2016 increases to 504 or 6.64% this year followed by Iloilo City with 307 last year but added with 61 increases to 4.29 percent this year.
The increase of physical injury is affiliated by drunkenness particularly in Boracay.
For the crime against property like theft decreases to 27.73 percent from 1,655 it downs to 1,196 this year and robbery which had a record of 381 last year it drops to 248 or 34.91 percent this year.
Accordingly, the index crime by provincial and city police office shows that Aklan have the highest index crime of 1, 125with a 20.45% increase this year compare to 934 in 2016. City of Iloilo drops to 29.01% from 1, 096 last year 778 this year. Guimaras with 155 last year turn down to 125 or 19.35%. Antique with 18.56% or 237 decrease this year compared to 291 in the previous year.Province of Capizdeclined 3.68% from 570 in 2016 to 549 and Iloilo province with 973 in 2016 fall down to 913 or 2.80%.
Notably, the Crime Solution Efficiency (CSE) of Western Visayas is 58.24% which is higher to 46.71% the standard CSE required by the national.
Police Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag, Regional Director of PRO6will not fault unit commanders with the increasing crime volume. However, will held liable any commanders who failed to explain the reasons of increasing results and take interventions.

GILBERT T GORERO
Police Superintendent
Regional Public Information Office
For clarification, please contact telephone number (033) 330-2553.

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