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PRO6 Regional Director, Chief Superintendent Cesar Hawthorne R Binag on Saturday formally appointed Bacolod City Executive Senior Police Officer 4 Edgar Allan T De Guzman as the Regional Executive Senior Police Officer.
 
By command of RD Binag through General Order signed by the Chief Regional Personnel and Human Resource Development Division, SPO4 De Guzman is designated as RESPO of Police Regional Office 6, succeeding to retired SPO4 Abemel A Obordo.
 
Edgar Allan De Guzman hails from Marikina, Metro Manila and a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Criminology at the University of Iloilo, now PHINMA University of Iloilo. He entered the police service on January 17, 1995, and a recipient of various awards and commendations.
 
De Guzman, who presently resides at Barangay Alijis, Bacolod City is the first from Negros Island to sit as RESPO - the PNCO’s highest position and in-charge of the morale and welfare of the Police Non-Commissioned Officers and Non-uniformed Personnel of the whole Region 6. He has become the Deputy Station Commander of Bacolod City Police Station 1 before he becomes City Executive Senior Police Officer of Bacolod City Police Office since March 13, 2018.
 
The newly installed RESPO of PRO6 also holds a Master’s Degree in Public Management. He completed his Master’s at the University of St. La Salle in 2010. The education and experiences he earned would help him well-manage the whole PNP personnel of the region. Of course, he will be properly guided through RD’s direction “we perform as we transform”. De Guzman thanked Chief Supt. Binag for giving his trust and confidence in him.
 
General Binag said in an interview last Saturday to RESPO of PRO6 to continue with the existing plans and programs, especially the “Piso para sa PNCO” program which provides immediate financial assistance to the PNP personnel who get wounded or killed in action.
 
The PNP Western Visayas welcomed De Guzman’s appointment and will give its full support to his leadership just like his wife Esther Talde De Guzman and one and only daughter Shania Mae Talde De Guzman that supported him all the way. De Guzman, is set to retire from the force on January 22, 2024.
 

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Labor day OG

Labor Day has always been an avenue for simultaneous mass actions of the different labor sectors/organizations, militant/cause-oriented groups to air their grievances and demands against the government. Under IMPLAN 2018-03 or the Operational Guidelines for the Labor Day Celebration 2018 which sets forth guidelines and procedures in maintaining order, enforcing law and providing public safety services during the celebration, PRO6 will deploy a total of 1,595 personnel to secure designated areas where mass actions or protests will be held all over the region.
 
 
PRO6 will intensify its police operations and implementation of well-planned and coordinated security measures particularly in areas where demonstrations, rallies, mass and protest actions are expected to be conducted.
 
 
With over 1,500 personnel deployed region wide, PRO6 assures safety and security of everyone joining the celebration. Aside from the usual law enforcement activities such as police visibility and law enforcement functions, PRO6 will also implement security measures such as target hardening and border control measures. Police officers however, at all times, are reminded to strictly adhere with the revised police operational procedures and to respect human rights at all cost through maximum tolerance.
 
PNP personnel respects the right of every individual to peaceably assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances however, for a peaceful Labor Day celebration, PRO6 appeals to those who are joining mass actions/protests to hold their activities peacefully by respecting persons in authorities and avoiding use of violence in their assemblies. In case of any violation committed by members of the PNP, PRO6 encourages the public to immediately report or file their complaints before the Regional Investigation and Detective Management Division through office contact number 338-01-57 or the Regional Internal Affairs Service 6 and the NAPOLCOM.
 

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Police Director General, Oscar D Albayalde is the newly installed Chief of the Philippine National Police
arrives at Boracay Island today.
 
The PNP’s top cop led the walkthrough accompanied by the region’s top cop, Chief Supt. Cesar Hawthorne Binag together with the members of the region’s police force. From Caticlan Jetty Port where the walkthrough started, Albayalde proceeded to attend the SILG meeting.
 
In April 19, Albayalde underscored in his Inaugural message his commitment as a willing and able enforcer of discipline and reform in the PNP. Thus of a more disciplined and better police force.
 
PDG Albayalde talked to the men and emphasized to the PNP contingents to make sure to deal with the people professionally and courteously particularly when there is a restricted area to swim and there is a defiant. Albayalde said no need to fight or argue, just ask them to move to areas where it is allowed to swim.
 
“What’s really important here is NEVER NEVER enter to establishments to sleep and rest to avoid stories that might ruin us. Especially during night time if we need to sleep outside, then we sleep outside. Always wear proper uniform. Let us just be patient and endure this, after all, this is temporary and not forever,” Albayalde added.
 
PDG Albayalde also reiterated discipline among the ranks (patience and sacrifice are requisites of discipline), commander’s liability and accountability (commanders will hold accountable to erring personnel) and self-availabilityto be ready to render service to those in need at all times(provide assistance immediately and respond should be fast and swift).
 
“We protect lives and properties here. Binabantayan natin dito ay ang buhay ng tao at saka yong properties nila,” said Albayalde.
 
PNP Chief Albayalde conducted inspection of the security situation to ensure the safety and orderliness in the island.
 

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Arevalo, Iloilo, April 28, 2018--
PCSupt Cesar Hawthorne R Binag awards the Medalya ng Sugatang Magiting (PNP Wounded Medal)
to PO1 John Rey N Sadsad of Oton Municipal Police Station.
 
 
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At 10:05 p.m. of April 20, 2018, while PO1 Sadsad is spending his off duty at home in Brgy. Sooc, Arevalo, Iloilo City,
he was informed by his cousin that a certain Joel Tugado was pointing a gun to anybody in a nearby store.
Without any hesitation, PO1 Sadsad responded and when he approached the suspect, he was shot hitting his right eye.
 

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Early this morning, the Deputy Chief for Operation of the PNP PDDG Fernando H Mendez Jr. arrived at Malay, Aklan to personally conduct inspection and observation of the security preparations and prevailing situations in the Island. Part of his visit and inspection is to attend the capability demonstration of Metro Boracay Police Task Force (MBPTF) together with the members of the region’s police force, other government agencies and other stakeholders.
President Duterte announced his intention to "shut down” the island last February 10.The closure of the tourist island of Boracay will start on April 26 for six months. To that effect, Police Regional Office 6 considers Boracay Island as a special mission. By giving a particular attention to the security and safety measures in keeping this place safe, secure and orderly while under rehabilitation and renovation.
The region’s top cop, Chief Supt. Cesar Hawthorne Binag in his welcome remarks emphasized the purpose of the Capability Demonstration Exercises. He said that the demonstration is to ensure that we have the appropriate and well-crafted response to any contingency that may arise as we implement the temporary closure of the world-renowned Island”.
“It is part of our mandate to prepare and prepare for the worst possible scenarios”, he added.
Binag said SIMEX and similar activities is done regularly to enhance and evaluate our preparedness in addressing a situation or crisis for a better contingency response and likewise to let the public know that we are prepared.
RD Binag underscores that the presence of police forces in Boracay is to make the environment safe and ready to accommodate all member agencies to get their rehabilitation activities started. The PRO6 top cop also asks your continued support as community participation is vital to our efforts to take our security mission for the peace and development of Boracay Island.
 

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