PRESS RELEASE

 Thirty-three (33) victims of human trafficking were rescued during the simultaneous operations conducted by the combined elements of Malay Police Station led by PCPT JOSE MARK ANTHONY GESULGA, 2nd Aklan PMFC led by PCOL RYAN MANONGDO, 605th MARPSTA led by PCPT WILMAR BOLIVAR and Aklan Port-Based Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (APBATTF) headed by Prosecutor I Flosemer Chris I Gonzales under the supervision of Aklan Provincial Prosecutor Ma. Maya Bien Q. Mayor-Tolentino
 
              The operations resulted to the arrest of six (6) suspects identified as follows: Area Target No. 1 Richard Sauza y Borres, 42 years old, single, gay and Kevin Martin y Rivera, 26 years old, single; Area Target No 2: Mark Vincent Faulan y Matias, 23 years old, gay, native of Barotac Viejo, Iloilo; Area Target No. 3: Fernando Fajardo y Angulo, 43 years old, single, native of Olongapo, Zambales, Area Target No. 4: Rebecca Cainglet y Aguanta, 56 years old, married, native of Davao City and Karen Belonio y Villanueva, 22 years old, single. They were all presently residing at Sitio Tulubahan, Brgy. Manoc-manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan.
             
Victims were allegedly exploited as prostitutes at two (2) rented space and former KTV Bars located at the area of Sitio Tulubhana, Brgy. MAnoc-manoc, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan
             
The arrest of the suspects was a product of entrapment operations where a “poseur customer” confirmed that suspects facilitated the prostitution activities. The suspects control and arrange clients during the transaction and after it was done they also received the payment in exchange for sex and other sexual acts of the women they prostituted.
         
Victims are now presented under the custody of the Municipal Social Welfare Development Office Malay, Aklan while a case for violation of Republic Act 10364 (“An act to institute policies to eliminate trafficking in persons especially women and children”) against the suspects.

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Police Regional Office 6- One hundred thirty- six (136) newly appointed Police Commissioned Officers who take their oath last week successfully passed the requirements of the Leadership Training for Newly Appointed/Promoted Police Lieutenants offered by this PRO which was concluded this afternoon of April 10 at Camp Martin Teofilo B Delgado, Iloilo City. 
The 10-day training is aimed at boosting the Leadership Capabilities of the new officers. The training offered includes daily morning physical exercises followed by classroom instructions which highlighted basic public speaking, media relations, managing police operations, and technical writing skills.
The training ensures to hone the leadership and management skills of the participants as future chiefs of police in different police station region-wide set to the fulfillment of the PNP’s organizational goal.
The Police Regional Office 6 with the leadership of PBGEN JOHN C BULALACAO will continue to develop competent and motivated police force by providing better training and exercises to its personnel especially to the ones who lead by example.

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Police Regional Office 6- no less than PMGEN ELMO FRANCIS O SARONA- The Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management, Camp Crame, Quezon City was the Guest of Honor and Speaker of the Investigation Officer Basic Course Closing Ceremony early this morning, April 4, 2019 at Multi-purpose Hall, Camp Gen Martin Teofilo B Delgado.

A total of thirty-nine (39) Police Commissioned Officers passed the requirements of the said course (thirty-one (31) from the PNP, five (5) from the AFP-PA, two (2) from AVEGROUP and one (1) from Coast Guard in Western Visayas. The Top 3 of the said course are 1. PLTCOL JONATHAN P PABLITO- PNP, 2. 2LT DANVER C DIAPOLET- AFP-PA and 3. PMAJ ARIEL S ARTILLERO-PNP.  

This course aims to equip the participants especially the PNP as the premier law enforcement agency of the country, shall institutionalize and standardize all investigation trainings nationwide in order to increase the quantity and quality of field investigators who must possess the knowledge, skills, and the proper attitude to work on a case until it is resolved by the court with finality. To enhance the skills and competencies of police investigators and detectives, the PNP is providing them the much-needed investigation training geared towards increasing the crime solution efficiency of cases involving various crimes.  With the advent of modern technology, the PNP must keep itself abreast with the current trends in crime investigation in order to be always one step ahead of the criminals and not the other way around.

PRO6 with the leadership of PBGEN JOHN C BULALACAO, Regional Director are always committed to giving the utmost quality of service to people by providing pertinent and quality training to its police force!

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Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) holds the Performance Governance Reporting (REVALIDA) today at Gen. Martin Teofilo B Delgado, Iloilo City.

Seven units such as Aklan PPO, Antique PPO, Capiz PPO, Guimaras PPO, Iloilo PPO, Iloilo City PO, and Regional Mobile Force Battalion underwent Revalida which is the last phase of the Performance Evaluation Process (PEP) for Proficiency Stage. Proficiency Stage is the third of the four stages of the Performance Governance pathway.

This activity is part of the implementation of the good governance program of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030: Peace and Order Agenda for Transformation and upholding the Rule of Law.

PBGEN Jesus D Cambay Jr., Deputy Regional Director for Administration and Chairperson of the Technical Working Group for the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 head the panel who evaluates the reports of the unit commanders of the said units.

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The picture was taken during the Revalida at Camp Martin Teofilo B Delgado, Iloilo City on April 05, 2019. (Photo by PO2 Gigabalen, RPIO, PRO6)

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One hundred twenty-seven (127) newly appointed Line Officers of Police Regional Office 6 were given Leadership Training which opened today at Camp Delgado, Iloilo City.
The participants were divided into three (3) classes which training aims to hone the leadership and management skills of the participants as future chiefs of police in different police stations region-wide.
Part of their training to improve them as individuals are public speaking and leadership skills, media relations, managing police operations abilities, and their technical writing competencies.

Police Regional Office 6 will continue to develop competent and motivated officers to deliver better services to the community.
The 10-day training will be handled by the Regional Personnel and Human Resource Development Division in coordination with the Regional Special Training Unit 6. 

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PBGEN Jesus D Cambay Jr PRO6 Deputy Regional Director for Administration (center) together with PRO6 regional staff and the participants of the leadership training at Camp Delgado.  (Photo by: PO3 Gigabalen, RPIO, PRO6 

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