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PRO 13 Received the Most Number of Patrol Cars in entire PNP

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January 25, 2010 by: striker_jem Butuan – The number 2 man in the 125,000 strong Philippine National Police, Deputy Chief for Administration Police Deputy Director General Geary Lingan Barias visited Butuan to make his exit call at Police Regional Office 13 in a ceremony held today at the grandstand inside Camp Rafael Rodriguez, Libertad. GA_googleFillSlot("MindaMag_InPost_336"); Barias came [...]

January 25, 2010

by: striker_jem

Butuan – The number 2 man in the 125,000 strong Philippine National Police, Deputy Chief for Administration Police Deputy Director General Geary Lingan Barias visited Butuan to make his exit call at Police Regional Office 13 in a ceremony held today at the grandstand inside Camp Rafael Rodriguez, Libertad.

Barias came from Philippine Military Academy Class of 1975, served as former Police Regional Director in PRO 13 for 5 months and will be retiring on March 1, 2010 having served the PNP for 39 years.

Along with Police Regional Director Lino Calingasan, Barias led the blessing and turn-over of 17 patrol vehicles to different police stations in the region.

In his speech, he reminded recipients to maintain this in good condition: “These vehicles came from the taxes of the people and for that matter you should see to it that these are properly maintained, taken cared of and should be used to its fullest utilization in the service of our people,”

“It is heartening to know that some provinces after 1 month, there are reports that the patrol vehicles met an accident and some are beyond repairs”, added PDDG Barias.

PDDG Barias was also happy to announce, that Caraga was given the most number of patrol vehicles in the entire Philippine National Police.

Just this year, PRO 13 was given 36 patrol vehicles and PDDG remarked, “This is the first time that I experienced these much number of vehicles being distributed in one region alone.”

The PNP under its Integrated Transformation Program will have a continuing procurement of equipment and facilities.

PNP Chief Jesus Versoza envisioned in upgrading the physical facilities to support field operations of the PNP.

Recipients for these patrol vehicles are the following: Buenavista Municipal Police Station in Agusan del Norte, San Isidro MPS in Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur Police Provincial Office, Lianga Police Station, Tubajon MPS, Cortes Police Station, Taganaan Police Station Agusan del Norte Provincial Public Safety Management Company, San Miguel MPS, and police stations of Madrid, La Paz, Esperanza, Rosario, Sibagat and Bunawan.

Police personnel who will be assigned as drivers of the newly acquired patrol vehicles were also directed to always use proper uniform and to be courteous at all times to every Juan.


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