|Outgoing Officer-in-Charge (OIC) Philippine National Police (PNP) City Director Senior Supt. Filmore Escobal (Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)|
He added that he left Naga with a heavy heart.
Escobal, prior to assuming office as OIC PNP City Director on June 1, 2014, was assigned in Davao City.
A mere four months after assuming his post here, however, he revealed having felt the relationship between him and City Administrator Florencio “Jun” Mongoso had soured.
Meanwhile, City Mayor John Bongat expressed in October that Escobal is free to leave if he wants to.
The outgoing City Director earlier explained that relief and reassignment are normal in the PNP.
The minimum period of assignment for a chief of police is six months, while the maximum is two years, he said.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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