Wednesday, March 11, 2015
CAMP GEN. SIMEON A. OLA, Legazpi City– The Police Regional Office 5's Regional Intelligence Division bagged the Number 2 performer award in the 2014 Annual Performance Evaluation Rating nationwide with an over-all rating of 113.46 in the field of police intelligence based on the standard set forth by the Philippine National Police Directorate for Intelligence.
The PRO5, in recognition of the noteworthy contribution and remarkable achievement of the Regional Intelligence Division (RID), awarded the office with Plaque of Merit.
The plaque was presented by Senior Supt. Romulo A. Esteban, Deputy Regional Director for Operation and Senior Supt. Lito B. Pitallano, acting, RCDS Regional Office 5 head, to Supt. Oscar Regala, officer-in-charge, Regional Intelligence Division, during Monday's flag-raising ceremony held at the PRO5 Parade Ground here.
A Plaque of Merit was given to the RID for making PRO5 as the Number 2 Performing PRO out of the 17 police regional offices and 23 national support units for CY 2014 Annual Unit Performance Evaluation Rating nationwide.
Likewise, a Medalya ng Kagalingan was awarded to Senior Insp. Joel S. Sabuco, Senior Insp. Andrew J. Alcomendas, Insp. Chester M. Enriquez Jr., SPO2 Arturo B. San Jose, PO3 Joennis S. Cid, PO2 Ryan R. Sabater and PO1 Arvin S, Depositario in recognition of their distinct accomplishment as team leaders and members of the combined operating team of the Regional Special Operations Group, and Pamplona Municipal Police Station, Camarines Sur Provincial Police Office.
The were awarded for the arrest of Ma. Fe A. Mendoza, also known as “Kim” and the confiscation of 40.717 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride commonly known as shabu during a checkpoint operation in Barangay Tambo, Pamplona, Camarines Sur on Jan. 13.
Another awardee is SPO1 Gil B. Bedis who was awarded with Medalya ng Papuri in recognition of his commendable deed as Patrol Officer of Sto. Domingo Police Station, Albay PPO, for returning to the rightful owner the wallet he found containing ATM and credit cards, other important documents, and cash amounting to Php 4, 690 and a 20 Saudi Riyal.
"These laudable performance, accomplishment and exemplary behavior are worthy of emulation in the Philippine National Police," Chief Supt. Victor P. Deona, Bicol police chief, said.
Supt. Rommel B. Dela Rama, the resource speaker and presently the deputy chief of the Regional Intelligence Division, shared an important topic on the different choices that the police officers have made in their life. Connie Destura, PNA