Police: No need for incentives-A A +A
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
AN OFFICIAL of the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) will continue doing its job the best way possible with or without financial incentives.
Senior Superintendent Ronald dela Rosa, DCPO chief, issued the statement after the successful operation, leading to the arrest of four suspects believed to be behind the series of of "buak-kotse" incidents at Shrine Hills in Matina over the weekend.
Suspected members of the notorious robbery gang -- identified as Joey Aguirre Masayon, 35; Tristan Ocampo Sumaoang, 40; Melanie Gulfan Aguirre, 24; and Leonardo Medel Valintin, 48 -- were arrested in Barangay Dadiangas East, General Santos City last Tuesday morning.
The four suspects were presented before Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio who lauded the successful operation of the police.
"We don't work based on incentives, trabaho man nato na (that's our job), with or without incentives, mag trabaho mi (we will work)," dela Rosa said when asked if there has been any form of incentives that his men will receive after the successful operation.
The city mayor, however, did not mention anything about giving special reward or any form of incentives to the police. (Jereco O. Paloma)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on October 18, 2012.