Zambo police undergoes revamp-A A +A
Saturday, March 8, 2014
THE Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) has implemented a revamp in the different police stations and the public safety company, a top official said Saturday.
ZCPO officer-in-charge Angelito Casimiro said the revamp takes effect Saturday and the turnover of command will start on Monday.
Senior Superintendent Casimiro said that among the police stations that will be affected by the revamp are the following: Police Stations 1, 5, 6 and 11, as well as the Zamboanga City Public Safety Company (ZCPSC).
Casimiro said that Police Station 1 chief Joel Tuttuh was relieved and was reassigned as the officer-in-charge of the Police Station 5.
Senior Inspector Jullizar Asdani of the 3rd Mobile Company of the Regional Public Safety Battalion (RPSB) will replace Tuttuh.
Police Station 6 chief Felixberto Martinez was relieved and was replaced by Superintendent William Gadayan of the ZCPSC.
Martinez was reassigned as the new head of the ZCPO’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Management Unit (CIDMU) while Gadayan will be replaced by Zamboanga Peninsula police information officer Chief Inspector Ariel Huesca.
Chief Inspector Elmer Acuña, who heads the CIDMU, will be the new ZCPO Human Rights Officer.
ZCPO deputy for administration Superintendent Allan Nazaro was reassigned as the new chief of the Police Station 11, replacing Superintendent Diomarie Albarico.
Albarico was reassigned as the new ZCPO deputy for operations replacing Superintendent Ruperto Salazar, who was reassigned to the position left vacant by Nazarro.
Casimiro said the assignment of the officers affected by the changes will be in an officer-in-charge capacity “because all of them will undergo deliberation by the regional senior officers’ placement board.”
He said the changes in the police stations located in the east coast comprises the first phase citing the second phase will be the changes to be implemented in police station in this city’s west coast.
Casimiro said he will replace those officers who had been in the positions for quite a time with new officers including those who went on schooling. (Bong Garcia)