OCA coffee table book launched

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The Police Regional Office (PRO)-Central Luzon launched a coffee table book that chronicles the Good Samaritan deeds of Central Luzon policemen.

Titled "Ang OCA: One Commendable Act Challenge sa PRO3," the coffee table book has two volumes, which compile the heroic deeds of PRO-Central Luzon personnel under the regional headquarter's challenge.

PRO Deputy Regional Director for Operations Colonel Rhoderick Armamento, editor of the coffee table book, said the publishing of the said book aims to underline the importance of further sustaining the implementation of OCA challenge in PRO-Central Luzon.

OCA also stands for the nickname of Philippine National Police Chief Director General Oscar "Oca" Albayalde, who is a Kapampangan and has served in the region before he headed the national police force.

"Through the 'Ang OCA: One Commendable Act Challenge sa PRO3' coffee table book, we are highlighting the commendable deeds and efforts of the regional policemen in compliance with the directive of the Chief PNP (Albayalde)," Armamento said.

Aside from Armamento, Lieutenant Colonel Fe Greñas headed the Technical Working Group along with other members of the Regional Public Information Office, while Senior Police Officer 1 Jewelle T. Rivera, non-uniformed personnel Mikee Camile Gallano and Roy Luga worked on the content and layout.

"OCA is already one of the best practices of PRO-3 and we want to see to it that all the good deeds of our personnel are well documented," Armamento said.


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