Central Luzon police office has no rooms for erring, rogue cops

GRADUATES. There are 338 police personnel graduates from the Public Safety Field Training Program and they belong to Class 2019-03 known as MATAGSILAK or Magigiting na Tagapaglingkod Gamit ang Siyensya, Lakas at Teknolohiya. (Contributed photo)

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga -- Police Regional Office Central Luzon (PRO3) Director Private Brigadier General Valeriano De Leon vowed to sustain its internal cleansing campaign among its rank and file to regain the public's trust and confidence.

From 2016 to date, a total of 3,356 administrative cases have been filed against 5,118 erring PRO3 personnel, 677 of whom are Police Commissioned Officers and the remaining 4,441 are Police Non-Commissioned Officers which comprises a nominal 5,118 of the total number of PRO3 police force which is 10,573, as of November 18, 2020.

Based on records from PRO3's Discipline Law and Order Section (DLOS), the primary unit tasked to impose disciplinary action against erring policemen, 410 PNP personnel were dismissed from the police service while 411 were suspended, 42 were meted with demotion to the next lower rank and 5 separated from the service (terminated).

Meanwhile, 3,978 were exonerated from their administrative cases. De Leon said that those meted with disciplinary action were all given due process during the conduct of Summary Hearing.

" We will continue to weed out hoodlums and punish the undisciplined among our ranks through the strict application of the punitive sanctions for violations of PNP rules and regulations, and intensified counter-intelligence effort against illegal activities of PNP personnel," he added. (PR)


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