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Friday, September 24, 2021
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San Fernando police get recognition from City Council

ANOTHER recognition was bestowed upon the City of San Fernando Police Station (CSFPS) for its outstanding performance, this time by the City Council of San Fernando.

City Council Resolution 2021-101, which was recently passed by the council, grants the station a “meritorious recognition and commendation for its consistent outstanding performance in the areas of operations and administration” for the first six months of the year.

The resolution referred to the station’s consistent ranking as top performer among all the component city stations in Central Luzon region, following the release of the monthly Unit Performance Evaluation Rating (Uper) by the Police Regional Office (PRO)-Central Luzon.

The station garnered a monthly average rating of 97.37 percent besting other 12 stations from January to June 2021.

Police Lieutenant Colonel John Clark, city chief of police, said the Uper serves as the police’s standard tool in identifying the compliance of stations with different operational and administrative requirements of the Philippine National Police.

Another recognition was bestowed upon the City of San Fernando Police Station (CSFPS) for its outstanding performance, this time, by City Council of San Fernando.

City Council Resolution 2021-101, which was recently passed by the council, grants the station a “meritorious recognition and commendation for its consistent outstanding performance in the areas of operations and administration” for the first six months of the year.

The resolution referred to the station’s consistent ranking as top performer among all the component city stations in Central Luzon region, following the release of the monthly Uper by the PRO-Central Luzon.

The station garnered a monthly average rating of 97.37 percent besting other 12 stations from January to June 2021.

Police Lieutenant Colonel John Clark, city chief of police, said the Uper serves as the police’s standard tool in identifying the compliance of stations with different operational and administrative requirements of the Philippine National Police. (PR)


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