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SINAS TAKES COMMAND AS 25TH CHIEF PNP

Upon the authority of President Rodrigo R Duterte, DILG Secretary Eduardo M Año formally installed Police General Debold M Sinas as the 25th Chief of the Philippine National Police during traditional change of command rites in Camp Crame.

During the ceremony, Año passed on the command saber and symbol of leadership to Sinas that was relinquished by retiring Police General Camilo Pancratius P Cascolan.In his keynote address, Año highlighted the significant accomplishments of the PNP under Cascolan during the recent months while the country is facing the health crisis.

Año underscored the challenges ahead for the PNP as it continues to perform its law enforcement and public safety mandate under the prevailing conditions to which he took Sinas to task to “Take Charge.”

In his assumption remarks, Sinas assured PNP units of optimized utilization of resources by downloading funds to the lowest police units as a key feature of a fiscal reform program that he vowed to put into action along with the 85% patrol and 15% administrative deployment scheme of personnel to maximize police visibility as deterrent to crime.

Sinas also made known his priority program to lead the PNP in the national campaign to End Local Communist Armed Conflict and the national crusade against crime, illegal drugs, corruption, and terrorism.

To put emphasis to discipline in all PNP camps and stations, Sinas reiterated outstanding command policy that prohibit golf games by PNP personnel during working hours, and banned police personnel from gambling establishments and similar places.

A system of “reward and punishment” will be the guiding standard for discipline in the organization, he said.

He also outlined his action program for PNP COVID-19 resiliency by ordering the establishment of health units and care facilities in all PNP line units and stronger emphasis on Community-Oriented Policing as an active response to the health crisis. (PNP-PIO)

COVID-19 CASES IN THE PNP

UPDATE: As of 6:00PM of November 10, 2020, the PNP Health Service recorded 31 new recoveries today bringing the total number of personnel who recovered from COVID-19 to 7,087.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the PNP organization is 7,541 with 430 active cases and 24 deaths.

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INDEX CRIMES DIP SHARPLY IN PAST 7 MONTHS UNDER QUARANTINE

Intensified and strict implementation of community quarantine rules and focused police operations caused crime incidents to further drop by almost half over the past seven months.

In a comparative analysis by the Joint Task Force COVID Shield, (JTFCV), all 8 focus crimes within 223 days of the community quarantine period have declined by 46 percent or 17, 974 reported crime incidents from March 17 to October 25, 2020.

These numbers show a huge decreasing trend in terms of total cases reported compared to 223-day coverage data from August 7, 2019, to March 16, 2020, JTFCV added. These eight (8) focus crimes include Murder, Homicide, Physical Injury, Rape, Robbery, Theft, Carnap (Motorcycle), and Carnap (Vehicle).

In Luzon and Mindanao, crime incidents were poised at 44 percent decreased within the same period covered. A total of 11,680 crime incidents in Luzon during the quarantine period have been recorded, while 4,678 noted in Mindanao.

With the comparative analysis during the 223-day period from August 7, 2019, to March 16, 2020. a total of 20,772 crimes reported in Luzon and 8,389 in Mindanao.

In Visayas, eight (8) crimes incidents dipped by 51 percent or 4,990 total cases during the community quarantine period compared to 10,181 crimes recorded before the pandemic. Among crimes with a further decline of cases were theft (59%), robbery (60%), motorcycle carnapping (62%), and vehicle carnapping incidents (54%). Meanwhile, reported incidents also indicated a decrease in numbers of cases of murder (20%), homicide (23%), rape (22%), and physical injury (38%).

JTFCV also recorded that as of October 25, 2020, a total of 493,075 quarantine violators whether having been warned, fined, detained, or inquested, and released for regular filing for various infractions of community quarantine guidelines.

The Task Force also arrested 974 individuals for profiteering or hoarding and manipulating prices of essential goods against the suggested retail prices of the Department of Trade and Industry and the Department of Health. (PNP-PIO)

PNP LAUNCHES ‘TITSER KO PULIS’ PROGRAM

The Philippine National Police unveiled its new program that would help young students in pursuing their early education through "Titser Ko Pulis" Program under the management of Police Community Affairs and Development Group and the PNP Officers' Ladies Club.

In a simple launching ceremony coinciding with the Monday Flag-Raising Ceremony, PNP Chief, Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan personally led the event along with the members of the Command Group and PNP-OLC officers in Camp Crame, Quezon City.

According to Cascolan, the program will ensure the PNP Child Development Center (PNP-CDC) will properly set up not just in the National Headquarters but also in Police Regional Offices with the proper accreditation from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and now part of the PNP Gender and Development Plan and Budget. "Titser Ko Pulis is mainly one of our community engagement programs that would help our young students, especially our personnel's children and as our commitment to the people in helping the communities to build their future," he added.

PNP-CDC Principal, Dr. Mary Grace Batac said that seven (7) police personnel and school administrator have been trained and now qualified as DSWD Child Development Center workers in fulfilling the vision of the program.

Batac also noted that the program has been recognized and granted with a 4-star accreditation by the DSWD led by Undersecretary Felicisimo Budiongan. It was in 2018 when PNP-OLC initiated the program along with PCADG.

For this another feat, the PNP Chief bestowed the recognition to Batac and seven (7) other personnel during the ceremony in Camp Crame. Personnel awarded were:

• PCpl Reyna Fe Minor
• PCpl Ermilinda Cacliong
• PCpl Jonna-Rose Labares
• PCpl Karen Bassal
• PCpl Marvin Jake Romero
• Pat Catherine Ticuala
• Pat Frances Gayle Guted
(PNP-PIO)