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20 Davao City police officers relieved

DAVAO CITY – The Philippine National Police carried out another significant reorganization, reassigning 20 police officers here to new positions in the Davao region effective on Monday, July 8.

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Police Regional Office-11 spokesperson Police Major Catherine dela Rey confirmed in a statement the relief of the 20 station commanders and officer-in-charge here following a directive of PRO-11 Director Police Brig. Gen. Nicolas Torre III.

Torre reportedly directed the relief of these police officers after learning about the 22 murders and 41 rape cases in Davao City from January to May this year. The PRO-11 has aired serious concerns with crime statistics and slow police response.

The PRO-11 said that a DCPO report indicated a community where homicides occur seven times more often than physical assaults which contradicts this city’s reputation as being extremely safe. The PRO-11 emphasized the necessity of accurate crime reporting to understand peace and order.

Dela Rey said all 20 police officers were reassigned to the police provincial offices of Davao Occidental, Davao del Sur, Davao del Norte, Davao de Oro, and Davao Oriental. She added that Torre had the authority to reassign officers as part of their responsibilities.

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TORRE (PRO-11 FB)

Torre named Police Col. Lito Patay as the new director of the Davao City Police Office (DCPO), succeeding officer-in-charge director Police Col. Rolindo Suguilon.

The DCPO station commanders relieved and reassigned to other units in the region were:

· Police Major Marc Calustre to Regional Operations Division (ROD)

· Major Jonnie Bonguyan to Davao del Norte Provincial Police Office (DNPPO)

· Major Manuel Salgado to DNPPO

· Major Kevin Garing to Davao del Sur Provincial Police Office (DSPPO)

· Major Marvin Hugos to Regional Learning and Doctrine Development Division (RLDDD)

· Major Mark Lester Jalon to RLDDD

· Major Ramil Rivera to Regional Community Affairs Development Division (RCADD)

· Major Nelson Violan Jr. to ORPRMD-RPHAS

· Major Alberto Abella to Davao de Oro Provincial Police Office (DDOPPO)

· Major Jake Goles to DNPPO

· Major Carol Jabagat to RLDDD

· Major Antonio Luy Jr. to DDOPPO

· Major Jake Tilcag to DDOPPO

· Major Michael Uyanguren to Davao del Sur Provincial Police Office (DSPPO)

· Capt. Ferdinand Sonza to DSPPO

· Capt. Francisco Catabas to ROD

· Capt. Julius Edpalina to DDOPPO

· Capt. Ronaldo Henson to Davao Occidental Provincial Police Office (DOPPO)

· Capt. Rizalito Clapiz to DNPPO

The new police officers in Davao City are:

· Police Major Richeen Lagnayo, acting station commander of the Santa Ana Police Station

· Major Emmanuel Manlactican, acting station commander of the San Pedro Police Station

· Major Genesis Oriel, acting station commander of the Talomo Police Station

· Major Marcille Manzano, acting station commander of the Sasa Police Station

· Capt. Pio Torre Campo, acting station commander of the Buhangin Police Station

· Major Ian James Acal, acting station commander of the Bunawan Police Station

· Major Janus Lumbaya Macli-ing, acting station commander of the Paquibato Police Station

· Major Sheryl Bautista, acting station commander of the Toril Police Station

· Major Vincent Ignacio Follante, acting station commander of the Tugbok Police Station

· Major Leo Arvin Alce, acting station commander of the Calinan Police Station

· Major Lisandro Bernardo, acting station commander of the Baguio Police Station

· Major Renante Aritalia, acting station commander of the Marilog Police Station

· Major Rejie Torrita, acting station commander of the Mandug Police Station

· Major Butch Kevin Rapiz, acting station commander of the Ecoland Police Station

· Major Elfren Barredo, acting station commander of the Maa Police Station

· Major Harold Untalan, acting station commander of the Baliok Police Station

· Major Jethro Joy Salanap, acting station commander of the Bajada Police Station

· Major Leif Quililan, acting station commander of the Catigan-Eden Police Station

· Major Paul Michael Neffe, acting station commander of the Los Amigo Police Station

Torre encouraged police officers and personnel in the region to implement the three-minute response time in their areas of responsibility to enhance police response times. He also urged them to use communication equipment correctly and maintain strict supervision in their AOR.

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