ICPO celebrates 16th PNP ethics day
by Lorry V. Gabule
Iligan City (6 January) -- "Proper and God-fearing values must be uphold at all times by all Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel in their conduct of duties and responsibilities so that trust and confidence will continually emanate from the community."
Thus said PSSupt Bernardo L. Reamon, Jr., city director, Iligan City Police Office (ICPO-PNP), addressing before the law enforcers and personnel during the Monday flag raising ceremony at the Police Headquarter in Camp Tomas Cabili, Barangay Tipanoy, this city.
"As we joined our national headquarter at Camp Crame down to regional headquarters throughout the country in celebrating the 4th of January as PNP Ethics Day, we commemorate this year with a theme, "Strong, Moral Foundation: The Key to Genuine PNP Transformation," expressed City Director Reamon.
Meanwhile, the Police Regional Office (PRO) in region 10, Camp Alagar, Cagayan de Oro City, celebrated the day with deserving PNP personnel, non uniformed personnel and private individuals who had done exemplary contribution to the organization.
Among the ICPO awardees who were given recognition by PCSupt. Danilo Empedrad, Region Director of PNP-10, were: a) "Dangal ng PRO 10" to SPO1 Annabel Agan, Women's Desk Police Non Commissioned Officer (PNCO) of Police Station 4 and Non Uniformed Personnel (NUP) Joyce Doverte, crime statistician; and b) "Most Industrious" to NUP Emma Taluban, supply officer.
Likewise, two (2) private individuals namely Pastor Flordeliz Tejano and Rev. Belzasar Carbero were also given plaque of appreciation in their support to Police Station 5, especially in the conduct of PNP's Moral Recovery Program (MRP).
City Director Reamon said that part of PNP's undertaking is to conduct Moral Enhancement Program to all their personnel, moving on with its core values-service, honor and justice. (PIA LDN/ICPO) [top]