Capiz PNP earns "very satisfactory" evaluation
by A. Lumaque
Roxas City (9 October) -- An over-all total score equivalent to a very satisfactory rating was achieved by the Capiz Police Provincial Office (CPPO) in the Annual General Inspection - Operational Readiness Security Inspection Test and Evaluation (AGI-ORSITE) last October 5 to 7 in all police stations provincewide.
The Capiz provincial headquarter and the Provincial Mobile Groups have also undergone the evaluation by the PNP national headquarters' Internal Affairs Service (IAS) at Camp Crame in Quezon City.
"I am impressed that you have strictly observed the proper wearing of uniform," said AGI - ORSITE inspector P/Supt. Miguelito M. Pascual as quoted from the CPPO news release.
The implementation of "Tamang Bihis" is one of the top priorities in the conduct of the yearly evaluation.
During the actual AGI-ORSITE, execution of police exercises like hostage negotiations, arrest techniques, checkpoint operation, SOC and snipping test were performed by the policemen in the stations.
The police exercises were followed by a General Knowledge Evaluation (GKE) given to about 70 PNP officers and personnel. The PNP's Integrated Transformation Program was part of the written examination.
The CPPO's achievement in the AGI-ORSITE was steered by Capiz Police Director S/Supt. Josepheus Angan who had been meticulously reminding all Chiefs of Police during command conferences to check on their respective preparedness in the field. (CPPO/PIA) [top]