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7 out of 10 Filipinos commend PNP performance

Tacloban City (July 12) -- Seven out of 10 Filipinos or 70.72% give their thumbs up on the overall performance of the Philippine National Police.

This is the result of the survey conducted by the by the Asia-Pacific Center for Research (ACRE) in May 2010 to provide the PNP a comprehensive data on how its personnel and the services they provide impact on the people and the community they serve.

When asked about this during the recently conducted Harampang Ha PIA, Police Region 8 Director Rey Lanada attributed the survey result to the continuing process of transformation in the PNP organization.

Director Lanada expressed his happiness and satisfaction with the high approval rating of the PNP.

"This shows that the gains of the various transformation programs and initiatives that we have been doing in the PNP are already taking roots," Director Lanada added.

General Lanada also thanked the people for having learned to trust the police as their partner in the maintenance of peace and order in the community.

The good Director also assured the public that he will not think twice in giving disciplinary action to any member of the Police Force who refuses to answer the call of duty or abused his power over a civilian.

He also told the local media to report to him the names of the abusive members of the PNP and assured them that he will look into the matter.

This is a proof that the Philippine National Police is determined and is very serious in its transformation program.

For the study, ACRE used a population sample of 4,400 respondent-households covering all regions, all provinces and a statistical sample of cities and municipalities. Of the total number of respondents, 50% are male and the other 50% are female whose ages range from 16 to 60 years old and up.

ACRE said 10% of those surveyed belong to AB and C socio-economic class, while 70% fall under the D socio-economic class, and the rest, or 20% are in the E class. (PIA 8) [top]

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