NCRPO gears towards the Modernization of its equipments for mobility, firepower, communication and investigation this 2020.
Under the leadership of the current PNP Chief, PGEN ARCHIE FRANCISCO F GAMBOA with the support of the Honorable President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, through Speaker of the House of Representatives, Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, a total budget of about 2 Billion pesos was approved to support the procurement of more mission-essential equipment for National Capital Region Police Office.
“I would like to extend my overwhelming gratitude to the current administration for the support towards the modernization of NCRPO in order to uplift our capability and efficiency in the delivery of police service”. Said NCRPO Acting Regional Director, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS.
Just recently, NCRPO is upgrading its mobility and patrol capabilities through the creation of an Aerial Patrol Unit in coordination with the Air Unit of Special Action Force.
This year, NCRPO partakes to usher the “Golden Age of Infrastructure” in support of the “Build, Build, Build” Program of the current administration through the construction of NCRPO’s very own Crime Laboratory with highly modernized equipment to further hoist its crime solution efficiency.
Futher, the approved funds wil be utilized to upgrade and modernize the Multi-purpose Building, Grandstand, Training Building with all its Classrooms, Dormitories and all other significant infrastructures inside NCRPO Camp.
“NCRPO is elated to partake in the “Build, Build, Build” project of the current administration. Guaranteed that all the resources that will be granted us will be utilized for the promotion and delivery of an improved police and public service to the people of Metro Manila”. He added.
NCRPO modernization projects aims to address not only the necessity to upgrade its structural and equipment capabilities but also to boost the knowledge, morale and welfare of its personnel to cope with the fast-varying complexities of police service.
This endeavor will take NCRPO closer to the PNP vision of a more capable police service by 2030.