COURTESY CALL OF MUSLIM CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL TO RD, NCRPO

The National Capital Region Police Office welcomed the Muslim Consultative Council who paid a Courtesy Call to PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS at the NCRPO Conference Room, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City on September 28, 2020.

The Courtesy Call conducted coincided with a dialogue which aims to unite the NCRPO and Muslim communities as one force condemning acts of violence towards the promotion of peace and unity in the communities.

During the call, NCRPO and MCC were able to discuss issues concerning peace and order and other matters of mutual concern. Thereafter, MCC pledged to be an active partner of the PNP in its pro-active efforts against criminality, illegal drugs, terrorism, and other illegal activities in their community.

The activity was attended by members of MCC headed by Jadjurie H. Arasa, as the Chairman, Aleem Naguib Taher, Vice Chairman, MCC, Mr. Bensaudie T. Lumenda, Chairman of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and Junior Officer for Peace and Development, Inc. (MJOPDI), and other officers and members of the said organization.

On the other hand, PBGEN EMMANUEL B PERALTA, District Director of Southern Police District, PCOL ROMMEL A CABAGNOT, Acting Chief Regional Staff and other NCRPO Key Officers were also present during the courtesy call.

“We urge our brothers and sisters to continuously cooperate with the PNP to escalate esprit de corps and good rapport between both parties. We shall work hand in hand in maintaining peace and order in Metropolis,” said PMGEN SINAS.

DIALOGUE AND SIGNING OF PEACE COVENANT WITH MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS CONTINUES

The National Capital Region Police Office, Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS applauds Manila Police District and Northern Police District for the successful conduct of Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters that aims to strengthen the relationship between our police personnel and the Muslim community.

Initially, NCRPO Regional Director PMGEN SINAS started the first Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters at the Blue Masjid, Mindanao Avenue, Maharlika Village, Taguig City on August 28, 2020 at around 1:30 PM.

Following the initial dialogue, on September 24, 2020 at around 2:00 PM, Northern Police District conducted the Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Northern Metro. It was held at the Cinema 4 SM City Valenzuela, Mc Arthur Highway, Karuhatan, Valenzuela City.

The occasion was graced by PBGEN Ronaldo Genaro E Ylagan, District Director, of Northern Police District and was participated by the Chiefs of Police and Chief, Community Affairs Section of CAMANAVA City Police Stations and twenty six (26) Imam/Leaders and Salaam civilian volunteers, Barangay Officials, Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team and other members of Non-Government Organizations.

The Dialogue and Peace Covenant aims to educate the public on the factual intent of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, to provide support for the information dissemination and to counter the negative issues that may be thrown against the PNP associated with this act.

Subsequently, on September 25, 2020 about 3:00PM at the Covered Gym of Nazarene Catholic School at 1053 R. Hidalgo St., Quiapo, Manila Police District conducted similar activity.

The occasion was headed by Manila Police District, District Director PBGEN Rolando F Miranda represented by PCOL Nicolas S Salvador, District Deputy Director for Operations, MPD and participated by all the Station Commanders of MPD, the District Community Affairs Development Division personnel and Sultan Omar Paumbaya the Administrator for Manila Golden Mosque along with eighty one (81) other Muslim Brothers, Sisters.

Moreover, as a proof to this agreement, both NPD and MPD personnel along with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters recited their Pledge of Commitment and affixed their name and signature in the Peace Covenant.

“This Peace Covenant will surely bring a harmonious relationship with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in terms of coexisting in one community. Having shared responsibility to maintain peace and order and avoiding any form of crimes that may compromise each other. This also manifests that regardless of our differences we can unite as one for the betterment of the community we are living in,” PMGEN SINAS stated.

Computer On Wheels Rolling In Jose Abad Santos

In line with the successful “Computer on Wheels” Project of PS – 7 Jose Abad Santos Police Station, a turnover of Print Out Modules for Grade 2 Subject Classes to Principal and Teachers of Lapu-lapu Elementary School was conducted on September 10, 2020 at about 10:00 am at JAS Tecson Outpost along Tecson St., corner Jose Abad Santos Ave., Tondo, Manila.

Jose Abad Santos Police Station turned over the printed Modules of different subjects for Grade 2 Classes as part of Station’s commitment in helping the school principal of Lapu- Lapu Elementary School in printing the modules to the enrollees of the modular program to help lessen the workload of the teachers.

The turnover was attended by School Principal of Lapu-Lapu Elementary School, Mrs. MA ELENA MERCADO and Teachers with Brgy Chairwomen Carmelita Francisco and Inora Siy of 212/207 respectively.

Computer on Wheels Project in partnership with Federation Filipino Chinese Chamber of Commerce INC provides free use of computers with internet connection, printers and printing materials available for the use of students within the vicinity of the outpost.

“No one should be left behind. This project shall fill in the gaps for the students who can’t afford the use of computers with internet connection and printers for their online classes due to the pandemic. I commend Jose Abad Santos Station for the affection they have shown to the children in their area. Keep these wheels rollin’ and keep extending help to our fellowmen in all possible ways,” PMGEN SINAS said.

NCRPO AND MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS’ SIGNING OF PEACE COVENANT

PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, RD, NCRPO spearheaded the Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with the Muslim brothers and sisters which aims to gain assistance and support of our Muslim leaders on August 28, 2020, 1:30 PM at the Blue Masjid, Mindanao Avenue, Maharlika Village, Taguig City.

The signing was attended by participants from different Masjid of Taguig City composed of Imams/Ustadz, Bilal, Jama’a Muslim community leaders, PBGEN FLORENCIO T ORTILLA, NCRPO Deputy Regional Director for Operations, PBGEN EMMANUEL B PERALTA, District Director of Southern Police District and other NCRPO Key Personnel. Nonetheless, physical distancing and other GCQ safety protocols were strictly followed.

The Dialogue tackled the significance of concerted actions, collective effort and shared commitment and interest to sustain peace and order in the community. The NCRPO acknowledged the consistent assistance and support of our Muslim leaders which is crucial in the fight against terrorism and illegal drugs that would militate against perverse motive in the community in order to achieve a safe, peaceful and orderly society.

Therafter, the activity was highlighted with the signing of Peace Covenant between NCRPO and Muslim Brothers and Sisters.

“In Support to Peace towards Nation Building, we condemned any kind of evil acts, violence and killings wherein HOLY ISLAM totally forbid all crimes to people and will never tolerate such. The Almighty ALLAH says in the Holy Qur’an: which read “whoever kills/slays a person, unless it is for a murder or for spreading mischief (corruption) in the land, it would be as if he kills/slew all mankind; and whoever saves a life, it would be as though he saved the lives of all Mankind”.

The Peace Covenant is a commitment where both parties agreed to undertake and give their full participation in all programs and projects against criminality and violence and agreed to foster partnership and cooperation to attain peace and security.

“Team NCRPO, as preservers of peace in the Metro shall constantly work to maintain esprit de corps and harmony in our communities. Together let us be instruments of lasting peace towards nation building,” said PMGEN SINAS.

CRIMELAB’S INITIATIVE TOWARDS THE HOPE OF OUR COUNTRY AND COMMUNITY

The Chief of the National Capital Region Police Office, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS and Team NCRPO have been consistent in reaching out to the community even before the pandemic crisis. His leadership and compassion have been the inspiration of his men to help others as well.

Due to global pandemic brought by COVID-19, few activities were temporarily suspended, limitations were imposed, restrictions were implemented but not RD, NCRPO and NCRPO Crime Laboratory personnel’s caring heart.

Amidst this pandemic, life must go on and so our compassion and love for the people especially the most vulnerable members of our society, the less fortunate, abandoned, neglected and abused children within Metro Manila. In line with this, RCLO-NCR Ad Hoc conceptualized a worthwhile endeavor with a working title “Damhin ang PagmaMahal Sa’yo ng Team NCRPO”.

“Damhin ang PagmaMahal Sa’yo ng Team NCRPO” is a program conducted with the support from PMGEN SINAS, on July 10, 2020 @ 9:30 AM. EPDCLO personnel facilitated the distribution of coloring books, crayons, stuffed toys, milk, biscuits, chocolates, candies from Team NCRPO, and other grocery items to Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Childrens Home., Inc. located at No. 45 Dr. Pilapil St., Brgy Sagad, Pasig City. Said donations were received by Ms Fatima Elahe, RSW, Resource Mobilization Officer.

Likewise, QCPDCLO personnel in coordination with Mrs Margie Castro and Dominador Laoyon, Purok Leaders also distributed school supplies & snack packs to the less fortunate children of Barangay Batasan Hills, Quezon City.

Minimum health standard protocols like wearing of face mask, physical distancing and other safety preventive measures were observed during the said activities.

Relatively, the Community Relations Month (PCR) with the theme: “Pinaigting na Ugnayan ng Mamamayan at Pulisya Laban sa Covid-19 Pandemya” is an opportune time to forge stronger ties with the community in crime prevention and public safety activities. Developing a bridge towards a common goal of peaceful community is one of the primary advocacies that the PNP adheres to.

Undoubtedly, Crime Laboratory personnel believe that community-relations is a predominant aspect that connects the police with the people. They are helping people to show that they care and they are also certain that it is the right thing to do.

“I am proud of the selfless initiative of Crimelab personnel towards our community. Their generosity echoes the mantra of the PNP which is to serve and protect. As we face the crisis brought by this CoViD 19 pandemic, camaraderie will serve as our strength to heal as one,” PMGEN SINAS emphasized.

Conducted Bloodletting Activity

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The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) through the Office of the Regional Community Affairs and Development Division (RCADD) led by PLTCOL GARY A REYES, Assistant Chief in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross headed by Dr. Gerald Angelo Valeria conducted Bloodletting Activity at NCRTC Covered Court, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.

100 police trainees under the supervision of PLTCOL SANCHO O CELEDIO, Acting Regional Director, NCRTC participated in the said activity.

RCADD inspected the Checkpoint

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March 23 2020

NCRPO-RCADD led by PCOL ARIEL R FULO Chief, RCADD inspected the Checkpoint personnel led by PLT RHAYAN B TURINGAN, Team Leader with 12 personnel from PCP 1, PS-7 Police Station, Quezon City Police District. Likewise, distributed face masks, disinfectant, alcohol, gloves/food packs with juice and safety tips flyers along Aurora Boulevard 15th Ave. Brgy. E. Rodriguez, Quezon City.

RCADD inspected the Joint PNP, & QC LGU Quarantine Control Point along Payatas

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March 19 2020

NCRPO-RCADD personnel led by PCOL ARIEL R FULO Chief, RCADD inspected the Joint PNP, & QC LGU Quarantine Control Point along Payatas Road Brgy Silangan (Montalban/Batasan Boundary) led by PCAPT ARNEL ARAOJO, QCPD, DMFB.

Said team likewise conducted assistance to passengers/commuters & segregation of priority lane with provision of standby isolation/triage area. The team distributed a total of 200 flyers and reminded the drivers & passengers to take precautionary measures against COVID-19.