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Puerto Princesa City PNP wins award for best cop station PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 March 2007
THE PUERTO Princesa City Police Station was adjudged the “Best City Police Station” in Region IV-MIMAROPA because of its commendable achievements in all forms of criminality.
       
Police Senior Superintendent David Martinez, officer-in-charge, personally received the award on February 5 at the Regional Headquarters, Police Regional Office MIMAROPA, which coincided with the 15th National Anniversary of the PNP.

The City PNP snagged the award because of its accomplishment in increasing the Crime Solution Efficiency (CSE) to 99.33% compared to 98.55% in 2005.
       
Superintendent Martinez said the award is credited to all personnel of the City PNP who worked hard in fulfilling their duties to implement peace and order. He likewise, thanked the Regional Office for recognizing their effort in bringing down the crime rate here.
       
“This award is not for me. Instead, I am giving this back to my policemen because they are the ones responsible for doing all these accomplishments”, the City PNP chief said.
       
He assured that with the cooperation of the community, the City PNP will be able to accomplish its task of protecting the people against lawless elements.
       
Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn, he added, has also contributed to the City PNP in order for it to gain the award.
       
“Mayor Hagedorn has also provided us a lot of support in the City PNP, and we want to thank him and want to share the award with him”, Supt. Martinez said.
       
The other awardees include the 412nd Provincial Mobile Group headed by Police Senior Superintendent Reynaldo Jagmis of the Palawan Provincial PNP, and Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn for Puerto Princesa as Best City on Peace and Order Council.
       
Last year, the City PNP was also awarded in the same category, including the 2005 Best City on Peace and Order Council.

By Cheryl A. Galili, Palawan Times

 
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