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2015 SEARCH FOR THE BEST COPS BEGINS

 

Photo shows PNP Chief, Police Director General Alan Purisima, Metrobank Foundation President, Aniceto Sobrepeña and Rotary Club of New Manila East President Engr. Edgardo Cruz  (3rd,  4th and 5th from left) with PNP, MBFI and RCNME Officials during the Search for  COPS 2015 Launching.

To honor the best of the best in the Philippine National Police and further promote community partnership in preventing and solving crimes, the Metrobank Foundation, Inc.(MBFI), Rotary Club of New Manila East (RCNME), PSBank and the Philippine National Police (PNP) recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement signaling the start of the 2015 Search for the Country’s Outstanding Police Officers in Service (COPS).

Section: Headlines
 
Metrobank Foundation announces 2014 Country’s Outstanding Police Officers

 

The 2014 Country’s Outstanding Police Officers (L-R): Police Senior Superintendent Cedrick G. Train; Police Senior Superintendent Rogelio B. Jocson; Police Chief Inspector Byron F. Allatog; Police Chief Inspector Reynaldo E. Ariño; Police Officer 3, Michael D. Pontoy; Senior Police Officer 1 Reynaldo G. Solante; Police Officer 2 Arshear U. Ismael; Police Officer 3 Alexander B. Fazon, Jr.; Senior Police Officer 1 Rey H. Sarcon and Police Officer 3 Comet D. Dumangeng. 

The Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI) officially announced the winners of the Search for the Country’s Outstanding Police Officers in Service (COPS) during a press conference held at the Philippine National Police (PNP) Main Conference Room on August 11, 2014. The winners were presented to PNP Chief Alan La Madrid Purisima and other members of the PNP during the flag raising ceremony.
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‘Good Samaritan QC cop’ goes ‘viral’ on Facebook

MANILA, Philippines—There’s another “viral” photo of a Quezon city policeman going around online—this time, it’s a positive one.

Section: Salute
 
Please, not all cops with pending cases are rogues

Because of the spate of news reports on high-profile crimes allegedly committed by police officers, calls have been sounded for a review of the list of cases filed against cops. We all know that we police officers are under different authorities that have disciplinary powers over us—from the People’s Law Enforcement Board to the mayor to the Internal Affairs Service (IAS), the National Police Commission (Napolcom), the Civil Service Commission and the Ombudsman, and to our own superiors. As to the purpose or benefits of having many disciplinary authorities with jurisdiction over us, this is still a subject of debate.

Section: PeopleSpeak
 
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