NAPOLCOM R3 NEWS RELEASE
PUBLIC INFORMATION UNIT
Reference: Remedios L. Borejon TN: 045 455-0253
November 16, 2020
NAPOLCOM RD visits Olongapo City Police Office
The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) Regional Office No.3 headed by Regional Director Julieta P. Rañeses held an executive visit at the Olongapo City Police Office on November 10, 2020, assuring the strong partnership of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Local Government Unit and NAPOLCOM.
Director Rañeses during her courtesy visit with Olongapo City Mayor Rolen C. Paulino, Jr. said that she is impressed with the Philippine National Police, City Director PCOL RANDY Y ARCEO, towards the effective implementation of the Community and Service-Oriented Policing System (CSOP), a program of NAPOLCOM which involve the Local Chief Executives (LCEs) as one of its important participant in its tripartite framework along with the Community and the PNP.
Mayor Paulino said that “so far PCOL RANDY Y ARCEO has exceeded my expectations,” a remark that the NAPOLCOM Director approved candidly.
Director Rañeses, in her speech at the Olongapo City Police Office Conference Hall, said that her office scheduled a re-orientation webinar on CSOP for all the Philippine National Police personnel in Olongapo including their respective LCEs. She stressed that she is just waiting for the next available schedule of NAPOLCOM Comr. Felizardo M. Serapio, Jr., the expert in CSOP Orientation.
Director Rañeses also informed police participants, mostly Olongapo City Chiefs of Police, that the Angeles City Police Office had finished its CSOP Orientation and had already submitted its projects/programs. “Webinars on CSOP will also, be conducted in other Police Provincial Offices under our AOR,” Rañeses said.
Director Rañeses emphasized that one of the objectives of the visit is to show the presence of NAPOLCOM in helping the PNP achieve their targets for a safe Community not only on COVID-19 but mentally and physically fit police officers.
She said that if these programs were achieved, the performance of any task shall be light and easy, and hopefully, the PNP and NAPOLCOM will continue to be supportive of each other.
Director Rañeses said that to help bring NAPOLCOM closer to the Olongapo Police, the assigned NAPOLCOM City Officer for Olongapo, Ms. Marivic D. Corsino, shall hold office at the City Police Office once a week to address and discuss matters which involved PNP activities and its personnel and at the same time to avoid the long travel of the PNP Personnels from Olongapo City to the Regional Office.