CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — Police Regional Office 3 (PRO 3) recognized Thursday exemplary cops in Central Luzon.
The ceremony is in line with the 119th Police Service Anniversary which carried the theme “Towards a Pandemic-Resilient PNP: Adopting Protective Protocols in the New Normal.”
“The theme aptly manifests the Philippine National Police’s flexibility to cope with the prevailing situation of the country in terms of law enforcement towards a stable peace and order,” Police Regional Director PBGen. Rhodel Sermonia said.
Individual awardees include PCol. Eric Noble as Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer for Administration, PCol. K Tampis as Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer for Operations, PMaj. Zyrah Joy Cabal as Best Junior Police Commissioned Officer for Administration, PLtCol. Henry Bruno as Best Junior Police Commissioned Officer for Operations, and PSMs. Renato Robles as Best Senior Police Non-Commissioned Officer for Administration.
Also, PMSg. Arnel DV Agliam as Best Senior Police Non-Commissioned Officer for Operations, PCpl. Queen-Lee Torrecampo as Best Junior Police Non-Commissioned Officer for Administration, PSSg. Catherine Joy Corpuz as Best Junior Police Non-Commissioned Officer for Operations, NUP Josephine Sevilla as Best Non-Uniformed Personnel (Supervisory Level) and NUP Alenea May S Furio – Best Non-Uniformed Personnel (Non-Supervisory Level).
Meanwhile, Sermonia was recognized by the national police leadership for his responsive programs on peace and order relative to productivity and resiliency that mitigated the effect of COVID-19 in Central Luzon.
“This recognition is not only for me but for the men and women of PRO3 who have been working tirelessly to fulfill our commitment of fighting criminality in the region as well as containing the widespread of COVID-19 while at the same time alleviating the lives of our fellowmen in Central Luzon by providing them food this pandemic,” Sermonia said.
Based on the records of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, Police Service as an institution takes its roots from the Insular Police Force that was created on August 8, 1901.