PRO 11 Regional Director conducts inspection for "Oplan Kaluluwa"

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Last Updated on 31 October 2017 Published Date
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To ensure orderly, peaceful and safe observance of the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day tomorrow November 1 and on November 2, 2017, Police Regional Office 11 Regional Director PCSUPT MANUEL R GAERLAN conducted surprise inspection earlier today at Forest Lake Cemetery- Panacan, Chinese Cemetery, Orchard Cemetery, San Pedro Cemetery, Roman Catholic Cemetery, Masonic Cemetery, Wireless Cemetery, Davao Memorial, Forest Lake Cemetery- Maa, and Buhangin Memorial Cemetery to name a few. Together with other senior officers of PRO, PCSupt Gaerlan inspected said areas on their bikes to personally check deployment of personnel and security preparation/measures being implemented by our forces.

In addition, PRO 11 has designated senior officers (with rank of Police Superintendent) to act as Area Supervisors for each province in the region to manage and monitor deployment and peace and order situation in real time. Unit commanders as well, were tasked to implement active defense against all possible threats in their area of responsibility by conducting police presence, security patrols, check points, intelligence and counter-intelligence operations to thwart lawless and terrorist activities. Police Assistance Centers and Assistance Hubs along major highways, are placed in cemeteries, airports, seaports, bus terminals, malls and resorts, in coordination with other concerned law enforcement agencies, LGUs, and volunteer groups to assist the public at all times.

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SLIM POSSIBLE OBSTACLE RACE CHALLENGE

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Last Updated on 31 October 2017 Published Date
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PSSUPT EDEN T UGALE together with PRO 11 ("healthy babies") personnel accepted the SLIM POSSIBLE OBSTACLE RACE CHALLENGE.

OATH TAKING AND DONNING OF RANKS CEREMONY OF POLICE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT JOEL ORDUÑA, PRO 11 DEPUTY REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION

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Last Updated on 02 October 2017 Published Date
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PNP Chief Police Director General Ronald Dela Rosa administered the oath taking and donning of ranks ceremony of Police Chief Superintendent Joel Orduña, PRO 11 Deputy Regional Director for Administration, on September 18, 2017 at Camp Quintin Merecido in Davao City.

MEDAL ALERT!

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Last Updated on 15 September 2017 Published Date
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The Philippine National Police athletes left an impressive mark at the World Police and Fire Games, bringing home a total of 20 medals from the biennial meet held in Los Angeles, California. Filipino contingents won nine golds, six silvers and five bronze medals throughout the 10-day competition, which brought together nine thousand law enforcers from 67 countries including 80 members of the Philippines’ finest. The Philippines’ two final gold medals came courtesy of the PNP women’s beach volleyball team, featuring 2017 Beach Volleyball Republic national champions PO1 Lourdilyn Catubag and PO1 Karen Kay Quilario with a supportive head coach PCSUPT MANUEL R GAERLAN.

The officers from PNP’s Davao Regional Office faced taller competition against the towers of Brazil, Canada, and Russia, but they eventually prevailed to take the highest honor. “Sobrang saya, hindi namin akala mananalo kami kasi maraming kalaban,” said Catubag, “Lalo na ibang country, matatangkad. Hindi namin inexpect na makuha namin Yung gold,” Quilario chimed. The win moves the officers closer to dream of inspiring youth to stay off drugs. “Para po sa amin, naglalaro kami to promote No to Drugs," Catubag said, “Wag po talaga gumamit ng droga tapos play your sports rather than using drugs. Other big winners from the PNP include the representatives for taekwondo, badminton, karate, and boxing, to add the Philippines’ medal tally.

 

Davao del Sur’s Anti-Abuse Herald

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Last Updated on 15 September 2017 Published Date
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PRO 11's Pride PO3 Shiela May S. Pansoy..
Davao del Sur’s Anti-Abuse Herald
A victim who suffers tragedy comes out stronger on the other end. The victim, now a survivor, then becomes an advocate against further victimization. This is how the narrative goes for Police Officer 3 Shiela May S. Pansoy—a former victim of abuse, but is now a proactive anti-abuse champion of the Hagonoy Municipal Police Station in Davao del Sur. As an investigator of her station’s Women and Children Protection Desk, PO3 Pansoy is instrumental in the implementation of ‘AksyonAgad’ (Quick Response) for abused children and women in their community—a program which entails the rescue and assistance of victims towards recovery, and filing of cases against abusers. PO3 Pansoy also ensures children are given the opportunity to live in abuse-free foster homes for shelter. A devoted wife and BS Psychology graduate, PO3 Pansoy knows very well that a healthy marriage is the key to prevent domestic abuse and violence. This is why since 2013, she has conducted various counselling workshops on smart parenting and harmonious marriages in different barangays in Hagonoy. Since these seminars materialized, there has been a significant decrease of marital abuses reported in their area. A mother of three, PO3 Pansoy recognizes the importance of youth engagement in crime prevention and solution. In 2015, she was part of the team that organized the Hagonoy Junior Police—a group of students trained to serve specifically as advocates of anti-bullying and anti-gangsterism in schools. The initiative, which continues to this day, has resulted to crime- and bully- free environments for the 21 elementary schools in Hagonoy. PO3 Pansoy’s heart for service shows not only in how she champions advocacies dear to her, but also in how she makes herself accessible to citizens whom she serves. During school visitations and barangay assemblies, she always makes it a point to give out her cellphone number and the Hagonoy police’s hotline number to citizens. Since starting this practice in 2011, it has become easier for the citizens to communicate with the Hagonoy police at their most convenient time. Adjudged as the “Best WCPD Investigator” in both regional and provincial level in 2016, PO3 Pansoy graduated BS Psychology at the Holy Cross of Davao College in 2004.

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