May 26, 2018, 12:28 am
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New PNP chief vows disciplined, better police force

NEW PNP chief Oscar Albayalde yesterday vowed to continue with his low-key but stern leadership style as he focuses on instilling discipline among policemen to create a better police organization.

In his inaugural speech, Albayalde said he will fully commit himself to fulfill President Duterte’s vision of having a disciplined and better police force.

“I stand before you today as a willing and able enforcer of discipline and reform in the PNP. This is my commitment to you Mr. President and to the Filipino people,” Albayalde said at the turnover ceremonies held in Camp Crame in Quezon City.

He also said the gains made in the war against the illegal drugs trade must be sustained “until the last supplier, trader, coddler, and pusher will be put behind bars.”

Albayalde, who was chief of the Metro Manila police before becoming PNP chief, took over from Ronald dela Rosa whose next job will be head of the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor).

Replacing Albayalde at the National Capital Region Police Office is Director Camilo Cascolan, former PNP director for operations.

Albayalde said would continue implementing “Oplan Double Barrel,” a flagship project of Dela Rosa, which became controversial due to the big number of deaths during the first months of its implementation.

Albayalde, Dela Rosa, and Cascolan belong to Class 1986 of the Philippine Military Academy. Albayalde will reach the mandatory retirement age of 56 in November next year.

President Duterte, at the event, told erring policemen, especially those involved in kidnap-for-ransom activities and illegal drugs trade, that they would be reunited with Dela Rosa at the BuCor.

Dela Rosa’s move to the BuCor was announced by Duterte in December last year, a month before Dela Rosa’s retirement. Duterte extended Dela Rosa’s term to complete some tasks. Early this month, Duterte announced Albayalde will be the next PNP chief.

During the event, the President told Albayalde he does not owe anybody anything.

“It’s your credentials. At kung may papasalamatan ka, ‘yung Diyos (if you have to thank anybody, it’s God), who gave you the life until now to survive the rigors of your occupation as a law enforcer,” he said.

Duterte also told Albayalde that “the most telling recommendation or endorsement” came from his fellow policemen.

Duterte again said when he had asked around about who will replace Dela Rosa, some policemen told him not to consider Albayalde as he is very strict. He said it is for this reason that he chose Albayalde.

On Dela Rosa, the President said among the highlights of his career were  arrest of some 130,000 suspects, surrender of about 1.2 million drug personalities, confiscation of P23 billion worth of illegal drugs, and dismissal of the “more than 85 percent of police officers who were also tested positive for illegal drugs.”

TO-DO LIST

Albayalde said that to have better policemen in the field, he will have recruits undergo training at the Special Action Force before they are deployed to the regions.

He also ordered city and provincial police chiefs to conduct surprise inspections in police stations to check on the readiness of their men, especially during the night.

Albayalde also urged the policemen to work as one so they can achieve the common goal of improving the PNP.

“I will lead by example. I will not demand of you what I cannot demand of myself. I will be with you in the frontlines. Our roles and accountability will be clear at all times,” he said.

He added: “I do not expect your loyalty to me, but I will exact obedience from you. I may be tough, but I am fair. Those who perform their jobs well will be rewarded. Those who betray their oaths and badges will be sanctioned.”

Albayalde thanked the President for giving him the opportunity of serving the country as PNP chief.

 Other movements in the PNP involve Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar, chief of the Quezon City Police District who was named chief of the Southern Tagalog police.

Cascolan’s former post will go to Chief Supt. Ma. O Aplasca, Calabarzon Police chief.

The new QCPD chief if Chief Supt. Joselito Esquivel, executive officer assigned at the PNP Directorate for Intelligence.

Cascolan served in the Davao region during the 22 years Duterte was a mayor there. – With Reuters
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