Casimiro reshuffles key police officers PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 14:23

by Bhong Simbajon

 

The Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) has reshuffled  its key officers under a special order issued by City Police Director Sr. Supt.Angelito Casimiro.

Casimiro said that his move is part of the efforts to maximize and revitalize the service of all the officers under his command.

Also it is an opportunity to challenge the performing and non-performing officers in their respective assignments in which the aspiring ones can give their best and the existing ones to excel more.

In ZCPO Special Order Number 222 dated August 31, 2015, Supt. Ricardo Garcia, chief of Sta. Maria Police Station, was re-assigned to Traffic Division of ZCPO. Supt. Heywin Salvado of Police Station 6 in Tetuan was transferred to the Sta. Maria Police Station 7. Supt. Nonito Asdai was relieved as chief of Administrative Branch and was designated chief of Tetuan Police Station 6.  Chief Inspector Joel Tuttuh of Sangali Polie Station was re-assigned to the Administrative Branch of the ZCPO while Chief Inspector Garry Bahoy took over Tuttuh’s position as chief of Sangali. Senior Inspector Jeronimo Milosa ws relieved from the Intelligence Section and was designated to head the Anti-Vice and City Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force (CAIDSOTF) effective today.

Casimiro hopes that the re-assignments an designations of the police officers will serve as a morale booster to all of them as well as men under his command, and to give them more enthusiasm in performing their mandate in serving and protecting the people of the entire city.

Moreover, Casimiro is also looking over the respective scorecards and accomplishments of each police station under ZCPO, in order to conduct a thorough evaluation in the performance of their respective jobs.

He appealed to the different stakeholders, the barangay leaders and the ordinary citizens to freely reach out to his office and extend their respective assessment, complaints or appreciations of the policemen deployed in their communities. — Bhong Simbajon/RMN News