De Ocampo reshuffles 11 key police officials PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 January 2012 18:12

City Police Director Sr. Supt. Edwin De Ocampo yesterday reshuffled the 11 key police officials under him.

Supt. Hado Edding was relieved as chief of the Ayala Police Station and was designated as deputy city director for operations based at the City Police Office.

Supt. Albert Larubis was designated as the deputy city director for administration from being the chief of station of Tetuan Police Station.

Chief Insp. Antonio Duruin Jr. was relieved as chief of the Curuan Police Station and was assigned as the new chief of the Ayala Police Station.

Chief Insp. Ricardo Garcia was relieved as head of the Police Community Relation and was designated as the new chief of the Curuan Police Station.

Chief Insp. Haywien Salvado was relieved as head of the Operation Branch and was designated as the new chief of the Divisoria Police Station.

Chief Insp. Felix Martinez was designated as the new chief of Tetuan Police Station from being the chief of the Sta. Maria Police Station.

Chief Insp. Larry Domingo was relieved from the Patrol Section and was reassigned as the new OIC chief of the Sta. Maria Police Station.

Chief Insp. Hadjiri Langgal was designated as the chief of the Operation Branch.

Sr. Insp. Noel Lozano was relieved from the Divisoria Police Station and was designated as the new chief of the Police Community Relation.

Sr. Insp. Domingo Arguilla was relieved from the Administration Branch and was reassigned as the new chief of the Patrol Section.

Insp. Odessa Yaral was relieved from the Women and Children Section and was designated as the OIC of the Administration Branch. 

De Ocampo said the reassignment of the 11 police officials is part of the PNP program seeking to improve the PNP service to  the public. — Dan Toribio Jr.