Estilles graces culmination program of Cascading Team held in Pagadian PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 June 2012 15:45

Police Regional Office-9 Director Chief Supt. Napoleon R. Estilles led policemen in the lighting of candles last Friday afternoon during the culmination program of  the Cascading  Team of the Philippine National Police Patrol Plan 2030 held at Camp Abelon, Pagadian City.
The cascading workshop was held for two days — May 31 to June 1.

PRO-9 Chief of Staff Sr. Supt. Cornelio Barrios disclosed that the Cascading Team workshop was attended by all chiefs of police of Zamboanga del Sur under Zamboanga del Sur Police Provincial Office Officer in Charge Sr. Supt. William T. Manzan.

Barrios explained that during the two-day cascading workshop, participants were trained on how to program their one-year budget and expenses for every police station in the whole year operations  like, intelligence and investigation, police community relations on how many targets of dialogues and activities per barangay, operations on crime preventions and solutions and many others.

The Cascading Team workshop is one objective of the PNP on Performance Governance System and part of the transpormation program Patrol Plan 2030.
Under the program, all police stations in the country are required to have a scoreboard in their station and to encode all their data operations and activities in the computers that are rlinked to all Police Regional Offices nationwide.

Meanwhile, Chief Supt. Estilles installed Supt. Kenneth H. Mission last Friday morning as the new chief of police of Pagadian City. Former chief of police Supt. Primitivo P. Lorenzo will go on schooling.

Estilles thanked Pagadian CityMayor Sammy Co for extending his wholehearted support to the police of Pagadian City in their operations to combat and solve crimes and the maintenance of peace and order in the city.

“Without your support mayor and the people, the police will not be successful in their law enforcement of the law,” Estilles said.

He expressed hope that Mayor Co will continue his support to the police for the good of the city. — Allen Abastillas