Ayala police station officers, men sacked PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 24 June 2012 14:42

Police Regional Office 9 Director Chief Supt. Napoleon R. Estilles has relieved all officers and personnel of the Ayala Police Station and has required them to undergo a 30-day refresher course on police works and operations at the 9th Regional Special Training Unit in Camp Abendan, Mercedes.

Estilles issued the directive after reviewing the performance of the Ayala Police Station officers and personnel and finding them unsatisfactory and lax in their duties.

It was learned that Estilles’ directive was an offshoot of the recent crackdown on the drug syndicate in Recodo, where authorities discovered a “shabu tiangge” which was found out to be in existence for a long time now. Recodo is under the jurisdiction of the Ayala Police Staion.

Estilles said the training is very important because it will give the policemen the opportunity to learn new things on police works.

The course will remind the Ayala Police Station officers and personnel to stay vigilant and alert at all cost while in the performance of their duties and mission to the community where they are assigned. They will be refreshed on police doctrines on  Makadiyos, Makabayan, Makatao and Makakalikasan.

PRO9 Operations Division Chief Sr. Supt. Roy Bahian disclosed that the former officers and personnel of Ayala Police Station will also undergo a 30-day  Cadet Character Aptitude Development Training.

Ayala Police Station is now manned by troopers of the City Public Safety Company and men of the 9th Regional Public Safety Battalion.

The crackdown in Recodo, carried out by other police units and agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) resulted in the dismantling of the drug syndicate and the arrest of some of its leaders and members. — Allen Abastillas