Estilles urges police chiefs to be vigilant, alert, security conscious PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 14 July 2012 14:22

Police Regional Office-9 Director Chief Supt.  Napoleon R. Estilles has directed all police  commanders in the region to always remind the people to be extra vigilant, alert and security conscious at all times.

Estilles advised the police commanders to tell the people that they should take as lessons some isolated incidents that happened in the past and make things better for the good of the region.

The police regional director issued his directive during the second  semester command conference yesterday morning.

Estilles explained that working with the people and the local government unit in each area of jurisdiction is very important for a peaceful community.
He reminded the police commanders to conduct police visibility patrols in all convergence of people, entry and exit of each area and coasts in each command.

Estilles said the people can send information to the police through the website of PRO-9 if there are suspected lawless elements in their area so that the police can arrest the latter. They can send the information  anonymously at ph

Estilles also reiterated the action program of Philippine National Police Chief Director General Nicanor Bartolome for the commanders to continue to confiscate illegal firearms.

He revealed that two owners of guns in the region were already identified with their guns having been used in crime activities. The guns were examined through ballistic and forensic examinations and it was found positive. Their names were withheld so that it will not jeopardize ongoing investigation.

Police commanders were also directed to arrest illegal loggers.

“Let’s not wait for flasfloods to come and let’s continue to preserve and protect the environment,”Estilles urged.

PRO9 Chief of Staff Sr. Supt.  Cornelio Barrios reminded police commanders to prepare a weekly report  for submission to Chief Supt. Estilles on the illegal use of plate numbers and  dark  covered glass motorcycle drivers. — Allen Abastillas