Pagadian police station ready for inspection PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 September 2012 14:22

Pagadian City Police Station under Supt. Kenneth  H. Mission is ready for the final conduct of Annual General  Inspection- Operational Readiness Test and  Security  Evaluation (AGI-ORSITE) that will be done by the Internal Affairs Service of Camp Crame tentatively on October.

Police Regional Office-9 Human  Resource Development & Doctrine  Division Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy  with Zamboanga del  Sur Police Provincial Office Internal Affairs Service Chief  Supt. Ruel L. Pama conducted the Pre-AGI-ORSITE last Wednsday to Friday and concluded that Pagadian City Police Station has very satisfactory  score.

Supt. Mission said that Pagadian City Police Station has 150 policemen — six officers and 154  troopers. The city has 54 barangays with a population of 173,006. Land area is 36,444.

For security measures, Mission’s command is supported by the Public Safety Company under Supt. Joemarie Albarico, Zamboanga del  Sur Police Provincial Office and the Army’s 1st Tabak Division.

Even though the Pre-AGI-ORSITE Team encountered difficulties like heavy downpour and rugged terrain during the three-day inspection of the different police stations  in Zamboanga del Sur, it was generally successful and each municipal police station was ready for the activity.

Uy thanked Sr. Supt. William Manzan and Supt. Albarico for accompanying him and the team during the three-day inspection.

Uy  reiterated the Letter of instruction of PRO-9 Director Chief Supt. Napoleon R. Estilles to the policemen  in the region which reminds them to be always alert and vigilant while in the performance of duties and responsibilities.

Uy  directed all the policemen to wear their uniform neatly and keep their camps in order and clean.

He also advised them to continue reading books, newspapers and listen to radio and television so that they will be informed of what is going on around the country and in the whole world.

Lastly, Uy urged them to always seek the guidance of the Father almighty  for protection and in making decisions. — Allen Abastillas