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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 14:30

Fifteen deserving policemen were the first batch of recognized members of the PNP in the region who were given commendation by the new director of Police Regional Office 9 for the start of the  year 2013.

In yesterday’s celebration of the 19th PNP Ethics Day with the theme “Serbisyong Makatotohanan, Isa’t puso’t Isadiwa Tungo sa Mapayapang Bansa”, Chief Supt. Juanito Vaño,Jr, PRO-9 regional director, cited the accomplishments of the 15 police officers who performed their responsibilities as vanguards of law and order with dedication, serving as example to their coleagues in the organization.

General Vaño said he is true to his word that in his leadership of the command, he will make sure that each and every policeman will be duly recognized and awarded of his meritorious performance.

“We, as policemen, should set as example to everyone, being ethical is doing what the law requires, to follow the standards of behavior our society accepts,” Vaño said.
Pursuant to PNP General Order  number 1500 dated January 7, 2013, “Medalya ng Papuri” was awarded to Supt. William Gadayan, Commander of the Zamboanga City Public Safety Company of Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO), Chief Insp. Jason Apana of the Regional Intelligence Division, Sr. Insp. Joseph Lim of the Anti-Vice Section of ZCPO, Insp. Mark Azur, Chief of FESAGS9, Insp.  Jem Delantes, SPO3 Danny Lamberte, SPO2 Marlowe Jon Buen, SPO1 Julhambri Hadjimuddin, SPO1 Edwin Engtiao, PO2 Mamdo Barahama, SPO1 Muktadir Tahil, PO1 Percival Bosque, SPO1 Jailani Kalbi, PO3 Aminkandra Lagbas and  PO1 Abduhan Jamirin.

“Medalya ng Papuri” is one of the meritorious awards of the PNP recognizing policemen who excel in their given field assignments and command designations as well as became instrumental in leading the neutralization of enemies of the state, illegal activities and other relevant police work which contributed to the accomplishments of their respective commands.

“I know, there are more policemen here in the region who deserve similar awards. Just do your job properly and in accordance with our mandate, and I assure you that you will be given similar commendations,” Vaño said.

He said that Ethics Day is very significant to all policemen to be credible, having a vital role to certify every action or word they utter, as well as the pursuit for excellence and truthful service which involves honesty, respect, passion, leadership, responsibility and ethics. – Bhong Simbajon