PRO-9 chief urges police to be more aggressive PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 26 January 2013 14:24

Police Regional Office-9 Director Chief Supt. Juanito Vaño, Jr. has urged the entire police force in Zamboanga Peninsula to adopt more aggressive measures to enforce the law bound by their duties as police authorities.

First is the strict implementation of the total gun ban is in place as imposed by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in the country relative to the elections on May this year.

General Vaño recently started his rounds of the different police provincial commands in the region to ensure the proper tasking and deployment of troops in performing their respective duties.

“I want each and every policeman to be more aggressive in their job, more enhanced implementation of the imposed Comelec gun ban and the arrest of criminals to be intensified,” Vaño said.

PRO-9 led the organization of the Regional Election Monitoring Action Center (REMAC) in coordination with Comelec to to come up  with more aggressive and timely monitoring of election-related incidents as well as the progress of the peace and order condition in this part of the region relative to political activities.

In a command conference at the Zamboanga Sibugay Police Provincial Office. Vaño stressed to the PNP officials in the area led by Sr.Supt. Jonathan Perez the importance of more aggressive efforts in pursuing their duties as law enforcers.

Vaño directed Perez and his men to increase the number of apprehension of wanted criminals, the serving of warrant of arrests and the conduct of police operations relative to their present operational priorities in the province.
Vaño also made an ocular inspection on how the policemen in the province conduct their spot and mobile checkpoints and visibility patrols. – Bhong Simbajon