HPG-9 units set to embark on info drive about stolen vehicles PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 October 2010 14:48

In a command conference held on Monday at Camp Batalla, Highway Patrol Group-9 Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy ordered all HPG units in the region to implement the  project of HPG National Director Leonardo Espina involving an information drive to warn prospective buyers of four wheel vehicles and motorcycles  against cheating dealers and sellers of stolen motorvehicles.

The information drive includes the posting of printed materials in the different shopping centers and public places in the region including news dissemination to create awareness among the populace on the proper way to buy legitimate vehicles without falling victims to cheaters and dealers of stolen vehicles.

The campaign is dubbed as “ Pangalagaan ang Perang Pinaghirapan. Bago Bumili ng Segunda Manong Sasakyan. Isangguni muna sa aming Pinakamalapit na Himpilan. Pag-ibayuhin natin ang  ating Pagsisikap sa Pagsugpo sa Kriminalidad”.

Uy reiterated the standing directive of Philippine National Police Chief Director General Raul Bacalzo that every policeman in the country should serve the people with good behavior, right conduct performance and duties with respect to people, good manners and do good unto others.

Policemen under his leadership have received a letter of commendation for exceptional meritorious and valuable service rendered to the people for the month of September in the performance of their official functions in law enforcement on anti-carnapping, anti- highway robbery and anti-hijacking Law and other related laws that resulted in the recovery of six motorvehicles and one motorcycle.

The awardees were Insp. Cesar R. Lopera, Insp. Leopoldo A. Macalindol, SPO4 Nestor Tabuan, SPO4 Nestor Bandigan, SPO4 Wilfredo C. Silva, SPO3 Eddie Lim, SPO2 Elmer S. Jaugin, PO3 Ramalan M. Nor, PO2 Joemar Lacastesantos, PO2 Apolinario P. Vilvestre Jr., PO2 Wilson A. Delos Santos, PO2 Bobby Solis, PO1 Liborio A. Velasco III, PO1 Idris M. Andong and PO1 Janryl Niño P. Limocon.

Uy also directed his unit commanders to work harmoniously with and help the different local leaders under their area of responsibility to combat and fight lawlessness and criminalities and ensure the safety and protection of the populace.