Tuesday Jul, 23 2019 02:55:15 PM

South Cotabato town police chief, 12 men relieved

Local News • 19:45 PM Fri Jul 12, 2019
180
By: 
Debbie Salario/Radyo Bida
For illustration only

TANTANGAN, South Cotabato - Temporaryong inilipat sa ibang Police Station ang 13 pulis ng Tantangan Municipal Police Station, kabilang ang Chief of Police nito na si Capt. Romeo Albano Jr. dahial wala sila sa pwesto nang magsagawa ng surprise inspection ang National Police Commission (Napolcom).

Ayon kay Provincial Director ng South Cotabato Police Colonel Joel B. Limson, ang surprise inspection ay bahagi ito ng internal cleansing sa PNP.

Sa panayam naman ng Radyo Bida-Koronadal kay National Police Commission Acting Regional Director Veronica C. Hatague, magsisilbing leksyon ang nasabing inspection sa ibang police station sa rehiyon para gampanan ng tapat ang sinumpaang tungkulin.

Binigyang diin din ni Hatague ang katagang "To Serve and Protect" kayat dapat palaging on alert ang mga pulis sa lahat ng pagkakataon.

NDBC BIDA BALITA (7.23.19)

NEWSCAST

JULY 23, 2019 (TUE)
7:00 AM

HEADLINES:

1. BARANGAY CHAIRMAN, patay habang...

Power outages cut peoples view of Duterte’s SONA

KIDAPAWAN CITY  – Residents of Kidapawan City and nearby towns of Makilala and Mlang in North Cotabato were dismayed by the turned of events while...

Kidapawan Muay Thai boxers win gold in Butuan tourney

KIDAPAWAN CITY  – Muay Thai boxers from Kidapawan City made its presence felt in the Mindanao leg of Philippine championships recently in Butuan...

Displaced persons revisit home in Marawi affected areas

MARAWI CITY - Escorted by soldiers, 700 displaced families revisited their homes in Marawi affected areas on June 20.

“Soldiers provided...

Soldier hailed for honesty in Zambo City

ZAMBOANGA CITY - He is a well-rounded warrior with exceptional skills, an epitome of a true soldier living up to the Armed Forces of the...