CEBU CITY, Philippines—Police Colonel Roderick Mariano, the new chief of the Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO), said he will keep on reinforcing the counter illicit medications activities in Cebu Province during his term.
Mariano formally assumed control over the CPPO on Tuesday morning, June 25, 2019, supplanting Police Colonel Manuel Abrugena, will's identity taking a situation at the National Capital Regional Police Office (NCRPO).
"We will continue the exercises that help maintain the harmony and control," said Mariano, who was recently doled out at the NCRPO.
Among Mariano's arrangements during his term is to fortify the insight units for better tasks.
He might likewise want to improve the participation between the nearby government units (LGUs) and the police so as to keep up harmony and request in the towns and urban areas of Cebu.
Mariano said he will go rounds to speak with the civic chairmen of the towns and urban communities so as to recognize the police procedure in their zones fit to the necessities and issues of the spot.
Mariano plans to likewise proceed with Abrugena's interior purging project to guarantee that the police under CPPO stays trained.
Starting at now, Mariano said there will no reshuffling of the station boss in the area.
Police Brigadier Debold Sinas, the chief of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7), communicated his trust and certainty on Mariano.
Sinas uncovered that before the stylized turn over at the Camp General Arcadio Maxilom, he disclosed to Mariano that the new boss should lead CPPO in his own specific manner.
"I instructed him to not be a clone of Manny (Abrugena). He ought to be his very own authority of CPPO," said Sinas in his discourse during the turnover.
Sinas explicitly taught Mariano to pursue the orders of Director General Oscar Albayalde to proceed with the counter illicit medications tasks.
He likewise reminded the new CPPO executive to abstain from getting cash or gifts from any business substance with fundamental expectations and to never acknowledge cash to ensure medication syndicates