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Thursday, January 4, 2024

Agusan Sur cops receive performance recognition

PROSPERIDAD, Agusan del Sur – The Agusan del Sur Provincial Police Office (ADSPPO), under the leadership of Provincial Director Police Colonel Jovito C. Canlapan, conducted the awarding of deserving PNP personnel with the Provincial Police Strategy Management Unit (PPSMU) and Provincial Forensic Unit (PFU) as offices primary responsible (OPR) on December 11, 2023, at the ADSPPO Parade Ground, Camp D.O. Plaza, Patin-ay, Prosperidad, this province.

In recognition of outstanding operational achievements during the period of November 27 to December 3, 2023, San Luis Municipal Police Station (MPS) clinched the no. 1 spot as the top-performing police station. 

Prosperidad MPS secured the second spot, while La Paz MPS and Rosario MPS were acknowledged as the third in the ranking.

Additionally, certificates of commendation were awarded to non-uniformed personnel (NUP) Glacy C Bustalino, who exerted effort in the submission of PSMU compliances for the month of November 2023.

Certificate of commendation was also given to 1st Agusan del Sur Provincial Mobile Force Company (ADSPMFC), led by PLtCol. Nelson C. Nelmida, and 2nd ADSPMFC, led by PLtCol. Feluvini R. Consuegra, for achieving the highest rating in monthly PPSMU compliance submissions in November 2023.

Aside from recognizing high-performing police stations for the specified period, a certificate of motivation was also given to the least-performing unit, which was hereby presented to Loreto MPS to encourage improvement on productivity.

Police Major Bryan Cres G. Campos, officer-in-charge of PFU, expressed, "I am proud to announce that the ADSPPO are already at 100 percent complete in the conduct of random drug tests in our AOR with negative results."

"Let's be positive not on drugs, nor on COVID 19, but let's be positive in every aspect of Life," added Campos.

Meanwhile, PCol. Canlapan urged all Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel in the province to continue to perform their best in serving the general public.

This is in line with the learning and growth perspective of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 under the objective of developing a competent, well-motivated and value-oriented police personnel and organization in relation to the transformation program of the organization. (ADSPPO/PIA-Agusan del Sur)