Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Patrolling according to NCRPO


Last week (September), Philippine Daily Inquirer blared “70% of Metro cops to go on street patrol” quoting NCRPO and citing the directive of The Chief as the ultimate source.  It added that Director General Ricardo Marquez wants “rookies—those ranked Police Officer 1—on patrol duty instead of keeping them in precincts”

This is a very laudable move of the PNP, specifically the NCRPO under PCSUPT Joel Pagdilao.  I just hope that they consider my previous article about patrolling, most especially this http://pulisnapogi.blogspot.com/2015/08/naisip-ko-lang-bigla-ito.html. 

By the way hindi ito sa NCRPO ha.  Wala lang ako makita na picture sa internet na NCRPO cops on patrol.  Hanap pa muna ako...


 My bottomline is that the PNP should realize that patrolling is not actually for rookies ALONE.  The most important thing in patrolling nowadays is the supervisory component provided by the PCOs and senior PNCOs because in patrolling, aside from the basics, the people expects the police to be this:

The citizen expects police officers to have the wisdom of Solomon, the courage of David, the strength of Samson, the patience of Job, the leadership of Moses, the kindness of the Good Samaritan, the faith of Daniel, the tolerance of the Carpenter of Nazareth, and, finally, an intimate knowledge of every branch of the natural, biological, and social sciences. If he had all of these, he might be a good policeman.

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Kaibigan

Katuwang

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I SUGGEST THE PNP REQUIRE ALL PERSONNEL WITH THE RANK OF SUPERINTENDENT AND BELOW TO ACTUALLY GO ON PATROL PERIODICALLY AND ACTUALLY EXPECT RESULTS:  PCR ACTIVITIES, INTERVENTION ACTIVITIES, AND MOST ESPECIALLY ACTUAL ARREST OF CRIMINAL AS SHOWN BY THE AFFIDAVITS OF ARREST THAT THEY PERSONALLY SIGNED!

Actual paminsan minsan


Para maiapply ang training...

This will not happen if the officers actually know what their patrol people are doing on the ground!


Nasan kaya ang opisyal ng mga ito para mabatukan?  (Hindi sa NCRPO to ha.)

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