Daily Star logoTop Stories

Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Front Page
Star Business
Star Life
People & Events

1,190 cop officers in WV promoted


The Police Regional Office 6 reported yesterday that 1,190 of its personnel, including 344 assigned in Bacolod City and different parts of Negros Occidental, were promoted to higher ranks.

The pinning of rank insignias were simultaneously done yesterday in all city and provincial police offices in Region 6, aside from the PRO 6 headquarters at Camp Macario Peralta in Jamindan, Capiz.

Of the promoted police personnel, 43 were police commissioned officers and 1,147 were police non-commissioned police officers, Lt. Col. Joem Malong, spokesperson of the Western Visayas police, said.

Col. Romeo Baleros, provincial police director of Negros Occidental, who led the pinning of rank insignias on the promoted police personnel, reminded them to avoid involvement in illegal drugs and other wrongdoings.

Promotion is not a privilege but will serve as inspiration and motivation, Baleros stressed.

Ninety personnel assigned at the Bacolod City Police Office were promoted to the next higher rank, its spokesman, Lt. Col. Ariel Pico, said.

Col. Marlon Tayaba, chief of the PRO6 directorial staff, who led the pinning of rank insignias on promoted police officers at Camp Martin Delgado in Iloilo City, also said that their rank is not just a decoration, it symbolizes bigger responsibilities.*


back to top

Front Page | Opinion | Business | Sports
Star Life | People & Events| Archives | Advertise
Top Stories
ButtonSugar import liberalization now on hold, Zubiri says
ButtonCity to seek COA resolution on landfill property cases
Button1,190 cop officers in WV promoted
ButtonGuv inking pork ban ordinance
ButtonSaril Bacolod Comelec OIC
Button‘Digong never sincere on Leni’
ButtonP4.3B budget okay set
ButtonCity seeks DILG opinion on vendors’ holiday plea
ButtonArmy, NPA clash in Himamaylan again
ButtonSilay homeowners ink contracts
ButtonToboso drug suspect killed
ButtonFOI roadshow up