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Bacolod City, Philippines Saturday, August 22, 2020
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Two towns get new cop chiefs
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

 

The police stations of Pulupandan and Ilog in Negros Occidental have new police chiefs.

Police Maj. Anthony Grande yesterday replaced Capt. Junji Liba as officer-in-charge of the Pulupandan Police Station. Liba has been re-assigned to the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, pending announcement of his new assignment.

Police Capt. Marc Joeil Reclamado is the new officer-in-charge of the Ilog Police Station. His predecessor, Maj. John Ganzon, was also transferred to the NOCPPO headquarters at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. in Bacolod City.

PCol. Romy Palgue, NOCPPO officer-in-charge, yesterday presided over the change of Pulupandan and Ilog police station leaderships at the NOCPPO headquarters while observing COVID-19 health protocols.

Palgue called on Grande and Reclamado to do their best in performing their duties their respective positions, as he commended their predecessors for a job well done.

The need to establish a close and working relationship with local chief executives which should be also accompanied by accomplishments, was also stressed by Palgue, to ensure peace and order.*

 

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