Friday, February 14, 2020

Zambo cops praised!

LOCAL MAYOR Beng Climaco praised the Zamboanga City Police Office for its many accomplishments, especially in the campaign against illegal drugs and anti-smuggling in support to the efforts of the government in putting a stop to the nefarious activities.

The Zamboanga City Police Office headed by Colonel Thomas Joseph Martir also received an incentive from the local government for a “job well done.”


 Mayor Beng Climaco poses with Zamboanga police chief Colonel Thomas Joseph Martir, Major Rolly Joaquino, the operations chief of the local police force, and police spokesman Captain Edwin Duco after the chief executive handed over the incentive at City Hall and witnessed by Rafael Derick Evangelista III, Supervising Transportation Regulation Officer at the Integrated Bus Terminal. (Giana Andrion)
Martir was accompanied by Major Rolly Joaquino, the operations chief of the local police force, and police spokesman Captain Edwin Duco when Climaco handed over the incentive at City Hall and witnessed by Rafael Derick Evangelista III, Supervising Transportation Regulation Officer at the Integrated Bus Terminal.

“The success of the ZCPO in the field of operations, to include the campaign against illegal drugs and smuggling, as well as campaign against criminality contribute to the overall peace and order situation in the city,” Climaco said.

Last year, Climaco also led government officials and civil employees in feting the Zamboanga City Police Office for winning the coveted award as “Best City Police Office” by the Philippine National Police.

Climaco rolled out the red carpet for the members of the police force led Martir and 11 station commanders in a well-praised public ceremony in front of the City Hall as a gesture of the local government’s appreciation to the dedicated service of the police.

The Zamboanga City Police Office was named “Best City Police Office” during the celebration of the 118th Police Service Anniversary at Camp Crame in Quezon City.

The mayor thanked the police force for their efforts in keeping Zamboanga safe in collaboration with other security forces. She said their hard work resulted to zero bombing and zero kidnappings the past years. After the ceremony, Climaco invited Martir and other police officials to a breakfast at City Hall and handed them cash incentives as a show of appreciation for their efforts.

Martir praised and thanked Climaco for her strong support to the police force and vowed to continue working hard - just like the mayor - to keep Zamboanga and its residents safe and secure.

The Police Regional Office 9 in Zamboanga City also won the “Best Regional Mobile Force Battalion” and Captain Allan Benedict Rosete as “Best Junior Police Commissioned Officer for Operation.”

Climaco said the City Government has allocated some P1.2 billion for the security sector over the last 5 years in line with the local government’s priority thrust on Security, Health and Education (S.H.E.) program. It was only during the administration of Climaco that the Zamboanga City Police Office received so much vehicles and other equipment and financial support from the local government.

Climaco said the S.H.E. program will remain her top priority to ensure public order and safety as she vowed to make Zamboanga one of the most progressive and peaceful cities in the South. For the past 6 years of her administration, the City Government had spent about P2.272 billion for the education sector, and P661 million for health, P1.427 billion for security, P585 million for social services and P3.55 billion for barangay development programs. (Zamboanga Post)


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