The National Police Commission (Napolcom) has awarded the government’s community partners in the implementation of peace and order and development programs in the country as a show of gratitude and appreciation for their efforts.
Napolcom Vice Chairman and Executive Officer Vitaliano Aguirre II said the awarding was made during the 55th Anniversary of the agency wherein the occasion was also done virtually in observation of the government’s quarantine protocols.
Dr. Manuel Go was given the Community Service Award for his assistance to the Napolcom for more than two decades as Chairman of the Corrections Pillar of the its Technical Committee on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (TCCPCJ).
“His untiring commitment and demonstration of close cooperation and support as former Chairman of the TCCPCJ Corrections Pillar has led to the successful implementation of the government’s crime prevention policies and criminal justice programs, particularly the Unified After-Care Referral/Monitoring System and Program for former Persons Deprived of Liberty,” said Aguirre.
A plaque of recognition was also presented to Ms. Joselen B. Pabillo for her support to the National Crime Prevention Week-Technical Working Committee (NCPW-TWC) contribution and active involvement in the conduct of Crime Prevention Seminar and Awareness Drive in schools.
Also awarded were the National Telecommunications Commission, Globe Telecom, and Smart Communications for their invaluable support extended to the Napolcom during the conduct of its online surveys on “Public Perception of Police Checkpoints During the Community Quarantine Period” and the “2021 Public Perception of Community Safety”.
“Their assistance in disseminating the surveys through broadcast messaging services contributed immensely in obtaining valuable information from the public on how to improve police services and strengthen public trust in developing community-police partnerships, especially during the pandemic,” said Aguirre.
Police Col. Allan C. Nobleza, Acting Deputy Regional Director for Administration, PRO 6, and Police Col. Emma M. Libunao, Assistant Chief, PIO, Office of the Chief, PNP, were also awarded for their active involvement in their duties and responsibilities as members of the Napolcom Test Development Committee and Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Test Development Committee.
Another plaque of appreciation was presented to Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. for its partnership in imparting valuable learning assistance and knowledge to Napolcom Central and Regional Employees through the Capability-Building Webinar Program.
Awards and commendations were also given to Napolcom model supervisors and associates, Loyalty Awardees and retirees.