Monday, July 7, 2014

Dagupan PNP bags Multiple Awards on P.R Works

 By Mortz C. Ortigoza
DAGUPAN CITY – For bringing the police closer to the people and its various law enforcement impact projects, the police station here bagged a multiple award streaks on police community relation (PCR) this year versus the 47 police stations in Pangasinan.
Christopher Abrahano (left) bested all police chiefs in the
48 police stations in the mammoth Pangasinan province in the
recent 19th Police Community Relations Month held at the
 Provincial Police Office in Lingayen, Pangasinan.
In the awarding rites given at the Provincial Police Office (PPO) in Lingayen, Pangasinan on July 7, PPO Director Raymond Sterling Blanco said the city police station here under the watch of Superintendent Christopher Abrahano, a member of Philippine National Police Academy class 1996, received the following prizes:  Best police community Relation (PCR) police commissioned of the year that was given to Abrahano; Best PCR police non-commissioned officer given to PO2 Lotis bDacoco; and Best city police station.
The three plaques won by the Dagupan City Police Station.

“For the outstanding accomplishment in the implementation of PCR programs, impact projects, and bringing the people closer to the police immensely contributing to the attainment of the Philippine National Police mission,” said by the plaudits engraved on the three trophies signed by Director Blanco that he awarded to Abrahano.

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