Thursday, January 1, 2015

Police Chiefs Man Their Post During New Year's Revelry

Personnel of P'nan Biggest Blog dropped by last January 31, 2014 at several police stations in the 48 Cities and Towns of Pangasinan to see if the police chiefs have been at their post to welcome the New Year.

MANAOAG . Blog administrator Mortz C. Ortigoza (extreme left) asked
 how Manaoag town Police Station's chief Chief Inspector Ed
 Revita and his policemen prepared their security measures in
welcoming the New Year and the influx of the the Pilgrims in
the Pilgrim's Town. Extreme Right is Supt. Genaro Sapiera,
Pangasinan Police Provincial Office's Deputy for Provincial
Director for Administration. PHOTO HAROLD BARCELONA

DAGUPAN CITY. Dagupan City's Police Supt. Cris Abrahano answers questions to members

of the media how he prepares his policemen on the New Year's Eve. He said that 
comes January 2, 2015 he would be leading the firearm muzzle inspection and
unsealing at the Dagupan City Police Station.

SAN CARLOS CITY. Meeting around 6 PM of January 31, 2014 San 
Carlos City Chief of Police Supt. Charles Umayam (PNPA 2000) 
(extreme right) at his office. Officer at the center is Senior Inspector Zafra.

POZORRUBIO. In a huddle with new Pozurrobio Police Chief Chief
 Inspector Ryan Manongdo (PNPA 2005). Manongdo, who barely 
warmed his seat as top cop, impressed the town mayor Art Chan
 after he and his men swooped on the lairs of illegal drug pushers 
and locked many of them at the jail of the town.

Illegal pyrotechnics and firecrackers seized by San Carlos City Police on January 31, 2014

With San Carlos City, Pangasinan Chief of Police Supt. Charles Umayam (PNPA 2000). 
We called him in this blog as "Scripture Joe" for his being a born again Christian. A Baptist, 
the soft spoken Umayam tamed the rambunctious 86 barangays strong City considered
 once as cattle rustling and Wild West City where gun men proliferate the streets.

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