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PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievement in Various Police Operations and Other Laudable Acts PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievem
Authority: PSUPT CHITADEL CARANDANG GAOIRAN Chief, Regiona Public Information Office Police Regional Office 4- CALABARZON Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna 0917-8002448/0917-8755957 Email: pio_pro4a@yahoo.com.ph Facebook: rpiocalabarzon@yahoo.com.ph Twitter: @rpiopro4a PR NO. 54-2016 May 23, 2016 (Monday) PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievement in  Various Police Operations and Other Laudable Acts  Camp Vicente Lim - The Police Regional Office CALABARZON  personnel received various medals during the traditional  Monday Flag Raising Ceremony held at this camp. The  awardees were recognized for their involvement and  meritorious accomplishment during the conduct of SAFE 2016,  police operations and other commendable accomplishments.  One noteworthy was the recent accomplishment of Cavite  particularly Bacoor City Police Station wherein more r less 10  kilos and 400 grams of suspected shabu were confiscated and  4 suspects were arrested during a buy-bust operation  conducted on May 17, 2016 at Park Homes, Brgy. Queensrow,  West Central, Bacoor City. Anaother remarkable deed that was given recognition was the  act of the couple police officers namely PO2 Raymond L  Matundan and PO1 Mary Joy M Matundan both members of  Talisay Municipal Police Station of Batangas Police Provincial  Office who displayed honesty and dedication by bringing back  without hesitations to the owner of the lost pouch bag in May  14, 2016, containing large amount of money, passbook, ATM  Cards and other valuable belongings owned by Mrs. Teresa De  Leon Maravilla of Brgy. Sto. Tomas, Batangas. The story of the  couple were already featured in various TV program both local  and national and was also liked by netizens i  the social media  after it went viral. They were also given recognition by the local  government of Taisay for such exemplary display of character.  The awards were presented by PRO4A Officer-In-Charge  PCSUPT Ronald V Santos assisted by Regional Chief  Directorial Staff PSSUPT Bernabe M. Balba. 
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CALABARZON’s Fire Cracker incidents down by 39%  Camp BGen Vicente P Lim – The Police Regional Office CALABARZON recorded a decrease by 39% percent in Fire Cracker injuries and other  related incidents such as fire incidents. Figures show that a total of 139 incidents were recorded from the period December 16, 2017 to January 2, 2018 compared to the 229 incidents  covering the same period last year. The incident on indiscriminate firing had increased from 2 to 6 incidents this year however, there were no  reported PNP personnel involved in the said incidents. Meanwhile, fire crackers amounting to P215, 850.00 were confiscated during the conduct of checkpoints and other police operations against selling and use of illegal fire crackers. This includes the confiscation of assorted illegal fire crackers in an operation conducted on December 29, 2017 at  San Pablo City Laguna where four (4) Chinese Nationals were arrested. “The decrease of fire cracker incidents could be attributed on the intensified campaign of the government specially the Philippine National Police in  cooperation with other agencies such as the Bureau of Fire Protection, the DILG, DOH, and other concerned agencies,” said CALABARZON  Director PCSUPT Ma. O R Aplasca.  Piccolo was still the most prevalent fire cracker recorded to have injured the victims. “Pinapasalamatan din naming ang aming mga kababayan na nakiisa at sumuporta sa aming pinaigting na kampanya. Kung hindi rin po sa kanilang  kooperasyon ay hindi po naming mapapababa ng malaki an gaming datos,” RD Aplasca added.(PIO- PRO4A)
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