Negros Occidental Gov Marañon says provincial gov’t remains committed to PNP advocacies
The Negros Occidental provincial government, under Governor Alfredo Marañon, Jr., remains committed in supporting the advocacies of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
The politiko made this assurance during PNP New Year’s Call to the Governor led by Senior Supt. William Señoron, Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOCPPO) head, held last January 11 at Nature’s Village Resort in Talisay City.
“Do not hesitate to come to us and tell us your problems so we can talk and solve them together,” the Negros Occidental governor added.
The New Year’s Call was attended by NOCPPO’s Command Group, staff officers, special staff, and the chiefs of police of the 12 component cities and 19 municipalities of Negros Occidental.
Marañon also lauded the dedication and good performance of the NOCPPO in the past year, congratulating the police force for a job well done in maintaining the peace and order situation in the province.
“I always believe that a place can never progress if there is no peace,” the Negros Oriental governor said.
“As 2017 starts with its new challenges at work, it is also a time to pay a new year’s call to the highest official of the province,” he added.
From July 1 to December 31, a total of 14,882 drug personalities surrendered to NOCPPO, including 12,663 users and 2,219 pushers.
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