Reforms to go on in PNP—Purisima

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Philippine National Police Deputy Director General Alan Purisima. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Incoming Philippine National Police Director General Alan Purisima on Sunday vowed to continue the reform programs of his predecessor, Director General Nicanor Bartolome.

Purisima, who takes his oath as the 18th PNP chief before President Aquino on Tuesday, summed up his reform agenda for the 148,000-strong organization as “CODE P”—competence, organizational reforms, discipline, excellence and professionalism.

“I think we need these qualities for us to meet the expectations of the communities. We will also work on bringing the PNP closer to the people,” he told the Inquirer.

Purisima was a member of the Presidential Security Group that guarded Mr. Aquino’s family during the military coups in the administration of his mother, President Corazon Aquino. Marlon Ramos

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  • pulis

    Ang porma mo sus santa Maria Purisima, parang Jueteng Lord!

    • batangpaslit

      hehehe…dimo sia Boss?

  • tata_boy

    ngiting aso si Purisima, mukhang naglalaway na sa weekly payola mula sa jueteng

  • Fulpol

    many say, this guy is incompetent… i hope they are wrong…

    but he looks like a “clown” to me.. 

    • Bengatibo

      Don’s be deceived by physical features, he won’t be appointed to the 148,000 strong PNP if he is not competent. It would make the ones who appointed him a laughing stock. Let’s just see if he performs well. There are to sides of the coin, listen to the other side as well

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/55XNXOYBNF6BG3EWOM5V4YMWXM Pedro

    NAKU PO !!  ANOTHER  USELESS  ACRONYM  NA  NAMAN !  TAPOS SASABIT  DIN  SA JUETENG  AT  SA  MGA  KICKBACKS   PAGDATING  NG  ORAS !!  OK, BAKIT  DI NYO  GAWING  CODEH P ?   YUNG  H    STANDS  FOR  HONESTY !!  WALANG  SUHOL  GALING  SA  JUETENG, DROGA  AT  WALANG  KICKBACKS !! 

    By the way General, kung talagang seryoso ka na ma- reporma talaga ang bulok na PNP, lansagin mo na rin yang mga bata-bata system sa mga PNP units. Ito yung grupo ng mga pulis na sumu-sweldo lang kung 15th at 30th of the month pero hindi talaga nagta-trabaho. Ang ginagawa lang nila ay maging atsoy o taga-pangasiwa ng mga illegal at maging legal na business ng commanding officer ng unit. Kawawa ang taong bayan !!

  • Rovingmoron

    Please include in your CODE P, the reversal to an old policy that would allow applicants with at least 72 college units to join the police force. By the way, you can also strengthen the PNP’s intelligence operations by way of peeking on the illegal activities, not only of insurgents, but of your own men, particularly those suspected of being involved in the illegal numbers games. Don’t wait for the media to uncover them first because the image of the PNP is put at stake.

  • Summerspice

    Let’s see if he is better than General Bartolome.Good luck PNP!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4R3GZTGML26TV2VGS6RVHP2THM Fred

    What a nice agenda but we want to see positive results.
    You now have to prove that you deserve your promotion.

  • dong666

    are u sure

  • dong666

    Are u sure mr. general baka lalago uli ang jueting hehehe

  • Qwxyz

    sana sir sa mga salitang binibitawan nyo ay tuloytuloy hanggang sa kalooblooban ng inyong konsensya, hindi panglabas lang.

  • dong666

    Sir General sarap ng ngiti nyo medyo parang may inahiwatig ka. parang hndi thousand tagapin mo ngayn million hehehehe balato nman dyan
     

  • dong666

    siguro nman general alam nyo yng mga bata ni gov espino mga skalawag police galing kayo dyan
     

  • batangsulpok

    Lahat naman PNP Chief ay ganyan ang sinasabi pag naupo sa puwesto pero may nabago ba, wala kundi tuloy tuloy ang pagyaman nila?

  • pepito gwaps

    Malalaman mo kung mahusay yong hepe kung marami ang magagit na pulis na malaki ang tyan.

  • boybakal

    Reforms to go on in PNP—Purisima….

    As they say, the same as usual.
    Pag may bagong upo, reform. reform and reform.
    Kaya laging bulilyaso, laging reform, bat di na lang ipagpatuloy ang reform ni Bartolome.
    Hilong hilo at litong lito na ang mga pulis sa panay na reform.

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

      “Hilong hilo at litong lito na ang mga pulis sa panay na reform.”

      Baka naman puro reform reform reform, yun na lang ang ginagawa, kaya tuloy, di na nagagampanan ang talagang trabaho nila, aside from hilong talilong sila as you have said.

  • KonsensyaNgBayan

    “We will also work on bringing the PNP closer to the people.” Is that means more Kidnapping, Killings, Extortion, Robbery, Hold-Up, Illegal Jueteng, Illegal Sexual Act Shows, Peddling of Illegal Drugs…For Allan Purisima and his gang…Business is back and it will soon be open…Let Us Brace for the Worst….

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/CFZ2Q7RFJ6PWRYMM3NJ7JB4KSE Dynamic

    In God we trust,the rests are blinded with cash.Combination of old and new are of the same that only comes anew.

  • EdgarEdgar

    Welcome to the revolving door Purisima. Enjoy your jueteng payola.

  • kimo211

    nadinig  na  namin  pauliulit….mula  sa  inyong  lahat na  generals,,,,reform,,,,reform….action  lang  boss ang  kailangan.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

    Abe Purisima este Purisima sana wag puro dada at pa POGI nalangf. aksyon agad.

  • Kabudlay

    Reform? What reform? Meron ba naging reform? Lahat ng naging pnp chief yan ang sinabi..
    Baka naman hindi reform ang nasaisip kundi…JUETENG PAYOLA..

  • batangpaslit

    kung ang photograph pag basihan, parang walang bearing si DG as DG, PNP
    ano reforms kaya ang magawa nia eh…halos lahat nag ng Chief, PNP simula kay Pres Cory ay hindi inaabutan ng hight na isang taon sa tour of duty nila.

  • disqusted0fu

     blah blah blah was all i read. welcome to the kkk, Purisima. you may now enjoy all the benefits of being part of the company.

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