Bataan cop chief relieved over sexual harassment complaint

BALANGA CITY — Supt. Marcelo Dayag, Bataan police director, has been relieved from his post following a complaint of harassment filed by a policewoman whose identity was withheld.

Director General Oscar Albayalde, chief of the Philippine National Police, on Saturday said Dayag was “under investigation for a sexual harassment case.”


Sources at the Camp Tolentino Police Headquarters here said Sr. Supt. Villamor Tuliao, chief of the PNP Women and Children Protection Center anti-trafficking in persons division, ordered the relief of Dayag.

Dayag was transferred to the regional personnel holding and accounting unit of the police regional office in Camp Olivas, Pampanga.

The Inquirer sought comments from Dayag but has yet to receive a reply.

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