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Ex-Manila police chief Danao now Calabarzon top cop

By: - Reporter / @KHallareINQ
/ 08:07 PM October 23, 2019

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NOW: PNP OIC, PLtGen Archie Francisco Gamboa presides the Turn Over of Command Ceremony of Police Regional Office 4A between outgoing Regional Director PBGen Edward Carranza and incoming Regional Director PBGen Vicente Danao, Jr. in Camp Vicente Lim, Laguna

Posted by Philippine National Police on Tuesday, October 22, 2019

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MANILA, Philippines — Brig. Gen. Vicente Danao Jr., former chief of the Manila Police District, is now the regional director of the Calabarzon Police Regional Office.

Danao formally took the helm in a turnover ceremony held in Camp Vicente Lim in Calamba, Laguna on Wednesday, replacing Brig. Gen. Edward Carranza.

The ceremony was led by Philippine National Police officer-in-charge Lt. Gen. Archie Gamboa.

In a statement, Danao said that he would implement Oplan Litis, which aims to discipline scalawag officers.

Danao was also the chief of the Davao City Police Station during the time of then-Mayor Rodrigo Duterte until 2016. He took over the MPDA top post in November 2018.

READ: Former Davao police chief is new head of Manila police force

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