PNP reshuffles 15 sr. officers
Fifteen senior officials in the Philippine National Police (PNP) have been reshuffled one month ahead of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s assumption after posts were left vacant following the retirement of some officials.
PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. Wilben Mayor said the movement of senior officials to lateral positions is part of the normal reassignment of police personnel.
“It’s part of the normal reshuffle since some police officials have retired from the police service. That’s part of the career movement of our officers,” he said in a press briefing in Camp Crame on Thursday.
The reshuffle orders issued recently affected 15 police officials with the ranks of senior and chief superintendent.
Among those affected by the reassignment were: Chief Supt. Ronald Santos, who was reassigned from Calabarzon police regional office to Civil Security Group (CSG) as deputy director;
Chief Supt. Abad Osit, who was reassigned from CSG as deputy director to the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations in the Visayas as executive officer;
Chief Supt. Valfrie Tabian, who was reassigned from the Negros Island region as deputy regional director for administration to the Calabarzon police regional office as officer-in-charge;
Senior Supt. Timoteo Pacleb, who was reassigned from the Central Luzon police regional office to the Calabarzon police regional office as deputy regional director for administration;
Senior Supt. Charlo Collado, who was reassigned to the Intelligence Group to the Northern Mindanao police regional office as deputy regional director for administration;
Senior Supt. Ramon Purruganan, who was reassigned from the Communication Electronic Services to the Directorate for Comptrollership as executive officer;
Chief Supt. Archie Gamboa, who was reassigned from the Directorate for Logistics as executive director to the Directorate for Logistics as deputy director.
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