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PRO 10’s 425 new police recruits

Members of Police Regional Office 10 headed by PCSUPT LYNDEL A DESQUITADO, Acting Regional Director and the PNP Regional Screening Committee formally witnessed the reception of 425 police recruits who after completing the six (6) long months of tedious processing and validation of their mental, medical and physical fitness, were turned over to the Regional Training Center 10 to start their one (1) year training. One hundred-nine (109) of them represent the female recruits.

21st Police Community Relations Month Celebration

Flag Raising Ceremony was conducted coinciding with the Kick-Off Celebration of the 21st Police Community Relations Month with the theme: "Matatag na Ugnayan, Ligtas na Pamayanan" with Dir. Joseph D. Gonzalo, MNSA, CESO III, Regional Director, NAPOLCOM 10 as Guest of Honor and Speaker (GOHS) held on June 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM at the Regional Headquarters, Grandstand, Camp 1Lt. Vicente G Alagar, Cagayan de Oro City.

PNP PRO10 Personnel to Undergo Mandatory Drug Tests

Apart from the anti-illegal drugs initiatives and policies of the PNP through the Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG), President-elect Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte, known for his hardline approach against criminality and illegal drugs, urges the conduct of mandatory drug testing among PNP personnel from highest to lowest rank as soon as he presumes office on July 1, 2016. The President-in-waiting has recently asserted his strong interest to implement a major revamp in the organization which includes weeding out personnel involved in illegal drugs.

PNP reveals gains as election period ends

29,385 PNP checkpoints set across the region yielded 244 guns and filed 201 criminal charges against 172 arrested violators in court over the last five months since the nationwide gun ban began on January 10. 117 of the firearms confiscated are high-powered firearms while 123 are low-powered, Northern Mindanao Police Director Chief Superintendent Lyndel Desquitado revealed as the 120-days election period ended June 8.