Camp Naranjo, Oroquieta City – With this year’s theme "PNP's Commitment to Genuine Transformation, a Key to Achieving Public Trust and Excellent Service” the Misamis Occidental Police Provincial Office under the leadership of Police Senior Superintendent Leony Roy Ga observed its 22nd PNP Ethics Day and Awarding of Commendation to some of his police city and municipal COPs to acknowledge and gave recognition to their accomplishments and commitment in the performance of their duties.
Yesterday (January 11, 2016) during the Flag Raising ceremony in Camp Naranjo, the home of the Misamis Occidental Police Provincial Office, Senior Superintendent Leony Roy Ga welcome also the participation of the Provincial DILG Director Pablio Benitez Jr. as Guest Speaker.
In his message DILG Provincial Director for Misamis Occidental that with the present Police Transformation program adopted by not only the provincial police forces but with the whole PNP Command nationwide, the best of their best should come as they have to understand what Police Transformation is expected to every policeman in their respected areas of service.
“Genuine Transformation begins with oneself” as Provincial Director of DILG Benitez challenge the Misamis Occidental Police Provincial Office. “Hindi puedi ang puedi na.” he adds.
DILG Provincial Director Pablio Benitez Jr. as guest speaker also awarded 15 PNP Officers and PNCO’s led by Ozamiz City Acting COP Police Superintendent Regino Oniate for their commendable performance, especially in the police OPLAN Lambat Sibat or the police enhance operation and other accomplishment in the performance of their duties.
On his part as the Acting Provincial Director for MOCPPO, Senior Superintendent Leony Roy Ga thank DILG PD Benitez for his message and challenge to every police officer and men in the ratification of the PNP Code of Professional Conduct and Ethical Standards.
In the said celebration attended by 14 Municipal COP’s and three city COP’s comprising the Misamis Occidental Provincial Police Office pronounced again their Police Officer Pledge and the PNP Code of Ethics.