Pasig police precinct commander relieved
A police commander in Pasig City has been relieved from his post for failing to maintain the cleanliness of his precinct.
National Capital Region Police Office chief Maj. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar identified the relieved police officer as Capt. Eleno Ilustrisimo, commander of the Police Community Precinct 1 in Pasig City.
“I inspected on May 24 and I saw the surroundings (of the precinct) were dirty. I inspected on Wednesday and it remained dirty. That’s already strike two for him. They should have cleaned before we returned last Wednesday but it was still the same when we got there,” Eleazar said.
He said the Pasig City police chief will be the one to designate Illustrisimo's replacement.
Eleazar said this should serve as a stern warning to all PCP commanders and city chiefs of police to clean their surroundings.
“Cleanliness not only inside but (also) outside (is important). There are a lot of cigarette butts, empty water bottles, and candy wrappers during my inspection of these PCPs. I told them even if they have old equipment, as long as these are in order, the people will still find it presentable, especially complainants. The comfort rooms should not have any foul smell. It is important to have a good and clean working environment,” he said.
“Cleanliness and sanitation in the police stations should be a standard. Police commanders should always make sure that the surroundings are clean,” Eleazar noted.
“Clean office. Clean mindset. Clean manner of working for the people. The people's trust will be restored if they see clean surroundings of police stations. What I mean here is exaggerated cleanliness,” he said.
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