PNP reshuffle continues
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief, Gen. Camilo Cascolan, ordered another round revamp among senior police officials, according to Philippine News Agency.
In an order dated Sept. 16 released on Thursday, Brig. Gen. Manuel Abu, current director of the Police Regional Office-Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (PRO-BARMM) was re-assigned to lead the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations (DIPO) Visayas.
Abu replaces Maj. Gen. Israel Ephraim Dickson, who was designated as director of the Civil Security Group (CSG).
Meanwhile, Brig. Gen. Daniel Mayoni, deputy director of the Directorate Police Community Relations (DPCR) was named the new chief of the Information Technology Management Service (ITMS).
Replacing Mayoni as DPCR deputy director is Brig. Gen. Julius Lagiwid while Brig. Gen. Samuel Rodriguez would take over as PRO-BARMM regional director.
Meanwhile, Col. Eric Noble was designated as executive officer of the DPCR.
The latest revamp would take effect on Friday.
This is the fifth reshuffle of police officials to various units implemented by Cascolan two weeks after assuming as the country's top cop.
Cascolan earlier reminded all regional directors and commanders on the development and presence of leaders at all levels and at all times.
He said close mentoring and coaching would be emphasized under his watch to instill discipline and integrity in all aspects of policing.
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