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QCPD recognized as outstanding police district

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The Quezon City Police Police District (QCPD) has been awarded this year by the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), headed by its director, MGen. Guillermo Eleazar, as the Outstanding Police District in Police Community Relations (PCR) in Metro Manila.

According to BGen chief of QCPD. Joselito Esquivel Jr., the prizes will definitely increase his staff's morale as they continue to serve the inhabitants of Quezon City.

In addition to being recognized as the Outstanding Police District in PCR by NCRPO, the QCPD also bagged four additional units and individual awards.

The individual awards were given to Lt. Col. Teresita Escamillan as the Outstanding PCR Senior Police Commissioned Officer (PCO) and Capt. Ricardo Gomez as the Outstanding PCR Junior PCO of the year.

Meanwhile, QCPD’s Novaliches Police Station (PS-4) under Lt. Col. Rossel Cejas emerged as the Outstanding City Police Station in PCR.

Earlier this month, the Novaliches Police Station and three other police stations of the QCPD were recognized as best police stations in Metro Manila for keeping peace and maintaining law and order in their respective communities.

PS-4 bagged the first place followed by La Loma Police Station (PS-1) at second place; Masambong Police Station (PS-2) on the third, and Galas Police Station (PS-11) in fifth place.

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