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Malabon police get assistance for exemplary service 

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Malabon City - In recognition of their dedication and unwavering commitment to maintaining peace and order in the community, the hardworking Malabon City police force received assistance through the Distribution of Disbursement of City Subsidy to PNP Personnel. The financial support aims to provide additional assistance to the deserving police personnel who tirelessly serve and protect the city.

Mayor Jeannie Sandoval, along with other city officials, personally handed over the assistance to the police force, expressing her gratitude for their continuous efforts in ensuring the safety and security of Malabon City residents. The city government recognizes the importance of supporting and acknowledging the sacrifices made by the police personnel in carrying out their duties.

In addition to the financial assistance, the PNP Malabon Substation 2 was also honored with a Certificate of Recognition for their commendable performance in fulfilling their responsibilities. The certificate serves as a testament to their dedication, professionalism, and outstanding service to the community.


Moreover, the Malabon City government acknowledges the valuable partnership and cooperation between the PNP Malabon Substation 2 and the local government in promptly addressing incidents of cable theft in Barangay Acacia, Tinajeros, and Tugatog. Their collaborative efforts have led to the swift resolution of these criminal activities, ensuring the safety and uninterrupted services for the residents.

During the awarding ceremony, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval expressed her appreciation for the police personnel's tireless efforts in maintaining peace and order. She emphasized the importance of their role in upholding the law and ensuring the safety of every Malabon resident.

The financial assistance and recognition given to the Malabon City police force highlight the city government's commitment to supporting its law enforcement agencies. By providing assistance and recognition, the city aims to motivate and inspire the police personnel to continue their dedicated service to the community.

Mayor Sandoval extended her gratitude to the police force for their continuous efforts and encouraged them to remain vigilant and committed to their duty. She reiterated the city government's unwavering support and commitment to work hand in hand with the police force in creating a safe and secure environment for all.


As the Malabon City police force continues to serve the community with utmost professionalism and dedication, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval assures them of the city government's full support. Through ongoing collaborations and assistance programs, the city remains steadfast in its commitment to providing a secure and peaceful environment for its residents.

The Distribution of Disbursement of City Subsidy to PNP Personnel and the Certificate of Recognition serve as tokens of appreciation for the Malabon City police force's invaluable service. With the collective efforts of the police personnel and the local government, Malabon City is poised to thrive as a safe and progressive community.

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