FOUR Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) personnel will be made to explain their absence in an inspection conducted by the National Police Commission (Napolcom)-6.
Allen Camering, Napolcom-6 pre-charge investigator and spokesman, identified the absent officers as Police Office 2 (PO2) Christine Mae Losaya of La Paz Police Station; PO2 Aldwin Yanson of Jaro PNP; PO2 Jose Marin of Mandurriao PNP; and PO2 Wilber Dilaon of the Iloilo City Public Safety Company (ICPSC).
They failed to show up in the Napolcom Annual Inspection Management Audit from Sept. 20 to Oct. 3, 2017.
“It was an announced inspection. As to why they failed to report, that’s something that they need to explain once they will be called,” Camering said.
If they can’t justify their absence, they would be held administratively liable, he added.
In previous cases, the Napolcom learned that some officers fail to show up in the inspection because they are either out of the country or cannot present their issues guns because these were used as loan collaterals.
During the exit briefing of the annual inspection, Napolcom-6 named Molo Police Station as the best police station in Iloilo City.
Molo Police Station edged out other police stations in accomplishments, records management, and best practices/innovations, among others.
Napolcom-6 also gave out minor awards to ICPO headquarters, Molo Police Station, City Proper Police Station, Arevalo Police Station, and the Traffic Enforcement and Investigation Section for posting perfect attendance.
A special award was also given to Chief Inspector Marlon Valencia of Molo PNP and Senior Inspector Rey Sumagaysay of La Paz PNP.