Western Visayas police chiefs are reshuffled.
By Tara Yap
ILOILO CITY --There is a revamp of police chiefs in Western Visayas.
Chief Superintendent John Bulalacao, director of Police Regional Office 6, decided to reshuffle 23 police chiefs for their performance in the war against illegal drugs and illegal gambling.
The revamp affects police stations in Aklan, Antique, Capiz and Iloilo provinces as well as Iloilo City.
The most affected was the city and province of Iloilo with eight police commanders involved in the revamp.
Affected under the Iloilo Police Provincial Office were Senior Inspectors Ramil Jacaba of Bingawan town, Ma. Theresa Lero of Mina town, Kenn Albert Lepsia of San Rafael town as well Chief Inspector Cyril Octavio of Leon town and Inspector Oman Estabillo of Igbaras town.
Affected under the Iloilo City Police Office were Senior Inspectors Mary Socorro Borio of Arevalo district and Jose Val Ladublan of La Paz district as well as Chief Inspector Juvy Navales of Mandurriao district.
Revamped in the Aklan Police Provincial Office were Senior Inspectors Eleazar Climacosa of Balete town and Alfonso Manoba as well as Chief Inspector Rogelio Tomagtang Jr. of Altavas town.
Revamped in the Antique Police Provincial Office were Senior Inspectors Wennie Andico of Sebaste town and Christian Mahometano of Laua-an town as well as Chief Inspector Juvy Cordero of Tobias Fornier town and Inspector Roger Diin of Anini-y town.
Revamped in the Capiz Police Provincial Office were Senior Inspectors Bryant Fallers of Jamindan town, Generoso Algarne Jr. of Pilar town and Hancel Lumandaz of Sapian town as well as and Inspector Tobias Garfin of Dumarao town.
The Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office had four officers in the reshuffle. These were Senior Inspectors Celjun Nemenio of Candoni town, Joevito Bose of Don Salvador Benedicto town as well as Chief Inspectors Joshua Villasis of Moises Padilla town and Robert Mansueto of Sagay City.
They will be assigned to new posts soon.
Chief Superintendent John Bulalacao (PNP / MANILA BULLETIN)