Relief of the 24 low-performers COPs on Anti- Illegal Drug Operations Print

NEWS RELEASE NO: 061318-05


Chief, Regional Public Information Office

Camp Efigenio C Navarro, Calapan City

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Date   :June 13, 2018


Heeding to the order of the Chief,PNP, PDG OSCAR D ALBAYALDE on the PNP's relentless campaign on Anti-illegal drugs, effective June 11, 2018, twenty-four (24) Officers -In-Charge/ Chiefs of Police in MIMAROPA region were relieved from their respective posts due to NO/ low performance on their anti- illegal drugs campaign.



The recommendation on the immediate relief of the said officers was approved by PCSUPT EMMANUEL LUIS D LICUP, Regional Director upon the recommendation of the chairman and the members of the Oversight Committee on Illegal Drugs (RDCID) chaired by PSSUPT FERDINAND M GARAY, Deputy Regional Director for Operations on June 8, 2018 to relieve OICs/COPs of NO/LOW accomplishment on anti-illegal drug campaign covering the period of December 5, 2017 to May 31, 2018.


Based on the recommendation of the Oversight Committee, the said officers failed to meet the requirements set forth by the Oversight Committee on the number of accomplishment in their anti-illegal drugs operation. The Committee unanimously arrived to a conclusion for the relief of the OICs/COPs of the following municipalities regionwide.


ORIENTAL MINDORO (4)- The municipalities of Bongabong, Bulalacao, San Teodoro, and Mansalay.

OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (5)- The municipalities of Looc, Lubang, Calintaan, Paluan, and Abra de Ilog.

MARINDUQUE (1)- The municipality of Sta Cruz.

ROMBLON (5)- The municipalities of Alcantara, Calatrava, San Agustin, Sta Fe, and Ferrol.

PALAWAN (8)- The municipalities of Aborlan, Agutaya, Balabac, Bataraza, Brooke's Point, Culion, Linapacan, and Quezon.

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY- Irawan Police Station.


The RDCID was created pursuant to PNP Supplemental Operations, guidelines and policies on Anti-Illegal Drug Campaign composed of the personnel and staff of the region mandated to provide oversight functions, monitoring and periodic assessment and evaluation on the implementation of the said directive.


PCSUPT LICUP warned the remaining fifty-three (53) of the seventy-seven (77) OICs/COPs to triple their efforts on their anti-criminality operations especially on illegal drugs. If they failed, they will be facing also the same fate with the twenty-four (24).