Information Officer Donna Asmod of the Capiz PPO said that the police officers and employees are feeling satisfied and grateful with the completion of the renovated and rehabilitated buildings that were damaged by supertyphoon Yolanda in 2013.
Asmod said that the Philippine National Police has spent about P6-million from its trust fund to rehabilitate the damaged buildings at Camp Apil, in Lanot, Roxas City, where the PNP provincial office sits.
She said that the rehabilitation effort is in line with the PATROL 2030 transformation road map of the PNP, particularly on resource management perspective.
Included in the newly repaired structures are the Integrated Building Chapel, New BOQ/PNCO Barracks, Officers’ BOQ, Provincial Director’s Quarters and PPSC Building.
Also renovated were the CPPO Chapel, multi-purpose hall, multi-purpose stage, firing range, club house and power room, Asmod said.
Capiz Governor Victor Tanco and Capiz Police Officer-In-Charge Robert Rodriguez led the unveiling of marker during the blessing and inauguration of said rehabilitated structures, May 6.
“The unveiling of marker officially opened the said buildings for occupancy,” Asmod said.
The event was also attended by the chiefs of police from the different Capiz police stations, other police officers and personnel of the police provincial headquarters and police public safety company and other invited guests.
Asmod said that the rehabilitation effort was initiated and completed during the incumbency of PNP OIC Director General Leonardo Espina, Police Regional Director Josephus Angan, PCSupt Marietto Valerio, PSSupt Jose Carillo, Regional Chief of the Directorial Staff Alfredo Valdez, Regional Logistics and Research Development Division Chief Ren Darroca, Capiz OIC Police Director Samuel C Nacion, and Acting Regional Engineer Aspiro Badiola of the Regional Project Management Unit 6.