NCRPO to sack Caloocan cops who will fail retraining


MANILA, Philippines — The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) will soon begin its retraining of more than 1,000 Caloocan policemen.

NCRPO Chief Oscar Albayalde said this is part of their effort to discipline the policemen.

He assured to remove from position those who will fail the training.

“They will be charged administratively if they will fail, if they will not go to the training or evade the training,” Albayalde said.

The training will no longer focus on skills training because Albayalde believes it is discipline that needs to be re-instilled among the cops.

“Basically it’s the discipline, that is the problem.  It’s the attitude. That is why even if they  have already been trained, they need to have a refresher, reorientation, ethics formation, values formation all of these,” Albayalde said.

Albayalde clarified that not all relieved policemen are erring cops. He adds that majority of the cops are still considered good.

However, they need to relieve the entire Caloocan Police team as they form a single unit that needs cooperation

“When you work with the PNP you are in a organization, that’s what it means, so whether you are not involved, you are still a part of it because you are in an organization, not individual,” Albayalde added.

After the training, the relieved policemen will be reassigned to different places while the NCRPO will fill in vacant posts with cops from other units.

They will undergo background checks before they will be assigned to Caloocan Police Station. – Mon Jocson | UNTV News & Rescue

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