MANILA Five police officials were included in the reshuffle of top Philippine National Police (PNP) officials, which took effect on Tuesday.
I have approved the recommendation of the Senior Officers Placement and Promotion Board and Oversight Committee to implement another round of reorganization of senior officers occupying key positions in the Directorial and Special Staff, National Support Units, and Police Regional Offices, PNP chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde told reporters.
Those designated to new positions are Brig. Gen. Froilan Flores Quidilla, former deputy director for administration of the Police Regional Office (PRO 4-B) in Mimaropa, who was assigned as the acting director of the Zamboanga PRO.
Quidilla replaces Brig. Gen. Emmanuel Licup, who was assigned as the acting deputy director of the Directorate for Personnel and Records Management.
Taking the helm as deputy director for administration in Mimaropa is Col. Nelson Bondoc, who was formerly assigned at the PNP Engineering Service.
Meanwhile, Anti-Cyber Crime Group director Brig. Gen. Marni Marcos Jr. was appointed as the new acting regional director of the PRO-Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). He switched positions with BARMM regional director Brig. Gen. Graciano Mijares.
Albayalde ordered a reshuffle in the organization's top brass, stressing that they were out to ensure that the right person will be in the right post.
The latest reorganization is prompted by the series of retirement of senior PNP officials this year, the two-year maximum tenure in positions and the Performance Evaluation Rating that created vacancies need to be filled to ensure continuity of command, he added. (PNA)
Source: Philippines News Agency