Police Regional Office Cordillera Web-based Crime Mapping allows the public to gain access to the recent crime data in the Cordillera Region. Citizens can view recent crimes using the map including basic information of a certain incident.
The Personnel Engagement Survey serves as a feedback mechanism for the top management of PRO Cordillera to be able to effectively address concerns and issues that affect the performance of both Uniformed and Non-Uniformed Personnel.
PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA: The Police Regional Office Cordillera (PROCOR) scored anew in the renewed drive against illegal drugs, arresting 15 individuals including four minors, in a Police checkpoint at Lomon, Paykek, Kapangan, Benguet at about 2:30AM of Wednesday. Operating units seized 5 sacks containing 41 marijuana bricks (2kgs each), 3 bricks (1kg each), 18 marijuana stalks (1 kgs each) with a total Dangerous Drug Board Value of Php4,375,000.00 and cash amounting to Php500,000.00.
PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA: For the first time, the Philippine National Police (PNP) is now accepting online application for the CY 2017 PO1 Recruitment Program with a projected quota of 14,484 for Police Officer 1 (PO1) for Calendar Year 2017 nationwide to beef up the PNP’s personnel strength.
PROCOR Regional Director PCSUPT Francisco Sarona said that the Online Recruitment Application System (PNP ORAS) will greatly help applicants to minimize the hassle or stress in aspiring to become a police officer.
PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA: During this summer vacation, it is expected that a large number of local and foreign tourists will be travelling here in the Cordillera region to visit the region’s most popular tourist spot attraction in the different provinces including the festivals which are being celebrated this summer.
Throughout this summer vacation, various threat groups may take advantage of the situation and undertake their nefarious schemes that would disrupt the activities and endanger the lives of visitors and criminal elements and will also take advantage of the situation to conduct their illegal trades. Therefore, PROCOR is conducting enhanced security services in all places of convergence to ensure the safety of the general public.
PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA: PRO-Cordillera arrested five gun holders of unlicensed firearms and seized assorted firearms, several ammunitions and subversive documents.
Recently, four individuals were immediately arrested in a checkpoint for illegally possessing firearms and assorted ammunition at Sitio Tiiwan, Poblacion, Hungduan in the night of March 16, 2017. Prior to their arrest, personnel of Hungduan MPS flagged down two motorcycles driven by Hernanie Lamhi y Madani aka Hernan and Ben Baguilat y Madani aka Cresendo, 44, both farmers, and residents of Daclanto, Wangwang, Tinoc, Ifugao and their back ride John Lee Hondrado y Navarro aka Hernan, 24, alleged NPA member, and a resident of Brgy Posadas, Sara Ilo-ilo and Justine Aquino y Buarao aka “Ka Macoy”, 24, laborer, and with present address at Tondo, Manila.
As a result, the operatives confiscated one (1) cal. 45, One (1) 9mm, one magazine containing 26 rounds of ammunitions for cal. 45 and 9mm; one Binocular Waterproof with black pouch; one Quick Knife; cash money amounting to Php1,700.00, several subversive documents and maps of Hungduan and Tinoc, Ifugao; one pocket Wi-Fi gadget; One bolo; assorted dual sim cellular phones; and three Identification Cards of John N. Hondrado and identification Card under the name of one Christelle V. Belo from the possession of Aquino and Honrado. The arrested persons failed to present the pertinent documents of the above firearms.
PROCOR, La Trinidad, Benguet: The Police Regional Office Cordillera awarded the five wounded policemen with the Medalya ng Sugatang Magiting in recognition of their gallant stand against the heavily armed New People’s Army (NPA) in the recent ambush in their way to Malibcong town.
Chief Superintendent Elmer Francis Oco Sarona, PRO-COR Regional Director, personally awarded the wounded law enforcers with their medals while they were recovering from gunshot/shrapnel wounds at the Abra Provincial Hospital during his visit last Tuesday.