Three police stations get new commanders

Police Colonel Leo Pamittan (4th from left), Nocppo director, along with the incoming and outgoing police chiefs in Negros Occidental, during the turnover of command held at Nocppo headquarters in Bacolod City Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of Nocppo)

By Glazyl Y. Masculino

BACOLOD City – Three police chiefs in Negros Occidental were reshuffled this week.

Police Major Wilfredo Benoman, outgoing chief of Valladolid Municipal Police station, was replaced by Police Major Eric Doronilla, outgoing deputy chief of Cadiz City Police Station.

The vacated post of Police Major Joseph Partidas, outgoing chief of Isabela Municipal Police Station, was assumed by Police Captain Ar-jay Dangarang, outgoing deputy chief of Moises Padilla Municipal Police Station.

Police Major Ryan Villasario, outgoing chief of Pulupandan Municipal Police Station, was replaced by Police Captain Emman Anacleto, outgoing deputy chief of the said police station.

Villasario assumed the previous post of Doronilla, while Partidas and Benoman were assigned to the provincial police office.

The turnover of command led by Police Colonel Leo Pamittan, director of Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (Nocppo) was held at Nocppo headquarters here last Wednesday, Jan. 11.

The reshuffling was implemented as the said station commanders already rendered two years in their respective areas.

Early this month, Police Lieutenant Colonel Jake Barila was also replaced by Police Major John Ganzon as chief of Escalante City Police Station.


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