41 PNP Personnel Receive Techno Cop Badge

Philippine National Police (PNP) Information Technology Management Service (ITMS) awarded Technology Computer Oriented Personnel (TECHNO C.O.P.) Badge to 41 PNP personnel during the Ceremonial Pinning this morning held at ITMS Tagapamayapa Training Laboratory, ITMS Building, Camp BGen T Crame, Quezon City.

Deputy Chief PNP for Administration, Police Lieutenant General Rhodel O Sermonia presented the TECHNO COP Badge to qualified ITMS personnel on behalf of the Chief PNP, Police General Rodolfo S Azurin Jr as the invited Guest of Honor and Speaker.

In the message of Chief PNP PGen Azurin, he recognized the skills and competency acquired by IT cops as highly trained technical personnel with IT proficiencies promoting technology-driven projects of the PNP.

“As the PNP gears towards digital transformation, the use of information technology has been maximized in all business processes, front-line services, and online communications, thus the need for IT skills and competencies in the PNP becomes more paramount”, PNP Chief PGen Azurin said.

He also emphasized the significance of IT proficiency that helps the PNP harness the capability of the organization in terms of modern technology, and initiate programs that are continuously working, innovating and creating efforts that seek promotion of the overall welfare of our personnel.

“Let us continue harnessing our available ICT resources toward the accomplishment of computerization programs, projects and activities of the PNP and by undertaking research studies on latest ICT trends and development”, PGen Azurin added.

ITMS Director, PBGEN Harris Fama said every IT COP has a distinction in the badges they wear according to their level of proficiency— Basic, Honorary and Advance Level.

ITMS traces its humble beginnings from the Philippine Constabulary Data Processing Unit (PCDPU) that has been at the fore in providing technical support to the PNP since 1965, and its first job was to provide the police force with a system for collating crime-related data.

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