PNP Heralds First 89 Days Under Azurin

With great honor and humility, the Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief, Police General Rodolfo S Azurin Jr presented the recap of PNP’S accomplishment report on his first 89 days as the 28th Chief of the PNP thru a coffee table book and audio-visual presentation during the formal launching held at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame Quezon City yesterday morning.

The coffee table book entitled “The First 89 Days” encapsulates the operational accomplishments of the nation’s premier law enforcement agency for the past three months as a result from the unity and cooperation among government and law enforcement agencies in promoting local sovereignty and community empowerment.

“It presents more than our different programs and projects, as it also shares stories of heroism, and good deeds from both our uniformed and non-uniformed personnel towards ensuring the safety and security of our citizens. Moreover, our internal reformation program firmly instills appropriate disciplinary measures, along with spiritual and moral values to decrease misfits and erring personnel”, Chief PNP PGen Azurin said in his message.

The launching event was graced by the presence of SILG Atty. Benjamin C Abalos Jr who was ably represented by DILG Undersecretary for Peace and Order, Oscar Valenzuela.

Usec Valenzuela expressed his sincere congratulations to the entire PNP for coming up with a coffee table book that reflects the significant accomplishments of the PNP on the first 89 Days of PGen Azurin’s leadership.

“Yes, it is a compilation of the PNP’s feat towards “Kaunlaran”, which is the expected outcome of his “Malasakit + Kaayusan+Kapayapaan” formula, but more than a compilation, the coffee table book convey the inner mind of the Chief PNP, General Rodolfo Azurin Jr as well as all the members of the PNP, their desire or aspiration to serve and protect, their aspiration to bring peace to the communities”, Usec Valenzuela said.

The book’s “First 89 Days” title is a homage to PGen Azurin’s Philippine Military Academy “Makatao” Class of 1989.

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