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Kung Biyaan Nga Walay Mobantay Sa Balay

  1. Kandaduhan ang tanang pultahan ug bintana; siguroon nga walay maagi-an ang mosuway ug sulod o mangawat.
  2. Mas mayo kung naay "burglar alarm" para makabantay dayon ang imong mga silingan nga naay nakasulod sa kabalayan.
  3. Likaye nga magbilin og sulat sa gawas sa inyong balay nga naghisgot nga walay tawo sa sulod. Mas maayo nga biyaan ang balay nga magtingog ang radyo para ingnon nga naay tawo sa sulod.
  4. Itugon sa inyong gikasaligan nga silingan ang inyong balay ug pahibaw-a kung kanus-a ka mobalik.
  5. Siguroa nga walay kandilang nagsiga, abli nga electric stove o nagtulo nga tubig sa gripo ug naka-plug nga appliances.
  6. . Itago ang tanang mahal nga mga butang nga naa sa gawas sa balay nga puwede kawaton pareha sa mga sienna nga gisampay o bisekleta o sakyanan.

Kung Naay Dalang Sakyanan

  1. Siguraduhang maayo ug walay probelema ang sakyanan ug timan-i ang pulong nga:
B Battery Baterya
L Light Suga
O Oil Lana
W Water Tubig
B Brakes Preno
A Air Hangin
G Gas Gasolina
  1. Siguraduhang kompleto ang tanang dokumento nga gikinahanglan sa pagmaneho ug sakyanan, parehas sa: Lisensya sa Pagmaneho, Rehistro sa Sakyanan, Early Warning Device.
  2. Sa pagmaneho, likaye ang paggamit sausa lang ka kamot. Siguradoha nga kontrolado nimo ang sakyanan sa tanang takna. Kung naay kauban nga bata, siguradoha nga sira ang tanang pultahan.
  3. Ayaw paggamit ug cellphone kung nagmaneho ug sakyanan.
  4. Ayaw pagmaneho kung nakainom, nalipong o giduka. Ug mahimo, magkuyog ug usa ka driver kung layo ang biyahe.
  5. Kung mobiyahe sa gabie, siguradoha nga mogana ang headlights, signal lights ug tail lights.
  6. Pagdala ug flashlight o emergency light.

Kung Mosakay sa Pampublikong Sakyanan:

  1. Likaye ang pagsul-ob ug mahalong alahas o magdala ug dakong kantidad sa kwarta.
  2. Ampingi ang dalang cellphones o uban pang butang nga kasagaran dalhon sa panahon nga mobiyahe o molakaw.
  3. Likaye ang pagdala ug daghang mga butang aron dili maglisod sa biyahe ug dali ang pagbantay sa mga pangdalhon.
  4. Mas maayo kung mosayo ug adto sa istasyon sa tren, piyer, airport ug bus terminal aron malikayan ang pagdasok ug masiguro nga sakto ang puwesto sa mga bata/tiguwang/ug kababayenhan.
  5. Magbantay sa mga mangungu-ot, salisi gang, barya gang ug uban pa. Pangitaa ang "Police Assistance Booths" sa mga airport, piyer, istasyon sa tren ug bus terminals kung naay isumbong.

Kung Naa Sa Simbahan, "Beaches", "Resort" ug UbanPa:

  1. Likaye ang pagsul-ob ug mahalon nga alahas.
  2. Likaye ang pagdala o pagpakita ug dakung kantidad sa kwarta.
  3. Ampingan ang gidalang handbag ug pitaka.
  4. Sultihan ang mga bata nga dili magsuroy-suroy ug magbantay sa mga lugar nga daghan ug mga tawo. Siguradoha nga aduna silay mga ID o papel nga sila mailhan.
  5. Kung naa sa beach, resort o kapareha niini, permanentihan limpyo ang palibot.
  6. Kung maligo sa beach o swimming pool, siguradoha nga kamao molangoy o adunay kaubang kamaong molangoy.
  7. Kinahanglang kahibalo ka sa lugar kung asa ang "First Aid Station ug PNP Assistance Booth" para sa dinalian nga police assistance.
  8. Kung magtukaw o kauban sa mga vigil, siguradoha nga luwas ang palibot sa krimen ug katalagman. Mas maayo nga naa kay kauban.

PNP Seal and Badge

PNP Seal Meaning and Symbolism

Lapu-Lapu Hero - The great Filipino hero of Mactan, the prototype of the best and most noble in Filipino manhood who is the symbol and embodiment of all the genuine attributes of leadership, courage, nationalism, self-reliance and a people-based and people powered community defense. The benevolent and heroic warrior who derived added strength from a cohesive, determined and loyal people is today a fitting symbol and a prototype as well of people power to preserve our values, customs, traditions, way of life and the rule of law thru a solidly community-based police system. Lapu-Lapu also personifies for us today civilian constitutional authority.  

Laurel - Green Laurel with 14 leaves, symbolizes the 14 Regional Commands. It is also a symbol of the honor, dignity and the privilege of being a member of a noble organization where the call to public service is par excellence a commitment to public trust.

Shield - The symbol of the Philippine Constabulary, the first National Police by virtue of Organic Act No. 175, enacted by the Philippine Commission on 18 July 1901. The Philippine Constabulary for the close to 90 years of service to the nation has performed with honor, professionalism and courage. The PC has carved out a large part of the glorious pages of Philippine history, as attested by its proudly and deservedly garnering 86 of the 92 "Medals of Valor" the highest honor that a grateful Filipino nation can bestow on its gallant sons in the service of the Republic. Most appropriately therefore, the Philippine Constabulary became the nucleus of the Integrated National Police in 1975 to nurture the then embryonic concept of the nationalization of the country's local police forces.

Three Stars - Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and the 1,700 islands and the territorial integrity wherein the National Police must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to our country and people.

Service • Honor • Justice - Added distinct ideals for the officers, men and women of the PNP to insure efficiency, integrity, cohesiveness, camaraderie and equanimity to enhance community acceptance and support to attain its mission of peace keeping and law enforcement.

Sun - Symbolize the flowering, maturing and ultimate realization of the glorious evolution of the PC/INP into a National Police Organization - "national in scope and civilian in character" - as enshrined in the 1986 Constitution. The Traditional light rays which represents the fightingest provinces whose ideals of courage and patriotism the members of the National Police must possess.

PNP Badge Meaning and Symbolism

Philippine Monkey Eating Eagle The National Bird – symbol of swiftness and ferocity, power, courage and immortality.

PNP Shield - Symbol of protection of all citizens.

Three Stars - Stands for Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which constitute the Republic's Territorial Integrity over which the PNP must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to God, Country and People.


Eight Sun Rays - Represents the eight (8) provinces whose ideals of courage, gallantry patriotism led to their revolt against Spain.

Lapu – Lapu - Symbolizes the bravery of the Philippine National Police.

Service, Honor, Justice - Service is the vibrant and cogent deeds and actions in response to the needs and wants of the people in distress: Honor could be the overriding criterion and consideration in the performance of their entrusted task or mission: and Justice dispensed to everyone whatever is due to him without favoritism or discrimination of any sort.

Laurel Leaves - Symbolizes the competency, brilliance and honor in the field of endeavor expected from each and every member of the PNP.

Philippine National Police - Identity of Solidarity.

PRO7 Seal Symbolism

QUADRANTS (Shield) - Represent the four provinces of Region 7. Quadrant 1 (Upper left most) corresponds to Bohol; quadrant 2 (upper right most) is for the province of Cebu; the province of Siquijor is represented in quadrant 3 (lower left) and Negros Oriental is for quadrant 4 (lower right)

1st quadrants - Shows the Chocolate Hills, a world-famous tourist attraction of the island province of Bohol

2nd quadrants - Includes the Basilica Minor del Santo Niño, a strong representation of Christianity in Cebu; the Mactan Bridge which represents the thrust between the cities of Mandaue and Lapu-Lapul and Magellans Cross, Cebu City’s most famous landmark, supposedly planted by Ferdinand Magellan when he arrived in the Philippines in 1521. Also depicted is foliage and water that symbolize the desire for ecological preservation

3rd quadrants - Includes the drawing of Mount Canlaon and the surrounding fertile land.

4th quadrants - Includes a sailboat that refers to the main occupation of the people of Siquijor; coconut tree for copra industry; and the sunrise which represents the hope for progress.

Figure - The center figure is the silhouette of Lapu-lapu, hero of Mactan. He represents Filipino nationalism, courage and nobility

ISLANDS (at the back of the Lapu-Lapu) - Represent the four provinces of the region: Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor.

TWO (2) stars - Represent Luzon and Mindanao

 

Police Regional Office 7 Contact Numbers

Regional Headquarters
Address:  PNP Regional Headquarters Camp Sergio Osmeña Sr., Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City. Philippines 6000

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Telephone: Tel. No. (032) 254-9146
3907(Camp Crame Local Telephone Line)

Command Group

REGIONAL DIRECTOR
032 256-2032/254-9146
DEPUTY REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION
032 254-7130
DEPUTY REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR OPERATIONS 032 253-8536
THE CHIEF REGIONAL DIRECTORIAL STAFF 032 255-7810

Directorial Staff

REGIONAL PERSONNEL & HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 032 255-0935
REGIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 032 254-1041/032 416-5259
REGIONAL OPERATIONS & PLANS DIVISION 032 254-2781/032 255-3943
REGIONAL LOGISTIC AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 032 253-7163
REGIONAL POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIVISION 032 255-4583
REGIONAL COMPTROLLERSHIP DIVISION 032 254-1851
REGIONAL INVESTIGATION AND DETECTIVE MANAGEMENT DIVISION 032 416-5259

Personal and Special Staff

REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS SUPPORT GROUP 032 255-3107
OFFICE OF REGIONAL LEGAL SERVICE 032 255-4570
REGIONAL DIRECT SUPPORT UNIT 032 253-5640
REGIONAL EXECUTIVE SENIOR POLICE OFFICER 032 255-0698
REGIONAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 032 253-4465
REGIONAL COMMISSION ON AUDIT 032 254-3204
REGIONAL ADJUTANT 032 254-1637 / 032 255-7034
NON-UNIFORMED PERSONNEL AFFAIRS SECTION 032 254-3150

Admin Support Units

REGIONAL INTERNAL AFFAIRS SERVICE 032 254-3170
REGIONAL FINANCE OFFICE 032 255-4572
REGIONAL CHAPLAIN OFFICE 032 254-4313
REGIONAL ENGINEER OFFICE 032 255-3997
REGIONAL HEALTH SERVICE (MEDICAL) 032 233-5614
REGIONAL DENTAL SERVICE (DENTAL) 032 234-4369
REGIONAL CRIME LABORATORY OFFICE 032 232-6997
REGIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL 032 416-2493/032 416-2494
REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS OFFICE 032 253-2171/032 253-2172

Operational Support Units

REGIONAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND DETECTION GROUP 032 232-0058
REGIONAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT OFFICE 032 233-9579
REGIONAL MARITIME OFFICE 032 345-6724
REGIONAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE 032 259-9165
POLICE ANTI-CRIME AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE 032 254-5716
PHILIPPINE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY 032 255-5260
REGIONAL AVIATION SECURITY GROUP 032 340-2486
PHILIPPINE CENTER ON TRANSNATIONAL CRIME 032 415-5440

POLICE SECURITY PROTECTION OFFICE

032 415-5983

Highly Urbanized City of Central Visayas

Cebu City Police Office Click here
Lapu-Lapu City Police Office 032-341-1311
Mandaue City Police Office Click here

Provincial Police Office

Bohol Provincial Police Office Click here
Cebu Provincial Police Office Click here
Negros Oriental Provincial Police Office Click here
Siquijor Provincial Police Office Click here

Public Safety Battalion

Regional Public Safety Batallion 7 032-486-9500

Information:  REMINDER: For emergency police service assistance dial 166 or contact the most nearest police offices.

 

PCSUPT PRUDENCIO TOM T BANAS

History of Police Regional Office 7

The Philippine Constabulary was organized by the Americans on 08 August 1901 and was made an instrument in the maintenance of peace and order in the country during their occupation. The organization was manned and controlled by the American Officers from the day of its birth up to 09 April 1942 when General Edward King Jr., the Commanding General of the American Forces in Southern Luzon, negotiated for their surrender to the Japanese Imperial Army. After the outbreak of World War II, the Armed Forces of the Philippines underwent re-organization, its planner still consider the Constabulary for the organization, however, to a smaller unit. Pursuant to Executive Order No. 51 issued by then President Sergio Osmeña Sr., the Military Police Command (MPC) was established and made an arm of the Philippine Army tasked to quell chaos and maintain peace and order.

As the Armed Forces of the Philippines grew and developed, the area of responsibility was divided into Military Zones. In 1946, the Military Area Commands were created, the III Military Area was stationed at Camp Lapulapu, Lahug, Cebu City. Meanwhile, the Military Police Command (MPC) functioned as the Provost Marshall for the III Military Area from 1946 to 1947.
In the early years of independence, the country experienced internal conflict. The Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon (Hukbalahap), an armed group organized during the Japanese occupation, was disillusioned and planned to overthrow the constituted government. The Army was tasked to go after the dissidents while law enforcement was instructed to the local police. Concerned over the growing criminality in the country, the national leadership reactivated the Constabulary. On 05 April 1950, the Philippine Constabulary was turned into a major command of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. The Military Police Command (MPC) was abolished, although it became an independent organization of the AFP vested with administrative powers. The new organization was under the operational control of the Commanding General of the Armed Forces from 1950 to 1955 pursuant to Administrative Order No. 127 dated 28 July 1950.

The III Philippine Constabulary Zone was then established and stationed at Camp Lapulapu, Lahug, Cebu City located with the III Military Area, having separate offices and functions. The following were the pioneering commanders of the III Military Area.

Col Angel Oppus 1947 ~ 1950
Col Juan Causing 1950 ~ 1951
Col Antonio Sayson 1951 ~ 1952
Col Ramon Enriques 1952 ~ 1953
Col Cornello Bondad 1953 ~ 1954
Col Enrique Santiago 1954 ~ 1955

It was only on 08 August 1955 that the administrative and operational control of the organization was relegated to the Chief of Constabulary, pursuant to General Order No. 442, GHQ AFP, dated 11 August 1955. The III Military Area was then headed for the second time by BGen Cornello Bondad, and was assisted by the Deputy Area Commander for the Philippine Constabulary. During the period, the III PC Zone was still in Camp Lapulapu while the Cebu Philippine Constabulary Command was in Jones Avenue, Cebu City, where the Philippine National Police Regional Command 7 now stands. Out of sheer misfortune, the Cebu Philippine Constabulary Command Headquarters was burned down. Almost all the houses on the adjacent blocks were also razed. A new headquarters was inaugurated on 21 June 1956 where a two-storey building was built with a chapel and Post Exchange.

On 01 September 1958, a day to remember, the III Philippine Constabulary Zone Headquarters was transferred to Camp Sergio Osmeña Sr., Jones Avenue, Cebu City, occupying the second floor of the building. The following were the Zone Commanders during the period:

BGen Cornelio Bondad 11 Aug 55 ~ 05 Jun 58
BGen Marcos G Soliman 06 Jun 58 ~ 06 Jul 59
BGen Vicente V Luna 07 Jul 59 ~ 11 Jun 60
BGen Alfonso P Palencia 18 Jun 60 ~ 30 Sep 60
Col Bartolome D Maguad 01 Oct 60 ~ 01 Jun 65
BGen Ramon G Gevelson 01 Jun 65 ~ 06 Jan 66
BGen Vicente P Raval 07 Jan 66 ~ 28 May 68

Massive development of the command was noted during the incumbency of BGen Vicente Raval. The Post Chapel was renovated to accommodate more churchgoers; another chapel was erected at Babag Hills in commemoration of the World War II heroes; construction of officers’ apartment in Jones Avenue besides the Zone Headquarters, aside from the ten (10) Bachelor Officers Quarters for transient officers; construction of apartments that house 37 families for enlisted personnel; and an officers’ quarters at the Lahug Military Reservation. The general also approved and allowed the enlisted personnel to build houses at the reservation.
On 18 February 1968, for the second time, Camp Sergio Osmeña, Sr. burned to the ground, except for the Chapel and two (2) officers’ quarters. Again, General Raval facilitated its reconstruction but was unable to finish the project since he was appointed as the Chief of the Philippine Constabulary. The III PC Zone was left to the stewardship of the following officers:

BGen Alfredo Dayton 29 May 68 ~ 30 Aug 68
BGen Wilfredo C Estrada 01 Aug 68 ~ 31 May 69
BGen Benjamin F Reyes 01 Jun 69 ~ 31 Mar 70
Col Rafael F Dumlao 01 Apr 70 ~ 04 Jan 72

After the 1969 elections, public demonstrations and other forms of activism were encountered by the government. In the early months of 1972, leftist activities reached its peak, endangering national security. President Ferdinand E. Marcos then declared martial law on 21 September 1972. The tremendous task to restore order was given to the Philippine Constabulary. The following were the Zone Commanders during the period:

BGen Luis C Amor 05 Jan 72 ~ 27 Mar 76
BGen Mario S Espina 28 Mar 76 ~ 30 Apr 78
BGen Emilio M Narcise 01 May 78 ~ 30 Jun 81

Through the years, the manager of the organization improved as reorganization was effected with the changing demands of the Marcos' New Society. On 01 July 1978, the Regional Command concept was implemented. BGen Emilio Narcise became the first Regional Commander of the PC/INP Regional Command 7. He was succeeded by the following Constabulary officers:

Col Victorino T Azada 31 Jan 81 ~ 22 Mar 81
BGen Buenaventura Caseñas 23 Mar 81 ~ 30 Mar 82
Col Rafael V Jotie 01 Apr 82 ~ 07 Jun 82
BGen Alfredo S Olano 08 Jun 82 ~ 10 Jul 85
BGen Renato Z Ecarma 11 Jul 85 ~ 25 Feb 86
Col Jose P Santos Jr 26 Feb 86 ~ 31 Mar 86
BGen Edgardo M Abenina 01 Apr 86 ~ 28 Aug 87
BGen Mariano L Baccay Jr 19 Aug 87 ~ 15 Apr 89
BGen Benjamin Z Dizon 16 Apr 89 ~ 19 Nov 89
BGen Raul S Imperial 20 Nov 89 ~ 11 May 90

The 1986 People Power Revolution ended the Marcos regime in the country and a new order under President Corazon C. Aquino took hold of the reins of government. The laws of the land prevailed. The 1987 Constitution provided for the establishment of "a police force that is national in scope and civilian in character." On 13 December 1990, the President signed into law Republic Act No. 6975 creating the Philippine National Police. The PC/INP Regional Commands were abolished, and the Philippine National Police Regional Commands were established. The following officers headed the PNP Regional Command 7:

P/CSupt Triunfo P Agustin 12 May 90 ~ 17 May 92
P/CSupt Roger H Deinla 18 May 92 ~ 27 May 94
P/CSupt Warieto A Capitan 28 May 93 ~ 01 Oct 94
P/SSupt Patrick G Madayag 28 May 93 ~ 01 Oct 94
P/CSupt Jose S Andaya 17 Mar 95 ~ 16 Jun 96

On the last quarter of 1996, PNP Regional Command 7 changed its name to Police Regional Office 7. The corresponding designation of Regional Commander was also changed to Regional Director. The following officers headed the now Police Regional Office 7:

P/CSupt Ramsey L Ocampo 16 Jun 96 ~ 21 Aug 97
P/CSupt Danilo G Flores 21 Aug 97 ~ 17 Jan 00
P/CSupt Tiburcio N Fusilero 17 Jan 00 ~ 15 Mar 01
P/Dir Avelino I Razon Jr 15 Mar 01 ~ 29 Jul 02
P/SSupt Alejandro C Lapinid 29 Jul 02 ~ 20 Aug 02
P/SSupt Ernesto V Belen 20 Aug 02 ~ 20 Sep 02
P/CSupt Rolando C Garcia 20 Sep 02 ~ 22 Apr 03
P/Dir Robert C Delfin 22 Apr 03 ~ 03 Dec 03
P/Dir Rolando C Garcia 04 Dec 03 ~ 31 Dec 04
P/CSupt Eduardo H Gador 01 Jan 05 ~ 18 May 06
P/CSupt Silverio D Alarcio Jr 18 May 06 ~ 01 Oct 07
P/CSupt Ronald Dulay Roderos 01 Oct 07 ~ 16 Feb 09
P/CSupt Federico N Terte 16 Feb 09 ~ 30 May 09
P/CSupt Lani-O Ranquinio Nerez 30 May 09 ~ 13 Aug 10
P/CSupt Ager Poblador Ontog Jr 13 Aug 10 ~ 23 Sept 11
P/CSupt Marcelo Poyaon Garbo Jr 23 Sept 11 ~ 1 Jul 13
P/CSupt Generoso Ronabio Cerbo Jr 1 Jul 13 ~ 1 Aug 13
P/CSupt Danilo Santos Constantino 1 Aug 13 ~
P/SSupt Orlando Domingo Ualat ~ 11 June 2014
P/CSUPT PRUDENCIO TOM TALAPIAN BAÑAS June 11, 2014 ~ December 2015
P/CSUPT MANUEL RABAGO GAERLAN December 2015 ~ March 2016
P/CSUPT PATROCINIO A COMMENDADOR JR. March 2016 ~ July 2016
P/CSUPT NOLI GALSIM TALIÑO July 2016 ~ July 14, 2017

 

 

Since 14th of July 2017, Police Regional Office 7 is under the able leadership of PCSUPT JOSE MARIO MENESES ESPINO , of PMA Class 1986.

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