71 cops miss Napolcom inspection, face probe

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BY MERIANNE GRACE EREÑETA
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ILOILO City – From Sept. 28 to Oct. 12, the National Police Commission (Napolcom) inspected police units across Western Visayas.

A total of 71 police officers missed this “annual inspection, management audit and monitoring.”

Why?

The agency demanded an explanation from these police officers, said Allen Camering, pre-charge investigator of Napolcom Region 6.

“The purpose of our inspection was to make sure policemen were complying with the programs and projects of the Philippine National Police,” he told Panay News.

The 71 police officers were summoned to Napolcom-6 office on Fuentes Street, City Proper on Dec. 14.

“They were told to write an explanation letter,” said Camering.

Not all of the 71, however, showed up. Those who came presented their service firearms for inspection – something they failed to do during the Napolcom inspections between Sept. 28 and Oct. 12.

Some claimed they attended court hearings. Others said they attended seminars or on schooling.

“Those who did not report here on Wednesday will be facing an administrative charge for gross neglect of duty,” said Camering./PN
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