Eleazar wants ‘State-of-the-Art’ PNP

Eleazar wants ‘State-of-the-Art’ PNP

By Tracy Cabrera

MANGATAREM, PANGASINAN — The economy will be revitalized if there is peace and security, former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief and Partido Reporma senatorial bet Guillermo Eleazar espoused when he visited Pangasinan to confer with residents here amidst the rising tensions due to the recent Chinese attack on Philippine vessels in the Ayungin Shoal.

Eleazar vowed that, if he wins a seat in the Senate, he will push for state-of-the-art technology to help modernize the PNP’s public service, including that of the PNP Maritime Group which has been assigned to guard our shores and seas to preserve our sovereignty and territorial rights.

According to 26th PNP chief, he will initiate efforts to institutionalize innovative law enforcement functions in order to develop and intensify police frontline services so reforms can be continued and the ranks of the PNP may be professionalized so it could respond faster and effectively to the needs of the Filipino people.

Based on interviews of Mangatarem residents, they said that Eleazar has important points in his pronoun cements because in his 34 years of serving as PNP chief, he has face and experienced various problems all in the fulfillment of the mandate given by the citizenry to the PNP.

The Partido Reporma bet likewise said that his desire to improve the PNP is the reason why he has decided to run for election.

“Ipagpapatuloy ko ang sinimulang programa na E-Sumbong, na kung saan maaaring gamitin ng ating mamamayan ang lahat ng uri ng mga online platform para ireklamo ang mga pasaway na miyembro ng PNP. Dito ay mapapabilis natin at mapapaunlad din ang monitoring system ng ating mga pulis sa ilalim ng E-Access program na nagsilbing database ng mga cybercriminals at ang kanilang ginagamit na modus operandi para maloko ang ating mga kababayan,” he stressed.

His advocacy for state-of-the-art technology in the PNP is in line with the plans of the tandem of Senador Panfilo ‘Ping’ Lacson for president and Senate President Vicente ‘Tito’ Sotto III as vice president to digitalize and automate frontline government agencies to eliminate corruption.

“Ang law enforcement at economic development ay dalawang bagay na hindi maaring paghiwalayin tungo sa maunlad na bansa. Naipakita po natin ang pagtaas ng kumpiyansa, tiwala at respeto ng ating mga kababayan sa ating kapulisan at iyon ang nagtulak sa akin para maipatuloy itong aking serbisyo,” Eleazar pointed out.

“Bilang isang pupunta sa ganitong bagong yugto sa paglilingkod sa ating bayan, eh I will be focusing, of course, on the perspective of law enforcement na ating nakita naman na hindi natin puwedeng paghiwalayin sa ating economic development,” he concluded. (mtvn)

Photo courtesy of General Eleazar’s Media Friends

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