SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union, August 21 (PIA) — Around 482 newly promoted police personnel in Ilocos region will undergo orientation seminar on Personnel Management.
The seminar aims to upgrade and refresh their knowledge as they embark for higher responsibility that corresponds to their ranks, said Police Chief Supt. Franklin Jesus B. Bucayu, Police Regional Office 1 (PRO1) regional director in a statement.
The topics to be discussed include the police service ethics and responsibility, job description and duty responsibility, PNP protocols on proper decorum (tamang bihis and basic police courtesy), and public service skills enhancement or police service professional attitudes, said Police Supt. Sterling Raymund P. Blanco, acting chief of Regional Personnel and Human Resource Development Division (RPHRDD).
It also includes lectures on management and leadership ability skills, developing proficiency in public speaking and effective communication skills.
They will also be equipped for more competitive and effective police service, Blanco added.
The seminar was initiated by PRO 1 as part of its best practices and the first region to set off such kind of undertaking to maintain the professional leadership of Region 1 police.
The 482 police personnel composed of 8 Police Commissioned Officers (PCOs) and 474 Police Non-Commissioned Officers (PNCOs) took their oath last July 30 this year. (JCR/EMR-PIA 1 La Union with report from PRO1 PSupt. Jovencio S. Badua, Jr.)