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VIGAN CITY, Jan 17 (PIA) — Philippine National Police Chief Director General Alan L. Purisima wants every police station all over the country to have an “evidence room” for the efficient conservation of pieces of evidence recovered in the crime scene.

Purisima disclosed his plan during his recent short visit in his hometown in San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur to grace the opening of the town’s newly-constructed police station’s building. The building, costing P5.153 million was the first police station that Purisima inaugurated since he occupied the top PNP position.

“I’m initiating the creation of evidence room in every police station all over the country for storage and for safe conservation of all evidences gathered from the crime scene to prevent from ‘adulteration.’ The adulteration of evidences had been the cause of dismissal of many a criminal case,” he explained.

For the construction of an evidence room in San Ildefonso police station, Ilocos Sur Governor Luis Chavit Singson donated a check amounting to P3 million which he handed over to Mayor Mark Purisima in a simple ceremony in the presence of General Purisima.

“I’m very much thankful to Governor Chavit for his support to our police operatives who give their best service to our people in the community,” he said.

“Such initiative by the local government unit (LGU) to our police forces is in- line with the development plan and agenda of President Benigno Aquino III in providing an excellent and a quality service to our people in terms of peace and security,” he added.

Meanwhile, Purisima cited that the newly-opened police station in San Ildefonso town was an edifice symbolizing every police officer’s commitment to deliver the best public service to the people.

“This edifice is a symbol of our enduring commitment through ‘serbisyong makatotohanan’ or genuine public service to protect and serve the people particularly my townmates,” he said.

During the same occasion, two new police motorcycles were formally turned-over for the station’s use and to improve mobility.

In another development, Purisima clarified that Ilocos Sur is not considered as “election hot spot” in the forthcoming May 2013 midterm elections but as one of the 15 “priority areas in the country.”

“Ilocos Sur is not an election hotspot but it is included in the list of provinces to be given priority police actions at an earlier time citing incidents in the past and in order to address all concerns including the presence of Partisan Armed Groups and internal security to ensure peace and order in the province,” he added. (ANl/FGL-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur)VIGAN CITY, Jan 17 (PIA) — Philippine National Police Chief Director General Alan L. Purisima wants every police station all over the country to have an “evidence room” for the efficient conservation of pieces of evidence recovered in the crime scene.

Purisima disclosed his plan during his recent short visit in his hometown in San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur to grace the opening of the town’s newly-constructed police station’s building. The building, costing P5.153 million was the first police station that Purisima inaugurated since he occupied the top PNP position.

“I’m initiating the creation of evidence room in every police station all over the country for storage and for safe conservation of all evidences gathered from the crime scene to prevent from ‘adulteration.’ The adulteration of evidences had been the cause of dismissal of many a criminal case,” he explained.

For the construction of an evidence room in San Ildefonso police station, Ilocos Sur Governor Luis Chavit Singson donated a check amounting to P3 million which he handed over to Mayor Mark Purisima in a simple ceremony in the presence of General Purisima.

“I’m very much thankful to Governor Chavit for his support to our police operatives who give their best service to our people in the community,” he said.

“Such initiative by the local government unit (LGU) to our police forces is in- line with the development plan and agenda of President Benigno Aquino III in providing an excellent and a quality service to our people in terms of peace and security,” he added.

Meanwhile, Purisima cited that the newly-opened police station in San Ildefonso town was an edifice symbolizing every police officer’s commitment to deliver the best public service to the people.

“This edifice is a symbol of our enduring commitment through ‘serbisyong makatotohanan’ or genuine public service to protect and serve the people particularly my townmates,” he said.

During the same occasion, two new police motorcycles were formally turned-over for the station’s use and to improve mobility.

In another development, Purisima clarified that Ilocos Sur is not considered as “election hot spot” in the forthcoming May 2013 midterm elections but as one of the 15 “priority areas in the country.”

“Ilocos Sur is not an election hotspot but it is included in the list of provinces to be given priority police actions at an earlier time citing incidents in the past and in order to address all concerns including the presence of Partisan Armed Groups and internal security to ensure peace and order in the province,” he added. (ANl/FGL-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur)VIGAN CITY, Jan 17 (PIA) — Philippine National Police Chief Director General Alan L. Purisima wants every police station all over the country to have an “evidence room” for the efficient conservation of pieces of evidence recovered in the crime scene.

Purisima disclosed his plan during his recent short visit in his hometown in San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur to grace the opening of the town’s newly-constructed police station’s building. The building, costing P5.153 million was the first police station that Purisima inaugurated since he occupied the top PNP position.

“I’m initiating the creation of evidence room in every police station all over the country for storage and for safe conservation of all evidences gathered from the crime scene to prevent from ‘adulteration.’ The adulteration of evidences had been the cause of dismissal of many a criminal case,” he explained.

For the construction of an evidence room in San Ildefonso police station, Ilocos Sur Governor Luis Chavit Singson donated a check amounting to P3 million which he handed over to Mayor Mark Purisima in a simple ceremony in the presence of General Purisima.

“I’m very much thankful to Governor Chavit for his support to our police operatives who give their best service to our people in the community,” he said.

“Such initiative by the local government unit (LGU) to our police forces is in- line with the development plan and agenda of President Benigno Aquino III in providing an excellent and a quality service to our people in terms of peace and security,” he added.

Meanwhile, Purisima cited that the newly-opened police station in San Ildefonso town was an edifice symbolizing every police officer’s commitment to deliver the best public service to the people.

“This edifice is a symbol of our enduring commitment through ‘serbisyong makatotohanan’ or genuine public service to protect and serve the people particularly my townmates,” he said.

During the same occasion, two new police motorcycles were formally turned-over for the station’s use and to improve mobility.

In another development, Purisima clarified that Ilocos Sur is not considered as “election hot spot” in the forthcoming May 2013 midterm elections but as one of the 15 “priority areas in the country.”

“Ilocos Sur is not an election hotspot but it is included in the list of provinces to be given priority police actions at an earlier time citing incidents in the past and in order to address all concerns including the presence of Partisan Armed Groups and internal security to ensure peace and order in the province,” he added. (ANl/FGL-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur)

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