The PNP in partnership with the Passport On Wheels (POW), Department of Foreign Affairs jointly conducted the 1-Day Passport Processing for PNP Personnel and Dependents on July 27, 2019 (Saturday), from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Foundation Room A-D, Center for Law Enforcement Studies Building, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City.
The activity is part of the observance of the 24th Police Community Relations Month. A total of 440 applicants successfully processed their passport application while 80 applicants were either have their appointment rescheduled and/or disqualified due to lacking/insufficient requirements.
Relatedly, 738 passports applications were received and encoded in the DFA Portal and only 520 applicants paid their processing fee.
Police Officers Responsible For Organizing, Transforming & Empowering Communities (PROTECT) 6th General Assembly with PDIR EDUARDO SERAPIO M GARADO, The Director for Police Community Relations representing PDG OSCAR D ALBAYALDE, Chief, PNP as Guest Of Honor and Speaker at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City
PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUZ, Regional Director, PRO3 welcomes the participants in the Recovery and Wellness Program cascading held at the Multi-Purpose Hall, Headquarters, PRO3, Camp Olivas, San Fernando, Pampanga on April 2, 2018 spearheaded by the Directorate for Police Community Relations and Police Community Relations Group.
Police Director EDUARDO SERAPIO M GARADO, TDPCR, attended the Drug Use and Recovery: What is the Evidence? Forum at the Quezon City Experience Hall (QCX) on April 20, 2018. With him is the DPCR Command Group and all DPCR Division Chiefs. This is the first public forum on psychological research on Drug Use and Recovery in the Philippines. It features 26 studies on Social Attitudes, Prevention, Nature of Drug Use, Recovery and After Care, Community-Based Drug Recovery, Families and Recovery, Drug Rehabilitation and Treatment and The Interventionist.