8 PNP camps named after cops

8 PNP camps named after cops

PRESIDENT Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. has named eight police camps and real properties of the Philippine National Police (PNP) after exemplary policemen.

Under Proclamation No. 429, the newly named camps and properties include Camp Brigadier General Ludovico Padilla Arejola in Camarines Sur; Camp Captain Salvador Jaucian del Rosario, Sr. in Legazpi City and Camp Colonel Juan Querubin Miranda, which used to be the Camarines Sur Police Provincial Office.

The 50th Maneuver Company Regional Mobile Force Battalion 5 was also renamed Camp Police Max Jim Ramirez Tria and the Police Regional Office of MIMAROPA Headquarters as Camp Brigadier General Eugenio C. Navarro.

In a separate proclamation, No. 430, he also renamed Police Regional Office 12 in General Santos City to Camp General Paulino T. Santos and the Biliran Police Provincial Office as Camp Private Andres P. Dadizon.

The Camarines Sur 1st Provincial Mobile Force Company Headquarters was also renamed the Camp 2nd Lieutenant Carlos Rafael Paz Imperial.

The presidential proclamations were made available on the Official Gazette website

Mr. Marcos said renaming the PNP camps was in line with the Republic Act. No. 10086, the Strengthening Peoples’ Nationalism Through Philippine History Act, aims to boost Philippine nationalism and the love of the country by honoring exemplary Filipinos. — John Victor D. Ordoñez