A joint relief operation was conducted by Police Regional Office 5 and the members of the Philippine Chambers of Commerce and Industry at Brgy San Isidro Phase Gawad Kalinga Village, Libon Albay on November 10, 2020. The said activity benefited a total of 100 families highly affected by the Super Typhoon “Rolly” in the said barangay.
PBGEN ANTONINO R CIRUJALES and PCOL ULYSSES CRUZ, both members of the PNPA “Tanglaw Diwa” Class of 1992, with PRO5 personnel, spearheaded the distribution of relief packs to families affected by the Super Typhoon “Rolly” in Brgy Cararayan and Brgy Bariis in the municipality of Tiwi, Albay. PBGEN CIRUJALES was the former PD of Albay PPO while PCOL CRUZ is the present EX-O of DIPO-SL.
Police Regional Office 5 under the leadership of PBGEN BART R BUSTAMANTE, RD, continues its disaster response efforts to alleviate the present situation of the communities affected by the Super Typhoon “Rolly” in the region.
As part of the efforts the Regional Mobile Force Battalion 5 headed by its Force Commander, PCOL JULIUS DANAO GUADAMOR initiates the distribution of relief goods and other essential supplies at the barangays of Bato, Catanduanes dubbed as ”Kaliwanagan sa Catandungan: Share A Light, Win the Fight!" today, November 10, 2020.
The personnel RMFB 5 Maneuver Platoons raised funds to procure items including pansit bato, pack of dried fish (tuyo), instant noodles, clothes and Solar Rechargeable LED Camping Light that shall serve as the torch of light during the night time while the entire province of Catanduanes still experiencing power outage.
Such initiative is a manifestation of the firm commitment of the men in service to lend a hand and extend help to our fellow Bicolanos to start over after the destructive effects of the typhoon. This unit shall also ensure that nobody fights alone in this battle.
Police Regional Office 5 headed by PBGEN BART BUSTAMANTE, RD, together with Police Regional Office 7 under the leadership of PBGEN ALBERT IGNATIUS D FERRO, RD, handed over relief goods to the residents of Brgy. Gabon, Polangui Albay on November 6, 2020.
The chosen area is one of the flooded barangays in the province of Albay during the typhoon.
As part of the activity, the aforementioned team rendered entertainment programs to help ease the discomfort that the constituents are currently experiencing with the aftermath of the calamity.
During the activity a Psycho-Social Intervention program was conducted with the aim to provide entertainment and alleviate the suffering of the victims of the Super Typhoon “Rolly”.
Police Regional Office 5 headed by PBGEN BART R BUSTAMANTE, Regional Director, receives 200k worth of 7liters mineral water donated by the students of the Philippine Public Safety Colleges-National Police College on November 6, 2020.
Said bottled waters will be distributed to the communities affected by the Super Typhoon “Rolly” in the province of Catanduanes.
Tinanggap ng Police Regional Office 5 sa pangunguna ni PCOL JEFFREY S FERNANDEZ, CRS, PRO5 ang iba’t ibang ayuda lulan ng BRP Pangasinan vessel mula sa Police Regional Office 7 sa pamumuno ni PBGEN ALBERT IGNATIUS D FERRO, Regional Director noong ika-11 Nobyembre 2020. Kasama sa relief items ay ang mga sako ng bigas, tubig, delata na personal na ini-abot ng mga tauhan ng PRO7 sa rehiyong Bicol.
Taos puso ang pasasalamat ng PRO5 sa pagbuhos ng tulong at suporta sa mga Bicolano upang harapin ang panibagong bukas ng mas matatag at buong pag-asa.
Maraming Salamat po!
Police Regional Office 5 under the leadership of the Regional Director, PBGEN BART R BUSTAMANTE thru the Regional Community Affairs and Development Division and in coordination with Oas MPS conducted relief distribution to the 200 families severely affected by the Super Typhoon “Rolly” at Brgy. Ilaor, Oas Albay on November 3, 2020.
The community of Brgy. Ilaor, Oas Albay is one of the beneficiaries of the relief goods donated by Police Regional Office 1 in the region.
Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City—In the spirit of volunteerism and modern-day baranggayan, Police Regional Office 5 receives one hundred thousand (Php 100, 000.00) worth of grocery items from Police Regional Office 1 on November 3, 2020.
The supply which includes bottled waters and assorted canned goods shall form part on the Pulis-Kasurog Food Bank which aims to provide relief goods and other essential items to people who have been affected with the super typhoon “Rolly” in the region.
Pulis-Kasurog Food Bank on Wheels: Police Regional Office 5 thru the Regional Community Affairs Division in partnership with Police Community Affairs Development Group and the Regional Finance Service Office 5 distributed relief goods to the victims of Super Typhoon "Rolly" in Travesia, Guinobatan on November 3, 2020.