In commemoration of the birth of the Christ Jesus and with the purpose of instilling teamwork, Police Regional Office 5 launches its annual Belen Making contest. Posted is another traditional Filipino Christmas symbol, it is a crèche or tableau representing the Nativity scene. It depicts the infant Jesus Christ in the manger, surrounded by the Virgin Mary, St. Joseph, the shepherds, their flock and some stable animals and angels. Support the entries that you like by SHARING and clicking the LIKE bottom under each entry. (Note: Only LIKES and SHARES will be counted as OFFICIAL VOTES for the entries)
As part of the highlight of PRO5 annual tradition in celebrating the yuletide season, we have again the Parol and Belen making contest. Showcasing the creativity of Bicolano posted are PAROLS OR CHRISTMAS LANTERNS made of recycled materials as the officially entries of this year’s PAROL MAKING CONTEST. Support the entries that is pleasing to your eyes by SHARING and clicking the LIKE bottom under each entry. *(Note: Only LIKES and SHARES will be counted as OFFICIAL VOTES for the entries)
The Philippine National Police, Police Regional Office 5, through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) invites contractors registered with and classified by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) to bid for the following projects:
Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City--- Police Regional Office 5 headed by PCSUPT ATTY ARNEL B ESCOBAL, Regional Director, joins the whole nation in the observance of the National Human Rights Consciousness Week and the 70th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights.
Personnel from the National Headquarters headed by PDIR ERICSON T VELASQUEZ, Director, DIPO SL conducted Field Visit at PRO5. The activity includes briefing presentation on current ISO Threat Situation and Political Assessment in the AOR. Said briefing presentation were attended by the Command Group, members of the Directorial Staff, Force Commander of RFMB 5, PMFC/CMFC, Atty. Maria Juana S Valesa, RED COMELEC ROV and LTC ARNEL B BAUTISTA, G3, ID, PA.
Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City - Police Regional Office 5 welcomes the 615 police recruits coming from the six provinces of the Bicol Region who have taken their oaths as the start of their journey as new members of the countries police force today, November 28, 2018 at the PRO5 Grandstand, Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City.
Police Regional Office 5 takes its part in inculcating transparency and accountability in the PNP organization through the implementation of PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2018-038 re Implementation of the People’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Manual.
The Philippine National Police continue to bolster its thrust on active community-oriented policing as it believes that peace and order is a shared responsibility of the police and the community. In order to maintain peace and security, streaming a strong relationship is the key factor for the community relies upon the police to serve and protect, and likewise the police relies on the community for its support and cooperation in order to effectively carry out its mandate.
Arrival Honor was accorded to PCSUPT DANIEL G MACATLANG JR, Acting Directorate for Integrated Police Operations- Eastern Mindanao as member of the NHQ Technical Working Group for the Cascading of the PNP People's Freedom of Information (FOI) Manual last November 12, 2018.
"People who are truly strong lift others up. People who are truly powerful bring others together.” — Michelle Obama, attorney and former First Lady of the United States The newly promoted PSSUPT PAUL F ABAY, Chief RPCRD PRO5 graced the traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony, Oath-taking and Donning of Rank as the resource speaker today November 12, 2018. PCSUPT ARNEL B ESCOBAL, Regional Director, PRO5 administered the oath-taking and followed by the donning of rank together with his spouse and family.
PCSUPT ATTY ARNEL B ESCOBAL, Regional Director attended the Signing of the Memorandum of Agreement of the Bicol Integrated Port and Maritime Security presided by Hon. NOEL E. ROSAL, Mayor, City of Legazpi/RPOC5, Chairman held at the Masonic Lounge, Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legazpi City today, November 5, 2018.
The Traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony of Police Regional Office 5 marks another week of commitment and self-dedication police service of the men and women of the Kasurog Cops. PSSUPT WINSTON DE BELEN, Chief, Regional Highway Patrol Unit 5, graced the Monday Flag Raising Ceremony as the resource speaker today, November 5, 2018 held at the PRO5 Multi-Purpose Building, Camp BGen Simeon A Ola, Legaspi City.