Bulacan police chief commends cops for job well done during May polls
Acting Bulacan Police Provincial Office (BPPO) director Col. Charlie Cabradilla commended his men for keeping the peace during the May 9 elections.
The official said a total of 1,468 police officers, together with personnel from the Armed Forces of the Philippines, performed election duties at voting sites and checkpoints around the province.
Based on the Bulacan Provincial Election Monitoring Center election 2022 data, the cities of Malolos and Meycauayan, the towns of Angat, Balagtas, Bocaue, Bulacan, Bustos, Calumpit, Hagonoy, Norzagaray, Obando, Pandi, Paombong, Plaridel, Pulilan, San Miguel, San Rafael, and Santa Maria were listed as election areas of concern.
The towns of Baliuag, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Guiguinto, Marilao, and San Ildefonso were listed as of immediate concern; and the City of San Jose del Monte as of grave concern.
But Cabradilla said the BPPO registered zero election-related atrocities before, during, or after the election.
“Again, I commend the gallant men and women of the Bulacan Police Provincial Office for a job well done. Your selfless commitment to duty is indeed remarkable,” he said.
“To all our election partner agencies and supportive stakeholders, we take pride in working with you. And to the Bulakeños, it is our honor to have served you well. The sacrifices of our troops gave you an election that is secure, peaceful, and successful,” he said in a statement.
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