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Since the implementation of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030: Peace and Order Agenda For Transformation And Upholding Of the Rule-Of-Law” in 2009, the PNP have established an effective measuring tool to track the implementation and progress of the PNP’s overall effort for real and lasting transformation.
The Chief PNP, POLICE DIRECTOR GENERAL RICARDO C MARQUEZ, made it a priority to sustain the implementation of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 through his Strategic Focus: “CODE-P: 2013 and Beyond” following our government’s commitment as we aimed to attain our vision to become a highly capable, effective and credible police service.
The progress that we are gaining from the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 would not be possible if not for the collective efforts of the PNP units and offices. As one of the primary units of the organization, the DRD has always been consistent in looking for resources that will further result to the advancement and progress of its ground units in terms of providing their best public safety services to our people.
Acquiring a vision of quality PNP uniform and accoutrements and standard equipment, the work of the DRD personnel is a day-to-day challenge to perform at their best with the provision of modern devices, latest technology and clothing that fits to our environment.
Our success is brought about by the joint effort of our personnel and reliable stakeholders who continuously provide us with all the much needed assistance to fulfill our mission.
I always believe that it is not only our fellow policemen whom we are serving but most of all, our fellow countrymen who always want us to be more efficient and effective for them to always feel secured and protected.
Innovation is indeed a stimulating factor that enhances our capabilities in achieving our goal towards real and lasting transformation.

Director, DRD



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