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The Officer-in-Charge of the Zamboanga City Police Office, Superintendent Diomarie Albarico yesterday announced the changes in some key positions inthe different police stations in Zamboanga City.

Based on special order number 184, seven police stationswhose commanders have already served for two years or more, were declared vacant.

Police Station 1 Commander, Chief Inspector Salvador Galvez was relieved and assigned to Tourist Police Office under Police Station 11.Replacing her is Chief Inspector Joseph Lim, the deputy station commander.

Police Station 2 Commander, Chief Inspector Ramon Bautista Jr. was replaced by Sr. Inspector Crisanto Yabo. Bautista was assigned to Police Station 6 as deputy station commander.

Police Station 4 will now be headed by Chief Inspector Hazel Fernandez and the outgoing station commander, Chief Inspector Elmer Solon will head the Investigation Section of Police Station 11.

Police Station 5 will now be under the command of Superintendent Mark Azur. The outgoing commander, Chief Inspector Arlan Delumpines will be the chief of the Criminal Investigation Detective Management Branch (CIDBM) of the ZCPO.

Police Station 8 Commander, Chief Inspector Hingming Ladjaali will be assigned at the Patrol Section of Police Station 11 and will be replaced by Sr. Inspector Daniel Taub.

Sr. Inspector Albert Alfaro, Chief of the Investigation Section of Police Station 11, will assume as the new Police Station 9 Commander, replacing Chief Inspector Karib Muharram who was transferred to the Operations and Planning Branch of ZCPO.

Police Station 10 Commander, Chief Inspector Raymond Sanson was replaced by Sr. Inspector Alvin Gutierrez. Sansonwas assigned to the Traffic Management Branch of the ZCPO.

Albarico said that Police Station 3 Commander, Chief Inspector Chester Natividad, Police Station 6 Commander, Superintendent Nonito Asdai, Police Station 7 Commander, Chief Inspector Joseph Ortega and Police Station 11 Commander, Superintendent Areston Limos, will remain in their respective posts.

Albarico expressed optimism that the changes in the Command of the police stations will better improve the services of the police stations. (Eugene A. Lasprilla)




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