Look: Mga Bagitong Police Officer, Ginawang Drug-Free Ang Buong Camotes Island! - PilipiKnows

Look: Mga Bagitong Police Officer, Ginawang Drug-Free Ang Buong Camotes Island!

Four Rookie police officer significantly reduced the quantity of drug addicts in Camotes Island.
Their activities are being praised by the general population of Cebu.
Get to know them here!

Police Officers are commanded by law to "serve and protect" the citizenry from harm, particularly to make preparations for crooks. The police constrain is prepared to act vigilant and exercise sound logic for whatever situation or wrongdoing they experience. This story highlights cops who epitomize these beliefs.

A gathering of rookie police officers from Cebu stood out as truly newsworthy when they effectively disposed of drugs from Camotes Island.

According to Press Reader, then-police inspectors Jade Sumugat (26), Sigmund Freud Cruz (26), and Emmanuel Abaya (25) were advanced as the police chiefs for the towns of Poro, Tudela, and Pilar, separately. Additionally given acknowledgment was Senior Inspector Janus Giangan (28), who was assigned to San Francisco.




One month later, on December 2016, they were able to effectively rid Camotes Island of drug addicts. The report said that all of them initially came from the Regional Public Safety Battalion in Sibonga town.

Police officers Sumagat, Cruz, and Rabaya were classmates in the Philippine National Police Academy, batch 2014. Meanwhile, Giangan was three years their senior.


Rabaya, who was assigned to Pilar town, said that he immediately implemented “Oplan Tokhang” after he took office. 16 drug addicts surrendered under his service. He has also created programs for the surrenderers, which feature moral recovery, physical fitness activities, community clean-up in every barangay, and vegetable gardening.


Cruz, meanwhile, supported the 11 barangays under Tudela’s jurisdiction in their community programs that aimed to help drug dependents. These programs often involved sports-related activities. About 110 drug addicts have surrendered in the town that Cruz was assigned to.


Sumagat, for his part, reported that 118 out of 441 suspected drug addicts in Poro have surrendered. He added that he also helped implement the recovery programs that were initiated by local government units.
Giangan said that 441 out of around 2,000 drug addicts have also surrendered in the town he was assigned to. He helped with counseling and values formation for the surrendered drug addicts.



In an additional report from the Facebook page “Ronald ‘Bato’ Dela Rosa Supporters,” Rabaya entered the Philippine National Police Academy when he was just 17-years-old, making him an inspiration to other young people.
He claimed that the youth is the country’s hope for tomorrow, just as Philippine national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal said.
Here are more pictures of the inspirational rookie cops:



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