CEBU CITY — After a surprising reassignment, the former director of the Central Visayas police has left his office with “head held up high.”
“I am leaving team PNP (Philippine National Police) Region 7 with head (held) up high after being recently hailed as the regional office with the highest crime drop nationwide,” said Brigadier General Roderick Augustus Alba.
He said the Central Visayas police have had a huge illegal drug haul since October when he became regional director. He said they also have the highest number of arrests and cases filed in the government’s campaign against illegal drugs.
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