Guv to NOCPPO OIC: ‘Keep Negros Occ. safe at all times’

September 25, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgPalgue urged the personnel to have the three C’s – character, competence and credibility – which he saw in the life of Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan, director of Police Regional Office 6. “He’s an Ilocano who has been in the police service for 25 years. I’m confident he’s up for the job,” he said. Lacson confirmed that Palgue, who hails from Nueva Ecija, was his choice among those included in the shortlist for next NOCPPO chief. Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson (left) speaks with Col. Romy Palgue (right), who assumes as officer-in-charge of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office June 4. The governor instructed Palgue to keep the province safe at all times. PIO NEGROS OCCIDENTAL VIA PNA “I know that the local chief executives here are very supportive. That’s why many applied to become the provincial director here,” he said. BACOLOD City – Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson has instructed the new officer-in-charge (OIC) of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOCPPO) to always ensure the safety of the Negrenses.Lacson issued the directive as he welcomed Colonel Romy Palgue as the successor of Colonel Romeo Baleros, who stepped down from his post as provincial police director on Thursday afternoon as he reached the mandatory retirement age of 56 today.“I’m confident he will continue what has been done by the previous provincial directors. It’s very important that he can keep Negros Occidental safe at all times,” the governor said in an interview after the turnover of command and retirement honors for Baleros held at the parade grounds of the NOCPPO headquarters inside Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. here. The governor also told Palgue to follow the orders of President Rodrigo Duterte on the “war on drugs.” “I’m confident that Colonel Romy (Palgue) would be able to keep the threat of drugs away from every Negrense,” he added. Palgue, a member of PNP Academy Class 1997, was assigned at the PNP Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrine Development.(With a report from PNA/PN) In his inaugural speech, Palgue thanked Lacson for selecting him and requesting the Philippine National Police (PNP) hierarchy to appoint him as the OIC provincial police director. Keep NegOcc safe at all times, guv tells police OIClast_img read more

Fletcher on the road back

September 21, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgManchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher has taken a big step forward in his recovery from a debilitating bowel condition, manager David Moyes has said. Press Association Fletcher last played for the first team on Boxing Day last year. Moyes said: “I think with the nature of his illness, everyone should be hoping he comes back. “It is the sort of thing that, whatever walk of life you are in, you want to see people make recoveries from illness or other things that are wrong with them. “Darren has shown that with the right medical treatment, by looking after yourself and doing the right training you can get back to where you were.” Two players back in the first-team picture are experienced centre-backs Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic. The pair have both had fitness issues but played together for the first time since the infamous derby loss to Manchester City in September in the midweek Capital One Cup win over Norwich. They could now both feature against Fulham at Craven Cottage in the Barclays Premier League this weekend. Moyes said: “I think they are both very close. They played against Premier League opposition in midweek, they both played 90 minutes. “I can’t see any reason why they wouldn’t be ready to be selected or be involved.” England international Danny Welbeck will not be involved in London as he continues his recovery from a knee problem. Moyes said: “Danny Welbeck has had a bit of fluid on his knee. “He has trained a few days this week and he is certainly getting much closer to match fitness but he will not travel this weekend.” But Moyes insists the Scotland international will not be rushed as he eases back into a routine of training and playing. Fletcher made his first appearance for United at any level in 10 months on Monday as he played 67 minutes for the under-21s against Fulham at Salford. The 29-year-old has featured little since being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in December 2011. He did return to make 10 appearances for United, as well as three for Scotland, last season but his comeback was put on hold as he underwent surgery in January. Moyes said: “It is great to get Darren back. “It was the first time he pulled on a jersey in a competitive reserve league game (since the operation) and we’re really pleased. “We will bring him along, his training is coming along well, but we don’t want to do anything that might give him a setback. “It is a sort of steady, slow grind for him just now. “But we are pleased and hope to involve him in the upcoming reserve games in the weeks to come, if he continues to do as well as he is doing now.” Moyes has sensed a strong desire within the game to see Fletcher, a former United trainee, back in action soon. last_img read more

Top Stories

August 11, 2019 0 Comments

first_img Top Stories Never one to really mince words, it’s worth wondering whatDockett is really saying here. Could it be that he finallyhas a good grasp on the defense and is ready to startmaking plays? Maybe he’s decided Ray Horton’s systemdoesn’t work for him and he plans on going back to what hedoes best. Or, perhaps, Nine-Oh is just planning onspending more time in the kitchen. Either way it’s worth wondering, because if a team leaderlike Dockett is voicing frustration over the defense thenthe rest of the team may not be far behind.At 1-5 and out of the playoff race the most daunting taskfor this coaching staff may be keeping the team togetherand not losing the locker room.At this point — much like their team on Sundays — theymay be fighting a losing battle. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Comments   Share   But has he finally had enough of being a square peg beingforced into a round hole, given that his job is not toattack but rather hold up linemen so the linebackers canmake plays?He tweeted:I’m back in that kitchen with pyrex Vision!!! I gave6games to give the other cats some now its time to give 90a run. I’m back on my ****! Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Darnell Dockett is not having a particularly good season.A Pro Bowl talent, Dockett has recorded just 18 tacklesand half a sack this season, failing to really make anykind of impact that would show up on the stat sheet. While some have argued Dockett’s play can be attributed tothe contract extension he signed before last season,others say it’s the defense that is holding him back.The veteran has admitted at times that the system has beentough to learn, always maintaining that he was going tofigure it out and get going.last_img read more