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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Olongapo has new PNP chief

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City officials and residents welcomed on Tuesday Senior Supt. Florencio Buentipo Jr. as the city’s new chief of police replacing Senior Supt. Orlando M. Maddela Jr. in simple ceremonies at the city hall.

Buentipo was former operations officer of the Traffic Management Group in Camp Crame before he was assigned Olongapo City police director.

In his parting message, Maddela said he was grateful to the city leadership for the trust and confidence they vested in him and for their support in keeping the peace in the city.
“I have been assigned to several places but it is only in Olongapo City where I have found vision and volunteerism being done and implemented from the highest office of this city down to the ordinary people in the streets. This attitude of the Olongapeños made the city a very ideal place for any police official,” he said.

“Peace and order is easily maintained because of the cooperation of each and every citizen. This attitude made the city a partner in crime solution efficiency nationwide,” Maddela expressed.
He served as Olongapo City police chief for three and a half years during which it was awarded the Best Police Office in Central Luzon for three consecutive years and the second Best Police Office nationwide.

“These accomplishments cannot be attained without the support of the city government and the citizenry,” Maddela said. “Though all my bags are packed and ready to go, I’m sure the [Olongapo City Police Office] will not rest in its fight against criminality and illegal drugs. I am very sure that I am leaving the command to an equally competent police officer, Senior Supt. Buentipo Jr.,” he said.

Buentipo thanked Mayor James Gordon Jr., Sen. Richard Gordon for giving him the opportunity to serve the city and promised to continue Maddela’s program in partnership with the local government and the citizenry.

Gordon also commended Maddela for his “honorable” leadership of the city’s police force for its unwavering commitment to protect the people against the presence of terrorism, instability and political unrest.

“Under his leadership, Maddela diligently protected this city from these threats and under his leadership, the OCPO was recognized as one of the best in the country. But I believe that, in Senior Superintendent Buentipo’s leadership, we will become the best police force in the country,” Gordon added.

Paneda awarded Maddela the “Medalya ng Kasanayan” for his stint as city director. He will be transferred to Camp Crame in Quezon City.


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