According to Director Edgardo E. Acuna, head of the PNP Directorate for Personnel and Records Management and newly-designated concurrent chief of the PNP Program Management Office, "so often we think of prayer as our â€˜last resort.'"
first day as PMP executive director vice Verzosa by enumerating the police's priorities.
said that in consultation with the PNP
directorial staff and their advisers, "we will ensure the proper execution of the proposed leadership workshop" stated by Verzosa in his policy and help the operations quad-functional staff cascade the PNP master plans down to the police station level to empower field units in their counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism and anti-crime campaigns.
said they will also look at the need to develop the PNP personnel rotation plan."While we recognize the need for individual career advancement, PMO cannot afford frequent changes in its leadership especially at the project management level.
"We must carefully balance the need for infusing â€˜new blood' with the need to ensuring continuity of leadership and sustainability of projects," Acuna
said adding the PNP
is no exception to different organizations whose men are resistant to change. Acuna
said they will be pushing for the continuation of the PNP
Integrated Transformation Program to have a more capable, effective and credible police force.