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This profile was last updated on 9/28/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Leonardo E. Dionisio

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Employment History

  • Head
    PNP Civil Security Group
  • Chief
    PNP Civil Security Group
  • Director
    Civil Security Group of the Philippine National Police
Web References
Journal Online, 28 Sept 2006 [cached]
Leonardo E. Dionisio, head of the PNP Civil Security Group which has supervision over the PNP-FED, the police unit in charge of regulating the issuance of gun and explosives permits in the country.
Dionisio said he has sent an investigator to Taiwan to look into the claim of a Taiwanese boat captain that the guns recently recovered from his ship came from the Philippines.He, however, did not name those being investigated as well as their ranks.
Dionisio said the Taiwanese Coast Guard discovered and seized the smuggled weapons shortly after the boat arrived in Taiwan.The boat captain and his crew were ordered detained and investigated.
"The boat captain is saying that the 118 pieces of assorted handguns came from the Philippines but that is yet to be confirmed unless we can cross-match the serial numbers of the weapons with our existing records," Dionisio said.
He said that even the Taiwanese authorities are unsure if the weapons really came from the Philippines."That is why we are helping in the investigation.We really want to establish if the weapons really came from our country," he said.
Dionisio said they are trying to find out the routes taken by the Taiwanese vessel since there is always the possibility that the weapons could have come from another country and not the Philippines.
"What we want to establish here is whether there is truth to the Taiwanese boat captain's claim that the guns came from the Philippines.And if that is true, who are the sources of these weapons," Dionisio said.
YEHEY!News [cached]
Leonardo Dionisio who was assigned as chief of the PNP Civil Security Group.
Former PNP Headquarters Support Services Chief Supt.
Journal Online [cached]
Leonardo E. Dionisio, director of the Civil Security Group of the Philippine National Police, said that for a start, 40 individuals will be trained next week.
Speaking at the weekly Talakayan sa Isyung Pulis or TSIP at Camp Crame, Dionisio said the applicants include retired military or police officers, former military or police personnel who have served for a minimum of five years, and other qualified college graduates.
He said a PDPA must pass the Personal Security Protection Course jointly designed by the Police Security and Protection Office, the CSG Security Agencies and Guards Supervisory Division and the Philippine Association of Recognized Security Training Schools before he can provide security for a private person.
A PDPA must also pass specialized courses on intelligence and investigation, basic marksmanship, training, crisis management and other related courses in personal security protection service, Dionisio added.
Journal Online, 14 Oct 2006 [cached]
Leonardo E. Dionisio of the Civil Security Group (Nov. 6), and Chief Supt.
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