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Lina C. Sarmiento

Chief Superintendent

Philippine National Police

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Privilege Speech on Women's Month | Sen. Pia S. Cayetano

senatorpiacayetano.com [cached]

Lina Sarmiento who is the second female Chief Superintendent of the Philippine National Police, and the first woman to head a national support unit of the PNP as Chief of the PNP Community Relations Group.
Gen. Sarmiento is also the second policewoman to be conferred a rank equivalent to a one-star or brigadier general. She once again made history in 2012 by becoming the first female police officer to receive two stars, proving that women can definitely break barriers in a male-dominated field.


Human Rights Activists Demand the Removal of Philippine Constabulary Relic Gen. Lina Sarmiento

www.arkibongbayan.org [cached]

Lina Sarmiento
from the Martial Law Victims Board In the same breath that you ask us to give General Sarmiento a chance, we ask you TO PLEASE GIVE THE VICTIMS A CHANCE. LINA SARMIENTO FROM THE MARTIAL LAW VICTIMS CLAIMS BOARD Press Statement 24 February 2014 We denounce the appointment of Gen. Sarmiento as chair of the Human Rights Victims Claims Board (HRVCB). Sarmiento, the Aquino government junks altogether the state's admission of the atrocities and repression used against the Filipino people, the supposed objective of the law. Sarmiento is qualified for the job. However the Aquino government justifies it, the appointment of Gen. Sarmiento goes way beyond the issue of qualifications. Sarmiento, the people who fought the dictatorship cannot expect anything more from the current administration. Sarmiento, apologist of human rights violators, has no place in the ML victims' Claims Board - SELDA Aside from being a PC officer under Marcos, Sarmiento was the former head of the PNP's Human Rights Affairs Office during the Arroyo regime. "The Macapagal-Arroyo regime had the worst record of human rights violations post-Martial Law. Sarmiento's position as human rights officer under Arroyo is similarly deplorable," Enriquez added. "We do not see any clear basis for the appointment of Sarmiento; only a conscious effort to discredit and dishonor Martial Law victims. Nothing personal, but does Lina Castillo Sarmiento "have a deep and thorough understanding and knowledge of human rights and involvement in efforts against human rights violations" committed during the Marcos regime? No such evidence on record. And such "deep and thorough understanding and knowledge of human rights and involvement in efforts against human rights violations" are mandated by law. Does Sarmiento "have a clear and adequate understanding and commitment to human rights protection, promotion and advocacy? Open to serious challenge. And yet she will head the Human Rights Victims' Claims Board? Lina Castillo Sarmiento as chair of the Human Rights Victims' Claims Board. It is unfortunate that her credentials do not meet the minimum standards, albeit exacting, set under Republic Act No. 10368, otherwise known as the "Human Rights Victims' Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013." General Sarmiento, whatever her qualifications in the field of human rights violations might be today, cannot have any track record of involvement in or understanding or knowledge of the human rights situation during the martial law period. Former police director Lina Sarmiento, the first woman to hold a two-star rank in the Philippine National Police (PNP), has been appointed head of the Human Rights Victims' Claims Board. I knew Sarmiento headed the Police Security and Protection Group which assigns bodyguards to very important persons or VIPs. Sarmiento as head of HRV Claims Board! Justice to all Martial Law Victims! Sarmiento manifests Pres. BS Aquino's arrogance that is bound to marginalize the tens of thousands of human rights violations victims right from the very start. The task of the Claim's Board is not only monetary compensation but most of all to render justice for the Martial Law victims. Thus, we demand to recall the appointment of Gen. Lina Sarmiento and we will vow to support the formation of a People's Claims Board.


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Sarmiento, apologist of human rights violators, has no place in the ML victims' Claims Board - SELDA
Aside from being a PC officer under Marcos, Sarmiento was the former head of the PNP's Human Rights Affairs Office during the Arroyo regime. "The Macapagal-Arroyo regime had the worst record of human rights violations post-Martial Law. Sarmiento's position as human rights officer under Arroyo is similarly deplorable," Enriquez added. "We do not see any clear basis for the appointment of Sarmiento; only a conscious effort to discredit and dishonor Martial Law victims. Lina Sarmiento of the Philippine National Police as chair of the Human Rights Victims Claims Board that shall process the recognition and reparation of Martial Law victims. During the Arroyo administration, when Sarmiento was part of the PNP Human Rights Office, 152 women were women victims of extrajudicial killing, 31 women were disappeared, while 290 women were illegally arrested and detained," said Cristina Palabay, Tanggol Bayi co-convenor. While it is important to promote the substantive and democratic participation of women in all political processes, the appointment of Sarmiento does not, at all accounts, indicate that the poor, marginalized and disadvantaged Filipino women who suffered and struggled during the Martial Law period will attain justice, with a representative of their oppressors at the helm of the claims body," Palabay said.


www.journal.com.ph

I'm referring to two police generals in the person of Chief Superintendents Lina C. Sarmiento and Roland A. Vicente and Marjorie Alcaraz Samson, this year's top PNP Academy graduate.
Sarmiento recently assumed her new post as Director for Police-Community Relations of the Philippine National Police, a post that will make her the first 2-star female police general in the PNP and Philippine history. Unknown to many, Sarmiento, a former Police-Security and Protection Group director hails from a poor family from Calaca, Batangas. The eldest in a brood of 10 by farmer Ricardo, now 75, and Epifania, 74, a plain housewife, Sarmiento's success story has been a source of inspiration for Calaca folks and young police officers and men in the country.


www.journal.com.ph

Lina Castillo Sarmiento will assume her new post as Director for Police-Community Relations of the Philippine National Police, a position that will make her the country's first 2-star female police general.
Born on Sept. 23, 1958, Sarmiento comes from a poor family from Calaca, Batangas. The eldest in a brood of 10 by farmer Ricardo, now 75, and Epifania, 74, a plain housewife, Sarmiento is a veteran police operations officer who engineered some of the biggest anti-narcotics operations conducted by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency when she was still assigned there.


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