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General Lina C. Sarmiento

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Employment History

Chief

Protection Group

Director for Police-Community Relations

Philippine National Police

Chief Superintendent

Philippine National Police

Head of the Human Rights Affairs Office

Philippine National Police

Head

PNP

Chief

PNP

Director for Police-Community Relations, Director

PNP

Chief

Police Security and Protection Group

Commander

Police Security and Protection Group

Head

Police Security and Protection Group

Chair of the Claims Board

BS Aquino

Chair of the Claims Board

Human Rights Victims

Head of the Claims Board

Human Rights Victims

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Lina Sarmiento, chief of the ...

politics.inquirer.net [cached]

Lina Sarmiento, chief of the PNP Police Security and Protection Group, said that in line with Commission on Elections (Comelec) Resolution 8714, all deployed security escorts were immediately recalled on Sunday and were brought back to their main units at their respective police headquarters.

Sarmiento said this was the first time all security escorts were ordered recalled for accounting. However, she assured all individuals, especially witnesses and kidnap victims, that the PNP would not abandon them.


Chief Superintendent Lina ...

www.philippinenews.com [cached]

Chief Superintendent Lina Sarmiento, chief of the PNP Police Security and Protection Group, said that in line with Commission on Elections Resolution 8714, all deployed security escorts were immediately recalled on Sunday and were brought back to their main units at their respective police headquarters.

Sarmiento said this was the first time all security escorts were ordered recalled for accounting. However, she assured all individuals, especially witnesses and kidnap victims, that the PNP would not abandon them.
"We cannot abandon them. Those that are securing, we will not abandon them. [The recall] is just one way of forcing them to immediately apply [to the Comelec]," she added.
Under Comelec Resolution 8714, the letter orders issued to security escorts were cancelled leaving them unauthorized to serve as security detail to officials or VIPs.
"There is a need to account or inventory all PSPG personnel considering that without the necessary letter order, the [security escorts] are not anymore authorized to serve as security detail to their respective VIPs and that officially they are now assigned back to their respective PSPG units," Sarmiento said.
Sarmiento said that applicants, regardless if they are candidates or private individuals, should first seek the approval of the Joint Security Control Center of the Comelec before they could again acquire police escorts.
The application for police escorts and other security personnel began on January 10. Each applicant must pay a filing fee of P5,000 addressed to the Comelec when applying for a security escort.
At the same time, Sarmiento said she has met with representatives from the House of Representatives, Senate, and other diplomatic and consular services to discuss the existing Comelec resolution as well as the process in applying for security escorts.


Sarmiento, apologist of human ...

www.samarnews.com [cached]

Sarmiento, apologist of human rights violators, has no place in the ML victims' Claims Board - SELDA

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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.
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"We do not see any clear basis for the appointment of Sarmiento; only a conscious effort to discredit and dishonor Martial Law victims.
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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.
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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.
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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.


Lina Castillo Sarmiento will ...

www.journal.com.ph [cached]

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.

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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.


Lina Sarmiento who is the ...

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.

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