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General Reynaldo V. Velasco

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Background

Employment History

  • Police Chief Deputy Director
    Metro Manila
  • Police Chief Superintendent
    Metro Manila
  • Executive Director
    Philippine Center for Transnational Crime
  • Head
    Philippine Center for Transnational Crime
  • Chief
    Philippine Center for Transnational Crime
  • Deputy Chief for Administration
    PNP
  • Deputy Chief for Operations
    PNP
  • Spokesman, Replaced Deputy Director
    PNP
  • Executive Director
    Philippine Center on Transnational Crime
  • Head
    Philippine Center on Transnational Crime
  • Chief
    Philippine Center on Transnational Crime
  • Chief Deputy Director
    The NCRPO
  • President
    United States
  • Police Chief
    Manila
  • Ground Commander
    Task Force Dubya
  • Deputy Director
    Task Force Dubya
  • Executive Vice President
    Pangasinan Mayors League
  • Chief Deputy Director
    Philippine National Police
  • Member, National Capital Region Police Office
    Philippine National Police
  • Deputy Chief for Operations
    Philippine National Police
  • Deputy Director
    National Capital Region Police Office
200 Total References
Web References
MILITARY READY FOR ABU MOVE VS BUSH
www.newsflash.org, 28 Mar 2005 [cached]
Metro Manila police chief Reynaldo Velasco said they are maintaining a continuous heightened security alert in the light of the renewed threat of terrorism.
Velasco said security measures are in place particularly in vital instal-lations, malls, embassies and other public places.
He said he has also ordered the deployment of additional uniformed and in civilian-attire policemen in establishments, particularly in transportation facilities, embassies and government agencies.
He said additional K-9 teams have been tasked to conduct inspections around the vital installations in Metro Manila. (With Jocelyn Montemayor)
Bomb rips through bus on EDSA; 3 dead - Oct. 19, 2002
www.inq7.net [cached]
Reynaldo Velasco, Metro Manila police chief, had a slightly different explanation: he said the grenade-throwing incident was an altercation between two groups.
"There were two groups in two vehicles which started throwing grenades at each other," he said, without elaborating.
Makati City Police Chief Supt.Jovito Gutierrez echoed the sentiment, saying the police do not consider the incident a terrorist attack.
"Terrorists don't work that way," he said.But he said the Makati police would continue to investigate the incident to determine the motive behind it.
TYPHOON 'CHEDENG' LEAVES 7 DEAD
www.newsflash.org, 11 Dec 2003 [cached]
Metro Manila police chief Deputy Director General Reynaldo Velasco ordered five police district directors to put on standby six-wheeler trucks and heavy equipment to help ferry stranded commuters.
Global Nation | INQ7.net
www.inq7.net, 25 Nov 2003 [cached]
THE PUBLIC is encouraged to help curb criminality by reporting "suspicious movements" to police, Metro Manila police Chief Superintendent Reynaldo Velasco told GMA 7's "Unang Balita."
"If the reporting system is good, we will react faster," Velasco said, a day after robbers struck two banks and a pawnshop in the metropolis.
Velasco pointed out that the staff of the Union Bank of the Philippines branch in Parañaque City took 35 minutes to report the robbery on Monday that gave the suspects ample time to escape.
"Pag ganyan, kahit maglakad ang magnanakaw mahirap habulin (If it's like that, even if robbers just walk away, they will be hard to catch)," Velasco said.
Velasco said the public could report crimes through the police phone and text line 117.
"In less than five minutes we can react," Velaco said.
Velasco also cited the case of the robbery on an armored car of the Security Bank Corp. in Quezon City's Muñoz district also on Monday, where people in the area failed to report a "suspicious" Kia Pregio van parked near the site of the robbery.
The van was later used by the suspects as a getaway vehicle.
"It (van) was on standby with the engine running, that's unusual," Velasco said.
Velasco also said police were investigating the possibility that the recent string of bank robberies and kidnappings were linked to destabilization plots against the government, as President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo pointed out on Monday.
YEHEY!News
news.yehey.com [cached]
Velasco ranged against PMA classmates2/9/2005 2:00:00 AM
...
AS a contender for Philippine National Police chief, Deputy Director General Reynaldo Velasco will be up against three of his classmates in the Philippine Military Academy.
Velasco belongs to PMA Class of 1971 together with Deputy Director Generals Virtus Gil and Ricardo de Leon and Director Rolando Garcia.
...
Like his classmate, Virtus Gil, Velasco is approaching retiring age.He is due to retire on May 22.
Unless given an extension, Velasco, if appointed PNP chief, might become one with the shortest stint, since he will have only two months left when Agli­pay's term ends on March 14.
Other PNP officials doubt that Velasco will be named PNP chief, citing time constraints on his term and his "political" affiliation.
"He belongs to the other side of the fence.He is closely identified with the group of Renato de Villa," a Camp Crame official who asked not to be named said.
Velasco must also be cleared of the graft charges filed against him by a group of retired policemen before the Office of the Ombudsman.
Velasco is currently the PNP Deputy Chief for Operation, the third-highest post in the police hierarchy.
He was assigned as executive director of the Philippine Center for Transnational Crime and the former chief of the National Capital Regional Police Office.
Velasco also worked at three staff offices-the directorates for logistics, comptrollerships and plans before being assigned to the NCRPO.
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