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Tomas G. Rentoy

Chairman

Philippine National Police Academy Alumni Association

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

PNP Academy Alumni Association Inc.


Third, Chairman

PNPA Alumni Association


President

PNPA Alumni Association


Member, Supervisory Office

Security Agency


Director of the Supervisory Office

Security Agency


Head of the Supervisory Office

Security Agency


Director Chief Superintendent

PNP


Chief of the Budget Division

PNP


Director of the Supervisory Office

Investigation Agency


Head of the Supervisory Office

Investigation Agency


Chief of the Supervisory Office

Investigation Agency


Affiliations

PNP

Director


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www.journal.com.ph

Tomas Rentoy III of PNPA Class 1983.
Rentoy, the PNPAAAI chairman of the board, said PNPA graduates would lead the "March for Justice for SAF 44" from Dasmariñas City in Cavite province to Quezon City in Metro Manila.


www.manilatimes.net

Tomas Rentoy 3rd, chairman of the PNP Academy Alumni Association Inc., said more PNP personnel were supposed to join the sympathy walk.
Rentoy said the board of trustees is planning to file a disciplinary action against Baxinela.


www.newsflash.org

Tomas Rentoy III, PNPAAAI chairman of the board, said the march turned out to be successful and peaceful despite the cancellation of permits and the call of a police official for their fellow PNPA graduates not to join the event.
"Despite many hindrances, we consider the sympathy march for justice for SAF44 successful," Rentoy said. "There were so many obstacles thrown our way." He said they had secured several permits for the event, but "a few days before the march, our permits were recalled one after the other. We don't know why." Rentoy said Senior Superintendent Jerome Baxinela, president of the Camp Crame chapter of the PNPAAAI, issued the call not to attend the march. Rentoy, a retired police general, explained that among cadets, being ostracized by alumni and batchmates is far worse because this translates to being considered nonexistent. He said Baxinela's infractions would be among the agenda of the meeting of board of trustees this week in preparation for the general assembly of the PNPA alumni homecoming on March 12. While the group was trying to assemble outside the gate of Camp Crame, there were members of Gabriela holding placards denouncing the government. A PNPA officer approached the leader of the militant group and requested them not to use the march for any political protest, to which the group obliged. Rentoy revealed that last week, an officer of Bayan indicated the group's intention to participate in the march. Rentoy said he gave them guidelines, including the ban on anti-government slogans.


www.manilatimes.net

Tomas Rentoy 3rd, chairman of the PNPA Alumni Association Inc., said the indignation rally marks the 44-day period of mourning for the SAF troops.
He said the activity will be conducted in two phases.


www.newsflash.org

But former police general Tomas Rentoy, president of the PNPA Alumni Association, said they will push through with their unity walk.
"We still have no permit, but the sympathy march will go on," Rentoy said in a text message. Rentoy declined to comment on the supposed call of a certain Senior Supt Jerome Baxinela, who claims to the chapter president of the PNPAAA in Camp Crame, urged all chapter members not to join the march. "The intent of the PNPAAAI National is noble but the present situation does not warrant participation thereof. Let us uphold public interest over and above all other interest," said Baxinela in a text message shared to the media by PNP spokesman Chief Supt Generoso Cerbo. Rentoy reiterated the association's earlier statement that the unity march is an "apolitical" activity and will focus on the demand for justice for the police commandos who were killed in a covert mission to capture international terrorist Zulkifli bin Hir last January 25.


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