IN PHOTO: Turn-over ceremony of Police Regional Office 4A new Regional Director Police Brigadier General Felipe Rivera Natividad, a member of PMA Class ‘Bigkis Lahi’ of 1990 replacing the outgoing Director Police Brigadier General Vicente D Danao Jr., who earlier assumed post as the Director of the NCRPO presided by PNP Chief General Debold “Voltes V” Sinas on November 14 at the Multi-Purpose Center in Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna.
CAMP BRIG. GENERAL VICENTE P LIM, Calamba City, Laguna – Police Brigadier General Felipe Rivera Natividad, a member of PMA Class ‘Bigkis Lahi’ of 1990 named as the new Regional Director for Police Regional Office CALABARZON during today’s Turn-Over of Command Ceremony replacing the outgoing Director Brig. General Vicente D Danao, Jr who earlier assumed post as the Director of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO).
Presided by the Chief of the Philippine National Police General Debold M Sinas, the Turn-Over of Command Ceremony was witnessed by key officers and members of team Calabarzon as well as officials from the Local Government Units.
Natividad said in his speech, he was overwhelmed by the reception of personnel and other personalities in Calabarzon.
“I am humbled and challenged to give my very best in my position as the Regional Director of PRO4A knowing the recent achievements of the command and its reputation as the Nation’s Best Police Regional Office,” Natividad said.
The National Government’s 5-Point Agenda is focused on fighting Illegal Drugs, Criminality, Terrorism, Corruption, and Illegal Gambling. ‘Let us take CALABARZON into new heights,” Natividad in his closing message.
Meanwhile, Sinas congratulated both the incoming and the outgoing Regional Director while reiterating the importance of their respective positions along with his guidance for all PNP officers. “Sama-sama tayo sa pag-solve ng problema. We need unity, cooperation, to fight against oppression in spite of our differences, beliefs, as long as we join together to established a united and solid stand,” Sinas stressed.