CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – “I am once again reiterating to all police personnel to refrain from showing support for local or national political aspirants. While I am encouraging all police personnel to exercise their right to suffrage as citizens, they must remain apolitical in carrying out their mandate as members of the PNP.”
Thus, Police Regional Office-3 director Brig. Gen. Matthew Baccay enjoined the 12,188 men and women of the Central Luzon police to refrain from all partisan political activity related to the coming May 9 elections.
Baccay went even further as to caution the police force against expressing their political leanings on social media, as this would impact on the organization’s political neutrality. PRO3-PIO