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San Juan approves incentives for most oustanding men in uniform
The San Juan City Council has passed an ordinance to provide incentives to the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) personnel who have displayed exceptional performance of duty.
The ordinance is titled “An Ordinance granting incentive to uniformed personnel from the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology detailed to the City of San Juan who has exemplified service excellence in promoting the national interest while supporting government programs of the Local Government of the City of San Juan and appropriating funds for the purpose thereof”.
The local government of San Juan recognizes and values the hard work and important role played by the men in uniform in ensuring the safety and peace of the community.
The incentive will be given to all personnel from PNP, BFP, and BJMP, regardless of employment status and detailed to the San Juan City Government for at least six months, who have been recognized by their respective agencies for outstanding service.
The selection of the awardees will be based on nominations from their respective agencies, accompanied by a letter of recommendation, and evaluated based on their demonstrated patriotism, integrity, excellence, and spirituality; ability to work with others; and overall contribution to the upliftment of the general welfare of the people of San Juan.
A cash reward of fifty thousand pesos (P50,000) will be given per agency for specific categories, such as the Best Police Commissioned Officer (PCO), Best Police Non-Commissioned Officer (PNCO), Best Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP), Best in Operations, Best in Administration, Best Male Dormitory Jail Officer, and Best Female Dormitory Jail Officer.
The selection process and awarding of cash incentives will be conducted annually, and the awardees will be recognized during the Gabi ng Parangal, the annual celebration of Araw ng San Juan.
The ordinance has undergone its second and final reading held last February 15 and is set to be approved. This is just one of the efforts of the San Juan City government to recognize and appreciate the efforts of the uniformed personnel in maintaining a safe and peaceful community.
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