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‘Valley Cops’ awards medals to 5 outstanding policewomen

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines- In culmination of Women’s Month, five outstanding Cagayan Valley policewomen here received on Monday, March 26, medals in recognition of their notable accomplishments in the region.

Police Regional Office 02 (PRO2) awarded a ‘Medalya ng Kagalingan’ to PO2 Eunielyn Valdez of Allcapan Police Station. Valdez led the successful implementation of a search warrant for the crime of rape against Joanne Unana in Macutay, Allacapan.

The same medal was awarded to PO2 Irene Wanden of Iguig Police Station for implementating a search warrant for against rape suspect Rene Bauat in Barangay Manaoag, Iguig, Cagayan.

Policewomen awardees (back) with Cagayan Valley police officials and the ceremony’s guest of honor, Board Member Maria Olivia Pascual. GTL

Meanwhile, ‘Medalya ng Papuri’ was awarded to Police Senior Inspector Novalyn Aggasid of Solano Police Station for leading a successful buy-bust operation against suspect Ferdinand Siquing in Nueva Vizcaya.

Same honor is given to Police Senior Inspector Julia Mejia of Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya Police Station, and PO2 Mylene Beltran of Sto. Niño, Cagayan Police Station for implementing separate search warrants.

PRO2 Director Police Chief Superintendent and Cagayan First District Board Member Maria Olivia Pascual led the pinning of medals to the awardees.

Meanwhile, SPO1 Liza Macalinao, who was unable to attend the ceremony, was also honored with a ‘Medalya ng Papuri’ for leading a successful anti-illegal drug operation in Tumauini, Isabela.

The Valley Cops honored the policewomen in a culmination program in Camp Marcelo Adduru, here.

Cagayan First District Board Member Maria Olivia Pascual, the guest speaker for the event, encouraged police officers and the public to work together to make a difference for the women’s sector.

(READ: Cagayan lawmaker to police: ‘We can make a difference for women’)

“Each one of us can make a difference for the women’s sector. We may have separate focus addressing women’s concerns, taken collectively, these efforts will redound to the general well-being of women. As a consequence, women will not be left behind in the pursuit of change,”Pascual said. Northernforum.net

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