CABATUAN, Cagayan Valley

Brigadier General Percival Rumbaoa, a member of Philippine National Police Academy class of 1992 and a native of Cabatuan town in Isabela province took over the command of the Cagayan
Valley police vice Brigadier General Steve Ludan this Monday. Rumbaoa, who was also Santiago City, Isabela police director in 2016, took the helm of the Cagayan Valley regional police during turnover rites presided by PNP Chief General Rodolfo Azurin Jr.. Accepting the challenge of Azurin Jr., Rumbaoa promised to work hard, exert more efforts in order to sustain and improve the public safety services being rendered to the people of Cagayan Valley through the security framework: M+K+K=K and the “Kasimbayanan” program, espoused by the PNP chief.

“I am committed to pursue these programs and adhere with the current thrust of President Bongbong Marcos, the peace and security and ant criminality programs currently implemented by the Chief PNP.” Prior to his new post, Rumbaoa was the liaison officer of the office of Gen. Azurin Jr. to President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., when he received his one-star rank on February 17 this year. Ludan, a member of Philippine Military Academy class of 1992, from Tanudad, Kalinga, retired from police service turning 56 also on Monday.

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