New San Jose top cop vows to make town safer place

first_imgThis capital town has a new Officer-in-Charge Chief of Police. Major Benjo Clarite (center) takes over the role and responsibilities of his predecessor Lieutenant Colonel Marc Anthony Darroca during a turn-over of command ceremony in the San Jose municipal polices station’s conference room on March 4. ANTIQUE POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE PNP-PRO6 SAN JOSE, Antique – The newly-installedOfficer-in-Charge Chief of Police of this capital town has expressed hisoptimism towards making this place a better community. Major Benjo Clarite assumed the role andresponsibilities of his predecessor Lieutenant Colonel Marc Anthony Darrocaduring a turn-over of command ceremony in the San Jose municipal policestation’s conference room on March 4. Meanwhile, Mayor Elmer Untaran laudedthe San Jose municipal police station for its exemplary performance, citing thatit formed part of the accolades the town has garnered. With the policies set, Clarite appealedto the personnel to deliver excellent police service while upholding the rightsof the constituents. For his part, Darroca believed that hehas done his best to assure this capital town’s peace and order in his almosttwo years of stay. He also requested his successor to continue and improve thebest practices of the police personnel here. center_img Prior to his appointment here, Claritebeloned to the Philippine National Police Academy Class 2010 and was assignedto the Provincial Regional Office 6 as Assistant Chief of the RegionalIntelligence Division. “We have to sustain all the programs andprojects that have been initiated by PLt. Col. Darroca and I know Benjo canmake it with the help of our personnel in San Jose Municipal Police Station,” themayor said. “We must diligently exert effort tocontribute to attain our one goal that is to make San Jose a safer place tolive, work and do business,” Clarite said. He also pledged his support to theworthwhile endeavors of the Philippine National Police.(With a report from PIA/PN)last_img read more