The New PNP Chief

Date posted on May 6, 2021
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Malacañang Confirmed on Wednesday that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has signed Police Lieutenant General Guillermo Eleazar’s appointment to replace Outgoing PNP chief  Gen. Debold Siñas who will retire on May 8 after reaching the PNP mandatory retirement age of 56. A few days ago, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año submitted a “one-name list” of his recommendation to become PNP chief.

“I express my sincerest gratitude to our Commander-In-Chief, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, for choosing me to be among the instruments of his genuine intention of having a well-disciplined and professional police force that could always be banked on in enforcing the law and in serving and protecting the Filipino people. To be appointed as the Chief PNP is a rare opportunity, but come with the challenges of good leadership and meeting the high expectations of the Filipino people. I accept these challenges,” Eleazar said in a statement.

Being a former head of the National Capital Region Police Office, PNP Chief of directional staff, PNP deputy chief for operations and deputy chief for administrations, Gen. Eleazar is the most qualified person for filling the position and has gone through most of the Senior positions in the PNP. He also became the Commander of the Joint Task Force COVID-19 Shield and became Regional Director of the PNP Regional Office 4A.

Lt. Gen. Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar will be the 26th chief of the Philippine National Police.

Source Phil. News Agency

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