Tanco: Make Nacion full-fledged police chief

ROXAS City – Senior Superintendent Samuel Nacion, Capiz provincial police officer-in-charge, has been relieved from his post and was supposed to be transferred to Negros Occidental.

His transfer has been deferred, however, following a request from Gov. Victor A. Tanco to make him a full-fledged provincial police director.

Tanco asked the Provincial Peace and Order Council to unanimously approve a resolution requesting the Department of Interior and Local Government and the Philippine National Police to make Nacion’s status full-fledged.

He cited Nacion’s “very satisfactory performance” since assuming the post barely two months ago.

I am satisfied with his performance, [which is] why I [want him to] stay here and lead the police in Capiz,” stressed Tanco.

Nacion, in a radio interview, confirmed that he received his relief order from Chief Superintendent Josephus Angan, Police Regional Office 6 director, on April 22.

On April 23, however, he received another instruction from the regional headquarters holding his transfer to Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office in abeyance.

Nacion cannot ascertain the cause of his relief, but he believes it could be related to his campaign against illegal activities, particularly illegal drugs, in Capiz.

Since assuming as provincial police director on March 1, Nacion said he has led buy-bust operations that resulted in the arrest of several big-time suspected illegal drug pushers allegedly protected by influential persons in Capiz. (PanayNews/PNA)
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