The Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group together with the PNP Highway Patrol Group join forces in intensifying the conduct of Camp Lockdown in nine PNP camps nationwide.

PBGEN WARREN F DE LEON said that since January 27, 2023, they had been conducting camp lockdowns in several camps of the Philippine National Police across the nation. “Since January 27 to 31, 2023, we have inspected a total of 2, 213 motor vehicles and motorcycles in various camps in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.” D, IMEG said.

Accordingly, among the total number of inspected vehicles, there were a total of 36 individuals who were issued with citation tickets; 16 of which were PNP personnel, and the rest were civilians and other government agencies who were visiting the camp.

PBGEN DE LEON further said that based on the result of the activity, several violations were committed by PNP personnel, foremost among these were expired registration and no attached plate number, or improvised plate.

“Our goal for conducting this series of camp lockdowns is to apprehend unscrupulous PNP personnel using unregistered, recovered, impounded and carnapped or stolen motor vehicles and motorcycles and instill discipline within our ranks which is part of our efforts to intensify our internal cleansing program.” D, IMEG said.

“Isa din itong pagpapakita sa ating mga kababayan na ang ating PNP, sa pamumuno ng ating butihing Chief, PNP, PGEN RODOLFO SANTOS AZURIN, JR, ang ama ng Malasakit, na hindi kailanman exempted at itinotolerate ang miyembro ng aming hanay na lumalabag sa batas sa pag gamit ng sasakyan. Bilang pagmamalasakit, patuloy natin itong isasagawa.” PBGEN DE LEON added.

Director, IMEG further said that violators during the said activity were issued with Traffic Citation Tickets by the HPG personnel while the administrative charges are being prepared against active PNP members.###