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Dismissal from service order of ex-Argao police chief signed

PRO-7 chief says this is a warning for policemen, who are involved in illegal activities

By: Alven Marie A. Timtim - Reporter/CDN Digital | April 20,2020 - 08:16 PM

PRO-7 Chief has signed a dismissal from service order of Major Ildefonso Miranda. | CDN Digital file photo

Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7) chief, Police Brigadier General Albert Ignatius Ferro (left), talks with arrested Argao Police Station head, Major Ildefonso Miranda at the PRO-7 office in this March 6, 2020 photo. |CDND file photo

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The dismissal from service order of Police Major Ildefonso Miranda, former Argao police chief, was signed by Police Brigadier General Albert Ignatius Ferro, Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7) director, on Monday, April 20, 2020.

Despite the hectic schedule in relation to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Ferro said the administration was also keeping track of the cases especially those committed by the police.

According to Ferro, the dismissal from service order of Miranda would serve as a warning to those policemen who were involved in any illegal activities or doing activities that might tarnish the name of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

Look: Maj. Ildefonso Miranda Jr., police chief in Argao, Cebu poses for a mugshot after his arrest.

“That’s what we want for those that are badlongon nga mga police — we dismiss them so that we will maintain the discipline and professionalism of our police force,” said Ferro.

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In previous reports, Miranda was arrested last March 5, after he was caught housing female inmates in his own office.

When the dismissal order of Miranda will be official, he will no longer receive any benefits from the police organization.

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With the signing of the order, Ferro said Miranda could still file a motion for reconsideration within 15 days.

However, Ferro said that they were doubtful of any reasonable grounds that might come from Miranda as until now, the appropriate explanation on why an inmate was taken out from prison was not given any justification.

“He can’t explain it himself,” said Ferro./dbs

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