The Peace Action and Rescue with Dedication to Serve the Society (PARDSS) is intensely reaching its colossal responsibility in its goal to attain peace, unity, public safety and development in the community. Though the country had suffered much losses during the visit of several typhoons, which greatly affects our economic stability, not to mention the loss of lives and properties it caused, the Filipinos are still struggling for its great survival. After the typhoon, the floods posed a threat and health hazards to its victims thus, makes the situation more unbearable. It is in this premise that PARDSS swooped into action and assisted the local government agencies in their week long rescue and relief operations. After that momentous event, we focused on another task relative to the peace and order situation during the conduct of Oplan "Kaluluwa" in the different cemeteries in the metropolis. Today, PARDSS is looking forward to face all these challenges no matter how hard the job is. Because we care for the people and we are committed to share what we have!
For the past three three years, PARDSS have soared high in its way for progress to help the community in its fight against criminality and in the maintenance of peace and order which greatly attributes to the success of the government in the implementation of its flagship programs in the country. PARDSS should have failed in doing their tasks if not of the expertise of their officers and members as well as their two energetic advisers who in one way or the other helped in adopting the correct administrative and operational capabilities in running the organization. We are honored to present to you the people behind these noble cause! The officers and members of PARDSS, takes a vow with honor and pride in this humble website! Please click or open the "About Us" page and meet them now!
Our "Photo Gallery" page displayed The PARDSS Photo Ops during its 1st, 2nd and 3rd Anniversaries respectively. Other pictorials include Oplan "Balik Paaralan" last June and Crime Prevention Week Celebration on September 2009. Please click here for your viewing pleasure!
Whether you are a member or non-member of PARDSS, you can write your comments, recommendations, suggestions or anything you want to say about the organization, you can log it in the "Blog" page. Click here and let's start the ball rolling!
BALINTAWAK QC CPC RIZALDO RODRIGUEZ
TANDANG SORA, Q.C. CPC ROSEMARIE WELL RAMOS
STO. DOMINGO, Q.C. CPC ROBERTO GAGALA
TATALON, Q.C. CPO HENRY FLORES
NOVALICHES-DEPARO Q.C. MPC ROMEO P. CONSTANTINO, JR.
BATASAN, Q.C. CPC ELMER EDURIA
SANDIGANBAYAN QC CPC RAMON MORALES
DILIMAN QC CPO JOCELYN APLICADOR
GILMORE QC CPO MARICEL MONTEREY
PROJECT 4, QC MEMBERS ONLY
PROJECT 8, Q.C. MEMBERS ONLY
LITEX QC MEMBERS ONLY
PAYATAS QC MEMBERS ONLY
MAGALLANES CPC SILVERIO CATOR
TONDO, MANILA NPBD DIVINA S. GO
VALENZUELA MEMBERS ONLY
NAVOTAS CPC ILDEFONSO ROQUE
MERVILLE PQUE CITY CPC EDILTRUDO REDOBLE
MUNTINLUPA CITY CPO LEONICE CASAS
TAYTAY RIZAL PROPER CPC NANEL P. CALINOG
MANDALUYONG CPO NONOY GACUTE
BINANGONAN RIZAL MEMBERS ONLY
STA. ANA TAYTAY RIZAL CPO JAIME SALANDANAN
DOLORES TAYTAY RIZAL CPO JOSEPH VIGILA
MUZON TAYTAY RIZAL CPO EDUARDO MANGLALLAN
SAN JUAN TAYTAY RIZAL CPC LINA MORADA
MONTALBAN RIZAL CPC RICARDO CRUZ
ANTIPOLO RIZAL CPC ROMEO
DELA PAZ ANTIPOLO CPO ROSALINA MANALO
CAINTA RIZAL CPC NALHERDEY C. PADER III
CABUYAO LAGUNA CPC CHRISTOPHER AGPAWA
LOS BAÑOS LAGUNA CPC REX BADRINA
VICTORIA LAGUNA CPC MARCIAL CALABIG
BACOOR CAVITE CPO ERIC BERNABE
TANAUAN BATANGAS CPC RANDY MENDOZA
STA. ROSA LAGUNA CPO JOSELITO DIANITO
SARIAYAYA QUEZON CPO MANOLO ATIENZA
MARILAO BULACAN MEMBERS ONLY
MUZON BULACAN NPBD ARTURO CAPARAS
SAN JOSE TACLOBAN
BURAUEN LEYTE CPC CHITO REFUERZO
CATBALOGAN CITY CPC RICKY J. BAUTISTA
BASEY SAMAR CPC NESTOR ORTEGOSA
PAMPANGA CPC ERNESTO DE OCAMPO
PANGGASINAN CPO MARCELINO CASTELO
ROMBLON CPO FAITH FRANCISCO
OFW CHAPTER NPCE AUREA GALANG
TIAONG QUEZON MEMBERS ONLY
OROQUITA CITY MISAMIS OR. MEMBERS ONLY
CAMARINES NORTE MEMBERS ONLY
TARLAC MEMBERS ONLY
ANTIQUE MEMBERS ONLY
ISABELA MEMBERS ONLY
SURIGAO DEL SUR MEMBERS ONLY
ILOCOS SUR MEMBERS ONLY
NUEVA ECIJA MEMBERS ONLY
STO TOMAS BATANGAS CPO MARINETTE P. BALBACAL
STA. LUCIA NOVALICHES CPO ERNESTO ASILO
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS NPCE ANASTACIO ANDANTE
NPCE ARMANDO GONZALES
NPCE ROBERTO SANTILLAN
NPCE BENJAMIN SALDOM
NPCE HERMINIA LUYONG
NPCE AUREA GALANG
NPCE FERDINAND RAMOS
ACCREDITED: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE (PNP), NATIONAL HEADQUARTES CRAME
POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS GROUP (PCRG), CAMP CRAME QC
ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE OF THE PHILIPPINES
(ACPPI), CAMP CRAME QC
ALLIANCE OF CONCERNED PNP ACCREDITED NGO'S OF THE PHILIPPINES
INSURANCE COMPANY: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS (PNRC)
PARDSS' live up to the saying that crime prevention is everybody's concern: together we can fight and prevent crimes. As part of our program on the quest for peace and to keep you away from risk of being a victim of crimes, we urge you to read these practical crime prevention tips to serve as your guide and reference in protecting yourselves from these unscrupulous criminal elements. Please click here to open the page!
We are requesting all the officers and members of PARDSS to start logging in at this web site and subsequently sign in at the "Guest Book" for record purposes. Announcement, rejoinders, updates, upcoming activities and other concerns of PARDSS will be published here for your information. You can also invite your family and friends to visit our web site for for their reading pleasure! Thank you for your cooperation!
The Chief PNP: Encouraging Citizen’s Involvement in Policing
“But our visions and gains are impossible to achieve without the active support of an empowered citizenry who know their rights and responsibilities.” This was the statement of the Chief PNP PDDG Jesus A. Verzosa in the article A Call to Leadership… Towards Genuine Transformation, published in the ACCPI’s Chief’s Focus (maiden issue).
He further said that this is best exemplified by Miss Karina Agudo who once went to a police station to report a crime and instead experienced first-hand the sorry administrative and logistical state of some of our police stations. We thank her for her outright honesty and courage in reporting this to a national daily, which strengthened our resolve to implement our model police station project.
But what is most commendable about Miss Agudo is that she did not stop there. Today, she works part time with the PNP Program Management Office and plays a key role in promoting transformation at the police station level.
We need more citizens like Karina Agudo who knows her rights, stands up for these, and participates in making change to happen.