Published: Friday 02 December, 2016

LOOK Dasmarinas PNP Solicits for Christmas Party

Isn’t solicitation during the Christmas season prohibited for all government employees? Then why is the PNP in Dasmarinas soliciting for its Christmas party? A netizen posted a copy of a police solicitation letter online and has asked Philippine National Police chief ‘Bato’ dela Rosa to investigate the matter.

There have been a number of reports about government authorities reminding their employees against solicitation this Christmas season. Most prominent of these is the warning given to NAIA personnel where solicitation and extortion in years past had been reported. It’s okay to greet tourists and travelers ‘Merry Christmas’ because Filipinos are naturally hospitable. But to expect anything in return is improper. Even worse is to ask for something in return.

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It is, therefore, no surprise that a netizen reacted to the solicitation letter of the Dasmarinas City Police Station asking for sponsors to make their Christmas party ‘more meaningful’.

ATTENTION : GENERAL ROLAND DELA ROSA

FYI PO!
This P/Supt . RODOLFO CAOILI HERNANDEZ with mobile number 0917 828 9752 AND PO1 SHERYLYN FEDEREZ with mobile number -0915 7054 593

Nag so-solicit po sila para sa kanilang Christmas Party.

Hindi ba nga pinag babawal ito? Pati nga sa Bureau of Customs bawal bumati ng Merry Christmas kung may meaning ang pag bati. Then itong mga Pulis ng Dasmarins Station, ang kapal ng mukha mag solicit.

PAKI IMBESTIGAHAN NAMAN PO ITO.

This was what Kristina Durano wrote on her Facebook page together with the photo of the police solicitation letter.

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Please share it so that it reaches PNP chief Roland ‘Bato’ dela Rosa.

dasmarinas police solicitation letter

The solicitation letter from the Damarinas City Police Station. (Credit: Tintin Durano via Facebook)

Source(s) :

Facebook, Inquirer



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