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75th CES Founding Anniversary

The PNP Communications and Electronics Service under the stewardship of PCSUPT CARLOS B DE SAGUN celebrated its 75th Founding Anniversary on September 8, 2017 held at PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp Crame, Quezon City with Police Director RAMON O PURUGGANAN, Director, Directorate for Comptrollership as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.

During the anniversary commemoration, PNPCES personnel who have shown exemplary dedication to their duty, leadership, and excellence were given appreciation and distinction.

This year’s theme: “Umaangat na Antas ng Komunikasyon ng Pambansang Pulisya sa Pamamagitan ng Makabgong Teknolohiya” is a manifestation of the unending mandate of PNPCES to establish an effective police communications network. It is also a testament that PNPCES is an indispensable institution in today’s challenges.

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1st Director, CES Golf Tournament

In support to the PNP health and wellness program, a fund raising activity dubbed as the “1st Director, CES Golf Tournament” was held on August 12, 2017 at Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club, Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, EDSA, Quezon City. The proceeds of said event will be used to procure health and wellness equipment for CES personnel and to support other significant projects of the Service.

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Assumption of Office

PCSUPT CARLOS B DE SAGUN, Director, CES receives the office symbol which is the CES Flag from PDIR FERNANDO H MENDEZ JR, TACDS, during the Assumption of Office.

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Guest of Honor and Speaker

PCSUPT CARLOS B DE SAGUN, Acting Director, CES receives the office symbol which is the CES Flag from PDIR FERNANDO H MENDEZ JR, TACDS, during the Assumption of Office.

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Promotion of PCSUPT Robert Gatlec Po

On December 15, 2015, newly promoted PCSUPT ROBERT G. PO, Director, Communications and Electronics Service attended the Oath-Taking Ceremony and Donning of Ranks, which was presided by PDG RICARDO C. MARQUEZ, Chief, PNP at the Star Officers Lounge, NHQ PNP Bldg., Camp Crame, Quezon City. Shown in the picture are PDG MARQUEZ, PCSUPT PO and his wife. The Said ceremony is a long time tradition of the Philippine National Police and is a manifestation of giving importance to the morale and welfare of members in the organization.

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Sports Fest 2015

Team CES for the 2015 NHQ-NSUs Sportsfest.

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First Friday Mass June 2015

First Friday Mass at CES.

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PCSUPT MANUEL CESAR ALVAREZ PRIETO gives his guidance to CES personnel during morning formation at CES, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

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CCTV Training

Training on Installation, Operation and Maintenance on Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) at CES Social Hall, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

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Family Boodle Fight

CES personnel with PCSUPT MANUEL CESAR ALVAREZ PRIETO, Acting Director of CES during boodle fight last May 25, 2015 at CES Social Hall.

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Shooting Team

On May 28-29, 2015, the CES Shooting Team lead by PCSUPT MANUEL CESAR ALVAREZ PRIETO , Acting Director, CES participated in the PNP Glock Shooting Challenge at PNPA Firing Range , Camp General Mariano N. Castaneda. Silang Cavite. The event was participated by representative from different offices/units of PNP..

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72nd Founding Anniversary

On August 15, 2014 the PNP Communications and Electronics Service celebrated its 72nd Founding Anniversary at CES Social Hall with Police Director General RODRIGO PURISIMA DE GRACIA as Guest of Honor and Speaker.

A thanksgiving mass officiated by PSSUPT DEODY O BARRET, Director of Chaplain Service was held at CES Social Hall. During the celebration CES Personnel and NGO partners who exemplified outstanding performance and service were given recognition thru awarding of plaque of merit. The awardees are RCEO 6 as Regional COMMEL Office of the Year, PSSUPT LEO B BECERIAL as the RCEO Chief of the Year, PCINSP MARY GRACE C FLORES as Staff Officer of the Year, SPO4 Rommel A Arceo as Senior PNCO of the Year, PO3 Gregorio M Daguno III as Junior PNCO of the Year, NUP Clemente B Almazan as NUP of the Year and SMARTCOM (Saint Michael Action and Rescue Team of Commincator Incorporation) as The NGO of the Year.

With the 72nd CES Anniversary theme: “Mahusay na Komunikasyon Handog ng Kapulisan para sa Serbisyong Makatotohanan sa ating Pamayanan”, manifest the unending effort and continuing advocacy of CES to provide sustainable and effective means of communications to the Philippine National Police.

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Family Conference

The PNP Communications and Electronics Service conduct the CES Family Conference on March 24-28, 2014 at CES Social Hall, Camp Crame Quezon City.

The CES Family Conference serves as a venue for ideas, strategies, and programs were reviewed in order to achieve the full implementation as well as promotion of the CES Commitment to the PNP PATROL PLAN 2030 enhanced by PNP Chief, PDG ALAN LA MADRID PURISIMA’s strategic focus “CODE-P: 2030 and beyond”.

The Activity was participated by seventeen (17) Regional Communication and Electronics Office Chiefs, and NHQCES Division/Section Chiefs. The coverage of five (5) day conference includes discussions, group activities, formulation of strategies, and evaluation of reports.

The Family Conference concluded with a challenge by CES Director, PCSUPT RODEL DUTERTE CALUNGSUD that it is the continuing effort of CES to provide sustainable and effective means of communications to the Philippine National Police.

“CES Policewomen on Handgun Marksmanship Test”

As part of Gender and Development Program, the Marksmanship Test for female uniformed personnel was initiated by Communications Development and Training Division (CDTD) of CES which aims to ensure proficiency on proper handling and usage of hand gun.

In line with this, the policewomen of PNP Communication and Electronics Service composed of three (3) PCOs and twenty-three (23) PNCOs have undergone Handgun Qualification Marksmanship Test Phase II at PNP Training Service on April 2, 2014.

Prior to the actual Marksmanship Test, the participants were given orientation on the cardinal rules of gun safety. It was followed by dry firing exercises supervised by SPO4 Rey Ventigan, Range Officer of PNPTS.

All participants were given twenty-three (23) rounds of 9mm ammunitions and perform shooting on freestyle, stronghand, weakhand, kneeling position and shooting on the move on a time pressured sequence.


The PNPCES plays a very important role in providing communications support in the historic signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro. The Technical Team from CES installed communications equipment to the Advance Command Post at Sofitel Hotel, Pasay City on March 26, 2014 with PSINSP MARVIN C VINLUAN as team leader. The PNPCES was assigned in providing communications support thru monitoring activities such as movement during the arrival and departure of the delegates to the area of the event. The installed communication equipments are as follows: five (5) UHF base radios and issued thirty-four (34) handheld radios to different tasked Units.

CES Commitment 2015

“Our commitment for the year 2015 is that the men and women of CES will continue its mandate to provide reliable and effective means of communications from NHQ down to various police units (vice-versa) for a well connected PNP”.

“CES on GLOCK 17 Proficiency Test”

On January 9, 2013 personnel from Communication and Electronics Service have undergone a (1) one day GLOCK 17 Proficiency Test at the Firing Range PNP Training Service, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

Before the start of the Proficiency Test, SPO3 Richard Herrera (Range Officer of the PNPTS) discussed the importance of the (4) Cardinal Rules of Gun Safety as well as the safety features of the pistol. It was followed by the demonstration of assembly and disassembly process/procedure for GLOCK 17 including the proper maintenance of the pistol as part of familiarization.

The entire participant performed Dry Firing Exercises after SPO3 Bernabe Lesner demonstrated the fundamentals of handgun shooting.

Each participant was provided with (14) fourteen rounds of 9mm ammunition. On which (4) four rounds was for diagnostics and (5) round each for 5 and 10 meters distance on a time pressured freestyle shooting.

The Proficiency Test was participated by (42) forty-two CES Personnel wherein (12) twelve were Police Commission Officers and thirty (30) Police Non Commission Officers.

Importance of Communication System
becomes clear in “Super Typhoon Yolanda”

As we all know, the effect of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) make its way to prove how significant is the communication system as it brings total damages to facilities and infrastructures specifically in Region 8 which leads to identify it as the strongest storm ever known to make landfall and the fourth strongest storm ever recorded in the world with average strength of 195 mph (314 kph) at landfall.

Right after the landfall of Super Typhoon Yolanda, its effect causes total communication black-out in Region 8. During the height of identifying the situation in the area, the Communication and Electronics Service makes it way to immediately respond in providing communication link in the area. On November 11, 2013, the CES technical team (SPO4 Ireneo and PO1 Alicer) proceeded to Tacloban Area to install Motorola (XTL) UHF base radio and Codan (HF) Base Radio at Tacloban ACP (Sportscomplex) and Tacloban Command Post (Asia Star Hotel).

It was preceeded by the installation of Broadband satellite communication to provide telephone communication through Voice Over IP (VOIP). A total of four (4) VOIP telephone set was used in the area for coordination at PNPNHQ DMRPTG ACP in Tacloban Sports Center, Tacloban City. A total of fifty nine (59) UHF Motorola handheld radios were distributed, five (5) UHF Motorola Base Radios and four (4) CODAN HF radios were installed in Tacloban CPS, Leyte PPO, Guiuan PS, and Palo MPS.