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PNP Modernization

PNP Modernization

As an adopted member of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and recipient of the Adopted Lakan Award from the Philippine National Police Academy Alumni Association Inc. (PNPAAAI), Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo brings a unique perspective and dedication to enhancing law enforcement capabilities for the safety and security of all residents.
Championing Police Modernization
In today's rapidly evolving landscape, police modernization is not just about upgrading equipment and technology—it's a cornerstone for establishing public order. Anna Mae advocates for comprehensive initiatives that prioritize efficiency, transparency, and community engagement within the PNP. By enhancing training programs, implementing state-of-the-art technology, and fostering a culture of professionalism, we can empower our police force to effectively maintain law and order.
Contributions to Public Infrastructure and Security
During her tenure as Chairperson of the Build Build Build Committee, under the leadership of Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Mark Villar, the agency established "Tatag ng Imprastraktura para sa Kapayapaan at Seguridad” (TIKAS) Projects” — a convergence program between DPWH and Department of National Defense (DND). The program included infrastructure such as Multipurpose Buildings, Ballistic Testing Facilities, and Firing Ranges, aimed at bolstering national security and enhancing operational capabilities.
Ensuring Public Safety and Economic Growth
Police modernization is essential for creating a secure environment conducive to economic growth. Establishing public order through effective law enforcement not only ensures safety for residents but also attracts investments, fosters business confidence, and paves the way for the Philippines to achieve its potential as a trillion-dollar economy. By investing in modern policing strategies, including data-driven approaches and community-oriented policing, we can build trust between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve, laying the foundation for sustainable economic development.
Expertise and Dedication
With a deep understanding of public safety and law enforcement stemming from her direct involvement in multiple projects with the PNP, including the construction and operationalization of quarantine facilities and modular hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic, Anna Mae is committed to shaping policies that promote accountability, professionalism, and effectiveness within the PNP. Her role underscores her dedication to improving law enforcement practices and ensuring that our police force remains at the forefront of maintaining peace and order.
DPWH Regional Director Ador Canlas, National Task Force Against COVID-19 Deputy Chief implementer Vince Dizon, PNP Chief Archie Gamboa, OCD Administrator Ricardo Jalad, and DPWH Build, Build, Build committee chair Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo inspect the ULTRA quarantine facility before the turnover to the PNP Medical Corps.
Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo was bestowed the Adopted Lakan Award by the Philippine National Police Academy Alumni Association Inc. in its 44th Grand Alumni Homecoming on March 8, 2024, International Women's Day.
During her tenure as Chairperson of the Build Build Build Committee, Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo, alongside Secretary Mark Villar of the Department of Public Works and Highways, oversaw the completion of 653 COVID-19 facilities.
Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo takes the oath as an adopted member of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Batch 2006, also known as Bagsay Lahi.
Anna Mae Lamentillo worked alongside the Philippine National Police in the conversion and operation of the Philippine International Convention Center into a COVID-19 isolation facility.

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