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PNP to acquire 2,500 personnel carriers
Topic Started: Jun 19 2013, 05:08 PM (1,446 Views)
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MANILA, Philippines - The government will be buying new vehicles for the Philippine National Police worth over P2 billion, Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas disclosed on Wednesday.

In an interview with reporters at PNP headquarters in Camp Crame, Quezon City, Roxas said the budget will be for the acquisition of 2,500 carriers or flatbeds for PNP personnel.

"Pinulong ho natin 'yung mga gumagawa ng mga sasakyan dito sa ating bansa. 'Yung car manufacturers association at 'yung iba't ibang mga kumpanya na gumagawa at nagbebenta ng sasakyan dito sa ating bansa.

"Ang PNP ho ay binigyan ng budget. Mahigit sa P2 billion at bibili ho tayo ng more than 2,500 na mga sasakyan para sa PNP at ito po ay ikakalat sa iba't ibang tanggapan at police office ng PNP sa ating buong kapuluuan," Roxas said.

He also assured the public that the transaction involving these PNP vehicles will be transparent in accordance with the Aquino government's "daang matuwid" principle.

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referring to the "flatbeds/carriers"... will it be similar to these PNP vehicles?

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this is good news for the people. more police patrol and visibility for everyone

ang ayaw ko lang dito sa ibang pnp personnel, abusado sa gamit. they should be taking good care of their mobile patrols. dami kong nakikita ang naririnig sa mga abuso dito. sayang naman ang pera ng taong bayan. ano yan kung masira bili na lang ng bago? :drunk:
Now it can be told, our beloved country have more than 15 Million BOBOTERS!!!
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UPDATE WITH ADDED INFO:

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Beemers for police cars? DILG opens bidding
by Rappler.com
Posted on 06/19/2013 8:02 PM | Updated 06/19/2013 8:09 PM

MANILA, Philippines – The government is going to purchase 2,500 patrol cars “to increase police visibility, mobility, and crime-fighting ability” nationwide, Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II announced on Wednesday, June 19.

If one of the bidders that Roxas invited bags the contract, the cops will indeed be visible – in fact, they will catch attention – with their flashy BMWs.

Roxas met with senior officials of about a dozen car manufacturers and dealers in Camp Crame on Wednesday. Representatives came from Mitsubishi, Honda, Toyota, Kia, and BMW, among others.


The Philippine National Police (PNP) has allotted P2.08 billion for the procurement.

Roxas said they are looking for “single cab pickup [types] with a carrier at the back.”

These will be purchased in bulk and not by piecemeal, Roxas said – “bulto at hindi sachet-style ang procurement.”

He said the purchase of these vehicles will be through an “open, transparent and fair bidding” process. It will be a “two-envelope” process involving technical and financial evaluation. Only those who pass the technical evaluation will be qualified to enter the financial evaluation phase.

Roxas tasked PNP officials to come up with new specifications for the vehicles it wants to procure, including its fuel capacity, engine displacement, horsepower, transmission among others.

On the other hand, he gave interested car manufactureres and dealers 30 to 45 days to come up with a prototype of the vehicle they will offer.

PNP deputy chief for operations Felipe Rojas said funds for the procurement of police vehicles will be sourced from the following:

Unused P241.5 million PNP Capability Enhancement Program (CEP) for 2012;
P894.4 million from CEP for 2013;
P944.4 million from the PNP Operational Transformation Plan (PNP OTP).

All 3 allocations are still awaiting Special Allotment Release Orders from the budget and management department. – RAPPLER


Based on the description it is indeed similar to the photo I posted above...
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his is good news for the people. more police patrol and visibility for everyone
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