Slain Davao cops entitled to benefits—PNP

By on March 11, 2017


The four Davao City policemen who were killed by suspected New People’s Army (NPA) members on Wednesday will receive benefits and insurance from the Philippine National Police (PNP).  . (Photo: Philippine National Police/Facebook)
The four Davao City policemen who were killed by suspected New People’s Army (NPA) members on Wednesday will receive benefits and insurance from the Philippine National Police (PNP). (Photo: Philippine National Police/Facebook)

MANILA—The four Davao City policemen who were killed by suspected New People’s Army (NPA) members on Wednesday will receive benefits and insurance from the Philippine National Police (PNP).

Director Ramon Purugganan, the Director for Personnel and Records Management (DPRM), on Friday said that the family of PO3 Jeden Mie Rabor of Scene of the Crime Operations (SOCO) Davao; and PO1 Rholly Benelayo, PO1 Saro Mangotara and PO1 Joey Narvaza of Bansalan Municipal Police Station, will receive benefits from the PNP, Presidential Social Fund-Special Financial Assistance (PSF-SFA) and Public Safety Mutual Benefit Fund, Inc. (PSMBFI).

The four PNP personnel were dispatched in Barangay Sibayan, Bansalan, Davao del Sur to conduct crime scene operation on a reported shooting incident at about 7:30 a.m. last Wednesday when they were ambushed and killed.

The beneficiaries of the four slain policemen will receive a pension which is equivalent to 50% of base pay and longevity pay, commutation of accrued leaves (CAL) and SFA, all from the PNP.

Likewise, the Presidential Management Staff (PMS) will give Php 250,000 as part of the PSF-SFA; gratuity, burial, pension and scholarship from the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM).

Moreover, a total insurance coverage amounting to more than Php 1.5 million from the four slain members’ Equity Plan, Basic Group Term Plan, Special Group Term Insurance and Burial Assistance Benefit will be given by the PSMBFI.

Included in the total insurance coverage is the Php 498,000 cash advance that was immediately provided to the surviving relatives of the four slain policemen while they are on the process of completing the requirements for the settlement of other financial aid.

PNP chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa visited the wake of the slain Davao City policemen and the injured, PO3 Allen Arnado on Thursday.