Philippine National Police (PNP) chiefGen. Archie Gamboa ordered the reassignment of Lieutenant Colonel RichardMepania to the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) effective Feb. 27. He was part of a police contingent forthe United Nations peacekeeping mission and in the Police Regional Office-6management office prior to his assignment here. The outgoing police chief was supposedto report next to the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office on March 1. Mepania reached the maximum two-yeartour of duty since he was assigned to the Kalibo municipal police station onFeb. 19, 2018. During his time in this capital town,the police official was lauded for his efforts and performances towardseffective and efficient crime combating operations and solutions. Approximately two weeks ago, theSangguniang Bayan of Kalibo approved a resolution requesting the PNPorganization to extend Mepania’s tenure as Kalibo’s chief of police. After completing his two-year tour of duty in Kalibo, Aklan, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Mepania heads to his next assignment in the National Capital Region Police Office. Mepania will relinquish command to his successor, Police Major Belshazzar Villanoche. KALIBOAKLAN.GOV.PH KALIBO, Aklan – After completing histwo-year tour of duty, the police chief of this capital town was reassigned tothe National Capital Region. Mepania was the one who deployed SpecialMotorized Anti-crime Response Teams for police visibility and patrol in the 16barangays here. He was also responsible for the re-strengthened dedication ofthis town’s police personnel to God through Squad Weekly Interactive Meetings,among others. A lateral entry officer of TagasiyasatClass of 2003, Mepania will relinquish command to his successor, Police Major BelshazzarVillanoche – outgoing chief of police of Makato town in this province. (With a report from Akean Forum/PN)
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Here’s everything you need to know to tune into to Pac-12 Media Day 2019:MORE: Major storylines for all Power 5 conference media daysPac-12 Media Day 2019 TV schedulePac-12 Media Day 2019 will air on the Pac-12 Network on Wednesday, July 24. The full programming schedule is listed below (all times Eastern): The Pac-12 has found a way to distinguish itself from the other four Power 5 conference media days.The Pac-12 will move media day to Wednesday, July 24, jampacking a ton of fascinating storylines into a single day at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood, Calif. That’s fitting, considering the numerous interesting topics of discussion that will surely come out of the event conference, including USC coach Clay Helton, Year 2 of the Chip Kelly era at UCLA and whether the conference can make up ground on the gridiron with the rest of the Power 5. Time (ET)Programming2 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “North Division”3 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “California”3:15 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Oregon”3:30 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Oregon State”3:45 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Stanford”4 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Washington”4:15 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Washington State”4:30 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “North Division”7 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “South Division”8 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “South Division”9 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “North Division”10 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “California”10:15 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Oregon”10:30 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Oregon State”11 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Washington”11:15 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Washington State”11:30 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Arizona”11:45 p.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Arizona State”midnightPac-12 Football Media Day Special “Colorado”12:15 a.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “UCLA”12:30 a.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “USC”12:45 a.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “Utah”1 a.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “South Division”2 a.m.Pac-12 Football Media Day Special “North Division”MORE: Ranking Pac-12 coaches for 2019 seasonPac-12 Media Day team schedule(all times Eastern)Wednesday, July 24Pac-12 NorthMario Cristobal, Oregon (12:30 p.m)Jonathan Smith, Oregon State (12:45 p.m.)Justin Wilcox, Cal (1 p.m.)David Shaw, Stanford (1:15 p.m.)Mike Leach, Washington State (1:30 p.m.)Chris Petersen, Washington (1:45 p.m.)Pac-12 SouthChip Kelly, UCLA (5:30 p.m)Herm Edwards, Arizona State (5:45 p.m.)Kevin Sumlin, Arizona (6 p.m.)Mike MacIntyre, Colorado (6:15 p.m.)Kyle Whittingham, Utah (6:30 p.m.)Clay Helton, USC (6:45 p.m.)Pac-12 North players attending Pac-12 Media Day 2019CalEvan Weaver, LBCamryn Bynum, CBOregonJustin Herbert, QBTroy Dye, LBOregon StateJemar Jefferson, RBIsaiah Hodgins, WRStanfordK.J. Costello, QBCasey Toohill, LBWashingtonNick Harris, CMyles Bryant, DBWashington StateLiam Ryan, OLJahad Woods, LBMORE: Pac-12 2019 early conference primerPac-12 South players attending Pac-12 Media Day 2019ArizonaKhalil Tate, QBJ.J. Taylor, RBArizona StateEno Benjamin, RBCohl Cabral, CColoradoLaviska Shenault, WRNate Landman, LBUCLAJoshua Kelley, RBKrys Barnes, LBUSCMichael Pittman Jr., WRChristian Rector, DEUtahZack Moss, RBBradlee Anae, DE
Roman Abramovich will have to remain patient when Chelsea change their whole philosophy under Antonio Conte, according to Jason Cundy.The Premier League club appointed the Italian as permanent successor to Jose Mourinho and the 46-year-old will take the reins at Stamford Bridge in the summer, after Italy’s Euro 2016 campaign.The Serie A-winning boss has signed a three-year deal in west London, ending months of speculation.“He was top of the list,” former Blues player Cundy told Hawksbee and Jacobs.“I’m glad it happened, the club can now begin to plan and prepare [for next season]. Obviously he’s still got to go to France [to manage Italy at the Euros] – it wouldn’t bother me if they got knocked out so he can get back and start planning for next season.”After Chelsea’s 4-0 victory over Aston Villa at the weekend, interim boss Guus Hiddink talked of the need to give youngsters the chance to prove themselves at Stamford Bridge, ahead of a new era.The Blues have a number of exciting prospects emerging from their academy, with over 30 players out on loan, and Conte will be spoilt for choice when he takes his first session at Cobham in around three months’ time.“Chelsea over the last decade, one of the big failures at that football club is not producing players for our first team,” Cundy continued. “There have been some excellent players that have come through. We win almost every youth tournament/league we enter.“IF there is a philosophy change, I would be all for that, BUT the players have got to be good enough and ready.“We saw at the weekend that players like [Ruben] Loftus-Cheek have got the ability to go in and play at that level. It’s about opportunities and they have been few and far between.“Jake Clarke-Salter came off the bench for his debut, Charly Musonda who is out on loan, Nathan Ake – I think there are players here that are good enough.“Of course, managers come into Chelsea Football Club and the pressure to win things is intense. Therefore you can understand why there hasn’t been enough players. But if there is a philosophy change, you have to have patience and that is key.”Jason Cundy co-presents the Sports Bar, weekday nights from 10pm.