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Atty. Rodolfo M. Garcia


Biography

The rank of Patrolman to Police Brigadier General. He entered the Quezon City Police in December 16, 1960. After graduation from the Police Academy, he was assigned with the Detective Bureau as Homicide Investigator, only after a month of foot patrol familiarization duties. As a Homicide Investigator for eleven years, he earned his promotions on the spot for various ranks. He was formerly the Chief of Theft and Robbery Section, Asst. Chief of the Criminal Investigation Division of the Northern Police District and later became the Chief of CID and held that position for nine years. Concurrent positions were also held by him such as Chief, Anti Carnapping Section and Cubao Station Commander while holding the position as Chief of the Criminal Investigation Division. In July 1986 after the EDSA revolt, he was designated as the Chief of Police of Quezon City, holding that position for four years. He was later on moved to the Headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Force at Camp Bicutan with the designation as Deputy Director for Administration. In 1991, he was designated as Director of the Southern Police District where he was promoted to Police Brigadier General. In March 1992, he was returned to Quezon City as Central Police Director. In May 1993, he was assigned as Regional Director of Region 3 covering Central Luzon, where he retired compulsorily on July 27, 1994, finishing his thirty-four years in the police service. He received several medals, unit citations, commendations, plaques of appreciation and plaques of merit. He studied at the Philippine College of Criminology for three years but shifted to Bachelor of Arts to qualify him to enter the College of Law, because at the time, Bachelor of Science in Criminology was not considered as Pre-Law. Finishing his law degree in 1979, he took the BAR EXAM in that year and passed with a general average of 82%, a few percentages shy from the top ten. He also finished his Masters Degree in Criminology in 1990. In 1959, before entering the police service, he finished the six-months Criminal Investigation Course at the National Bureau of Investigation Academy and graduated as valedictorian. In 1961, he graduated from the Quezon City Police Academy as Valedictorian. After retirement, he was hired as Dean of Criminology at Republican College in 1999. He resigned in 2002 and was appointed as Action Officer of the Quezon City Anti Drug Abuse Council, holding that position from 2002 to 2004. In 2004, he was hired as Consultant and Lecturer at the Philippine Public Safety College at Fort Bonifacio Taguig City, holding that position up to 2006. He is presently a practicing lawyer.
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This is the third book written by the author in the field of Criminology. His first two books are: Police ...
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The author has found out that there is scarcity of reading materials in circulation about the subject of POLICE PHOTOGRAPHY. ...
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The law-enforcement profession is fraught with dangers and risks. As the policeman steps out from his home, he may not ...
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A majority of our people, especially police retirees, wonder why these unforgivable operational and tactical lapses are happening with the ...
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The first book written by the author entitled Police Photography was approved for publication by the Central Professional Book Store ...