Congressperson Christopher “Bong” Go has communicated his help for Committee Report No. 112 of Senate Bill 1833 accommodating the rank arrangement and association of key situations in the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP). “For our formally dressed workforce, rank isn’t just a position, it is an image of authority and obligation. Subsequently, it is perfect that we group the key officials of the BFP and BJMP at standard with the rank characterization of the PNP (Philippine National Police),” Go said. The administrator of the Senate Health and Demography Committee clarified this during his co-sponsorship discourse of the measure during an ongoing Senate ordinary meeting. Referring to the need to address the imbalance in the rank order in these agencies, Go said the bill will improve association proficiency and adequacy in the BFP and BJMP by wiping out disarray in positions.
“We have to address the disparity in the rank arrangement and show our fire and prison officials that we value their commitment to their obligation and their penance, devotion, and administration to the nation,” he included. “It will likewise elevate the spirit of each formally dressed faculty in the BJMP and the BFP,” Go said. Once went into law, SB 1833 will revise a few segments of Republic Act No. 9263, An Act Providing for the Professionalization of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), revising certain arrangements of Republic Act No. 6975, giving the assets thereof and to different purposes. Go communicated trust that the measure will propel the formally dressed workforce in the fire and prison administrations to give powerful and productive public assistance. He praised Senator Ronald Dela Rosa for supporting and organizing the measure.