By Camcer Ordonez Imam
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY — The Police Regional Office-10 (PRO-10) is launching this week the “Pulis Natin” Caravan, a program of Philippine National Police (PNP) chief PDG Oscar Albayalde.
PRO-10 Regional Director PCSupt. Timoteo Pacleb has tasked the Police Community Relations Division as the office primarily responsible for implementing the caravan, at Centrio Ayala Mall, here.
Police Supt. Lemuel Gonda, spokesman and deputy chief of Regional Strategy Management Unit, PRO-10, said the caravan aims to bring all the support services being given by the PNP to the public, and to share information relating to PNP services, such as the License to Own and Possess Firearms, security guard concerns and complaints regarding abuses against women and children, among others.
The Caravan also includes recruitment of PNP personnel and launching of the Police Quick Response Action Center, Gonda said.
“Also included in the caravan are desk complaints regarding motor vehicle verification/registration, retirement claims and benefits of retired PNP personnel, and issues on illegal drugs,” Gonda added.
Earlier, the Coalition of Force Multipliers and Advocacy Support was conducted.
Also, a symposium on crime prevention and use of illegal drugs were held in selected high schools.