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NCRPO, EXPRESSES GRATITUDE TO THE PUBLIC FOR PEACEFUL UNDAS 2016
The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) recorded zero crime incidents all over Metro Manila on the observation of UNDAS 2016.
NCRPO Acting Regional Director, PCSupt Oscar D Albayalde expressed his gratitude to the public for abiding the laws and regulations particularly inside the cemetery; media and press people for helping the police in information dissemination and constant reminder to the public on safety tips for UNDAS 2016; Local Government Units, Joint Task Force NCR, Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Reserved Command, Bureau of Fire, and Volunteer Groups for all the support and cooperation that made the observation of UNDAS 2016 very peaceful and secured.
NCRPO Ensures the Public a Safer UNDAS 2016 Deploys 9,533 Police Personnel
Anticipating the coming long holiday and observation of UNDAS 2016, the National Capital Region Police Office will deploy 9,533 police personnel on October 29, 2106 until November 2, 2016 to secure different areas of interest, cemeteries, bus terminals, airports and seaports, churches and places of worship, tourist destinations, vital installations and places of convergence.
The NCRPO is also coordinating with other government agencies and counterparts like Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Metro Manila Development Authorities (MMDA), Bureau of Fire and Protection (BFP), Local Government Units and Volunteer Groups to serve as augmentation and force multipliers to ensure a safe, secure, orderly and “zero” incident observance of UNDAS 2016.
Albayalde ordered all District Directors, Chiefs of Police and Station Commanders closely coordinate with other agencies and intensify their intelligence and counter-intelligence operations to preempt any act of criminality.
The deployment will include Road Safety Marshalls in strategic areas along the routes to and from cemeteries and other areas of convergence to provide immediate police and security assistance to public. Beat Patrollers and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) experts will secure community key areas, places of convergence, vital and financial installations to preempt terroristic activities.
Albayalde cited the Manila Police District (MPD) as example where UNDAS 2015 observation had been generally peaceful with zero criminal incident recorded over 2,181,070 crowd estimate visiting the four biggest cemeteries in the region:Manila North Cemetery, oldest cemetery in Metro Manila with an average area of 54 hectares, Manila South Cemetery which measure 25 hectares, La Loma Cemetery and Chinese Cemetery.
Albayalde emphasized the strict implementation and monitoring on the prohibition of bladed weapons, flammable materials, liquors, wine and other alcoholic beverages, gardening tools, deadly buckles, loud speakers and gaming cards inside the cemeteries to preserve solemnity and peace in the place.
On the other hand, Albayalde solicits the public’s cooperation and support. He reminded the public to be alert and vigilant against any suspicious persons and activities and encouraged them to report immediately to the established Police Assistance Desks in 99cemeteries and nearest police stations.
He also reminded those who will travel to the provinces to secure their respective homes, unplug electrical appliances and make sure that all points of entry are locked.
Motorists travelling to the provinces are also reminded to check their vehicles’ “blowbagets” (battery, light, oil, water, brakes, air, gas, engine, tire and self) condition before embarking on a trip. Traffic Rerouting Scheme will be advised on October 29, 2016.
“Magtulungan po tayo para sa isang ligtas, maayos at mapayapang paggunita ng UNDAS 2016,” Albayalde stated. ###
Regional Joint Peace and Security Coordinating Council Meets for Unified Security Preparations for UNDAS 2016 and Anti-Terrorism Act
Regional Joint Peace and Security Coordinating Council Meets
for Unified Security Preparations for UNDAS 2016 and Anti-Terrorism Act
In line with the security preparation for the coming UNDAS 2016, and holiday seasons, the Regional Joint Peace and Security Coordinating Council (RJPSCC) met today at Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.
RJPSCC is a joint undertaking of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) through Joint Task force-NCR and the National Capital Region Police Office that address criminality, terrorism, lawlessness, emergencies and disasters particularly in Metro Manila.