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NCRPO : MPD CONCLUDED P R O.T.E.C.T PROGRAM FOR CVOs AND BRANGAY TANODS

NCRPO- PMGEN VICENTE D DANAO, JR administered the graduation ceremony of Patrolling and Response Operations Training to Empower CVOs and Tanod (P.R.O.T.E.C.T.) of Manila Police District on October 27, 2021, 1:30 PM at Benigno Aquino Jr. Elementary School, Baseco Port Area, Manila.

Present during the graduation were PBGEN BENJAMIN C ACORDA, JR, DRDA; PBGEN JON A ARNALDO, DRDO; PCOL JULIUS C SURIBEN, Chief, RCADD; PLTCOL JULIUS CAESAR M DOMINGO, AC, DCADD; along with other PCOs and PNCOs.

Barangay Chairwoman Dianne Espinosa of Brgy. 649 warmly welcomed the attendees and participants of the event. Further, police officers within the area assured that the activity was conducted in compliance with the minimum public health standard protocols set by the IATF to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 .

The Training on P.R.O.T.E.C.T aims to educate the force multipliers to equip themselves with the proper knowledge and skills regarding fundamentals or basic techniques and procedures on citizens arrest, arrest, search and seizure, patrol operations, first responders and crime scene prevention. Through this training, they developed confidence as they work hand in hand with their counterparts to whom they share the same mission.

There were a total of 42 participants from Sta. Cruz Police Station; 57 from Sampaloc Police Stations; 38 participants from Ermita Police Stations and 63 from Baseco Police Stations.

Meanwhile, 200 food packs were distributed to the participants while the NCRPO Mobile Kusina-Tele-eskwela-Bayanihan (MKTB) shared hot arrozcaldo to everyone present in the event.

In his message PMGEN VICENTE D DANAO, JR expressed his gratitude to the participants for their active participation. Further, he encouraged them to continuously help the law enforcement in the prevention and control of crimes and cited the importance of a harmonious relationship between the police and the community.###