VIllasis Police Station lauded for ‘Best Practices’

May 1, 2016 at 10:17 pm Leave a comment


By Virgilio Sar. Maganes
VILLASIS- Strong police visibility, community relations and interactions, open and responsive communication, community people participation and adequate allocation of logistical support are the key factors in ensuring peaceful and crime-free communities as reflected in the Performance Governance System (PGS) of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
The said key factors are what the Villasis Police Station are using in its quest for a crime-free municipality as well as to deter crimes and immediate apprehensions and arrests of wrong-doers.
In its quarterly meeting last March 21, the Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) of the town, chaired by Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator Roderick Emmanuel R. Mina, lauded Chief of Police Norman F. Florentino for the continuity of programs and projects initiated by former Chief of Police Jesus O. Manalo Jr., which are considered “best practices” as contained in the station’s PGS.
“As the town’s advisory council, we appreciate your initiative in continuing the programs and projects under COP (Jesus) Manalo who is now in Region I PNP and rest assured of our full support to these programs and projects,” Mina said.
Manalo was assigned in this town on August 13, 2013. Due to the election period, he was relieved on January 9 this year and assigned at PNP Regional Office in San Fenando City (La Union). Florentino, who was the former COP of San Manuel, Tarlac took over his post on same date.
During the advisory council’s meeting, COP Florentino briefed the members on the current  status of the police activities in the town notably on the “best practices” that include the Bike Patrollers (Ronda Bisikleta..Kontra Krimen), Tricycle Patrol (Ronda Tricycle..Kontra Krimen), Pulis Ko..Txtmate Ko (Txt Ko..Tulong Ko Kontra Krimen) and Daily Roll Call (Roll Call Sa Barangay..Tulong Laban Sa Krimen).
According to Florentino, there are two police officers assigned as bike patrollers who underwent a month-long seminar on “bike patrolling”. Their presence in the various villages (barangays) gives the feeling of safety to the community people as they could penetrate narrow streets to provide immediate police visibility whom they could interact easily and immediately.
Tricycle patrolling, like the bike patrolling, also increased police visibility and their mobility is faster. They could enter narrow roads and respond to the villagers’ complaints immediately.
It will be recalled that through the resolution of the advisory council, the municipal government under Mayor Libradita Go. Abrenica, donated one unit tricycle for the purpose.
The Pulis Ko..Txtmate Ko has proven to be effective in apprehending drug-related crimes. Stickers with Police Hotlines were posted in strategic places in the town,village centers including tricycles and other vehicles for townspeople  to know where they could report unlawful activities in their communities.
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