Police, force multipliers ink agreement-A A +A
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
THE Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), Bacolod Riders Organization Inc. and Strikers Group entered into a memorandum of agreement at the BCPO headquarters last Monday to fight criminality in the city, BCPO officer-in-charge Police Superintendent Joseph Bayan said Tuesday.
Bayan said the MOA signing aimed to intensify BCPO’s anti-criminality campaign, especially against the motorcycle-riding suspects.
The MOA signing was led by BCPO Director Rocardo De la Paz, Bacolod Rides Organization led by Trino Belleza and Strikers Group led by Rico Esclabanan.
Bayan said the force multipliers have signified to help the city police to curb the crime incidents such as snatching, robbery hold-up, basag-kotse and pickpockets.
He said the city director also lauded the cooperation of the force multipliers to help the city police to maintain the peace and order in the city.
De la Paz was in Camp Crame Tuesday for his final interview as one of the finalists for the Best Police Senior Commissioned Officer for Operations for the 111th Police Service Anniversary on August 9. (Merlinda A. Pedrosa)
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on July 11, 2012.