THE Public Safety and Security Command Center (PSSCC) is now all set in ensuring the security of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation (Asean) Summit and Miss Universe 2016 delegates against possible threat of terrorism.

PSSCC chief Benito de Leon said on Monday that the security plan of the city for the upcoming two international events were already laid out and the law enforcers in the city including the Davao City Police Office (DCPO), City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO), Task Force Davao (TFD), Joint Task Force Haribon and Central 911 have already coordinated to guarantee their safety.

Since it is the national event, the security will be spearheaded by the Philippine National Police (PNP) through the Davao Police Regional Office (PRO), PSSCC will support only to the plan of the national plan and all the security measures will be coordinated through a “centralized security monitoring system.”

The PSSCC, he said will only give assistance to the police in terms of strength, equipment and technology since the main security has already their own security plan for the whole duration of the events.

“All of these will be part of that forces and personnel na i-collaborate para maging successful ang kanilang pagbisita dito sa Davao City,” de Leon said.

The city’s peace and order council (CPOC) are now prepared according to him as several meetings have already undertaken and symposium to ensure the capacity of the security personnel on maintaining the peace during the holding of the major events.

“As of now, pina-finetune pa ang ibang details,” he said.

There are around 4,000 personnel that will be deployed in the region.

On Monday, PRO-Davao has deployed 1,446 policemen for the Asean Summit 2017.

He cited that there would be more police than the military forces to ensure the peace conduct and portray that the city remain peaceful amid apparent threat of terrorism of lawless groups.

Meanwhile, de Leon stated that they are now preparing for the documents to be submitted at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to lift the travel advisories of some countries which will be one of the reference before lifting the travel warnings following the Roxas Night Market blast last September 2.

At least five countries, including Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Singapore have warned their nationals to reconsider their plans from traveling the city because of the explosion that claimed 15 lives and left 69 others injured.

The city is expecting 1,000 Asean delegates from Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar or Burma, Cambodia, Brunei and from the country while 40 delegates for Miss Universe 2016.