Pampanga cops directed to monitor casinos, hotels

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The Police Regional Office (PRO) in Central Luzon Director recently directed Pampanga policemen to closely monitor activities on all gaming houses and hotels in the province, particularly in Clark Freeport.

The directive came after the attack in Resorts World Manila, a posh casino hotel in Pasay City, on Friday dawn, June 2, which left at least 37 dead and 50 injured.

Senior Superintendent Aaron Aquino said strict security measures must be employed in casinos and hotels to prevent similar incidents in Pampanga and other parts of Central Luzon.

He said that security personnel of business establishments to be alert and vigilant all the time.

Aquino added that peace and order in the region is still steady and that preventive measures are already in place to avoid any untoward incidents.

He added that PRO-Central Luzon is still on full alert and additional checkpoints are conducted to monitor people going in and out of the region.

Aquino also reminded the public to be careful in sharing any unconfirmed information on social media, especial relating to terrorism.
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