Monday July 23, 2018

Albayalde urges cops to strengthen target hardening measures vs atrocities

Senior Superintendent Rodolfo Castil Jr. (left), director of Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (Noppo), and Chief Superintendent Cesar Binag, director of Police Regional Office- Western Visayas, render arrival honors for Director General Oscar Albayalde (center), chief of Philippine National Police (PNP) at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Bacolod City on Sunday, May 20. (Glazyl Y. Masculino Photo)

DIRECTOR General Oscar Albayalde, chief of Philippine National Police (PNP), directed the policemen in Negros Occidental to strengthen their target hardening measures against atrocities in the province.

Albayalde, during his visit in Bacolod City on Sunday, May 20, said policemen should reach out to the community through outreach programs in order to also encourage rebels to surrender, to stop the fighting between the government and the reds.

“We are hoping that they will realize that there is no need to fight with each other,” he said.

Albayalde said that target hardening measures should be in place to deter rebel movements.SEE MORE