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Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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Central Luzon police get new patrol cars

PAMPANGA. A total of 32 brand new patrol cars were distributed to Central Luzon police stations after the blessing and turnover ceremony on Monday, July 9, 2018, at the Camp Olivas parade grounds in the City of San Fernando. (Photo from Police Regional Office 3 Facebook)

IN LINE with the Philippine National Police (PNP) Capability Enhancement Program, 32 brand new mobile patrol cars from the PNP Central Luzon Directorate for Logistics were distributed to different police stations in the region Monday morning, July 9,

Chief Superintendent Amador Corpus, director of Central Luzon Police Regional Office, led the blessing and turnover of the brand new vehicles to the local police force after the flag raising ceremony held at the Camp Olivas parade grounds.

The beneficiary police stations in Pampanga are Lubao, Porac, Masantol, Minalin, San Luis and Sto. Tomas, as well as the regional headquarters. Each received one vehicle while the provincial office and local stations of Casiguran and Ma. Aurora in Aurora province also received one each.

The provincial office of Bataan and local stations of Abucay, Balanga, Dinalupihan, Hermosa, Limay, Morong, Orani, Orion and Pilar in Bataan, and Bulacan’s provincial office and stations of Angat, Baliuag, Bocaue, Bulakan, Bustos, San Miguel and Malolos City also got one mobile patrol each.

Likewise, Nueva Ecija’s Jaen and Quezon and Tarlac’s Concepcion and Mayantoc stations also received a vehicle.

In a statement, Corpus said the procurement of the said vehicles is very timely for the implementation of several pro-active anti-criminality campaigns of the Central Luzon police to ensure peace and order in the region.

He said the mobile patrols will be utilized in the round-the-clock conduct of anti-criminality checkpoints as well as in providing quick emergency response.

“With this additional mobility, more positive accomplishments will be achieved in the coming days and the public can expect the Central Luzon police force to respond better to incidents. The delivery of our police services will be more effective and efficient from all corners of the region,” Corpus said.


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