Negros Occidental police hold workshop on drug clearing

Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (Nocppo) holds workshop on Barangay Drug Clearing Operations at Camp Alfredo M Montelibano Sr., Bacolod City on January 22, 2020. (Contributed photo)

NEGROS Occidental Police Provincial Office (Nocppo) held a workshop on barangay drug clearing operations at conference room, Police Regional Office-Western Visayas Satellite Office, Camp Alfredo M Montelibano Sr., Bacolod City Wednesday, January 22.

The activity was intended to harmonize the efforts of the PNP units in NOCPPO in collaboration with the respective Local Government Units, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and other partner agencies in order to fast track the clearing operations. The workshop was facilitated by the Police Community Affairs Section of Nocppo. The resource speakers are from PDEA-Negros Occidental. This was attended by the Chiefs of Police, Police Community Affairs Section Officers and Operations Officers of municipal and city police stations in Negros Occidental.

Meanwhile, pertinent information on Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflicts (TF-ELCAC) and the Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-Clip) were also discussed. TF-Elcac and E-Clip were government’s intervention towards ending the atrocities by the Communist NPA Terrorists (CNTs).

Police Colonel Romeo A Baleros, Provincial Director of NOCPPO reiterated to the attendees the importance of cascading the information learned from the activity to other police officers as a way of ensuring high probability of success for the government’s endeavors against CNTs and Illegal Drugs. (TDE)


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