PRO-Western Visayas leads cascading of interfaith manual

THE Police Regional Office (PRO)-Western Visayas led the cascading activity on the Interfaith Manual for Squad System at the conference room in Camp Alfredo M Montelibano Sr. Tuesday, February 4.

Police Colonel Noel Ponsaran of Regional Pastoral Office 6 led the activity. Also present were Police Lieutenant Colonel Victorino Romanillos, the chief of Regional Community Affairs Development Division of PRO-Western Visayas and officers of the PNP Interfaith Organization Western Visayas.

The attendees were personnel of Provincial Community Affairs Development Section of Nocppo as well as those from city and municipal police stations in Negros Occidental.

Police Colonel Romeo Baleros, the provincial director of Nocppo headed the participants.

Moreover, the leaders of different religious denominations who served as Values and Life Coaches of the Squad Weekly Interactive Meeting (Swim) in Nocppo were invited to attend.

The Swim is a project launched by the then Regional Director of PRO-Western Visayas and now the acting chief directorial staff of the PNP, Major General Cesar Hawthorne Binag.

The said project is now being adopted and implemented to the whole police force in the country as part of the organization’s internal cleansing program.

Aside from the cascading of the said manual, the activity also served as a venue for the religious leaders and PNP personnel to talk on the challenges encountered and the concerns encountered in the hope of stepping up the effectiveness of SWIM program for the success of PNP’s internal cleansing program. (TDE)


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