MEMBERS of the City Mobile Force Company (CMFC) surprised Angeleñas ahead of the Women's Month Celebration this March.
Clad in their field service and Swat uniforms, CMFC's "Gwapulis" or "Gwapong Pulis" surprised women passing by Miranda Street in Angeles City center on February 27.
The "Gwapulis" were also wearing the signature U-Masks of Casa Moda by Mich Viray.
Led by CMFC Commander Police Lieutenant Colonel Karen Clark, the handsome policemen gave roses to local women.
Flower recipients were surprised and delighted as they took selfies with the handsome policemen.
"The CMFC gave away flowers and chocolates to local women on February 14 to enhance community engagement through the traditional celebration of Valentine's Day," Clark said.
Their activity was a hit on social media, with others leaving comments that they wish to receive flowers from the "Gwapulis" group, as well.
"That's when we decided to do a Part 2," Clark said.
Clark is the first ever woman commander of the CMFC of the Angeles City Police Office.
The "Gwapulis" group included Police Staff Sergeant (PSSG) Aaron Songco, PSSG Edmon Cunanan, Police Corporal (PCPL) Richard Pangilinan, Patrolman Justine Pacpaco, and Patrolman Jerold Maniti.
The group was assisted by their fellow officers PCPL Aizel Deanne Marie Lopez, Patrolman John Kevin De Guzman, and Patrolman Shaolin Donggayao.
With these activities, Clark said, "We want to change the notion of the community to our police officers, and spread good vibes to the community."
The CMFC is set to hold a caravan in celebration of Women's Month on March 12 in Barangay Amsic.