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By: Peter A. Balocnit
Friday 16th of August 2013
TABUK CITY, Kalinga, Aug. 16 (PIA) -- The Kalinga Police Provincial Office (KPPO) through its community relations and information offices will launch on August 19 its “Pulis Ko, Titser Ko” program at the Nambaran National High School and Agbannawag National High School, both of this city.

KPPO Director Police Senior Superintendent John Colinio said the information, education and communication (IEC) activities of KPPO in secondary schools is part of the overall operations of the Philippine National Police (PNP) aimed to involve the participation of all sectors of society in the peace and order drive nationwide.

“We will not only focus our operations on the apprehension of criminals but have to reach out to the populace through IECs to get their participation on the prevention aspect of our peace campaign,” he said.

The KPPO speakers bureau composed of senior officers has been reactivated to lecture on various topics on anti-criminality in schools and the barangays.

Colinio will lecture on illegal drugs operations while Police Inspector Gina Claire B. Bentican, Chief Provincial Crime Laboratory Office, to discuss effects of illegal drugs to the user and community; Police Relation Officer Chief Inspector Petronilo Guidangen and members of the Highway Patrol Groups to tackle traffic rules and regulations.

Topics on bullying, its physiological effects, violations on Republic Act 7610 or Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act, RA 9262 or Anti-Violence Against Women And Their Children Act, political and social issues affecting the schools and community is assigned to the Police Information personnel headed by Police Superintendent Gilbert Fati-ig, Deputy Provincial Director for Operations and Police Chief Inspector Bobby Glenn Ganipac.

The “Pulis Ko, Titser Ko” is also in support to the Police Regional Office-Cordillera Regional Director Benjamin Magalong ‘s program dubbed “Engage the Youth” where police units are to conduct school visitations to project to the students and teachers that policemen are their friends, protectors and they there to serve. (JDP/PAB- PIA CAR, Kalinga with reports from KPPO Information Office)
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