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Benguet PPO boosts training of cops, brgy peace action teams
by Press release

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The Benguet Police Provincial Office has recorded several accomplishments in December capping 2018 on a high note.

From Dec. 3 to 14, Benguet PPO conducted a seminar on community and service-oriented policing, anti-illegal drugs and insurgency for barangay peacekeeping action team members and tanods. Around 406 participants from the 13 towns benefitted from the program, which will further strengthen police community relations.

Around 88 police personnel from the 13 municipal police stations from the community and service-oriented policing and special laws on illegal drugs investigation and operations participated in the seminar.

The seminars aimed to develop BPAT members and police personnel with the knowledge and skills, how to detect the modus of lawless elements, updates on jurisprudence and amendments of special laws as part of the crime prevention and control strategies in sustaining the peace and order agenda of the Philippine National Police in its fight against criminality, illegal drugs, and insurgency.

As culmination activity, a BPAT Olympics was held on Dec.14 at the Benguet State University-Loo Buguias campus gymnasium. All BPAT representatives showcased their talents and skills in intervention techniques, self-defense, and disaster preparedness.

The success of the events is credited to the strong support of the Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Council (Padac) of the provincial government, which funded the program with support from Gov. Crescencio Pacalso, also the Padac chairman.

“As frontlines in the field, the police officers and the BPAT members, who serve as force multipliers of the PNP, must be ready at all times. The series of trainings is an essential part of their career growth and development due to the evolving change in the laws of the land, modus operandi of criminal elements, and globalization,” added Benguet police director, S/Supt. Lyndon Mencio.


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