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Police urged to step up intelligence buildup
by PIO release

Police authorities ordered operating units in the region to intensify their intelligence build-up to thwart motives to ruin the peace and order situation in the Cordillera.

Newly installed Police Regional Office-Cordillera Director, C/Supt. Rolando Nana said that aside from intensified intelligence build-up by the police and military, the public must also be proactive so that efforts to sow fear in can be thwarted.

“It takes a visitor to turn the tide on the region’s peace and order situation that is why we have to be vigilant on the activities of people in our neighborhood for us to deter any untoward incident that compromises the safety of life and limb,” Nana said.

He supported the conduct of resident and visitor profiling in Baguio.

Nana replaced C/Supt. Edward Caranza who was reassigned to PRO-4A.

Nana said members of terrorist groups in the country are trying to look into places where they could establish their influence and use the same as their stepping stone in waging their agenda to change the situation in a certain place, especially in the Cordillera which is known as one of the most peaceful places in the country.

He commended the initiative of police units and the local governments in the region in formulating anti-crime, anti-insurgency, and anti-terrorism efforts.

Nana solicited the support of the public to the programs and projects of the police and military.

Aside from peacekeeping programs and projects, Nana also underscored one of the priorities of law enforcers in coordination with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency – the government’s campaign against illegal drugs.


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