Navotas hands 7 patrol cars to city police

posted August 16, 2018 at 07:45 pm
by  Jun David
Navotas Mayor John Rey Tiangco recently led the blessing and turnover of seven new police mobile vehicles to the Philippine National Police in the city.

The vehicles are expected to be deployed to various Police Community Precincts in the city and will be used in patrolling communities to boost police visibility and mobile capability.

“We aim to provide additional law enforcement resources and improve the logistical capabilities of our local police force. Through this, we can bolster our peace and order campaign and ensure Navoteños are safe and protected,” he said.

“We look forward to the enhanced performance and faster response of our police units in their respective areas of deployment and responsibility,” he added.

Tiangco also called on PNP-Navotas to preserve the good condition of the patrol cars so they can serve well and last for years.

Also present during the turnover were city Councilors Reynaldo Monroy, Carlito de Guzman Jr., and Neil Adrian Cruz; Liga ng Barangay president Enrico Gino-Gino; Sangguniang Kabataang Federation Chairperson Jodile Cañete; and Navotas Chief of Police PS Supt. Brent Madjaco.

Topics: John Rey Tiangco , PNP-Navotas , Police Community Precincts
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