PIA Press Release
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Crime registrars in WV undergo e-Blotter System orientationby Elsa S. Subong
ILOILO CITY, Jan. 17 (PIA6) -- Sixty-five police crime registrars underwent a one-day orientation on the operation of e-Blotter System, at Camp Delgado recently to increase their knowledge and skills in recording crime incidents using the new technology.
Police Regional Office-6 Director Chief Supt. Cipriano Querol, Jr. said in a media release that the e-Blotter System will replace the manual system currently used.
Querol said crime information is an effective management tool for easy and intelligent way of mapping out peace and order and anti-criminality strategies.
The e-Blotter System implementation in PRO-6, according to Police Information Officer PO3 Francis Lindero, Jr., aims to facilitate crime documentation and to modernize data storage.
Dir. Querol said the e-Blotter is a result of years of finding ways of enhancing reporting system in the country for effective law enforcement, public safety and effective administration of justice.
“This,” Querol said, “requires comprehensive, adequate and timely information on crimes, criminals and the operations of the Criminal Justice System.
He added that the project will also provide update of situations from the ground to the PNP National headquarters.
He said the project was first implemented in National Capital Region Police Office in September last year, replicated in other regional offices that were ready with the equipment.
Querol said the 65 police crime registrars are just the first batch and the rest will be trained so that everybody will become knowledgeable with the system. (PRO-6/JCM/ESS/PIA)