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PIA Press Release
Wednesday, January 25, 2012

 

Police undergo training on responding to crime incidence

KORONADAL CITY, Jan. 25 (PIA) -- Investigative and tactical capabilities of police force in the Soccsksargen Region are being enhanced with a training on responding to crime incidents.

PSupt Resty Damaso, information officer of the Police Regional Office 12, said, some 43 police personnel from the provincial and city police offices in Region 12 are undergoing a ten-day Police First Responder Course at the US Naval Training Facility Bldg. in Tambler, General Santos City.

“The primary objective of the training course is to further enhance and develop the knowledge and skills of First Responders in the administration of first aid and basic life support,” Damaso said.

It seeks to enhance the investigative and tactical capability of the police force in responding to crime incidents and other emergency situations, he added

“The training also provides police officers, especially those tasked to perform patrol duties, knowledge and skills necessary upon arrival at a crime scene as well as different tasks a police officer needs to perform in aid of investigation.”

The training also gives basic life support system to crime victims and other emergency situation.

Damaso said, included in the modules that police trainers are expected to learn cover procedures on handling specific incidents such as bombing and bomb threats, shooting incidents, robbery, and hold-up.

They are also taught proper ways of moving and extricating the victims involved in different situations as well as tactical moves to protect the responders against hostile environment was being taught, he added.

During the opening program on January 23, P/SSupt Norberto Batislaong, OIC of PRO-12’s Regional Directorate Staff, emphasized, “being a first responder is not only our duty as police officers, but also our duty as a citizen of this country. We don’t know as to when we will be confronted by accidents or events that need an immediate response, thus, it is our advantage that we know what should be done during such times.”

“We are the frontliners in terms of public safety, thus, people look upon us in every untoward incident. We cannot afford to appear incapable in their eyes, because we cannot afford to lose their trust. It is in their trust that we attain efficiency in our work, without their trust, our sworn duties and responsibilities to serve and protect the public would be futile,” he reminded them.

The training course will end on February 3. (PIA12)

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