PIA Press Release
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Bacoor turns over 9 motorcycles, mobile patrol to PNPBACOOR, Cavite, January 10 (PIA) -- Mayor Strike Revilla recently turned-over nine motorcycle units and one mobile patrol to the Bacoor Philippine National Police to further strengthen the police visibility and secure the safety of all residents in 73 barangays twenty four hours, seven days a week.
The turned-over was held in-front of the municipal town building during regular Monday flag-raising ceremony.
In his message, Mayor Revilla said by augmenting additional vehicles like motorcycles plus one mobile patrol unit, police officers are expected to have easier access in all barangays and can respond to swiftly in case of immediate assistance either by calls or text messages.
PNP-Bacoor Chief Col. Edgar B. Roquero expressed his gratitude to Mayor Revilla and the rest of the local officials for their continued support to the police projects and assured them that the police under his command will tighten their campaign against all forms of criminality to ensure the safety of the citizens of this premier municipality.
Also present during the turnover ceremony were Congw. Lani Mercado Revilla, Board Member Ramon Jolo Revilla III, Sangguniang Bayan Councilors Rey Palabrica, Bayani De Leon, Venus De Castro, SK Federation Pres. Miles Bautista, and officers of PNP-Bacoor. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/Bacoor PIO)