Cavite Police taps motorcycle enthusiasts’ help in tagging riding in tandem killers
The Cavite Provincial Police Office (PPO), in partnership with the Cavite Highway Patrol Team (HPT), is set to launch its project “Unified Motorcycle Group” to establish a strong and sustainable partnership in crime prevention with private motor bike groups in the province.
Cavite Police Public Information Office (PIO) head, Superintendent Janet Arinabo, said Friday the project “will help reinforce the existing operational strategies currently implemented in the entire province,”
Arinabo said the project would reduce, if not totally eradicate, the incidents perpetrated by motorcycle riding in tandem and conduct ‘motor mapping’ by identifying motorcycle owners with legal and official documents.
“Significantly, the registered motorcycle group members will be utilized as force multipliers of the Cavite PPO and HPT as the ‘eye’ in the barangay,” she said.
Arinabo said the project is in consonance with the Community Mobilization Project of the Police Regional Office (PRO4A)-Calabarzon Regional Director Chief Superintendent Ma. O Aplasca.
The project is expected to boost Cavite Police efforts in improving police intervention techniques and strategies. (PNA)
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