‘Di tulog sa pansitan! Elpidio Barzaga explains why some police outposts in Dasmariñas are closed
Cavite Rep. Elpidio Barzaga has taken to Facebook to explain why five out of Dasmarinas City’s 11 police mobile outposts have been closed over the past few days.
In a Facebook post, Barzaga said only 99 policemen are on duty in Dasmarinas as some have been pulled out due to the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
Citing information from Dasmarinas Chief of Police Richard Ang, the lawmaker said: “Sa 170 na kapulisan na mayroon ang Dasmarinas City Police Station, 71 ang pinadala para sa SEA Games. Ang kanilang duty para rito ay nagsimula noong ika-24 ng Nobyembre at magtatagal hanggang ika-11 ng Disyembre.”
Despite the temporary shortage of policemen, Barzaga said the following police mobile outposts remain open to serve the public:
- Paliparan III Junction
- Pala-Pala Intersection
- Waltermart Dasmarinas
- Central Mall-Savemore in Salitran
- Barangay Salawag
- Mangubat Avenue
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