Camp BGen. Vicente P Lim – Philippine National Police Chief, Police General Camilo Pancratius P. Cascolan commended the Police Regional Office CALABARZON under the leadership of Police Brigadier General Vicente D. Danao, Jr., for its effort to address insurgency and the armed conflict as well as its various anti-criminality achievements and public safety services during the top cop’s command visit on Wednesday.
The Command Visit was highlighted by the presentation of surrenderees from communist terrorist groups, 35 of whom were from Red Areas, and 11 from White Areas, as well assurrendered and confiscated assorted firearms under the efforts of the Regional Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (RTF-ELCAC).
“I am delighted that PRO4A has been achieving many gains to end the long-standing conflict between the Communists Terrorist Groups and the government forces through the conduct of counter-white area operations in collaboration with the Armed Forces of the Philippines,” said Cascolan.
Cascolan was also impressed with the crafted Camp Master Development Plan of PRO4A which showcases a top-tier and eco-friendly camp that will cater to the needs of its clientele. He also inspected ongoing projects and quarantine facilities in the regional headquarters.
The Camp Master Development Plan has been the utmost priority of Cacolan anchored on his nine-point strategic thrusts to decongest and improve facilities inside camps and attain maximum work performance of each personnel.
Accompanied by Danao, Cascolan also checked on the newly-procured search and rescue (SAR) equipment of the regional office.
“In the time of this season where typhoons and floods are prevalent, it is a must that we should be prepared not only with our human force but also on our equipment and facilities to aid immediately affected areas and communities during such incidents,” said Cascolan.
“To our PNP officers and personnel here in CALABARZON, continue collaborating with the communities and all concerned sectors in your respective areas of responsibility, encourage them to participate in our objective to have a safer community to live, work and do business,” added the PNP chief.