PNP’s Kasimbayanan program relaunched

By October 2, 2022Inside News

THE police program Kasimbayanan (Kapulisan, Simbahan and Pamayanan) was relaunched region-wide in a program  at Police Region 1 auditorium attended by Director Agnes de Leon, Officer-in-Charge of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) on September 26.

P/Lt. Col. George Depalog Jr., PRO1 public information officer, said Kasimbayanan was a brainchild of PNP chief General  Rodolfo Azurin Jr. when he was still Police Region 1 (PRO1) regional director.

It was relaunched by P/Brig. General Belli Tamayo, PRO regional director, to encourage active involvement of members of the community with the support of faith-based leaders (religious sector) in the peacekeeping process.

Tamayo said that in Kasimbayanan, “we give due importance to the role of the church, our religious leaders, our local chief executives and the community in our quest for peace and order”.

Kami po sa kapulisan ay patuloy na umaasa sa inyong tulong at kooperasyon upang mapalakas pa ang ating kampanya laban sa anumang klase ng kriminalidad,” he added.

Others who attended the Kasambayanan relaunching were Most Rev. Daniel Presto, other religious leaders and members of the PNP Lingkod Bayan Advocacy Group. (Leonardo Micua)

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