July 24, 2024
COPS SERVE IN BRIGADA ESKWELA — Members of the Public Safety Junior Leadership Course Class 2023-01 Pinagsantikas Bravo Company rendered services to the Klondykes Elementary School headed by Erlinda Cosil during their Enhanced Community Immersion Program from April 28 to May 1. — Mylene Suaking

The Klondykes Elementary School in Tuba, Benguet headed by Erlinda T. Cosil expressed their gratitude to police officers who reached out to the school recently.

The Public Safety Junior Leadership Course Class 2023-01 Pinagsantikas Bravo Company conducted the Enhanced Community Immersion Program (ECIP) from April 28 to May 1 that contributed to the improvement of the school and the community.

The ECIP is inclined towards developing reciprocal responsibility of the community and the police towards peace and order and nation building.

The activities are school and community beautification, gifts and school supplies giving, distribution of information materials to the learners and the community; lectures regarding the Anti-Rape Law, Good and Bad Touches, Anti-Illegal Drugs, and Anti-Bullying; and lectures to the community on the salient features of Republic Act 11313 or the Safe Spaces Act, RA 9262, RA 7610, and other related special laws.

The four-day activity was done under the supervision of Lt. Col. Avelino Garrido, Jr., chief of the Cordillera Administrative Region Training Center; Staff Sgt. Ivo Dilla, Pinagsantikas class president; Senior Master Sgt. Dennis Tiwaken, battalion commander; Senior Master Sgt. Randy Gumangol, class marcher; and Staff Sgt. Bruno Arsi the class president of Bravo Company.

The learners, teachers, parents, community and other stakeholders vowed to work together to always be mindful, responsible, appreciative, and value everything that was shared to them. – Mylene E. Suaking