Oliver Bugarin 7 0 0 4 min to read

The NCRPO is prepared to win Monday’s Balik Eskwela 2022.

As they successfully completed a simulation exercise on Saturday at several schools and learning institutions in Metro Manila, the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) claimed that all mechanisms are in place to safeguard the “Balik Eskwela 2022”.

Five districts are included in the NCRPO: the Manila Police District (MPD), Quezon City Police District (QCPD), Northern Police District (NPD), Southern Police District (SPD), and Eastern Police District (EPD).

NCRPO acting leader Brig. Gen. Jonnel Estomo stated in a statement on Sunday that Brig. Gen. Jose Hidalgo, deputy regional director for administration, randomly verified the NPD while Brig. Gen. Jack Wanky, deputy regional director for operations, examined the situation in the MPD.

The regional police staff members and other officials also conducted inspections of the SPD, QCPD, and EPD.

Additionally, Estomo sent out workers to carefully enforce the minimal public health and safety standards and to assist pupils, particularly when they were crossing pedestrian lanes.

They were also urged to maintain heightened alertness and vigilance at all times in order to be ready to act quickly when necessary.

A total of 9,731 NCRPO personnel are prepared for deployment to secure 1,342 private and public schools. 4,530 force multipliers and 2,994 security officers were called in to support the deployment. Additionally, 521 Police Assistance Desks have been set up, with 1,653 police officers posting them.

In the meantime, 3,423 mobile and foot patrollers, 372 tactical motorcycle riders, 60 bus marshals, 154 police officers at transportation hubs and terminals, and 191 traffic marshals are entrusted with securing minors along roads, streets, and within main thoroughfares in the NCR.

There are currently 1.8 million pupils registered in the area.

Estomo reported the general success of the regionally coordinated simulation exercises, and he said that NCRPO is prepared and ready for “Balik Eskwela 2022.”

The NCRPO commander would distribute free school supplies to pupils at various schools in Metro Manila, especially those from impoverished families, as part of his primary plans for the event. He will also hand out flyers and other educational materials to keep them away from lawless forces.

Additionally, he exhorted the populace to notify the local police station and police help desk right once of any suspicious people or actions.

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