School opening in Central Luzon peaceful with ‘zero crime incident’ – Corpus
Police Regional Office (PRO) 3 said Tuesday that no single crime incident, specifically victimizing students, was reported during the opening of classes Monday, June 4, within the region.
PRO3 Director Chief Supt. Victor V. Corpus said that the “zero crime incident” could be attributed to the diligent efforts of the Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel to ensure the safety and security of the students especially in the school vicinity.
“We have deployed almost two thousand personnel for the opening of classes and I commend them for their assiduousness in performing their duties. Indeed, it paid off with no single incident happened,” he said.
Corpus also thanked the public for their cooperation and support.
He said the Police Assistance Desk and Motorists Assistance Centers are still in place until June 13 in convergence points particularly in bus terminals, airport, seaports and recreational areas including highways, main thoroughfares and crime prone areas.
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