Eight (8) South Cotabato Police Stations upgrade fleet with new patrol cars

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In a significant boost to the law enforcement capabilities of South Cotabato, eight police stations across the province have recently acquired brand new patrol cars. These recipients of the new vehicles are the Municipal Police Stations of Banga, Surallah, Tboli, Lake Sebu, Sto. NiΓ±o, Tampakan, Tupi, and the 1st Provincial Mobile Force Company (PMFC).

The blessing and ceremonial turnover of these eight (8) units Personnel Carrier 4x4 "Mitsubishi Strada" took place on October 24, 2023, at the South Cotabato Police Provincial Office (SCPPO). The event was graced by the presence of various distinguished personalities, including Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo, Jr., PRO 12 Regional Director PBGen Jimili Macaraeg, and SCPPO Provincial Director PCol Cydric Earl Tamayo, to name a few. Local mayors, Chiefs of Police, and other officials also attended the ceremony.

This initiative has been carried out with the primary goal of enhancing the response time of local police personnel to criminal incidents and emergencies. By providing the police stations with these modern patrol cars, law enforcement operations will be considerably bolstered, leading to improved public safety and order throughout the province. The acquisition of these new vehicles marks a significant step in the ongoing efforts to ensure the security and well-being of South Cotabato's residents.

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