46 cops undergo intervention seminar

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO – There is a need to improve the policemen’s skills to minimize lapses during actual performance of their duties, this was emphasized by a police officer during the opening ceremony of a seminar on police intervention which opened at the Police Regional Ofice I regional special training unit building here on February 2.

“We need to practice more. Proper practice develops good working routine. The bottom line in order to achieve proficiency is training,” Police Senior Superintendent Reynaldo G. Biay, chief of the PRO1 personnel division and the guest of honor and speaker stressed this at the opening ceremony of the seminar participated in by 46 members of the 1st Regional Public Safety Management Battalion (RPSMB).

The 46 RPSMB members composed the first batch of PRO1 personnel to undergo the seminar that aims to re-familiarize the participants with the various police law enforcement techniques on the conduct of checkpoint, arrest, search, crime scene investigation and other forms of police operations.

Police Inspector Joseph Mark Sibayan, administrative officer of the 1st RPSMB, said that all personnel of the said unit are expected to undergo the seminar which they are scheduling by batches.

The conduct of the police intervention seminar is also part of PRO1’s intensified preparations for the upcoming May 2010 national and local elections.#