72 cops hurdle Patrol 101 training

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO – Seventy two top cops from the different local police stations of Region 1 graduated in a simple ceremony last December 17 after successfully completing their PATROL 1O1 training.

The Police Commissioned Officers (PCOs) who serve as Chief of Police (COPs) in their assigned area were the second batch of graduates.  A few weeks earlier, 70 COPs from the cities and first class municipalities graduated with the same course.

graced the occasion.

PCSupt. Ricardo C. Marquez is now the Directorate for Operations at Camp Crame.

In his message, PSSupt. Moro Virgilio M. Lazo, Deputy Regional Director for Administration and acting Officer-in-Charge of PRO1, congratulated the participants and quoted PCSupt. Marquez.

“Patrolling is the bread and butter of police works. Let us strengthen patrolling,” he said.

PSSupt. Lazo on the other hand, challenged the COPs to step up their efforts not only according to the salient features of PATROL 1O1 but for the overall picture of law enforcement.

The participants are expected later on to share and disseminate what they’ve learned to their subordinates at the local level.

Some of the subjects taught were Effective Communication Skills, Tamang Bihis, Basic Traffic Investigation, Effective Community Organizing, Gender And Development, Intelligence Cycle, Profiling, Community Oriented Policing System, Leadership, Planning, Crime Trend Analysis, Vital Installation Security, RA 9344, Media Relations, Quad Policing and Self-Defense Tactics/Techniques.

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO – Seventy two top cops from the different local police stations of Region 1 graduated in a simple ceremony last December 17 after successfully completing their PATROL 1O1 training.

The Police Commissioned Officers (PCOs) who serve as Chief of Police (COPs) in their assigned area were the second batch of graduates.  A few weeks earlier, 70 COPs from the cities and first class municipalities graduated with the same course.

graced the occasion.

PCSupt. Ricardo C. Marquez is now the Directorate for Operations at Camp Crame.

In his message, PSSupt. Moro Virgilio M. Lazo, Deputy Regional Director for Administration and acting Officer-in-Charge of PRO1, congratulated the participants and quoted PCSupt. Marquez.

“Patrolling is the bread and butter of police works. Let us strengthen patrolling,” he said.

PSSupt. Lazo on the other hand, challenged the COPs to step up their efforts not only according to the salient features of PATROL 1O1 but for the overall picture of law enforcement.

The participants are expected later on to share and disseminate what they’ve learned to their subordinates at the local level.

Some of the subjects taught were Effective Communication Skills, Tamang Bihis, Basic Traffic Investigation, Effective Community Organizing, Gender And Development, Intelligence Cycle, Profiling, Community Oriented Policing System, Leadership, Planning, Crime Trend Analysis, Vital Installation Security, RA 9344, Media Relations, Quad Policing and Self-Defense Tactics/Techniques.#