CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela, Sept. 11 (PIA) - To bring its frontline services closer to the people, the Isabela Police Provincial Office (IPPO) in coordination with the Police Regional Office (PRO) - 2 is set to conduct its "Pulis Natin" caravan at barangay San Fermin in this city on Sept. 26.
P/Captain Frances Littaua, IPPO Police Community Relations chief, said the caravan is a flagship program of the Philippine National Police (PNP) under P/Gen. Oscar Albayalde which aim is not only to bring all the support services given by the PNP but also to share information relating to PNP services.
Littaua said the activity will offer Licence To Own and Posses Firearms (LTOPF) and Firearms Registration, PNP Recruitment and Claims, Motor Vehicle Clearance and Verification, Free Legal Advice, Cybercrime Service, Women and Children's Concern and Clean Riders Registration.
Littaua added that the caravan is also part of the PNP's efforts to make their operations and services more transparent, citing the reform made on their recruitment process.
The caravan, according to Littaua, will also be a venue for the PNP to recruit for new policemen and the Special Action Force.
The Pulis Natin Caravan is an annual program of PNP to render services to their clients. (ALM/MDCT/MGE/PIA-2/Isabela)