Tal­isay cops seek more aug­men­ta­tion force

The Freeman - - NEWS - Adriel Zane Arse­nal Glyn­ice Cura Lady Van Ar­radaza Jasper Su­garol Jr. Clint Nathan Ma­glasang Mitz Claiza Madrid Kyo Abella Gian Claude Al­daya

from Tabasa Bi­toon, Daan­ban­tayan, Cebu, di­ag­nosed with acute Leukemia needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for his chemo­ther­apy.

6 years old from Uma­pad, Man­daue City, di­ag­nosed with Tha­lassemia syn­drome needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for her main­te­nance medicine.

7 years old fe­male from San Roque, Tal­isay City, Cebu di­ag­nosed with Acute Lym­phoblas­tic Leukemia needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for her chemo­ther­apy.

4 years old from Pobla­cion Con­so­la­cion di­ag­nosed with Acute Lym­pho­cytic Leukemia needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for his chemo­ther­apy.

di­ag­nosed with Neu­rob­las­toma INSS Stage 4 needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for his chemo­ther­apy, MRI and sur­gi­cal re­sec­tion of the tu­mor.

12 years old from Up­per San Vi­cente Liloan di­ag­nosed with Leukemia needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for her chemo­ther­apy.

The Tal­isay City Po­lice Sta­tion is ask­ing the Cebu Pro­vin­cial Po­lice Of­fice (CPPO) for ad­di­tional aug­men­ta­tion per­son­nel for the city.

Eight po­lice­men from the Pro­vin­cial Pub­lic Safety Com­pany (PPSC) of CPPO have been as­signed so far in Tal­isay since Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 10, fol­low­ing the re­lief of 12 city po­lice per­son­nel.

But the city is ex­pect­ing at least 14 po­lice­men from the prov­ince.

Su­per­in­ten­dent Ja­son Vil­la­mater, chief of Tal­isay City po­lice, said the city needs more po­lice­men, con­sid­er­ing the come­back of po­lice-ini­ti­ated op­er­a­tions to weed out il­le­gal drugs.

He said though he will un­der­stand if the ad­di­tional aug­men­ta­tion force will only be de­ployed to the city af­ter the Sin­u­log fes­tiv­i­ties.

“An­tayin natin af­ter Sin­u­log if meron bang ad­di­tional aug­men­ta­tion para sa Tal­isay Po­lice Sta­tion,” he said.

Mayor Ed­uardo Gul­las said it’s dif­fi­cult to main­tain peace and or­der when they’re short-handed.

“Naa’y gi-re­lieve, so make sure nga

13 years old from Alaska, Mam­bal­ing, Cebu City di­ag­nosed with se­vere Ane­mia needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for her work up. from Tal-ut Va­len­cia, Car­car City di­ag­nosed with Im­mun­od­e­fi­ciency Syn­drome needs fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for his main­te­nance which is Hu­man Im­munoglob­u­lin. dunay re­place­ment kay we will be short­handed. Nagsapaw-sapaw ang atong mga events. Kailan­gan nga we should be com­plete,” he said.

He also re­minded Vil­la­mater to en­sure po­lice vis­i­bil­ity in key ar­eas of the city.

The 12 po­lice­men, who were de­ployed for New Year Day’s se­cu­rity, re­port­edly went on va­ca­tion with­out per­mis­sion from their su­pe­ri­ors. The re­sult of the in­ves­ti­ga­tion is still pend­ing be­fore CPPO.

The erring po­lice­men were trans­ferred to the CPPO’s Po­lice Pro­vin­cial Hold­ing Unit.

As part of their ca­reer ad­vance­ment, the 12 po­lice­men will un­dergo a sem­i­nar on beat pa­trol course.

In a sep­a­rate de­vel­op­ment, the city gov­ern­ment has turned over four mo­tor­cy­cles and one five-seater Toy­ota Avanza to the city po­lice.

Vil­la­mater thanked Gul­las for the ve­hi­cles that are seen to help im­prove po­lice op­er­a­tions, in­clud­ing beat pa­trol.

Tal­isay City po­lice now have three pa­trol cars.—


Iris Mar­i­ani B. Al­gabre/

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