Manila Mayor Speaks On First Week Of Face-to-Face Classes In Manila

Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan: “Nagtalaga po kami ng mga police help desk sa bawat eskwelahan, mayroon din po tayong roving patrols”

MANILA MAYOR — Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan recently spoke on the first week of face-to-face classes in the city.

Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan
Photo source: The Manila Times

On Monday, Mayor Honey said during an ambush interview that there were no untoward incidents reported during the first week of in-person classes in the city.

She said that the city have installed police help desks in every school and also have roving patrols as well.

So far, parang wala naman kasi nagtalaga po kami ng mga police help desk sa bawat eskwelahan, mayroon din po tayong roving patrols,” she said. “Mayroon ding unique sa amin na inilunsad ng Manila Police District (MPD), ‘yung may QR code.

Based on the report on Manila Bulletin, the QR code was posted across all schools in Manila in order to address immediate complaints or untoward incidents. The QR code would also direct to the Facebook account of MPD Director Andre Dizon.

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Meanwhile, MPD Director Andre Dizon assured the public of the readiness of the police force amidst several reports of kidnappings. According to Dizon, they have a calibrated response to the kidnappings.

Mayor Honey also ordered the Manila Police District to provide additional security during night time, especially in areas near schools and universities in the city.

She issued the order as she inspected police assets and resources during the launching of “OPLAN S.A.F.E.” — Seen, Appreciated, Felt, Extraordinary activities of police officers of Manila — last August 29 at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila.

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