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Know your enemy,
Negros police told
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

Know your enemy.

That is what Police Director Camilo Cascolan, PNP chief for Operations, said yesterday in response to the series of incidents involving policemen killed in ambushes perpetrated by the New People's Army, while responding to distress calls.

Cascolan, who officiated over the formal deactivation of the Police Regional Office 18 at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. in Bacolod City yesterday, said they are going around the country, to lecture to the police on Community Anti-Terrorism Awareness Program, Enhanced Managing Police Operations, aside from Knowing the Enemy. . moremoremore

5 Cauayan cops
may get awards
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

The five policemen, who survived an ambush and fought back against about 30 suspected New People's Army for about 15 minutes, may be awarded by the Police Regional Office 6.

Chief Supt. Cesar Hawthorne Binag, PRO 6 regional police director, said yesterday that he is amenable to giving awards to the five policemen, who were unhurt in the ambush, on Oct. 3 in Brgy. Caliling, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, while responding to a reported robbery-hold-up incident.

Binag, who used to be with the elite Special Action Force of the PNP previously assigned in Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental, said he was initially briefed on how the five Cauayan town policemen responded, using maneuver left and right strategies. moremoremore

 

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Task force to review crisis
mgmt, anti-terrorism plans
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

The Joint Task Force on Security, codenamed Leon Kilat, of Negros Oriental will review and improve its structure and security plan following learning experiences from Thursday's seminar on terrorism and crisis management by the United States' Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In an interview after a whole-day seminar, Task Force Leon Kilat executive director Bimbo Miraflor said their group would look into the methods and the learning experiences shared by the FBI to determine what is applicable, can be adopted and innovated in the local scenario.

Miraflor said the task force would deliberate on ways to “fill in some gaps after assessing the roles and responsibilities of the JTF as far as the maintenance of peace and order.".