Iriga: PRO5 forging partnership thru Community “Halu-Bilo” Initiative

(Photo courtesy of PNP Kasurog Bicol)

To forge stronger, closer, and bolder partnerships with the community, Police Regional Office 5 headed by PBGEN ANDRE P DIZON, RD has launched the “Community Halò-bilò” project.

The term “halu-bilò,” derived from Tagalog, means gathering together or socializing with others. Inspired by this concept, PRO5 has initiated the Community Immersion Program (CIP) as part of the 45-Day Police Community Affairs and Development Course.

Through the CIP, PRO5 introduces its programs to the community, aiming to build trust and cooperation. The program includes lectures and dialogues designed to educate residents on how to prevent becoming victims of crime and how they can contribute to maintaining peace and order.

As part of this initiative, the police will visit various barangays, engaging directly with residents to ensure widespread participation and understanding. The pioneer barangays for this project are Imalnod, Mariawa, and San Francisco in Legazpi City, as well as Dinoronan and San Vicente in the Municipality of Daraga.

These interactions promotes a deeper understanding and collaboration between the police and the community.

Maintaining peace and order is a shared commitment, requiring active participation from both the police and the community. Through initiatives like Community Halu-bilò, PRO5 demonstrates its dedication to creating a safer, more cohesive society.

(Source: PNP Kasurog Bicol)

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