Cops’ dual role in Lamitan City PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 12:07


The Lamitan City Police Office has been actively involved in their mission on Police Community Relation and  environment preservation and protection.

Chief of Police Sr. Inspector Gean Gallardo explained that aside from law enforcement against illegal drugs, lawlessness , criminalities and security measures for the city, his men also serve as substitute teachers in some vacant schools in the city dubbed as “Titser Ko Pulis Ko” and planting of mangrove propagules in the coastal areas of Lamitan.

“Sampu ang policemen ko dito sa station na may Licenses sa Professional Regulation Commission. Nagtuturo po sila pag may request po ang mga paaralan na may bakante na teachers or mag substitute po sila sa vacant time nila,” Gallardo revealed.

As a licensed Criminologist,  Gallardo also explained that he also teaches in any school especially in criminology course.

He explained that teaching is good because it helps students by lecturing them  on how to obey and follow the law and the preservation and protection of environment.

In the cycle of life, the students can also share their knowledge to their parents and loved ones.

“In planting of mangrove propagules my troopers also check regularly the area if the trees we planted are growing,” Gallardo said. — Allen Abastillas