City Hall turns over 4 PCs to Zambo police office PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 17:07

Mayor Celso Lobregat turned over yesterday the city government’s donation of four personal desktop computers with complete accessories amounting to over P120,000 to the Zamboanga City Police Office in an effort to make the local police efficient in their administrative functions.

Sr. Supt. Edwin de Ocampo, officer-in-charge of the ZCPO, accepted the computers during the simple turnover in the mayor’s office as witnessed by Councilor Nonong Guingona, City Hall Chief Executive Assistant Mario Roca and other police officers.

“This is part of our continuing assistance to the city police to make them not only efficient and effective in their work but more importantly pro-active, especially in law enforcement and in keeping peace and order in the city,” Lobregat said.

According to him, the city government has assisted the police in so many ways than one like the provision of transportation, gasoline, office equipment, communication facilities to infrastructure projects like construction and/or renovation of police stations and police action centers among others.

He said more assistance are in the offing for the police as part of his administration’s commitment to keeping the city’s peace and order. — Vic Larato