PRO-6 opens CSP training

Police Colonel Marlon Tayaba (center) PRO-6 Chief of Regional Staff together with the instructors from the Philippine Army and the participants of the 5-day Community Support Program and Orientation Training at PRO-6 Multi-Purpose Hall on Oct 14, 2019. (Photo by PCPl Sales/RPIO/PRO-6)

AS THE government takes on the challenge to end local armed conflict, Police Regional Office 6 opens the Community Support Program (CSP) Training at Camp Delgado on Oct 14, 2019.

The training is one of the products of the Regional Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (RTF-ELCAC). It was participated by 81 Police Non-Commissioned Officer assigned at the Regional Mobile Force Battalion/Provincial Mobile Force Company.

According to Police Colonel Marlon A Tayaba, PRO-6 Chief of Regional Staff, the CSP is being undertaken to sustain the peace, ensure security and help maintain public order to foster the foundation for economic and human development of the individuals or communities who are considered to be “at risk”.