PNP launches 'Titser Ko, Pulis' program
The Philippine National Police unveiled a new program to help young students pursue early education through "Titser Ko Pulis" Program under the management of Police Community Affairs and Development Group and the PNP Officers' Ladies Club.
In a simple launching ceremony coinciding with the Monday Flag-Raising Ceremony, PNP Chief, Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan personally led the event along with the members of the Command Group and PNP-OLC officers in Camp Crame, Quezon City.
According to Cascolan, the program will ensure the PNP Child Development Center (PNP-CDC) will properly set up not just in the National Headquarters but also in Police Regional Offices with the proper accreditation from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and now part of the PNP Gender and Development Plan and Budget. "Titser Ko Pulis is mainly one of our community engagement programs that would help our young students, especially our personnel's children and as our commitment to the people in helping the communities to build their future," he added.
PNP-CDC Principal, Dr. Mary Grace Batac said that seven (7) police personnel and school administrator have been trained and now qualified as DSWD Child Development Center workers in fulfilling the vision of the program.
Batac also noted that the program has been recognized and granted with a 4-star accreditation by the DSWD led by Undersecretary Felicisimo Budiongan. It was in 2018 when PNP-OLC initiated the program along with PCADG.
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