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Caloocan mayor's wife recognizes outstanding CCPS personnel 

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Aubrey, the wife of Caloocan City Mayor Along Malapitan, recently attended the ceremony held by the Caloocan City Police Station (CCPS) in celebration of National Women's Month. The event was led by PCol. Ruben Lacuesta, and Aubrey played a significant role in the ceremony by presenting awards to outstanding CCPS personnel for their successful operations.

In addition to presenting awards, Aubrey also participated in the distribution of 408 flashlights, 102 police lines, and 17 megaphones donated by the city government to CCPS. The donated equipment is expected to be utilized by the police force in providing safety services to the public, especially for women.

The involvement of Aubrey in the ceremony highlights the support of women in law enforcement and the recognition of their contribution to the community. Her presence at the event shows her commitment to supporting law enforcement personnel and her dedication to promoting the safety and security of the community.


The city government's donation of essential equipment to CCPS is a positive step towards enhancing the police force's capabilities in delivering safety services. It is hoped that this donation will inspire other cities and municipalities to support their local police forces and improve the delivery of safety services to the public.

Overall, the ceremony and the presence of Aubrey in it demonstrate the importance of recognizing the role of women in law enforcement and the significant contribution they make to the community. The donations made by the city government will undoubtedly go a long way in helping the police force provide better safety services to the public, and the hope is that other municipalities will follow suit.

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