Olivarez graces opening of Parañaque CPS Hostage Negotiation Course Class
Parañaque City - This morning, Mayor Eric L. Olivarez was invited as the guest of honor at the formal opening of the Parañaque CPS Hostage Negotiation Course Class 02-028-RNCR-2023-003 held at the Parañaque City Police Station.
The event marked the beginning of the specialized training course, which aims to equip law enforcement personnel with essential skills in hostage negotiation. As the chief executive of the city, Mayor Olivarez delivered a brief message to the attendees, emphasizing the significance of effective communication and negotiation in delicate and high-pressure situations.
The Parañaque CPS Hostage Negotiation Course serves as a crucial platform for law enforcement officers to enhance their abilities in resolving hostage crises with professionalism and tact. Through this training, participants will learn the art of de-escalation, active listening, and conflict resolution techniques, enabling them to handle critical incidents with precision and empathy.
Mayor Olivarez's presence at the opening ceremony demonstrates his unwavering support for the continuous professional development and capacity-building of the city's law enforcement personnel. The mayor recognizes the importance of providing them with the necessary tools and skills to ensure public safety and maintain peace and order within the community.
By fostering a culture of excellence in law enforcement, Parañaque City aims to enhance its overall security and create a safer environment for its residents and visitors. The Hostage Negotiation Course is just one of the many initiatives undertaken by the local government to strengthen the capabilities of its police force and improve the quality of service they provide.
As the program commences, participants can look forward to gaining valuable insights and techniques from seasoned experts in the field of hostage negotiation. The knowledge acquired during this course will undoubtedly contribute to their professional growth and enhance their effectiveness in safeguarding the well-being of the community.
Under the leadership of Mayor Eric L. Olivarez, Parañaque City remains committed to upholding public safety and fostering a strong partnership between law enforcement agencies and the community. Through such initiatives, the city aims to build a more secure and resilient city where everyone can live and thrive.
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