- DCPO adopts intensified security plan after MSU grenade blast
NINETEEN police stations activated Oplan Defense, which entailed intensified vehicle checks and border controls in the aftermath of the terroristic attack inside the Mindanao State University campus on Sunday morning, Dec. 3.
Davao City Police Office spokesperson Captain Hazel Tuazon said they also called on special support units to be on high alert.
Tuazon said Oplan Defense is one of the preemptive measures to secure residents and visitors of Davao City. Law enforcers are strictly enforcing laws, such as Republic Act 4136 (Land Transportation and Traffic Code) and City Ordinances as part of target-hardening measures.
The rigid checks ensure public safety, maintain peace and order, and sustain the DCPO’s relentless campaign against criminality and terrorism in Davao City, she further said.
Meanwhile, the Task Force Davao, Naval Forces Eastern Mindanao, Philippine Coast Guard, and other security clusters are all also in full alert status.
“We have been in full alert status since yesterday po after sa incident, strengthening our Davao Defense system through checkpoints sa border control and other areas, and presence sa mga simbahan (police visibility in churches),” she further said.
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