City Government officials led by Bacoor City Mayor Lani Mercado Revilla attended the first quarter meeting of the City Peace and Order Council (CPOC). Superintendent Francisco Lucena, new Bacoor Chief of Police, apprised members of the city’s peace and order situation. He also presented the 2017 Accomplishment Report and the current station strategies for its anti-criminality campaign. In the same meeting, Nencita Costello of the Department of Interior and Local Government delivered the 2017 City Peace and Order and Public Safety (CPOPS) Accomplishment Report and discussed the programs for 2018.
Also present during the meeting at Strike Multi-Purpose Hall were Jerome Oliveros, City Adminstrator; Atty Bernadette Carrasco, OCLS; Jo Ricardo, COS; Alde Pagulayan, COS, External Affairs; Wilson Mendoza, PNP; Superintendent Deogracias Castillo, BJMP; Maureen Brotamante, DILG; Avister Castro, BFP; Lemour Melo, BPSU; Anita Rom, DEPED; Dr. Ivy Yrastorza, CHO; Rolando Vocalan, CENRO; Richard Quion, CDRRMO; Mariza de Leon, BUDGET; Crisphie Revilla, CSWDO; Jicky Tutba, CEO; and Caridad Sanchez, ABAKA.