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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Brings fight vs.
crime to cyberspace

BY ADRIAN NEMES III

The newly installed Bacolod City Police Officedirector,  Senior Supt. Ricardo De La Paz, yesterday said his office is creating an official Facebook page for the BCPO his week to keep abreast with the new technology.

De la Paz said the Facebook page will be administered by the Operations Branch and will contain police advisories, pictures and their latest accomplishments.

He said the Facebookpage will also feature tips on crime prevention and the pictures of Bacolod City’s most wanted personalities to help in their speedy arrest.

De la Paz said they are now consolidating the pictures of the wanted personalities so they can start uploading them on Facebookpage.

However, he said that only the pictures of the wanted persons and not ofarrested suspects will be uploaded because they are still “suspects” and doing socould violate human rights.

Bacolod residents are also encouraged to post comments, suggestion, complaints and report crime incidents at the BCPO Facebook fan page, De la Paz said.

Aside from the BCPO facebook fan page, residents could still text crimes through cellular phone numbers 09394355711 for smart subscribers, and 09276981264 for globe users.

De la Paz said they also plan to create an official BCPO Twitter account

Meanwhile, he said they continue to intensify their crime prevention campaign through the police integrated patrol system, and will provide more police visibility and conduct saturation drives in crime prone areas

De la Paz said the BCPO also beefed up security in banks, schools, call centers and other vital intuitions.*APN

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