CSF Beefs Up Anti-drug Campaign [ Tuesday, 13th of September 2016 | 6 months ago ]
The council, chaired by Mayor Edwin D. Santiago and co-chaired by Chief of Police P/Supt Jean Fajardo, convened on Wednesday to address issues on the increasing numbers of drug surrenderees in the city.
Mayor Edsa said that a total of 1,022 individuals have already submitted themselves to the police since PNP Oplan Tokhang was intensified.
The city government aims to boost anti-illegal drug reformation and reintegration program through psychological counseling and sports-related programs that will promote the engagement of the suspected drug users and pushers in physical fitness activities.
" Magkakaroon tayo ng mga palaro para sa kanila at bibigyan din natin sila ng papremyo para yung attention nila ma-divert sa sports sa halip na sa iligal na bisyo," Mayor EdSa explained.
Recently, more than 200 drug surrenderees participated in the zumba and boodle fight activity held in the city.
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