MAYANTOC, Tarlac – Police right here on Friday, June 24, underscored their civic responsibility by educating youngsters of indigenous individuals in Sitio Calao, Barangay San Jose, this city beneath the “Pulis Ko, Trainer Ko” program.
Police taught the kids how one can learn, write, and depend, correct hygiene, values, patriotism, concern of God, and parental love.
Youngsters additionally realized ethical classes from an academic brief story proven in a movie viewing.
Pulis Ko, Titser Ko is based on a Biblical doctrine that claims, “Prepare a baby in the best way he ought to go and when he grows up he is not going to depart from it.”
It additionally goals to develop optimistic notion within the minds of the youth about legislation and order to allow them to turn out to be an integral a part of nation constructing course of after they develop up.
The Mayantoc police are led by Capt. Mark Marvin T. Ugale, officer-in-charge.
Pulis Ko, Titser Ko is a strategic school-based crime consciousness undertaking of Philippine Nationwide Police (PNP) and Division of Schooling (DepEd).
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