Linis Nueva Ecija cops go on a “Barangayanihan Linis sa Barangay” project tapping all lawmen from the 32 stations and the provincial mobile force in the province in adherence to the Intensified Cleanliness Policy of PNP Chief Gen. Guillermo Eleazar. PHOTO FROM FB PAGE OF COL. SANTOS.

Ecija cops go on ‘Barangayanihan cleaning spree’

May 27, 2021 Steve A. Gosuico 154 views

CABANATUAN CITY – The Nueva Ecija provincial police office led by Col. Jaime O. Santos came up with another novel program aimed to promote cleanliness in all of the 849 barangays in the province in adherence to the three-pronged Intensified Cleanliness Policy (ICP) of PNP Chief Gen. Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar.

On Tuesday, Santos spearheaded the launching of his new “BARANGAYanihan Linis Sa Barangay” with the conduct of simultaneous cleaning activities along main and secondary roads in the barangays starting at 6 a.m.

In launching the project, the Nueva Ecija top cop tapped the services of his men from the 32 police stations and the provincial mobile force company from across the province, along with volunteers from the different barangays and members of the Kabataan Kontra Droga at Terorismo (KKDAT).

Also joining the activity are employees and staff from the provincial capitol under the office of Gov. Aurelio M. Umali.

“It will be a continuous and regular activity by his men to inter-act with the community as regards to this barangayanihan linis sa barangay project,” said Santos, who led the cleaning activity in Bgy. Sangitan West here.

He said the activity aims to promote one of the core values of the police organization – that of being “Makakalikasan” (lover of nature).

Santos added this is part of the ICP that is being espoused by the current PNP leadership which is also aimed to strengthen harmonious relationship between PNP organization and the community.

“The ICP of Police Chief, Gen. Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar focuses on three key factors — cleanliness inside PNP offices, cleanliness with the ranks, and cleanliness in the community. The ICP aims to ensure that all deliverables would meet the standards of a true public servant,” Santos said.