Police act on school opening risks on June 1


SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union: The San Fernando City police, anticipating school opening jitters, intensified security measures in time for the opening of classes next week. San Fernando City Police Director Supt. Julius Suriben launched a program called BEN 1.0 or the Bantay Eskwela Network – 1 Team for Zero Incidents in Schools Program, which is aimed at monitoring schools, tapping volunteer patrollers, particularly residents in the schools’ vicinities and barangay officials for the protection of students outside school campuses. Traffic operations were also being beefed-up by Suriben with the installation of the Police Assistance Boxes in Schools, to assist passing motorists and students.


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