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Muntinlupa Mayor Ruffy Biazon turns over new vehicles to the city police and public order and safety office

Muntinlupa’s law enforcers and public order and safety officers now have new vehicles they could use in carrying out their duties.

Mutinlupa Mayor Ruffy Biazon turned over patrol vehicles and motorcycles to the personnel.

The police received eight ambush type mobiles and 21 motorcycles, while the Public Order and Safety Office received four ambush type mobiles.

One mobile was also set aside for the Women and Children Protection Center.

Biazon said the vehicles have Battenburg markings, or high-visibility markings that are used for emergency service vehicles.

“International standard ito na ang purpose ay para sa visibility (madaling makita) at conspicuity (madaling makilala). Disenyo, tatak at kulay ito ng emergency at law enforcement vehicles sa ilang mga bansa, karamihan sa Europa,” Biazon said.

The intention is to make law enforcers highly visible, he said.

This would serve as a deterrent to crime and would give assurance to the city’s residents.

It is also part of efforts to strengthen the city’s peace and order capability, he said.

“Gusto nating maramdaman ng mga tao na ‘secure’ sila,” he said.