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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

‘Scubasurero’ goes to Subic

NATIONAL Police Chief Director General Jesus A. Verzosa and his team of divers and three beauties of Mutya ng Pilipinas conducted a coastal clean-up in Ocean View beach in Subic yesterday.

In a brief speech, Verzosa explained to participants in the coastal clean-up his “Scubasurero,’ a component of the ‘Pulis Makakalikasan’ program of the PNP.

Verzosa led the coastal clean-up and was delighted by the overwhelming support he got from local officials and environment advocates.

“We commend our law enforcers’ efforts to do their part for the environment. One of the chief tenets of a good police officer is ‘maging makakalikasan’ – to work towards environmental protection.”

He said that with a stronger green program, “we’ll see a commitment to protect not just people, but crucial ecosystems as well. Protecting coral reefs, forests and watersheds will increase overall productivity,”

‘Pulis Makakalikasan’ is expected to fortify the environmental protection campaign of the police organization.

James Gordon said of ‘Scubasurero.’ “We believe that the PNP is equipped with ample resources to safeguard our seas. We thank PNP Chief Verzosa for bringing his Scubasurero project here.”

The top cop also local police and officials in Subic. “We need to work together to help preserve this beautiful coastal town,” Verzosa said.

--People’s Journal

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