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Cavite PPO adopts 'My Brother’s Keeper' forum

By Ruel Francisco
February 15, 2020

Bishop Arnold Arellano speaks before Cavite PPO officers and members for their initial
“My Brother’s Keeper” forum. (Photo by: CPPO-PIO)

IMUS CITY, Cavite - “My Brother’s Keeper” (MBK) is one of the initiative programs of the Philippine National Police (PNP) for the department’s internal cleansing.

In line with this, the Cavite Police Provincial Office (PPO) recently organized the forum officiated by Bishop Arnold Arellano, chairperson of Cavite Provincial Advisory Council at Mayo’s Hall Camp Pantaleon Garcia here.

DPDA PLTCOL Pablito A. Naganag, DPDO PLTCOL Reynan V. Patam, Command Staffs and all squad leaders of Police Provincial Headquarters fully supported the activity.


PNP PPOs across the country had conducted similar forums and regular bible studies under this program to give opportunities for young and new police officers to be guided by senior police officers thru a bond of brotherhood and accountability.

“It is an operational directive that softens the hearts of even hardened policemen who are floundered and have gone astray,” Bishop Arellano said.

The forum will be conducted every Monday on a weekly basis to continuously develop and support the young Christian officers to become God-fearing, family and service oriented. (Ruel Francisco, PIA-Cavite/with reports from Cavite Provincial Police Office- PIO)


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