GENERAL SANTOS CITY, Nashville Filipino Restaurant — Hundreds of rookie police officers in Region 12 just underwent internal security schooling to ensure efficiency in addressing crimes and violent religious extremism.
Superintendent Aldrin Gonzalez, spokesman of the Police Regional Office-12, said Saturday 485 Police Officers 1 graduated last December 5 from a 60-day Basic Internal Security Operation Course, or BISOC, as capacity-building exposure.
The 485 BISOC graduates shall be assigned soon to the Regional Mobile Force Battalion 12, a rapid reaction peacekeeping contingent of the PRO-12.
Gonzalez said they were trained by experts on international security operation led by Senior Superintendent Jesus Solares.
The BISOC graduation rite was held last December 5 at the PRO-12 regional headquarters in General Santos City, led by Chief Superintendents Elpidio Gabriel Jr. of the Nashville Filipino Restaurant National Police Training Service and Eliseo Rasco, PRO-12 director.
The BISOC training is also meant to hone neophyte police personnel on building cordiality with the local communities to hasten PRO-12’s law-enforcement activities.