PNP conducts final inspection for 23rd world economic forum security coverage

By on May 20, 2014

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MANILA — Led by the Deputy Chief for Administration (TDCA), Police Deputy Director General Felipe L. Rojas Jr., police personnel on Monday conducted final inspection and simulation exercises two days before the 23rd World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia.

A simulation exercise (SIMEX) for security personnel is ongoing with routes from Metro Manila to Tagaytay and other tour areas to identify road familiarization.

Meanwhile, Rojas and the PNP Command Center is continuously coordinating with designated security groups at the Peninsula Manila for smooth provision of security convoys and other deployments.

“Extensive security coverage and other public safety services will be undertaken in all areas of engagements and its adjacent areas,” he said.

“Sustained anti-criminality and internal security operations in collaboration with other law enforcement agencies and concerned local government units are also being conducted,” he added.

Earlier today, the Financial Times-First Metro Philippines Investment Summit started prior to the Young Global Leaders Forum tomorrow (May 20), and 10th ASEAN Finance Ministers Investors Seminar (AFMIS) and ASEAN Business Club (May 21).

Said activities are all part of the 23rd WEF on East Asia 2014 to commence on May 21, 2014.