Caloocan Authorities Conduct Nighttime Operation for Peace and Safety
In an ongoing effort to uphold community peace and safety, the city of Caloocan, through its dedicated law enforcement agencies, recently executed a comprehensive nighttime operation known as "Oplan Bulabog." This operation, conducted in Caloocan City - South, was a coordinated effort involving the Caloocan City Police Station (CCPS), Public Safety and Traffic Management Department (PSTMD), and City Social Welfare and Development Department (CSWDD).
Caloocan City has always been committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents, particularly its youth. The "Oplan Bulabog" operation is just one of many initiatives aimed at achieving this goal.
Across the city, in the North, a similar operation is ongoing, spearheaded by CCPS and the City Environmental Management Department (CEMD). Together, these operations are designed to enforce various city ordinances and regulations that help maintain peace and order within the community, especially during nighttime hours.
As part of the operation, several individuals were apprehended for various violations. This includes minors who were found violating curfew regulations, individuals consuming alcohol in public places, and those disregarding traffic laws. These proactive measures are intended to curb behaviors that may pose risks to the safety and well-being of Caloocan's residents, particularly its young population.
The city government, in collaboration with law enforcement agencies, remains steadfast in its commitment to enforcing the law and upholding the city's ordinances. By doing so, they aim to create a safer and more secure environment for all Caloocan residents, ensuring that the community remains a peaceful and welcoming place for everyone. These ongoing efforts are a testament to Caloocan's dedication to the welfare of its citizens and its determination to build a city where everyone can live, work, and play without fear.