Thursday, September 6, 2012

Boracay, a huge challenge for new BTAC chief

Like any other chief of staff who have served the Boracay Police, it also a huge challenge for the new BTAC head, Police Senior Inspector Joeffer Cabural to be assigned here.

Nonetheless, Cabural is still determined to implement the police mandate on the island.

During an interview Cabural called unto the Boracaynons and stakeholders to support the Boracay police in suppressing crime believing that the community can be of great help.

Meanwhile as a reaction to Vice Mayor Ceciron Cawaling’s advice to give attention to the ‘ladyboy’ dilemma, wherein these ladyboys would actually chase after tourists at the front beach on the wee hours of the morning for the sake of having a customer, the new chief said that there will be no discrimination that will occur if they will ever conduct an operation regarding this issue.

Furthermore he said, that if caught appearing to be a stalker to the tourists, then they must be held to answer.

On the other hand, when asked on the topic about his stay as BTAC chief, given that those who were previously on the position did not stay long and was relieved, he said that he could not answer this at this moment.

All he knows, he added is to carry out what has been mandated on the security, peace and order of Boracay.
Cabural was appointed as BTAC chief effective 29th of August 2012.

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