Friday, November 14, 2014

BTAC receives 38 new radio handsets from the Regional Office

Posted November 14, 2014
Written by Gloria Villas

The new 38 radio handsets are a milestone in terms of collaborative action for Boracay Tourist Assistance Center (BTAC) in the choice of terminal for their officer’s operational communications.

According to BTAC Chief Police Inspector Mark Evan Salvo, the additional radio handsets are very useful especially that Boracay is one of the “Best Beach Destination”.

He said: “The said radio handsets will serve as their link to the policemen on duty while they are roving the island.”

He further clarified that, the radio handset was part of their request to propel the assignment to its full efficiency, where the said system has also been acclaimed and implemented in other PROs as an effective tool against criminality.

Meanwhile, the 38 new radio handset of BTAC turned up last Sunday and was currently patch up for the full implementation in the entire island to decrease criminality.

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