Thursday, June 15, 2017

TFD updates guidelines for public during Martial Law

From the Mindanao Times (Jun 14): TFD updates guidelines for public during Martial Law

THE TASK Force Davao issued new guidelines for the public during the implementation of Martial Law in the city.

These new guidelines will serve as preventive measures against spillover of violent incidents in Davao City pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No.216 declaring Martial Law in Mindanao.

The guideline stated there will be strict and tight implementation of security measures in the city, particularly in the security checkpoints.
The public is reminded that everyone is subject for inspection and routine identification.
Those who are traveling are advised to ensure an updated vehicle registration papers, driver’s license, and valid identification card.
Everyone is also encouraged to be more patient and cooperative as the security checkpoints in the city may cause medium to heavy volume of traffic.

The public is also encouraged to familiarize the contents of their own baggage and never leave belongings unattended to avoid inconvenience.

Those who are planning outdoor activities are advised to be prudent and, as much as possible, avoid crowded areas.

The permit to carry firearm outside of residence (PTCFOR) is suspended. Any individual caught carrying firearms in all places in Davao City will be apprehended and the firearm will be subject for confiscation.

The unlicensed and loose firearms must be surrendered to the nearest military or police stations in the area.

Those who fail to surrender loose or unlicensed firearms will be subjected to house visitation by the military or police authorities.

The law enforcement personnel will also “stop and frisk” any suspicious individual or groups especially during night time as part of security measures.

The public is also advised to refer on the guidelines of previously issued by the Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, and is encouraged to report any misbehavior of Task Force Davao personnel.

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