City mulls anti-fraternity drive in schools

November 11, 2009 11:27 pm 

BACOLOD CITY, Nov. 12 — City Councilor Al Victor Espino, chair of the City Council committee on police, security, jail and management, Wednesday stressed the need to intensify the campaign against fraternities or gangs in different public schools in the city.

This following reports of hold-up cases in Bacolod City involving minors.

City schools will be tapped to strictly implement the campaign in their respective vicinity, Espino said.

He said through a resolution, the campaign will be channeled to the Committee on Education chaired by Councilor Greg Gasataya for proper disposition.

He likewise proposed to assign force multipliers patrolling the different schools during peak hours. (PNA)



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