(Metro News) QCPD to register all househelps in QC

April 23, 2010 8:06 pm 

MANILA, April 23 – The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) on Friday said it will register all domestic helpers in Quezon City to prevent the rise in number of thefts and robberies involving some of them.

QCPD officials said they will screen every maid, family driver, and other domestic worker employed by households in the city.

QCPD director Chief Supt. Elmo San Diego said they would launch on Saturday, April 24, the registration of household workers and the issuance of police clearances to them starting with those working in homes inside the North Susana Executive Village in Barangay Old Balara, Diliman, Quezon City.

QCPD policemen will make door-to-door visits to register the household workers in the village.

San Diego said the move would ensure that homeowners could easily verify the reliability and trustworthiness of the people they employ and prevent crimes involving household helpers.

San Diego said the new QCPD project has already received the approval of the Quezon City Homeowners Association Inc. (AQCHAI). (PNA) RMA/JCA


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