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CAMP BADO, DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet – In line with the 23rd Police Community Relations (PCR) Month, five masterpieces of students from the different schools of the Cordillera won during the 1st Police Community Relations (PCR) Month Creative Day in the region held on July 28, 2018 at Phoenix Café, Baguio City.
 
Winners of the creative day are: Lovie Dacca, who bagged the Gold Award with her winning masterpiece entitled as “In My Community”, followed by the Silver Awardee, Avrane Blas L. Pagadian with her captivating masterwork entitled “Ubbing”. Bronze Awardee was bagged by Laureano Angelo Maranan with his attractive artwork entitled as “Panata” while the 4th placer was won by Louella Marie Tingson with her striking artwork entitled as “Idol”.
 
Meanwhile, Arryann M Carbonnell bested all her rivals in the poem contest when her composition entitled  “Ang Kapulisan” was declared the winner. All winners were given certificates and token as an encouragement for them to pursue more and enhance their potentials in painting and poem making.
 
This 1st Police Community Relations (PCR) Month Creative Day was initiated in collaboration with the 2nd Anniversary of PASA-KALYE Group of Artists.
 
The realization of this activity is attributed to participation of private individuals, Pasa Kalye, Soroptimist International of Pines City, Ester Weaving, APCO, Street 77 Cafeteria galleria, NAPOLCOM countless contributions and collaboration of NAPOLCOM, in coordination with the Philippine National Police. Such collaboration, both from the private and public sector of society greatly help in the pursuit of peace and order for the community.
 
The PCR Month celebration is an opportune time to strengthen community participation in crime prevention. This year’s celebration theme Tapat at Paglilingkod ng Kapulisan Kaagapay ang Mamamayan, Hatid ay Kaunlaran”, further forges stronger partnership and community support in peacekeeping and public safety programs of the PNP.
 
The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) is the lead agency of the celebration pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 764 dated January 24, 2005 declaring the month of July of every year as Police Community Relations (PCR) Month. (PROCOR RPIO)