The Bohol Provincial Police Office (BPPO) will relaunch tomorrow a program addressing members of media and briefing them on issues on peace and order.
Dubbed TSIP (Talakayan sa Isyung Police), the regular affairâ€™s inaugural edition will be held in the afternoon at the Camp Dagohoy Multipurpose Hall and will be led by BPPO director Senior Supt. Felipe Natividad.
The program is intended to provide media regular updates on police matters in Bohol including towns, particularly far-flung areas.
Police said that reports to media would include both achievements and failures of police stations across the province in relation to the fight against criminality.
The said program was defunct for four years before the new Bohol police chief approved its relaunch.
TSIP was first launched in Bohol under former BPPO director Senior Supt. Constantino Barot in 2010. (Rey Tutas)