Tabuk City, Kalinga―The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) Tabuk District Jail heightens its community support activities to mark this year’s Community Relations Service (CRS) Month.
Tabuk District Jail JO2 Alma Bangibang enumerated that among the lined-up activities are the Adopt-An-Estero Program, Adopt-A-Watershed, and Jail Best Practice Cleanest Dorm which are regular programs conducted by the BJMP.
“We intensified kasi CRS month and mag-exert pa tayo ng extra effort to communicate with the outside service providers,” she said.
“Madali lang mag clean-up drive and tree planting, mas maganda yung adopt para at least mayroon tayo yung sustainability of program na mae-ensure mo na talagang aalagaan, ico-continue yung project na hindi lang yung naglinis eh tapos na,” Bangibang added.
Both Adopt-An-Estero and Adopt-A-Watershed programs are in collaboration with City Environment and Natural Resources (CENRO) and Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
The watershed at New Balbalan, Lacnog was chosen as the Adopt-a-Watershed community outreach program while the Adopt-an-Estero clean-up drive sessions is the estero along the Davidson Hotel up to Matagoan Farm Supply.
On the other hand, she disclosed that the Cleanest Dorm as their best practice is monthly awarded to the dorm with clean, orderly, and contraband-free among the 13 dorms in the facility.
“We implored yung participation ng lahat ng inmates to maintain a clean, orderly, contraband-free jail facility. Kung sino ang winning dorm makakatanggap sila ng grocery items, in addition dun sa kanilang daily,” she said.
Additionally, the winning dorm will choose among them an indigent PDL whose family from the outside will then receive an ayuda pack as a way to extend their concern and love to their family despite detained in the facility.
Recently, the unit has also corresponded to the city’s World Environment Day and the Philippine Environment Month celebration thru cleaning up the road from BJMP all the down to the vending stalls near the Bulanao rotunda.
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