THE National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) said the observation of Holy Week 2022 in the National Capital Region (NCR) was generally peaceful.
This was declared by NCRPO spokesperson Police Lt. Col. Jenny Tecson during the Laging Handa public briefing, and said that the police will continue to monitor activities and movements in airports, terminals and seaports.
According to Tecson, even if people came in droves in different areas in the NCR during Holy Week and the long weekend, and the situation was peaceful overall, coupled with strong presence by the police on the said areas.
About 100 incidents were reported, which is higher by about three compared to the 97 incidents reported last year.
Tecson said the incidents were not too many, and the police was able to respond and acted on promptly on these incidents.
The NCRPO spokesperson also emphasized that the police will not leave just yet from airports, terminals and seaports to ensure the safety of the public, especially those who will return to Metro Manila after vacationing in the provinces.
Tecson said the police districts will install an assistance desk to provide assistance to travelers.