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PPOC enforces security measures, maintains order in Camiguin

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CAMIGUIN, April 13– To continuously improve the peace and order situation in the province, the Camiguin Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC) along with the Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Council, whose membership include representatives  from the national line agencies, all municipal mayors and civil society organizations (CSOs), recently conducted its First Quarter Meeting at Camiguin Convention Center, Mambajao, Camiguin.
Provincial Governor and concurrent PPOC Chairperson Maria Luisa D. Romualdo presided the meeting that mainly tackled the peace and order situation updates in Camiguin, human development and security committee reports on the preparations and activities pertinent to the observance of Holy Week’s Panaad, synchronized Barangay Assembly Day, and preparations to ensure a peaceful, honest and orderly Barangay and SK elections.
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As a result, the joint councils approved the adoption of the three Joint Resolutions that include the authorization of the Creation of Special Action Committee under the Provincial Peace and Order Council to decide on critical matters during emergencies affecting the overall Peace and Order Situation in the Province.
PPOC also requested the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Region 10, through Regional Director Wilkins M. Villanueva, to conduct a barangay drug clearing One-Stop-Shop in the Province to facilitate the issuance of certifications to qualified barangay applicants.
Also, the council strongly enjoined the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Balingoan Sub-station, through PO2 Joel M. Mendez, to enforce and adopt stringent measures prohibiting or apprehending operators/owners of small-sized sea vessels or Motorized Bancas to transport passengers from Balingoan Port to any point of entry in the Island Province of Camiguin.(Maria Dannica M. Cimacio/RTP/PIA10)
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Cebuano News: Camiguin PCG ga-awhag sa mga tag-iya irehistro ang bangka

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CAMIGUIN, December 29 (PIA) — Aron mapausbaw ang pagpanalipod sa marinong
kalikopanhon, maritimang seguridad ug kahilwasan sa probinsiya pinaagi sa pagpugong sa paggamit ug mga bangka sa nagkalain-laing maritimang kalapasan labi na sa pagpamirata ug terorismo, ang Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)- Camiguin Provincial Station nag-awhag sa mga tag-iya, operators ug mga charter parties pagparehistro sa ilang bangka ilalom sa Safety, Security and Environmental Numbering (SSEN) System kung aha ang ilang dunggoanan.
Ang PCG misaysay nga sa Disyembre 2017, aduna na’y nakaparehistro nga 1,142 nga mga bangka sa probinsiya diin 144 ang gikan sa Mahinog, 427 sa Sagay, 240 sa Catarman, 227 sa Guinsiliban ug 104 sa Mambajao.
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Para marehistro, ang tag-iya o ang iyang representante mu-apply sa pinakaduol nga Coast Guard Station/Sub-Station ug ipakita ang mga kinahanglang dokumento sama sa proof of ownership, opisyal nga resibo sa engine procurement (para sa mga bag-o lang nabuhat nga bangka), certificate of vessel registry, usa ka balidong government issued nga identification card ug hulagway sa tag-iya sa bangka.
Ang SSEN permanente nang magahin sa bangka ug ang SSEN nga sertipiko balido sulod sa tulo ka tuig ug pwede kining ma-renew.
Ang pagbalhin sa panag-iya ug dagkong kabag-ohan sa mga bangko kinahanglang ireport diretso sulod sa lime ka adlaw sa aktwal nga pagbalhin sa pinakaduol nga Coast Guard Station/Sub-Station para sa pag-update sa profile sa bangka.(RTP/PIA10)

Camiguin PCG urges owners to register vessels

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CAMIGUIN, December 29 (PIA) — To enhance marine environmental protection, maritime security and safety within the area by preventing the use of vessels/watchcrafts in various maritime infractions particularly piracy and terrorism, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)- Camiguin Provincial Station urges owners, operators and/or charter parties to register their vessels/watercrafts under the Safety, Security and Environmental Numbering (SSEN) System whey they are home ported.
 
The PCG reported that as of December 2017, there are 1,142 vessels/watchcrafts that were registered in the province where 144 came from Mahinog, 427 in Sagay, 240 in Catarman, 227 in Guinsiliban and 104 in Mambajao.
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To register, the owner or his/her representative shall apply to the nearest Coast Guard Station/Sub-Station and present the necessary requirements such as the proof of ownership, official receipt of engine procurement (for newly built vessel), certificate of vessel registry, one valid government issued identification card and photo of the vessel owner.
 
The SSEN shall be permanently assigned to the vessels/watercrafts and the SSEN certificate is valid for three years and is renewable.
Any transfer of ownership or major alterations done on the vessels/watercrafts should be reported immediately within five days of actual transfer to the nearest Coast Guard Station/Sub-Station for updating of the vessel profile.(RTP/PIA10)