Saturday, October 4, 2014
PRO3 CONDUCTS WORKSHOP ON MEDIA CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND NEWS WRITING
CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- As part of Police Regional Director PCSUPT RAUL D PETRASANTA’s current program thrusts to further enhance the PNP-PRO3’s Public Information Advocacy Program, a one (1) day seminar-workshop on Media Crisis Management and News Writing was held on September 30, 2014 at the PRO3 Post Conference Room, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.
The one (1) day seminar was facilitated by the Regional Public Information Office and was attendedby the PIOs of the different PPOs/CPOs together with their writers and some RHQ personnel. Guest lecturers were Emergency Management Specialist, Mr Hutch Regencia and Philippine Daily Inquirer correspondent, Ms Tonette Orejas.
Mr Hutch Regencia gave a lecture on Media Crisis Management which aimed at providing the participants with ample knowledge on how to properly deal with media practitioners during Crisis Management while Ms Tonette Orejas delivered a lecture on Basic Police Correspondence and News Writing to further equip the participants on how to properly write letters, correctly address the recipients and how to write news stories. She also gave an overview on how to build linkages with media practitioners.
The seminar-workshop concluded with a closing remark from PSSUPT RONALD V SANTOS, DRDA and distribution of certificates to the participants.
“PRO3 continues under the leadership of our Regional Director, PCSUPT RAUL D PETRASANTA to implement our C, PNP’s strategic focus CODE-P to achieve our goal of attaining a highly capable, credible and effective police force, particularly in the field of police report writing and enhancing our media relations, thus this seminar. Also, our Regional Director is doing his best for the betterment of PRO3 and its members, particularly on skills enhancement; series of trainings/seminars similar to this will be conducted in the coming days”, PSSUPT SANTOS remarked.
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