Oh and by the way it's Bryan's Birthday!!! Happy Birthday Bryan! Thank you din sa mga comments and sa pagbisita! (Tindi Birthday mo... kasabay mo ang Birthday ng Davao. Hehe)
I was browsing some news headline about a certain website that the PNP in Davao had. Soooo, me and my curiosity checked it out, it's at http://www.davaocitypolice.com.
If you are a Davao resident who wants to report a crime or provide the authorities with information but wants to stay anonymous you can simply log on to the site and fill out the online citizen complaint form.
Aside from that the directory for the different police station in Davao can be seen, along with the operating units of Davao City Police Office, the gallery of the most wanted people in the Philippines, and the most wanted of Davao as well, some crime prevention tips, police news and other information involving DCPO.
The site could also be very much vulnerable to pranks. DCPO Superintendent Jaime Morante warned the pranksters, that if they are caught filing false information to the police they will be exposed and charged criminally just like what Mayor Rodrigo Duterte did to 911 prank callers.
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One of the most awaited events here in Davao is "Araw ng Dabaw". It is more like Kadayawan, although Kadayawan is much more festive compared to this celebration. I actually forgot it's Araw ng Dabaw.
There are lots of trade fairs, party, music festivals, in store for everyone citywide.
And of course it is just quite fitting that the Davao's Bloggers Party would then be held this month (actually it is tomorrow).
The Davao Bloggers Party #1 is the first time that blog writers, enthusiasts, newbies and even pro-bloggers in Davao will get together and party! The Davao Blogspace currently hosts more than 30 blog feeds, but surely there are more out there, and this is what Party #1 is all about. It’s a shout-out to the world that there is an active, thriving community of bloggers in our beloved hometown.
For additional information: Davao Blogs