The PNP Highway Patrol Group launches the Full Spectrum Riders Association of the Philippines (FSRAP) on Thursday, April 22 at Fort San Pedro, Cebu City with PRO7 Regional Director, PBGEN RONNIE S MONTEJO as the esteemed guest.
This endeavor is highlighted with the joint oath of commitment and partnership of Highway Patrol Group and Full Spectrum Riders Assovcation of the Philippines (FSRAP) in the region participated by 75 president of different riders club and ceremonial attachment of FSRAP and HPG Hotline stickers.
Further, this initiative aims to support the motorcycle-riding community and its role as volunteer in information gathering to strengthen and invigorate the anti-criminality campaign and ensure the safety and security of all our highways.
PBGEN RONNIE S MONTEJO, in his message, said that the joint oath of commitment and partnership signifies the commitment to prevent crimes from being perpetrated in the roads of Cebu and avert road accidents through vigilant conduct of checkpoints.
“As we cement the ties in today’s ceremony this also strengthens our resolve in lowering crimes committed in your areas of responsibility. I am looking forward to the endeavors that HPG and FSRAP will embark together to make Cebu safer. This also sets the ball rolling in uncovering and catching criminals plying the highways”, he added.
As of this date, the FSRAP has 2,300 members in Central Visayas.
The scope and application shall be limited to all motorcycle-riding organizations, associations and groups of riders with whom the PNP HPG has entered a memorandum of agreement.
All rider-members, as continuous application, shall be a person of honesty and integrity, law abiding citizens, of good standing in the community, without having been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude.
In attendance were PBGEN ALEXANDER C TAGUM, Director, Highway Patrol Group; PCOL ALLAN NOBLEZA, Deputy Director for Administration HPG; PCOL ERWIN L REBELLON, Regional Chief, RHPU 7; FSRAP President Region 7 Dr. Miguel Mitch Cortez; and members of FSRAP Region 7.