The chief of an office of the Philippine National Police (PNP) that oversees security agencies on Tuesday said there will not be a repeat of the Resorts World Manila incident that killed 37 people last Friday. The assurance from Chief Supt. Jose Mario Espino, head of the Supervisory Office for Security Investigation Agencies (Sosia), came after the PNP held a conference among different security agencies. “Definitely, [we are confident because]we reminded the security managers of standard procedures on protocol security and we showed to them what they lack,” Espino told a news briefing after the meeting. Espino earlier announced that an investigation of security lapses by Resorts World Manila will be conducted after the incident where a lone gunman fired away and burned down a part of the resort. He announced that drills have been initiated by the security agencies to brace for attacks from criminal gangs that often prey on malls in Metro Manila. Espino said they will check whether security agencies of establishments in the services sector like Resorts World Manila have security plans. Before, he added, these security agencies were not required to submit any security plan. Police Director Camilo Cascolan, chief of the PNP Directorate for… Read full this story
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