The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will hold the second leg of the one-day special processing of machine-readable passports for police personnel and their families.
A team from the DFA through Mr Rodolfo Gaspar, Head of the Courtesy Lane will be in Camp Crame on Saturday, January 24, to process passport applications of PNP personnel and their qualified dependents.
According to Police Director German B Doria of the Directorate for Police Community Relations, the passport processing will allow Camp Crame based personnel to apply or renew for a new passport and change their old passports into machine-readable travel documents.
"The DFA has been very generous in extending assistance to the members of the PNP who wanted to avail of these services. This will be of great convenience to not only to PNP employees but to their families as well," Doria stated.