PNB celebrates Road Safety Week in Monagas

PNB celebrates Road Safety Week in Monagas

The PNB officers developed awareness campaigns in the main road arteries of Maturín

The Bolivarian National Police Corps (PNB) celebrates the Road Safety Week in Monagas, with a series of activities in the main road arteries of the Monaguense capital, this within the framework of the Great Peace Quadrants Mission promoted by Governor Ernesto Luna and Colonel (FANB) Antonio Pérez Luis, director of the aforementioned organization.

This was reported by the chief commissioner (PNB), Viomar Medina, head of the PNB Traffic Service, who stressed that, with regard to this celebration, the officers developed awareness campaigns on the city’s avenues and at traffic lights, with Conferences for handing out brochures with content on respect for pedestrians, use of seat belts and not using cell phones while driving, among others.

Medina indicated that, from the Traffic Service, officials plan to approach educational centers to reinforce comprehensive prevention in students, especially in relation to the responsibilities of drivers and pedestrians.

He also highlighted that, through deployments in educational institutions, they maintain the constant training of School Patrolmen with the purpose of being multipliers of knowledge and prevention messages in children, adolescents and adults. whatsapp image 2023 06 08 at 11.57.30 am whatsapp image 2023 06 08 at 11.57.30 am 1 whatsapp image 2023 06 08 at 11.57.31 am

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