Police officers are already in charge of the crimes on women and children, it would thus be a question of adding a person to treat the cases concerning the community.
Police Senior Superintendent Juanita S. Nebran, chief of the PNP Women and Children Protection Center, told Tempo News that police supported the bill.
“We are supportive of that measure. They are inviting us to be one of the resource persons and our inputs have been asked. Now, we are still on the process of studying the bill by provisions, » she said.
That would be really a good thing if this bill was approved because the problems of violences and discriminations against the LGBT community are a serious problem in the Philippines.