Cooperation Agreement to be Established Between Police and Urban Management Officers
As of the moment these urban management officers have investigative powers rather than coercive powers thus making them incapable of doing actions if offenders refuse to cooperate with effort in enforcing the law. Based on the urban management law regulations, these urban officers can call the police if they encounter any violent disturbances or are being defied by offenders such as illegal street vendors. Police will then proceed to the area to provide proper assistance and uphold the law.
Local government is finalizing details on the rules concerning the cooperation between the police and these urban officers. Cooperation command center will also be established citywide and in district levels along with a contact mechanism between police stations and sub-district law enforcers.