DILG ‘text-a-crime 117’

Published by rudy Date posted on February 23, 2009

The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the Foundation for Crime Prevention has put up “Club 117” that empowers ordinary citizens to report crimes, fires, accidents and other emergencies via text or by calling the police hotline “117.”

Each message to “Club 117” costs P2.50, with 70 percent of the fee going to the telephone service provider and 30 percent going to 117 for service charges.

Anyone could become a member of Club 117 by sending an SMS to 117. Those without mobile phones may join Club 117 by filling up forms which they can download from the website www.fcp117.com.ph or by calling 889-5013.

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