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Move IT cooperates with PNP, LTFRB

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Move IT said over the weekend it would cooperate with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) to identify further safety measures to protect commuters and the public from criminals.

The motorcycle taxi company’s move came after one of its drivers was found to have allegedly been involved in a robbery in San Juan City last week. Move It general manager Wayne Jacinto said the two-wheeled ride-hailing company is “aware that there is always a possibility that unscrupulous individuals could join Move It or use our uniforms, with the end in view of concealing their intention to commit crimes.”

“We assure the public that if Move It riders are indeed involved in any wrongdoing, we will be transparent about it, and we will utilize the technology in our app to trace the guilty parties so that they can be held accountable for their crimes,” said Jacinto.

He said that in the case of the San Juan robbery, the assistance extended by the motorcycle taxi company to police led to the identification and eventual capture of the suspects. “When we received reports that an alleged Move It rider was involved in a crime, we immediately communicated with the PNP and worked to validate if the individual using a Move It uniform was one of our riders,” said Jacinto.


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