The prisoners of the recently burned Caloocan City Police Headquarters will be transferred to a much more compressed detention facility.
According to S/Supt. Jemar Modequillo, chief of the Caloocan Police, more than 100 prisoners from the burned Caloocan Police Headquarters will be temporarily placed at Bagong-Barrio Jail.
However, Modequillo promised that they are still looking for other facilities where the prisoners can be placed.
Last Nov. 14, the prisoners of the burned Caloocan City Police Station were brought to a firing range, and on Nov. 16 were transferred to Bagong Barrio Jail in order to prevent possible attempts of escape.