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‘Eyes and ears’ in fight vs terror, criminality

AMID the recent deadly bombing in Quiapo, Manila, officers of the National Capital Region Police Office headed by Director Oscar D. Albayalde and leaders of different Muslim communities in Metro Manila have renewed their talks to fully address threats posed by terror groups and organized crime gangs specifically drug dealers…
  • Published in Nation

CHR should look into condition of overcrowded PH jails -- PNP

WHILE emphasizing that ‘secret police jails’ and other detention facilities in the country are not being tolerated and those maintaining them will be facing criminal and administrative charges that would merit their dismissal from the force, the Philippine National Police leadership also called on the Commission on Human Rights to…
  • Published in Nation

PNP on full alert for nationwide school opening

PHILIPPINE National Police chief, Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ M. dela Rosa, yesterday said all security measures are in place to protect the students, the teaching community and the public as regular classes in most government and private schools resume today. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); An estimated 25 million students…
  • Published in Nation

Resorts World security men face probe for abandoning post

SECURITY officers of Resorts World Manila will undergo questioning on why their men abandoned the building when gambling addict Jessie Javier Carlos barged into the casino, fired his gun repeatedly before setting the area on fire, leaving 37 hotel guests and employees dead due to suffocation, National Capital Region Police…
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No ISIS threat in NCR -- Albayalde

NATIONAL Capital Region Police Office chief Director Oscar D. Albayalde yesterday said they have not monitored any presence of suspected ISIS fighters in Metro Manila. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); “So far, sa Metro Manila wala tayong natanggap na ganyang information,” Albayalde said while maintaining that they are not letting…
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NCRPO ‘PADs’ working to ensure summer vacation -- Albayalde

NATIONAL Capital Region Police Office chief, Director Oscar D. Albayalde, yesterday said all NCRPO security preparations for the summer vacation are already in place to help protect residents in and outside their homes as well as those going to spend the period in the provinces. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});…
  • Published in Nation

NCRPO on full alert as Muslims mark Eid’l Fitr

THE 17,000-strong National Capital Region Police Office remained on full alert yesterday to ensure peace and order as the Muslim community in Metro Manila marks Eid’l Fitr or the end of the holy Muslim week called Ramadan on Monday which is a very important day for Islam practitioners. (adsbygoogle =…
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We’ll succeed with God’s intervention – Albayalde

PRAYING for a “trouble-free” 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit and other Related Meetings in Manila this week, National Capital Region Police Office chief Director Oscar D. Albayalde yesterday said they also need the 100 percent support and vigilance of the public in ensuring there will be no…
  • Published in Nation

NCRPO steps up drive vs drugs, deadly weapons to protect students

NATIONAL Capital Region Police Office chief, Oscar D. Albayalde yesterday said stepped-up security measures are in place to further help reduce street crimes and protect students and the rest of the public in Metro Manila now that regular school has opened. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Banking on the support…
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NCRPO all set for ‘Undas’ 2017

NATIONAL Capital Region Police Office chief Director Oscar D. Albayalde on Monday said that all security preparations are in place for next week’s All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The official said they have also not detected any terror threats for the All Saints’…
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