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Human rights complaints vs cops decreasing -- PNP-HRAO

COMPLAINTS pertaining to human rights abuses by members of the Philippine National Police have been on the decline from 2014 to date despite claims by some quarters that police have been committing wanton rights abuses since the Duterte government launched a massive crackdown against illegal drug trafficking and abuse, the…
  • Published in Nation

PNP nabs 6,531 illegal gamblers

THE Philippine National Police (PNP) arrested 6,531 persons for illegal gambling as authorities pressed a nationwide vice crackdown. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This was based on the update issued yesterday by the PNP. PNP spokesman Police Sr. Supt. Dionardo Carlos said the suspects were arrested during the anti-illegal gambling…
  • Published in Nation

Bato: Follow travel safety tips

ALTHOUGH all Philippine National Police security measures are in place to keep the streets safe 24/7, PNP officials yesterday said they are not letting their guards down and would want the public to help them thwart the presence of organized crime groups expected to increase their activities this Holy Week…
  • Published in Nation

Aurora PNP to secure tourists

BALER, Aurora -- The Philippine National Police (PNP) here yesterday said full-scale public safety operations went underway over the weekend as transient students from Metro Manila began flock to the provinces at the closing of school year. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Provincial director Senior Supt. Randolf Balonglong said round-the-clock…
  • Published in Metro

Drug war now less bloody – ‘Bato’

THE renewed anti-drug war by the Philippine National Police from March 1 up to yesterday is really “less bloody” compared to the first seven months of the campaign as it has only resulted in the killing of 107 armed drug dealers in clashes with undercover officers, PNP chief Director General…

‘Bato’ must use more brains than brawn (2)

With 3 out of 4 Filipinos worried that they or someone they know could get killed in the drug war, some are asking: Should people arm themselves and fight vigilantes? Or are police still duty-bound to go after the executioners who usurp the authority of courts to determine guilt as…
  • Published in Opinion

Senador De Lima nakagat ng pusa, ‘EJK’ inilunsad sa Kampo Crame

HINDI ako magtataka kung bumaha ng siopao na sinahugan ng pusa sa Kampo Crame sa mga susunod na araw. Ayon sa ating source, nagmistulang North Korean show of force ang lahat ng pusa sa kampo dahil may malaking banta sa kanilang puwersa magmula pa nitong nakaraang Biyernes, April 21. Ang…
  • Published in Opinion

Illegal recruiters

THE recent arrest of 15 suspected large-scale illegal recruiters should be welcomed by all sectors of society, particularly the millions of jobseekers in various parts of the country. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Of course, we cannot help but feel that some people are still reluctant to help government authorities…

5 major crimes down -- PNP

THE Philippine National Police has noted a significant reduction in the number of five major crimes in the country during the past more than nine months of the Duterte administration although there has been a slight increase in the number of murder cases amid the government’s insistence that there is…
  • Published in Nation

‘Bato’ blows top

HIS voice trembling in anger, PNP chief, General Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa last Thursday angrily denied a Reuters’ report that police have staged-managed the fatal shooting of suspected drug dealers and users in the country and planted evidence at crime scene. * * * (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The…
  • Published in Opinion
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