Davao police internal cleansing yields 206 raps vs cops
by UNTV News | Posted on Thursday, April 12th, 2018
Philippine National Police (PNP) is implementing the internal cleansing strategy to remove rogue police personnel.
The Philippine National Police-Regional Internal Affairs Service (PNP-RIAS) in Davao City has received at least 206 cases against policemen.
According to RIAS-11 chief PSSupt. Jose Carumba, this is the result of the internal cleansing campaign of the current administration that aims to remove rogue police personnel.
“Ginawang model ang Davao City dahil ang president natin taga dito at Police Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa. So parang naging inspiration sa ating PNP personnel na huwag gumawa ng masama sa kanilang trabaho,” he said.
(Davao City has become the model since our president as well as Police Director Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa hails from this city. So it has become the inspiration of our PNP personnel not to commit corruption.)
Based on the RIAS-11 data, from 86 cases in 2016, it has dwindled down to 35 this year.
Complaints range from performance irregularities; neglect of duty; violation of Republic Act 9262 or violence against women and children; and violation of police operation procedures.
“Pababa ang trend ng kaso in terms of internal discipline ng ating PNP dito sa Region XI. Halos pare-pareho but in terms of breach of internal discipline, mababa. Ito yong neglect of duty, awol of PNP personnel,” said Carumba.
(The cases are trending downward in terms of internal discipline of our PNP here in Region XI. It’s almost the same, but in terms of breach of internal discipline, it’s low. It includes neglect of duty, AWOL of PNP personnel.)
The local government hopes to fully cleanse the police force from any corruption. — Marisol Montante | UNTV News & Rescue
A simple marital spat escalated into the brutal murder of six family members in San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija at early dawn on Friday.
The victims were identified as Abby Caballero, Jennifer Caballero, Leonila Caballero, Joshua Caballero, Serrio Caballero and Sonny Custodio.
Wounded survivor Analyn Caballero, 20, was rushed to Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center while two other surviving minors are currently under the custody of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Women’s Desk.
Based on the initial investigation of the authorities the suspect, identified as Jesse Tesoro, hacked to death his live-in partner, Jenifer Caballero, and five other victims at around 4:30 a.m.
According to their neighbors, the family has been renting the house for a month while working as farm laborers.
The authorities are looking into possible motives for the massacre while a manhunt operation for the suspect is underway. — UNTV News & Rescue
Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence Go, newly-installed Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Oscar Albayalde and outgoing PNP Director General Ronald dela Rosa strike President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s signature pose on the sidelines of the PNP Change of Command Ceremony at Camp BGen. Rafael Crame in Quezon City on April 19, 2018. RICHARD MADELO/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
MANILA, Philippines — Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa formally passed his post to National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde on Thursday.
The two police officers came from Philippine Military Academy Sinagtala Class of 1986.
Albayalde was chosen by President Rodrigo Duterte to be the next PNP chief after the end of Dela Rosa’s three-month term extension on Saturday.
The turnover ceremony was led by President Rodrigo Duterte and strict security was observed in Camp Aguinaldo.
The EDSA gate was closed and Task Force Disiplina police officers were deployed for security measures. — UNTV News & Rescue
by UNTV News | Posted on Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
Various unit of responders ready to react at the scene where a chemical leaked in Barangay Sasa, Davao City . Photo Courtesy: Task Force Davao / Annette Maligad
The Davao City police have launched a massive manhunt operation to capture the person behind a chemical gas leak in Sto. Niño Riverside, Barangay Sasa in Davao City.
Fifteen bottles filled with agricultural chemical were found buried in a shallow pit inside a private compound in the area. The chemical fumes caused at least 42 individuals, including children, to fall ill.
The Davao City police is now tracking the whereabouts of the suspect identified as Regil Daya a.k.a Duco.
The seized chemicals were brought to the local environmental bureau for proper disposal. — UNTV News & Rescue
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