Death rates drop under Oplan Double Double Barrel Reloaded

UNTV News   •   April 11, 2017   •   3204

MANILA, Philippines —The number of deaths in the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) anti-illegal drugs operations has declined a month after the launch of its Oplan Double Barrel Reloaded.

PNP’s data reveals more than 100 deaths in legitimate police operations as compared to over 700 casualties in the same duration during the implementation of Double Barrel Alpha One.

PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa explained that the lower number of drug-related casualties might be due to fewer drug suspects fighting back against arresting authorities.

The PNP has so far conducted almost 5,000 anti-drug operations, which it says, resulted in arrests of 7,000 drug suspects and surrender of 70,000 others. — UNTV News & Rescue

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PNP to closely monitor cemeteries, columbaria ahead of Undas – Eleazar

Robie de Guzman   •   October 23, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday said it will closely monitor cemeteries nationwide ahead of the observance of the Catholic community’s Undas.

In a statement, PNP chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar said he has directed police personnel to be prepared for the arrival of people in cemeteries, memorial parks, or columbaria during Undas on November 1 and 2.

Eleazar said they are expecting people to visit these areas before November to avoid crowds.

“Inaasahan natin ang maagang pagbisita ng ating mga kababayan sa kanilang mga pumanaw na mahal sa buhay. Inatasan ko ang ating kapulisan na maging alerto at siguraduhing nasusunod ang ating minimum health standards,” he said.

“Dapat matiyak na walang mangyayaring super spreader event sa mga sementeryo,” he added.

The PNP chief’s directive comes after the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases ordered for the closure of cemeteries from October 29 to November 2.

Eleazar also reminded the public to strictly abide by health and safety protocols to prevent further transmission of COVID-19.

Narco politicians, muling binalaan ng PNP kasunod ng pag-aresto sa  isang kandidato sa Cotabato

Maris Federez   •   October 22, 2021

 

MANILA, Philippines — Muling nagbabala ang pamunuan ng Philippine National Police (PNP) sa mga pulitiko na nakikipagsabwatan sa mga sindikato ng iligal na droga sa bansa.

Ito’y kasunod ng pagkakaaresto sa mayoral candidate na si Tom Nandang, alyas Datukon Nandang, na tumatakbong alkalde sa Kabuntalan, Maguindanao.

Nakuha kay Nandang ang nasa 5-milyong pisong halaga ng shabu at isang .45 caliber pistol.

Si Nandang ay kasalukuyang nasa kustodiya ng Philippne Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) habang inihahanda ang kasong isasampa laban sa kanya.

Ayon kay PNP chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar, hindi titigil ang pulisya sa pagtugis sa mga politiko na may kaugnayan sa iligal na droga.

“I am reiterating my warning against political aspirants with connections to criminal groups, you will be arrested. The PNP will stop you from using your guns and goons to try to steal the elections from our kababayan,” ani Eleazar. —/mbmf

Publiko, binalaan vs investment scheme sa social media

Robie de Guzman   •   October 22, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Pinag-iingat ng Philippine National Police (PNP) ang publiko laban sa investment schemes na kumakalat ngayon sa social media.

Sa panayam sa programang Get it Straight with Daniel, sinabi ni PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group (ACG) spokesperson Police Captain Mark Nobre may mga natatanggap silang reklamo ukol sa online investment scam at marami sa mga nabibiktima nito ay overseas Filipinos workers.

Ngayong taon, umaabot na sa 1,544 ang kaso ng online scams na kanilang naitala.

Pakiusap ng PNP-ACG sa publiko na agad isumbong sa kanilang tanggapan ang anumang uri ng investment schemes na nakikita nila sa social media sa pamamagitan ng pagpapadala ng mensahe sa kanilang Facebook page.

“Karamihan din po ng mga kababayan natin, mayroon din po kaming actually natatanggap na information pagdating sa ganiyan, and nakatutulong po ito sa aming mga investigation and sa case build up,” ani Nobre.

“Malaking tulong po yun na kahit ayaw ninyo pong mag-complaint, malaking tulong pong magsend po kayo ng message sa inbox namin and magbigay po kayo ng information dun,” dagdag pa niya.

Kung nabiktima naman ng online scams o cybercrimes, maaaring magreklamo sa pamamagitan ng email e-sumbong@pnp.gov.ph o cellphone number 0916-829-8083.

Kailangang magsadya sa tanggapan ng PNP-ACG upang ismute ang mga ebidensya tulad ng resibo o patunay na nagbigay ng pera gayundin ang sinumpaang salaysay. – RRD (mula sa ulat ni Correspondent Rosalie Coz)

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