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More than 200 drug surrenderers graduate from PNP’s rehab program

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Monday, September 25th, 2017

BATANGAS, Philippines — More 200 drug surrenderers who graduated from the SIPAG program of the Philippine National Police (PNP) have marched in Tanauan, Batangas.

At least 204 individuals from the three barangays of Tanauan City, Batangas who were former drug dependents are now looking forward to a new life.

They are among the first batch of surrenderers who have completed the three-month rehabilitation and reformation program in the province.

The moral recovery and spiritual renewal, in particular, have been the focus of the program for their continuous reformation.

Alongside this, they were also given a certificate of clearance so that they can be removed from the drug list of the PNP.

TESDA is also willing to provide them training so that they can find jobs and be useful citizens of the community. — UNTV News & Rescue

 

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Full rehabilitation efforts soon to begin after approval of one-year martial law extension

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Thursday, December 14th, 2017

MANILA, Philippines — Rehabilitation efforts in Marawi City will be fast-tracked, now that the extension of the implementation of martial law has been approved on Wednesday.

Martial law administrator and Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said their original recommendation for the extension was six months.

That is why they are delighted now that the one-year extension has been approved for them to put an end to terrorism in Mindanao.

Even AFP Spokesperson Marine Colonel Edgard Arevalo vows to perform their mandate to end the rebellion prevailing in the southern part of the country.

The PNP, meanwhile, is ready to support the military in implementing the martial rule in the region, which is extended until the 31st of December 2018.

“We will support the military since it’s martial law, the role of PNP is to support the military in the implementation of martial law,” PNP Chief General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said. — UNTV News

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Authorities rescues 19 women, minors in a restobar in Caloocan

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017


MANILA, Philippines – Operatives of the Philippine National Police Women and Children Protection Center raided a restobar along 8th Avenue in Caloocan City, Monday night.

The operation targeted 2 suspected procurers identified as Teody Gutierrez alias Agatha and an unidentified woman who allegedly pimped girls.

During the raid at the restobar, operatives rescued 19 women including 11 minors who were supposed to be pimped to male customers that night.

Some of them were tearful during the rescue.

Authorities arrested alias Agatha who failed to escape after she was cornered. However the other suspect managed to flee.

According to Police Senior Supt. Villamor Tuliao, the Chief of the PNP Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division, the restobar had long been under surveillance after receiving complaints about the illegal activities by the suspects.

“Usually, they would offer via Facebook or other platforms on social media while others are through personal contacts that they have these women and these are the ages ranging from… actually the youngest we rescued is aged 14-yrs old,” WCPC Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division chief, PS/Supt. Villamor Tuliao said.

He added that the meeting for the trafficking of the women was supposed to take place at a diner, but the underage girls were being brought to hotels for sex.

The clients pay P4,000 to P5,000 for the services of the minors.

Tuliao reminded parents, “Warning to parents: properly monitor your children.”

The rescued women will be brought to Camp Crame for documentation. Afterwards, they will be turned over to the social workers of the Department Social Welfare and Development.

Alias Agatha, meanwhile, will face charges for violating the Anti- Trafficking in Person Act. – Mai Bermudez | UNTV News & Rescue

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PSSupt. Ferro calls on public to give PNP Drug Enforcement Group another chance

by UNTV   |   Posted on Monday, December 11th, 2017

MANILA, Philippines — Police Senior Superintendent Albert Ferro said he did not anticipate his designation as the chief of the anti-drug unit of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

It can be recalled that then PNP anti-illegal drugs group was abolished after the abduction and killing of Korean national Jee Ick Joo, which involved some of Ferro’s men.

The new PNP anti-drug unit head thanked the leadership of the PNP for trusting him anew.

He vowed to fix their system so that scalawag policemen can no longer infiltrate the PNP Drug Enforcement Group (PNP-DEG).

“I do subscribe to what we call 6WS what went well, what went wrong. We have to examine and come up with a good safeguard. Come up with a good reform. Or come up with a good inventory of our good practices, tactics. I will anchor it with the two types of principles,” said the PNP-DEG director.

Ferro called on the public to give them another chance to prove their dedication to their job.

According to the police official, one proof of their sincerity in their effort to resolve the Jee Ick Joo case, where PSupt. Rafael Dumlao was allegedly involved.

“I want to inform you that I was part of the efforts to resolve that case. We did not hide the truth because the President ordered to tell the truth,” said Ferro.

Ferro also urged the public to help the PNP fight illegal drugs.

“We will raise our standards with most caution to everything we will do. This is a fight of not just cops, but of all Filipinos,” said the director.

The new head of the PNP-DEG warned anew the police unit’s personnel planning to commit anomalies.

Ferro also noted that his men will use body cameras in all their operations to provide transparency to the public.

The PNP-DEG concentrates on neutralizing high-value targets and in reducing the supply of illegal drugs. — Lea Ylagan | UNTV News & Rescue

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