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NCR crime rate reduced by 60% owing to anti-drug war : NCRPO

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

A suspected drug pusher lies lifeless on the ground after being gunned down during a drug raid.

 

National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief P/Dir. Oscar Albayalde said in an interview on the program “Get It Straight with Daniel Razon,” that the Filipino people should not worry over reported extra judicial killings in the country.

“Gusto nating sabihin sa ating mga kababayan, lately merong SWS na natatakot daw sila. Well, sa atin naman po siguro kung wala naman tayong ginagawang kasalanan or wala tayong ginagawang labag sa batas, whatsoever, wala siguro tayong dapat ikatakot,” Albayalde said.

This, amid the Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey that 78% of the respondents expressed fear of becoming a victim of EJK.

According to the PNP general, the Duterte administration’s campaign against illegal drugs prompted the decrease in NCR’s crime rate.

“Our crime rate particularly crime against properties like robbery, theft, most especially the carnapping, have lessened by almost 60%. This is the result of our campaign against illegal drugs,” he said.

The carnapping case had the biggest decline according to Gen. Albayalde.

Meanwhile, the NCRPO chief refuted that they have a “quota” scheme in their operations against illegal drugs.

“In fairness to our President, to our PNP chief, they never required any quota from us. I’m speaking for myself. When I was assigned to the NCRPO, our PNP chief has never ordered us to kill a particular number [of suspects] to meet a quota.”

To date, the general said, they are pursuing the modernization of the PNP. This includes procurement of new equipment and technology for their intelligence gathering that may help the government’s war on drugs. — Nel Maribojoc | UNTV News & Rescue

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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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Duterte requests Congress to extend on-going martial law for one more year

by Joniel Monton   |   Posted on Monday, December 11th, 2017


President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in his speech during the Anti-Corruption Summit 2017: ‘Breaking Chains of Corruption 2017’ at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City on November 28, 2017. RUJI ABAT/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) submitted last week a recommendation to President Rodrigo Duterte regarding the martial law in Mindanao.

Both agencies favor the extension of martial law in the region instead of lifting it on its scheduled term before the end of the year.

Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea has confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte will request the Congress to extend the on-going martial law for one more year.

Based on the text message of Sec. Medialdea, the letter has already been signed by the Chief Executive pending submission to Congress.

The AFP initially stated that there is still a need for martial law in Mindanao because of reports regarding remaining Maute members, Abu Sayyaf and other terrorist groups merging together.

“Those who survived that siege still remain at large and are attempting to recover by recruiting other members of the society,” said AFP spokesperson Brigadier General Restituto Padilla.

Another reason cited for the extension is the on-going violent attacks by members of the New People’s Army (NPA).

“There was a 2,000% increase in the amount on the effect of the violent incidents on business alone,” said Padilla.

The opposition of the administration expressed their disapproval and said that the martial rule extension would only hinder the Marawi residents from returning to their homes. — Rosalie Coz | UNTV News & Rescue

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