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NCRPO chief relieves 3 officers due to negligence

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

(Left-Right) Caloocan Chief of Police PSSupt. Jemar Modequillo, Quezon City Police District Station 10 Commander PSupt. Christian dela Cruz and Manila Police District Station 11 Commander PSupt. Amante Daro

MANILA, Philippines — National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief PDir. Oscar Albayalde said Caloocan chief of police PSSupt. Jemar Modequillo and Manila Police District (MPD) Station 11 commander PSupt. Amante Daro have both failed to report separate shooting incidents in their areas of responsibility.

Albayalde said his office only learned about the two incidents when they saw a news report on TV.

“There’s a directive that you have to text immediately kahit na (even if its just a) sketchy report lang. You have to report that incident in less than 24 hours actually,” said the police director.

The station commander of Quezon City Police (QCPD) Station 10, on the other hand, was relieved because of the untidy condition of the station, which PNP chief PDG. Ronald dela Rosa had personally seen. — UNTV News & Rescue

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Police rules out politics behind Gen. Tinio Mayor Bote’s slay, tracks suspects

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Mayor Ferdinand Bote (photo courtesy of Mabuhay Papaya FB account)

QUEZON CITY, Philippines – Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde is confident that the case on the killing of General Tinio, Nueva Ecija Mayor Ferdinand Bote will soon come to a close.

Albayalde said they already have a lead on the whereabouts of the suspects.

“Itong linggo na ito pag na-develop namin na nasa amin na ang physical evidence… (Pag-arrest ng person?) Yes. (That’s) possible and we have persons of interest already,” said the PNP Chief.

The PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) ruled out politics as the motive behind Bote’s assassination.

CIDG Director Roel Obusan, however, refused to disclose further details so as not to compromise their operation. – Lea Ylagan / Marje Pelayo

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LGU officials ask protection following Halili, Bote slay

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Thursday, July 5th, 2018

CCTV videos that captured the assassinations of Mayor Antonio Halili (left) and Mayor Ferdinand Bote (right). (Image of Mayor Halili courtesy of City Information Office, Tanauan. Image used for Mayor Bote courtesy of NIA)


MANILA, Philippines – The Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines met with Interior Secretary Eduardo Año and Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Oscar Albayalde on Wednesday (July 4) to air their concerns over the consecutive murders of Mayors Antonio Halili and Ferdinand Bote.

Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque said the local executives appealed to authorities to provide protection to mayors and other local officials in Mindanao who were banned from carrying firearms under the existing martial law.

The local officials also asked for their participation in the vetting of names to be included in the narcolist.

“Kasi sila alam nila kung sino ang mga involved sa kanilang mga lugar at yan naman po ay pag-aaralan, ang alam natin ngayon ay nagkakaroon  na ng central data base  and pdea will take the lead in the central data base for narcolist or narco politics,” Roque explained .

Tanauan City Mayor Antonio Halili was assassinated on Monday (July 2) during the flag raising ceremony while General Tinio, Nueva Ecija Mayor Ferdinand Bote was shot the following day Tuesday (July 3) at the gate of National Irrigation Administration (NIA) building in Cabanatuan City. Both mayors were declared on arrival at hospitals after the fatal shootings. Suspects in both crimes remain unidentified. — Marje Pelayo


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NCRPO opens hotline against scalawags in uniform

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Saturday, June 30th, 2018


LAGUNA, Philippines – The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) launched on Friday (June 29) a hotline where the public may report cases of abuse and illegal activities of policemen.

The hotline numbers are 0915 888 8181 for Globe subscribers and 0999 901 8181 for Smart subscribers.

Aside from texts and calls, the public may also send actual pictures and videos to support their complaints through the said hotline numbers.

NCRPO Director PCSupt. Guillermo Eleazar said that with the use of technology they will be able to immediately respond to incidents especially if those involved are erring cops.

“Kung iko-comapare naten nangyare sa Manila kahapon, itong entrapment operation kung hindi nagreport itong asawa ng isa sa biktima nila at hindi nakarating sa amin, no way that we can act on this kaya it needs community participation,” explained Eleazar.

Eleazar encourages the public to be vigilant and not be afraid to report any illegal activity as the PNP ensures the informant’s protection.

PNP Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde commended the NCRPO’s initiative saying he is confident that such measure will be a big help towards arrest of scalawags in uniform. – Sherwin Culubong / Marje Pelayo

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