PNP, NCRPO, on full alert as schools open for 2.6 million students on June 13

admin   •   June 8, 2016   •   3960

PNP personnel stand guard in front of Batasan Hills National High School  in Quezon City. (UNTV NEWS)

PNP personnel stand guard in front of Batasan Hills National High School in Quezon City.
(UNTV NEWS)

A total of 18,000 policemen of the National Capital Region Police office (NCRPO) will be deployed on Monday to provide security in the opening of classes.

NCRPO Public Information Office Chief P/CInsp. Kimberly Molitas says they are expecting some 2.6 million students going to school on June 13 so they have raised their status to full alert.

“We have 18,000 policemen in the National Capital Region and all of them are in full alert for our student’s first day of classes,” Molitas said.

PNP will prioritize security around schools and they will install police assistance desk in bus terminals, public areas and around university belt.

“We are not limiting the task to the police but we will tap the service of local government units to man the desks,” Molitas added.

Personnel of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will also help in managing the traffic while the office of the civil defense will assist in cases of typhoon and heavy downpours.

“We anticipate that the weather would be unlikely on the opening of classes so we are planning the operation of OCD and the MMDA as well as our troops as to which aspect each one could help,” Molitas said.

NCRPO is asking the students not to fight back should they be victimized by lawless elements. Instead, remember the face of the attacker and report it to the police right away.

(LEA YLAGAN/UNTV NEWS)

Makati City Prosecutor’s Office begins prelim probe on Christine Dacera case

Robie de Guzman   •   January 13, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Makati City Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday started its preliminary investigation into the complaint lodged against 11 individuals over the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera.

The respondents are facing a complaint for rape with homicide. They were identified as among the individuals who were with Dacera hours before she died on January 1, following a night of partying with friends.

In a press statement, the Makati City Prosecutor’s Office said 7 out of 11 respondents and their legal counsels attended Wednesday’s hearing.

Five of them submitted their counter-affidavit.

The office also said that the Philippine National Police (PNP) has submitted a supplemental complaint but manifested that it is still awaiting results of the DNA analysis, histopath examination, and laboratory results from Makati Medical Center

“Hence, they moved for the resetting of the preliminary investigation,” it said.

Dacera was found in the bathtub of a hotel room in Makati where she attended a party with some friends on December 31, 2020.

Three of the respondents were detained by police but was ordered released by the City Prosecutor’s Office after it referred the case for further investigation to allow both the complainant and the respondents to submit more evidence.

The next hearing is scheduled on January 27.

Zamboanga drug enforcement chief faces raps over positive drug test

Aileen Cerrudo   •   January 13, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The drug enforcement chief of Zamboanga City Police Office has been relieved from his post after testing positive for narcotics.

PNP Chief Police General Debold Sinas in a statement said that Police Major Jivertson Pelovello has been reassigned to the Regional Personnel Holding and Accounting Section of Police Regional Office 9 while undergoing pre-charge investigation and summary dismissal proceedings.

Western Mindanao PNP Regional Director, Police Brigadier General Ronaldo Genaro Ylagan reported that Pelovello has been disarmed of his issued firearms and slapped with corresponding administrative charges.

The PNP Chief reiterated that members of the national police who are using illegal drugs do not deserve to stay in service and should immediately be dismissed.

Pelovello is among the 60 police personnel in Zamboanga City that tested positive for illegal drugs.

DOJ issues hold departure order vs nine cops in Jolo shooting

Aileen Cerrudo   •   January 12, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Justice (DOJ) has issued a hold departure order against the nine policemen involved in the shooting of four army personnel in Jolo, Sulu.

In a statement, DOJ Secretary Menardo Guevarra has ordered prosecutors to file a motion in the court for a hold departure order against the policemen accused of killing the four army personnel in Jolo, Sulu last June 2020.

The order was issued after the Philippine National Police (PNP) released the said cops after being dismissed from service.

“The DOJ prosecutors filed the criminal information against the 9 police officers last January 4. The court was supposed to issue the warrants of arrest thereafter, but apparently failed to do so because of the current lockdown in Sulu,” he said.

Guevarra, meanwhile, hopes the accused would voluntarily turn themselves in once the warrants are issued.

“We hope that the 9 accused will voluntarily turn themselves in when such warrants are eventually released by the court. Otherwise, law enforcement agents will look for them and take them into custody,” Guevarra said. -AAC (with reports from Dante Amento)

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