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QC gov’t donates 50 patrol cars, 800 bulletproof vests to QC Police District

by admin   |   Posted on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

The Quezon City government has donated 50 patrol cars and 800 bulletproof vests to the Quezon City Police District (QCPD).

“I requested first for an inventory of malfunctioning cars so we could replace it,” said Mayor Bautista

Mayor Herbert Bautista led the turnover of 50 patrol cars by the Quezon City government at Camp Karingal.

The donation is the local government’s expression of support for the government’s effort to suppress crimes.

Meanwhile, the Quezon City government also vows to donate 500 9mm Glock pistols, and 150 tricycles for police patrol.

Likewise, the local government also plans to install CCTV cameras at all police stations in the city.

PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa, meanwhile, expressed his gratitude to QC officials for the donation. He says he hopes other local government units will also duplicate their initiative.

Dela Rosa also calls on QC cops to properly use the vehicles and ensure that it will be used only for maintaining peace and order in the city.

“I don’t want to see these cars being parked at questionable places like gambling sites where some cops use it for collecting fees,” he said. – Grace Casin | UNTV News and Rescue

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QC Police conducts bomb explosion drill for long holiday preparations

by UNTV News   |   Posted on Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

Members of the City Police District (QPD) during a bomb explosion drill

The Quezon City Police District (QPD) conducted a bomb explosion drill on Tuesday (April 9).

Authorities showed the necessary actions to be taken in case there is an explosion in the area.

The police immediately put a barricade tape around the area and removed the crowd while the rescue teams responded to the victims of the explosion.

A member of the bomb squad approached another suspicious item that might also contain another bomb.

According to QPD District Director P/Bgen. Joselito Esquivel Jr., they will also conduct inspections in terminals.

“I think bukas o makalawa magko-conduct naman kami ng aming inspections sa mga terminal. Ito rin iyong may pinakamalaking terminal. Mayroon na rin kaming security plan para sa ano and I think we’ll have a press briefing on Monday, ‘yung preparation naman namin sa semana santa, (I think tomorrow, we will conduct inspections at some of the largest terminals. We already have a security plan for the long holiday)” he said.

Authorities remind passengers not to bring any firearms or deadly weapons especially when the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has imposed a gun ban due to the midterm elections.

For any complaints or emergencies, concerned individuals can contact the PNP or other government agencies.


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Meanwhile, based on the data of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) around 200 bus companies were given special permits for the long holiday. This is equal to almost 500 provincial buses.

The special permits will be available from April 14 to 22.—Aileen Cerrudo (with reports from Asher Cadapan Jr.)

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GIS EXCLUSIVE: Ret. Gen. Ronald dela Rosa eyes measures to maintain law and order if elected

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2019

Retired General Ronald dela Rosa (R) on the program Get It Straight with Daniel Razon

QUEZON CITY, Philippines – Retired General Ronald dela Rosa admits that law and order remains his top priority even as a private individual.

Now that he is trying his luck in re-entering government service, the former chief of the Philippine National Police said he wants to propose measures that will maintain law and order in the country as this is one way of boosting the country’s economy and improving the lives of Filipinos.

“Mag-concentrate ako dito sa aking cup of tea, na law and order kasi alam natin, economy will follow. Pag maganda ang peace and order ng isang bansa, susunod ang investment,” Dela Rosa said in an interview with the program Get It Straight with Daniel Razon on Monday (February 11).

As the former top law enforcer in the country, Dela Rosa said he is in favor of lowering the criminal age of responsibility from 15 to 12 years old. However, he suggests that the government should provide more rehabilitation facilities for juvenile delinquents.

“Magkakaroon ng foreign investment, local investors. Magi-invest sila ng pera dahil confident sila. Kung may investment, may employment. Kapag may employment, may income ang tao. Kapag may income, may makakain sa kani-kaniyang pamamahay so gaganda ang buhay ng tao pag may laman ang tiyan,” he added.

To further intensify national security, he will propose the registration of subscriber identification module (SIM) cards and regulate its distribution as a way to counter terrorism.

He also promised to campaign against loose firearms across the country.

Meanwhile, Gen. Bato said he feels sorry for the deaths caused by the government’s war on drugs under his leadership of the PNP.

Nevertheless, he feels relieved every time there are people who thank him for the reform and improvements since the launch of the Duterte administration’s campaign against illegal drugs.

“May lalapit sa iyo at yayakap: ‘Sir, maraming salamat sa ginagawa ninyo. Malaki na po pagkakaiba ngayon. Noon po takot na takot kami. Ngayon hindi na po kami takot, baligtad na. Noon, nagtatago kami sa loob ng bahay, ayaw naming lumabas sa kalsada. Ngayon baligtad na, kami na nasa kalsada. Ang mga addict na ang nagtatago sa bahay dahil baka makita ng pulis,’ ” he said of the people who approach him to recognize his accomplishments.

“Very fulfilling. Napalapit ko, (ang) pulis sa taumbayan,” he concluded happily. – Marje Pelayo (with reports from Rosalie Coz)

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Police neutralize 3 suspects in QC gun trade

by UNTV News and Rescue   |   Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2018

A body of a suspect after a gunfight broke out in Barangay Bago Bantay, Quezon City 

QUEZON CITY, Philippines – A gunfight broke out after three suspects in a gun trade resisted arrest in Barangay Bago Bantay, Quezon City on Thursday (October 11).

One of them was identified as alias Turo. Two of his cohorts are still being known.

According to Quezon City Police District Director Chief Superintendent Joselito Esquivel Jr., a tipster informed them of a large scale gun running activity in the area.

An agent of the QC District Special Operations Unit posed as buyer with whom alias Turo transacted a shotgun for P10,000.

One of the suspects sensed the entrapment and immediately pulled a gun.

The police were compelled to retaliate resulting in the death of the three.

“Pagpasok ko, to effect arrest sir para maaresto sana sir, nagulat ako nung bigla na lang akong pinutukan ng dalawang beses. Buti na lang nakabunot din ako tapos sumabay na lang ako ng putok. Buti na lang may gamit kaming bullet vest,” said PO3 Roniel Abuyog, the operating unit’s team leader.

Seized from the suspects were three shotguns and three .45 caliber pistols.

Esquivel said the PNP is now on intensified operations against loose firearms in view of the coming elections.

“Ito ay ginagawa natin dahil nga malapit na ‘yung ating eleksyon. Pinapaigting natin ang ating operation lalo na sa recovery ng loose firearm para hindi magamit sa eleksyon,” he said. – Marje Pelayo (with reports from Asher Cadapan Jr.)

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