UNTV conducts leadership enhancement seminar for PNP officers

admin   •   February 7, 2017   •   4683

PHILIPPINES — PNP Training Service Director Police Chief Superintendent John Sosito is delighted with the all-out support of Kuya Daniel Razon to the advocacies of Chief PNP Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa.

UNTV has partnered with the Philippine National Police in holding a two-day enhancement seminar in Morong Star Beach Resort and Hotel in Bataan.

The event aims at improving the leadership skills of the police officers for better public service.

“Ito’y sponsor ng UNTV kaya kami nagpapasalamat. This is in consonance with the project of our chief PNP, the PNP leadership to go back to the basic regarding leadership of their law enforcers, plus the review on police operational procedures,” PNPTS Director PCSupt. John Q. Sosito said.

(UNTV sponsored our food and accommodation that’s why we are thankful. This is in consonance with the project of our chief PNP, the PNP leadership to go back to the basic regarding leadership of their law enforcers, plus the review on police operational procedures.)

Police Senior Inspector Juneil Perez from Cagayan Valley is one of the 50 police officers from Region 1, 2 and 3 who participated in the training. He says he has learned much from the event making his 14-hour travel to the venue worth it.

“Gagamitin din namin ito sa pag-uwi namin sa aming probinsya. Irere-echo din namin sa aming mga tao para sa ganon continuous yung learning natin.”

(We will also use this when we return to our province. We will teach what we have learned to our personnel so that there will be continuous learning.)

Atty. Emilie Delos Santos, a city prosecutor, explains the importance of the role of the police. She says how law enforcement and prosecution go hand in hand to attain justice.

“Kung anung ebidensya ang ipapasok ng pulis sa isang kaso na criminal case, yun ang gagamitin naming sa pagsasampa ng habla sa husgado at kung gaano kaganda ang ebidensya, makakuha kami ng conviction kung mahina ang ebidensiya, sa amin pa lang sasabihin namin walang probable cause.”

(Whatever evidence the police presents in a criminal case, that is what we will use in pressing charges before the court and however good the evidence is. We can get conviction if the evidence is weak. On our part, we can say whether there is no probable cause.)

For General Sosito, moral enhancement is important for the police to stay focused on their sworn duties to the nation.

“Sa law enforcers, ang isa sa pinaka-biblia namin ay ang law on criminal procedures plus rules on evidence so we really want to get a lecturer that is really well-verse of the subject matter base from the experience para matuto at magkapaliwanagan to strengthen, lalong maging magaling kapulisan natin.”

(Among the bibles of the law enforcers are the law on criminal procedures plus rules on evidence so we really want to get a lecturer that is really well-versed in the subject matter based from the experience so our police will learn and be enlightened, strengthened and improved.)

UNTV will continue to support the PNP to conduct this kind of enhancement seminar in the provinces of Aklan, Cebu, and General Santos City. — Bryan Evangelista | UNTV News & Rescue

Facebook removes fake accounts allegedly linked to PH military, police

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 23, 2020

Facebook has removed over hundreds of fake accounts for engaging in “coordinated inauthentic behavior.”

In a statement, the social media giant said it removed 155 accounts; 11 Pages; 9 Groups and 6 Instagram accounts. These networks reportedly originated in China. It also removed 57 Facebook accounts; 31 Pages and 20 Instagram accounts where its networks originated in the Philippines and focused on domestic audiences.

Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook’s head of security policy, said these accounts and pages posted about local news and events including domestic politics, military activities against terrorism, pending anti-terrorism bill, criticism of communism, youth activists and opposition, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP)and its military wing the New People’s Army (NPA), and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP). 

“Although the people behind this activity attempted to conceal their identities, our investigation found links to Philippine military and Philippine police,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Armed Forces of the Philippines on Wednesday (September 23) clarified that none of their maintained accounts were shutdown but is still looking into Facebook’s report.

“There are no accounts that the AFP maintain that were shutdown or removed by Facebook. All of them are up and running. The AFP upholds truth and accountability of network and SocMed account managers as to the contents of postings in our websites, pages, and accounts,” their statement reads. AAC

PNP conducts surprise inspection against cops using recovered, carnapped vehicles

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 22, 2020

Following the directive of PNP Chief PGen. Camilo Cascolan, the Philippine National Police (PNP) conducted a surprise inspection at Camp Crame on Tuesday morning (September 22) to pursue cops who use unregistered, impounded, recovered, and carnapped cars.

The PNP-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) conducted the inspection as part of PNP’s internal cleansing program. PNP-HPG Director Police Brigadier General Eliseo Cruz said they inspect the vehicle’s certificate of registration and its engine and chassis number.

“Siguraduhin na walang sino man sa kapulisan ang gumagamit ng mga recovered, alarmed or stolen vehicle at ito’y isang paraan na sitahin sila habang nandito sa loob ng kampo, (We will make sure no cop will use recovered, alarmed or stolen vehicle and this is a way to apprehend them while they’re still inside the camp),” he said.

Cruz also reiterated that all carnapped vehicles recovered during operations should be turned over to the PNP-HPG within 24 hours as part of the standard operating procedure (SOP).

Meanwhile, the camp lockdown will also be implemented in all PNP camps nationwide. AAC (with reports from Lea Ylagan)


Police units join pursuit against Maguindanao bombers

Maris Federez   •   September 19, 2020

Map of Maguindanao

MANILA, Philippines — Police special fighters backed by light armor units have joined the pursuit operations against the suspects behind a roadside bombing in Maguindanao on Friday night (September 18).

According to a statement sent by the Philippine National Police (PNP) to the media on Saturday, the bombing resulted in the death of a Marine personnel and the wounding of four other military men.

The report said that personnel of the Maguindanao Police Provincial Office, the 2nd Provincial Mobile Force Company, the 404th Special Action Company, and the Light Armor Unit of the PNP-SAF were first to respond to the scene of explosion at 7:50 PM on Friday along the provincial road near the Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) in Shariff Aguak.

Police post-blast investigators have likewise sifted through the debris around the seat of explosion of the suspected improvised explosive device (IED).

The report also said that PNP Chief, PGen. Camilo Pancratrius P Cascolan, was informed of the incident thru the PNP Command Center.

Cascolan then immediately alerted newly-installed PRO-BAR Regional Director, PBGen. Samuel Rodriguez to mobilize maneuver units for tactical operations against the suspects.

The personnel of the Philippine Marines on board a troop carrier were reportedly coming from a military operation against BIFF elements in Barangay Salman when the bombing happened.

They were immediately rushed to the nearby IPHO by the responding PNP personnel. — /mbmf


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