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PNP reminds gunholders to secure LTOPF before applying for PTCFOR

THE Philippine National Police leadership yesterday reminded anew gun-holders to first secure a License to Own and Possess Firearms or LTOPF before applying for a Permit to Carry Firearms Outside of Residence of Place of Business. “No LTOPF, no PTCFOR,” said Senior Superintendent Ronald Oliver Lee, the official designated by…
  • Published in Nation

PNP beefs up mobility with latest deal that saved gov’t more than P93M

THE Philippine National Police is further beefing up its mobility with the latest contract it entered into with the Columbian Autocar Corporation which will save the government over P93 million, enough to place another order of at least 100 more units for use by 100 police stations across the country.…
  • Published in Nation

Purisima out

PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III yesterday said he had accepted the resignation of suspended Philippine National Police chief Director General Alan Purisima “effective immediately.” Aquino said it was difficult for him to let Purisima go especially in the prevailing circumstances surrounding the massacre of 44 PNP-Special Action Force members who have…

PNP Health Service continues quest for excellence

LACKING in manpower and resources but not on heart and dedication, officers and men of the Philippine National Police Health Service (PNPHS) continues their uphill battle to provide police and their dependents the quality medical service they need without getting money from their own pockets. “We’re making sure that we…
  • Published in Nation

Early retirement

IF the authorities want to enhance productivity and improve efficiency in government offices and agencies, then they should lower the retirement age of public servants as proposed by a member of the House of Representatives. At present, only the officers and men of the powerful Philippine National Police (PNP) and…
  • Published in Newsdesk

Former jeepney driver retires as top PNP spook

THE head of the Philippine National Police Directorate for Intelligence yesterday silently bowed out from the service paying tribute to his family, colleagues and friends who remembered how the son of a jeepney driver worked his way to become one of the country’s most respected police generals. “Today is my…
  • Published in Nation

PRO-Cor accepts PO1 applicants

CAMP Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet -- Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-COR) now accepts qualified, competent and determined applicants for PO1. This year’s projected quota for PO1 nationwide is 20,000 to beef up the PNP’s personnel strength. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The PNP will conduct two cycles of PO1 Recruitment Program…

4 La Union massacre suspects fall

FOUR suspects in a gun attack in Agoo, La Union, that left four persons, including a 3-year-old girl, dead have been arrested by agents of the Philippine National Police, a report to PNP officer-in-charge Deputy Director General Leonardo A. Espina said yesterday. Eduardo Gayo and his sons Noel, Demetrio and…

Small-time drug dealers ‘bribing’ arresting officers

WATCH out for this ‘unholy alliance’ between small-time drug offenders who have become notorious for bribing their arresting officers who in turn easily allow themselves to be bribed thinking that the cases they filed are too small to be noticed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Philippine National…
  • Published in Nation

Arresting criminals

EVERYDAY, law enforcement authorities capture dozens of criminals and other wanted persons, including illegal recruiters, in various parts of the country with the help of modern technology and a cooperative community. In the past, a few criminals may have managed to hoodwink arresting officers. But today, with dramatic advances of…
  • Published in Newsdesk
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