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PNP needs more patrol officers, eyes college undergrads

THE Philippine National Police has renewed its call on Congress to pass a law that will allow the entry of college undergraduates or those with at least 72 collegiate units into the force amid its effort to beef-up its manpower strength needed to further step-up patrolling in the streets to…
  • Published in Nation

PNP releases more safety reminders for women

HERE are more Philippine National Police safety reminders that can help women fend off armed attacks and sexual assaults in the country while inside the confines of their homes or traveling in the streets. PNP chief, Director General Ricardo C. Marquez said the safety tips are part of the PNP’s…
  • Published in Nation

PNP to taxi riders: Shoot plate, body numbers of taxis with your cellphones

IN the wake of a number of incidents involving women being attacked by criminals posing as taxi drivers, the Philippine National Police yesterday reiterated its call to cab-riding Filipinos to use their cell phone cameras to help thwart crimes. The idea is simple: taxi riders especially women can simply snap…
  • Published in Nation

Marquez won’t let over 4,000 gun ban violators sleep well

PHILIPPINE National Police chief, Director General Ricardo C. Marquez is making sure that the more than 4,000 gun ban violators arrested by the police across the country since January 10 would be prosecuted and have sleepless nights in jail. With the presidential and national elections over last Monday, the PNP…
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Candidates, supporters urged to remain calm

NOTING a nationwide generally peaceful election on Monday, Philippine National Police chief Director General Ricardo C. Marquez yesterday called on all candidates and their supporters to remain calm and respect the voice of the people. “The Philippine National Police has noted a relatively peaceful situation prevailing nationwide and I am…

Gun ban violators’ weapons undergo ballistics examination

PHILIPPINE National Police chief Director General Ricardo C. Marquez yesterday said firearms recovered from more than 4,000 gunban violators since last January 10 have been subjected to ballistics examination to determine if they could have been used in the commission of previous crimes on the streets. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||…

10-year jail term awaits erring gun evidence custodians -- PNP

A PENALTY of up to 10 years in prison awaits any court or police evidence custodian who will cause the disappearance of weapons recovered in police operations including the ongoing enforcement of the nationwide gun ban submitted under his /her custody, officials warned yesterday. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The…
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PNP taps barangays in conduct of Oplan: Lambat-Sibat vs drugs

PHILIPPINE National Police chief Director General Ricardo C. Marquez yesterday said he wants all PNP units led by the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force to intensify their conduct of their own Oplan: Lambat-Sibat against known drug traffickers in the country with the all-out support of nearly 42,000 barangays…
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Marquez orders nationwide implementation of PNP Oplan: Lambat-Sibat

THE Philippine National Police Oplan: Lambat-Sibat will now be enforced nationwide after its success was proven in Metro Manila, Central Luzon and Calabarzon region, PNP chief Director General Ricardo C. Marquez has declared. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The top cop made the announcement as he led the launching of…
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PNP to support President Rody’s massive anti-crime crackdown pledge

THE Philippine National Police leadership has expressed its commitment to fully support incoming President Rodrigo Duterte’s pledge to launch a massive anti-crime crackdown particularly against drug trafficking and rogues in government when he takes his oath of office on June 30. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); PNP chief, Director General…
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