Taiwanese woman in skimpy outfit was the victim

October 12, 2019
It all started Thursday when the photo of the said 26-year-old Taiwanese made the rounds on social media. She supposedly caught the attention of some beachgoers due to the two-piecebathing suit she was wearing, which nearly exposed her most private parts. She was with her boyfriend, who was with her in the said photo and both are here as tourists.

Institution above self

October 12, 2019
BELEAGUERED PNP chief, General Oscar Albayalde’s decision to retire ahead of his 56th birthday this coming November 8 has earned him praises from his supporters and critics who have told me the move means our top cop really values the word ‘institution above self.’

P260-B swine industry

October 12, 2019
DESPITE the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in the country, the government is committed to protect the P260-billion swine industry and ensure the health and safety of pork-consuming public.

A great challenge

October 11, 2019
VARIOUS quarters concede that stopping the nefarious activities of sweet-talking illegal job recruiters and human traffickers, local and foreign, remains as one of the greatest challenges of the government.

Counting the ways PNP reformation is being conducted

October 10, 2019
DURING the time of former Philippine National Police chief, now Senator Ronald ‘Bato’ M. dela Rosa, the latter approved 23 measures aimed at seeing to it that the ‘reformation’ of errant police officers and men will be ensured by the PNP Disciplinary Team he created to go after rogues in uniform specifically those involved directly or indirectly with illegal drug trafficking and abuse and other criminal activities.

Lifestyle check

October 10, 2019
THE Philippine National Police (PNP) is open to a lifestyle check on its officers and men following allegations that there are cops involved in the recycling of confiscated illegal drugs.

See how powerful PNP Disciplinary Team countering rogues

October 09, 2019
IN the wake of the controversy generated by a 2013 incident in which the group of then Superintendent Rodney Baloyo was accused of pocketing some 200 kilograms of shabu worth P1 billion, presenting only 38 kilos of the drug to the press as an ‘accomplishment’ and allegedly getting P50 million from a drug lord whom they set free, see how the Philippine National Police leadership has moved to counter rogues in uniform.