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PHILIPPINE National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa said “Oplan Tokhang” may start next week. In a television interview, de la Rosa said the oversight committee was polishing the guidelines for the operation involving policemen knocking on an alleged drug user’s door and pleading with him to surrender…

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Does “Barangay Captain Bato” ring better than “Senator Bato”? In an interview over CNN Philippines, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa on Friday admitted that he prefers to run for a local position rather than a national one. De la Rosa was speculated to be planning…

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Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa has rejected the idea of replacing the term tokhang in their anti-drug operation despite its negative connotation. The Cebuano term, which was derived from tokhang-hangyo, means knocking on an alleged drug user’s door and plead to them to surrender to…

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With the approval of Joint Resolution 01 that increases the salary of policemen and soldiers, Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Ronald de la Rosa says he is now the richest policeman in the Philippines. The police director general will now get a monthly base pay of P121,143.00, a 79 percent…

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“OPLAN Tokhang,” the police campaign against illegal drugs, may make a comeback but it will be “less bloody,” National Capital Region Police Officer (NCRPO) Chief Oscar Albayalde said on Thursday. “I think the Chief PNP (Philippine National Police) [Ronald de la Rosa] is keen on bringing it back dahil dito…

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An estimated 76,000 policemen are set to get a 100-percent hike in monthly base pay after President Rodrigo Duterte signed Joint Resolution 01 increasing the salaries of military and uniformed personnel. The lowest-ranking policeman, Police Officer 1 (PO1), will now have a monthly base pay of P28,688, double the previous…

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At least 158 policemen in the National Capital Region were sacked last year for various offenses, Metro Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde said. “Ito yung mga madalas naiinvolve sa kidnapping, extortion, mga nag-AWOL (Absence Without Official Leave), at grave misconduct (These were involved in kidnapping, extortion, went AWOL or committed…

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Former Armed Forces chief Eduardo Año assumed his post as officer-in-charge of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) on Tuesday as his predecessor Catalino Cuy left the department to take his new post as Dangerous Drugs Board chairman. Cuy thanked the employees for their help and cooperation.…

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the dismissal from service of at least 67 policemen for various offenses, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald de la Rosa said on Monday. He said some of these offenses involved use of illegal drugs, neglect of duty, absence without official leave (AWOL) and grave misconduct.…

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The Department of Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) newly-appointed officer-in-charge (OIC) Eduardo Año pledged to spur changes in the department’s programs. In a statement released on January 6, the retired Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief expressed a “strong desire” to impose changes as the new OIC of the…

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