Showing posts with label PNP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PNP. Show all posts

Ariel Querubin Announces Senate Bid with Support from Generals and Officers

After quite a while, retired Colonel Querubin finally makes his statement of his Senate bid for 2025 with an event called "A Gathering of Warriors: A Call for Unity and Heroism." This was attended by various former Chiefs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) from the past administrations.

These AFP and PNP Chiefs who are close to around two thousand Generals and officers back Querubin for his Senate candidacy. This was held at Club Filipino which is a historical venue in Philippine politics and history.

His announcement comes with the support of military and police officers who showed full support to Querubin who has gone into many predicaments which were very risky and has also been detained for his ideologies and personal stand. 

PNP Chief Rommel Francisco Marbil Shares News and Projects for the Police Force

PNP Chief Rommel Francisco Marbil recently had met with various media organizations composed of TV, radio and print journalists and bloggers to have a sit-down conversation about the projects, vision, and the current actions as the 30th Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief.

Held in Dark Roast Coffee House, Quezon City, this is the perfect opportunity for him to meet the press and also address certain issues that the PNP also faces. 

He shares that the PNP continues with their duties particularly the fight against illegal drugs and pledged establish legal support for personnel facing court charges linked to their duties.

PNP, GCash advise users against illegal raffle promotions online

This holiday season, GCash is advising the general public against illegal raffle promotions that sell online tickets for a chance to win cash prizes and automobiles. The warning comes as part of the leading e-wallet’s thrust to build a financially inclusive and safe cashless ecosystem by educating users on the modus of scammers, fraudsters, and cybercriminals.

The warning comes with a reminder to users that all such activities, including those online, should have a license to operate issued by the Philippine Amusement Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR).

GCash cited an incident involving the social media page 'Tipsy D Garage' which, according to PAGCOR, was operating illegally, prompting an investigation by the National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group (PNP ACG) arranging the necessary operation. 

PLDT-Smart Foundation tops up educational grant for PNP dependents

Dependents of Filipino police officers killed or injured in service receive a P1-million educational grant from PLDT-Smart Foundation, now on its 12th year, with the aim of providing college educational opportunities. The PSF has so far produced 639 scholars through the Educational Assistance Program. 

"Education is an integral part of our efforts in the PLDT-Smart Foundation. We continue to do our part in the community to ensure that we provide adequate resources to support today's youth as they become our next generation of leaders,” said PLDT Chairman and CEO Manuel V Pangilinan who is also the Chairman of the PLDT-Smart Foundation.   

Angkas Prepares For Pilot Run With The Support Of The PNP HPG.

With the motorcycle taxi service Angkas gears for their pilot run, they found an ally on the road with Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (HPG). With the problem of traffic still growing in various metropolitan cities, their partnership aims to make sure that traffic rules are followed as  well as safety and law enforcement are also maintained.

Led by HPG chief superintendent Roberto Fajardo, he said that the HPG’s mandate is to ensure the safety of the metro’s highways for the benefit of commuters and motorists alike and part of that mandate is to help ensure the smooth and safe flow of traffic in the streets. 

Globe collaboration with PNP and NBI yields series of arrests

Globe Telecom, the Philippine National Police, and the National Bureau of Investigation have arrested and charged 65 alleged cable thieves and fraudsters as the drive against such illegal activities continues to intensify.
Twelve individuals were apprehended and are now facing prosecution for Estafa due to illegal recontracting and subscription fraud, 31 for illegal sale of WiMax Modems, and 20 for cable theft.

Police Arrest Nine Suspected Illegal Camcorders Since Start Of Summer Movie Season

Entire screen community in the Philippines dedicated to keeping cinemas free of criminal activity

The June 12 Philippines premiere of ‘Man of Steel’, the much-anticipated redux of DC Comics’ classic superhero, Superman, has not gone by without illegal camcorders attempting to steal the movie. However, vigilant theater security personnel prevented the suspects from completing the illegal camcords, confiscated the recorded footage and alerted the police.

Between June 12-15, authorities made five arrests in four different cinema locations at popular movie theaters in Manila, Mandaluyong and Pasay. This brings the total to nine arrests since the start of the summer movie season.

REEL DEAL: Bayani... Ang Tatay Ko

Filipinos are noted to have a very significant and positive attitude in handling difficulties in life. Others may also treat their predicaments in sort of “cool” manners, which the Pinoys are really known for.  M&N Films have come up with a brilliant idea of ideally showing to the public the film “Bayani Ang Tatay Ko.” An indie film about life, its struggles... it’s about presenting life’s most vivid moments with the people we love. This film not only wishes to instill family values but also provide entertainment and at the same time honors the law enforcers.

Actor-comedian and host Bayani Agbayani plays SPO3 Nicanor Corpuz , a decorated cop, loving dad and husband to his wife Susan played by Yayo Aguila, and son, Adrian played by child actor Yogo Singh. They live a simple, happy life until an incident took their lives on a different turn. One morning while in the police detachment where he is working, Taning played by Rommel Montano, a toughie from an influential family came looking for his colleague, SPO1 Joey Ponce. Ponce apparently shut down his illegal “videokarera” business and refused to accept a bribe, making the latter furious. Taning was scandalizing the station so he took a policewoman, SPO2 Pinky Madrigal hostage prompting Nick to defend his colleague.