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NCRPO chief wants Chinese woman in MRT incident deported

NCRPO chief wants Chinese woman in MRT incident deported

Director Guillermo Eleazar, head of National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), on Sunday said he would recommend that the Chinese woman who assaulted a policeman assigned at the Metro Rail Transit’s (MRT) Boni Avenue station in Mandaluyong City be declared as undesirable alien. The recommendation of Eleazar came after Jiale Zhang, 23, a student residing...

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PNP welcomes surrender of 20 NPA rebels in Laguna

PNP welcomes surrender of 20 NPA rebels in Laguna

A total of 20 New People’s Army (NPA) rebels have surrendered to the police in Laguna, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde said Monday. Upon their surrender, Albayalde said the rebels turned in several high-powered firearms and various grenade projectiles. “We welcome the return of 20 members of the communist New People’s...

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Bulacan crime volume down 45% in 2018

Bulacan crime volume down 45% in 2018

Total crime volume in this province declined by 45.18 percent in 2018 as a result of an intensified drive against crimes and lawlessness. Data from the Bulacan Police Provincial Office (BPPO) showed that the total number of crime incidents in 2018 was 16,393, which is 13,512 cases lower compared to 29,905 in year 2017. Senior...

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Over 7K cops to secure Black Nazarene feast: NCRPO

Over 7K cops to secure Black Nazarene feast: NCRPO

Over 7,000 police officers will be deployed to secure the annual feast of the Black Nazarene on Jan. 9, the National Capital Region Police (NCRPO) said Friday. NCRPO chief, Director Guillermo Eleazar, said out of a total of 7,159 cops to be deployed for the event, 1,902 will be deployed at the Quirino Grandstand, 3,129...

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QC cops hailed for ‘zero-crime’ Christmas revelry

QC cops hailed for ‘zero-crime’ Christmas revelry

Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte on Thursday hailed the city police’s efforts in ensuring the peace and order during the celebration of Christmas, saying the “zero-crime” rate in the city was due to the intensive police visibility among public places throughout the holiday. Belmonte noted that the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) had applied...

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1st Simbang Gabi in Metro Manila ‘crime-free’: NCRPO

1st Simbang Gabi in Metro Manila ‘crime-free’: NCRPO

No crimes were reported on the first “Simbang Gabi” on Sunday dawn, the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) said. “There was no untoward incident related to the first day of Simbang Gabi (Dec. 16) of Ligtas Paskuhan 2018,” NCRPO Director Guillermo Eleazar, told the Philippine News Agency. The “Oplan Ligtas Kapaskuhan 2018” was designed...

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70 Rebels surrender in Mindoro

70 Rebels surrender in Mindoro

The 70 members of the Milisyang Bayan (MB) and Sangay ng Partido sa Lokalidad (SPL) in Barangay Naibuan and Monteclaro, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro surrendered to the 4th Infantry (Scorpion) Battalion of the 2nd Infantry Division of the Philippine Army on December 10, 2018. The government’s services that were brought to the far flung areas...

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18-year-old female NPA fighter captured by the military

18-year-old female NPA fighter captured by the military

An 18-year-old member of the New People’s Army was captured by the members of the Philippine Army’s 503rd Infantry Brigade on Tuesday. Reports said the comrades of suspect “Ka Cindy” left her behind when their group was chased by the military in their conduct of a hot pursuit operation. The military endorsed her to the...

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New batch of NPA surrender in Samar

New batch of NPA surrender in Samar

Another batch of New People’s Army warriors surrendered to the government in Samar. A report posted by the Philippine Army said 26 NPA rebels from Barangay Pandal, Can-avid, Eastern Samar surrendered to the 14th Infantry Battalion under the command of Lieutenant Commander Jimmy V. Jimenez last December 2, 2018. The surrender is a result of...