And the search goes on.
And the search goes on.
An employee of a jewelry shop at a popular shopping mall in Mandaluyong City has sought police assistance after she fell victim to a woman con artist who made off with a diamond ring worth P1 million.
Hale them to court. Politicians accusing policemen of having worked for their rivals during the elections should file formal complaints instead of bringing their allegations to the media, according to the Philippine National Police (PNP).
The axe has fallen on the police chief of Sulu for allegedly failing to contain the violent clashes between armed supporters of local candidates in the province during last Monday’s elections.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Thursday defended the policemen who have been staking out the Bacoor City residence of Sen. Ramon Revilla Jr., claiming to be after a group of armed men who had allegedly sought refuge in the senator’s house last Monday.
Back to barracks. The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Wednesday started recalling 30,000 police personnel who were sent to different parts of the country to augment local police forces on election day.
Hale them to court. Politicians accusing policemen of working for their rivals during the elections should file formal complaints, instead of bringing their allegations in the media, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said on Tuesday.
The Philippine National Police has deployed policemen to secure the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City, where the national canvassing of votes for the senatorial race was being held.
The Philippine National Police has urged candidates to file formal charges against policemen accused of electioneering during the election period.
Even the country’s main law enforcement unit is cool to the Commission on Election’s (Comelec) “money ban.”
A dry spell is about to hit Metro Manila and it has nothing to do with summer or the dwindling water supply.
The Philippine National Police on Monday placed its 148,000-strong force on full alert, a week ahead of the May 13 elections amid an upsurge of political violence.
Barely a week before the May 13 elections, police have arrested 29 more individuals for carrying firearms over the weekend, bringing to close to 3,000 the number of persons held for violating the election gun ban.