WATCH: INQside Look with PNP spokesperson PBGen. Ildebrandi Usana
In this time of a health crisis in the country, not only workers in the medical field are considered frontliners as the imposition of various community quarantines comes with law enforcement. Thus, the nation’s police force is called to man checkpoints and monitor public compliance with health and quarantine protocols.
But the police recently came under fire for the death of Darren Penaredondo, who was allegedly forced to perform strenuous exercise routines as punishment for violating curfew in Cavite.
PNP spokesperson Ildebrandi Usana sits down with INQUIRER.net reporter Neil Arwin Mercado to talk about this and other issues amid the institution’s mission to provide quality public service and making the people’s trust in them stay.
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