Security & Safety

AFP Calling All Filipinos To Join The Navy

The Philippine Navy is now accepting and processing male and female applicants for Naval Officer Candidate Course (NOCC) and Basic Seaman Course (BSC) starting on 09 – 11 May 2014 at Southern Philippine College (SPC), Licoan, Cagayan de Oro City. Qualified applicants must be natural born Filipino citizen with good moral character, unmarried and without …

Alleged Al Khobar Member Arrested in Maguindanao

Police arrested today an alleged member of Al Khobar group in Buluan, Maguindanao. TAHIR ABUBAKAR was arrested by the joint members of SMPKI-OCPNP, Regional Intelligence Unit (RIU) 12, Military Intelligence Company (MICO) 12, 33RD Infantry Battalion (IB), Philippine Army (PA), and Maguindanao Police Provincial Office (PPO) with the support of Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Commission (PAOCC) …

LTFRB Permanently Cancels and Revokes Elena Liner and MGP Trans Franchises

This would serve another lessons to bus firm owners. Is more expensive to stop the operations than making sure the safety of their passengers? The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) declined the Motion for Reconsideration filed by both Elena Liner and MGP Trans to lift their respective Preventive Suspension Order (PSO) and not …

Stay Connected to Information and Resources Available for the Fight on Terrorism

Since the United States first became an independent country the safety and security of its citizens was never in question where foreign entities were of concern. That is until September 11th, 2001 when all of this changed. Terrorist attacks that occurred right on home soil made every American citizen feel vulnerable to the hatred others …

Drug Bust in BGC Boost Hunch on Mexican Drug Cartel Connection

After the string of operations the National Bureau of Investigation’s anti-narcotic agents conducted in recent months, yet another drug bust happened mid-week in the luxury neighborhood of the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. What the authorities discovered further supported intelligence reports that the Mexican drug cartel has found its way to the country in its …

No Pattern In Media Killings – PNP

Three Special Investigation Task Groups (SITG) looking into three separate incidents of violence involving media personnel in Bukidnon, Surigao and Davao recently, do not see any common pattern among the cases. The Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management (DIDM) thru Task Force USIG is keeping tab of all ongoing investigation into cases of violence committed against working journalists. “At …