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about 5 days ago

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Ronald Dela Rosa said Monday he would ask President Rodrigo Duterte to allow policemen to lead the war on drugs againĀ  -- if he thinks the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is not doing a good job.

about 1 week ago

Police Chief Bato Dela Rosa said the President listened to the 'pulse of the people' following a dip in his trust and satisfaction ratings.

about 1 week ago

Since the drug war has been turned over to PDEA, Police Chief Bato Dela Rosa says vowed to catch criminals who ride in tandem and combat terrorism.

about 1 week ago

The Philippine National Police suspended its controversial anti-drug operations, while all drug enforcement units in police stations and regional offices were ordered dissolved.

about 1 week ago

PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa says police will now crack down on riding in tandem groups after President Duterte transferred anti-drug duties to PDEA.

about 2 weeks ago

A new Social Weather Stations survey reports three out of five Filipinos believe only poor drug pushers are killed in the drug war. The National Police Chief agrees with the findings, but he also has something to say against the critics of the administration's campaign.

about 2 weeks ago

Metro Manila Police Chief Oscar Albayalde says the former Caloocan police officers' retraining will include values and ethics formation.

about 2 weeks ago

Despite the controversies and scandals confronting the national police, PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa is standing by his men.

about 1 month ago

Police Chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa and Metro Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde say it's difficult to instill discipline among policemen when the PNP itself doesn't handle their training.

about 1 month ago

PNP Chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa was in tears as he expressed his dismay at Senator Risa Hontiveros' claim there is a government policy to kill suspects.