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Death penalty for drug dealing has to be restored – Bato

“Death penalty for drug dealing has to be restored,” Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa on Tuesday said.

PNP chief aired this after inspecting an illegal drug warehouse in Quezon City, where police operatives equipped with search warrants, seized 45 kilos of suspected shabu worth Php 225 million on Tuesday afternoon.

The contraband was found inside a big cardboard box at No. 1117 Banawe Street, Barangay Manresa, Quezon City.

The drug operation was conducted by the operatives of the PNP-Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG), Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Arrested during the raid were Eduardo Dario, 62, resident of Marikina City; Rhea May Libira, 20, native of Balagtas, Bulacan; Gemma Rose Codera, 26, native of Masbate; and John Rey Bungcasan, 34, native of Dumaguete City.

Delarosa said that many people have already died because of drugs, but the operation of the illegal drug traders continuous, adding that drug traders seemed to fear nothing at all because they knew that they could evade the law when arrested.

Hence, Dela Rosa said, it is now the right time to restore the death penalty.

New PNP Chief Appointed! – Duterte Chose Ronald Dela Rosa


PNP Chief, Police Director General Ronald M. Dela Rosa has issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to be observed by PNP Units in handling voluntary illegal drugs personality surrenderers and assistance for their rehabilitation.

This is consistent with the “declared policy of the state to pride mechanisms or measures to assist and re-integrate into society individuals who are victims of illegal drug abuse or drug dependence through sustainable programs of treatment and rehabilitation.”

The SOP prescribed guidelines to all PNP units in handling and processing drug surrenderers and to assist them in their rehabilitation.

In the PNP SOP Number 01-2016, general guidelines to all Duty Officers in the handling of drug personality surrenderers are indicated as follows:

· Ensure that the person who surrendered is doing it voluntarily without duress
· The process in handling should be recorded through video or captured through photo
· Immediately conduct body search on the surrenderer to determine presence of any deadly weapon or dangerous drugs
· Personal data should be recorded in the logbook of surrenderers
· The surrenderer should be referred to the Investigation Section to take the voluntary confession to be signed by the surrenderer and their counsel or by any other counsel except the lawyer of the office where they surrendered to avoid perceived conflict of interest
· Turn over to the Women and Children Protection Desk (WCPD) a minor surrenderer. The 
WCPD should endorse the minor surrenderer to the local social welfare office in accordance with RA No. 9344, or Justice Welfare Act of 2006.

The Duty Officer must also subject the surrenderer for medical examination to be conducted in any government hospital and they should not be hand cuffed.

“The voluntary surrender is not an assurance that they will not be subjected to drug law enforcement operation when they engage in the illegal drug activity after their voluntary surrender”, the Chief PNP said.

Assistance to drug personalities for rehabilitation include the referral of the drug surrenderer to the PCR section to coordinate with LGU/HOH/HADACs on the conduct of screening in order to determine if there’s a risk to other behavioral conditions and other morbidities.

A copy of the SOP No. 01-2016 has been filed with the UP Law Center to comply with the requirements of Executive Order No. 292 or the Revised Administrative Code of 1987 and will take effect 15 days thereof. (PNP-PIO)

PNP Chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa gustong tapusin ang illegal drug problem sa Pilipinas bago matapos ang 2017.
Sana tulungan natin siya na mapagtagumpayan ang pangarap niya para sa ating bayan.


‘Bato’ not to blame for murder of Korean, PNP tells critics
November 20, 2017

The Philippine National Police (PNP) has asked critics calling for the resignation of police chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa not to blame him for the mistakes of erring members of the police force.

Calls for Dela Rosa to resign on social media mounted after anti-illegal drugs cops brutally killed South Korean businessman Jee Ick-Joo under the official’s nose.

SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel, along with two other cops, all assigned at the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG), strangled Jee to death inside his SUV parked few meters away from the office of Dela Rosa at the PNP headquarters in Camp Crame last Oct. 18.

“Every day, crime is happening so every day we’ll have a new PNP chief if that case is going to be their basis for the chief to resign,” PNP spokesperson Senior Supt. Dionardo Carlos told the media in a press conference at Crame on Friday.

Carlos said it’s wrong for the public to blame Dela Rosa for failing to prevent a crime to be committed within the heavily-guarded police camp in Quezon City, adding Jee’s killing was “an isolated case.”

“You don’t judge the Chief for the wrong of one,” he said.

“You look at how dedicated he is and look what he’s done in the past six months. Alam kong maiintindihan ng taumbayan kasi ‘yung dedication niya and desire niya (I know the people will understand because his dedication and desire_ to free us from drugs and from rogue cops, makikita niyo sa expression ni (is very visible in the expressions of the) Chief so let’s not use that as a basis to call for his resignation,” Carlos added.

Upon learning that the killing was done within the national police headquarters, Dela Rosa said he just wanted to “melt in shame.”

Later, the PNP will take custody of Sta. Isabel after a Pampanga court issued an arrest warrant against him. The policeman surrendered to the National Bureau of Investigation. IDL

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