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LOOC Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug announced on Thursday, March 14, 2024, that the Mandaue City government will not allow the Sitio Under the Bridge residents to rebuild their homes in the fire-affected area.More than 500 families were displaced by the fire that hit the sitio on Tuesday, March 12.Cabahug said the City Government has decided to reblock and construct a temporary housing site to relocate the displaced fire victims. Reblocking involves increasing the distance between houses to prevent the spread of fire and enable emergency responders to access the site.The relocation site will still be in Barangay Looc. It will be beside the University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu Mandaue Campus (UCLM), along the road leading to Barangay Opao called Sitio Riverside.Cabahug earlier said Sitio Under the Bridge is located on a nationally owned property in an area considered a danger zone.“Aduna na ma’y panghitabo nga wala g’yud nato damha. Mao na nga atong ikuan nga di na sad ni sila mabalik, para di mausab ning maong panghitabo. Pung pa sa mayor nga mura ta’g sirang plaka puhon na sad magtukod under the bridge. Wala ta kahibaw unsay mahitabo,” said Cabahug.(We did not anticipate this fire, which is why we need to ensure that those affected do not return to the area to prevent a similar incident from happening again. As Mayor Jonas Cortes described it, this situation will be like a broken record if we let them build again under the bridge. We cannot predict what will happen next.)Barangay hall movingCabahug also announced the intention to relocate the Looc Barangay Hall. He said this move is crucial due to the need to designate the area, including Sitio Under the Bridge, as a “no build zone.” These areas are designated as easement areas due to safety concerns and are not recommended for human habitation.Temporary evacuationsThe fire victims are temporarily sheltered at Looc Gymnasium and Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located beside the gym.The elementary school suspended classes temporarily to facilitate the evacuation of fire victims. But Cabahug mentioned that they will have a coordination meeting on it to avoid disrupting the students’ classes for a long time.The fire victims currently occupy all 26 classrooms of the school. Necessities Cabahug is calling for food donations, particularly canned goods and instant noodles.He said this is to help the fire victims save their financial assistance for rebuilding their homes.Cabahug is also urging donations of bed sheets and mattresses, as most victims are sleeping on native hand-woven mats.Juanito Cantero, Department of Social Welfare and Development Central Visayas (DSWD 7) assistant regional director, said they distributed 530 family food packs per family under the representation of Ako Bisaya Partylist Rep. Sonny Lagon through DSWD’s Assistance to Individuals In Crisis Situations (AICS) program on Thursday.Each food pack contains six kilos of rice, five canned goods, five sardine cans, cereals and coffee, which would last three days, depending on the number of members per family.He said the Office of the Presidential Assistant for the Visayas has already communicated with them about distributing a second batch of food packs.According to Cantero, Mandaue Mayor Jonas Cortes informed him on Wednesday that he has already sought assistance from some senators through AICS.On Thursday, the Mandaue City Social Welfare Services reported through its final validation that 515 families, or a total of 1,677 individuals, had been displaced by the fire that occurred on March 12.Out of the 370 affected houses, only 13 were partially burned while the rest, 357, were completely burned, according to the report.The victims included 370 house owners and 145 renters or sharers. As a result of the fire, the barangay council of Looc declared a state of calamity during a special session on Wednesday.The barangay will allocate approximately P600,000 from its quick response funds and tap into other barangay funds to provide food for the fire victims. / HIC Recommended Bitcoin Casino Philippines NEWLY appointed Philippine National Police (PNP) chief General Rommel Marbil has warned policemen against using cell phones for recreational purposes while on duty.In his first press conference on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, Marbil said that instead of using their cellphones, policemen must focus on performing their duties, especially in preventing and responding to crimes and ensuring peace and order in their areas of jurisdiction.“This is my first and last warning, no cellphone during duties. We need patrol, pagka na huli ka namin nag-cellphone, there will be no forgiveness. Very strict kami diyan. Gusto namin duty, duty, kapag patrol, patrol. Andito ‘yung mga commanders natin. I need beat patrols, gusto ko maramdaman ng tao ‘yung mga pulis natin sa baba,” he said.(This is my first and last warning, no cell phones during duties. We need patrols, if we catch you using a cell phone, there will be no forgiveness. We are very strict about this. We want duty, duty, when on patrol, patrol. Our commanders are here. I need beat patrols, I want people to feel the presence of our police officers on the ground.)He, however, acknowledges that cell phones are the primary mode of communication on the ground.“You know, if you look at the tao naman na masyado naman matagal, hindi na siguro (nakikipag-communicate) yun. I caught many people mga policemen natin when I was regional director. Hindi naman ho nag-cell phone yan, may tawag. If we see them watching, e, alam mo naman nag -pe-Facebook lang yan o nanonood ng video, kaya meron naman kaming discernment for you. Hindi naman kami ohnahuli tapon kaagad. Discernment, ano ang ginagawa niyo during that time,” said Marbil.(You know, if you look at the people who take too long, maybe they're not communicating. I caught many of our policemen when I was regional director. They're not necessarily on their phone; they might be receiving a call. If we see them watching, you know they're just on Facebook or watching a video, so we have discernment for you. We don't just catch and throw right away. Discernment, what are you doing during that time?)MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-MalonzoMANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo“But right now sabi ng DIDM (Directorate for Investigative and Detective Management) may mga radios naman kami eh. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones,” he added.(But right now, according to the DIDM, we have radios. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones.)Marbil also ordered the shortening of the weekly flag-raising ceremonies to ensure that policemen were already on their assignments by 8 a.m., responding to the concerns of the public.The top cop held on Tuesday morning his first command conference where he laid his policies.Marbil ordered police commanders to be a good example to their men.“Ang kailangan lang ano ba ‘yung direction namin and kung nawala ka, then out. There is no forgiveness kapag nagkakamali ang mga pulis natin… We just come up with better measurements for our policemen na dapat ito ang standard na hahabulin niyo. If you cannot cope with the standard, then we will teach you how,” he said.(What we need is clarity on our direction, and if you deviate from it, then you're out. There is no forgiveness when our police officers make mistakes... We just come up with better measurements for our policemen, which should be the standard you strive for. If you cannot meet the standard, then we will teach you how.)“Ang sabi ko nga, we lead by example. We need ‘yung mga officers doon sa taas to lead by example. Yun ang priority natin… Alam naman nila kung ano ang tama sa mali, e. Hindi na namin kayo i-striken. Kung hindi kayo capable, then we will remove you. We have parameters enough na to check ‘yung pulis natin kung magaling or hindi, so there is no need na kailangan magkamali mga tao natin. Hindi namin gagawin yun. Ayaw namin magkamali ang tao namin then we will help them,” he added.(As I mentioned, we lead by example. We need the officers at the top to lead by example. That's our priority... They know what's right and wrong. We won't strike you. If you're not capable, then we will remove you. We have enough parameters to assess whether our police officers are good or not, so there is no need for our people to make mistakes. We won't allow that. We don't want our people to make mistakes; instead, we will help them.)In his assumption speech, Marbil said that the PNP under his helm will focus on three things: the quality of leadership, knowledge, and ability; professionalism within the ranks; expanding our ability to uphold the law, maintain order, and fight local and transnational crimes in all forms and manifestations; and striving to increase the public’s level of trust in the national police agency.High-technology policingMeanwhile, Marbil said he is aiming to implement a five-year development plan on artificial intelligence (AI) use in smart policing and an ICT (information and communications technology) development roadmap in operations, including an active drive to recruit and train a new generation of police officers and support staff with technical expertise and specialized IT skills.He also raised the need to invest in AI technology and other capacity to improve efforts against cybercrimes including manpower.Marbil said the force's Anti-Cybercrime Group will be strengthened, noting the spike in cybercrimes or crimes on the internet like scamming.He noted the need for the police’s operations and efforts to keep up with the generational changes, especially in technology.Earlier, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. ordered the PNP to beef up efforts against cybercrimes. 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NEWLY appointed Philippine National Police (PNP) chief General Rommel Marbil has warned policemen against using cell phones for recreational purposes while on duty.In his first press conference on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, Marbil said that instead of using their cellphones, policemen must focus on performing their duties, especially in preventing and responding to crimes and ensuring peace and order in their areas of jurisdiction.“This is my first and last warning, no cellphone during duties. We need patrol, pagka na huli ka namin nag-cellphone, there will be no forgiveness. Very strict kami diyan. Gusto namin duty, duty, kapag patrol, patrol. Andito ‘yung mga commanders natin. I need beat patrols, gusto ko maramdaman ng tao ‘yung mga pulis natin sa baba,” he said.(This is my first and last warning, no cell phones during duties. We need patrols, if we catch you using a cell phone, there will be no forgiveness. We are very strict about this. We want duty, duty, when on patrol, patrol. Our commanders are here. I need beat patrols, I want people to feel the presence of our police officers on the ground.)He, however, acknowledges that cell phones are the primary mode of communication on the ground.“You know, if you look at the tao naman na masyado naman matagal, hindi na siguro (nakikipag-communicate) yun. I caught many people mga policemen natin when I was regional director. Hindi naman ho nag-cell phone yan, may tawag. If we see them watching, e, alam mo naman nag -pe-Facebook lang yan o nanonood ng video, kaya meron naman kaming discernment for you. Hindi naman kami ohnahuli tapon kaagad. Discernment, ano ang ginagawa niyo during that time,” said Marbil.(You know, if you look at the people who take too long, maybe they're not communicating. I caught many of our policemen when I was regional director. They're not necessarily on their phone; they might be receiving a call. If we see them watching, you know they're just on Facebook or watching a video, so we have discernment for you. We don't just catch and throw right away. Discernment, what are you doing during that time?)MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-MalonzoMANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo“But right now sabi ng DIDM (Directorate for Investigative and Detective Management) may mga radios naman kami eh. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones,” he added.(But right now, according to the DIDM, we have radios. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones.)Marbil also ordered the shortening of the weekly flag-raising ceremonies to ensure that policemen were already on their assignments by 8 a.m., responding to the concerns of the public.The top cop held on Tuesday morning his first command conference where he laid his policies.Marbil ordered police commanders to be a good example to their men.“Ang kailangan lang ano ba ‘yung direction namin and kung nawala ka, then out. There is no forgiveness kapag nagkakamali ang mga pulis natin… We just come up with better measurements for our policemen na dapat ito ang standard na hahabulin niyo. If you cannot cope with the standard, then we will teach you how,” he said.(What we need is clarity on our direction, and if you deviate from it, then you're out. There is no forgiveness when our police officers make mistakes... We just come up with better measurements for our policemen, which should be the standard you strive for. If you cannot meet the standard, then we will teach you how.)“Ang sabi ko nga, we lead by example. We need ‘yung mga officers doon sa taas to lead by example. Yun ang priority natin… Alam naman nila kung ano ang tama sa mali, e. Hindi na namin kayo i-striken. Kung hindi kayo capable, then we will remove you. We have parameters enough na to check ‘yung pulis natin kung magaling or hindi, so there is no need na kailangan magkamali mga tao natin. Hindi namin gagawin yun. Ayaw namin magkamali ang tao namin then we will help them,” he added.(As I mentioned, we lead by example. We need the officers at the top to lead by example. That's our priority... They know what's right and wrong. We won't strike you. If you're not capable, then we will remove you. We have enough parameters to assess whether our police officers are good or not, so there is no need for our people to make mistakes. We won't allow that. We don't want our people to make mistakes; instead, we will help them.)In his assumption speech, Marbil said that the PNP under his helm will focus on three things: the quality of leadership, knowledge, and ability; professionalism within the ranks; expanding our ability to uphold the law, maintain order, and fight local and transnational crimes in all forms and manifestations; and striving to increase the public’s level of trust in the national police agency.High-technology policingMeanwhile, Marbil said he is aiming to implement a five-year development plan on artificial intelligence (AI) use in smart policing and an ICT (information and communications technology) development roadmap in operations, including an active drive to recruit and train a new generation of police officers and support staff with technical expertise and specialized IT skills.He also raised the need to invest in AI technology and other capacity to improve efforts against cybercrimes including manpower.Marbil said the force's Anti-Cybercrime Group will be strengthened, noting the spike in cybercrimes or crimes on the internet like scamming.He noted the need for the police’s operations and efforts to keep up with the generational changes, especially in technology.Earlier, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. ordered the PNP to beef up efforts against cybercrimes. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) What sports do Filipinos love? THE Archdiocese of Cebu has been safeguarding its religious assets with cultural and historical significance. This was revealed by Fr. Bryan Brigoli, chairman of the Cebu Archdiocesan Commission of the Cultural Heritage of the Church, in an interview with SunStar Cebu on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, amid the calls for the return of “stolen” pulpit panels from Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio de Maria Santisima Parish Church in Boljoon, southern Cebu. The commission, established in 2002, has incorporated policies that advance heritage protection and management, said Brigoli in Beyond the Headlines, SunStar Cebu’s online news and commentary program. According to Brigoli, the commission is coordinating with different parishes and churches under the archdiocese to identify religious artifacts, edifices, and sites with strong and deep cultural and historical significance. The priest stressed the significance of the preservation of the church assets following the resurfacing of the four stolen pulpit panels from the Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio de Maria Santisima Parish in the town of Boljoon in southern Cebu.The National Museum of the Philippines recently received panels depicting St. Augustine of Hippo from Edwin Bautista, chief executive officer of Union Bank last Feb. 14. These panels were reported stolen from Boljoon church’s pulpit in the 1980s and had been missing since then. They were recently turned over to the museum as a “gift to the nation.”Security camerasMeanwhile, Boljoon Mayor Jojie Derama said the Municipal Government will install additional closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras inside the church so they can monitor the goings-on. He said the church has only one CCTV, installed outside the church.

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THE Archdiocese of Cebu has been safeguarding its religious assets with cultural and historical significance. This was revealed by Fr. Bryan Brigoli, chairman of the Cebu Archdiocesan Commission of the Cultural Heritage of the Church, in an interview with SunStar Cebu on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, amid the calls for the return of “stolen” pulpit panels from Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio de Maria Santisima Parish Church in Boljoon, southern Cebu. The commission, established in 2002, has incorporated policies that advance heritage protection and management, said Brigoli in Beyond the Headlines, SunStar Cebu’s online news and commentary program. According to Brigoli, the commission is coordinating with different parishes and churches under the archdiocese to identify religious artifacts, edifices, and sites with strong and deep cultural and historical significance. The priest stressed the significance of the preservation of the church assets following the resurfacing of the four stolen pulpit panels from the Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio de Maria Santisima Parish in the town of Boljoon in southern Cebu.The National Museum of the Philippines recently received panels depicting St. Augustine of Hippo from Edwin Bautista, chief executive officer of Union Bank last Feb. 14. These panels were reported stolen from Boljoon church’s pulpit in the 1980s and had been missing since then. They were recently turned over to the museum as a “gift to the nation.”Security camerasMeanwhile, Boljoon Mayor Jojie Derama said the Municipal Government will install additional closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras inside the church so they can monitor the goings-on. He said the church has only one CCTV, installed outside the church. What sports do Filipinos love? LOOC Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug announced on Thursday, March 14, 2024, that the Mandaue City government will not allow the Sitio Under the Bridge residents to rebuild their homes in the fire-affected area.More than 500 families were displaced by the fire that hit the sitio on Tuesday, March 12.Cabahug said the City Government has decided to reblock and construct a temporary housing site to relocate the displaced fire victims. Reblocking involves increasing the distance between houses to prevent the spread of fire and enable emergency responders to access the site.The relocation site will still be in Barangay Looc. It will be beside the University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu Mandaue Campus (UCLM), along the road leading to Barangay Opao called Sitio Riverside.Cabahug earlier said Sitio Under the Bridge is located on a nationally owned property in an area considered a danger zone.“Aduna na ma’y panghitabo nga wala g’yud nato damha. Mao na nga atong ikuan nga di na sad ni sila mabalik, para di mausab ning maong panghitabo. Pung pa sa mayor nga mura ta’g sirang plaka puhon na sad magtukod under the bridge. Wala ta kahibaw unsay mahitabo,” said Cabahug.(We did not anticipate this fire, which is why we need to ensure that those affected do not return to the area to prevent a similar incident from happening again. As Mayor Jonas Cortes described it, this situation will be like a broken record if we let them build again under the bridge. We cannot predict what will happen next.)Barangay hall movingCabahug also announced the intention to relocate the Looc Barangay Hall. He said this move is crucial due to the need to designate the area, including Sitio Under the Bridge, as a “no build zone.” These areas are designated as easement areas due to safety concerns and are not recommended for human habitation.Temporary evacuationsThe fire victims are temporarily sheltered at Looc Gymnasium and Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located beside the gym.The elementary school suspended classes temporarily to facilitate the evacuation of fire victims. But Cabahug mentioned that they will have a coordination meeting on it to avoid disrupting the students’ classes for a long time.The fire victims currently occupy all 26 classrooms of the school. Necessities Cabahug is calling for food donations, particularly canned goods and instant noodles.He said this is to help the fire victims save their financial assistance for rebuilding their homes.Cabahug is also urging donations of bed sheets and mattresses, as most victims are sleeping on native hand-woven mats.Juanito Cantero, Department of Social Welfare and Development Central Visayas (DSWD 7) assistant regional director, said they distributed 530 family food packs per family under the representation of Ako Bisaya Partylist Rep. Sonny Lagon through DSWD’s Assistance to Individuals In Crisis Situations (AICS) program on Thursday.Each food pack contains six kilos of rice, five canned goods, five sardine cans, cereals and coffee, which would last three days, depending on the number of members per family.He said the Office of the Presidential Assistant for the Visayas has already communicated with them about distributing a second batch of food packs.According to Cantero, Mandaue Mayor Jonas Cortes informed him on Wednesday that he has already sought assistance from some senators through AICS.On Thursday, the Mandaue City Social Welfare Services reported through its final validation that 515 families, or a total of 1,677 individuals, had been displaced by the fire that occurred on March 12.Out of the 370 affected houses, only 13 were partially burned while the rest, 357, were completely burned, according to the report.The victims included 370 house owners and 145 renters or sharers. As a result of the fire, the barangay council of Looc declared a state of calamity during a special session on Wednesday.The barangay will allocate approximately P600,000 from its quick response funds and tap into other barangay funds to provide food for the fire victims. / HIC

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LOOC Barangay Captain Raul Cabahug announced on Thursday, March 14, 2024, that the Mandaue City government will not allow the Sitio Under the Bridge residents to rebuild their homes in the fire-affected area.More than 500 families were displaced by the fire that hit the sitio on Tuesday, March 12.Cabahug said the City Government has decided to reblock and construct a temporary housing site to relocate the displaced fire victims. Reblocking involves increasing the distance between houses to prevent the spread of fire and enable emergency responders to access the site.The relocation site will still be in Barangay Looc. It will be beside the University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu Mandaue Campus (UCLM), along the road leading to Barangay Opao called Sitio Riverside.Cabahug earlier said Sitio Under the Bridge is located on a nationally owned property in an area considered a danger zone.“Aduna na ma’y panghitabo nga wala g’yud nato damha. Mao na nga atong ikuan nga di na sad ni sila mabalik, para di mausab ning maong panghitabo. Pung pa sa mayor nga mura ta’g sirang plaka puhon na sad magtukod under the bridge. Wala ta kahibaw unsay mahitabo,” said Cabahug.(We did not anticipate this fire, which is why we need to ensure that those affected do not return to the area to prevent a similar incident from happening again. As Mayor Jonas Cortes described it, this situation will be like a broken record if we let them build again under the bridge. We cannot predict what will happen next.)Barangay hall movingCabahug also announced the intention to relocate the Looc Barangay Hall. He said this move is crucial due to the need to designate the area, including Sitio Under the Bridge, as a “no build zone.” These areas are designated as easement areas due to safety concerns and are not recommended for human habitation.Temporary evacuationsThe fire victims are temporarily sheltered at Looc Gymnasium and Cesar Cabahug Elementary School located beside the gym.The elementary school suspended classes temporarily to facilitate the evacuation of fire victims. But Cabahug mentioned that they will have a coordination meeting on it to avoid disrupting the students’ classes for a long time.The fire victims currently occupy all 26 classrooms of the school. Necessities Cabahug is calling for food donations, particularly canned goods and instant noodles.He said this is to help the fire victims save their financial assistance for rebuilding their homes.Cabahug is also urging donations of bed sheets and mattresses, as most victims are sleeping on native hand-woven mats.Juanito Cantero, Department of Social Welfare and Development Central Visayas (DSWD 7) assistant regional director, said they distributed 530 family food packs per family under the representation of Ako Bisaya Partylist Rep. Sonny Lagon through DSWD’s Assistance to Individuals In Crisis Situations (AICS) program on Thursday.Each food pack contains six kilos of rice, five canned goods, five sardine cans, cereals and coffee, which would last three days, depending on the number of members per family.He said the Office of the Presidential Assistant for the Visayas has already communicated with them about distributing a second batch of food packs.According to Cantero, Mandaue Mayor Jonas Cortes informed him on Wednesday that he has already sought assistance from some senators through AICS.On Thursday, the Mandaue City Social Welfare Services reported through its final validation that 515 families, or a total of 1,677 individuals, had been displaced by the fire that occurred on March 12.Out of the 370 affected houses, only 13 were partially burned while the rest, 357, were completely burned, according to the report.The victims included 370 house owners and 145 renters or sharers. As a result of the fire, the barangay council of Looc declared a state of calamity during a special session on Wednesday.The barangay will allocate approximately P600,000 from its quick response funds and tap into other barangay funds to provide food for the fire victims. / HIC, The Best CasinoPlus Rebate for Real Money ▷ Poker Online Philippines ▷ Fishing Game Play at the Top Real Money Casino, Win Real Money. check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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NEWLY appointed Philippine National Police (PNP) chief General Rommel Marbil has warned policemen against using cell phones for recreational purposes while on duty.In his first press conference on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, Marbil said that instead of using their cellphones, policemen must focus on performing their duties, especially in preventing and responding to crimes and ensuring peace and order in their areas of jurisdiction.“This is my first and last warning, no cellphone during duties. We need patrol, pagka na huli ka namin nag-cellphone, there will be no forgiveness. Very strict kami diyan. Gusto namin duty, duty, kapag patrol, patrol. Andito ‘yung mga commanders natin. I need beat patrols, gusto ko maramdaman ng tao ‘yung mga pulis natin sa baba,” he said.(This is my first and last warning, no cell phones during duties. We need patrols, if we catch you using a cell phone, there will be no forgiveness. We are very strict about this. We want duty, duty, when on patrol, patrol. Our commanders are here. I need beat patrols, I want people to feel the presence of our police officers on the ground.)He, however, acknowledges that cell phones are the primary mode of communication on the ground.“You know, if you look at the tao naman na masyado naman matagal, hindi na siguro (nakikipag-communicate) yun. I caught many people mga policemen natin when I was regional director. Hindi naman ho nag-cell phone yan, may tawag. If we see them watching, e, alam mo naman nag -pe-Facebook lang yan o nanonood ng video, kaya meron naman kaming discernment for you. Hindi naman kami ohnahuli tapon kaagad. Discernment, ano ang ginagawa niyo during that time,” said Marbil.(You know, if you look at the people who take too long, maybe they're not communicating. I caught many of our policemen when I was regional director. They're not necessarily on their phone; they might be receiving a call. 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So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones.)Marbil also ordered the shortening of the weekly flag-raising ceremonies to ensure that policemen were already on their assignments by 8 a.m., responding to the concerns of the public.The top cop held on Tuesday morning his first command conference where he laid his policies.Marbil ordered police commanders to be a good example to their men.“Ang kailangan lang ano ba ‘yung direction namin and kung nawala ka, then out. There is no forgiveness kapag nagkakamali ang mga pulis natin… We just come up with better measurements for our policemen na dapat ito ang standard na hahabulin niyo. If you cannot cope with the standard, then we will teach you how,” he said.(What we need is clarity on our direction, and if you deviate from it, then you're out. There is no forgiveness when our police officers make mistakes... We just come up with better measurements for our policemen, which should be the standard you strive for. 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Our commanders are here. I need beat patrols, I want people to feel the presence of our police officers on the ground.)He, however, acknowledges that cell phones are the primary mode of communication on the ground.“You know, if you look at the tao naman na masyado naman matagal, hindi na siguro (nakikipag-communicate) yun. I caught many people mga policemen natin when I was regional director. Hindi naman ho nag-cell phone yan, may tawag. If we see them watching, e, alam mo naman nag -pe-Facebook lang yan o nanonood ng video, kaya meron naman kaming discernment for you. Hindi naman kami ohnahuli tapon kaagad. Discernment, ano ang ginagawa niyo during that time,” said Marbil.(You know, if you look at the people who take too long, maybe they're not communicating. I caught many of our policemen when I was regional director. They're not necessarily on their phone; they might be receiving a call. If we see them watching, you know they're just on Facebook or watching a video, so we have discernment for you. We don't just catch and throw right away. Discernment, what are you doing during that time?)MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-MalonzoMANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo“But right now sabi ng DIDM (Directorate for Investigative and Detective Management) may mga radios naman kami eh. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones,” he added.(But right now, according to the DIDM, we have radios. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones.)Marbil also ordered the shortening of the weekly flag-raising ceremonies to ensure that policemen were already on their assignments by 8 a.m., responding to the concerns of the public.The top cop held on Tuesday morning his first command conference where he laid his policies.Marbil ordered police commanders to be a good example to their men.“Ang kailangan lang ano ba ‘yung direction namin and kung nawala ka, then out. There is no forgiveness kapag nagkakamali ang mga pulis natin… We just come up with better measurements for our policemen na dapat ito ang standard na hahabulin niyo. If you cannot cope with the standard, then we will teach you how,” he said.(What we need is clarity on our direction, and if you deviate from it, then you're out. There is no forgiveness when our police officers make mistakes... We just come up with better measurements for our policemen, which should be the standard you strive for. If you cannot meet the standard, then we will teach you how.)“Ang sabi ko nga, we lead by example. We need ‘yung mga officers doon sa taas to lead by example. Yun ang priority natin… Alam naman nila kung ano ang tama sa mali, e. Hindi na namin kayo i-striken. Kung hindi kayo capable, then we will remove you. We have parameters enough na to check ‘yung pulis natin kung magaling or hindi, so there is no need na kailangan magkamali mga tao natin. Hindi namin gagawin yun. Ayaw namin magkamali ang tao namin then we will help them,” he added.(As I mentioned, we lead by example. We need the officers at the top to lead by example. That's our priority... They know what's right and wrong. We won't strike you. If you're not capable, then we will remove you. We have enough parameters to assess whether our police officers are good or not, so there is no need for our people to make mistakes. We won't allow that. 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Our commanders are here. I need beat patrols, I want people to feel the presence of our police officers on the ground.)He, however, acknowledges that cell phones are the primary mode of communication on the ground.“You know, if you look at the tao naman na masyado naman matagal, hindi na siguro (nakikipag-communicate) yun. I caught many people mga policemen natin when I was regional director. Hindi naman ho nag-cell phone yan, may tawag. If we see them watching, e, alam mo naman nag -pe-Facebook lang yan o nanonood ng video, kaya meron naman kaming discernment for you. Hindi naman kami ohnahuli tapon kaagad. Discernment, ano ang ginagawa niyo during that time,” said Marbil.(You know, if you look at the people who take too long, maybe they're not communicating. I caught many of our policemen when I was regional director. They're not necessarily on their phone; they might be receiving a call. If we see them watching, you know they're just on Facebook or watching a video, so we have discernment for you. We don't just catch and throw right away. Discernment, what are you doing during that time?)MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-MalonzoMANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. MANILA. Philippine National Police chief General Rommel Marbil. Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo“But right now sabi ng DIDM (Directorate for Investigative and Detective Management) may mga radios naman kami eh. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones,” he added.(But right now, according to the DIDM, we have radios. So there is no excuse for our policemen to use their cell phones.)Marbil also ordered the shortening of the weekly flag-raising ceremonies to ensure that policemen were already on their assignments by 8 a.m., responding to the concerns of the public.The top cop held on Tuesday morning his first command conference where he laid his policies.Marbil ordered police commanders to be a good example to their men.“Ang kailangan lang ano ba ‘yung direction namin and kung nawala ka, then out. There is no forgiveness kapag nagkakamali ang mga pulis natin… We just come up with better measurements for our policemen na dapat ito ang standard na hahabulin niyo. If you cannot cope with the standard, then we will teach you how,” he said.(What we need is clarity on our direction, and if you deviate from it, then you're out. There is no forgiveness when our police officers make mistakes... We just come up with better measurements for our policemen, which should be the standard you strive for. If you cannot meet the standard, then we will teach you how.)“Ang sabi ko nga, we lead by example. We need ‘yung mga officers doon sa taas to lead by example. Yun ang priority natin… Alam naman nila kung ano ang tama sa mali, e. Hindi na namin kayo i-striken. Kung hindi kayo capable, then we will remove you. We have parameters enough na to check ‘yung pulis natin kung magaling or hindi, so there is no need na kailangan magkamali mga tao natin. Hindi namin gagawin yun. Ayaw namin magkamali ang tao namin then we will help them,” he added.(As I mentioned, we lead by example. We need the officers at the top to lead by example. That's our priority... They know what's right and wrong. We won't strike you. If you're not capable, then we will remove you. We have enough parameters to assess whether our police officers are good or not, so there is no need for our people to make mistakes. We won't allow that. We don't want our people to make mistakes; instead, we will help them.)In his assumption speech, Marbil said that the PNP under his helm will focus on three things: the quality of leadership, knowledge, and ability; professionalism within the ranks; expanding our ability to uphold the law, maintain order, and fight local and transnational crimes in all forms and manifestations; and striving to increase the public’s level of trust in the national police agency.High-technology policingMeanwhile, Marbil said he is aiming to implement a five-year development plan on artificial intelligence (AI) use in smart policing and an ICT (information and communications technology) development roadmap in operations, including an active drive to recruit and train a new generation of police officers and support staff with technical expertise and specialized IT skills.He also raised the need to invest in AI technology and other capacity to improve efforts against cybercrimes including manpower.Marbil said the force's Anti-Cybercrime Group will be strengthened, noting the spike in cybercrimes or crimes on the internet like scamming.He noted the need for the police’s operations and efforts to keep up with the generational changes, especially in technology.Earlier, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. ordered the PNP to beef up efforts against cybercrimes. 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