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When the righteous are in

authority, the people rejoice.


But when the wicked bears rule,
the people mourn.
Proverbs 29:2

NUMBER OF MURDER AND HOMICIDE CASES REPORTED


(2010- AUG 3, 2016)
16,160

18000
13500

12,352

11,864

13,105

11,506

12,481

9000

5,451

4500

681
0
2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2016

2016
JULY 1 AUG3

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016
JAN-JUNE

Total
Murder +
Homicide

12, 352

11,864

11,506

16,160

13,105

12,481

5,451

681

Average/
Daily

34

32

32

44

36

34

30

20

Source: PNP Directorate for investigative and detective


management

OLD NORM
Drug lords and their cohorts acted with
impunity. People have low trust at PNP,
Fiscals and Judges. High ranking
government officials are involved in the
illegal drug trade. People do not feel safe
in the streets and their homes.

NEW NORM
Respect and fear of the law have been
restored. Drug lords and their supporters
are on the run. People are beginning to
feel safe. Renewed trust on our law
enforcers and government under
President Duterte.

ARE WE USING THE TERM


EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS
LOOSELY TO DISCREDIT
THE PNP AND THE
DUTERTE ADMINISTRATION?

There is a need for a clear-cut definition


of what extrajudicial killings is.
The name is a misnomer since every killing,
outside death penalty, is extrajudicial.
SC Justice Ruben Reyes (Ret)
SC Justice Mariano Del Castillo

Source: Thoughts on Extrajudicial Killings and Unexplained Disappearances


(Court of Appeals Website)

Administrative Order (A.O.) 35


INTER-AGENCY COMMITTEE ON EXTRA-LEGAL
KILLINGS, ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES, TORTURE
AND OTHER GRAVE VIOLATIONS OF THE RIGHT TO
LIFE, LIBERTY AND SECURITY OF PERSONS
Headed by: DOJ
Created: November 22, 2012
Objective: Revisit and investigate reported and validated violations
of human rights throughout the years. Most of these violations
remain uninvestigated and unsolved, with the perpetrators
unidentified or unprosecuted, giving rise to more impunity.

A.O. 35* OPERATIONAL DEFINITION


OF EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS
A. The victim was:
i. A member of, or affiliated with an organization, to include
political, environmental, agrarian, labor, or similar causes; or
ii. An advocate of above-named causes; or
iii. A media practitioner or
iv. Person(s) apparently mistaken or identified to be so.
B. The victim was targeted and killed because of the actual
or perceived membership, advocacy, or profession;
C. The person/s responsible for the killing is a state agent
or non-state agent;
D. The method and circumstances of attack reveal a
deliberate intent to kill
*Creating the inter-agency committee on extra-legal killings, enforced disappearances,
torture and other grave violations of the right to life, liberty, and security of persons.

A.O. 35* OPERATIONAL DEFINITION


OF EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS

For purposes of the focused mandate of


AO No . 35, killings related to common
criminals and/or the perpetration of their
crimes shall be addressed by other appropriate,
mechanisms within the justice system.

STATUS OF CASES EVALUATED BY THE


A.O. 35 INTERAGENCY COMMITTEE
(2013 TO JUNE 30, 2016)
UNDER
PRELIMINARY UNDER ARCHIVED
INVESTIGATION TRIAL
CASES
(NPS/OMB)

UNSOLVED

UNDER
INVESTIGATION
(PNP, NBI, CHR)

Extra-legal
Killings

48

28

Media Killings

Enforced
Disappearances

22

Torture

17

Other Grave
Violations
TOTAL

Source: DOJ

TERMINATED

TOTAL

69

72

219

10

27

61

27

14

37

80

99

18

22

47

71

137

394

INTER-AGENCY BODY HAS FAILED


Killings of journalists in late 2013 and early 2014 and
the Maguindanao Massacre case, in which 58 people
mostly journalists and media workerswere killed in
2009 REMAIN UNSOLVED.
Although the Aquino administration vowed in 2012 to
expedite investigations into killings of journalists by
creating a superbody, little progress appears to have
been made. The superbody had only processed four
cases at time of writing, resulting in the conviction of
five people. However, the alleged masterminds who
planned and financed these killings remained at large.
(World Rights Report, Published January 2015)

PEOPLE ARE NOW


BEGINNING TO FEEL SAFE IN
THE STREETS, AND TRUST
OUR LAW ENFORCERS.

CRIME VOLUME
AFTER THE FIRST 31 DAYS OF THE DUTERTE
ADMINISTRATION, OVERALL CRIME VOLUME ALREADY
DROPPED BY 5,522 INCIDENTS.

CRIME AGAINST CRIME AGAINST


PERSONS
PROPERTY

Source: PNP

TOTAL CRIME
VOLUME

JULY 1-31,
2015

5,999

11,306

56,339

JULY 1-31,
2016

5,170

6,630

50,817

PEOPLE SUPPORT THE


ANTI WAR DRUGS.
CRIMINALS DON'T.

Basilan Bishop Martin Jumoad is pinning his hopes


on the new president, particularly on his fight against
drugs and criminality, saying he is tired of
lawlessness and kidnappings.
I would like to see our young normal and our
security peaceful President Duterte has the political
will to do it. Luck knocks only once. Lets cooperate
with him, Jumoad said.
Bishops call for support for Digong
Julie M. Aurelio | July 2, 2016

The Duterte administrations campaign


against illegal drugs and criminality
criticized for supposedly encouraging
human rights abuses has pulled down
the countrys crime rate in the first
seven months.
Duterte's drug war lowered crime rate, Palace says
Alexis Romero | August 14, 2016

ANTI-DRUG OPERATIONS
PRE-DUTERTE ADMIN

DUTERTE ADMIN

JAN 2010 - JUNE 2016

JUL 1 2016 - AUG 17 2016

2,350

48

DAYS

DAYS

93,197

6,029

OPERATIONS

OPERATIONS

40

126

OPERATIONS/DAY

SOURCE: PNP, Directorate for Operations

AVERAGE
OPERATIONS/DAY

215%
INCREASE
IN ANTI-DRUG
OPERATIONS

ANTI-DRUG ARRESTS
PRE-DUTERTE ADMIN

DUTERTE ADMIN

JAN 2010 - JUNE 2016

JULY 1, 2016 - AUG. 17,


2016

2,350

48

DAYS

DAYS

137,489

9,301

ARRESTS

ARRESTS

59
ARRESTS/DAY

SOURCE: PNP, Directorate for Operations

193
AVERAGE ARRESTS/
DAY

227%
INCREASE
IN ANTI-DRUG
ARRESTS

AVERAGE AMOUNT OF
ILLEGAL DRUGS CONFISCATED:
PRE-DUTERTE

From JAN 2010 - JUN 2016

Average of

P412 MILLION/
MONTH*

Source: PNP DIRECTORATE FOR OPERATIONS


*Total of P32.17 Billion from Jan 2010 - Jun 2016

DUTERTE

From JUL 1 - AUG 17, 2016

P2.39 BILLION
(48 DAYS)

VALUE OF
CONFISCATED DRUGS

P2.40
JULY 1, 2016 VS AUGUST 17, 2016

BILLION
IN 48 DAYS

P2.40 B = 2017 Dept. of Tourism Budget


SOURCE: PNP, Directorate for Operations

"DRAWING FLAK FROM


VARIOUS SECTORS"?
Misinformation and disinformation.
The usual complaints have come from the
usual suspects. An example of a PR effort to
discredit the PNP campaign. And Duterte.

HAVE WE EVER
ASKED THE PNP
WHAT THEY NEED?

ACTUAL POLICE STRENGTH

Number of Actual
Police*

Ideal number of
Policemen
1:500

Police Shortage

161,229

201,960

40,733

*Number of Actual Personnel as of April 30, 2016


* Based on the Population Count as of August 2015: 100.98 Million

Source: PNP, Philippine Statistics Authority

POLICE BASE PAY


The current base pay of police can be matched
with the cost of living for family

POSITION

NUMBER OF
PERSONNEL

GROSS BASE PAY/


MONTH

Police Officer 1

68,667

Php 14,834

* Authorized Allowances of PO1 = P7,520/month


* 43% of the entire police uniformed personnel are
holding PO1 positions

Source: PNP, EO 201

COMBAT PAY

P340

P280

/MONTH

P220

/MONTH

OR

OR

OR

P11.33 P9.33 P7.33


A DAY

COIN* OPERATIONS
ACTUAL POLICE
OPERATIONS
PRESIDENTIAL
SECURITY

*COIN = Counter Insurgency Operation


SOURCE: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18

A DAY

COIN OPERATIONS
POLICE OPERATIONS
IN HAZARDOUS
AREAS

A DAY

ASSIGNED IN LESS
HAZARDOUS AREAS
CONFINED IN
HOSPITALS**

**Provided that hospital inmates receive it for 3 months when hospitalized for
lessserious injury and 6 months for serious injuries. PNP personnel confined in
hospitals for wounds incurred in combat operations shall be entitled to both the combat
pay and hosputal subsistence allowance.

Palace probes death of cop who tagged narco-generals


Giovanni Nilles
August 15, 2016

Ayaw ko yang extrajudicial killings, ang


gusto ko po legitimate police operations,
Dela Rosa said in a televised press briefing.