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‘3 of 5 Pinoys oppose drug war cash reward’

MANILA, Philippines — More than three in five Filipinos are not in favor of giving cash rewards to police officers for every individual allegedly involved in.....»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarNov 2nd, 2017

‘3 of 5 Pinoys oppose drug war cash reward’

MANILA, Philippines — More than three in five Filipinos are not in favor of giving cash rewards to police officers for every individual allegedly involved in.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2017

Capitol Rewards 279 Anti-Drug Ops with P2.6-M Cash

For a job well done, 279 police operatives from the Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO) received cash rewards from the Capitol during the awarding ceremony organized by the Cebu Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Office on Thursday, Dec. 14. The total cash reward given to the law enforcers totalled P2.59 million. “Every day, you risk your lives […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsDec 20th, 2018

13 PDEA informants get P3.18-million reward

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency yesterday gave around P3.18 million in cash incentives to 13 civilian informants under its Operation Private Eye program, which resulted in 19 successful anti-narcotics operations......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 12th, 2018

4 PDEA informants get P7.5-million reward

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency recently gave around P7.5 million in cash incentives to four civilian informants under its Operation Private Eye program......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 17th, 2018

Pinoys oppose death for drug-related crimes

Pinoys oppose death for drug-related crimes.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

Cash reward out for info on Peter Lim s location

The Department of Justice is offering cash reward for anyone who can help locate businessman Peter Lim, who is facing arrest for drug charges......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 14th, 2018

12 drug tipsters get P7.4M reward

FOR reporting suspected illegal drug activities in their community, 12 individuals were given a total of P7.4 million in cash from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency on Tuesday. “Community vigilance is vital in the hope of winning the war against illegal drugs. Local folks need to be PDEA’s eyes and ears in barangay (villages) to [...] The post 12 drug tipsters get P7.4M reward appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 26th, 2018

PDEA informants get P7.5-M reward

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) yesterday gave around P7.5 million in cash to six civilian informants under its Operation.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

6 PDEA informants P7.5-M richer

SIX Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) informants yesterday received a total of P7.526 million in cash reward for providing the agency with information which led to the seizure of nearly 298 kilograms of shabu worth P1.49 billion since the start of the Duterte administration in 2016, PDEA chair Director General….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

Drug tipsters get P4.8 million reward

FOUR informants received P4.8 million in cash rewards from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) on Wednesday under the PDEA Operation: Private Eye (OPE), a reward and incentive scheme designed to encourage private citizens to report any suspected illegal drug activities in their community. PDEA Director General Aaron N. Aquino….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsDec 20th, 2017

Duterte: Human rights groups out to destroy government

The drug problem has turned addicts into criminals, and human rights advocates who oppose the war on drugs are “enemies of the state,” President Duterte said on Wednesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 10th, 2019

Duterte: Human rights groups out to destroy government

The drug problem has turned addicts into criminals, and human rights advocates who oppose the war on drugs are “enemies of the state,” President Duterte said on Wednesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 10th, 2019

Duterte: Human rights groups out to destroy government

The drug problem has turned addicts into criminals, and human rights advocates who oppose the war on drugs are “enemies of the state,” President Duterte said on Wednesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 10th, 2019

Opposition lawmakers help raise cash reward in Batocabe case | Inquirer News

Opposition lawmakers in the House of Representatives known as the "Magnificent 7" on Monday joined their proadministration colleagues in pooling resources to raise the bounty for the immedia.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsDec 25th, 2018

Bato dela Rosa wants tougher laws on illegal drugs | Inquirer News

Senatorial candidate Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa, a former chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP), wants stricter laws on drug offenses, but two opposition bets oppose the way the adminis.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2018

Bato dela Rosa wants tougher laws on illegal drugs

Senatorial candidate Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa, a former chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP), wants stricter laws on drug offenses, but two opposition bets oppose the way the administration's war on drugs are being implemented. During a forum staged by CNN Philippines on Sunday, Dela Rosa, and opposition senatorial candidates Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano and human rights lawyer Chel Diokno were asked on how they would solve the country's drug problem. Dela Rosa reiterated his aim of getting the death penalty reimposed on on drug traffickers. "From my experience as director general nung the Bureau of Corrections, kausap ko yung mga Chinese, Taiwanese, Hongkong ...Keep on reading: Bato dela Rosa wants tougher laws on illegal drugs.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2018

Mets deGrom gets Cy with record-low wins; Snell takes AL

By Jake Seiner, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — After a season marred by narrow defeats, Jacob deGrom became a runaway winner. The New York Mets ace easily won the National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday night, a reward for a historically fruitless season in Flushing. The right-hander had just 10 victories, the fewest ever by a Cy Young-winning starter. The AL prize also reflected a change in voters’ values, with Blake Snell of the Tampa Bay Rays narrowly beating out past winners Justin Verlander and Corey Kluber for his first Cy Young. Snell pitched just 180 2/3 innings, fewest ever by a Cy Young-winning starter. Over full seasons, Snell is the second starter to win the award with fewer than 200 innings after Clayton Kershaw logged 198 1/3 in 2014. “I definitely think the game has changed in that aspect,” deGrom said. “I feel like it’s just turning more into quality of work and what did you accomplish in those innings,” Snell said. “I think that’s just the way it’s going.” DeGrom easily beat out Washington’s Max Scherzer, who was seeking a third straight Cy Young and fourth overall. DeGrom got 29 first-place votes and 207 points from members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Scherzer had the other first-place vote. In his first season after chopping off his distinctive long hair, deGrom cut down hitters from start to finish despite little help from teammates. He had a 1.70 ERA, the lowest in the NL since Zack Greinke’s 1.66 mark in 2015. Yet the 30-year-old right-hander went 10-9, eclipsing the low bar among starters of 13 victories set by the Dodgers’ Fernando Valenzuela in 1981 and matched by Seattle’s Felix Hernandez in 2010. DeGrom allowed three runs or fewer in 29 consecutive starts to close the season, breaking Leslie “King” Cole’s 108-year-old record of 26 such outings. Yet the Mets were 11-18 in those games and 14-18 overall with deGrom on the mound. “My thought process was, ‘Hey, take the ball every fifth day and continue to try to put this team in position to win and control what you can control,’” deGrom said. Hernandez’s Cy Young victory signaled a major shift from voters, who once prioritized pitcher wins. The push toward advanced analytics made deGrom’s candidacy possible, and by September there was little debate deGrom was worthy, even as the Mets regularly wasted his dominance. “This was one of my goals,” deGrom said. “The team didn’t end up where we wanted to be this past season, but you kind of set personal goals, and I think being able to accomplish something that has been a dream of yours is just something special. To be a Cy Young Award winner, you’re in great company, and it truly is an honor.” Perhaps no pitcher had ever been such a hard-luck loser. New York averaged 3.5 runs in games started by deGrom, second only to Cole Hamels for worst support in the majors among qualified pitchers. During one stretch late in the season, the Mets totaled 10 runs over seven of deGrom’s outings, and four of those were driven in by the pitcher himself. DeGrom nearly produced more wins above replacement than actual wins — an unfortunate sabermetric feat that has only been accomplished once, when the Philadelphia Athletics’ Eddie Smith went 4-17 with 4.1 WAR in 1937. Baseball-Reference calculated deGrom for 9.6 WAR. The 2014 NL Rookie of the Year, he became the seventh rookie winner voted a Cy Young, joining fellow Mets Tom Seaver and Dwight Gooden. R.A. Dickey was the only other Met to win a Cy Young. The Mets unveiled a deGrom bobblehead featuring the Cy Young Award shortly after deGrom was crowned. They will give away 25,000 prior to a home game April 7 against Scherzer’s Nationals. Snell got 17 first-place votes and 169 points to 13 first-place votes and 154 points for Verlander. Kluber had 71 points, followed by Boston’s Chris Sale and Houston’s Gerrit Cole. Snell had a 1.89 ERA, third best in the AL since the DH was introduced, trailing only Ron Guidry (1.74) in 1978 and Pedro Martinez (1.74) in 2000. The 25-year-old pitched had 33 1/3 fewer innings than Verlander, but his dominance was enough to sway the electorate. The lefty nicknamed Snellzilla wreaked havoc against the AL’s top lineups. He was 3-0 with a 1.08 ERA in four starts against the World Series champion Red Sox, and 2-0 in two starts each against the Astros and Indians. The Yankees roughed Snell up twice, but he got threw five scoreless innings in a victory Aug. 16. That came during a late-season run of nine consecutive wins for Snell, including a victory against every team in the AL East. He also made five starts against former Cy Young winners and went 3-0 with an 0.59 ERA. Snell was the first player 25-or-younger to win 21 games since Barry Zito in 2002. He was highly regarded as a minor leaguer for his electric arsenal, but subpar control led to struggles during his first two major league seasons. He was even demoted to Triple-A for a month in 2017. It all came together this year. Snell was a stalwart for a most unusual pitching staff, taking the ball every fifth day while manager Kevin Cash successfully experimented with reliever “openers” to start games in between. Snell led the Rays with 31 starts, and no other traditional starter had more than 17. After longtime franchise ace Chris Archer was traded to the Pirates on July 31, Snell went 9-0 with a 1.17 ERA. “I felt with the opener, I had a bigger role on the team,” Snell said. Snell is the second Rays pitcher to win the award, following David Price in 2012. Scherzer went 18-7 with a 2.53 ERA and led the majors with 220 2/3 innings and 300 strikeouts. He was attempting to become the first player since Randy Johnson to win three consecutive Cy Youngs. He got the first-place vote of John Maffei of the San Diego Union-Tribune, 29 seconds and 123 points. Aaron Nola of the Philadelphia Phillies was third with 86 points, followed by Colorado’s Kyle Freeland and Arizona’s Patrick Corbin. Verlander led the AL with 290 strikeouts while going 16-9 with a 2.52 ERA for AL West champion Houston. This is his third second-place finish since winning the Cy Young and MVP in 2011 with Detroit. Kluber was attempting to win his second straight Cy Young and third overall. He went 20-7 with a 2.89 ERA for AL Central champion Cleveland and led the AL with 215 innings......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 15th, 2018

SWS: Pinoys support drug test for school kids

SWS: Pinoys support drug test for school kids.....»»

Category: newsSource:  cnnphilippinesRelated NewsNov 8th, 2018

‘Narco’ cop busters to get reward — Duterte

President Duterte has promised to reward police personnel involved in the drug bust that neutralized Col. Santiago Rapiz, logistics officer of the Zamboanga del Norte police, in Dipolog on Monday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018

Duterte promises reward for cops who kill superiors involved in illegal drugs | News

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday promised to reward policemen who could kill their superiors who are involved in the illegal drug trade......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018