The Department of Justice (DOJ), along with 11 other government agencies, has launched a single information system for inmates or persons deprived of liberty.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) are joining forces to catch hooligans who make money as fake professionals.
Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) do not just provide much needed revenue for the government, they have also become a source of kickbacks for corrupt government officials.
Despite the government’s aggressive anti-drug campaign, shabu, known as the poor man’s cocaine, is selling at a bargain price due to oversupply, Politiko has learned.
The Ampatuans will only pay a little over P156 million to the heirs of the 57 Maguindanao massacre victims, despite the atrociousness of their crime.
Police are implementing airtight security measures ahead of the promulgation of judgment in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre Thursday (December 19).
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III doesn’t want to comment just yet on the House of Representatives’ latest move to amend the Constitution.
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III has asked Senator Panfilo Lacson to submit a list of the House of Representatives’ alleged last minute insertions in the proposed P4.1-trillion budget for 2020 so they can “gloss it over.”
Philippine law enforcers are having a headache over the Chinese embassy’s hands off policy regarding its female citizens rescued from prostitution dens in the country.
Senator Grace Poe believes government officials colluded with Manila Water Company, Inc. and Maynilad Water Services, Inc. in crafting the concession agreement which was now found to contain several provisions disadvantageous to the public.
Senator Panfilo Lacson snubbed the ratification of the proposed P4.1-trillion national budget for 2020 Wednesday (December 11) after exposing the multibillion-peso insertions made by members of the House of Representatives in the bill.
A former Sandiganbayan justice who was dismissed from his post over his ties with alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles is seeking judicial clemency from the Supreme Court, Politiko has found.
Some officials and agents of the National Bureau of Investigation are alarmed over the reported return to power of two of their former colleagues who have turned into witnesses against Senator Leila De Lima.
As a reward for his testimony against Senator Leila de Lima, former Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) officer-in-charge and National Bureau of Investigation deputy director Rafael Ragos has been reinstated to the NBI on the orders of Justice Menardo Guevarra, insiders at the bureau bared.
Senator Frank Drilon has released evidence that it was not him, but the Department of Foreign Affairs that requested the transfer of Southeast Asian Games to the Philippine Sports Commission.
An investigation on how the P6 billion budget for the Southeast Asian Games were spent is forthcoming, according to Senate President Tito Sotto.
Senator Bong Go has dared Vice President Leni Robredo to release any derogatory information against President Duterte and his allies she gathered while she was co-chair of the interagency anti-drug war committee.
More Filipinos are finding themselves driven out of houses and condominium units they rent in Metro Manila as real estate brokers snap up available space to house Chinese workers of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs).
Instead of protecting Filipinos, law enforcers are spending most of their time nowadays solving crimes caused by the influx of Chinese workers in the country.
The National Bureau of Investigation has started an investigation on threats against Senator Richard Gordon and his family as a result of his inquiry on ninja cops and anomalies in the implementation of the Good Conduct Time Allowance, the bureau top official said.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra is opposed to the proposal to let the new anti-drug czar Vice President Leni Robredo join anti-drug operations. This is contrary to the statements of other allies of President Rodrigo Duterte.
The National Bureau of Investigation will investigate the threats received by former Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin and at the same time will provide extra security to the retired justice, according to Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Wednesday (Nov. 13) attributed the high trust ratings of the government in part to the laudable work being done by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
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