Rappler's latest stories on Manila Police District
Cops simulate bombing and shooting incidents around churches in preparation for Holy Week
(UPDATED) Human rights lawyer Romel Bagares points out that 'there is no law saying membership in ACT is a crime'
Police theorize that the gangland-style liquidation of the rookie cop and his asset is related to his anti-illegal drugs work
Chief Superintendent Joel Napoleon Coronel, who was deputy director for operation in Metro Manila, replaces Chief Superintendent Amador Corpus in Central Luzon
Senior Superintendent Vicente Danao Jr replaces Chief Superintendent Rolando Anduyan who has been moved to the Northern Police District
The Commission on Human Rights condemns the rape of a 15-year-old girl by a Manila cop in exchange for the release of her parents arrested for illegal drugs
'Nagpahiwatig na papakawalan ang mga guardians niya. According sa nanay, talagang interesado sa bata,' says Metro Manila top cop Guillermo Eleazar
The House committee on human rights also recommends that all cops be required to undergo human rights education and training
The House committee on human rights says the living conditions of detainees inside the jail cell were 'beyond humane' and violated UN standards
The raid yields no illegal drugs but authorities discover cash-stuffed plastic containers in a sealed room
Police have yet to identify the motive behind the killing of the Chinese nationals
Police say Allan Rafael died from shortness of breath, but his family says he was beaten to death by cops
Retired Police Superintendent Roberto Palisoc is killed by unidentified gunmen
Manila Police District Spokesperson Carlo Magno Manuel says they are looking into the possibility the cop’s killing was related to his work
In the homily during the mass for Aldrinne Pineda, Father Albert Alejo says to his mother Michelle, 'I hope you do not blame yourself for this. You did not lack as a parent. There is someone accountable for this crime.'
PO2 Omar Malinao initially claimed he fired a warning shot, but his version of events has now changed
PO2 Omar Malinao is in the custody of the Manila Police District Homicide section, but the MPD spokesperson says he is not yet a suspect
Thirteen-year-old Aldrin Pineda was supposed to graduate from grade school in April
Suspected Maute Group subleader Nasser Lomondot and member Rizasalam Lomondot are charged with illegal possession of firearms and ammunition as well as explosives
Manila Police District chief Joel Coronel says the thick crowds contributed to the slow movement of the image of the Black Nazarene in 2018
On Bonifacio Day, activists who traditionally hold rallies to denounce government abuses, are pushed away from Mendiola to give way to a crowd sympathetic President Rodrigo Duterte
'We will investigate at gagawin namin ang kaukulang investigation, pero huwag naman sana ganoon na talagang pina-project 'yung timing at 'yung pagka-edit,' says PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa
The report – about a Manila police operation where suspects are allegedly killed deliberately – is released a day before the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the PNP's war on drugs
In several schools across the country, police officers trade guns for chalks as they help mold young minds to stay away from illegal drugs
Cops say Casiño, Reyes, and another protester – Neil Legaspi – committed breach of peace, assault, and disobedience and resistance to authorities
(UPDATED) The final report is the same as the much-awaited histopathological report, says the Manila Police District
(UPDATED) A recap of the case of Horacio 'Atio' Castillo III, a freshman UST law student who died from alleged hazing injuries inflicted by Aegis Juris Fraternity members
There are 4 documents being looked at – the autopsy report, medico-legal report, death certificate, and histopathological report
The chair of the 2017 Bar examinations is Associate Justice Lucas Bersamin
'There are only a few of us who do this. We are lawyers, we need to find ways to make the law more meaningful and closer to justice.'
John Paul Solano's motion for inhibition against Judge Reynaldo Alhambra is instantly denied, but the fratman's lawyer says they will file a motion for reconsideration
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The petition is filed on behalf of residents of 26 barangays in San Andres, Manila, including the families of 35 residents killed in police operations in the area
Senior Superintendent Joel Coronel, director of the Manila Police District, says: 'It appears that from Sunday, September 17, the objective of the Aegis Juris fraternity is to cover up, conceal, to avoid and evade the prosecution of this case'
The killings happen a day after President Rodrigo Duterte issues a memorandum order removing the Philippine National Police from the helm of the drug war operations
John Paul Solano's lawyers find at least 3 irregularities in the search conducted by Manila police of the Aegis Juris frat house-library
Complaints of planting of evidence, gross misconduct, grave abuse of authority, gross oppression, and conduct unbecoming of a public officer are also filed against the police officers
John Paul Solano’s release is not a ticket to freedom. He has yet to undergo preliminary investigation to ascertain the charges to be pressed against him.
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John Paul Solano stays longer with the Manila Police District (MPD) after the DOJ release order was delayed in delivery
(UPDATED) Jason Robiños surfaces at the Manila Police District to clear his name. His lawyer says he cut ties with Aegis Juris in 2015.
'His release does not mean that he is already off the hook or the case against him is dismissed,' says Acting Prosecutor General Jorge Catalan
Manila police chief Joel Coronel says they will file a motion for reconsideration if ever the Department of Justice orders the release of John Paul Solano
The Manila Police District has begun investigating members of Regina Legis et Juris, the sister sorority of Aegis Juris fraternity
(UPDATED) John Paul Solano, who voluntarily surrendered last week, seeks the immediate dismissal of the charges and his release from the custody of the Manila Police
(UPDATED) John Paul Solano, the primary suspect in the case, surrenders to Senator Panfilo Lacson
The Manila Police District says they are checking if the CCTV cameras were intentionally destroyed
(2ND UPDATE) Among the suspects is John Paul Solano, the supposed good Samaritan who brought the law student to the hospital
The victims from various parts of Mindanao tell Manila police they were asked to pay P50 000 to P70 000 each but were unable to leave on August 25