Rappler's latest stories on PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group
'He fully knows our policy of non-partisanship, especially during elections,' says top cop Oscar Albayalde of Major General Oscar Amador Corpus
The police intensifies its search for dismissed veteran anti-drug cop Eduardo Acierto
[EXCLUSIVE] Rappler obtains a letter to investors by Arnel Ordonio, the alleged mastermind of the P900-million Bitcoin scam
(UPDATED) According to Criminal Investigation and Detection Group chief Director Roel Obusan, the scam is structured like a pyramid scheme but with electronic money
This is a change of tune for Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa, who earlier slammed the Department of Justice panel and called on them to use their 'conscience'
A new law, Republic Act 10973, gives the PNP chief and the two top CIDG bosses the power to issue subpoenas. It threatens our rights, and urging vigilance while just waiting for abuse to happen isn't enough.
Jose Matias, who calls himself 'Attorney Jose Roa Matias II,' allegedly claimed to be President Rodrigo Duterte's relative so he could extort money from would-be barangay officials
Senator Panfilo Lacson, former chief of the Philippine National Police and author of the now-controversial law, says a person's rights are still in place
'It is so unfair and unjust. Marcosian ito, at bumabalik na tayo,' says human rights lawyer Edre Olalia
Police search for the people behind Our Lady of Mt Carmel Global E-Human Resources, Incorporated – the recruiting agency which sent Joanna Demafelis to Kuwait
Cops and soldiers nab CPP-NPA officials Aurora Cayon and Louie Martinez in Negros Occidental
Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David says the Catholic Church is not obstructing justice by protecting witnesses to the killing of Kian Loyd delos Santos
Will the cop linked to the killing of a detained mayor eventually be promoted to senior superintendent?
But the PNP chief tells senators that impunity will not happen under his watch amid concerns over Superintendent Marvin Marcos return to the police force
Kung yung drug pusher or drug lord may kini claim sila na due process eh bakit hindi natin puwede ibigay doon sa pulis na dumaan sa due process? says the PNP chief
Authorities say the guns the syndicate produced are similar to those seized in Marawi City
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says some drug lords were moved to other areas in the prison – areas not under the supervision of the PNP SAF
Several National Democratic Front consultants have apparently gone underground following President Rodrigo Duterte s pronouncements
Superintendent Marvin Marcos insists he had no powerful backers in Camp Crame but Senator Panfilo Lacson does not seem to buy that claim
Senator Panfilo Lacson says neither the Senate nor the PNP will be swayed by the President s pronouncements
UPDATED Why is he siding with the police in operations like this? President Duterte says: ‘Natural utos ko iyon eh The fight against drugs is mine it was not somebody else’s order ’
Rappler obtains the initial report on the police probe It quotes a survivor: there were no fire exits on the 2nd floor where employees were trapped and killed
The leaders of the Morallos and De Paz crime groups are nabbed in two separate December 26 operations