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'The goal of prisons should be to reform persons deprived of liberty, to uphold human dignity while being accountable for their faults,' CHR spokesperson Jacqueline de Guia says
(UPDATED) Napoles is transferred to Correctional only on January 4
The anti-graft court Sandiganbayan says the convicted plunderer failed to prove that the women’s prison ‘poses grave threat to her life and security’
It was Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra who sounded off the media to Faeldon not showing up for work
The former Bureau of Customs chief may soon be back to heading a government agency
'Malaking sapatos ang pupunuin natin,' says Melvin Ramon Buenafe, a Philippine Military Academy classmate of Ronald dela Rosa
The request of the Bureau of Corrections for an additional P5 billion budget to build 6 new prisons is turned down
The Filipino detainee, earlier reported by the Department of Foreign Affairs as safe, is among 800 prisoners 'now missing,' says Consul General Oscar Orcine
Inspector Romel Reyes is killed by an unidentified gunman along NBP Road
The supposed transfer is not even mentioned in the video. De Lima is still in Camp Crame.
Here's a snapshot of the Philippines' controversial national penitentiary, the New Bilibid Prison
'Basta lahat na pertaining to drugs, dapat lahat tapusin na 'yan,' says Bureau of Corrections chief Ronald dela Rosa
'Actually meron kaming mga Bucor personnel na kasama don sa drug watchlist ni presidente, so hinahanap natin yung mga tao na 'yan,' says BuCor chief Dela Rosa
'Kung ako, oo, gusto ko talagang mag-gawa ng mega-facility na brand new. Solved na ang problema ko wala na akong problema kung merong gano'n,' says the BuCor chief
Rappler sits down with Bucor chief Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa to ask him about his plans to police the New Bilibid Prison
US President Donald Trump will stand up for Americans resisting efforts by the Chinese Communist Party to impose Chinese political correctness on American companies and citizens, says a White House statement
Malacañang releases the appointment papers of former police chief Ronald dela Rosa and former military chief Rey Leonardo Guerrero
A holistic solution is necessary. There is a need to address the problems of overcrowding, the lack of qualified personnel, and the inadequacy of resources.
Being a BuCor chief, and with your closeness to the President, you will be in the best position to advocate for small regional prisons
The Office of the Ombudsman denies Floirendo’s motion to reopen the investigation
The PNP chief also says the 4 cops caught using fireworks during the holidays will be dismissed
The amendments heed the advice of the Supreme Court ruling which also says there is no need to set her free meanwhile
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says his two mistahs from the Philippine Military Academy will help fix problems at the Bureau of Corrections
Asked if he’s accepting the post, the former Davao City police chief’s answer comes easily: Who am I to refuse the president?
Hello! Here's a roundup of news you need to know this Wednesday.
President Rodrigo Duterte says top cop Ronald dela Rosa may have failed to meet public expectations in leading the Philippine National Police but it would be 'a waste' not to give him another government position
(UPDATED) The office is located a few hundred meters away from the compound's iconic reserve, where prisoners are kept
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency gets a big catch at the start of the week
The former NFL star is released on parole after 9 years behind bars for armed robbery
The Ombudsman finds probable cause to file graft charges against Rep Antonio Floirendo Jr for having financial interest in the government's deal with Tagum Agricultural Development Company
The President instead proposes to build a new medium sized facility and improve existing 7 regional prisons