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Dela Rosa

Director of the City Police Office

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A street child from Surigao greets Davao City Police Office (DCPO) director Ronald Dela Rosa

Headed by the Davao City Police ...

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Headed by the Davao City Police Office (DCPO) director Ronald dela Rosa, the task force includes the two station chiefs of San Pedro and Sta.

Dela Rosa said the task force would address the investigative requirements of the twin bombing explosions inside the SM City and Gaisano Mall of Davao cinemas and to provide solution to the case.
The efforts should be one para dili katag-katag ang information na ma-gather (We have to unify our efforts so that we can consolidate our findings)," Dela Rosa said.
The first blast was inside the SM City cinema 1 at around 9:03 p.m. while the second blast was in Gaisano Mall cinema 5 at 9:25 p.m.
He said members of the task force were assigned to various committee of post blast investigation.
"As head, tutukan nako tanan and ako mag hatag ug task taga-committee, kung kinsa ang mututok sa suspect/s and whereabouts, verification sa mga madawat na report, gathers the information and evidence, tanan na kinahanglan nato (As head of the task force I will focus on each committee, those who will focus on the suspects, those who will verify the reports gathered, those who will gather the information and evidence, and everything we might need)," dela Rosa said.
He said their team has yet to establish the motive behind the incident. He added that the explosive used in the twin bombing are very dangerous and it can cause death to anyone who would have been seating near it.
"Bisan pa ug wala'y intention ang suspect mupatay but the blast could still cause death… pwede ka kaya mag ka internal hemorrhage because of the shockwave although wala pay shrapnel ang explosive na gigamit (Even if there was no intention to kill, the blast could still kill. You could die of internal hemorrhage from the shock wave although indeed there was no shrapnel)," dela Rosa said.
Dela Rosa, during the interview on Wednesday, directed Sta.
The mayor wants to see them for checkup," Dela Rosa told Cabuhat.
Dela Rosa, on the other hand, said they are also looking for other witness that could tell or describe anyone in the movie house. He added that there was a person who he had earlier interviewed who claimed being warned against sitting in front where the bomb was.
"Naay nakasulti na gusto daw sila mag transfer sa ubos sa cinema 1 sa SM unya gisisitan daw sila unya gipabalik sa taas (one of the moviegoers said they wanted to move down the orchestra section but someone told them not to and ask that they return to their seats)," Dela Rosa said.

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Dela Rosa to receive major award at Crame Davao City Police Office director to recieve major award | Sun. tar

Dela Rosa to receive major award at Crame
DAVAO City Police Office (DCPO) Director Ronald M. dela Rosa will be awarded 'Best Police Commissioned Officer of the Year' in the field of police of operations during the celebration of the 112th Police Service Anniversary of the Philippine National Police (PNP) on August 8.
Dela Rosa, in a recent interview with Sun. tar Davao, said the "Oplan Tokhang and Taphang" are one of his operations that had one of the greatest impact to the society as it promotes more community involvement in their anti-illegal drug campaign.
He said Tokhang and Taphang have posed problems for drug pushers as these operations disrupted their market in the city.
Dela Rosa said these methods also empowered the community to be more watchful of the drug pushers and it has boosted their confidence in tipping the cops of the activities of the drug pushers.
DCPO has already visited and gathered around a total of 1,218 drug pushers. A total of 197 of the drug pushers targeted by the Oplan Tokhang and Taphang were arrested while P1.6 million worth of shabu were seized and P283,000 worth of marijuana were confiscated.
Dela Rosa also initiated the 1st Tokhang Cup in an attempt to alleviate the involvement of teenagers in the illegal drug trade.
Dela Rosa also spearheaded the operation that led to the neutralization of the alleged Jemaah Islamiyah last December.
He was also one of the driving forces that led to the success of the rescue operation of a 51-year old Filipino-Chinese businesswoman last July.
Dela Rosa already received the same award last 2011 when he was still assigned as chief of the Compostela Valley Provincial Police Office.
Dela Rosa to receive major award at Crame

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Still no order yet for Dela Rosa's transfer

LOOKS like the scheduled transfer of outgoing Davao City Police Office (DCPO) Director Ronald dela Rosa to the Philippine National Police (PNP) headquarters in Camp Crame will be delayed.
While the turnover of command is scheduled for today (Tuesday), Dela Rosa said he is still awaiting orders for his transfer to Camp Crame.
He earlier announced that his post as city police director will only be until July 15 and that they are set to have the turnover of command for DCPO today (Tuesday).
"Wala pa ang official nga order gikan sa Crame pero naa na ko sa Manila karon. Wala pa pud ko kabalo kung kanus-a ang order (There is no official order yet from Camp Crame but I am now here in Manila. I also don't know yet when they will give the order)," Dela Rosa said.
He also said that he is not certain yet who will replace him as the new DCPO director should his transfer to Camp Crame become effective.
He earlier said that he will be assigned as chief of the Police Training Service in Camp Crame.
Dela Rosa already served as DCPO director for a year and seven months with his post supposedly ending on February next year.
Before his stint with the DCPO, he became director of the Compostela Valley Provincial Police Office (CVPPO) and Davao del Sur Provincial Police Office (DSPPO).
During his service with the DCPO, he launched the anti-illegal drug campaign Oplan Tokhang, a proactive policing approach where he visits and requests drug pushers to stop their involvement in drugs.
Recently, he spearheaded the successful rescue operation of a 51-year-old Filipino-Chinese businesswoman and also resulted in the arrest of one of her abductors and the neutralization of three others in an Allied Bank branch in C.M. Recto St., Davao City.
The replacement for Dela Rosa, however, is yet to be determined but the candidates include Senior Superintendent Albert Ignatius Ferro, director for the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Davao; Senior Superintendent Vicente D. Danao Jr. of Regional Logistics and Research Development Division; and Senior Superintendent Michael John F. Dubria of the Office of the Regional Intelligence Division.
Still no order yet for Dela Rosa's transfer

Ronald de la Rosa, Davao ...

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Ronald de la Rosa, Davao police chief, told the station he had not seen the footage and would defer comment.

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