PNP intensifies war vs crimes

Following the high marks it gained in a recent Pulse Asia survey, the Philippine National Police has vowed to intensify its anti-criminality efforts as the satisfactory result motivates the organization to work harder as the fight against criminality continues.

PNP chief Police General Rodolfo Azurin Jr. stressed that the PNP will always strive to work its best every day.

“With the help of all sectors in the community including the church leaders, the vision of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. for a robust economy will be a reality. Let’s help each other for a healthy, peaceful and prosperous community,” Azurin said.

Relentless police operations have been conducted around the country to combat criminal elements and suppress their intentions and operations.

“Teamwork, unity of command, and direction for a common goal will lead us to better accomplishments,” Azurin added.

To recall, the pollster released a survey conducted on 17 to 21 September where the Marcos administration enjoyed high approval scores for handling urgent issues in the country.

The nationwide survey said the Marcos administration earned “majority approval ratings” on 11 of the 13 issues.

The current administration received high approval for responding to the needs of calamity-hit areas and controlling the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) (78 percent each), promoting peace in the country (69 percent), protecting the overseas Filipino workers’ welfare (68 percent), fighting criminality (67 percent), and enforcing the law (62 percent).

It also posted a 59-percent approval score both for creating more jobs and increasing workers’ pay.

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