Pampanga police review law to strengthen drug war

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO— “Even if we are diligent in our antidrug campaign but if our procedures and pleadings are not in order, our efforts would only be wasted.”

That advice was offered by Supt. Judy Lopez, chief of the Central Luzon police’s legal office, to policemen who undertook a two-day capability enhancement training on the procedures set by the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 (Republic Act No. 9165).

The training was attended by 94 police chiefs in 19 towns and two cities in Pampanga province, investigators, arresting officers, officers of the Drugs Enforcement Group and Public Safety Company and intelligence operatives.

Designed by the National Police Com…

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