Snatchers warned to leave city

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Sunday, June 3, 2012
DAVAO CITY Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte warned on Sunday criminals, especially snatchers, to leave the city right away or face the government’s wrath.
Duterte issued his warning as the classes open today, Monday. He said criminals will have to face him if one of the city students is victimized.

He earlier ordered the authorities to run after criminal groups operating in the city, adding he wants them dead if they cannot be arrested.
Duterte vowed to offer authorities a cash reward of P50,000 if high-profile suspects are arrested and P100,000 if suspects who resist arrest are taken down.
He urged all the residents of Davao City to be vigilant as criminals strike anywhere.
Meanwhile, Davao City Police Office (DCPO) Chief Ronald dela Rosa said their personnel are all set for Monday's Balik Eskwela.
“Nasabutan na namo na earlier with DepEd officials aron maprotektahan nato ang mga estudyante (We have already discussed with the Department of Education on how best to protect the children),” he said.
Dela Rosa said around 762 of their personnel will be deployed to 381 public and private schools, while other 600 will be deployed in other areas for police visibility.
He added that the DCPO will be augmented by the Task Force Davao, Anti-Crime Unit, and civilian volunteers, referred to as force multiplier, to maintain peace and order in the city.
The 12 police station commanders were directed to post the station’s contact number at the school’s assistance desk for emergency.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on June 04, 2012.

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