Evidence seems to be mounting that the country’s political leadership had a hand in delaying the deployment of reinforcements to the pinned-down Special Action Force (SAF) commandos until it was too late. Former Iloilo solon Augusto Boboy Syjuco points out inconsistencies in the accounts of Administration officials as well as key military and police officers … Continue reading OPLAN Exodus: The Blame Game
Video snippets of the talk show General Assignment last January 15.Guests are gun rights advocates Jun Puno and Mike Melchor.General Assignment, which is aired over Philippine satellite and cable channel Global News Network (GNN), is hosted by Home Defense Journal editor Miguel Gil.-- Staff report
By Miguel C. Gil There are an increasing number of Filipino households that are seeking out the services of private security companies to deter criminality. This observation was made by veteran security instructor Librado Cayco, Sr., who is training director of TASK Security Academy, Inc., one of the country’s leading schools for private security guards. … Continue reading Guards at home: sign of troubled times?
Businessmen in the Philippines should enhance their level of alertness instead of embracing a false sense of security. This was the message of a multi-sector anti-crime group to business executives and other entrepreneurs on the eve of the implementation of a 5-month long election gun ban beginning midnight on January 13. The A2S5 Coalition, which … Continue reading Bizmen told to be doubly alert
Purveyors of security electronics confirm a surge in sales ahead of a yearend deadline set by the Quezon City (QC) government on business establishments to install closed-circuit TV cameras (CCTVs) or face possible non-extension of their permits to operate. City authorities reportedly issued this order as a reaction to the perceived leap in violent crimes. … Continue reading QC bizmen say, “all I want for Christmas is a CCTV”