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HPG recorded as average of 18 carnapping and 30 motornapping incidents per week from January 4 to May 8, 2016. After the election where Presidential-elect Duterte was declared as winner until the week before his inauguration, the incidents of carnapping and motornapping decreases to 3 MVs and 14 MCs per week.

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Two consecutive training sessions on international humanitarian law (IHL) were held this week attended by at least 50 members of the Philippine National Police who take part in internal security operations.

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On February 2, 2016 at about 6:45 in the evening, the elements of Women and Children Protection Center together with the DSWD conducted entrapment operations against Trafficking in Persons at Roxas Boulevard in Malate, Manila, in front of Max’s restaurant. The said operation resulted to the rescue of six (6) female victims and the arrest of three (3) suspects, namely:

Sonny Sr. Febra y Camiso, male, 42 yrs old, single, presently residing at Leveriza St., Pasay City;

Marilou Palacio y Valmores, female, 39 yrs old, single, presently residing at Leveriza St., Pasay City; and

Rich Ortega y Puganis, male, 24 yrs old, single, and a resident of Remedios St., Malate, Manila.

The rescue and entrapment operations were carried out upon the receipt of information from a confidential informant and further confirmed by more than a week of surveillance and undercover activities. The victims are being sexually exploited by being sold to foreign tourists for “sex parties”.  Recovered from the suspects were marked money of several denominations worth Php25,000.00, used as downpayment to procure the services of the victims.

The above-mentioned suspects and the victims, together with the pieces of evidence were brought to the WCPC at Camp Crame, Quezon City for investigation and eventually filing formal charges against the suspects, and processing of the victims through the assistance of the DSWD.


The Philippine National Police (PNP) reaffirms that the 1,470 units of Mahindra Enforcer, Single Cab 4x2, patrol jeeps went public bidding on January 2015 which was undertaken by the Procurement Service – Department of Budget Management (PS-DBM).

Together with Toyota, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, and Ford, the Columbian AutoCar Corporation (CAC) (Mahindra) attended a pre-bidding conference on January 21, 2015.

Opening and evaluation of bids were made on February 5, 2015 where the procurement of patrol jeeps was divided into four (4) lots where CAC won the four (4) lots as the single lowest calculated bidder (SLCB), however, Toyota Quezon Avenue manifested that it will file a motion for reconsideration for Lot 1 where it joined.

On February 26, 2015, opening of bids of patrol jeeps for financial envelope of Toyota Quezon Ave. for lot 1 was made because the Toyota’s motion for reconsideration was granted by the PS-DBM. However, the amount offered by Toyota which is Php 950,000 is still higher that the amount offered by CAC with Php 840,000 value per unit.

For Lot 2, only Mahindra submitted bid of Php 880,000 per unit; For Lot 3, only Mahindra submitted bid of Php 920,000 per unit; and For Lot 4, only Mahindra submitted bid of Php 920,000 per unit.

The prototype sample of CAC was found complying after final deliberation of the PS DBM. The vehicles passed the functional and endurance test ensuring that specifications provided by the PNP were followed accordingly; therefore, CAC was declared as the Single Calculated Responsive Bid (SCRB) on March 16, 2015.

Accordingly PS-DBM did not choose Columbian AutoCar Corporation (Mahindra), but it is the bidding process, under RA 9184, which chose Mahindra because it was able to offer the most competitive price.

PNP or DBM-PS is legally bound to follow RA 9184 which compels the government to choose the lowest price offered provided it meets the specifications.

RA 9184, or the government Procurement Reform Act, prohibits tailor fitting to a specific brand or discriminating on the basis of country of origin. By choosing the lowest price offered in this case by Mahindra, the government was able to save almost 100 Million Pesos which PNP can use to buy more patrol jeeps.

The PNP firmly believe that the procurement of Mahindra patrol jeeps conducted by no less than the PS-DBM is fair, transparent and advantageous to the Government. (PNP-PIO)


The PNP Highway Patrol Group (HPG) will celebratea simple but meaningful 60th Anniversaryon May 4, 2015 during a program with POLICE DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL LEONARDO ARIAS ESPINA, Officer-In-Charge, Philippine National Police as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.

With its theme, “HPG, AnimnaDekadangGumagabay para saMaayos at LigtasnaPaglalakbay”, the celebration will highlight the presentation of awards to deserving HPG personnel who have immensely contributed in the accomplishments of the mission and functions of the Group particularly in the field of anti-carnapping, hijacking and highway robbery.

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There will also be a series of activities such as the blessing of the HPG Training Building situated at the back of the HPG Headquarters.  The building will serve as the training venue for all in-house trainings and seminars offered by the HPG in relation to its mandate.  There will also be alaunching of the Motorcycle Riding Handbook which is intended to equip all participants of the Motorcycle Riding Course the essential knowledge on the rudiments of motorcycle riding; andthe holding of the1st Motorcycle Safety and Security (SAFSEC) Exposition at the open parking area of the HPG and RHPU NCR on May 4, 2015.  The Expo is open to all Motorcycle Dealers to display gadgets on motorcycle safety and security.

Subsequently, aRiders Challenge will be held on May 5, 2015 and is open to all graduates of Executive, Regular and Junior Motorcycle Riding Courseand an 5thHPG Shoot fest on May 6, 2016.  Both activities shall be held at the QCPD Grounds.

Celebrating 60th years of keeping the people saferon the road, HPG has persistently pursued its mandate with significant administrative and operational attainments. Behind these accomplishments are the formulation and implementation of programs and strategies guided by the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 as enhanced by the CPNP’s Strategic Focus CODE-P: 2013 and Beyond. 


Guided with the OPLAN LAMBAT-SIBAT, HPG heeded the call for better service and standard of excellence.  Our police operations are “intelligence andpeople-driven” as we combines the enforcement of the law, reading the situation on the ground, serving the people and protecting the peace.


For the past year, this group has recovered a total of 585 motor vehicles composed of 362 Motor Vehicles and 223 Motorcycles, neutralized 2 carnapping groups in 6 encounters, arrested 329 suspects of whom 9 were killed, filed 119 cases in court, served 65 warrants of arrest and 7 search warrants and recovered 131 firearms.


With new and exciting challenges ahead, the HPG is being propelled into the national spotlight by ensuring safer and secure roads and streets for all motorists and road users.  Squarely, the HPG will nevertheless handle these issues flexibly and convert these challenges to opportunities.


PSSUPT ARNOLD DALIN GUNNACAO, newly designated Officer-In-Charge of the Highway Patrol Group encourages all men and women of the Group to keep up the good work, serve the people with all honesty and sincerity and continue to pursue its mandate with further enthusiasm and high level of police service.




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