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In the evening (8:30 PM) of November 5, 2019, detectives of the CIDG Anti-Fraud and Commercial Crimes Unit (AFCCU) arrested two (2) men during an entrapment operation in the vicinity of Chowking Fast-food Chain, Gen. Roxas Avenue, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City. 

The operation stemmed from the complaint lodged by Ramonito Baustista, the incumbent Brgy. Chairman of San Jose Malino, Mexico, Pampanga that one ROMEO SANITA y SAMBILLO a.k.a. “Jack” introduced himself as an employee of DPWH who is in-charge of several DPWH projects including the construction/rehabilitation of Flood Control in Calaylayan, Abucay, Bataan.  On June 2, 2019, Sanita was able to collect a sum of money amounting to Php250,000.00 in exchange of a DPWH construction project. 

However, verification made with the DPWH Central Office revealed that the suspect is not an employee nor affiliated with the department and that the construction projects in Abucay were already completed since 2018. 

On November 4, 2019, the suspect contacted again the complainant asking for an additional amount of Php2 Million to start the supposed project prompting the complainant to sought the assistance of the CIDG, thus the operation. 

One ANTHONY REYES y CASTRO was also arrested during the police operation.  The following pieces of evidence were confiscated: 

  1. Boodle money including the eight (8) pcs of Php500.00;
  2. Mobile phone;
  3. DPWH ID bearing the name of “ROMEO S SANITA;” and
  4. LTO Professional Driver’s License under the name of “ANTHONY CASTRO REYES” 

Arrested persons were brought to AFCCU for proper documentation and inquest before the Office of the City Prosecutor of Quezon City for violations of Article 315 (Swindling/Estafa), Article 293 in relation to Article 294 (Robbery with Violence Against and Intimidation of Person), and Article 177 (Usurpation of Official Function),  all under the RPC.   ###

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acting Director, CIDG PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL
Acting DDA PBGEN ELISEO  DC CRUZ
DDO PCOL LEO M FRANCISCO
Acting CS PCOL ALDEN B DELVO
C, ARMD PCOL SARAH B ABAD
OIC, INVEST PLTCOL ZACARIAS NOEL B VILLEGAS
OIC, OMD PLTCOL JULIET G SALVADOR
OIC, INTEL DIV PLTCOL MA IVY CASTILLO 
Acting C, LD PLTCOL JOSEPH Q ORSOS
ADMO PLTCOL LUCILE FAYCHO
C, PIO CON C, PCRS PLTCOL MARY GRACE R MADAYAG
SDS PLTCOL RITZA C DIOLATA
C, BFS PLTCOL JOY C GOLLAYAN
ASST C, ARMD con C, HRDDS PMAJ MA EDNA CATILOGO
C, PRMS PMAJ MARLO M DANGARANG
C, LS PMAJ SAMUEL A QUIBETE
C, DLOS PMAJ FRANCIS ALDRICH GARCIA
C, CRMC PMAJ CHARLIE I MANG-OSAN
C, TSS PMAJ DAISY S VIDEZ
NUP SUPERVISOR NUP MARLON I SANCHEZ
Acting Chief, AFCCU PLTCOL BAYANI RAZALAN
Chief, AOCU PCOL MARLON SANTOS
Acting Chief, ATCU PLTCOL CESAR G PADAY-OS
Acting Chief, GSD PLTCOL HAROLD S RAMOS
OIC, MCIU PLTCOL JULIUS B SAGANDOY 
OIC, WCCU PLTCOL LAILANE G AMPARO
OIC, DSOU PLTCOL RICHARD V CABALLERO
RC, CIDG NCR PCOL RONALD G HIPOLITO
OIC, CIDG RFU 1 PLTCOL  RICHARD B VERCELES
Acting RC, CIDG RFU 2 PLTCOL SANTIAGO D PASCUAL III
RC CIDG RFU 3 PCOL CHRISTOPHER N ABRAHANO
RC CIDG RFU 4A PCOL LAWRENCE B CAJIPE
Acting RC, CIDG RFU 4B PLTCOL ADONIS B GUZMAN
RC, CIDG RFU 5 PCOL ARNOLD P ARDIENTE
OIC, CIDG RFU 6 PLTCOL BENLINER L CAPILI
RC, CIDG RFU 7 PCOL ROMMEL J OCHAVE
Acting RC, CIDG RFU 8 PLTCOL REYNANTE S PANAY
RC, CIDG RFU 9 PCOL TOM P TUZON
OIC, CIDG RFU 10 PLTCOL RAYMUND A LIGUDEN
Acting RC,CIDG RFU 11 PLTCOL EDILBERTO DC LEONARDO
Acting RC, CIDG RFU 12 PLTCOL MARVIN W MARCOS
OIC, CIDG RFU 13 PLTCOL CHOLI JUN P CADUYAC
Acting RC, CIDG RFU 14 PLTCOL MELVIN G NAPILOY
RC, CIDG RFU 15 PCOL JAMES E GULMATICO

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CIDG History Part III

We do what is necessary to meet our priorities. At a time when there is an urgent need to pursue a renewed emphasis on police accountability and to support the government's nationwide campaign against illegal drugs and criminality, we made certain that we deliver the quality investigative services necessary.

The CIDG implemented the Target Output Policy (TOP) through the issuance of Command Memorandum Circular (CMC) No. 2015-02, as revised by CMC 2016-01 to articulate our investigative and operational priorities. The TOP was designed and implemented to give direction and focus to Chiefs of Units in their work performance by setting specific target outputs and timelines for accomplishment. It encompasses both a core performance measurement framework built around high-level outcomes of the CIDG's mandated tasks. The results are used as bases for the unit performance rating. It will also confer award for good performance and possible relief of the unit commander for poor performance.

Driven by the Group's comprehensive performance metrics, we continue to evaluate our strategies to ensure our effectiveness by focusing our efforts on priority directives from President Rodrigo R Duterte to stamp out corruption, illegal drugs and major crimes in the country.

We were able to match the dynamism of the PNP's nationwide campaign. We are proud that the CIDG's performance was more effective applying the Target Output Policy. We have focused on our targets based on our goals. We didn't look in any other direction but ahead.