Cuy said the establishment of a PLEB
in every city and municipality in the country is mandated by the DILG Act of 1990 (Republic Act 6975).
plays a crucial role in weeding out police scalawags and helping good cops remain good; DILG deemed it is necessary to enhance their capacity in order to address such present needs.
Will Andrew Mitchell's calling a policeman a pleb
and his subsequent PS3million legal bill become the most costly, toffeenosed, snobbish put-down in history?
He said he would never call a policeman a pleb
"let alone a f*** pleb
" - although he agreed he muttered audibly under his breath 'I thought you lot were supposed to f*** help us' - but not at the officer.
Hetty is a sleek purple bike, devised from a 1952 Triumph Thunderbird, while Pleb
is a stunning hand-built black low rider.
If the NCRPO and PLEB
can decide administrative cases against erring cops in a relatively short time, why does it take the National Police Commission (Napolcom) many years to decide on cases filed in their office?
He concluded: "I am satisfied, at least on the balance of probabilities, that Mr Mitchell did speak the words alleged, or something so close to them as to amount to the same, including the politically-toxic word pleb
The article was based on a log written by PC Toby Rowland who claimed the top Tory called him and his colleagues "f*** plebs
The bill amends certain provisions of Republic Act 6975, otherwise known as the "Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990," as amended by Republic Act 8551 or the "Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998," to further strengthen the duties, functions and powers of PLEB
which would ultimately gain them the respect and trust of the public.
I've no idea whether Mitchell thinks policemen are plebs
NEWS that Tory chief whip Andrew Mitchell is alleged to have called a police officer a pleb
made you furious.
Plus, he denies he ever said pleb
, so it's one word against another at the moment.