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VIDEOS OF CRIMES ‘VERY USEFUL’ IN POLICE INVESTIGATION

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By Xai Reyes

Senator Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa on Tuesday said video footage of criminal acts can be valuable in the conduct of police investigations, after the current chief of the PNP advised against taking videos of crimes.

A former chief of the Philippine National Police, Dela Rosa said witnesses documenting crimes should be responsible for their own safety.

He gave this remark in reaction to PNP chief Police General Debold Sinas’ advice to witnesses not to film ongoing criminal acts, saying this could imperil their lives.

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