- PDEA gave more than P6 million in rewards to its high-performing operating units and civilian informants
- Funding for the cash rewards came from the agency’s annual budget
- The units which received incentives were the Special Enforcement Service, Intelligence and Investigation Service, Regional Office- Eastern National Capital Region, and Regional Office-Manila
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) recently gave cash grants to its units which did a very good job that led to the arrest of high-value targets.
P6 million in rewards was handed by PDEA on Tuesday morning to five of its operating units as part of the program “PDEA Operation: Lawmen,” an incentive program for “meritorious anti-drug operations.”
According to PDEA Chief Aaron Aquino, funding for the cash rewards came from the agency’s annual budget.
Those who received incentives were the
- Special Enforcement Service
- Intelligence and Investigation Service
- Regional Office- Eastern National Capital Region
- Regional Office- Manila.
The incentive program was launched in 2016 as a counterpart to a rewards program for civilians.
Private individuals also received rewards for providing information on illegal drug activities and suspects.
According to ABS CBN, a total of P7.52 million was divided among the informants with codenames “Krugger,” “Jacpat,” “Mata,” “Keeper,” “BI-1,” and “Highway Man.”
For those who want to provide information on illegal drug activities, you can send a report to PDEA through
- fax number (02) 927-2799
- via email ([email protected])
- PDEA hotline 0927-915-0616