MANILA – The Philippine National Police is set to launch a mobile focus on tellurian rights on Monday forward of their probable lapse to a anti-narcotics drive.
Dubbed “Know Your Rights”, a app facilities anti-torture reminders and a Miranda Warning, that can be accessed even but internet connection, pronounced Chief Supt. Dennis Siervo, conduct of a PNP Human Rights Affairs Office (HRAO).
The app, that can be downloaded by all Android mobile device users, also contains information on elemental rights and military operational procedures, pronounced Siervo.
The “Know Your Rights” application, he said, affirms PNP’s joining to strengthen tellurian rights.
Its launch kicks off a military decoration of a “National Human Rights Consciousness Week.”
The jubilee ends on a International Human Rights Day, Dec 10, that outlines a anniversary of a Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
President Rodrigo Duterte has pronounced he would shortly lapse a 170,000-strong PNP during a helm of a crackdown that has seen some 3,800 killed, only hardly a month after he private cops from a debate due to accusations of rights abuse.