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PLEBPeople's Law Enforcement Board (Philippines)
PLEBPocket Linux Embedded Box
PLEBPost-LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure) Endocervical Brush
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Cuy said that the PLEB has the authority to investigate and adjudicate administrative charges against policemen and subsequently impose penalties, including suspension, demotion, or even dismissal, on erring policemen.
Moreover, all 73 PLEBs in the region have undergone the Capacity Enhancement Orientations in their respective provinces.
If he thinks the police are plebs what does he really think of voters?
The MP, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, had denied saying: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs.
Mr Mitchell, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, vehemently denied during his two-week libel action against News Group Newspapers (NGN) that he had said: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs.
Under the measure, Section 43 of RA 6975 as amended by Section 66 of RA 8551 is further amended to include the sentence, "A municipality with less than five hundred (500) police personnel shall utilize the PLEB of the nearest municipality.
BY definition, a pleb is a member of the common people - a term that applies as much to Mitchell as to any police officer.
And finally we have the case of Tory MP Andrew Mitchell who admitted swearing at a policeman but denied calling him a pleb.
Mitchell accused the officer of lying but the judge, Mr Justice Mitting said: "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.
uk FORMER Government Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell has told the High Court that he would never call a policeman a pleb "let alone a ***g pleb".
That anonymity was brutally ended in September last year with a front page headline in the Sun which shouted: "Top cop calls for Tory Chief Whip to quit over pleb rant.
Roderick Paulate of the second district in his proposed ordinance stressed the need for another PLEB, which would act as a central receiving entity for a citizen's complaint against abusive policemen.