||"236 CIDG/CIS Itinalaga sa Cagayan Valley"
By Victor Martin / Philstar
November 8, 2011
RAMON, Isabela ,Philippines — Pormal na nanumpa sa tungkulin ang 236 mga bagong operatiba ng Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Community Investigative Support sa Region 2 sa isinagawang oathtaking ceremony sa bayan ng Ramon, Isabela noong Sabado.
Ayon kay P/Senior Supt Flaviano Baltazar, hepe ng CIDG ang panunumpa ng mga bagong miyembro ng CIDG-CIS ay programa na inilunsad ng PNP sa pangunguna ni Atty. Samuel Pagdilao Jr., PNP director ng CIDG.
||"Despite dangers, volunteer enlists in CIDG's Investigative Support Group"
By Davinci S Maru / Sunstar
November 3, 2011
DEATH threats are not uncommon in his line of work.
But despite the risks, 44-year-old Joseph Jamili enlisted in the service in the spirit of volunteerism.
Jamili took his oath last Saturday as one of the new members of the Community Investigative Support (CIS), a group of professionals and non-professionals who will share their expertise in the investigation and solution of crimes handled by the Criminal and Investigation Detection Group (CIDG).
||"7 Hired Guns Nabbed in Batangas"
By Dj Yap / Philippine daily Inquirer
October 29, 2011
MANILA, Philippines – Six hired guns in Rizal and another in Batangas were arrested by elements of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) as part of a nationwide police manhunt against fugitives wanted for heinous crimes.
CIDG director Samuel D. Pagdilao Jr. said operatives from Cavite, led by Chief Inspector Rey Magdaluyo, arrested six members of the notorious Bermejo gun-for-hire syndicate at about 5 a.m. Friday in a village at the boundary of Antipolo City and Baras town.
||"CIDG Tree Planting sa IGACOS"
By Jover B Cedrome / Brigada News
October 18, 2011
SAMAL ISLAND- MANAGSAGOL ang gibati sa mga personahe sa CIDG kauban ang 90 ka mga bag-ong gimugnang miyembro nga mga CIS Agents kon (Community Investigaion Support) Agents human mitanom og mga punu-an sa Bacauan sa niaging adlaw sa Igacos,Samal Island.
||"Investigation Group to Recruit Civilian Volunteers"
Published in the Sun Star Bacolod Newspaper
July 10, 2011
THE Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) is now recruiting civilian volunteers to be members of the Community Investigative Support (CIS) to help it in solving crimes, said CIDG Director General Samuel Pagdilao.
Pagdilao was in Bacolod City on Saturday as he visited the CIDG Western Visayas office. He also took the opportunity to attend the birthday of Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia at the Forest Park Resort, Barangay Taculing.