Manila-The Department of Justice (DOJ) believes it can solve the problems of the Bureau of Corrections Service (BuCor). Secretary of State Deo Marco, the committee that oversees the affairs of the committee, hopes that the establishment of the committee will solve Buko's long-standing problems. Marco said in his ambush interview: "We only comply with US Department of Justice regulations. Visit ABS-CBN News. One of the solutions recommended by the Commission is to establish a wider range of signal blocker and video surveillance systems. . (CCTV).
This is a 300 million peseta project that can not only destroy the signal in Building 14 of the New Billy Beads Prison (NBP), which houses prominent prisoners, but also destroy the entire safe building. The system contains a CCTV network that replaces the current network. The project also includes a portable jammer for mobile phones and a generator system that allows CCTV systems to continue to operate without a mains source. The system has its own Operations Center and will be fully installed in a couple of months.
The Ministry of Justice has also completed amendments to the Enforcement Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act No. 10592. This extends the scope of Good Behavior Time Allowance (GCTA) and requires the Ministry of Justice to release prisoners under the approval of the GCTA. The current system only requires BuCor approval to obtain NBP and criminal colonies. Marco believes that the revised IRR will disqualify convicted criminals in prison for violent crimes, relapses, recurring criminals and refugees.