In 2003, President Arroyo created the PNP's Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force (AIDSOTF), the National Bureau of Investigation's Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force, and the Bureau of Customs' Anti-illegal Drugs Task Force to assist PDEA in the nation's drug enforcement effort.
What does AIDTF stand for?
AIDTF stands for Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force (National Bureau of Investigation; Philippines)
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Lawyer Ruel Lasala, deputy director for Intelligence Services and Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force, particularly cautioned Filipinos on the operations of the so-called West African Drug Syndicate.
In 2003, the President created the Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operation Task Force within the Philippine National Police, and the Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force within the National Bureau of Investigation to permit those agencies to support PDEA's counternarcotics efforts.