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Dionisio Santiago

EFFECTIVE
Educationi
 Philippine Military Academy
(1970)
 Masters in Public Admin, UP
(1974)
 Masters in Public Admin,
University of Seattle, USA
(1983)
 Security Management
course at Harvard
Work Experienceii
 Chief of the Philippines Drug
Enforcement Agency (20062010)
 Executive Director of the
Dangerous Drugs Board
(2005)
 Director of the Bureau of
Corrections of the
Department of Justice
(2003- 2004)
 Chief of Staff of the Armed
Forces of the Philippines,
General Headquarters (2002
- 2003)
 Commanding GeneralPhilippine Army, (2002)
Major Awardsiii
 Special Award of Honor by
the International Narcotic
Enforcement Officers
Association
 Order of Sikatuna, Degree Of
Commander;
 International Fellows Hall of
Fame by the US Army War
College
 Outstanding Achievement
Medal and Most Outstanding
Citizen of Navotas awards

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL
Allegations
 Allegedly pocketed
P8million in funds
while chief of the
armed forcesiv
 Allegedly purchased
luxury cars for his
staff and excessively
renovating the Army
gymv
 Investigated by the
NBI for the alleged
illegal sale of
chemicals seized
while PDEA chiefvi

i “Dionisio R. Santiago.” Philippine Constitution Association. Accessed January 26, 2016.
http://www.philconsa.org/?team=dionisio-santiago
ii Ibid
iiiIbid
iv Laude, Jaime. “Ex-AFP Chief Santiago Faces Graft Raps.” PhilStar Global, April 28, 2005.
http://www.philstar.com/headlines/275621/ex-afp-chief-santiago-faces-graft-raps
v Ibid
vi Torres, Tetch. “NBI Files Complaint Against 2 Former PDEA Chiefs for “Irregularities.”
Inquirer.net, November 15, 2012. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/307698/nbi-files-complaintagainst-2-former-pdea-chiefs-for-irregularities