Not a single complaint for human rights violation was filed against the Philippine Army in Negros Occidental in 2014, records of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) showed.
Although the Army maintained record of zero human rights violation, 12 complaints were filed against the police last year.
A complaint was filed against a former soldier, CHR records further showed.
Still, the complaints of alleged human rights violations filed at the CHR in Negros Occidental reduced by 19 percent last year, compared to 2013, records show.
CHR provincial officer Romeo Baldevarona said they have recorded only 33 complaints of alleged human rights violations in Negros Occidental last year, compared to 41 in 2013.
Three complaints of human rights violations were filed against the New People’s Army while two against the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.
One complaint was lodged against the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency.
Topping the list of complaints are violations of Republic Act 7610, or Violence Against Women and Children Act with six; murder, five; and physical injuries, four.
The CHR provincial office in Negros Occidental has been assisting the Philippine Army and National Police in ensuring compliance with human rights laws in the province.