For traffic there is LTO, Land Traffic Office and the TMC, Traffic Management Center.
LTO has a lot of jurisdiction concerning traffic enforcement, but from my observations they are usually out checking drivers licenses and public transportation vehicles.
You will see TMC officers at many traffic intersections directing traffic. Even if there is a traffic light you will usually see a man in a green uniform directing traffic and trying to keep it moving.
Unfortunately or maybe fortunately TMC offices have no vehicles. So if your not at an intersection, there is no rules or penalties for driving infractions. Cars will make turns from the wrong lane, drive on incoming traffic lanes or just drive crazy as is mostly the rule here.
If you do get stopped and receive a ticket, your drivers license will be surrendered to the officer and then you have to go to the LTO office and spend a good part of the day to pay your fine and get your license back. If the infraction is bad, or if you were in an accident, you might have to go to one or more seminars giving at LTO.
I have only heard this recently, and cannot find documented proof, but what I heard was the Mayor has removed the ability of TMC officers to give traffic citations. If this is true, there will be more crazy driving since there is few out there able to enforce the traffic laws.