BAGUIO CITY – a woman is ahead of her class in the Police National Training Institute (PNTI), Philippine Public Safety College, Public Safety Field Training Course (PPSC-PSFTC) here.
PO1 Glory Anne Annayo Bacani who garnered 92.54 topped the graduating thirty four (34) strong Police Officer 1 (PO1) of the Philippine Public Safety College, Cordillera Administrative Region Training Center (PPSC-CARTC) who successfully completed the prescribed Program of Instruction (POI) and earned 1,920 credits.
The 34 strong CARTC ‘Magasat” Class of 2014-02, all from Baguio City are the latest batch to graduate from the PPSC National Police Training Institute under the Public Safety Field Training Program (PSFTP) headed by CARTC Regional Training Director P/Insp. Pergentino Malabed Jr., Asst. Regional Training Director PC/Insp. Ruel Tagel and Chief of Academic Affairs Division Ma. Regina Loreta Catral.
Included in the top ten graduates are PO1 Jasper Jon Saltin Ducay (91.46), PO1 Dennis Immoliap Dulnuan (91.36), PO1 Gerald Millare Montorio (91.27), PO1 Zalde Facheran Sabaway (91.10), PO1 Adelson Dave Bumay-et ((90.99), PO1 Kevin Rose Paeng Palmares (90.81), PO1 Larry Manghi Puguon (90.79), PO1 Joemar Kililit Sumacbay (90.44), PO1 Abraham Jr. Maga-ao Domino (90.27) and PO1 Laurence Attiw Lucio (90.27).
The program covers the period September 17, 2014 to September 9, 2015 and is designed to equip PNP recruits with the knowledge, skills, attitude and discipline required in the performance of their duties as public safety officers.
Mayor Mauricio Domogan who was the guest of honor and speaker during the commencement exercises challenged the graduates to be the light that will illuminate the dark portions of society.
“I know that your training here in this institution will help you accomplish the task assigned to you, to serve and protect the people,” he said.
“I hope that you will not be involved in any bad vices in the course of your work,” Domogan stressed.
Domogan said, “the graduates should instead strive to be model police officers that the public can look up to and their families can be proud of.”
The PPSC was established as per Republic Act 6975 or the Department of Interior and Local Government Act of 1990 to be a premier educational institution for training, human resource development and continuing education of all personnel of the Philippine National Police (PNP), the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
Its core value SERVICE (Servanthood, Excellence, Responsibility and Accountability, Valuing People and Respect for Human Rights, Integrity, Courage, Empowerment) is instilled in every cadet as their inner strength and has become their guiding principle as they perform their bounded duties in the interest of public service./Paul Rillorta