PNP ACG welcomes new female trainees

The Philippine National Police-Anti-Cybercrime Group has welcomed 30 new female police trainees, according to its chief Brig. Gen. Joel Doria.

“If somebody told you that police training is easy and bliss; believe me, they are wrong. For sure there will be homesickness, fatigue, hunger, thirst, the feeling of isolation, pressure and other things that will eventually accumulate into something that will either make the Basic Recruit Course take its toll from you or make you more resistant and able to pull through,” Doria said.

“So, should you start feeling wrong to the point that you will come to think about quitting, be kind enough to yourself, to take a pause, breathe, reflect, and remember why you started,” he added.

The Police Trainees will also undergo a

six-month Public Safety Basic Recruitment Course Training in Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba, Laguna followed by another six months of Field Training Exercises before being reintegrated back to PNP-ACG.

The recruits will be subsequently turned over to the National Police Training Institute in Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna for the six-month mandatory basic training, and another six months for the Public Safety Field Training Program.

After completing the training course, the newly appointed patrol officers will be assigned to the different Regional Police Community Affairs and Development Units across the country where they are expected to act as PCAD operators and strengthen police-community relations.

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