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ARMMTC Accepts New Police Recruits From PRO ARMM

    Two hundred fifteen (216) police recruits under the CY 2016 Recruitment Program Attrition Quota were accepted by the ARMM Training Center Training Director PSUPT GREG ABING SOLIBA last February 1, 2017 after they were turned over by the PRO ARMM Chief RPHRDD JOHN RODERICK A MORALES in a separate ceremony held at the PRO ARMM Grandstand, Camp BGen Salipada K Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.
         The new police recruits are the participants of the Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC) Class Number 2017-01 composed of forty three (43) females and one hundred seventy two (172) males.
            During their arrival and entry to the portals of the ARMM Training Center, they were subjected to a Showdown Inspection of their things and a Briefing on the House Rules was done by Deputy Training Director PCI HERRY C GUBAT, ATAB Chief. PSUPT GREG ABING SOLIBA facilitated the issuance of the beddings.
            ARMMTC ensured the safety and welfare of the new police recruits as strict implementation of the standard operating procedures and close monitoring of their health status by the resident nurses were observed.

 

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