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PNPA graduating cadets dispatched for job training in Isabela

Ilagan, Isabela (February 5) -- At least six first class PNPA cadets who are lined-up to be Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) graduates and soon to be police inspectors after graduation this coming March 2010 are up for actual police work exposure in relation to the PNPA's Cadet Attachment Program.

The six cadets will be deployed initially to the different sections of the Isabela Police Provincial Office before they will be deployed to two police stations in the province.

The cadets, two from the province of Isabela and four from Cagayan province, were deployed by the PNPA leadership to arm them with important basic knowledge in real police work in their future assignments.

Newly-promoted Police Superintendent Roberto Bucad, Isabela Police Provincial Office's-Police Community Relations (IPPO-PCR) chief, said that the said six cadets will initially be assigned in the different sections in the IPPO before they will be dispatched in Cauayan City and to the province's capital town of Ilagan police stations.

PNPA Cadet First Class TJ Dago of Delfin Albano, Isabela said that staying in the academy for four years is a great opportunity because once accepted as cadet, all expenses are subsidized by the government plus each cadet will already be receiving salary while in the academy and upon graduation, become a PNP commission officer with the rank of inspector.

Dago said he felt elated seeing the actual police work and was more inspired to do police wok and serve the country with pride and honor.

He urged his fellow youth in the province to be part of the police force especially becoming a police official by trying their luck to apply this coming selection of cadetship in the Philippine National Police Academy which will be conducted this October 2010.

The other five police cadets were Jefferson Matusira of Iguig Cagayan, Rexon Casauay of Baggao, Cagayan, Fernando Manuel of Enrile, Cagayan, Mark Turingan of Peņa Blanca, Cagayan and Joey Ventura of Naguilain, Isabela. (PIA Isabela) [top]

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