CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga - A total of 135 erring policemen from Central Luzon Region have graduated from Character and Aptitude Training Reformation and Transformation on Tuesday.
Chief Superintendent Aaron Aquino, Central Luzon Police Regional Office director, said that the erring policemen underwent the training for three months.
“This is part of our internal cleansing program and I am glad that we have already produced graduates,” Aquino said.
He said the erring policemen who graduated from the training will not go back to their respective police stations but will be re-assigned to the Regional Public Safety Battalion.
Aquino said they will not stop the training for erring policemen.
“We will continue to improve the image of the police force in order to achieve our mission of changing the negative public perception on the Philippine National Police to a positive one and be credited, once again, as a highly capable, effective, and credible police force,” he said. (Ric Sapnu)
Published in the SunStar Pampanga newspaper on June 16, 2017.
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