LAUS Group of Companies President Paul A. Laus was recently inducted as Adopted Member of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) “Kaagapay” Class 1996 in befitting ceremonies.
In the citation given by Class President Police Colonel Robin King Sarmiento, acting director of Pampanga Police Provincial Office, Laus was conferred “with all the rights and privileges thereunto appertaining and is now officially listed in its rolls.”
The recognition was recommended and approved by the Committee on Membership and Class Officers.
For his part, Laus thanked the members of the PNPA Kaagapay Class 1996, citing the recognition as an honor and privilege.
“I feel privileged and honored to have been given this recognition by the Kaagapay Class which is made up of gallant officers who serve the country with dedication,” Laus said.
Members of the Kaagapay Class include Patrol Partylist Congressman Jorge Bustos, who is also a Capampangan like Laus.
Under the charter of the PNPA Alumni Association, conferment of adopted membership is given to those who are officially adopted by any PNPA class organization and inducted in a formal ceremony held for the purpose. (SunStar Pampanga)
RECOGNITION. Laus Group of Companies President Paul A. Laus (2nd from right) accepts the recognition as adopted member of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) “Kaagapay” Class 1996 in a recent induction ceremony. Joining him are (L-R): Kaagapay Class President Police Colonel Robin King Sarmiento, acting director of Pampanga Police Provincial Office, Marvie Laus, and Police General Rhodel Sermonia, acting chief of Directorial Staff of the PNP. (Contributed photo)
December 05, 2021
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