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139 WV cops face raps
BY ADRIAN NEMES III

There are 139 policemen in Region 6, one from Bacolod City, who are facing suspension and dismissal from service for alleged grave offenses, National Police Commission Region-6 head Honey Grace Parredes said yesterday.

Parredes, who led the inspection of the Bacolod City Police Office, said that these policemen were charged for grave misconduct.

To make sure that police recruits adhere to the PNP rules, Parredes said, the members of the PNP recruitment board with the NAPOLCOM will meet to discuss the improving the recruitment process before the start of the new hiring in the second quarter of the year.

Parredes also went to the Regional Training School of Police Regional Office-6 in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City to meet its Director Supt. Hector Maestral, and discuss the study modules of their recruits.

They discussed other possible seminars they can provide to the recruits to boost their capability as new policemen and women, Parredes said.*APN

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