CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Misamis Oriental, Aug. 12 (PIA) – The Philippine National Police announces the holding of a nationwide Cadet Admission Test to all qualified applicants.
In a recent meeting of the Regional Association of Government Communication (RAGCOM) in Northern Mindanao, Police Chief Inspector Regina E. Abanales, Regional Public Information chief, Police Regional Office (PRO)-10, said the Academy will administer its cadet admission test for the four-year Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Cadetship program on October 30, 2011, 7:00 a.m. in 24 testing centers nationwide.
Qualified applicants will be considered government scholars and are entitled to monthly training allowances. Exam passers and graduates are assured of employment as inspectors in either police, fire and jail services of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).
Successful cadet applicants are entitled to receive monthly training pay and allowances.
To qualify for the cadetship program, one must be a natural born Filipino citizen; male or female, single with no legal obligation to support a child and to graduate prior to admission; aged 17-21 years old; at least 5’4” in height for male, and 5’2” for female; physically and mentally fit of good moral character and with no criminal, administrative, civil and other derogatory record.
Application forms are available at the PNP, Bureau of Fire Protection and Bureau of Jail and Management and Penology regional, police stations and Police Regional Training Schools nationwide.
Applicant must submit duly accomplished application together with a self-stamped window envelope to the Office of the Registrar or mail to: The Director, Philippine National Police Academy, Camp General Mariano Castaneda, Silang, Cavite 4129. No walk-in applicants will be allowed to take the examination. Notice of examination shall be sent through mail or visit: www.pnpa.edu.ph for the list of examinees, place of examination, test requirements and for more information. (PIA-10)