PNP maritime group recruits new personnel PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 23 April 2016 13:49

By ALLEN ABASTILLAS

 

The Philippine National Police’s Maritime Group is now recruiting young professional, active and educated persons who want to join the police force.

Supt. Salbino C. Piad, chief, Regional Maritime Unit-9, said that  applicants must bring their educational and professional records at  his office in Baliwasan Seaside.    Qualifications of applicants are: Must be 21 to 30 years old, college graduate with police eligibility from the National Police Commission or Civil Service Commission or board passer or license from the Professional Regulation Commission and PD 907, with a height of 5’4 for male and 5’2 for female, physically and mentally fit.

Requirements are:  Applicants must fill up the Civil Service PDS ( Revised 2005 ), NSO birth certificate authenticated, original transcript of records and  diploma. clearances from the barangay, police, NBI, mayor, prosecutor, MTC & RTC. Two 2x2 photos and white picture with name tag/bust size and one whole body picture, certificate of good moral character issued by the college and university where they graduated and two valid identification cards. Most important of all the applicants must know how to swim in deep water rigidly and combatly.

Meanwhile, RMU 9 Regional Senior Executive Officer SPO1 Randy K. Grageda reported to Supt. Piad that he led a feeding program and  distribution of notebooks and pencils to the 200 nursery  students of Markaz Al Ummah in Barangay San Roque recently. The purpose of the program  is to reach out to less fortunate children and share them with goods because maritime police is a partner and friend to help at all times and also to love the community and share blessings.

Sheikh Mohammad Abdelraouf, director of the Markaz Al Ummah,  a non –government  organization, thanked the PNP maritime personnel for extending graces to the nursery schoolers. — Allen Abastillas