Police Regional Office 6 (PRO6) got a much-needed boost as one hundred (100) police recruits took oath as members of Philippine National Police on Monday, November 8, 2021 in PRO6 headquarters, Camp Gen Martin Teofilo B Delgado, Iloilo City.

Western Visayas top cop, Police Brigadier General Rolando F Miranda administers their Oath.

In his message, he reminded the PNP recruits to commit themselves to training. So much is expected from them since they are already a government property and subject to rules, policies and regulations governing the organization.

“You are very lucky to pass all the requirements set forth by the PNP for you to be appointed as patrolman and patrolwoman on a temporary status” Miranda added.

These 100 recruits are composed of 84 males and 16 females.

Reception rites followed after the oath taking ceremony.

This is a tradition of the PNP to prepare the recruits physically and give them insights on what to expect in the training center. The Reception is just a beginning, a step of removing the “civilian antiques” of the recruits and letting them embrace the regimented way of life.

“Ngayon magsisimula ang bagong yugto ng buhay ninyo and you will be trained to be a public servant, wag niyong sayangin ang pinaghirapan ninyo. Pagbutihin niyo ang training at isapuso. We have to commit ourselves to be of service to the nation”.says Miranda

These police trainees will undergo a six-month Public Safety Basic Recruit Course at The Regional Training Center 6, Bakyas, Mansilingan, Bacolod City, then followed by another six months of Field Training Program. These are requisites for their permanency.


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Police Brigadier General Rolando Miranda, Police Regional Office 6 Director administered the oath taking ceremony of the 100 recruits of PRO6 at Camp Martin Teofilo B Delgado, Iloilo City today, November 8. (Photo by: RPIO, PRO6)