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NCRPO welcomes new patrolwomen, non-uniformed personnel

The National Capital Region Police Office now has more women on the force.

Brig. Gen. Jose Hidalgo Jr., Deputy Regional Director for Administration, administered the oath to 86 newly-appointed patrolwomen and 97 non-uniformed personnel.

The patrolwomen are on temporary status, but they are already part of the NCRPO and would get the same benefits as regular police officers.

Their status would be made permanent once they pass rigid disciplinary training that consists of the NCRPO Orientation Program, militaristic and field training program on patrol, investigation, and traffic on-the-job duties.

Hidalgo congratulated the new members of the police force and relayed the message of NCRPO chief Brig. Gen. Jonnel Estomo.

Estomo urged the new recruits to do what is right and to avoid illegal activities.

“I expect that all of you would do your job right and avoid getting involved in illegal activities that could damage not only our organization but your name and your family as well. Always remember, Life is beautiful so let us all work together to raise and uphold the level of discipline, efficiency and proficiency within our organization. And to our newly recruits, let us be one to keep our region a safe place to live, where people are protected thru S.A.F.E NCRPO,” he said.