5 PNPA GRADUATING cadets delisted


FIVE cadets of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) were delisted from this year’s batch of more than 200 cadets to march in the premiere police academy’s 37th commemoration exercise held in Silang, Cavite on Thursday. Chief Insp. Ritchie Yatar, PNPA spokesman told reporters that the five cadets were placed under investigation after they were found to have violated the academy’s Code of Conduct. Yatar said that if results on the probe conducted by the Honor Committee are not favorable, the cadets will be automatically expelled from the academy. Among the grounds for dismissal in the PNPA are lying, stealing and cheating, similar to those of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA).

Anthony Vargas


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  1. Lying, stealing and cheating? Isn’t that a prequalification to be a government employee!