CCJE Salutes 28 Class Alakdan Registered Criminologists

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The College of Criminal Justice Education hosted a testimonial dinner for the new registered criminologists who passed the Criminologist Licensure Exam conducted last November 29-December 1, 2019.

Ms. Melvie F. Bayog, MSCrim, CST - CCJE Dean welcomed the honorees, parents and guests. The school president, Fr. Jonathan R. Domingo, OMI took the opportunity to congratulate the honorees and acknowledged the effort of the Department for producing excellent number of passers.

Ms. Evelyn P. Albrando, MSCrim - CCJE faculty introduced the guest speaker.

Patrolman Elthon John Alcantara, RCrim, an outstanding alumnus who is now based in Regional Mobile Force Battalion XI under Action PNCO of Technical Support Company, was in awe to be invited as the guest speaker of the night.

Alcantara shared his journey to the honorees and to the future criminologists, his talk heightened one’s determination and perseverance to become a member of the prestigious circle of Registered Criminologists.

Ali Asgar Pagao, RCrim gave his challenge while Aizabel Talamillo, a second year BSCrim student responded to the challenge.

The honorees, Wellme Eco, RCrim, Arwin Fragata, RCrim, Christian Harve Aquita, RCrim, Judy Ann Alibo, RCrim, and Gesam Samir Bantulinay, RCrim shared their testimonies.

Mr. Jay C. Candidier, RCrim - CCJE faculty delivered his closing remarks.
A scrumptious dinner, awarding of special citations and socialization wrapped up the testimonial dinner.

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