16 Admirals pass Criminologist exam

SIXTEEN ALUMNI of Cordillera Career Development College’s College of Criminal Justice Education (CCDC-CCJE) were among the 4,139 examinees who passed the Licensure Examination for Criminologists conducted last April.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the results on Thursday, May 4, which saw a national passing rate of 31.84 percent out of 13,000 examinees.

CCDC submitted a 41.03 percent overall passing rate, with a 71.43 percent passing rate for first takers.

The new licensed criminologists are Jeysie Abag, Jayzer Jim Balaybay, Coney Celine Bastian, Venus Pearl Beray, Janelle Faye Bugtong, Melwin Diwas, Anabell Gantoc, Laila Gomoyod, Kurt Christian Marrero, Gem Darryl Morca, Rhona Ngaya-an, jeckerson Ngayaan, Reynante Piay, Samuel Sacnit, Jomar Selga, and Michael Walito.

The dates and venues for the oathtaking ceremonies of the new successful examinees will be announced later, according to PRC.

“We join our newly licensed Admiral criminologists in celebrating this milestone with their families and communities. May they find success in the field of Criminal Justice or whichever career paths they may take,” said school President Sherry Junette Malaya-Tagle.

Tagle said the school is currently gearing up for the same licensure examination set this August. CCDC offers a Criminal Review Program which conducts face-to-face lecture sessions, assessments, and group study facilitation with coaching.*

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