New PNPA director hails from Bacolod City


BACOLOD CITY, April 3 (PNA) — Chief Supt. Noel Gicano Constantino, the new director of Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) in Silang, Cavite, is a native of this city.

PNPA, the top training school for police force and future police officers, is the Philippine National Police’s equivalent of the military’s Philippine Philippine Military Academy in Baguio City.

Prior to his appointment as PNPA director, Constantino served as PNP’s deputy director of the directorate for personnel and records management.

PNP Director General Alan Purisima has instructed Constantino to institute reforms in PNPA’s management, increase the standards of training and improve the quality of its graduates.

Constantino finished his elementary and secondary studies from the Immaculate Conception School and St. Joseph School- La Salle in Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod City in 1975 and 1979, respectively.

In 1984, he graduated from PMA and was installed to rank of Chief Superintendent by then Chief PNP Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome on Sept. 7, 2012. (PNA)
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One thought on “New PNPA director hails from Bacolod City

  1. have a good day!just a few minutes ago,I encountered a man whom I believed to be a policeman because of his plate PNPA..I’m inside my car parked in front of his gate..That’s why I didn’t left my car so anytime someone wants to get through that gate I’ll be always on alert,right? i had nowhere to park at that moment but this ignorant,bad mannered police officer,aside from impatiently hooting too loud where everyone in his neighborhood witnessed he also shouted at me in bad words..and not in only one instances that I had encountered a policeman like that..do you think they deserve to be respected as policeman?he must be more considerate to others ..where is the manner of a POLICEman?so I hope and pray that you could train these so called POLICEmen to behave in such a way that people would respesct them..thank you very much!

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