UB bares 28 new criminologists



The University of Bohol College of Criminology has added its long list of criminologists after 29 of its examinees recently hurdled the April 2014 Criminology Licensure Examination.

Former Police Chief Inspector Jesus C. Acullador, college dean bared the names of the successful criminologists, RJ Lyn Auxillo, Ramil L. Bautista, Peter C. Bernasor, Ronald Caresosa, Elvin O. Dablo, Ronald Hingpit, Ramel A. Javier, Wayne T. Lapiz, Glenn S. Lofranco, Rey P. Mandanguit, Lucila G. Magallanes, Elsie B. Miculob, Ruel B. Mumar,Joseph B. Muring, Loreth Olarita, Dennis I. Opeña, Wilson C. Pera, Jundie E. Perocho, Joseph B. Pintac, Miqueas L. Publico, Christine Marie N. Ranario, Anthony F. Reños, Guia Anne P. Saturos, Jerry S. Sendo, Leizl O. Sentorias, Analie G. Turtoga, Warlito F. Villahermosa and Dennis H. Villanueva.

UB has registered an overall passing average of 36.25% compared to the national passing average which is 33.79%. Per record of the Professional Regulation Commission, the University of Bohol is still on top among other criminology schools in the province of Bohol in terms of passing percentage. It also ranked second in Region VII for schools with more than 50 examinees. (L.A.Boncales)