UB CCJ studes join Nat’l Crim Congress

Six Criminal Justice students from the University of Bohol - College of Criminal Justice (UB-CCJ) took part in the 6th National Criminology Congress held at the De La Salle University (DLSU) - Dasmarinas from September 18-20, 2019.

The students took part in three events. Monna Cleo L. Veloso, John Excel C. Ligones, Jose Josua B. Tasong and Gian Kevin Q. Tamboboy took part in Disassembly and Assembly of Firearms. Donna May Olaer joined the Oratorical Declamation and Rizalee Rose S. Razo competed in Ambassadress of Criminology 2019 where she emerged as winner.

The College of Criminal Justice Education of DLSU Dasmarinas was the host of the event sponsored by the Professional Criminologists Association of the Philippines (PCAP, Inc) with the theme: “Shaping the Philippine Criminology Profession, Our Mission, Our Obligation.” It was participated in by more than 40 Criminology schools and universities all over the Philippines.

The event ended with the closing remarks from the Dr. Gerry J. Cano, President of the PCAP. He gave a motivational and inspiring message to the future law enforcers, academician and public servants of the next generation. As a point to ponder, Dr. Cano reminded the graduates that having high passing rates for Board Exam should not be a basis of how excellent a school is. He is more impressed with the schools and universities who offer quality education learning to produce the best Criminology students.

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