Caraga police to recruit 700 new cops

Published February 7, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Mike Crismundo 

CAMP COL. RAFAEL C. RODRIGUEZ, Butuan City – The regional command of Caraga Police Regional Office 13 (PRO 13) announced on Friday the hiring of applicants who want to join the Philippine National Police (PNP).

The command force of Caraga Police Regional Office 13 (PRO 13) ready for deployment for Christmas and New Year’s celebration during inspection at PRO 13 Grandstand Camp Col. Rafael C. Rodriguez, Libertad, Butuan City yesterday. (Photo courtesy of PRO 13-RPIO / Mike U. Crismundo / MANILA BULLETIN)
The command force of Caraga Police Regional Office 13 (PRO 13)  (Photo courtesy of PRO 13-RPIO / Mike U. Crismundo / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

PRO 13 Regional Director Brig. Gen. Joselito T. Esquivel, Jr. said PRO 13 was already accepting applicants willing to become a member of the PNP..

Applicants shall reach the website: to file their application through the PNP Online Recruitment Application System (PNP ORAS), a web-based and centralized recruitment application system. They can also submit their application folder directly to the recruitment section of Regional Personnel and Record Management Division of PRO13 containing the initial requirements and scan copy of the following: PSA Birth certificate, TOR/Diploma, Eligibility, and 2×2 colored picture (white T-shirt and background).

The available slots for the region are divided into two, consisting of the first cycle which has 295 slots, and the 2nd cycle with 445 slots for the year 2020.

Minimum qualifications for the applicants are the following: graduate of any four-year course or bachelor’s degree; 21-30 years old; has eligibility (NAPOLCOM entrance exam, PRC or CSC); has no criminal record; with good moral character; and has a height of at least 5’4” for male and 5’2” for female.

“Being a policeman has become a noble and attractive profession after the President raised the salaries of police officers. Today, one must be very deserving to be a lawman,” Brig. Gen. Esquivel added.