UB alumni (from left) PLt John Smith Binwag, PLt Moises Garcia, PLt Sylvester Pisto, PLt Allen Agwaking, and PLt Morrison Imingan graduated from the PNPA as part of the SANSIKLAB Class.
Five alumni of the University of Baguio (UB) were part of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Class of 2019 who marched last March 22 at Camp Gen. Mariano Castañeda in Silang, Cavite.
PLt John Smith Binwag, PLt Moises Garcia, PLt Sylvester Pisto, PLt Allen Agwaking, and PLt Morrison Imingan graduated from the PNPA as part of the SANSIKLAB Class, which stands for Sandigan ng Mamamayan na may Sigasig na Itaguyod ang Kapayapaan at Ipaglaban ang Bayan.
PLt Binwag was the regimental commander of the SANSIKLAB Class while PLt Garcia was batallion operations officer of the Alpha Company. Meanwhile, PLt Pisto was company commander of the Delta Company while PLt Agwaking was colors officer of the Foxtrot Company. Moreover, PLt Imingan was squad leader of the Charlie Company.
PLt Binwag, who served as a UB student marshall, held the position of 1st captain at PNPA. He was responsible for the general discipline and supervision of the cadet corps, ensuring the highest standard in the performance of his functions.
On the other hand, PLt Garcia coordinated and supervised all activities and trainings of the battalion.
Meanwhile, as a Company Commander, PLt Pisto was in charge of the discipline, control, training and general proficiency and efficiency of the Delta Company. Together with the Company Supply Sergeant, PLt Pisto assumed responsibility for the safekeeping, maintenance and accounting of the firearms issued to the Company.
Moreover, PLt Agwaking’s duty was to guarantee proper care and maintenance of the colors and standards.
In addition, PLt Imingan, who ranked 10th nationwide in the April 2014 Criminologist Licensure Examination with an average of 89.60, took charge of the discipline, proper conduct and proficiency and efficiency of the squad.
PLt Garcia, PLt Pisto, PLt Agwaking, and PLt Imingan are all licensed criminologists. –Dr. Charesma Grace Killip – Lud-ayen
Dr. Charesma Grace Killip – Lud-ayen is dean of the University of Baguio School of Criminal Justice and Public Safety.