TACLOBAN CITY – Batch SIMANDIPI (Sigaw ng Mandirigma Pinili) finished their 270 hours on-the-job training at Camp Ruperto Kangleon in Campetic, Palo Leyte, Forensic Unit 8 (RFU 8) last Friday, April 26.

SIMANDIPI is the Bachelor of Science in Criminology, graduating class of 2024 from Leyte Colleges, this city.

Attended by their supervisor, Police Lieutenant Gringo Fabella, the event started at 8 am with an opening remarks and program preliminaries followed by the message to the attendees, supervisors, and completers by Hannah Orsilino.

According to a completer, “I experienced all sorts of things related to forensic and crime scene – I learned a lot from our supervisors and the people guiding us. I learned how to process a crime scene properly and identify fingerprints along with DNA. During lectures, an intern will really have that sufficient knowledge in preparation for job employment and I believe here in RFU 8 and PDEA, they know how to handle, train, and educate their people, that’s why, I learned a lot in here – my last agency.”

Further, the graduating class shared their warm appreciation to the focal people relevant to their career enhancement and preparation towards the real-world experiences after graduation.