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The UNP-College of Criminal Justice Education and Open University produced thirty-two (32) new Licensed Criminologists.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 12,698 out of 41,913 passed the Criminologist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Criminology on June 12-14, 2022.

CCJE garnered an institutional passing rate of 36.36% which is higher than the national passing rate of 30.30%.

Moreover, 68.42% of the UNP-Criminology graduates were first takers and 27.54% re-takers.

The new criminologists are: Katrine Q. Amistad, Marvid J. Antiporda, Lorelyn A. Artates, Ronamyr Q. Barrey, Reynaldo Bautista, Fe Bulan, Allen Bryan A. Bundoc, Victor Karen Dumalanta, Erick James A. Cabaluna, Jocelle M. Flores, Martines Fortozo, Robin M. Gallardo, Sheric A. Gananan, Euvie Dave G. Lim, Isidro Madriaga, Mark Jefferson N. Pang-es, Mary Joy Peria, Rexcel R. Permejo, Joannah F. Peruna, Mardee Q. Quiocho, Joanna Marie F. Reintar, Ma. Bealyn D. Reyes, John Jeric C. Senen, Charriezyl Sereno, Alfonso P. Tamondong, Jack Juan G. Tano, Joseph S. Velasco and Gleth Ian Yasaรฑa.