Criminology students are the future officers who serve and protect people. They are properly trained and go through hard training to be able to fit as duly respectful officers. But what if these future police officers show some disrespectful act? Do they still eligible for public trust?
These criminology students are the people following the footsteps of brave policemen implementing peace and security throughout the country to ensure the safety of the public.
They should also set as a good example in speech, conduct, and purity towards other people in order to be a good police officer in the future.
The future public servants should also be careful with their actions in order to gain the respect of the public proving that they can do their duties and responsibilities properly in the future.
Recently, a video footage of the criminology students showing a disrespectful act while a caravan went viral and garnered criticisms from the social media users. A Facebook user named “Jhaneth Tomas” has uploaded the video footage of numerous students from the Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) showing a disrespectful act during a caravan.
In the video, it can be seen that the students were riding without a helmet, plate number, and other acts violating traffic rules and regulations.
The students even disrespect their own school by showing dirty finger embarrassing their school. And upon knowing through Facebook comments, they did this upon entering the location of another college school which is the Philippine Marine Institute (PMI)
The social media users also lambasted the student because of their disrespectful act. Here are some of the comments.
Watch the full video footage here:
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