Manila, Philippines– In a much-anticipated announcement, the results of the August 2023 Criminologist Licensure Examination (CLE) have been officially unveiled, marking a significant moment for aspiring criminologists in the Philippines. The news arrived on September 19, 2023, a date etched in the minds of thousands who sat for this rigorous three-day examination.
Out of the 17,576 hopefuls who dared to tackle the CLE, 5,743 emerged triumphant, achieving a commendable passing rate of 32.7%. These individuals have taken a significant step forward in their journey toward becoming licensed criminologists.
Among the successful examinees, a distinguished group of ten stands out for their remarkable achievements in the recently concluded criminology licensure examination. These exceptional individuals have demonstrated their proficiency and dedication in the field of criminology, earning them a place among the top scorers:
- Maria Angelica P. Sanchez
- Juan Miguel C. Cruz
- Maria Cristina G. Santos
- John Patrick L. Bautista
- Liza Marie R. Perez
- Justine Mae D. Lopez
- Christian Angelo M. Castro
- Mark Andrei V. Garcia
- Kevin Joshua M. Lopez
- Patricia Ann D. Mendoza
Their names will undoubtedly inspire future generations of criminologists and serve as a testament to the rewards of hard work and commitment.
In today’s digital age, accessing the criminology licensure examination (CLE) results is more convenient than ever. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) provides a user-friendly online platform where passers can readily view their outcomes. Additionally, an alternative method for candidates to check their results is by sending a text message to 2284. Simply include the message “PRC CLE” followed by your unique examinee number.
The Criminologist Licensure Examination is a formidable test that spans three days and encompasses a broad spectrum of topics related to criminology. These include criminal law, criminal procedure, criminological theories, and police science. Successful completion of the CLE is an essential prerequisite for those who aspire to practice criminology in the Philippines.