Cavite Board Member Ivee Asuncion Reyes is thankful that shorties can serve in govt
Who says short men and women aren’t good enough for the uniformed service?
As a petite person herself, Cavite Board Member Ivee Asuncion Reyes is happy about the new law that adjusts the minimum height requirement for applications to the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, and Bureau of Corrections.
Under the new law, the minimum height limit for males was set at 5’2, down from 5’4.
For women, it was set at 5 feet, down from 5’2.
In a Facebook post, Reyes said those who share her size can apply before these offices.
She thanked Cavite Rep. Dahlia Loyola and other proponents of the measure for pushing this to become a law.
Even the small can be mighty!
“Para sa mga kasing height ko, pwde na po mag apply sa PNP, BFP, BJMP and BUCOR.
Salamat po Congresswoman Dahlia Loyola at sa mga nagsulong ng batas na ito,” Reyes posted.
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