The Philippine National Police – Psychological Committee has released neurological and psychological exam results of controversial SPO3 Arthur Lascañas in the last 3 years before he retired, as per request by the Senate Committee on Public Order.
PNP conducts Neuro-psych Examination to test mental stability, adaptability and psychological functioning of active police officers on duty every year. The examination comprises several parts. It includes a 35 items Aptitude (Adaptation) Test, Guilford Zimmerman Temperament Survey, Applicant Risk Profiler, The Industrial Sentence Completion Test, Work Environment Preference Schedule (WEPS), Hand Test, and the “Drawing”.
The documents submitted to the Committee revealed that SPO3 Lascañas failed on psychological test on his last two years before his retirement.
The documents signed by P/Supt. Dr. Manuel Lorenzo, head of PNP-PC, and two psychologists and a police neurologist from Camp Crame.
According to the summary of the report, Lascañas is borderline-emotionally disturbed, suffering from ADHD (Attention Deficiency Hyperactive Disorder), temperamental, and partially depressed.
A certain C/Supt. Regidor Buenafe noted below the report that Lascañas result were waived because of his near-retirement age and were given consideration. The document also noted that the retired police officer is partially unreliable and unaccountable.
The report will be used as one of the basis of the Senate Committee if they will allow Lascañas to testify or not.
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