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UCPER

UNIT CRIME PERIODIC REPORT

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NCRS

National Crime Reporting System

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PROPER

Police Regional Office Periodic Report

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is concerned more with the details of the crime

National Crime Reporting System (NCRS)

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mainly concerned simply, with WHAT HAPPENED, WHERE, TO WHOM, WHY and the results of investigation.

Police Regional Office Periodic Report (PROPER)

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Is an act punishable by law.
Include felonies which are violations of RPC and Special laws

CRIME

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The number of crime incidents committed in a given area over a period of time which include the index and non-index crimes.

Crime Volume

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CRIME VOLUME FORMULA

CV=Index Crimes + Non-Index Crimes

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The number of inhabitants in a given area. The figure to be used is the medium assumption as per the records from the National Statistics Office (NSO).

Population

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The number of crime incidents in a given period of time for every 100,000 inhabitants of an area.

Crime Rate

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CRIME RATE FORMULA

CR=Crime Volume/Population x 100,000

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Crime which are serious in nature.
Crime which occur with sufficient frequency and regularity that can serve as an index to crime situation.

Index Crime

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INDEX CRIME FORMULA

Index Crime=Crime Against Person + Crime Against Property

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CRIME AGAINST PERSON FORMULA

Murder + Homicide + Physical Injury+ Rape

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CRIME AGAINST PROPERTY FORMULA

Robbery+Theft+Caranpping+Cattle Rustling

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is the percentage of solved cases out of the total number of crime incidents handled by law enforcement agencies for a given period of time.

Crime Solution Efficiency (CSE)

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CSE FORMULA

CSE = Total Solved Cases / Total Crime Volume x 100

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Solved Cases - NAPOLCOM M.C.No. 94-017 provides that:
A case shall be considered solved when the following elements concur:

The offender has been identified: there is sufficient evidence to charge him; the offender has been taken into custody; and the offender has been charged before the prosecutor's office or court of appropriate jurisdiction.
A case shall be considered solved when some elements beyond police control prevent the arrest of the offender, such as when the victim refuses to prosecute after the offender is identified or the offender dies or absconds.
The arrest of one offender can solve several crimes or several offenders may be arrested in the process of solving one crime.

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A case shall be considered cleared when at least one of the offenders has been identified; there is sufficient evidence to charge him; and, he has been charged before the prosecutor's office or any other court of appropriate jurisdiction. Included in this category are solved cases.

Cleared Case

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Is the percentage of cleared cases out of the total number of crime incidents handled by law enforcement agencies for a given period of time.

Crime Clearance Efficiency (CCE)

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CCE FORMULA

CCE = Total Cleared Cases / Total Crime Volume x 100

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is the main source of crime data.

Police Blotter

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The Adaption of a consistent and accurate crime recording standard shall require the unconditional commitment of the ______

COP, PD, RD, Station Commander.

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-should seek to gather, collate and record all crime-related incidents.

All line units

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Crime data from stakeholders and LEA shall be recorded into _____

police blotter.

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Unit Commanders shall appoint a _____

Crime registrar.

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is primarily responsible for maintenance of accurate crime data.

COP

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The COP must ensure that ____are gathered from all sources, such as: NBI, PDEA, BFAR, DENR, DSWD, BUCUS, BI and others.

crime data

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(2) PROCEDURES of Crime Data

Recording
Counting Mechanism

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(2) Recording procedure

Incident Reports
Reporting Jurisdiction