Statistical Indicators on Philippine Development 2006
Chapter on Peace and Order
Goal: To boost investemnt through enhanced peace and order
An ideal situation in terms of peace and order is expected to boost investment. It is unlikely that investors would venture in the country with an unstable peace and order situation. Therefore, it is inevitable to monitor the current status of our country in this context.
For the period 2004 to 2006, the following targets are not likely to be achieved : fill-up current shortage of PNP personnel, attain police-population ratio of 1:525 by 2010, and 1:500 by 2012, and solve 5% of unsolved cases. On the other hand, targets are likely to be achieved in terms of decreasing the incidence of common crimes against property and number of warrant of arrests unserved.
Strategy/Target Indicator Accomplishments versus Targets Performance
Fill-up current shortage of PNP personnel by 2006 - 2010
Proportion of PNP positions filled up
A number of policemen still needed to fill up around 5% of the authorized PNP positions
Attain Police-population ratio of 1:525 2010, and 1:500 by 2012
Policeman - to - population ratio
Targets for 2010 and 2012 are least likely to be achieved given the current trend of the population to policeman ratio
Solve 5% of unsolved cases
Crime Efficiency Solution Rate
Crime efficiency solution rate down from 2004 to 2006
Number of Reported Crimes Solved
Total number of reported crimes solved on downward trend from 2004 to 2006
Service of warrants by 20% of the number of warrants of arrest received starting 2005
Number of warrant of arrests served
Number of warrant of arrests served steadily decreased from 2004 - 2006
Number of Warrant of Arrests Unserved
Number of warrant of arrests unserved increased in 2005 but down in 2006
Efficiency of Service of Warrant of Arrests
Efficiency of service of warrant of arrests steadily down from 2004 to 2006.
'5% decrease per year in incidence of common crimes against property starting 2005 - 2010 number of reported crimes against property
Number of reported crimes against property increased from 2004 to 2005 but went down in 2006.
Posted: July 2007