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PULIS, PULIS The busiest policeman is in CALABARZON where one policeman has to watch over 1,224 people compared to 447 in CAR and 817 nationwide!
(Posted 22 February 2012)

On the average, one out of 396 Pinoys reported to the police of having been a victim of crime in 2011. Regions with low incidence of crime per 100,000 population are ARMM, MIMAROPA, and Western Visayas. Regions with high incidence of crime per 100,000 population are CAR, NCR, and Davao Region. The busiest policeman is in CALABARZON where one policeman has to watch over 1,224 people compared to 447 in CAR and 817 nationwide. ARMM has the second highest number of policemen per 100,000 population and the lowest number of reported crimes per 100,000 population. But while CAR has the highest number of policemen per 100,000 population, it also has the highest number of crimes per 100,000 population.

 

Table 1. Population, Crimes, and Policement by Region, 2011

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Sources of basic data:
Philippine National Police
Data on the number of policemen in PNP regional offices as of Sept 2011
Data on 2011 Total number of reported crimes in the PNP regional offices

Estimates for 2011 population are based on special computations made by the NSCB-Technical Staff (NSCB-TS) using the 2000 Census-based Population Projections of the NSO

Notes:
1/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the smallest population
2/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the most number of policemen
3/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the least number of crimes
4/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the highest policemen to population ratio
5/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the lowest crime to policemen ratio
6/ The region which ranked 1 is the region with the lowest crime to population ratio

 

Figure 1. Population per Policeman by Region, 2011

f1

Legend:
             
   = 50 persons


Sources of basic data:
Philippine National Police Data on the number of policemen in PNP regional offices as of Sept 2011

Estimates for 2011 population are based on special computations made by the NSCB-Technical Staff (NSCB-TS) using the 2000 Census-based Population Projections of the NSO

 

 

Figure 2. Number of Policemen per 100,000 Population
by Region, 2011

f2Legend:              

   = 10 policemen

Sources of basic data:
Philippine National Police Data on the number of policemen in PNP regional offices as of Sept 2011

Estimates for 2011 population are based on special computations made by the NSCB-Technical Staff (NSCB-TS) using the 2000 Census-based Population Projections of the NSO

 

Figure 3. Number of Crimes per 100 Policemen by Region, 2011

f3

 

Sources of basic data:
Philippine National Police
Data on the number of policemen in PNP regional offices as of Sept 2011
Data on 2011 Total number of reported crimes in the PNP regional offices

 

 

 

 

Prepared by:                                                          Under the Guidance of:

GENESIS G. CUIZON                                              ROMULO A. VIROLA
Statistical Coordination Officer                                Secretary General 
Production Accounts Division
Email: gg.cuizon@nscb.gov.ph
Tel No.: (+632)896-5372     


LEI ISABEL S. DOMINGO
Research Assistant
Small Area Estimation
Email: lisdomingo@gmail.com
Tel No.: (+632)896-7981

        

Assisted by:   

LIBERTIE MASCULINO
Statistical Coordination Officer         

DENNIS E. SAN DIEGO
Artist/Illustrator
 

 

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