THE total number of crime incidents in the country over the past 63 months is down nearly 50 percent compared to the previous five years of the previous administration, said Guillermo Eleazar, chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday October 29, 2021 from 2010 to In 2015, the PNP recorded 2.67 million criminal incidents, while only 1.36 million cases were recorded from 2016 to 2021, a decrease of 49.6 percent.

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He said this data was included in the National Crime Environment Report, which was derived from the Crime Information Reporting and Analysis System (Ciras), an electronic crime analysis tool that blotter records and incident reports from all PNP units and offices throughout Land recorded the crime incidents recorded in Mindanao with 53.81 percent. In Luzon and Visayas there was a decline of 48.42 and 45.31 percent, respectively. Eleazar said there was also a huge 67.76 percent decrease in index crime, homicides, assault, theft, robbery, rape, theft of automobiles and motorcycles, and particularly complex crimes, robbery and manslaughter, robbery and rape, robbery over that period with grievous bodily harm, robbery with arson, rape with manslaughter, kidnapping with manslaughter, kidnapping with rape and arson with manslaughter. The PNP said crime against people fell 64.68 percent, while crime against property fell 69.91 percent between 2016 and 2021. Theft, assault and robbery are the three most common types of crime since 2010 to date. But Eleazar found that the commission of these crimes has decreased, while homicide cases have decreased by 55.31 percent. The number of robbery, theft and carnapping incidents fell by 71.72 percent, 70.85 percent and 55.46 percent respectively. From 2010 to 2015 the value was 40.27 percent, while it was 78 from 2016 to 2021 .62 percent was. “All of these significant improvements in the overall picture of crime are making our employees safer and further contributing to optimistic investor confidence that is fueling economic growth despite the ongoing health crisis,” said Eleazar. (SunStar Philippines)

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