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Reported Index and Non-Index Crimes by Year, Region, Type of Crime and Parameter
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Contact and information

Information

Unit
as indicated
Contact
Knowledge Management and Communications Division
Philippine Statistics Authority
5th flr., PSA CVEA Bldg,
East Avenue, Quezon City
Tel: (+632) 462-6600 loc. 810
kmcd.staff@psa.gov.ph
Latest update
10/9/2018
Update frequency
Annual
Next update
10/8/2019
Survey
National Crime Reporting System (NCRS)
Creation date
10/8/2018
Source
Philippine Statistics Authority and source of basic data - Philippine National Police (PNP)
Matrix
1H8ECCE0
Footnotes

Footnotes

Since 2009, the Philippine National Police (PNP) has adopted the National Crime Reporting System (NCRS) that is now being implemented in all PNP units to report crime incidents to the National Headquarters for centralized recording.
The old method of crime reporting from the field called Police Regional Office Periodic Report (PROPER) was revised to come up with the Unit Crime Periodic Report (UCPER).
To effectively implement the new crime reporting system, all PNP units were required to submit the duly accomplished UCPER to the National Headquarters for consolidation into the NCRS. All crime incidents, whether reported by the victim(s), witness(es) or third party (ies), must be recorded in the Police Blotter (the main source of crime data which shall be the basis for preparing and accomplishing the UCPER).
Significant changes in crime reporting were noted with the inclusion of specific violations of special laws such as carnapping and cattle rustling; and
addition of crime cleared data that enumerates the number of crime incidents filed in court; that is, crime solution rate will be quantified only if the court issued a decision.
Under the current system of crime measurement and analysis, data for 2009 was set as the baseline for future research, study and comparison.
Thus, crime statistics in 2009 cannot be compared with those data obtained in the previous years (2008 and earlier) since the parameters were no longer the same.
Type of Crime
Index Crimes refer to crimes that are serious in nature and occur with sufficient frequency and regularity for them to serve as index in crime analysis.
These include the following: (a) crimes against persons; and (b) crimes against property.
Non-Index Crimes refer to crimes that do not fall under index crimes