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Eight Focus Crimes in Baguio City During the Post-Covid 19: A Situationer

Author(s) Charesma Grace K. Lud-ayen, Romel R. Bosito, Charmaine Angela Ancho, Nick R. Balunos, Emmanuel Bulan, Janette A. De Vera, Jeanette D. Manuel, Vicente P. Nayosan, Jenny M. Sansano, Reginald C. Sibug, Mark P. Ciano
Country Philippines
Abstract The study evaluated the crime trends during the post-COVID-19 pandemic, specifically the eight focused crimes identified by the law enforcers in Baguio City. It aimed to assess the changes in the occurrence and frequency of the eight focus crimes and identify the key factors contributing to any shifts in the patterns of these focus crimes during the post-pandemic period. A total of 17 police investigators participated in the study and were selected through purposive sampling. The Eight Focus Crimes include; Murder, Homicide, Physical Injury, Rape, Theft, Robbery, Car theft, and Motorcycle Theft wherein Physical Injuries, Theft, and Robbery were the most reported incidents. The study used documentary analysis and semi-structured interviews to analyze the gathered data. Based on the findings, the key factors that contributed to the shifts in the patterns of these focus crimes during the post-pandemic period were movement and travel restrictions, economic restraints, and the impact of technological advancement.
Keywords Eight Focus Crimes, Crime Trends, Crime Prevention and Reduction
Field Sociology
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-04
Cite This Eight Focus Crimes in Baguio City During the Post-Covid 19: A Situationer - Charesma Grace K. Lud-ayen, Romel R. Bosito, Charmaine Angela Ancho, Nick R. Balunos, Emmanuel Bulan, Janette A. De Vera, Jeanette D. Manuel, Vicente P. Nayosan, Jenny M. Sansano, Reginald C. Sibug, Mark P. Ciano - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.19022
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.19022
Short DOI https://doi.org/gttbh5

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