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CAR crime rate down by 8% from Oct-Nov
by PIO release

The Police Regional Office-Cordillera reported that crimes from October to November last year dropped by 8.76 percent compared to the same period the previous year.

Based on the report submitted to the Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) and the Regional Peace and Order Council during its joint meeting last month, 1,255 crimes were documented from October to November 2017, compared to the 1,145 crimes recorded in the different parts of the region during the same period last year.

There were 164 index crimes recorded last year, which is 26.12 percent lower than the 222 index crimes recorded during the similar reckoning period in 2017. Non-index crimes region-wide was 981, which is 5.03 percent lower compared to the 1,033 non-index crimes reported during the same period the previous year.

Physical injuries accounted for the most number of violations with 60 followed by theft with 38, rape – 20, carnapping – 14, murder – 12, robbery – 11, and homicide – nine.

PRO-Cor also recorded an improvement in its crime clearance efficiency after it registered 81.04 percent crime clearance efficiency compared to the 80.39 percent for the same period in 2017.

On the campaign against the proliferation of loose firearms in the region, PRO-Cor conducted 117 operations that resulted in the arrest of 45 persons, confiscation of 121 firearms, and filing of 35 cases.

Police operatives also conducted 12 anti-gambling operations that resulted in the arrest of 45 persons, confiscation of P13,732 cash bets, and filing of 12 cases.

PRO-Cor also conducted 27 anti-illegal logging operations region-wide that resulted in the arrest of 17 persons, confiscation of 9,641.2 board feet illegally sawn lumber and six chainsaws, impoundment of two motor vehicles, and filing of six cases.

Police operatives were also involved in 52 anti-illegal drug operations that resulted in the arrest of 55 persons, confiscation of 111.01 grams shabu, and uprooting of 38,450 marijuana plants and 68.74 grams dried marijuana leaves with a total market value of P12.8 million.

Police operatives arrested six alleged criminal gang members and seized from them three firearms and more than P957,000.

Two fugitives were also neutralized and six more felons were nabbed for carnapping that led to the recovery of 14 carnapped motorcycles.


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