Part II - Barangay LGU and Record-Based Data
The following road condition can be assessed as follows:
This section takes into account the different crimes reported in the barangay. It includes information about reported cases on personal victimization experiences during the past 12 months in the barangay.
D1. Does this barangay have reported cases on the following crimes/cases during the past 12 months (01 July 2021 to 30 June 2022)?
A crime is an act or offense from a public law, which makes the offender liable to punishment under that law.
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) classified the crimes commonly asked in victimization surveys. In general, victimization experience is divided into a) personal victimization experience and b) household crime experience.
Record if the barangay has reported cases on the personal victimization experiences during the past 12 months. Tick Yes or No as provided by the respondent. If the answer is No, the system will automatically proceed to next type of crime.
Personal victimization experiences are those that affect only one person. These include crimes with contact between offender and victim (such as assault, sexual assault, street robbery) but also non-contact crimes in which the victim is deprived of personal property such as a wallet or a mobile phone. Meanwhile, household crimes cover vehicle-related crimes, housebreaking and domestic burglary, as well as damage to household and other property. Household crimes pertain to acts against vehicles and properties that are usually shared in use by the household members. (Source: Manual on Victimization Surveys, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe)
The following are the types of crime that pertain to personal victimization experiences and household crimes. All inclusions and definitions were sourced from the 2019 Philippine Standard Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (PSCCS).
A - Theft of personal property (pickpocketing, other thefts)
Theft of personal property from a person - This includes pick pocketing and bag snatching.
Other theft of personal property, n.e.c - This includes theft without breaking and entering dwelling; theft of property outside the dwelling; theft from garages or sheds and lockups with no connecting door to a dwelling; theft of a bicycle and theft of a pet.
B - Robbery (theft by using violence) – This category includes robbery from the person, and robbery of a car/vehicle.
- Robbery from the person in a public location - This includes highway robbery, street robbery, mugging, bag snatching with force.
- Robbery from the person in a private location - This includes force or threat of force used to steal during the course of a residential burglary.
- Other robbery from the person, n.e.c. - This includes robbery from a person in miscellaneous locations.
- Robbery of a car or vehicle - This includes robbery of a vehicle in transit from the person operating the vehicle or its passengers, carnapping with violence, carjacking, taxi robbery, robbery of a security van and robbery in or from a railway.
C - Psychological violence (mobbing, stalking)
- Stalking - unwanted communication, following or watching a person and cyber-stalking.
- Peering in the window or lingering outside the residence of the woman or her child
- Other acts of stalking, n.e.c.
- Harassment in the workplace
- Harassment - acts that harass or are intended to harass a person.
- Harassment by a colleague, supervisor or other co-worker in a work environment or related to employment.
- Sexual harassment related to work, education or training, workplace harassment, mobbing in the workplace and bullying in the workplace
- Other harassment
- Harassment by a person not in a work environment and unrelated to employment.
- Obstructing a duly authorized land survey.
- Mobbing or bullying outside the work place, menacing phone calls not amounting to stalking, private nuisance and acts causing alarm or distress.
D - Sexual offenses (sexual assault, rape
- Sexual violence - unwanted sexual act, attempt to obtain a sexual act, or contact or communication with unwanted sexual attention without valid consent or with consent as a result of intimidation, force, fraud, coercion, threat, deception, use of drugs or alcohol, or abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability.
- This includes sexual penetration with physical force, deception to procure sex, drug-facilitated rape; non-consensual, and sexual penetration without physical force.
- Rape - sexual penetration without valid consent or with consent as a result of intimidation, force, fraud, coercion, threat, deception, use of drugs or alcohol, abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability, or the giving or receiving of benefits.
- Rape with force - sexual penetration without valid consent inflicted upon a person with force.
- Rape without force - sexual penetration without valid consent inflicted upon a person without force.
- Statutory rape - sexual penetration with or without consent with a person below the age of consent, or with a person incapable of consent by reason of law.
- Sexual assault - unwanted sexual act, attempt to obtain a sexual act, or contact or communication with unwanted sexual attention not amounting to rape.
- This includes drug-facilitated sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual assault committed against a marital partner against her/his will and sexual assault against a helpless person.
- Physical sexual assault - Sexual assault with physical contact of a person.
- This also includes drug-facilitated sexual assault; unwanted groping or fondling; and sexual assault by abuse of position.
- Other sexual assault -Take photo or video coverage of a person or group of persons performing sexual act or any similar activity -Copy or reproduce, or to cause to be copied or reproduced, such photo or video or recording of sexual act or any similar activity -Sell or distribute, or cause to be sold or distributed, such photo or video or recording of sexual act -Publish or broadcast, or cause to be published or broadcast, whether in print or broadcast media, or show or exhibit the photo or video coverage or recordings of such sexual act or any similar activity.
E - Fraud (cheating, credit card fraud, internet fraud)
- Fraud - obtaining money or other benefit, or evading a liability through deceit or dishonest conduct.
- Financial fraud - fraud involving financial transactions for the purpose of personal gain. This includes using financial consumer products such as bank accounts, credit cards, cheques, store cards or online banking systems.
- Financial fraud against the State - procurement and contractor fraud and false claims fraud not amounting to medical fraud.
- Financial fraud against natural or legal persons - mortgage fraud, securities fraud, investment fraud, and bank fraud.
- Other acts of financial fraud - bouncing checks or issuing a check without sufficient funds; making a false or misleading statement in application, report or document filed under the financing company; among others
- Other acts of fraud - possession, creation or use of false weights for measure; medical fraud or quackery not amounting to malpractice or medical negligence; fraudulent failure to supply consumer goods or obtaining goods by fraud; false accounting; hiding or destroying money; wire fraud; insurance fraud; impersonation; fraudulent pretense of marriage; setting up or operating a pyramid scheme.
F - Corruption/bribery
- Corruption - unlawful acts as defined in the United Nations Convention against corruption and other national and international legal instruments against corruption.
- Bribery - promising, offering, giving, soliciting or accepting an undue advantage to or from a public official or a person who directs or works in a private sector entity, directly or indirectly, in order that the person act or refrain from acting in the exercise of his or her official duties.
- Active bribery - promising, offering or giving, to a public official or a person who directs or works in a private sector entity, directly or indirectly, an undue advantage in order that the official act or refrain from acting in the exercise of his or her official duties.
- This includes active bribery of a public official, active bribery of a foreign public official and of an official of a public international organization, and active bribery in the private sector.
- Passive bribery - solicitation or acceptance by a public official or a person who directs or works in a private sector entity, directly or indirectly, of an undue advantage in order that the official act or refrain from acting in the exercise of his or her official duties.
- This includes passive bribery of a public official, passive bribery of a foreign public official and of an official of a public international organization and passive bribery of an official in the private sector
- Embezzlement - misappropriation or diversion by a public official or a person who directs or works in a private sector entity of any property, public or private funds or securities or any other thing of value entrusted to the public official or person by virtue of his or her position.
- Abuse of functions - performance of or failure to perform an act, in violation of laws, by a public official in the discharge of his or her functions for the purpose of obtaining an undue advantage for himself or herself or for another person or entity.
G - Exposure to illegal drugs
- Unlawful possession, purchase, use, cultivation or production of controlled drugs for personal consumption
- Unlawful trafficking, cultivation or production of controlled drugs or precursors not for personal consumption - This includes drug cultivation not intended for personal consumption; drug production and drug trafficking.
- Other unlawful acts involving controlled drugs or precursors - unlawful handling, possession or use of controlled drugs or precursors for personal consumption and for non-personal consumption, n.e.c.
- This includes issuing, handling or dealing in forged or altered prescriptions; illicit acts involving drug paraphernalia; encouraging the consumption of controlled drugs; and unlawful advertising of controlled substances.
H - Vehicle theft (motor vehicle, car, motorcycle, bicycle; theft from vehicles)
- Theft of a motorized land vehicle – carnapping without violence. This also includes larceny of a car, van or truck and theft of a motorcycle.
- Theft of parts of a motorized land vehicle – trading of spare parts from a carnapped vehicle. This also includes theft of car tires, motors, transmission, windows, etc. This excludes siphoning oil or fuel from a motor vehicle.
- Theft of personal property from a vehicle – theft of a purse from a vehicle; theft of an electronic device from a vehicle; theft of a GPS device; and siphoning gas or oil
- Theft of a bicycle, boat or aircraft and parts. It must be noted that this excludes hijacking cars and aircraft. Hijacking of vehicles may involve assault and threat, which can be recorded in category Z.
I - Housebreaking (domestic burglary, attempted burglary)
- Burglary of permanent private residences - burglary of a house, apartment or other dwelling that is the habitual place of residence of the victim.
- Burglary of non-permanent private residences - burglary of summer houses, burglary of secondary houses, breaking, entering and stealing from hotel rooms or other temporarily rented premises.
- Attempted burglary – with or without damage to households as a result of the attempt
J - Vandalism (damage to cars, graffiti)
- There is no specific offense on vandalism for household crime at PSCCS sub-class level. But PSCCS 0504 - Property Damage includes vandalism as one of its offenses.
K - Assault and threat
- Assault refers to intentional or reckless application of physical force inflicted upon the body of a person. On the other hand, threat is any type of threatening behavior if it is believed that the threat could be enacted. The following crimes are included in this category.
- Serious assault - intentional or reckless application of serious physical force inflicted upon the body of a person resulting in serious bodily injury.
- This class includes inflicting grievous bodily harm; wounding; aggravated assault; inflicting bodily harm under aggravating circumstances; battery; acid attacks; female genital mutilation; poisoning; assault with a weapon; and forced sterilization.
- Minor assault - intentional or reckless application of minor physical force inflicted upon the body of a person resulting in no injury or minor bodily.
- This includes inflicting minor bodily harm; simple assault; pushing; slapping; kicking; hitting; drugging; and spiking.
- Serious threat - threat with the intention to cause death or serious harm.
- This includes threatening death or serious injury, threatening the death or serious injury of a family member, friend or another person.
- Minor threat - threat with the intention to cause minor harm.
- This includes threatening minor injury, threatening minor injury to a family member or friend.
- Other assaults or threats - acts causing or threatening injury or harm not described or classified in PSCCS 02011-02012.
Z – Others, specify
This category will have to be selected if the options given above did not illustrate the crime experienced by the household/household member/s. Other crimes that are not mentioned in categories A-K may include theft of business property, theft of livestock, intellectual property offenses, trafficking in persons, abduction, arson, defamation, libel, slander, discrimination, violation of personal data privacy, among others.
D2. How many cases were reported to the police?
Enter the number of reported cases for each crime reported during the past 12 months (01 July 2021 to 30 June 2022).
D3. How many cases were resolved with the assistance of the barangay LGU?
Enter the number of resolved cases for each crime reported during the past 12 months (01 July 2021 to 30 June 2022). If the case was resolved under the Lupon ng Tagapamayapa, record it under resolved case of the barangay.
D4. How many were male victims of crimes?
D5. How many were female victims of crimes?
D6. Total number of victims
Record the information on the number of crime victims by sex, i.e., male or female. The sum of the number of male and female victims must be equal to the total number of victims specified. The system automatically computes the total male and total female victims if specified. The number of victims should not be less than the number of crime.
Otherwise, if the respondent only knows the total, he/she may enter the total number.
The team supervisor assigned to verify data from the barangay may request that the blotter book be shown to him/her during time of visit to the barangay.