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JCR. 2020; 7(11): 274-278


EFFECTIVENESS OF BARANGAY TANOD IN CRIME PREVENTION IN CENTRAL REGION OF ANGADANAN, ISABELA

Donald Sumad-On.

Abstract
Crime prevention process emanates from the local form of the government to ensure the safety of all its constituents whom the barangay tanod has the biggest role within the barangay. The study made a Qualitative-descriptive research and purposive sampling technique with the used of questionnaire as a tool in gathering the data from 34 Barangay Tanods and 30 Barangay Officials within the Central Region of Angadanan, Isabela. The researcher used the following statistical instruments: simple frequency, percentage, weighted mean, chi-square, and t-test.. Results of the study showed that the barangay tanod are moderately effective in preventing crime because of improper routine of duties and functions like conduct patrol or ronda, conduct surveillance to surreptitious person, and detection of hazard in different establishments and to include lack of sufficient orientation. majority of the respondent belong to age range 36 -40 years old, male, married, vocational graduates and have 10-12 years of experience as Barangay Tanod. It also reveals that the The Barangay Tanods encountered serious problems in crime prevention in the following aspects: lack of vehicle when conducting patrol, insufficient training like self-defense techniques, and insufficient equipment like baton, handcuff and other equipment for crime prevention.

Key words: barangay tanod, crime prevention, conduct patrol.



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