Role of Civil Society on Crime Prevention in Developing Country Philippines


Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 1 - January

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An environment that is safe, secure, and orderly is necessary for the attainment of the Filipino people's long-term vision of a matatag, maginhawa, and panatag na buhay for everyone. This primary goal of this study determined the role of civil society in crime prevention in the Municipality of San Jose, Camarines Sur, Philippines. This study combined quantitative and qualitative research methods in order to ascertain the roles of civil society in the PNP's crime prevention in the study sites. The study's findings suggested that the Philippine National Police, civil society organizations, barangay officials like the barangay captain, sanguniang bayan member, and barangay tanod, as well as the local population, are aware of the civil society's limitations in terms of its ability to prevent crime in the San Jose municipality of Camarines Sur. Consequently, we require a solid relationship between the police department and the community in order to strengthen our crime prevention strategies. The government has a responsibility to make sure that all Filipinos can go about their social, economic, and business activities without fear of harm coming to them or their property when walking and traveling across the entire nation. Furthermore, the government must protect national interests, territory, and sovereignty as the nation strives for greater economic development.

Keywords : Role of Civil Society, Crime Prevention, Developing Country, Philippines


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