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PHILIPPINE STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS

Institute of Engineering and Technology

ASSESSMENT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY


THE CAMPUS SECURITY AND SAFETY OFFICE (CSSO) OF PHILIPPINE
STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS VILLAMOR AIR BASE CAMPUS

ADEMIS, REINIEL

BERBA, MATTHEW MOSES

CAPITO, DYESALYN

MAGADIA, MARK JOSEPH

MANALO, KEITH IVAN

OFIAZA, AARON KING

SANTIAGO, MATT CHRISTIAN

BSAeE 5-2
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Chapter IV

PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

This chapter presents the results, analysis and interpretations of the data

collected through the survey questionnaire which aims to answer all of the

questions in chapter one. Figures and or tables were provided for clearer

understanding. In order to gain a scientific result, the researchers employed

analytical tools and scientific interpretation of the data.

Profile of the Participants

The survey questionnaire briefly collects a short general profile to provide

information about each respondent. The respondents were also provided a short

description of the questionnaire employed in the study to specifically detail the

means of data collection, the analysis process, and the facilitation of data

interpretation used within this study. To generalize to populace of the

respondents, the researchers uses the formula for computing the percentage and

frequency of the respondent's age and genders divided to each Institutional

departments and Administration shown in tables 3.1-10. Security officer profiles

were also summarized according to their respective trainings and qualifications.


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Demographic Profile of Participants

1. Age

Table 1
TOTAL PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE STATE
COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS PARTICIPANTS IN TERMS OF AGE

Percentage
Age INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN Total
(%)
16-19 46 38 54 70 208 50.7%
20-24 49 44 36 31 160 39.0%
25-29 6 26 32 7.8%
30-above 2 8 10 2.4%
410 100%

Table 1 shows the total percentage distribution of all participants involved


in the study in terms of age.

It is shown in the table that 50.7% or 208 out of 410 participants are aged

16-19 years old; 39% or 160 out of 410 participants are aged 20-24 years old;

7.8% or 32 out of 410 participants are aged 25-29; and. 2.4% or 10 out of 410

participants are only aged 30-above.


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Figure 1
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE RESPONDENTS FROM THE PHILIPPINE
STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS IN TERMS OF AGE
80

60
16-19

40 20-24
25-29
20
30-Above
0
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 1 is a histograph that implicitly shows that the Senior High School

participants have the most respondents aged 16-19 years old; the Institute of

Engineering and Technology has the most participants aged 20-24 years old; the

Administrative participants have the most respondents aged 25-29 and 30-above

years.

Figure 2
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE RESPONDENTS FROM THE
PHILIPPINE STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS IN TERMS OF AGE

16-19
20-24
25-29
30-ABOVE
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Figure 2 is the pie chart that shows that the majority of the respondents

are aged 16-19 and that the least amount of respondents are aged 30-above with

participants aged 20-24 years and 25-29 years as the remaining respondents.

2. Gender

Table 2
Total Percentage Distribution of the Philippine State College of
Aeronautics Participants in terms of Gender

Percentage
Gender INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN Total
(%)
Male 66 46 38 24 28 202 49%
Female 29 44 52 46 37 208 51%
410 100%

Table 2 shows the total percentage distribution of all participants involved in the
study in terms of gender.

Presented in the table is the demographic profile of the respondents in

terms of their gender. It shows that majority of the participants, 51% or 208 out of

410 participants are female. While only 49% or 202 out of 410 participants are

male.
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Figure 3
Data Distribution of the Respondents from the Philippine State
College of Aeronautics in terms of Gender

70
60
50
40
Male
30
Female
20
10
0
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 3 is a histograph that implicitly shows that the Institute of


Engineering and Technology hold the most male respondents and that the
Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences hold the most amount of Female
respondents.

Figure 4
Total Data Distribution of the Respondents from the Philippine
State College of Aeronautics in terms of Gender

Male
Female

Figure 4 pie chart shows that there is an almost equal amount of male and

female participants within the study with females at 51% and males with 49%.
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Demographic Analysis of Security Personnel

1. Age

Table 3
TOTAL NUMBER OF THE SECURITY PERSONNEL IN THE PHILIPPINE
STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS PARTICIPANTS IN TERMS AGE
Age (Range) No.

16-19

20-24

25-29 1

30-above 9

9 out of 10 Security Personnel have the age 30 and above. This implies

that the security personnel were in average age requirement fitted for the job.

2. Previous Job

In the survey conducted, 6 of 10 security personnel employed in the

campus as of now were also in security line of work in their previous job. Other

previous job includes Janitorial, Messenger, Construction Worker, Traffic Officer,

and Support Staff.


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The data shows that 60% of current sample have been in security duties

before getting employed in PhilSCA as a security personnel. More than half of

them have a background about security from their previous job.

3. Total Working Hours

All security personnel respondents have a current total of 8 hours per day

as their working hours. It is the average and standard working hours in almost

any other company.

4. License

7 out of 10 respondents have a Security Officer License. There were also

2 with Aviation Security License. This proves that almost 70% of the Security

Personnel have their license in terms of providing security for the whole campus.

5. Training

Most of the security personnel received their training in PhilSCA. 100% of

the respondents have also received a security training making them legible as

security personnel. Golden Triangle Security Training, Venard Security Training,

Supervisory Training and PAF Military Orientation Training were also listed in

disseminated questionnaires.
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Presentation of Findings

The following data presents the results of the questionnaire regarding the

problems to be assessed in Chapter 1. Each section is sorted according to

problem and then further categorized according to institution.

I. Access Control

Table 4
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. College Gates are always guarded
2.82 Satisfied
and secured.
b. Vehicle access is regulated and
2.78 Satisfied
controlled.
c. Controlled areas are secured and
2.59 Satisfied
locked.
d. Campus Safety and Security Office is
2.95 Satisfied
always accessible.
e. Faculty offices are controlled with
2.69 Satisfied
restricted access.
f. Administrative offices are always
2.95 Satisfied
secured and locked.
g. Hangar is always secured and
2.69 Satisfied
access restricted.
Average Weighted Mean 2.78 Satisfied

Table 4 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding Access Control.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.82), b. (2.78), c. (2.59), d. (2.95),

e. (2.69), f. (2.95), g. (2.69) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.78

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The INET department ranks items D and F for their highest weighted

mean of 2.95 while item C as the lowest with 2.59. This implies that respondents

from the said department think that Campus Safety and Security Office are

always accessible. It is likely due to the frequent visits of students from the said

department to the office, for their personal reasons. In terms of controlled area

security, INET gave it the lowest weighted mean. Rooftop restriction is one of the

reasons behind this. As for other items, the INET give it a satisfactory weighted

mean.

Figure 5
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES
BY THE INET REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
College Gates
are always…

Hangar is Vehicle access


always… is regulated…

Access Control
Administrative Controlled
offices are… areas are…

Faculty offices Campus Safety


are… and Security…
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Figure 5 shows that items (d) and (f) regarding access control were rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Engineering and Technology and

item (c) was rated least.

Table 5
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON
THE EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. College Gates are always guarded
3.20 Satisfied
and secured.
b. Vehicle access is regulated and
2.87 Satisfied
controlled.
c. Controlled areas are secured and
2.93 Satisfied
locked.
d. Campus Safety and Security Office is
2.91 Satisfied
always accessible.
e. Faculty offices are controlled with
2.93 Satisfied
restricted access.
f. Administrative offices are always
2.82 Satisfied
secured and locked.
g. Hangar is always secured and
2.82 Satisfied
access restricted.
Average Weighted Mean 2.93 Satisfied

Table 5 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding Access Control.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (3.20), b. (2.87), c. (2.93), d. (2.91),
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e. (2.93), f. (2.82), g. (2.82) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.93

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The ICS department gave the highest weighted mean of 3.20 in item A,

and the lowest in item F and G with both 2.82. It implies that they feel secured

because they see the security personnel in the campus gates. On contrary, they

observe that the hangar and administrative offices are lacking in security and

restrictions. Other than that, the department gave a reasonable rating of

satisfaction in other items.

Figure 6
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES
BY THE ICS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
College Gates
are always…

Hangar is Vehicle access


always… is regulated…

Access Control
Administrative Controlled
offices are… areas are…

Faculty offices Campus Safety


are… and Security…

Figure 6 shows that items (a) regarding access control was rated most by

the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies and items (f) and (g) were

rated least.
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Table 6
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. College Gates are always guarded
2.89 Satisfied
and secured.
b. Vehicle access is regulated and
2.87 Satisfied
controlled.
c. Controlled areas are secured and
2.80 Satisfied
locked.
d. Campus Safety and Security Office is
2.87 Satisfied
always accessible.
e. Faculty offices are controlled with
2.84 Satisfied
restricted access.
f. Administrative offices are always
3.00 Satisfied
secured and locked.
g. Hangar is always secured and
2.84 Satisfied
access restricted.
Average Weighted Mean 2.87 Satisfied

Table 6 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by

the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding Access Control.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.89), b. (2.87), c. (2.80), d. (2.87),

e. (2.84), f. (3.00), g. (2.84) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.87

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".


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The highest weighted mean given by the ILAS department was 3.0 on

item F and the lowest was on item C with 2.8. Due to the nature of their building,

where most of the administrative offices in the campus were located, the

respondents form the ILAS department notices that most of the administrative

offices there are secured and with proper lock, resulting in a high weighted mean

for item F. Like the INET department who also gave their low rating in item C, the

ILAS department noted that restricted areas weren’t properly secured. Other

items received a fairly satisfied weighted mean.

Figure 7
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
College Gates
are always…

Hangar is Vehicle access


always… is regulated…

Access Control
Administrative Controlled
offices are… areas are…

Faculty offices Campus Safety


are… and Security…

Figure 7 shows that item (f) regarding access control was rated most by

the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies and item (c) was rated

least.
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Table 7
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. College Gates are always guarded
3.00 Satisfied
and secured.
b. Vehicle access is regulated and
2.94 Satisfied
controlled.
c. Controlled areas are secured and
2.97 Satisfied
locked.
d. Campus Safety and Security Office
2.89 Satisfied
is always accessible.
e. Faculty offices are controlled with
2.77 Satisfied
restricted access.
f. Administrative offices are always
3.00 Satisfied
secured and locked.
g. Hangar is always secured and
2.89 Satisfied
access restricted.
Average Weighted Mean 2.92 Satisfied

Table 7 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Senior High School participants regarding Access Control.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (3.00), b. (2.94), c. (2.97), d. (2.89),

e. (2.77), f. (3.00), g. (2.89) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.92

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".


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The highest weighted mean given by the SHS department is 3.00 on both

items A and F, and their lowest was 2.77 on item E. SHS was the youngest

department and security is always strict in terms of gate security. It led to a high

weighted mean regarding campus gates and administrative offices. While giving

item E a low weighted mean, it shows that the faculty of SHS department wasn’t

really controlled with restricted access. Other items fall average on their weighted

means.

Figure 8
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
College Gates
are always…

Hangar is Vehicle access


always… is regulated…

Access Control
Administrative Controlled
offices are… areas are…

Faculty offices Campus Safety


are… and Security…

Figure 8 shows that items (a), (b), (c), and (f) regarding access control

were rated most by the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies and

item (e) was rated least.


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Table 8
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. College Gates are always guarded
3.05 Satisfied
and secured.
b. Vehicle access is regulated and
2.86 Satisfied
controlled.
c. Controlled areas are secured and
2.77 Satisfied
locked.
d. Campus Safety and Security Office
2.86 Satisfied
is always accessible.
e. Faculty offices are controlled with
2.46 Unsatisfied
restricted access.
f. Administrative offices are always
2.71 Satisfied
secured and locked.
g. Hangar is always secured and
2.68 Satisfied
access restricted.
Average Weighted Mean 2.77 Satisfied

Table 8 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Administrative participants regarding Access Control.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (3.05), b. (2.86), c. (2.77), d. (2.86),

e. (2.46), f. (2.71), g. (2.68) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.92

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".


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Item A was given the highest weighted mean of 3.05 by the Administrative

Participants and item E has the lowest with 2.46. This only shows that the college

gates are secured, as per observed by the administrative participants. Since they

are the ones experiencing restricted access on faculty offices, item E falls short

on their satisfactory rating. Other than that, fairly weighted mean are given on

items.

Figure 9
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES
BY THE ADMIN REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
College Gates
are always…

Hangar is Vehicle access


always… is regulated…

Access Control
Administrative Controlled
offices are… areas are…

Faculty offices Campus Safety


are… and Security…

Figure 9 shows that each item were rated nearly equally by the

Administrative participants.
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Table 9
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING ACCESS CONTROL

1. Access Control Weighted Mean Interpretation


INET 2.78 Satisfied
ICS 2.93 Satisfied
ILAS 2.87 Satisfied
SHS 2.92 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.77 Satisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.85 Satisfied

Table 9 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by

the participants regarding Access Control.

Table 9 displays the summary of the data acquired from tables 4 to 8. It

shows that all the institutions in the campus rated the CSSO’s implementation of

security measures in terms of access control "Satisfied” with an average

weighted mean of 2.85.

It is explained by The National Center for Education Statistics or NCES

that public schools use a variety of practices and procedures to promote the

safety of schools and staff. They also added that certain practices, such as

locked or monitored doors or gates, are intended to limit or control access to

school campuses. These satisfactory ratings by the institutions of PhilSCA may


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imply that different departments see that the CSSO is doing their part as security

personnel of a public school of securing the campus from undesired infiltrations

with such security measures.

Figure 10
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING
ACCESS CONTROL

Access Control
2.95

2.9

2.85

2.8
Access Control
2.75

2.7

2.65
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 10 is a bar graph that shows a that the Institute of Computer

Studies and Senior High School participants gave good ratings for Access

Control with ratings of 2.93 and 2.92, respectively. While the Institute of

Engineering and Technology along with the Administration gave the least ratings,

2.78 and 2.77 respectively.


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II. CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring

Table 10
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE
MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance and
Weighted Mean Interpretation
Monitoring
a. Gates have CCTV surveillance
2.17 Unsatisfied
installed.
b. Buildings have CCTV's installed
2.32 Unsatisfied
each floor.
c. Controlled areas are monitored and
2.21 Unsatisfied
patrolled.
d. CCTV's are in working order. 2.13 Unsatisfied
e. Classrooms are patrolled, surveyed
2.29 Unsatisfied
and monitored.
f. Faculty offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.42 Unsatisfied
time intervals.
g. Administrative Offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.40 Unsatisfied
time intervals.
Average Weighted Mean 2.28 Unsatisfied

Table 10 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance

Monitoring.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.17), b. (2.32), c. (2.21), d. (2.13),
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e. (2.29), f. (2.42), g. (2.40) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.28

receiving a rating of "Unsatisfied".

The INET department gave item F their highest weighted mean of 2.42

while item D their lowest of 2.13. It shows that the INET respondents saw a

regular monitoring of faculty rooms. It is also noted that CCTV’s in the campus

weren’t working properly. Despite having highest and lowest means, the items

fall in unsatisfactory state.

Figure 11
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE INET REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveilance Monitoring
Gates have
CCTV…
Administrative Buildings have
Offices are… CCTV's…
CCTV/Surveilance
Faculty offices Controlled Monitoring
are regularly… areas are…

Classrooms CCTV's are in


are… working order.

Figure 11 shows that items (f) and (g) regarding CCTV\Surveillance

Monitoring were rated most by the participants from the Institute of Engineering

and Technology and items (a) and (c) were rated least.
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Table 11
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE
MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Gates have CCTV surveillance
2.20 Unsatisfied
installed.
b. Buildings have CCTV's installed
2.49 Unsatisfied
each floor.
c. Controlled areas are monitored and
2.53 Satisfied
patrolled.
d. CCTV's are in working order. 2.42 Unsatisfied
e. Classrooms are patrolled, surveyed
2.36 Unsatisfied
and monitored.
f. Faculty offices are regularly surveyed
and monitored at constant time 2.60 Satisfied
intervals.
g. Administrative Offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.58 Satisfied
time intervals.
Average Weighted Mean 2.45 Unsatisfied

Table 11 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.20), b. (2.49), c. (2.53), d. (2.42),

e. (2.36), f. (2.60), g. (2.58) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.45

receiving a rating of "Unsatisfied".


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The ICS department gave their highest weighted mean of 2.6 on item F

and their lowest of 2.2 on item A. It shows that the ICS respondents also saw a

regular monitoring of faculty rooms. Due to limited number of spots that the

CCTV can be seen throughout the campus, the ICS department notice that there

are few installed in the campus gates leading to an unsatisfactory mean on item

A. There are 4 out of 7 items that fall short on ICS satisfactory rating.

Figure 12
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ICS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring


Gates have
CCTV…
Administrativ Buildings
e Offices… have…
CCTV/Surveillance and
Faculty Controlled Monitoring
offices are… areas are…

Classrooms CCTV's are in


are… working…

Figure 12 shows that items (b), (c), (f), and (g) regarding

CCTV\Surveillance Monitoring were rated most by the participants from the

Institute of Computer Studies and item (a) was rated least.


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Table 12
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE
MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring Weighted Mean Interpretation


a.) Gates have CCTV surveillance
2.58 Satisfied
installed.
b.) Buildings have CCTV's installed
3.07 Satisfied
each floor.
c.) Controlled areas are monitored and
2.76 Satisfied
patrolled.
d.) CCTV's are in working order. 2.73 Satisfied
e.) Classrooms are patrolled, surveyed
2.76 Satisfied
and monitored.
f.) Faculty offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.62 Satisfied
time intervals.
g.) Administrative Offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.82 Satisfied
time intervals.
Average Weighted Mean 2.76 Satisfied

Table 12 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance

Monitoring.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.58), b. (3.07), c. (2.76), d. (2.73),

e. (2.76), f. (2.62) g. (2.82) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.82

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".


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The highest weighted mean of the ILAS department was on item B with

3.07 and their lowest was on item A with 2.58. Due to the nature of their building,

where most of the administrative offices in the campus were located, it is

necessary to install CCTV’s on every floor of building A. It resulted on a higher

weighted mean of item B. Even having the lowest mean on item A, it was still

satisfactory to the ILAS respondents. Other items were given a satisfactory rating

as well.

Figure 13
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring


Gates have
CCTV…
Administrativ Buildings
e Offices… have…
CCTV/Surveillance and
Faculty Controlled Monitoring
offices are… areas are…

Classrooms CCTV's are in


are… working…

Figure 13 shows that item (b) regarding CCTV\Surveillance Monitoring

was rated most by the participants from the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences,

and item (f) was rated least.


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Table 13
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE
MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance and
Weighted Mean Interpretation
Monitoring
a. Gates have CCTV surveillance
2.54 Satisfied
installed.
b. Buildings have CCTV's installed
2.71 Satisfied
each floor.
c. Controlled areas are monitored and
2.74 Satisfied
patrolled.
d. CCTV's are in working order. 2.63 Satisfied
e. Classrooms are patrolled, surveyed
2.66 Satisfied
and monitored.
f. Faculty offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.49 Unsatisfied
time intervals.
g. Administrative Offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.60 Satisfied
time intervals.
Average Weighted Mean 2.62 Satisfied

Table 13 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Senior High School participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.54), b. (2.71), c. (2.74), d. (2.63),

e. (2.66), f. (2.49), g. (2.60) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.62

receiving a rating of "Satisfied".


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The SHS department has their highest weighted mean placed on item C

with 2.74 and their lowest at item F with 2.49. SHS noted that controlled areas in

their place were monitored and patrolled resulting in a good weighted mean for

item C. It also shows that the SHS department doesn’t saw a regular monitoring

of faculty rooms as compared to the INET and ICS departments. Every item

received a satisfactory mean except for item F.

Figure 14
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring


Gates have
CCTV…
Administrativ Buildings
e Offices… have…
CCTV/Surveillance and
Faculty Controlled Monitoring
offices are… areas are…

Classrooms CCTV's are in


are… working…

Figure 14 shows that items (b) and (c) regarding CCTV\Surveillance

Monitoring were rated most by the participants from the Senior High School, and

item (f) was rated least.


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Table 14
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE
ADMINISTRATIVE PARTICIPANTS REGARDING
CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance and
Weighted Mean Interpretation
Monitoring
a. Gates have CCTV surveillance
2.46 Unsatisfied
installed.
b. Buildings have CCTV's installed
2.37 Unsatisfied
each floor.
c. Controlled areas are monitored and
2.49 Unsatisfied
patrolled.
d. CCTV's are in working order. 2.40 Unsatisfied
e. Classrooms are patrolled, surveyed
2.31 Unsatisfied
and monitored.
f. Faculty offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.43 Unsatisfied
time intervals.
g. Administrative Offices are regularly
surveyed and monitored at constant 2.40 Unsatisfied
time intervals.
Average Weighted Mean 2.41 Unsatisfied

Table 14 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Administrative participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.46), b. (2.37), c. (2.49), d. (2.40),

e. (2.31), f. (2.43), g. (2.40) accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.41

receiving a rating of "Unsatisfied".


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The Administrative Participants have their highest mean on item C with

2.49 and the lowest on item E with 2.31. Despite having highest and lowest

weighted means, all items fall into an unsatisfactory rating. The Administrative

Participants have more knowledge in terms of CCTV’s in the campus due to their

years of staying in school.

Figure 15
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE ADMINISTRATION REGARDING
CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveillance and Monitoring


Gates have
CCTV…
Administrativ Buildings
e Offices… have…
CCTV/Surveillance and
Faculty Controlled Monitoring
offices are… areas are…

Classrooms CCTV's are in


are… working…

Figure 15 shows that items (a), (c), and (f) regarding CCTV\Surveillance

Monitoring were rated most by the participants from the Administration, and item

(e) was rated least.


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Table 15
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

2. CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring Weighted Mean Interpretation


INET 2.28 Unsatisfied
ICS 2.45 Unsatisfied
ILAS 2.76 Satisfied
SHS 2.62 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.41 Unsatisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.50 Satisfied

Table 15 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by

the participants regarding CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring.

The summary of the data acquired from tables 10 to 14 are presented in

Table 15. It is shown in the table that even with unsatisfying ratings from the

INET department, the ICS department and the administrative personnel, the

CSSO still got an overall satisfying rating as the organization averaged a

weighted mean of 2.50.

Building A is where important offices are located. ILAS enjoy the privilege

of getting well-guarded since they share building with such offices. On the other
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hand, the INET, with broken CCTV cameras at building B, thinks they don’t get

much of a visit and a look from the CSSO.

Figure 16
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING
CCTV/SURVEILLANCE MONITORING

CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring
3

2.5

1.5 CCTV/Surveillance
Monitoring
1

0.5

0
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 16 is a bar graph which shows that the Institute of Liberal Arts and

Sciences participants contributed good ratings for CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring

with 2.76. On the other hand, that the Institute of Engineering and Technology

gave the least ratings with 2.28.


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III. Screening

Table 16
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

3. Screening Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security is keen on monitoring
individuals entering the school 2.48 Unsatisfied
premises.
b. Visitor passes are seen provided to
2.93 Satisfied
visitors.
c. Questionable individuals are
questioned for their purpose upon 2.82 Satisfied
entering the school.
d. Students are screened for potential
dangerous possessions and 2.46 Unsatisfied
objects.
e. Faculty and Administrative staff are
screened for potential dangerous 2.48 Unsatisfied
possessions and objects.
f. Vehicles are inspected for potential
2.17 Unsatisfied
dangers and hazards.
g. Students riding vehicles except the
driver are requested to enter 2.42 Unsatisfied
through main gates.
h. Students are warned of improper
attire, decorum, and overall 2.88 Satisfied
appearance.
i. Visitors are inspected for visitor
2.76 Satisfied
passes when requested.
j. Visitors are screened for potentially
2.55 Satisfied
dangerous possessions.
Average Weighted Mean 2.53 Satisfied
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Table 16 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding Screening.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.48), b. (2.93), c. (2.82), d. (2.46),

e. (2.48), f. (2.17), g. (2.42), h. (2.88), i. (2.76), j. (2.55) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.53 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The INET department ranks item B for their highest weighted mean of

2.93 while item F as the lowest with 2.17. This implies that respondents from the

said department think that Campus Safety and Security has satisfactory

screening. It is likely due to the screening of questionable individuals and making

sure visitors have visitor passes when entering the school. In terms of screening

those who enter the premises via a vehicle, INET gave it the lowest weighted

mean. One of the reason of this is the lack of screening and inspection of those

vehicles which enter the school.


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Figure 17
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE INET REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
Security is…
Visitors are… Visitor passes…

Visitors are… Questionable…


Screening
Students are… Students are…

Students… Faculty and…


Vehicles are…

Figure 17 shows that items (b), (c), (h) and (i) regarding screening were

rated most by the participants from the Institute of Engineering and Technology

and item (f) was rated least.


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Table 17
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

Weighted
3. Screening Interpretation
Mean
a. Security is keen on monitoring
individuals entering the school 2.89 Satisfied
premises.
b. Visitor passes are seen provided
2.93 Satisfied
to visitors.
c. Questionable individuals are
questioned for their purpose upon 2.76 Satisfied
entering the school.
d. Students are screened for
potential dangerous possessions 2.64 Satisfied
and objects.
e. Faculty and Administrative staff
are screened for potential
2.44 Unsatisfied
dangerous possessions and
objects.
f. Vehicles are inspected for
2.49 Unsatisfied
potential dangers and hazards.
g. Students riding vehicles except
the driver are requested to enter 2.47 Unsatisfied
through main gates.
h. Students are warned of improper
attire, decorum, and overall 2.80 Satisfied
appearance.
i. Visitors are inspected for visitor
2.67 Satisfied
passes when requested.
j. Visitors are screened for
potentially dangerous 2.69 Satisfied
possessions.
Average Weighted Mean 2.60 Satisfied
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Table 17 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding Screening.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.89), b. (2.93), c. (2.76), d. (2.64),

e. (2.44), f. (2.49), g. (2.47), h. (2.80), i. (2.67), j. (2.69) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.60 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The ICS department ranks item B for their highest weighted mean of 2.93

while item E as the lowest with 2.44. This implies that respondents from the said

department think that Campus Safety and Security has satisfactory screening. It

is likely due to the screening of questionable individuals and making sure visitors

have visitor passes when entering the school. The screening of the faculty and

administrative staff when entering has the lowest weighted mean as they likely

think the security personnel doesn’t screen them as they are acquainted and

doesn’t feel the need on inspecting them for dangerous objects.


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Figure 18
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ICS REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
Security is…
Visitors are… Visitor passes…

Visitors are… Questionable…


Screening
Students are… Students are…

Students… Faculty and…


Vehicles are…

Figure 18 shows that items (a) and (b) regarding screening were rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies and item (f) was

rated least.
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Table 18
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

3. Screening Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security is keen on monitoring
individuals entering the school 2.82 Satisfied
premises.
b. Visitor passes are seen provided
3.04 Satisfied
to visitors.
c. Questionable individuals are
questioned for their purpose upon 2.98 Satisfied
entering the school.
d. Students are screened for
potential dangerous possessions 2.89 Satisfied
and objects.
e. Faculty and Administrative staff
are screened for potential
2.64 Satisfied
dangerous possessions and
objects.
f. Vehicles are inspected for
2.42 Unsatisfied
potential dangers and hazards.
g. Students riding vehicles except
the driver are requested to enter 2.62 Satisfied
through main gates.
h. Students are warned of improper
attire, decorum, and overall 2.98 Satisfied
appearance.
i. Visitors are inspected for visitor
2.91 Satisfied
passes when requested.
j. Visitors are screened for
potentially dangerous 2.91 Satisfied
possessions.
Average Weighted Mean 2.77 Satisfied
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Table 18 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding Screening.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.82), b. (3.04), c. (2.98), d. (2.89),

e. (2.64), f. (2.42), g. (2.62), h. (2.98), i. (2.91), j. (2.91) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.77 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The ILAS department ranks item B for their highest weighted mean of 3.04

while item F as the lowest with 2.42. This implies that respondents from the said

department think that Campus Safety and Security has satisfactory screening. It

is likely due to the screening of questionable individuals and making sure visitors

have visitor passes when entering the school. In terms of screening those who

enter the premises via a vehicle, ILAS gave it the lowest weighted mean. One of

the reason of this is the lack of screening and inspection of those vehicles which

enter the school.


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Figure 19
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
Security is…
Visitors are… Visitor passes…

Visitors are… Questionable…


Screening
Students are… Students are…

Students… Faculty and…


Vehicles are…

Figure 19 shows that nearly every item received good rating from the

participants of the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences with only item (f) having

the least amount of ratings.


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Table 19
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

Weighted
3. Screening Interpretation
Mean
a. Security is keen on monitoring
individuals entering the school 2.71 Satisfied
premises.
b. Visitor passes are seen provided to
3.03 Satisfied
visitors.
c. Questionable individuals are
questioned for their purpose upon 3.17 Satisfied
entering the school.
d. Students are screened for potential
2.80 Satisfied
dangerous possessions and objects.
e. Faculty and Administrative staff are
screened for potential dangerous 2.71 Satisfied
possessions and objects.
f. Vehicles are inspected for potential
2.74 Satisfied
dangers and hazards.
g. Students riding vehicles except the
driver are requested to enter through 2.97 Satisfied
main gates.
h. Students are warned of improper
attire, decorum, and overall 2.91 Satisfied
appearance.
i. Visitors are inspected for visitor
3.14 Satisfied
passes when requested.
j. Visitors are screened for potentially
3.03 Satisfied
dangerous possessions.
Average Weighted Mean 2.90 Satisfied
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Table 19 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Senior High School participants regarding Screening.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.71), b. (3.03), c. (3.17), d. (2.80),

e. (2.71), f. (2.74), g. (2.97), h. (2.91), i. (3.14), j. (3.03) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.90 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The SHS Participants ranks item B for their highest weighted mean of 3.17

while item A and E as the lowest with 2.71. This implies that respondents from

the said department think that Campus Safety and Security has satisfactory

screening. It is likely due to the screening of questionable individuals and making

sure visitors have visitor passes when entering the school. In terms of monitoring

individuals inside the school premises SHS gave it the lowest weighted mean.

The screening of the faculty and administrative staff when entering also has the

lowest weighted mean as they likely think the security personnel doesn’t screen

them as they are acquainted and doesn’t feel the need on inspecting them for

dangerous objects.
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Figure 20
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
Security is…
Visitors are… Visitor passes…

Visitors are… Questionable…


Screening
Students are… Students are…

Students… Faculty and…


Vehicles are…

Figure 20 shows that items (c) and (i) received good ratings from the

participants from the Senior High School with items (a) and (f) having the least

amount of ratings.
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Table 20
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE
ADMINISTRATIVE PARTICIPANTS REGARDING
SCREENING

3. Screening Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security is keen on monitoring
individuals entering the school 2.71 Satisfied
premises.
b. Visitor passes are seen provided
2.89 Satisfied
to visitors.
c. Questionable individuals are
questioned for their purpose upon 2.86 Satisfied
entering the school.
d. Students are screened for
potential dangerous possessions 2.43 Unsatisfied
and objects.
e. Faculty and Administrative staff
are screened for potential
2.55 Satisfied
dangerous possessions and
objects.
f. Vehicles are inspected for
2.34 Unsatisfied
potential dangers and hazards.
g. Students riding vehicles except
the driver are requested to enter 2.40 Unsatisfied
through main gates.
h. Students are warned of improper
attire, decorum, and overall 2.80 Satisfied
appearance.
i. Visitors are inspected for visitor
2.95 Satisfied
passes when requested.
j. Visitors are screened for
potentially dangerous 2.62 Satisfied
possessions.
Average Weighted Mean 2.58 Satisfied
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Table 20 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Administrative participants regarding Screening.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.71), b. (2.89), c. (2.86), d. (2.43),

e. (2.55), f. (2.34), g. (2.40), h. (2.80), i. (3.95), j. (2.62) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.58 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The Administrative Participants ranks item I for their highest weighted

mean of 2.95 while item F has the lowest with 2.34. This implies that respondents

from the said department think that Campus Safety and Security has satisfactory

screening. It is likely due to the screening of questionable individuals and making

sure visitors have visitor passes when entering the school. In terms of screening

those who enter the premises via a vehicle, ILAS gave it the lowest weighted

mean. One of the reason of this is the lack of screening and inspection of those

vehicles which enter the school like inspecting for dangerous objects inside the

vehicle or knowing the people which are inside it.


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Figure 21
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ADMIN REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
Security is…
Visitors are… Visitor passes…

Visitors are… Questionable…


Screening
Students are… Students are…

Students… Faculty and…


Vehicles are…

Figure 21 show that most items received good ratings from the

participants from the Administration.


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Table 21
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SCREENING

3. Screening Weighted Mean Interpretation


INET 2.53 Satisfied
ICS 2.60 Satisfied
ILAS 2.77 Satisfied
SHS 2.90 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.58 Satisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.68 Satisfied

Table 21 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

participants regarding Screening.

Table 21 displays the summary of the data acquired from tables 16 to 20.

It shows that all the institutions in the campus rated the CSSO’s implementation

of security measures in terms of screening "Satisfied” with an average weighted

mean of 2.68.

These data suggest that in terms of screening, the different institutions of

PhilSCA are confident that people who enter the campus are properly and well

inspected before they could freely wander and walk around the school. However,

even with overall satisfying remarks, the CSSO should work a little more in terms

of checking those vehicles entering the school premises.


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Figure 22
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING SCREENING

Screening
3

2.9

2.8

2.7

2.6 Screening

2.5

2.4

2.3
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 22 shows that the Senior High School participants gave good

ratings for Screening and that the Institute of Engineering and Technology gave

the least ratings.


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IV. Landside Security

Table 22
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

4. Landside Security Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Parking areas are monitored for
2.44 Unsatisfied
any suspicious activities.
b. Security is restricting running up of
2.51 Satisfied
vehicles.
c. Security is restricting sleeping
2.17 Unsatisfied
inside vehicles.
d. School Grounds are regularly
2.57 Satisfied
patrolled and surveyed.
e. Security is always present in case
2.46 Unsatisfied
of emergencies.
f. Unused school areas are closely
2.38 Unsatisfied
monitored by security.
g. College perimeters are regularly
2.55 Satisfied
patrolled and monitored.
h. Road access is always secured
2.46 Unsatisfied
and monitored.
i. Fire alarms are installed at
2.86 Satisfied
emergency locations.
j. Evacuation directives are available
2.65 Satisfied
for the public to see.
Average Weighted Mean 2.51 Satisfied

Table 22 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding Landside Security.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.44), b. (2.51), c. (2.17), d. (2.57),

e. (2.46), f. (2.38), g. (2.55), h. (2.46), i. (2.86), j. (2.65) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.51 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

For INET respondents, letter I got the most satisfactory result as it is

widely seen around the campus. It is obvious that there are fire alarms that are

installed within the buildings. Fire extinguishers and hoses are also installed

ready to be used in case of emergency. The participants are confident that in

case of fire or any emergency, everyone will be notified right away and everyone

will be safe. Letter C ranked last which means that the INET respondents are not

satisfied regarding the restriction of sleeping within vehicles.

Figure 23
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE INET REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
Parking…
Evacuation… Security is…

Fire alarms… Security is…


Landside Security
Road access… School…

College… Security is…


Unused…
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Figure 23 shows that item (i) regarding landside security was rated most

by the participants from the Institute of Engineering and Technology and items

(a) and (f) were rated least.

Table 23
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

4. Landside Security Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Parking areas are monitored for
2.73 Satisfied
any suspicious activities.
b. Security is restricting running up of
2.64 Satisfied
vehicles.
c. Security is restricting sleeping
2.42 Unsatisfied
inside vehicles.
d. School Grounds are regularly
2.49 Unsatisfied
patrolled and surveyed.
e. Security is always present in case
2.67 Satisfied
of emergencies.
f. Unused school areas are closely
2.47 Unsatisfied
monitored by security.
g. College perimeters are regularly
2.64 Satisfied
patrolled and monitored.
h. Road access is always secured
2.42 Unsatisfied
and monitored.
i. Fire alarms are installed at
2.78 Satisfied
emergency locations.
j. Evacuation directives are available
2.73 Satisfied
for the public to see.
Average Weighted Mean 2.60 Satisfied
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Table 23 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding Landside Security.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.73), b. (2.64), c. (2.42), d. (2.49),

e. (2.67), f. (2.47), g. (2.64), h. (2.42), i. (2.78), j. (2.73) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.60 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

The results for ICS participants regarding their satisfaction is somewhat

the same as with the INET. They also ranked the “Fire alarms are installed at

emergency locations.” number one mainly because they share the same building

as the INET students. “Security is restricting sleeping inside vehicles.” is also at

the bottom as well as the “Road access is always secured and monitored.”

Figure 24
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ICS REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
Parking…
Evacuation… Security is…

Fire alarms… Security is…


Landside Security
Road access… School…

College… Security is…


Unused…
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Figure 24 shows that items (a), (i), and (j) regarding landside security was

rated most by the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies and items

(c) and (h) were rated least.

Table 24
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

Weighted
4. Landside Security Interpretation
Mean
a. Parking areas are monitored for any
2.91 Satisfied
suspicious activities.
b. Security is restricting running up of
2.89 Satisfied
vehicles.
c. Security is restricting sleeping inside
2.67 Satisfied
vehicles.
d. School Grounds are regularly
3.02 Satisfied
patrolled and surveyed.
e. Security is always present in case of
2.98 Satisfied
emergencies.
f. Unused school areas are closely
2.80 Satisfied
monitored by security.
g. College perimeters are regularly
2.80 Satisfied
patrolled and monitored.
h. Road access is always secured and
2.67 Satisfied
monitored.
i. Fire alarms are installed at
2.87 Satisfied
emergency locations.
j. Evacuation directives are available
2.96 Satisfied
for the public to see.
Average Weighted Mean 2.86 Satisfied
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Table 24 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding Landside Security.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.91), b. (2.89), c. (2.67), d. (3.02),

e. (2.98), f. (2.80), g. (2.80), h. (2.67), i. (2.87), j. (2.96) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.86 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

ILAS respondents were satisfied in all aspects regarding the landside

security of the campus but letter D which says “School Grounds are regularly

patrolled and surveyed.” got the highest score because it is always seen within

the school vicinity that the security personnel are always doing their patrol and

survey in the morning and in the evening. This is to ensure and to monitor the

campus surroundings at all times. Though ILAS participants were satisfied, same

as ICS, “Security is restricting sleeping inside vehicles.” and “Road access is

always secured and monitored.” got the lowest score.


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Figure 25
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
Parking…
Evacuation… Security is…

Fire alarms… Security is…


Landside Security
Road access… School…

College… Security is…


Unused…

Figure 25 shows that items (d) and (e) regarding landside security was

rated most by the participants from the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences and

items (c) and (h) were rated least.


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Table 25
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SCREENING

Weighted
4. Landside Security Interpretation
Mean
a. Parking areas are monitored for any
2.91 Satisfied
suspicious activities.
b. Security is restricting running up of
2.71 Satisfied
vehicles.
c. Security is restricting sleeping inside
2.71 Satisfied
vehicles.
d. School Grounds are regularly
2.66 Satisfied
patrolled and surveyed.
e. Security is always present in case of
2.69 Satisfied
emergencies.
f. Unused school areas are closely
2.63 Satisfied
monitored by security.
g. College perimeters are regularly
2.74 Satisfied
patrolled and monitored.
h. Road access is always secured and
2.60 Satisfied
monitored.
i. Fire alarms are installed at
2.80 Satisfied
emergency locations.
j. Evacuation directives are available
2.71 Satisfied
for the public to see.
Average Weighted Mean 2.72 Satisfied

Table 25 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by

the Senior High School participants regarding Landside Security.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.91), b. (2.71), c. (2.71), d. (2.66),

e. (2.69), f. (2.63), g. (2.74), h. (2.60), i. (2.80), j. (2.71) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.72 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

Same as with the ILAS, SHS students were satisfied with the CSSO’s

landside security. There were no negative result regarding the survey. Letter A

which says “Parking areas are monitored for any suspicious activities.” ranked

the highest while letter h, “Road access is always secured and monitored.” was

held at the bottom of the result

Figure 26
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
Parking…
Evacuation… Security is…

Fire alarms… Security is…


Landside Security
Road access… School…

College… Security is…


Unused…

Figure 26 shows that item (a) regarding landside security was rated most

by the participants from the Senior High School and item (h) was rated least.
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Table 26
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE
ADMINISTRATIVE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SCREENING

4. Landside Security Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Parking areas are monitored for
2.80 Satisfied
any suspicious activities.
b. Security is restricting running up of
2.55 Satisfied
vehicles.
c. Security is restricting sleeping
2.43 Unsatisfied
inside vehicles.
d. School Grounds are regularly
2.55 Satisfied
patrolled and surveyed.
e. Security is always present in case
2.71 Satisfied
of emergencies.
f. Unused school areas are closely
2.40 Unsatisfied
monitored by security.
g. College perimeters are regularly
2.65 Satisfied
patrolled and monitored.
h. Road access is always secured
2.62 Satisfied
and monitored.
i. Fire alarms are installed at
2.77 Satisfied
emergency locations.
j. Evacuation directives are available
2.34 Unsatisfied
for the public to see.
Average Weighted Mean 2.58 Satisfied

Table 26 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Administrative participants regarding Landside Security.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.80), b. (2.55), c. (2.43), d. (2.55),

e. (2.71), f. (2.40), g. (2.65), h. (2.62), i. (2.77), j. (2.34) accordingly. The general

weighted mean is 2.58 receiving a rating of "Satisfied".

It was also a mixed reaction for the administrative participants regarding

the landside security of the CSSO within the campus. They were satisfied with

the performance of the security personnel regarding the monitoring of parking

areas for any suspicious activities. They are the ones who can clearly respond to

this as the most number of population who are familiar with this aspect of security

are the administrative personnel. They were much unsatisfied with letter J,

“Evacuation directives are available for the public to see.” mainly because it

doesn’t exist within the premises.

Figure 27
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ADMIN REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
Parking…
Evacuation… Security is…

Fire alarms… Security is…


Landside Security
Road access… School…

College… Security is…


Unused…
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Figure 27 shows that items (a), (e), and (i) regarding landside security was

rated most by the participants from the Administration and items (f) and (j) were

rated least.

Table 27
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING LANDSIDE SECURITY

4. Landside Security Weighted Mean Interpretation


INET 2.51 Satisfied
ICS 2.6 Satisfied
ILAS 2.86 Satisfied
SHS 2.72 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.58 Satisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.65 Satisfied

Table 27 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

participants regarding Landside Security.

Table 27 shows the summary of the data acquired from tables 22 to 26. It

shows that all the institutions in the campus rated the CSSO’s implementation of

security measures in terms of screening "Satisfied” with an average weighted

mean of 2.68.

This implies that the school grounds are properly and well protected by the

CSSO in almost all terms in perception of the respondents. People of building B,

especially the INET and the ICS departments, are self-assured that in case of
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emergency, they’ll get alarmed as soon as possible. While other departments

mostly think that parking areas are safe from suspicious activities, the CSSO

should work more on checking people sleeping inside vehicles.

Figure 28
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING
LANDSIDE SECURITY

Landside Security
2.9

2.8

2.7

2.6
Landside Security
2.5

2.4

2.3
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

With a 2.86, Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants gave the
most ratings for Landside Security as shown in Figure 28 bar graph. Meanwhile,
the Institute of Engineering and Technology gave the least ratings with 2.51.
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V. Security Equipment

Table 28
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT
Weighted
5. Security Equipment Interpretation
Mean
a. Security are seen with equipment
2.34 Inefficient
holsters. (Equipment belts)
b. Security personnel uses inspection
sticks when inspecting bags for 2.29 Inefficient
screening
c. Security personnel uses metal
detectors for screening dangerous 1.77 Inefficient
objects.
d. Security uses reflective mirrors
when inspecting underneath 1.94 Inefficient
vehicles.
e. CCTV's are seen operational and
2.06 Inefficient
maintained.
f. Security possesses first aid kits
1.96 Inefficient
within their person.
g. Security have fire alarms installed
throughout school premises and are 2.44 Inefficient
in working order.
h. Security uses radio
2.86 Efficient
communications.
i. CSSO possesses and brings an
2.29 Inefficient
approved SMS manual.
j. CSSO has provided an approved
2.23 Inefficient
security manual.
k. CSSO utilizes firearms for extreme
2.29 Inefficient
emergencies.
Average Weighted Mean 2.23 Inefficient
Table 28 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding Security Equipment.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.34), b. (2.29), c. (1.77), d. (1.94),

e. (2.06), f. (1.96), g. (2.44), h. (2.86), i. (2.29), j. (2.29), k. (2.29) accordingly.

The general weighted mean is 2.23 receiving a rating of "Inefficient".

From the results gathered, it was very clear that the INET participants

rated the security personnel inefficient regarding the security equipment they are

using within the campus. Among the 11 questions, it was only one item wherein

the respondents rated the CSSO efficient and it was about the usage of radio

communication. This is because within the stay of the students in the premises, it

is only these radios that are vital and observed. The said students were very

much displeased about the “Security personnel uses metal detectors for

screening dangerous objects.”

Figure 29
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE INET REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
Security are…
CSSO… Security…

CSSO has… Security…

Security Equipment
CSSO… Security…

Security… CCTV's are…


Security… Security…
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Figure 29 shows that item (h) regarding security equipment was rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and

item (c) was rated least.

Table 29
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

5. Security Equipment Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security are seen with equipment
2.53 Efficient
holsters. (Equipment belts)
b. Security personnel uses inspection
sticks when inspecting bags for 2.31 Inefficient
screening
c. Security personnel uses metal
detectors for screening dangerous 2.22 Inefficient
objects.
d. Security uses reflective mirrors
when inspecting underneath 2.27 Inefficient
vehicles.
e. CCTV's are seen operational and
2.31 Inefficient
maintained.
f. Security possesses first aid kits
2.36 Inefficient
within their person.
g. Security have fire alarms installed
throughout school premises and are 2.47 Inefficient
in working order.
h. Security uses radio
2.62 Efficient
communications.
i. CSSO possesses and brings an
2.51 Efficient
approved SMS manual.
j. CSSO has provided an approved
2.47 Inefficient
security manual.
k. CSSO utilizes firearms for extreme
2.44 Inefficient
emergencies.
Average Weighted Mean 2.41 Inefficient
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Table 29 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding Security Equipment.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.53), b. (2.31), c. (2.22), d. (2.27),

e. (2.31), f. (2.36), g. (2.47), h. (2.62), i. (2.51), j. (2.47), k. (2.44) accordingly.

The general weighted mean is 2.41 receiving a rating of "Inefficient".

Same as with INET, ICS respondents also noticed that it was the radio

communication between the security personnel that is very efficient regarding the

security equipment widely used by the CSSO. And mainly because this doesn’t

exist within the campus, the “Security personnel uses metal detectors for

screening dangerous objects.” ranked the lowest

Figure 30
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ICS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
Security are…
CSSO… Security…

CSSO has… Security…

Security Equipment
CSSO… Security…

Security… CCTV's are…


Security… Security…
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Figure 30 shows that item (h) regarding security equipment was rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Computer Studies, and item (c) was

rated least.

Table 30
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

5. Security Equipment Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security are seen with equipment
2.71 Efficient
holsters. (Equipment belts)
b. Security personnel uses
inspection sticks when inspecting 2.56 Efficient
bags for screening
c. Security personnel uses metal
detectors for screening dangerous 2.24 Inefficient
objects.
d. Security uses reflective mirrors
when inspecting underneath 2.38 Inefficient
vehicles.
e. CCTV's are seen operational and
2.67 Efficient
maintained.
f. Security possesses first aid kits
2.62 Efficient
within their person.
g. Security have fire alarms installed
throughout school premises and 2.82 Efficient
are in working order.
h. Security uses radio
3.04 Efficient
communications.
i. CSSO possesses and brings an
2.87 Efficient
approved SMS manual.
j. CSSO has provided an approved
2.76 Efficient
security manual.
k. CSSO utilizes firearms for extreme
2.73 Efficient
emergencies.
Average Weighted Mean 2.67 Efficient
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Table 30 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding Security Equipment.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.71), b. (2.56), c. (2.24), d. (2.38),

e. (2.67), f. (2.62), g. (2.82), h. (3.04), i. (2.87), j. (2.76), k. (2.73) accordingly.

The general weighted mean is 2.67 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

Unlike the INET and ICS participants, the result for ILAS respondents

showed that they can say that the CSSO are very efficient with regards to

security equipment. Out of 11 questions, nine of them were found out to prove

the efficiency of the office. It is still the radio communication between the security

personnel that got the highest ranking. It is very much obvious that this is widely

seen around the college vicinity. ILAS participants said that the CSSO were

inefficient about the “Security personnel uses metal detectors for screening

dangerous objects.”
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Figure 31
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
Security are…
CSSO… Security…

CSSO has… Security…

Security Equipment
CSSO… Security…

Security… CCTV's are…


Security… Security…

Figure 31 shows that most items regarding security equipment was rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and item

(c) was rated least.


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Table 31
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING
SECURITY EQUIPMENT

5. Security Equipment Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security are seen with equipment
2.71 Efficient
holsters. (Equipment belts)
b. Security personnel uses inspection
sticks when inspecting bags for 2.46 Inefficient
screening
c. Security personnel uses metal
detectors for screening dangerous 2.26 Inefficient
objects.
d. Security uses reflective mirrors
when inspecting underneath 2.31 Inefficient
vehicles.
e. CCTV's are seen operational and
2.43 Inefficient
maintained.
f. Security possesses first aid kits
2.66 Efficient
within their person.
g. Security have fire alarms installed
throughout school premises and are 2.63 Efficient
in working order.
h. Security uses radio
2.89 Efficient
communications.
i. CSSO possesses and brings an
2.63 Efficient
approved SMS manual.
j. CSSO has provided an approved
2.80 Efficient
security manual.
k. CSSO utilizes firearms for extreme
2.71 Efficient
emergencies.
Average Weighted Mean 2.59 Efficient

Table 31 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Senior High School participants regarding Security Equipment.


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Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.71), b. (2.46), c. (2.26), d. (2.31),

e. (2.43), f. (2.66), g. (2.63), h. (2.89), i. (2.63), j. (2.80), k. (2.71) accordingly.

The general weighted mean is 2.59 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

Even for the youngest respondents of the study, the SHS participants,

they still got the same reaction as the other students with the “Security uses radio

communications.” having the most efficient outcome. They also came up with the

same result regarding the most inefficient aspect of the CSSO, the usage of

metal detectors upon entrance of the students and personnel.

Figure 32
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
Security are…
CSSO… Security…

CSSO has… Security…

Security Equipment
CSSO… Security…

Security… CCTV's are…


Security… Security…
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Figure 32 shows that most items regarding security equipment was rated

most by the participants from the Institute of Senior High School, and item (c)

was rated least.

Table 32
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE
ADMINISTRATIVE PARTICIPANTS REGARDING
SECURITY EQUIPMENT

5. Security Equipment Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security are seen with equipment
2.43 Inefficient
holsters. (Equipment belts)
b. Security personnel uses inspection
sticks when inspecting bags for 2.22 Inefficient
screening
c. Security personnel uses metal
detectors for screening dangerous 1.91 Inefficient
objects.
d. Security uses reflective mirrors
when inspecting underneath 1.97 Inefficient
vehicles.
e. CCTV's are seen operational and
2.37 Inefficient
maintained.
f. Security possesses first aid kits
2.09 Inefficient
within their person.
g. Security have fire alarms installed
throughout school premises and 2.28 Inefficient
are in working order.
h. Security uses radio
2.98 Efficient
communications.
i. CSSO possesses and brings an
2.31 Inefficient
approved SMS manual.
j. CSSO has provided an approved
2.37 Inefficient
security manual.
k. CSSO utilizes firearms for extreme
2.40 Inefficient
emergencies.
Average Weighted Mean 2.30 Inefficient
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Table 32 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Administrative participants regarding Security Equipment.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.43), b. (2.22), c. (1.91), d. (1.97),

e. (2.37), f. (2.09), g. (2.28), h. (2.98), i. (2.31), j. (2.37), k. (2.40) accordingly.

The general weighted mean is 2.30 receiving a rating of "Inefficient".

The college administrators also has a negative reaction regarding the

performance of CSSO talking about security equipment. It is very visible on the

table of result that the administrative participants are not happy with the

equipment being used by every personnel. It was only the security

communication over radio that has a positive outcome. Aside from it, every

aspect for them was inefficient. The most inefficient as per the administrative

respondents are letter C which talks about “Security personnel uses metal

detectors for screening dangerous objects.”


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Figure 33
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ADMIN REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
Security are…
CSSO… Security…

CSSO has… Security…

Security Equipment
CSSO… Security…

Security… CCTV's are…


Security… Security…

Figure 33 shows that item (h) regarding security equipment was rated most

by the participants from the Institute of Administration, and item (c) was rated

least.

Table 33
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

5. Security Equipment Weighted Mean Interpretation


INET 2.23 Unsatisfied
ICS 2.41 Unsatisfied
ILAS 2.67 Satisfied
SHS 2.59 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.3 Unsatisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.44 Unsatisfied
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Table 33 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

participants regarding Security Equipment.

The CSSO was evaluated to be inefficient with their use of security

equipment as the organization averaged a weighted mean of 2.44. It is listed in

table 42 that the INET, the ICS, and the administrative personnel are unsatisfied

with the talked about topic, while the ILAS and the SHS departments are in

contrast.

The data implies that the CSSO, aside for radios used to communicate,

may either be not using their equipment well, or do not have those equipment at

all. One can tell that the security personnel could be lacking equipment because

of the school’s financial state or on how the higher ups of the management

prioritize security. While it is also obvious in the data above that most

respondents that appeared to be satisfied are from building A, and the young

ones from the first floor of building B. This shows that building A, and the first

floor of building B is where most security personnel are seen using their

equipment efficiently.
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Figure 34
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING
SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Security Equipment
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.4
Security Equipment
2.3
2.2
2.1
2
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 34 shows that’s the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences

participants gave the highest ratings for security equipment with 2.67, and that

the Institute of Engineering and Technology gave the lowest ratings at 2.23.
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VI. Awareness and Preparedness

Table 34
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE INET
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Weighted
6. Awareness and Preparedness Interpretation
Mean
a. Security personnel are quick to
2.80 Efficient
respond during incidents.
b. Security personnel show efficiency in
handling situation concerning campus 2.74 Efficient
security.
c. Security personnel exhibit alertness
2.62 Efficient
in/out of incidents.
Average Weighted Mean 2.72 Efficient

Table 34 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Engineering and Technology participants regarding Awareness and

Preparedness.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.80), b. (2.74), c. (2.62)

accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.72 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

The INET department ranks item A for their highest weighted mean of

2.80 while item C as the lowest with 2.62. This implies that respondents from the

said department think that Campus Safety and Security Office is always aware
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and prepared. It is likely due to the quickness of the response of security

personnel in incidents. In terms of alertness in or out of incidents, INET gave it

the lowest weighted mean. As for other items, the INET give it a satisfactory

weighted mean.

Figure 35
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE INET REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness and Preparedness


Security
personnel are
quick to respond
during incidents.

Awareness and
Security
Preparedness
Security personnel show
personnel efficiency in
exhibit alertness handling
in/out of situation
incidents. concerning
campus security.

Figure 35 shows that item (a) regarding awareness and preparedness was

rated most by the participants from the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
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Table 35
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ICS PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

6. Awareness and Preparedness Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security personnel are quick to
2.87 Efficient
respond during incidents.
b. Security personnel show efficiency
in handling situation concerning 2.84 Efficient
campus security.
c. Security personnel exhibit alertness
2.80 Efficient
in/out of incidents.
Average Weighted Mean 2.84 Efficient

Table 35 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Computer Studies participants regarding Awareness and Preparedness.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.87), b. (2.84), c. (2.80)

accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.84 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

The ICS department ranks item A for their highest weighted mean of 2.87

while item C as the lowest with 2.80. This implies that respondents from the said

department think that Campus Safety and Security Office is always aware and

prepared. It is likely due to the quickness of the response of security personnel in

incidents. In terms of alertness in or out of incidents, ICS gave it the lowest

weighted mean. As for other items, the ICS give it a satisfactory weighted mean.
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Figure 36
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ICS REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness and Preparedness


Security
personnel are
quick to
respond during
incidents.

Security Awareness and


personnel show Preparedness
Security
efficiency in
personnel
handling
exhibit
situation
alertness in/out
concerning
of incidents.
campus
security.

Figure 36 shows that items (a) and (b) regarding awareness and

preparedness was rated most by the participants from the Institute of Computer

Studies.
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Table 36
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE ILAS PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

6. Awareness and Preparedness Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security personnel are quick to
2.96 Efficient
respond during incidents.

b. Security personnel show efficiency


in handling situation concerning 2.98 Efficient
campus security.

c. Security personnel exhibit alertness


2.89 Efficient
in/out of incidents.
Average Weighted Mean 2.94 Efficient

Table 36 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences participants regarding Awareness and

Preparedness.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.96), b. (2.98), c. (2.89)

accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.94 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

The ILAS department ranks item B for their highest weighted mean of 2.98

while item C as the lowest with 2.89. This implies that respondents from the said

department think that Campus Safety and Security Office is efficient in handling

situations which concerns campus security. It is likely due to the security


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personnels which are able to handle these incidents before it gets out of hand. In

terms of alertness in or out of incidents, ILAS gave it the lowest weighted mean.

As for other items, the ILAS give it a satisfactory weighted mean.

Figure 37
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ILAS REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness and Preparedness


Security
personnel are
quick to respond
during incidents.

Awareness and
Security
Preparedness
Security personnel show
personnel efficiency in
exhibit alertness handling
in/out of situation
incidents. concerning
campus security.

Figure 37 shows that items (a) and (b) regarding awareness and

preparedness was rated most by the participants from the Institute of Liberal Arts

and Sciences.
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Table 37
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE SHS
PARTICIPANTS REGARDING SECURITY EQUIPMENT

Weighted
6. Awareness and Preparedness Interpretation
Mean
a. Security personnel are quick to
2.63 Efficient
respond during incidents.
b. Security personnel show efficiency
in handling situation concerning 2.63 Efficient
campus security.
c. Security personnel exhibit alertness
2.66 Efficient
in/out of incidents.
Average Weighted Mean 2.64 Efficient

Table 37 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

Institute of Senior High School participants regarding Awareness and Preparedness.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.63), b. (2.63), c. (2.66)

accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.64 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

The SHS participants ranks item C for their highest weighted mean of 2.66

while item A and B as the lowest with 2.63. This implies that respondents from

the said department think that Campus Safety and Security Office is always alert

in case of incidents that may harm people. It is likely due to the quickness of the

response of security personnel in incidents. In terms their quickness and


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efficiency in handling incidents, SHS gave it the lowest weighted mean. They

ranked a bit lower that most of the other participants likely due to them not being

in the school for that long to experience these incidents first hand and know how

security personnel handles them.

Figure 38
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE SHS REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness and Preparedness


Security
personnel are
quick to respond
during incidents.

Awareness and
Security
Preparedness
Security personnel show
personnel efficiency in
exhibit alertness handling
in/out of situation
incidents. concerning
campus security.

Figure 37 shows that item (c) regarding awareness and preparedness was

rated most by the participants from the Senior High School.


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Table 38
WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE
ADMINISTRATIVE PARTICIPANTS REGARDING
SECURITY EQUIPMENT

6. Awareness and Preparedness Weighted Mean Interpretation


a. Security personnel are quick to
2.80 Efficient
respond during incidents.
b. Security personnel show efficiency in
handling situation concerning 2.74 Efficient
campus security.
c. Security personnel exhibit alertness
2.62 Efficient
in/out of incidents.
Average Weighted Mean 2.72 Efficient

Table 38 shows the weighted mean distribution of the assessment on

the implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of

Aeronautics by the Institute of Administrative participants regarding

Awareness and Preparedness.

Each question is computed to have a weighted mean. It shows that the

weighted mean for the following questions; a. (2.80), b. (2.74), c. (2.62)

accordingly. The general weighted mean is 2.72 receiving a rating of "Efficient".

The administrative participants ranks item A for their highest weighted

mean of 2.80 while item C as the lowest with 2.62. This implies that respondents

from the said department think that Campus Safety and Security Office is always
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aware and prepared. It is likely due to the quickness of the response of security

personnel in incidents. In terms of alertness in or out of incidents, administrative

personnel gave it the lowest weighted mean. As for other items, the

administrative personnel give it a satisfactory weighted mean.

Figure 39
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY MEASURES BY
THE ADMIN REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness and Preparedness


Security
personnel are
quick to respond
during incidents.

Awareness and
Security
Preparedness
personnel show
Security
efficiency in
personnel exhibit
handling
alertness in/out
situation
of incidents.
concerning
campus security.

Figure 37 shows that items (a) and (b) regarding awareness and

preparedness was rated most by the participants from the Administration.


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Table 39
TOTAL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON THE
EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS
REGARDING AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Weighted
6. Awareness and Preparedness Interpretation
Mean
INET 2.5 Unsatisfied
ICS 2.84 Satisfied
ILAS 2.94 Satisfied
SHS 2.64 Satisfied
ADMIN 2.72 Satisfied
Average Weighted Mean 2.73 Satisfied

Table 39 shows the total weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

participants regarding Awareness and Preparedness.

Table 39 displays the summary of the data acquired from tables 34 to 38.

It shows that all the institutions in the campus rated the CSSO’s level of

efficiency of security system in terms of awareness and preparedness "Efficient”

with an average weighted mean of 2.77.

The data above imply that in case of emergencies or unexpected turn of

events, all institutions are assured to get a quick response from the CSSO.
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Figure 40
TOTAL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING
AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS

Awareness
3.00
2.90
2.80
2.70
2.60
Awareness
2.50
2.40
2.30
2.20
INET ICS ILAS SHS ADMIN

Figure 40 is a bar graph that shows that the Institute of Liberal Arts and

Sciences participants are the most confident with CSSO’s awareness and

preparedness for giving them a rating of 2.94. The Institute of Engineering and

Technology; on the contrary, gave the least ratings with 2.72.


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Table 40
OVERALL WEIGHTED MEAN DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT ON
THE EVALUATION OF SECURITY MEASURES BY THE PARTICIPANTS

Weighted
Sector Interpretation
Mean
Access Control 2.85 Satisfied
CCTV/Surveillance Monitoring 2.50 Satisfied
Screening 2.68 Satisfied
Landside Security 2.65 Satisfied
Security Equipment 2.44 Unsatisfied
Awareness and Preparedness 2.73 Satisfied
Overall Assessment 2.64 Satisfied

Table 40 shows the overall weighted mean distribution of the assessment on the

implementation of security measures in the Philippine State College of Aeronautics by the

participants regarding.

Among the sectors to be assessed, only Security Equipment received a

rating of unsatisfaction. The overall assessment resulted in an average weight of

2.64 and received a rating of "Satisfied".


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Figure 41
OVERALL DATA DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY
MEASURES BY THE RESPONDENTS REGARDING

Overall Weight Distribution


2.9
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.4
Overall Weight
2.3
Distribution
2.2

Figure 41 shows that Access Control received the highest ratings

with 2.85, while Security Equipment received the least amount of ratings at 2.44.
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VII. Security Qualifications

Table 41
SECURITY QUALIFICATIONS AS ACQUIRED FROM INTERVIEW

Training/Qualification No. Qualified Percentage


Basic Security
10 100%
Training
ROTC/Military
5 50%
Training
Bomb Threat Security 4 40%
Aviation Security
3 30%
Training

Table 41 shows the number of security officers that have received various

trainings to be qualified as a security officer, most importantly Basic Security

Training. It reveals that 100% of the security officers have received basic security

training and there are 50%, 40% and 30% of the security officers trained

specifically in ROTC/Military Training, Bomb Threat Security, and Aviation

Security Training respectively.

It reveals that 100% of the security officers have received basic security

training and there are 50%, 40% and 30% of the security officers trained

specifically in ROTC/Military Training, Bomb Threat Security, and Aviation

Security Training, respectively. This is an indication that PhilSCA’s security

personnel are trained and are expected to be knowledgeable of the things what

guards do and the security measures and procedures they follow.


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Figure 42
DATA DISTRIBUTION OF SECURITY OFFICER QUALIFICATIONS

Training/Qualifications

Basic Security
Training

Aviation
ROTC/Military
Security Training/Qualifications
Training
Training

Bomb Threat
Security

Figure 42 shows the data distribution of qualifications of security officers in

the Philippine State College of Aeronautics.