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PROBLEMS INCURRED BY FOOT

PATROL OFFICERS OF STATION 7,


BAGUIO CITY POLICE OFFICE
Introduction
• Background of the Study

-global
-national
-local
Statements of the Problem

• The researchers seek to answer the following specific


problems:

1. What are the common problems encountered by foot


patrol officers of Baguio City Police Office Station 7?

2. How does these problems affect the performance of their


duties?

3. What are their motivations in dealing with these


problems?
Paradigm
Input Output
Process
1. Data on how it
Literature on: affects the
1. Informal performance of
1. Guidelines on Interview their duties.
Police Operations
and Policing 2. Data on their
Activities. 2. Analysis of motivations in
data dealing with their
2. Area beat patrol problems.
covered and their
duty details. 3. Assessment 3. Data on the
of the result of common problems
3. Common incurred by Foot
problems incurred
interview
Patrol Officers of
by patrol officers of Station 7, Baguio
Station 7, Baguio 4. Triangulation City Police office
City Police Office.
method
Why do we need to conduct the
study?
 The reason why we want to conduct the study about
the problems incurred by foot patrol officers of
Station 7, Baguio City Police Office are the ff:
• to understand and analyse the factors affecting
police performance specifically the patrol officers in
the daily contact with the public.
• to know the reason why few police officers are
doing beat patrol.
• to know what are the common problems
encountered by the foot patrol officer and what are
the impact of these problems to the vision and
mission of the organization.
DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
• RESEARCH DESIGN
- QUALITATIVE METHOD
- DESCRIPTIVE METHOD

• POPULATION AND LOCAL


- 1O INFORMANTS FROM FOOT PATROL OFFICERS OF STATION 7, BCPO.
- 5 YEARS IN SERVICE

• DATA GATHERING TOOLS


- STRUCTURED TYPE OF INTERIEW
- Interview Guides
- Tape Recorder
- Cellular Phone
DATA GATHERING PROCEDURE
Prepare Letter
- Dean of UB SCJPS.
- City Director of Station 7, BCPO.
TREATMENT OF DATA
- Thematic Analysis
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
- Principle of confidentiality
• The researchers will maintain anonymity of the respondents
whenever confidential information is provided and/or if the
information revealed is concerned with security and safety
of the community and the organization. Through the use of
the informed consent form, names of key informants and
other sources of information through informal interviews
maybe written in the manuscript subject to the respondent’s
consent.
• The respondents will be approached and will be briefed with
the ethics of research. They will be informed that they may
participate in the study and that they can withdraw their
statement any time before, during, and after the conduct of
the study. Further, no one among the respondents will be
forced to participate.