Author: ESTELA L. REYNANTE – GACAO Type of Document: Thesis
Type of Publication: Unpublished
5. Host/ Accrediting Institution: Saint Louis University P.O. Box 71 Andres Bonifacio Street, Baguio City, 2600 Philippines (Private/ sectarian – CHED, CAR) 6. Sponsor (for funded Research): Not applicable 7. Keywords: Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Budget, Financing, Inmates, Rehabilitation Size, Impact, Services, Jail Staff 8. Abstracts 8.1 Summary: The study was an assessment of the financing of jails and the impact of size on the equalization of services to inmates under Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Baguio-Benguet. The study also determined the existing types pf jails, sources of funds and their significant difference, the adequacy of services rendered to inmates and jail staff and its significant difference, the degree of seriousness of problems encountered and its significant difference, and the relationship between budget allocation, size of jails as to the services rendered. Descriptive and historical method of research was used. The .05 level of significance was used as reference in accepting and rejecting the hypothesis. The questionnaire checklist as the primary tool was answered by 40 respondents from the BJMP using purposive sampling. Personal interviews and observations was conducted to verify data. Secondary sources include published and unpublished materials, speeches, seminars, and issuance from the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and the Department of Budget Management. 8.2 Findings:
The study showed the BJMP jails are classified according to number of inmates confined. These are Type “A” city/district/municipal jail (100 and above number of inmates) an ideal organization structure, Type “B” city/district/municipal jail (has a population of...