• Philippines: Continuing Child Detention with Adults in Police Lockups, Arbitrary Detention of “Rescued” Street Children, and Extrajudicial Execution of Children Accused of Violating the Law
    BRIEFING PAPER Philippines: Continuing Child Detention with Adults in Police Lockups, Arbitrary Detention of “Rescued” Street Children, and Extrajudicial Execution of Children Accused of Violating the Law By Coalition to Stop Child Detention through Restorative Justice (Philippines) ...
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  • Death Is Fair
    Crimes. They have been very eminent nowadays. Different trials, different decisions are made. Many countries have decided to have a death penalty as a way of punishment for the heinous crimes certain people have done, except the Philippines. In 1987, death penalty was abolished. This gave the Philippines...
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  • Crime Rates: an Econometric Analysis
    Crime Rates: An Econometric Analysis using population, unemployment and growth Table of Contents I. Introduction A.) Background of the Study B.) Problem Statement C.) Objectives D.) Significance of the Study E.) Scope and Limitations II. Review of Related Literature III. Operational...
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  • Personal Accident and Health Insurance in the Philippines, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    Reportstack has announced a new market research publication on Personal Accident and Health Insurance in the Philippines, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017. The written premium of the Philippines personal accident and health insurance segment increased from PHP3.7 billion (US$83.8 million) in 2008 to...
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  • Crime Rate
    criminal, can be a suspect. Crime has been increasing in Philippines recently. The public’s fear of crime is a major concern for policymakers, more so if it involves a marked and sudden increase of violent and property crime. Meanwhile, violent crime generally includes crime of violence such as murder...
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  • public administration
    REFLECTION PAPER (Corruption in the Philippine Navy Procurement System by: LT Antonio F. Trillanes IV) Additional cost for specific purposes… Hidden Agenda…. Hidden Desires… Self Interest…. The fruit of greediness… Ignorance of power… Killer of the progress in ones living… CORRUPTION...
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  • criminologist
    Republic of the Philippines Department of the Interior and Local Government National Police Commission Philippine National Police CRIME LABORATORY, BUTUAN CITY POLCE OFFICE San Geronimo, Butuan City FIREARM EXAMINATION REPORT REPORT NO. RIFALS-021-2014 CASE:PARRICIDE SUSPECT/S: ...
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  • Corruption
    everywhere, it is a huge problem in the world, especially in the third world countries. I grew up in a very corrupt third world country, the Philippines. Philippines is a small island in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean, with a population of approximately 94 million. I grew up exposed with corruption...
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  • E-Commerce
    Republic Act 8792 or E-Commerce Law of the Philippines was signed into law last June 14, 2000. It is landmark legislation in the history of the Philippines. Not only has this bill made the country a legitimate player in the global marketplace. The Philippine Internet community has played a major role...
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  • U.S. Versus Domingo
    G.R. No. L-17021, U.S. v. Dominguez Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila EN BANC DECISION February 23, 1921 G.R. No. L-17021 THE UNITED STATES, plaintiff-appellee, vs. ISAAC DOMINGUEZ, defendant-appellant. Pablo, Guzman & Lucero for appellant. Attorney-General Feria for appellee. Villamor...
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  • Us vs. Fowler, Us vs. Bull Case Digests
    case, theft, committed on board while navigating on high seas. HELD: The accused claim that the CFI of Manila has no jurisdiction over the case as the crime was committed on high seas and not in the city of Manila or within the territory comprising the Bay of Manila or upon the 3-mile limit which the jurisdiction...
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  • An Overview of the Cybercrime Law of the Philippines
    Prevention Act of 2012, officially recorded as Republic Act No. 10175, is a law in the Philippines approved on 12 September 2012. It aims to address legal issues concerning online interactions and the Internet in the Philippines. Among the cybercrime offenses included in the bill are cybersquatting,cybersex...
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  • Term Paper Hohoho
    importance of the cybercrime law Philippines approved on 12 September 2012. In this paper, A SWOT Analysis is conducted to indentify the internal factors (strength and weaknesses) and external factors (opportunities and threats). It is found that some articles of Philippines Cybercrime Law contains some...
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  • Democracy vs. Martial Law
    Philippines: Martial Law Regime or Democratic Country Before the Filipinos attained the democracy of their country, they first experienced the different kind of discipline the most of their leaders gave, the Martial Law regime. Martial Law (Batas Militar) refers to the period of Philippine history wherein Philippine...
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  • robbery incidence rate
    INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Crime is as old as mankind itself. Since the biblical crime back in the days of Cain, societies have emerged, laws have been created, and prohibitions have been declared but violations of forbiddances have continued. Crime has been with us from the very beginning;...
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  • Cybercrime Law
    Prevention Act of 2012, officially recorded as Republic Act No. 10175, is a law in the Philippines approved on 12 September 2012. It aims to address legal issues concerning online interactions and the Internet in the Philippines. Among the cybercrime offenses included in the bill are cybersquatting, cybersex...
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  • NSTP 1
    first military training service in the Philippines Polo y servicios – males are required to give service to the government as a construction worker for 40days in a yr. Falla- payment given to the government instead of giving services 1912- Rep. of the Philippines establishes its formal military training...
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  • Traffic
    Treaty Sources * HR -- HR treaties * IHL – IHL treaties Is IHL relevant to the Philippines? Yes, very relevant because of historical & current involvements of the Philippines in major armed conflicts, both international and non-international, especially since World War II and...
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  • Juveniles
    Juvenile delinquency Juvenile delinquency, also known as juvenile offending, or youth crime, is participation in illegal behavior by minors (juveniles) who fall under a statutory age limit. Most legal systems prescribe specific procedures for dealing with juveniles, such as juvenile detention centers...
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  • Pest Philipines(Ps)
    Philippines Facts Area: 300,000 sq km (115, 830 sq miles), 7107 islands Population: 94 million (2010 estimate) Capital city: Manila, part of the Metro Manila conurbation (total population 11.55 million) Languages: Filipino, based on Tagalog, is the national language. English is also an official...
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