Other Sectoral Data

SOCIAL SECTOR

CRIME STATISTICS – Year 2014

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

2014
Strength of Police Force 26
Population to Police Strength Ratio  

1:2,000Police Aids (hired by municipal government)

NegativeNo. of private security agenciesNegativeFACILITIES & EQUIPMENTNUMBERFinger Printing EquipmentOne (1)Intra-Station radiocom systemOne (1)Police Vehicles Negative Motorcycles One (1)PNP Sub-Stations Negative

Source: PNP

Month Index Crime
Persons Property
Murder Homicide Physical Injuries Rape Sum Robbery Theft Sum Total
January   3 1           4
February       1         1
March                 0
April   1             1
May                 0
June   1             1
July     2     1     4
August   2 1     1     4
September                 0
October                 0
November   1             1
December     2           2
TOTAL 0 9 6 1   2 0   18

SECTORIAL DATA

  • CRIME STATISTICS – Year 2014 (Summary)
    Month INDEX CRIME NON-INDEX CRIME Total Crime Volume Total Crime Solved Crime Sol. Eff. % Average Monthly Crime Rate
    Total Index Crime Total Index Crime Solved Index Crime Sol Eff. % Total Non-Index Crime Total Non-Index Crime Solved Non-Index Crime Sol Eff. %
    January 4 4 100% 3 3 100% 7 7 100% 13.88
    February 1 1 100% 2 1 50% 3 2 66% 5.95
    March 0 0 0 0 0 0
    April 1 1 100% 5 5 100% 6 6 100% 11.9
    May 0 0 0 0 0 0
    June 1 1 100% 2 2 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
    July 4 4 100% 2 2 100% 6 6 100% 11.90
    August 4 3 75% 2 2 100% 6 5 83% 11.90
    September 0 0 0 0 0 0
    October 0 0 1 1 100% 1 1 100% 1.98
    November 1 1 100% 2 2 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
    December 2 2 100% 1 1 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
    TOTAL 18 17 94% 20 20 95% 38 38 95% 6.28
  • PNP Jail Management Activities
    Month Average No. of Inmates committed in jail Average No. of Inmates released from jail Average No. of Inmates jail to court
    2013 2014 2013 2014 2013 2014
    JANUARY 1
    FEBRUARY
    MARCH
    APRIL 1
    MAY
    JUNE 3 3
    JULY
    AUGUST
    SEPTEMBER
    OCTOBER
    NOVEMBER 1 1 1
    DECEMBER
    Source: Moncada PNP
  • Area and Location of Forestlands by Sub-Category and Primary Use, Year _____
    CATEGORY Location Area(has) %
    A. PRODUCTION FOREST
    1) Timber production (natural)
    2) Timber production (plantations)
    3) Agro-forest
    4) Pasture/Grazing Land Capaoayan, Sapang, Banaoang East, Banaoang West 1, 000 has. or more
    5) Mineral Areas
    6) Watershed Areas Sapang, Banaoang West, Banaoang East, Calamay
    7) Community-Based Management Area
    8) Other Special Uses (tourism, fish farms/ponds,etc.) Capaoayan, Banaoang East, Banaoang West, Tubectubang, Baquero Norte, Sapang
  • Existing Major Agricultural Crops by Area, Production and Market, Year 2011
    Major Crops Barangay Area Production Product Market
    Hectare % Total Volume Value Local Export
    1. Rice
    * Wet Season
    a). Irrigated 33 2,929.0 37% 13,180.50 237,249.0
    b). Rainfed 6 2,532.0 32% 10,128.00 182,304.0
    * Dry Season
    a). Inbred 26 1,000.0 14% 5,250.0 94,500.0
    b). Hybrid 1 100.0 1% 900.0 16,200.0
    2. Yellow Corn 32 1,835.0 23% 10,092.5 121,110.0
    3. Others
    Sweet potato 5 1,250.0 16% 22,500.0 22,500,000.0
    Turnips 3 500.0 6% 9,000.0
  • Comparative Agricultural Crop Areas and Production, Y1 – Y2
    Major Crops Barangay Area Volume of Production
    2010 2011 Increase/Decrease 2010 2011 Increase/Decrease
    1. Rice
    * Wet Season 33 5,461.0 5,461.0 the same 21,943.25 23,308.50 Increased
    * Dry Season 27 1,100.0 1,100.0 the same 5,800.00 6,150.00 Increased
    2. Yellow Corn 32 1,835.0 1,835.0 the same 9,175.00 10,092.50 Increased
    3. Sweet potato 5 1,250.0 1,250.0 the same 22,500.00 22,500.00 the same
  • Existing Agricultural Support Facilities and Services, Year 2011
    Post Harvest Facilities and Support Services Location Type of Ownership (Private, Gov’t., Coop., Company, Individual, etc.) Number Type/Capacity Remarks (whether operational, needs repair, etc.)
    1. Milling San Julian Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
    Capaoayan Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
    San Roque Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
    2. Cold Storage
    3. Multi-Purpose Drying Ablang-Sapang Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Pavement Aringin Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Atencio Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Banaoang East Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Banaoang West Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Baquero Norte Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Baquero Sur Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Burgos Coop. 1 Operational
    Calamay Barangay Council/Coop. 2 Operational
    Calapan Barangay Council/Coop. 2 Operational
    Camangaan West Coop. 1 Operational
    Camposanto 2 Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Capaoayan Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Lapsing Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Maluac Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Poblacion 3 Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Poblacion 4 Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Rizal Barangay Council 1 Operational
    San Juan Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
    San Julian Coop./Barangay Council 3 Operational
    San Leon Coop. 1 Operational
    San Pedro Coop. 1 Operational
    Sta. Lucia East Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Sta. Lucia West Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Sta. Maria Coop./Barangay Council 3 Operational
    Sta. Monica Coop. 1 Operational
    Tolega Norte Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Tolega Sur Barangay Council 1 Operational
    Tubectubang Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Villa Barangay Council 1 Operational
    4. Market Centers
    5. Warehouse
    6. Others (Fish Storage /
    processing, Fish landing
    ports. Etc.)
  • Major and Minor Agriculture Occupation/Groups in Urban and Rural Areas, Year 2011
    Major & Minor Occupation Groups Barangay Urban (Number) Rural (Number) Total
    1. Farmers Ablang-Sapang 454 454
    Aringin 128 128
    Atencio 522 522
    Banaoang East 109 109
    Banaoang West 190 190
    Baquero Norte 126 126
    Baquero Sur 48 48
    Burgos 69 69
    Calamay 54 54
    Calapan 100 100
    Camangaan East 26 26
    Camangaan West 46 46
    Camposanto 1 Norte 57 57
    Camposanto 1 Sur 46 46
    Camposanto 2 81 81
    Capaoayan 225 225
    Lapsing 94 94
    Mabini 111 111
    Maluac 96 96
    Rizal 46 46
    San Juan 102 102
    San Julian 92 92
    San Leon 60 60
    San Pedro 14 14
    San Roque 111 111
    Sta. Lucia East 75 75
    Sta. Maria 168 168
    Sta. Monica 113 113
    Tolega Norte 90 90
    Tolega Sur 122 122
    Tubectubang 166 166
    Villa 76 76
    TOTAL 3817 3817
    2. Farm Workers
    3. Fisherman
  • Agrarian Related Concerns, Year 2011
    Concerns Location Area (has.) No. of Farmer Beneficiaries
    A. CARPable Lands
    1) Covered Ablang Sapang 4.0863 2
    Atencio 3.5219 2
    Atencio 1.7292 2
    Atencio 2.4496 2
    Baquero Sur 13.8386 4
    Sta. Maria 24.3721 24
    2) To be Covered Sta. Monica 8.0000 6
    Capaoayan 8.0000 10
    B. Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs) Banaoang West 1,340.0 1,104
    Ablang-Sapang 1,434.0 1,031
  • Existing Livestock and Poultry Farms, year 2011
    Type Barangay Area Classification(Commercially, Backyard) Production Product Market
    Volume Value
    1. Livestock
    – Goat Camp. I Norte Commercially 100 heads
    Mabini Commercially 200 heads
    – Swine Camangaan West Commercially 100 heads
    Atencio Commercially 100 heads
    Mabini Commercially 100 heads
    2. Poultry
    – Broiler Atencio Commercially 6000 heads
    Rizal Commercially 5000 heads
    – Layer Atencio Commercially 10000 heads
    Mabini Commercially 20000 heads
    San Juan Commercially 45000 heads
  • Existing Fishing Grounds and Aquaculture Production, Year 2011
    Fishing Grounds Barangay Production Production
    Volume Value Local Export
    INLAND
    1. River Sta. Lucia East/West river 97,000 kilos 5,820,000.00
    Suco-Lanat river
    Banaoang West river
    2. Lakes
    3. Marshes/Swamps
    4. Fishponds/cages
  • Comparative Area Utilization of Significant Agriculture Activities
    Activities 2009 2010 2011
    Area % Area % Area %
    1. Crop Production 4675.0 58% 5461.0 68% 5461.0 68%
    2. Livestock/poultry
    3. Fishing 9.7 0.12% 9.7 0.12% 9.7 0.12%
    4. Forest Product
  • Inventory of Commercial Establishment by Economic Activities City/Municipality: Moncada
    Economic Activities 2010 2011 % Inc/(Dec.) Over Previous Year
    No. of Establishments No. of Employments No. of Establishments No. of Employments No. of Establishments No. of Employments
    Wholesale and Retail Trade 230 241 .95
    Hotel and Restaurants, Transport and Storage 19 23 .83
    Communication 35 36 .97
    Financial Intermediation 12 12 1.00
    Real Estate Renting and Business Activities 5 5 1.00
    Public Administration and Defense
    Education 5 5 1.00
    Health and Social Work 7 7 1.00
    Other Community, Social and Personal Services Activities 49 53 .92
    Private Household with Employed Persons
    Extra Territorial Organizations and Bodies
    TOTAL 362 382 7.67
  • List of Business Permits Issued by Type City/Municipality: Moncada
    Type of Business Permits Issued 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
    Construction Supplies 6 7 9 8 7
    Agricultural Supplies 10 11 13 12 13
    Dry Goods 14 14 14 16 15
    General Merchandize 9 9 11 9 10
    Gasoline Station 6 6 7 7 7
    Iron Works 3 4 5 4 2
    Junkshop 4 4 6 3 3
    Meat Vendor 21 20 22 18 15
    Palay-buying station 5 7 8 8 7
    Rice retailer 23 23 24 30 24
    Sari-sari Store 33 33 36 32 33
    Catteries/refreshments 23 21 19 25 26
    Pawnshop 8 8 8 10 11
    Bank 1 1 2 1 1
    Computer Services 5 8 11 13 12
  • Historical Data on Industrial Areas City/Municipality: Moncada
    Location Industrial Areas (in ha.)
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
    1. Mabini· Poultry· Piggery 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less)
    2. San Juan· Poultry 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less)
    3. Capaoayan· Poultry 1.8 has 1.8 has 1.8 has
    4. San Leon 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m.
    5. Lapsing
    Source: Planning Office / Primary Survey
  • Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishment by Manufacturing/Industrial Process: Raw Material Input; Production and Markets City/Municipality: Moncada
    Name of Industrial Establishment Manufacturing Industrial Process Raw Material Production Product Market
    Material Source Product Volume Value Local Export (Other)
    GBU Construction Supplies and Hardware Concrete Hollow Block Making (CHB) Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns such as Anao and San Manuel
    MECO Construction Supplies and Hardware CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
    Fourwood CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
    King’s CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
  • Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishment
    INDUSTRY LAND OWNER BUILDING OWNER LOCATION LAND AREA
    Poultry/Piggery Marcos Ng Chua Irene Hui Man Ying Mabini 1.4716
    Poultry/Piggery Edgardo L. Chua Edgardo L. Chua Mabini 1.3027
    Poultry YKK Agri. YKK Agri. Ventures Mabini 1.2152
    Poultry/Piggery Richard tan & Ma. Fe Lao Richard Tan & Maria Fe Lao Atencio 5.391
    Poultry Marcos Ng Chua, Cherry Lou Chua San Marcos Poultry Farm San Juan .8177
    Poultry Eric C. Co Say mrd to Ivy Rose So Hu Co Say Eric C. Co Say MRD to Ivy Rose So Hu Co Say Capaoayan 1.8473
  • Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishments by intensity and Capitalization, Year 2012 City Municipality: Moncada
    Barangay Name of Industrial Establishment Land Area (hectares) Owner Capitalization Employment
    1. Mabini Poultry & piggery (YKK Agri ventures) 5 has. (more or less) Ernesto Lao Yu
    2. San Juan Poultry 3 has. (more or less)
    3. Capaoayan Poultry 1.8 has.
    4. San Leon Poultry 672 sq. m.
    5. Lapsing Prestige Farm (poultry) (.0672 ha.) Reinous Davies Go-Tan
  • Historical Data on Industrial Areas City/Municipality: Moncada
    Location Industrial Areas (in ha.)
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
    1. Mabini· Poultry· Piggery 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less)
    2. San Juan· Poultry 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less)
    3. Capaoayan· Poultry 1.8 has 1.8 has 1.8 has
    4. San Leon 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m.
    5. Lapsing
    Source: Planning Office / Primary Survey
  • Inventory of Tourism Establishments, Year 2012 City/Municipality: Moncada
    Location (Barangay) Name of Tourism Establishment Area (Hectares) *Type of Tourism Attraction Facilities **Ownership
    Poblacion # 1 MONCADA PUBLIC PLAZA 1.2015 has. Man-made, Historical, Cultural Auditorium MONCADA LGU
    Atencio BAR-MAR RESORT Man-made Swimming pool, Function room & cottages Private Sector
    Poblacion # 1 Morales Clan Old Ancestral House Historical/Antique Old house made of bricks & woods of the durable type Private Sector
    Municipal Hall BELENISMO (during Christmas season) Man-made, religious, cultural Manger(belen) made of indigenous materials with fabulous design MONCADA LGU
    *Type of Attraction: Natural; Man-made: Cultural; Festival (event); Religious, Historical and Others **Ownership: LGU; NGA-DOT; PTA; Protected area; A&D lands; Private Sector
  • Facilities in Existing Tourism Establishments and Markets Catered, Year 2012 City/Municipality: Moncada
    Name of Tourism Establishment *Facilities Present No. of Employees Markets Catered
    af ff cf mf ef s/f others Local National International
    BAR-MAR Resort .picnic huts.comfort rooms.swimming pool.parking area TelephoneCell phones Function hall 6 townspeople
    Moncada Public Plaza .air-conditioned CR.parking area.auditorium.picnic ground TelephoneCell phones Rabege café .recreational park.children’s playground.multi-purpose Stadium 12 townspeople .cultural shows (prov’l., regional, national).sports festival
    *1. Facilities af – accommodation facilities (hotels, resort, picnic huts, cottages, comfort rooms, dressing/change rooms, swimming pool, vehicle parking) ff – financial facilities (banks and money changers) cf – communication facilities (Telecommunications) mf – medical facilities (hospitals, clinics) ef – eating facilities (restaurants and other food and beverage facilities) s/f – shopping facilities (shopping centers/malls, handicraft stores/souvenir shops) others – travel agencies and tour operators, airline offices, passenger ferry/shipping service tourist transport operators, airline offices, passengers ferry/shipping services, tourist transport operators/rent-a-car, churches and other religious facilities, town plaza/parks/zoos, recreational facilities, other entertainment facilities.
  • Inventory of Tourism by Country/Province of Origin, Year 2007 to Year 2011 City/Municipality: Moncada
    Name of Tourist Attraction/Establishment No. of Tourists/Visitors
    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
    Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign
    MONCADA PUBLIC PLAZA 500 10 600 10 1, 000 15 1, 100 22 1, 300 30
    BAR-MAR RESORT 600 2 650 2 800 3 800 3 1, 000 5
    BELENISMO 600 5 800 4 1, 000 9 1, 200 15 1, 500 20
    TOWN FIESTA 1, 000 20 1, 100 25 1, 120 30 1, 200 35 1, 220 40
  • Cultural and Tourism Activities/Festivals City/Municipality: Moncada
    Activity *Frequency of Activity **Duration of Activity
    1. Town Fiesta yearly 1st week of February (3 days)
    2. St. Raymund Nonnatus Feast day yearly August 31 (1 day only)
    3. Moncada Beauty Pageant yearly 2nd week of January (2) (Talent Night & Final)
    4. Belenismo yearly Midweek of November – December 31
    *1. Frequency of Activity: yearly, semestral, quarterly or monthly activity **2. Duration: e.g. number of days the activity is held
  • Potential Tourist Attraction in the Locality City/Municipality: Moncada
    Barangay  *Potential Attraction **Within Forest Land (Area in ha.) Within A & D Lands (Area in ha.)
    a) Ablang-Sapang and otherb) rural barangays Agricultural lands· Turnips farm· Sweet potato plantation· Rice and corn fields· Rivers and creeks · Mango farm · Vegetation and orchards 6, 000 has

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