Factors Affecting Efficiency of Crime Investigation and Suppression Performance of Police Officers at Surat Thani Police Station

Authors

  • Pattalasaya Panomwan na Ayutthaya Internal Security Operations Command

Keywords:

Police Officers, Surat Thani Province, Efficiency of Performance

Abstract

This research has purposes to study and compare efficiency of crime investigation and suppression performance of police officers separated by population characteristics, and to study factors affecting efficiency of crime investigation and suppression performance of police officers. The participants were 135 police officers at Surat Thani Police Station. Research instrument was a questionnaire. The data was analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, analysis of variance, Pearson’s simple correlation coefficient statistics, and regression equation. The results indicated that the overall efficiency of performance was at the highest level ( = 4.36 , S.D. = 0.36) Factors affecting efficiency of overall and each section performance was at the highest level with sections as follows: work progress, superior and colleagues, personnel basis, and equipment for work respectively. The result of comparing different population characteristics factors which affected different performance efficiency suggested that age, average income, work duration, and work experience of the crime investigation and suppression sector caused no difference of performance efficiency at the statistical level of 0.05 Moreover, the factor which affected efficiency of crime investigation and suppression performance of police officers at
Surat Thani Police Station was work progress (=0.292) at the statistical level of 0.05 with coefficient of multiple correlation (R) at 0.549, and relation at 30.1%.

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Published

2020-05-30

How to Cite

Panomwan na Ayutthaya, P. (2020). Factors Affecting Efficiency of Crime Investigation and Suppression Performance of Police Officers at Surat Thani Police Station. Journal of Public Administration and Social Management, 2(1), 37–48. Retrieved from https://ssrujournal.com/index.php/jpasm/article/view/20

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