Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Assistant Professor of Chaluos Islamic Azad University, Department of Geography, chaluos, Iran

2 M.A in Geography & Urban Planning of Islamic Azad University, Chaluos, Iran

3 M.A in Geography & Urban Planning & member of Young Researchers Club, Chaluos, Iran

Abstract

Locations, time and human beings are the three main effective elements forming criminality behaviors, scholars have found through the environmental crime committing factors recognition. So the differences between the locations, time and behavioral conditions cause geographical criminality misdistribution. Criminals act thoughtfully and logically choosing the location and time doing the criminality behaviors, and selecting the locations facilitates crime committing. External socioeconomic conditions' effects have been studied during securities occurring in this context and also regarding neighborhoods' conditions and circumstances consisting effective factors on locals' crime committing, suffering maybe insecurities in the future. Geographic informational systems and IO ranking form have been used as a powerful protector during the recognition to the analysis and decision making processes. In this research, the studies including Chaloos14 areas, all effective indicators on crime committing have been studied according to central and coastal areas, got the most securities vulnerabilities, considering social factors such as origin dependency, contribution, correlation and low religion dependencies. Besides these factors low dwelling qualities and lightening in central areas are the vulnerable areas common factors. Regarding these findings, we could always mention people and authorities' supervising amount, eliminating these problems, increasing citizens' securities.

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