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Methodology of Extraction of Crime Vulnerable Areas Through Grid-based Analysis
Park, Jin Yi; Kim, Eui Myoung;
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 Abstract
The urban crimes that threat individual`s safety are parts of the serious social problems. However. the information of crime in Korea has only been provided by forms of hot spots around place of crime, or forms of crime statistics without positional information. Those could not provide enough information to users in identifying the vulnerable areas for substantive crimes. Therefore, this study suggested a methodology of extraction in criminal vulnerable areas by using the spatial information, the statistical information and the public sector information. The crime vulnerable areas were extracted through the grid-based spatial analysis and the overlapping analysis from each of the information. In fact, the extracted areas were able to provide detailed vulnerability information than the traditional hot spot-based crime information. Following the study, the extracted results in crime vulnerable areas have displayed highly coincide with Korea safety map, provided by national disaster management institute, which regards to be able to provide crime risk rating in terms of administrative business in future.
 Keywords
Spatial Information;Statistical Information;Public Sector Information;Grid-based Analysis;Spatial Statistical Analysis;Hot Spot;Crime Vulnerable Areas;Korea Safety Map;
 Language
Korean
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