The relationship between victimization of residential burglary and characteristics of neighborhoods

  • HIJIKATA Takamasa
    Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba.
  • AMEMIYA Mamoru
    Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba.
  • ITOIGAWA Eiichi
    Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba.
  • UMEMOTO Michitaka
    Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba.
  • OTA Naotaka
    Faculty of Urban Management, Fukuyama City University.

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  • 地方都市における住宅侵入盗被害と地区特性との関連
  • 地方都市における住宅侵入盗被害と地区特性との関連 : 市街地と手口の特徴に着目して
  • チホウ トシ ニ オケル ジュウタク シンニュウトウヒガイ ト チク トクセイ ト ノ カンレン : シガイチ ト テグチ ノ トクチョウ ニ チャクモク シテ
  • Analysis focusing on the physical environments and way of break-in
  • 市街地と手口の特徴に着目して

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between residential burglary and district characteristics. For this purpose, Moran's spatial autocorrelation statistics and the negative binomial regression analysis were conducted based on the crime statistics data of five cities in Ibaraki. Moran's spatial autocorrelation statistics showed that residential burglary in target cities showed decentralized distribution compared to metropolitan cites. Results of analysis on relationship between residential burglary and district characteristics showed similarities and differences with metropolitan area. For example, opposite trends with metropolitan area was that the areas with high family number and low proportion of residents with period of stay less than 5 years showed the high number of burglary. Furthermore, the number of burglary in non-locked houses showed high value in areas with rural characteristics.

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