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A Survey on Information Technology Devices in increase and decrease of Crimes

Author Affiliations

  • 1Tehran Azad university-faculty law, Tehran, IRAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (5), Pages 85-88, May,2 (2015)


Applying information technology devices have effective influence on crimes prevention In the other hand using information technology devices has increased committed crimes. So understanding effects of these devices on committing crimes and prevention ways is absolutely essential. The present study is carried out to understand most applicable information technology devices and to understand their effects on increase and decrease of committing crimes. After various researches situational and environmental preventions were chosen as the framework of the present research. To carry out the research I chose library method. Results show that some information technology devices such as CCTV cameras can manage crime committing by recognizing dangerous areas, supervision, arresting offenders and increasing crime costs. In continue devices like mobile phone, internet and satellite will be surveyed.


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