Analisis Spasial Kriminalitas Harta Benda di Wilayah Jadetabek

Aditya Harin Nugroho, Sonny Harry Budiutomo Harmadi

Abstract


This study aims to identify the existence of spatial dependence of property crime at sub-district level in the case of Jakarta, Tangerang, Depok, and Bekasi (Jadetabek), the major metropolitan area in Indonesia over 2010 period. Empirical results by using spatial autoregressive suggest the existence of positive spatial autocorrelation of property crime in Jadetabek. We also find the determinants of property crime is related to per capita household expenditure, number of youth unemployment, number of young population, number of drags abuse case, and percentage of case solved.
Keywords: Property Crime; Jadetabek; Polda Metro Jaya; Spatial Dependence


Abstrak
Studi ini bertujuan mengidentikasi adanya dependensi spasial dari kejahatan harta benda pada tingkat kecamatan di wilayah Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang, dan Bekasi (Jadetabek), sebagai wilayah utama metropolitan di Indonesia, selama periode 2010. Hasil empiris dengan menggunakan spatial autoregressive menunjukkan adanya autokorelasi spasial positif untuk kejahatan harta benda di Jadetabek. Kami juga menemukan bahwa determinan dari kejahatan harta benda di antaranya pengeluaran per kapita, jumlah pengangguran muda, jumlah penduduk usia muda, jumlah kasus penyalahgunaan narkotika, dan persentase kasus yang terselesaikan.


Keywords


Kriminalitas Harta Benda; Jadetabek; Polda Metro Jaya; Dependensi Spasial

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