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The growing population today has caused countless dilemmas over urban spaces and as a result of the quality of life of the urban population. One of these urban issues is the formation of mass crime centers. Therefore, spatial and pathological analysis of these centers to address these issues is one of the necessities and requirements of urban planning. The aim of this study is to investigate the spatial pathology of the city of Orkhus through the identification of mass crime centers. The method of doing descriptive-analytic work and the type of research is in terms of applied purpose. The data of this research are from the highest number of committing crimes committed in 1395 in the city of Orkouz, which was filed and filed in the city of Malekhshahi court. For data analysis, GIS software and kernel density tests and deviations from criteria have been used to study the formation of crime centers.
The research findings show that the highest crime rate is in Qala Dareh neighborhood, and the lowest proportion of crime is attributed to the Salman Persian district. Urban land use map analysis clearly shows the direct and positive relationship between the density of residential uses and mass. Therefore, the higher the population density in the neighborhood, the greater the likelihood of crime occurring. This is well seen in the city of Orqua.