Analysis and characterization of polygons of urban insecurity through perception surveys and urban information systems

Published: 16 October 2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fg6gtz5spm.1
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Ricardo Villasis Keever

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Spatial representation of the citizen's perception of insecurity, in medium-sized cities in Mexico. The spatial dimension of this research is the city of San Luis Potosi, with results of analysis of general population surveys, obtained in the period 2012-2013, at the level of basic geostatistical areas (BGA), urban georeferenced, and with the support of a geographic information system; data are represented in polygons more prone to insecurity city. The work undertaken and the results must match with the proposal of the United Nations, the Human Security Program (2009) pointing at the first of its phases: analysis, mapping and planning

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