Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG)

Author: Haris Jebran

Retrieved from: 8 Subh

An overview of the prospects for criminal offenses in the metropolitan area, such as Kabul, is complicated and difficult due to a large number of crimes. Referring to one or more known factors can even be misleading. In most cases, media analyzes target one factor, which is the performance of security forces, in particular, the police, in controlling insecurity. The police’s performance in reducing and increasing the number of criminal offenses is, in fact, one of the factors that can be verified as the integrity of an expert analysis contributes to the security situation, but there are other important factors to consider. One of these factors, which is less attention paid to security analysis and crime analysis in our country, is the performance of gangs and criminal groups. How do gangs and criminal groups work and how do their behavior change over time? In the present article, it is attempted to answer these questions and see the increase in criminal offenses in the capital from this window.

Of course, as it was said, this could open the door to a colonial debate, so that security analysts in their analyzes, with that in mind, would analyze the security situation in Kabul, in which case we will have a comprehensive, effective and pivotal analysis. The criminals are fighting the police. There are two sides here. A good security analysis should examine the performance of both parties.

For the first time in years, Afghan security forces, in particular, the ANP and National Directorate of Security forces, have started a major campaign in the field of trapping and arresting large criminals. The current belief is that the decision makers in the security sector are that it does not fight with the phenomenon of crime as a single one, sometimes it has more obnoxious margins. Based on this principle, the way to fight crime has changed from person to criminal networks.

By changing the way the fight against crime, some of the major criminals were recently arrested, which led to terror in the gangs of gangs, as a result of which they mostly fled from Kabul and fled to neighboring provinces and far from Kabul. This change in the way against mass networks has made space for criminals, which is naturally a consequence.

Arresting a number of criminal strikes and escaping a number of others will provide grounds for the presence of new criminals and bands.

The pattern of gang activity is hierarchical. Large gangs, medium gangs, small gangs, and criminal gangs make up the crime pyramid from top to bottom. The major planes are at the head of the pyramid and lead and control the medium and small bands in both direct and indirect ways. Large recruits, either directly or indirectly, employ middle and small gangs and criminals to work or work indirectly from the middle, small, and criminal gangs. In the indirect form, the medium and small bands are inevitably forced to swear alleys, and if they do not ransom, they can not operate in the area covered by large strata. As a result, when the head of the crime pyramid collapses, the middle gangs, small gangs, and criminal gangs can come and go. This unnamed presence creates a kind of anarchy among criminal gangs. Medium bands try to capture large gangs. Similarly, small gangs are trying to get rid of middle gangs. On the other hand, stranded soldiers are trying to further encourage their recruiting people in a revengeful approach to commit the crime.

In the process of moving at different levels of the crime pyramid, the crime rates increase naturally, and changes in the nature and type of crime also occur. The new criminals are turning to different behaviors and “innocent” crimes to establish their status among specific criminal cases, or because of their inexperience and newness, they commit crimes that are unpredictable for the police and the reconnaissance forces.

In this area, for example, we can mention the death of a six-year-old Mahsa. According to the first study, the criminals who abducted Mahsa were an inexperienced minority band who quickly kidnapped the kidnapping because of the riots and fear of their arrest. Skilled and experienced gangs cannot easily eradicate the abducted people, because they have the experience of keeping abducted people abusive and abusive and can systematically work their work in such a way that it does not cause disturbance and The term “police” is not known.

It can be said that one of the major causes of the increase in criminal charges in Kabul is the displacement of the crime pyramid in the capital. They said that “the perpetrator is one step ahead of the police.” The meaning of this is that the police and the security forces, according to the nature of their duties and work, plan and execute their programs in a transparent and formal process and are subject to the principles, rules, and laws that Criminals can also be aware of these principles, rules, and laws, but the perpetrators themselves are not subject to any law and, according to their nature, can quickly change their attitudes and so-called

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