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KARAKTERISTIKE PRETNJI URBANOJ BEZBEDNOSTI

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Urbana bezbednost predstavlja kompleksno istraživačko polje, koje čine različiti bezbednosni problemi (rizici, ranjivosti, pretnje), raznoliki akteri, tj. provajderi koji učestvuju u ostvarivanju i unapređenju bezbednosti urbanih sredina, kao i strategije, aktivnosti i sredstva koje su usmerene ka rešavanju bezbednosnih problema, a u cilju zaštite vitalnih vrednosti u urbanoj sredini. Bezbednosna pretnja predstavlja jedan od ključnih, a možda i najvažniji element urbane bezbednosti. Imajući to u vidu, u radu će biti predstavljene neke od najčešće problematizovanih bezbednosnih pretnji u urbanoj sredini, kao i opis njihovih karakteristika, uzroka i posledica. Osim toga u radu će takođe biti izdvojene neke od osnovnih specifičnosti pretnji urbane bezbednosti, a u cilju utvrđivanja zajedničkih karakteristika i eventualnih obrazaca u pogledu uzroka i ispoljavanja pretnji urbanoj bezbednosti. Na kraju će biti predstavljeni i mogući kriterijumi za klasifikaciju bezbednosnih pretnji urbanih sredina, a kao izraz potrebe daljeg utemeljenja i sistematizacije oblasti urbane bezbednosti.

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