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Explaining the Relationship between Police Social Capital and Social Security in Bandar Abbas


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 Background and objectives: Police, as one of the public institutions, are the main pillars of any sovereignty, and as one of the social sub-systems, the establishment of Social security is one of its main tasks. Security maintenance requires several factors, one of which is the social capital of the police. This research was conducted in Bandar Abbas aiming at explaining the relationship between social capital of the police and Social security. Methodology: The population under study included all over-15-year-old individuals living in Bandar Abbas, among whom a sample of 250 people was selected using multi-stage cluster sampling method. The research method in this study is survey. The data were collected using a questionnaire. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed using face validity and the reliability was estimated using Cronbach's alpha coefficient. After collecting the questionnaires, the data were analyzed by SPSS software. Findings: The obtained results show that there is a significant relationship between social capital of the police and Social security (r =. 336). There is also a positive and significant relationship between the triple dimensions of social capital of the police (police trust, Collaboration with police, and Awareness of police activities) and Social security. In multivariate regression analysis, Awareness of police activities, Collaboration with police, and police trust have been able to explain 18. 6% of dependent variable variations, respectively. Results: By increasing the social capital of the police in the tripartite dimensions, the sense of Social security also increases.


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