Provide A Framework Of Soft Systems In Order To Prevent Crime With A Jihadi Management Approach

Provide A Framework Of Soft Systems In Order To Prevent Crime With A Jihadi Management Approach

Background and Aim: Jihadi management is a culture and ideology based on religious teachings. The most important motivation for a healthy life and crime prevention at the community level is internal factors. The maturity of intra-individual jihadist management provides the inner strength for a healthy life. Due to the importance of crime prevention in public health, in the present study, the framework of soft systems for crime prevention with a jihadi management approach has been presented.

Methodology: In terms of purpose, the present study is in the category of applied research with a descriptive-analytical approach.

In this regard, using the opinions of experts to implement the seven steps of soft systems. In the soft systems methodology approach, it does not address the problem itself, but the components of the problem. In this research, by determining the root definitions, formulating a conceptual model, comparing the real world with the conceptual world, and determining solutions, he has formulated jihadi management with the methodological approach of soft systems to deal with existing problems.

Findings: Seven algorithms of soft systems methodology for using jihadi management in order to prevent crime indicate that crime prevention management in society with the interaction of people, police and responsible organizations with emphasis on institutionalizing the culture of education among It is possible to eliminate the opportunities for committing a crime and increase the cost of crime in the cultural, social, economic and judicial environment by playing the role of law enforcement and law enforcement agencies and overcoming restrictions.

Conclusion: Using soft systems methodology provided a comprehensive framework for managing crime prevention in the police force, so that the concept of worldview, customers, processes, owners and limitations were identified.


The victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1978 was not only a change in the administrative and governmental system of the country, but also changed beliefs, interests, and so on. “People’s, religious and cultural ideals were revived in the country’s administrative system, and a new and new management entered the field of culture.” The rise of jihadist management in the wake of the revolution created a pure and new culture called in the country. A culture in which, in addition to construction activities and “civil jihad,” also led to cultural change. This type of culture and management did not exist before, nor did it emulate the existing management models and methods in the world. Rather, it was like the word jihad, spontaneous and popular. Implementing jihadi management in the police force first requires identifying the existing issues, and then using appropriate thinking in order to implement jihadi management in the necessary areas. Utilization of soft systems methodology enables the authorities to achieve maximum effectiveness in achieving the goals in a specific framework. Therefore, in this research, by using system thinking and soft systems methodology through problem-creating factors, we solve problems and provide a framework for implementing jihadi management. Today, logically, the conflict between the scientific theories and theories of management with the values ​​and worldview of materialism prevailing in Western societies is seen more deeply. In today’s social issues, due to lack of transparency and inability to clearly define issues as well as lack of control over the impact of dynamic factors on humans and society, many fundamental decisions in society are considered irrational and useless. The main reason is the existence of multiple factors that affect issues. They are influential and there are also stakeholders who each have different priorities and as a result there is no complete agreement on the factors and relationships. More importantly, most problems are not easily quantifiable, and people have a strong tendency to quantify problems and then use problem-solving techniques to research hard operations. They try to see the problems in the form of nails and try to deal with their problem in an inefficient way.

Author: Yousef Mohammadi Moghadam

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