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This study aims to contribute to the literature on economic density by finding empirical evidence on whether the effects of density are going higher to affect the crime rate at the district level from 2007-2018 with 440 districts. This study used crime rate as a dependent variable and population density as an independent variable also had average age, married, the proportion of divorce, the proportion of gender, and the proportion of urban as relevant variable control. Density appears to have adoi:10.36574/jpp.v6i3.342 fatcat:hzbqufggy5fmnfabooslipqexy