عنوان مقاله [English]
ombined criminal policy is a decentralized movement that, by emphasizing the mobility and multiplicity of responses adopted by the community body against delinquency, guides criminal policy legislators in the areas of criminalization, respond making, and litigation process into integrated alternatives. Although, according to this, the paradigm of freedom, equality and power is considered as determined dominant model of criminal policy of governments. As far as it goes, the ability of separating or homogeneity of the combined criminal policy model in the multiplicity of criminalization, including criminality
and delinquency on the one hand and the variety of responses and procedure on the other hand, introduces a new modeling in the field of criminal policy. Accordingly, the function of cultural, social, or statutory actions and civil, administrative, disciplinary, and criminal responses to environmental crimes can maximize the challenge of achieving the minimum achievements in the fight against environmental crime and include the necessary productivity along with changing the scope of criminal policy. Studies showing (are explanatory for) the optimal integration of variables and fluctuations predicted in Iran’s combined criminal policy against environmental delinquency through mere criminal responses and the transformation of this important issue in the coordination of empowerment or preventive strategies and developing the administrative-disciplinary network and civil society is relevant to the crimes in question. This article examines the aspects and effects of a combined criminal policy regarding environmental delinquency and effective strategies in Iran.