This article is dedicated to recognition of the consequences of environmental-visual pollutions with behavioral-pollutions (anomies) in urban spaces. Primary surveys in this regard focused on the coincidence of the fact that visual and environmental pollutions happen simultaneously with social diversions and abnormalities. However, in this study the most important visual and environmental pollutants are considered separately. For Tehran urban spaces, a frame work of a research plan was arranged and analyzed comparatively with previous studies. Then, a checklist was arranged according to desk studies, and later filled within field works Field and paper information on the most potential places to commit crimes were collected and compared to the report of Tehran Police Office. Results show a more probability and possibility relationship between these two phenomenons (in comparison to healthier spots).
The findings revealed that through better management and planning, even emergence of behavioral pollution can be prevented.