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Hi @Amin Pazhohesh ,
You can use Jira Audit logs to identify who deleted a plan: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-cloud-administration/docs/audit-activities-in-jira-applications/
In order to restrict users from deleting plans, you can use individual plan permissions to restrict the “Edit” permissions on plans which will restrict users from deleting the plan: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/limit-who-can-edit-and-view-your-plan-in-advanced-roadmaps/
If the above doesn’t help, you can look for similar suggestions and vote or request a new suggestion from here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-25783?jql=project%3DJSWCLOUD%20AND%20type%3DSuggestion%20AND%20statusCategory!%3DDone%20AND%20component%20%3D%20%22Plan%20(Advanced%20Roadmaps)%20-%20Create%20%2F%20Save%20%2F%20Delete%22
Hope this helps.
You can search by the plan name to filter out the entries in the Jira Audit Log and if that doesn't show up anything, the log entry must have exceeded its retention period.
Or perhaps the plan was renamed, which would still be recorded in the logs if it's within the log retention period.
Please feel free to request a new suggestion and/or feedback about more granular permissions from the above link, so that we can consider it as future improvements.