Personal safety, as a basic human need, is encapsulated globally in national legislation and international accords, all with the aim of maintaining public order and safety. While definitions of law and order may vary by country—and with it the tasks assigned to security forces—the source of funding is nearly universally taxpayers. Every taxpayer thereby has the right to know whether these public expenditures are effective. In today’s viz we explore the efficiency of public safety expenditures global by comparing expenditures with crime levels.
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Beautiful and interesting cities with rich histories can be found around the world. Unfortunately, some cities are set apart not by their beauty or history but the relative safety of tourists in those cities. How can you know if a city is safe to visit? You may want to leave emotion and sentiment aside in favor of more objective data from the likes of international agencies such as UNODC or step into another's shoes and review experience-based data sources such as Numbeo.Numbeo publishes crime level ratings for 378 cities around the world. These ratings are based on surveys of visitors who answer questions on the Numbeo website regarding...
The highest homicide rate in Europe is observen in the East-European countries. The leaders of this ranking are former USSR members: Russia (13.1 homicides per 100,000 population), Lithuania (8.4), Republic of Moldova (6.9), Belarus (6.6), Estonia (6.5), Ukraine (6.1) and Latvia (4.6).
People in Honduras, Salvador, Jamaica, Venezuela, and Guatemala have the highest probability to be shot and killed. A comparison between the rate of homicide by firearms and socio-economic indicators shows a correlation between high rates of income inequality and higher rates of homicide by firearms. Countries with GINI coefficients exceeding 0.45 are at higher risk of homicide by firearm. Gun deaths (number) Homicides by firearm (%) Homicide by firearm rate (per 100,000 population) Social networks & crime rate
Guess, in which country, your car is prone to get theft? It is Bahamas. Guess, in which country, your house is more vulnerable to get robbed by Burglars? It is Denmark. Graph shows trend of car theft & burglary in U.S. Want to know your residing country crime statistics? Just select country from the drop down. Attention Anti-Theft Alarm system manufacturers!!!Did you grab your market share of anti-theft car alarm system in Bahamas.Did you grab your market share of anti-theft home security system in Denmar Source: UNODC International Burglary, Car Theft and Housebreaking Statistics