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Crime > Robberies: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Number of robberies recorded by police in that country per 100,000 population.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Chile 1,275.6 2004
2 Argentina 905.3 2006
3 Dominican Republic 556.4 2006
4 Costa Rica 527.3 2006
5 Mexico 504.7 2006
6 South Africa 494.5 2002
7 Nicaragua 440.7 2006
8 Ecuador 398.8 2006
9 Swaziland 304.2 2004
10 Uruguay 277.5 2004
11 Belgium 211.4 2004
12 Spain 201.2 2006
13 Portugal 197.3 2006
14 Belize 182.4 2006
15 Barbados 170.1 2000
16 Maldives 161.9 2004
17 Peru 156.1 2004
18 United States 146.4 2006
19 Lithuania 128.2 2006
20 Italy 121.7 2006
21 Bolivia 110.9 2002
22 Thailand 107.1 2006
23 Guatemala 102.8 2000
24 Zimbabwe 101.4 2004
25 Belarus 100.2 2006
26 Latvia 98.6 2006
27 Luxembourg 95.8 2002
28 Canada 94.2 2006
29 Sweden 94.2 2006
30 Poland 92.2 2006
31 El Salvador 92 2006
32 Jamaica 90.8 2000
33 Northern Ireland 90.4 2006
34 Russia 90.3 2000
35 Ukraine 89.4 2006
36 Kazakhstan 88.9 2006
37 Mauritius 88.3 2006
38 Netherlands 83.7 2006
39 Morocco 83.4 2006
40 Malaysia 82.1 2006
41 Australia 81.8 2002
Eurozone average (profile) 76.06 2006
42 Estonia 74.7 2006
43 Algeria 72.4 2006
44 Scotland 69.9 2006
45 Germany 65.2 2006
46 Papua New Guinea 63 2000
47 Georgia 62.4 2006
48 Colombia 61.7 2000
49 Austria 61.6 2006
50 New Zealand 59.7 2006
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 55.78 2006
51 Ireland 55.7 2006
52 Malta 54.9 2006
53 Switzerland 54.6 2006
54 Bulgaria 53 2004
55 Denmark 48.8 2006
56 Czech Republic 46.8 2006
57 Kyrgyzstan 45.5 2006
58 Sri Lanka 41 2004
59 Panama 38.1 2006
60 Serbia and Montenegro 37.5 2006
61 Israel 36.3 2004
62 Mongolia 33.8 2006
63 Croatia 32.6 2006
64 Finland 32.3 2006
65 Hungary 31.9 2004
66 Paraguay 31.5 2006
67 Slovenia 31.5 2006
68 Bahrain 31.3 2006
69 Indonesia 29.8 2000
70 Norway 29.7 2006
71 Burma 29.7 2002
72 Slovakia 29.6 2006
73 Turkey 28.5 2006
74 Zambia 25.8 2000
75 China 24.5 2000
76 Greece 23.4 2006
77 Moldova 23.3 2006
78 Singapore 21.7 2006
79 Bosnia and Herzegovina 20.4 2006
80 Romania 18.9 2006
81 Uganda 17.7 2004
82 Kenya 14.2 2006
83 Jordan 14 2006
84 United Arab Emirates 13.2 2006
85 Iceland 12 2004
86 Tunisia 11.5 2002
87 Kuwait 11.2 2002
88 France 10.8 2004
89 South Korea 10.4 2004
90 Cyprus 9.5 2006
91 Philippines 8.4 2006
92 Albania 7.2 2002
93 Oman 6.7 2002
94 Armenia 5.6 2006
95 Syria 4.3 2006
96 Japan 4 2006
97 Lebanon 3.5 2006
98 Turkmenistan 2.9 2006
99 Saudi Arabia 2.9 2000
100 Azerbaijan 2.8 2006
101 Tajikistan 2.7 2006
102 Qatar 2.6 2004
103 India 1.6 2006
104 Bangladesh 0.6 2006
105 Nepal 0.5 2006
106 Brunei 0.5 2006
107 Pakistan 0.1 2000

Citation

"Countries Compared by Crime > Robberies. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control International Statistics on Crime and Justice, 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Robberies

Crime > Robberies: Countries Compared Map

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nice........
The rate of crime has increased not only in the single area in the world but also in world wide. Taking a thing forcefully from any one which is not yours is called robbery. Robbery is a inhumane thing. Due to increase rate in robberies the people has suffered in fear and can not go any where freely. In this fear people can not enjoy their life fully. The rate is calculated as average per year.For more visit http://enter10n.com/bizarre/top-countries-highest-robberies/

Posted on 06 Aug 2012

Maxwell John

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