It is very important when traveling to be aware if the target destination is among the countries of this selection, the 10 countries with the highest crime rate per capita in the world. Some places are safer than others, and crime rates discussed certainly do not apply in all areas of these countries, but it is still a factor to be aware of. For this selection, United Nations data were verified, although it should be noted that only the data were aligned between 2010 to 2014. Some countries did not report their numbers over a long period and rates may have changed in the meantime. And it should also be pointed out that there were legislative differences between these countries, meaning that, for example, considered sexual crime in some nations, is not considered so in others. As long as the data has police reports at its roots, it stands to reason that the selection, as thorough as it is, may not be entirely accurate due to the various reasons. For example, there are many nations where reporting crimes is not exactly something done on a regular basis, so the numbers are not so accurate. For this selection, United Nations reports on the following crimes were verified: homicide, rape, total sexual violence, motor vehicle theft, private car theft, domestic assault, robbery, robbery, robbery, and kidnapping. Countries with the highest rates per 100,000 people scored the highest. Source: mathgeneral.com
10. RUSSIAN FEDERATION – SCORE 21
The United Nations notes that Russia has the worst when it comes to robbery, homicide, extortion, robbery, theft of private cars and sexual crimes against children, being tenth in this selection of the 10 countries with the highest crime rate per capita in the world.
9. NETHERLANDS – RATING 24
According to the data, the Netherlands ranks among the worst countries to be if you want to avoid burglaries, theft of private cars, kidnappings, theft and total sexual violence. US officials rate the country’s crime risk as “average,” its report cites a high number of crime reports.
8. TURKEY – RATING 36
In the light of recent events, traveling to Turkey is already at some risk because of the political instability in the area, as well as the high terrorist threat that has led to the various attacks in recent months. Thanks to data from the United Nations, Turkey ranked high on several lists, assault, domestic assault, kidnapping, car theft, and sexual crimes against children.
7. GERMANY – SCORE 41
Marked by the US Bureau of Diplomatic Security as a “middle” crime risk country, Germany has a fairly high crime rate compared to many other first-world countries. The UN figures indicate that the biggest problems in Germany are related to theft, robbery, theft, rape and other sexual crimes, including against children.
6. FRANCE – SCORE 45
In fact, France is among the countries with the highest number of incidents when it comes to assault, robbery, rape, theft, sexual crimes against children and total sexual violence.
5. UNITED KINGDOM – ENGLAND AND WALES – RATING 53
Data show that the 2 regions in U.K. ranked high in 5 categories, assault, robbery, total sexual violence, rape, sexual crimes against children and theft. The highest ratings were for the last 2 categories, which indicates a higher rate of notification of such acts.
4. UNITED STATES – RATING 53
The United Nations ranks the United States among nations with the highest crime rates on the 5 different lists, burglary, robbery, robbery, rape and assault. There are obviously many other problems to be careful in the United States, but these seem to be the top of the top.
3. INDIA – RATING 63
The UN reports that India has ranked among the top nations for robbery, murder, car theft, rape, sexual crimes against children, and have been ranked first in cases of kidnapping and sexual violence. The situation is very extreme as well and visitors should be careful.
2. MEXICO – RATING 59
Out of the 12 possible categories, Mexico scored high for 9 of them, homicide, assault, burglary, domestic assaults, kidnapping, car theft, rape, robbery, and sexual violence, with the highest rates following for break-ins.
1. BRAZIL – RATING
In fact, according to data from the United Nations, Brazil has scored high in relation to 10 of the 12 categories. Robbery, burglary, homicide, domestic theft, kidnapping, car theft, rape, robbery, theft and sexual violence are the categories where Brazil gets very bad. The country even got the maximum score on some of these, including homicide, car theft and robbery. All care is scarce when it comes to a country that is the leader in this selection of the 10 countries with the highest crime rate per capita in the world.