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Country With The Lowest Crime Rate


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Switzerland: Because it boasts one of the lowest crime rates in the world, Switzerland is considered one of the safest places to live. There are extremely few robberies or killings in Switzerland since it is divided into 26 regions with various legal authorities.

 

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Another factor is that there are more law enforcement officials patrolling the neighborhood, making it a safer place to live eg For every 100,000 inhabitants in Switzerland, there are 216 police officers on duty, safeguarding peace, harmony, and tranquillity.The main reason for the decreased crime rate is that residents have more money, making robberies less prevalent.

 

Not only are crime rates low, but half of all crimes are likely to be committed by foreigners.

 

 

 

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Singapore: While Japan is the silver leader in terms of low crime, Singapore is the gold winner in Asia. Efforts to combat crime have not been hampered by high population rates. Singapore has a low murder rate of 0.3 per 100,000 inhabitants, while robbery and robbery are nearly unheard of.

 

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This places the country as the second safest in the world, ranking second among the top ten countries with the lowest crime rates. Singapore has strict rules that go a long way toward making citizens law-abiding. Many offenses have severe punishments, such as whipping and other torturous punishments. The death penalty is also commonly utilized in this country.

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Hong Kong: This country is not only famed for its lightning-fast Internet access, but it also has a reputation for having low crime rates. Hong Kong has a homicide rate of 0.2 per 100,000 residents, making it not only one of the safest cities in Asia, but also one of the safest in the world.

 

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One of the most serious crimes you are likely to meet strolling the streets is pocket theft, theft and robbery are nearly non-existent.

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