ROBBERY RATE

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Region: Europe

CountryRobbery Rate
Holy See0.0
Republic of Moldova3.1
Albania5.4
Russian Federation7.9
Slovakia9.7
Andorra10.3
Liechtenstein10.6
Slovenia10.9
Hungary11.3
The former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia14.7
Iceland15.0
Norway15.4
Czech Republic15.5
Romania15.7
Kosovo under UNSCR 124415.8
Montenegro20.4
Switzerland22.4
Bulgaria23.4
Poland25.2
Croatia25.4
Estonia25.6
Belarus25.9
United Kingdom (Scotland)26.6
Serbia27.5
Bosnia and Herzegovina28.8
Finland30.4
Monaco31.3
Austria35.7
United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)36.1
Denmark38.3
Latvia39.1
Greece42.2
Ireland44.2
Lithuania46.0
Germany52.5
Netherlands53.2
Malta56.6
Italy58.9
Sweden87.1
United Kingdom (England and Wales)89.8
Luxembourg110.6
Portugal128.3
Spain152.2
France153.1
Belgium195.8

Source: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – https://dataunodc.un.org/crime/robbery

 

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) supply regularly updated data on crime and criminal justice through the annual United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems.

The Robbery Rates shown are based on the most recent data (in April 2019), which are 2016 data when they exist, and otherwise 2015 data or 2014 data, whichever most recent.

Robbery Rates are number of police-recorded offences per 100,000 population.