Comparative criminal ratesNameInstitutionCourseDate
Major crimes•United States: homicides, rape, robbery, aggravated assault•England: drugs, money laundering, terrorism, minority rights, immigration•Germany: drugs, hate crime, immigration, ethnic violence and right-wing extremism•France: drugs, hate crimes, terrorism, immigration and cultural conflict•Japan: organized crimes and drugs•China: organized crimes, corruption, economic crimes and gangs•Saudi Arabia: drugs
Crime rates•United States: low-moderate;13,566 per 100,000 ()•England: Low moderate; 11,293 per 100,00 (2015)•Germany: low-moderate 7,243 per 100,000 (2015)•France: low-moderate; 4,971 per 100,000 (2015)•China: low; 170 per 100,000 (2017)•Japan: low; 1, 820 per 100,000 (2014)•Saudi Arabia: low; 160 per 100,000 (2016)
Why different crime rates?•Some countries how low-moderate crime rates while others have low crime rates.•The differences are due to beliefs of the citizens, nature of punishments and criminal justice systems•For instance, Japanese believes that crime shames the entire community and not individual. They solve their issues informally.
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