Danmark

1. juli 2006

Last comparison of crime rates between nations – ever!


Offences related to the number of inhabitants, year

2001–Offences per 100,000 inhabitants

Source: www.interpol.com

Notice, all English files on Danmark : https://danmark.wordpress.com/category/english-oder-deutsches-version/

Information of Denmark published these comparisons in 2003

Danish version of this file: http://www.lilliput-information.com/economics/intkrim.html

No such thing will ever be avaible again

And that’s why other media missused this site too

It is obvious that ”Homicides/Murder” and “Theft, totally” happened about twice as often in Sweden than in USA. “Rape” happened about 10% more often in Sweden compared with USA. And “Offences, totally” happened more than three times as often than in USA.

When it comes to ”Homicides/murder” and ”Rape” there still is a difference when you compare Sweden and Albania. “Homicides/murder” happened most infrequent in Finland and England, but about six times as often in Sweden compared with that. “Theft totally” was about twice as frequent in Sweden, when you compare to the other Nordic countries, and also more frequently than in England. Narco-criminality in Norway is about three times as frequent, when you compare with the other Nordic countries. The long coastline play an important role. Here is no available registrations for USA.

Table notes: Where the table shows a dash there are either no available registrations or the division of categories cannot be compared with the figures in other countries. There are other sexual characterised offences, but the categories do not seem to harmonize from country to country.

Description: If ”Serious assault” has been defined identical in the single countries is difficult to say. For a few of the countries registrations from year 2002 have been published.

Look at Denmark, and you will find criminality is increasing generally:

Interpol’s table, last column assign room for figures of how many offences that were made by foreigners.None of the countries have any registrations here. As matters develop with naturalisations and a disordered account of population it is not becoming easier to divide the criminal offences between foreigners and the ordinary populations.To enlighten what is going on I have to tell that Finland has the most restrictive law of immigration, when you compare with the other Nordic countries.

…………………

A propos Sweden: ”It goes on very well for Sweden”, it is often said. But the need for the state to borrow increases from 27 (Amer.) billions sw.krones to 41 billions. That was the first forecast of the Bureau of State-Debt for 2004. The forecast is based on prosperity-business-cycles (compare the Keynes-theories that are just theories). The uncertainty is large for the future development, and the Bureau of State-Debt consider it likely that the state will need to borrow more, not less money. The Swedish State-Debt is rising and the amount is 1,517 billions or 1.517 (Amer.) trillions sw.kroner (about $190 billions) now. The tax-revenue is decreasing substantial at the same time. Sweden had in average 8,909,128 inhabitants in 2001.What concerns Denmark is not entirely different, even though you hear something else.Denmark had 5,349,212 inhabitants in 2001.

Some supplements on especially New York and Washington in 2004:

http://newkai.com/mt/archives/2006/09/crime_in_new_yo.html

2003-07-21

2006-07-02

Joern E. Vig, M. Sc. (Economics)

24 kommentarer »

  1. Crime in New York City vs. Other U.S. Cities, What’s up with Sweden!?

    Searching for a job, and being international relations major, I have not excluded the possibility of moving to New York City in the not-so-distant future. I’ve received some comments about New York City crime, which has led me to do…

    Trackback af Kai's Weblog — 27. september 2006 @ 15:42

  2. I put a link to your fine information on Washington and New York, 2004

    Kommentar af Sonia Wahnloop — 27. september 2006 @ 16:43

  3. In Sweden the immigrants draw the picture.

    Kommentar af Sonia — 26. oktober 2006 @ 09:35

  4. I’ve taken a quick look at your postings, which are very interesting. Lots of material and ideas! Congrats on being so focused!

    Kommentar af man — 2. november 2006 @ 15:51

  5. […] Hvad Stefan Jonsson i øvrigt laver med danske aviser, medens Helsingborg og Malmø står i de eksploderende bilbombers tegn, og kriminaliteten i Sverige vokser mod nye verdensrekorder uden for Albanien og aktive krigszoner, godt accelereret op af nye rekord-tilstrømninger år for år af ikke-vestlige indvandrere, må være det givtige bijob i den allesteds nærværende politically correctness’ (pc’s) fredhellige navn. […]

    Pingback af Svensk Meningsdanner paa Krigsstien « Danmark — 15. november 2006 @ 10:26

  6. […] An English translation is here…” […]

    Pingback af We are being used as source on large blog « Danmark — 19. august 2007 @ 18:51

  7. […] An English translation is here…” […]

    Pingback af Danmark.Wordpress.com is being miss-used « Dissidentpress — 20. august 2007 @ 06:28

  8. I moved to NYC after growing up in Canada and was shocked. In Canada, we are taught that violent crime is commonplace in the US and rare in our own country (not unlike what Europeans are led to believe); but I found that NY to be far safer and less criminal that Toronto. You can cite all the statistics you want, but I will always believe what my own experience taught me.

    Kommentar af Jerry — 20. august 2007 @ 19:18

  9. What a lot of crap. There were 187 murders / homicides in Sweden in 2001. That makes it 2 per 100,000.

    http://www.bra.se/extra/measurepoint/?module_instance=4&name=By principal offence, 1975-2006&url=/dynamaster/file_archive/070808/1b850e183110a0fb12a79d1051a60838/Lagf%25f6rda%2520efter%2520huvudbrott%25201975%252d2006.xls

    Kommentar af Heywood Jablome — 20. august 2007 @ 20:23

  10. Jerry, I hope you will incalculate homicides. I would not rely on even official Swedish statistics. I refer directly to Interpol-data.

    Most sincere
    Sonia

    Kommentar af Sonia — 20. august 2007 @ 20:45

  11. If I don’t remember wrong, New York began to give more punishment for assault not many years ago.

    Sonia

    Kommentar af Sonia — 20. august 2007 @ 20:48

  12. What of the presence / absence of ducks?

    Kommentar af Kraham — 20. august 2007 @ 21:00

  13. Either I don’t know anything about ducks’ criminal acts or I have not recently seen documentation for ducks’ registred general calming effects on people.

    Sonia

    Kommentar af Sonia — 21. august 2007 @ 05:54

  14. […] and a English-written Danish blog http://Dissidentpress.Wordpress.com run by Jens Nielsen was almost blocked by the nonsence from Aftenposten and our unsuspecting friend on the Western side of the Atlantic.This blog got 6,903 visits that day 22 or 23 August 2007, because we long ago had tried qualified to unravel the miss the statistics concerning comparing by nationality had ended up in with Interpol as literally the last source on: https://danmark.wordpress.com/2006/07/01/last-comparison-of-crime-rates-between-nations-ever/ […]

    Pingback af The Crimes are not Norwegian « Danmark — 5. november 2007 @ 17:27

  15. […] And a English-written Danish blog http://Dissidentpress.Wordpress.com run by Jens Nielsen was almost block by the nonsence from Aftenposten and our unsuspecting friend on the Western side of the Atlantic. This blog got 6,903 visits that day 22 or 23 August 2007, because we long ago had tried qualified to unravel the miss the statistics concerning comparing by nationality had ended in with Interpol as literaly the last source on: https://danmark.wordpress.com/2006/07/01/last-comparison-of-crime-rates-between-nations-ever/ […]

    Pingback af The Boom Of Crimes Is Still Not Norwegian « Dissidentpress — 5. november 2007 @ 17:43

  16. […] comparison of criminalitet has stopped via Interpol. Suddenly this seams clear as the day. Last comparison of international criminality. We have refered the last comparison of criminalitet ever published before it was erased and the […]

    Pingback af The Chief of Interpol will be convicted « Dissidentpress — 12. januar 2008 @ 11:20

  17. Interpol made a mistake and overestimated Sweden’s murder statistics by a factor of over five. The economist got nailed as well and had to issue a correction. See below..Not sure whether the mistake also effected other statistics (rape rates) but this certainly suggests that caution is warranted before jumping to conclusions about the crime rates in Sweden.

    Correction: Sweden’s murder rate
    Oct 23rd 2003
    From The Economist print edition

    Due to an inaccuracy (now corrected) in Interpol’s database, our comparative chart in an article on South African crime on October 11th exaggerated Sweden’s murder rate by a factor of more than five. Our apologies, especially to law-abiding Swedes.

    Kommentar af Adan Felton — 19. januar 2008 @ 04:34

  18. Please be so kind to hand over the url showing the corrected database concerning Sweden on Interpol’s site

    I have read http://www.economist.com/world/africa/displaystory.cfm?story_id=2131478 and this has not the slitest to do with the information in my file that refers to quite another source. I never pointed at economist.com as a source.
    So you are 3000 off.

    Sonia

    Kommentar af Sonia Wahnloop — 21. januar 2008 @ 16:01

  19. […] English version […]

    Pingback af Sidste internationale kriminalitetssammenligning - formentlig? « Danmark — 1. marts 2008 @ 09:49

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    I look ahead to more innovative postings like this one. Does your website have a RSS I can subscribe to for fresh posts?

    Kommentar af Audinfoniniop — 23. november 2009 @ 21:48

  22. So is the Sweden’ s crime rate a mistake or not ?

    Anybody can confirm and give maybe a link to the source?

    Those statistics are weird to me.

    Thank you in advance.

    Kommentar af James — 30. april 2010 @ 09:02

  23. No, the figures I have given is the the last correct ones. A lot of big blogs in US have listened to some wild claims from authorities in Sweden… BUT THOSE CLAIMS WERE CONCERNING A MUCH LATER YEAR THAN 2001 AND SOME DEFAULT TRANSMISSION OF DATA. AS I REMEMBERED IT WAS THE ECONOMISTS THAT REFERED THE SWEDISH AUTHORITIES’ CONCERNS OF QUITE OTHER FIGURES THAN THOSE I WRITE ABOUT.

    This was misunderstood – deliberately of course. We a not supposed to know truth of what is going on concerning crimes in Sweden!

    You can just compare meaningfully what is comparable. Therefore we chose Homicide/murder, rape and the Theft (total number) that by definition is the same in Sweden and in USA.

    And we concluded that homicide/murder happens almost twice as often in Sweden 10.01 (US: 5.61) – taking the amount of population into consideration). And also Theft, more than the double in Sweden.

    It is not possible to go the Interpol-sources any longer due the fact that Interpol has closed down their international comparisons.

    Something became too obvious.

    J. E. Vig

    Kommentar af J. E. Vig — 30. april 2010 @ 09:44


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