2019 Global Law and Order Report
The 2019 Global Law and Order report updates leaders on the progress countries are making -- or aren't making -- toward achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal of "promoting just, peaceful and inclusive societies."
Discover how your country scores on Gallup's Law and Order Index, a global gauge of people's sense of personal security and their experiences with crime and law enforcement.
- More than two in three people worldwide said in 2018 that they feel safe walking alone at night where they live (69%) and have confidence in their local police (68%).
- One in eight (13%) said they had money or property stolen from them or another household member in the past year, and 6% said they were assaulted or mugged.
- The index score for the world in 2018 was 81 out of a possible 100.
- Just 13% of Afghans in 2018 said they feel safe walking alone in their area at night -- down from 20% in 2017.
Percentage of people in Latin America who said in 2018 they have confidence in their local police.
Percentage of Afghans who said in 2018 that they feel safe walking alone in their area at night.
Percentage of Singaporeans who said in 2018 that they feel safe walking alone in their area at night.
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