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Gallup's Latest Law and Order Report
Discover which countries scored the highest -- and lowest -- on our Law and Order Index, which measures people's sense of personal security and experiences with crime and law enforcement. Download the 2021 report to see how each country stacks up.
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Global Law and Order Report
of people worldwide have confidence in their local police, up slightly from 69% in 2019
point drop in Bolivians' confidence in police
of people in Venezuela, Gabon feel safe walking alone
Why does measuring people's sense of personal security matter?
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Explore Past Global Law and Order Reports
Gallup has published the Global Law and Order report since 2015. Download previous reports to see what's changed -- and what's stayed the same -- over time.
Law and Order 2020 Report
Gallup's 2020 Global Law and Order report revealed that nearly seven in 10 people worldwide were confident in their local police.Download PDF about Law and Order 2020 Report.
Law and Order 2019 Report
Gallup's 2019 Global Law and Order report found that nearly seven in 10 people worldwide feel safe walking alone at night where they live.Download PDFabout Law and Order 2019 Report.