Which Is the Safest Country in the World?

Which Is the Safest Country in the World?

As of 2014, the safest country in the world is Japan, which has a safety rate variable of 86.89. Police in Japan receive great respect, and hence hold great authority, which helps to limit crime and make the streets in Japan pose no personal threat.

As of 2014, Taiwan is the second safest country in the world, with two other Asian nations, Hong Kong and South Korea, being third and fourth, respectively. Malta is the safest country in Europe and sixth safest in the world, while the European countries of Luxembourg and Georgia are the seventh and eighth safest, respectively.