It’s true. Switzerland has a murder rate that is significantly lower than the rest of the European Union. Just how low is debatable. But what this all comes down to is that the Swiss are more careful about catching criminals.
I’m not sure if this is because Switzerland allows more police on patrol, or because their crime rate is lower than others. But I have a theory. I think the Swiss feel the need to have a clear path to crime, and they know it’s hard to catch criminals if you don’t know where they are. So they don’t go after criminals they aren’t sure about.
Switzerland is definitely no more dangerous that other European countries, although they still have the highest murder rate in the European Union. But I think the Swiss just feel that they have to do more to catch criminals. They just dont want the crime to go unsolved.
The Swiss murder rate is much worse than anyone could have imagined. The Swiss have a population of over 6 million, but according to the FBI, there were no recorded crimes that year in the country. According to the police, the murder rate is 4.6 per 100,000 people. That’s compared to the United States murder rate of about 13.6 per 100,000 in 2010.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m not bothered by the news that crime has become a thing of the past in this nation. I do understand that the government has to do more to catch criminals (especially drug dealers), and I understand that police need to do more to stop crime. I just wish the Swiss would just realize they’re on the wrong side of the equation.
We are not saying that the Swiss should stop being a country just because crime has been going down. But they have to recognize that they are part of a problem of violence and crime that has been a massive problem in this nation for the past several decades. Even in the early 1980s, when many Swiss were being killed in their sleep, there were still about 3,000 deaths in that year alone.
Now, I’m not saying being on the wrong side of the equation is completely OK. But the Swiss should realize they are part of a problem of violence and crime that has been a massive problem in this nation for the past several decades. Even in the early 1980s, when many Swiss were being killed in their sleep, there were still about 3,000 deaths in that year alone.
How many deaths in Switzerland in the 1980s? Well, that’s a very difficult question to answer. There are dozens of different ways that we can look at that. One of the most widely accepted is the fact that the Swiss are a very rural people with a very low murder rate. But this doesn’t mean that they have no problems, it just means we don’t have the ability to really pin them down.
The Swiss murder rate is one of the most difficult to nail down. Its not like it is 100% safe to say who committed a murder, or exactly how many were involved, but it is a fairly reliable statistic. We get a lot of information from the Swiss police, as well as the Swiss national statistics office, and the Swiss media. The Swiss crime report is published in the Swiss media every month, and that is a good place to start.
The crime report is published in the Swiss media every month, and that is a good place to start.