Rape

number of police-recorded offenses, 2003–2015

Info Edit
    2003 Ranking
    1. United States 93,883.00
    2. England and Wales 13,272.00
    3. France 10,408.00
    4. Germany 8,766.00
    5. Peru 5,991.00
    6. South Korea 5,899.00
    7. Zimbabwe 3,858.00
    8. Philippines 3,084.00
    9. Belgium 2,850.00
    10. Japan 2,472.00
    11. Poland 2,322.00
    12. Sweden 2,235.00
    13. Netherlands 1,700.00
    14. Turkey 1,604.00
    15. Ecuador 1,488.00
    16. Sri Lanka 1,378.00
    17. Ukraine 1,048.00
    18. Romania 983.00
    19. Scotland 794.00
    20. Swaziland 785.00
    21. Algeria 723.00
    22. Norway 706.00
    23. Czech Republic 646.00
    24. Morocco 618.00
    25. Bulgaria 611.00
    26. Finland 573.00
    27. Switzerland 547.00
    28. Uganda 537.00
    29. Hungary 535.00
    30. Canada 531.00
    31. Denmark 472.00
    32. Cameroon 451.00
    33. Belarus 432.00
    34. Portugal 392.00
    35. Mongolia 386.00
    36. Ireland 370.00
    37. Northern Ireland 364.00
    38. Uruguay 297.00
    39. Kyrgyzstan 296.00
    40. Lithuania 278.00
    41. Moldova 272.00
    42. Slovakia 233.00
    43. Greece 231.00
    44. Croatia 213.00
    45. Suriname 186.00
    46. Syria 131.00
    47. Latvia 123.00
    48. Singapore 110.00
    49. Estonia 107.00
    50. West Bank and Gaza 85.00
    51. Hong Kong 70.00
    52. Slovenia 70.00
    53. Iceland 69.00
    54. Mauritius 53.00
    55. Georgia 52.00
    56. Azerbaijan 49.00
    57. United Arab Emirates 44.00
    58. Turkmenistan 37.00
    59. Bermuda 36.00
    60. Cyprus 32.00
    61. Brunei 24.00
    62. Egypt 20.00
    63. Bahrain 19.00
    64. Qatar 11.00
    65. Malta 11.00
    66. Armenia 3.00
    67. Maldives 2.00
    68. Monaco 1.00
    69. Liechtenstein 0.00
    2015 Ranking
    1. United States 124,047.00
    2. England and Wales 35,798.00
    3. Mexico 15,945.00
    4. Colombia 13,388.00
    5. France 12,956.00
    6. Peru 9,196.00
    7. Germany 7,022.00
    8. Tanzania 5,802.00
    9. Sweden 5,544.00
    10. Russia 3,936.00
    11. Argentina 3,484.00
    12. Belgium 2,865.00
    13. Chile 2,754.00
    14. Kazakhstan 2,339.00
    15. El Salvador 2,248.00
    16. Indonesia 1,731.00
    17. Thailand 1,412.00
    18. Poland 1,233.00
    19. Spain 1,229.00
    20. Netherlands 1,195.00
    21. Paraguay 1,138.00
    22. Finland 1,052.00
    23. Denmark 1,051.00
    24. Romania 1,016.00
    25. Panama 905.00
    26. Kenya 851.00
    27. Austria 826.00
    28. Northern Ireland 714.00
    29. Burma (Myanmar) 683.00
    30. Algeria 610.00
    31. Honduras 606.00
    32. Czech Republic 598.00
    33. Jamaica 596.00
    34. Ireland 538.00
    35. Switzerland 532.00
    36. Cameroon 454.00
    37. Hungary 380.00
    38. Portugal 375.00
    39. Madagascar 334.00
    40. Guyana 321.00
    41. Kyrgyzstan 285.00
    42. Mongolia 279.00
    43. Uruguay 275.00
    44. Croatia 258.00
    45. Lebanon 192.00
    46. Trinidad and Tobago 180.00
    47. Iceland 178.00
    48. Puerto Rico 165.00
    49. Singapore 162.00
    50. Estonia 161.00
    51. Lithuania 155.00
    52. Greece 122.00
    53. Bulgaria 119.00
    54. Cape Verde 106.00
    55. Slovakia 87.00
    56. United Arab Emirates 86.00
    57. Barbados 63.00
    58. Serbia 61.00
    59. Latvia 60.00
    60. Albania 56.00
    61. Senegal 54.00
    62. Slovenia 42.00
    63. Kosovo 37.00
    64. Bosnia and Herzegovina 36.00
    65. Grenada 35.00
    66. Macau 30.00
    67. Armenia 30.00
    68. Malta 23.00
    69. Cyprus 20.00
    70. Montenegro 5.00
    71. Liechtenstein 1.00
    72. Andorra 1.00
    73. Vatican 0.00

    One of the key tasks of UNODC is to produce and disseminate accurate statistics on drugs, crime and criminal justice at the international level. Rape means sexual intercourse without valid consent. Please note that when using the figures, any cross-national comparisons should be conducted with caution because of the differences that exist between the legal definitions of offences in countries, or the different methods of offence counting and recording.

    Source: UN