Qatar has ranked as the safest country in the world and Doha as the second safest city globally, according to Numbeo, a database of user-contributed data about countries and cities worldwide. This marks a continuation of the distinctive position enjoyed by Qatar globally in terms of safety.
A total of 459 cities were covered by the Numbeo Safety Index by City 2022, with Doha ranking second among them with a score of 86.17. On the other hand, Doha ranked 458 out of 459 cities in the Crime Index by City 2022 with a score of 13.83. The Crime Index is essentially a list of the same cities in reverse order, with the lowest-ranked cities considered the safest.
The other cities in the Safety Index top 10 are Abu Dhabi (UAE), San Sebastian (Spain), Sharjah (UAE), Taipei (Taiwan), Quebec City (Canada), Funchal (Portugal), Dubai (UAE), Zurich (Switzerland) and Munich (Germany).
Doha was the second safest city in the 2021 ranking also.
Meanwhile, a total of 142 countries were covered by the Numbeo Safety Index by Country 2022, with Qatar ranking fi rst with a score of 86.22. As for the Crime Index by Country 2022, which has the same list of countries in reverse order, Qatar ranked 142 out of 142 nations with a score of 13.78. The lowest-ranked countries in the Crime Index are considered the safest. The other countries in the Safety Index top 10 are the UAE, Taiwan, Isle of Man, Oman, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Japan, Armenia and Slovenia.
In 2021, too, Qatar was ranked the safest country in the world by Numbeo. The country’s position reflected its strong record in the field of security.
The Numbeo database has been publishing annual reports since 2009, based on the crime rates in countries around the world. The index of crimes is measured according to the laws of the countries, as there are acts that constitute crimes in some countries while they are not deemed crimes in some other countries, which gives a real measure of the crime rate in countries in accordance with applicable laws.
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