Global Police Index 2019
Polisie | Polizei | 警察 | Police | شُرْطَة | ตำรวจ
Freedom sets us apart. There are no bad police forces in the world, only unsupported forces. Unsupported by those they protect; the public, me and you. Governments see policing as a reactive organization, but being proactive is a necessity meaning availability of resources, equipment and technology. The lack of resources being the main contributor.
The dissimilarity between police service and a police state in Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Asia.
Developing police sciences and various specialties is an urgent need necessity, and the aim of improving the performance level of police affairs, meeting its requirements and strengthening the ability of its facilities, to discuss aspects of crime and delinquency in the legal context and without prejudice to the rights and freedoms of individuals.
What is excluded in the index? Logically Thinking - Any military and private security personnel Data modules are excluded, only true police efficiency data. What is Authoritarian? Freedom of Movement -
Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by strong central power and limited freedom. Under an authoritarian regime, individual freedoms are subordinate to the state, and there is no constitutional accountability.
I can't find my country? The simplest answer is there are 197 countries in the world, but in total there are 232 territories and regions that have some element of self-governance but are not considered sovereign states. 211 was taken into concentration, but only 177 had credible data to incorporate. Comprehensive data is only available for some countries, but don't worry; efforts are in place to list at least 98% of the world countries.
Top Performing Forces
1 Finland 0,056
2 Denmark 0,063
3 Switzerland 0,064
4 Austria 0,068
5 Iceland 0,073
5 Japan 0,073
6 Norway 0,089
7 Estonia 0,090
8 Luxembourg 0,091
9 United Kingdom 0,099
10 Australia 0,100
126 Eritrea 0,347
127 Tajikistan 0,349
128 Yemen 0,350
129 Sudan 0,351
130 North Korea 0,352
131 Uzbekistan 0,353
132 South Sudan 0,358
133 Libya 0,362
134 Congo republic 0,391
135 Central African Republic 0,398
The main purpose of the research is to inform action, not to scrutinize, to prove a theory, and contribute to developing knowledge in a field of Policing, the Global Police Index 2019 by Tinus Etsebeth states clearly that overpopulation is the largest single problem to the world is facing, he also highlights other significance of research within the index.
Namely, 'The Deaf and the Police' on page 37,
'Road Safety in Stealth Mode' on page 92, and
'Police Station Zoning' for safety on page 88.
Research is fundamental for improvement.