The World Internal Security & Police Index (WISPI) is composed of many indicators and a wide range of qualitative and quantitative data intended to rank countries according to states of internal security. The index also measures the ability of police institutions worldwide to render effective security services as well as measuring public's confidence in such services; rates on fear of crime; rates of crime victims and the indicators of police operations and activities.
The Index excludes countries currently suffering from civil conflict, as well as countries with insufficient data coverage.
Police brutality can take the forms of forced arrest, assault, rape, looting and to some point killing through various crude methods. These acts are o…
Data complied from: World Internal Security and Police Index (WISPI)
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