The Organized Crime Index | ENACT
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Ranking by

Criminality

Main Index Scores
Complementary Data
Region
Criminality
Criminality
Criminal markets
Criminal actors
Resilience
Population
Area (KM²)
GDP Total US$ Mi
1 Central America
6.28
5.92
6.64
3.91
177,163,191
2,486,555
1,560,443.42
2 Western Asia
6.02
6.00
6.05
4.23
354,880,971
6,388,473
3,508,752.43
3 South America
5.94
5.63
6.26
4.72
434,484,874
17,707,471
3,207,397.33
4 East Africa
5.88
5.52
6.23
3.46
360,927,676
6,212,833
375,425.89
5 South-Eastern Asia
5.82
5.88
5.75
4.45
675,308,570
4,507,406
3,350,736.75
6 Southern Asia
5.46
5.41
5.50
3.94
1,901,911,604
5,135,270
4,088,776.08
7 West Africa
5.44
5.40
5.49
4.28
413,923,960
5,115,420
724,704.23
8 Central & Eastern Europe
5.37
5.20
5.53
5.01
310,213,628
19,139,321
3,943,586.10
9 North Africa
5.08
5.20
4.97
3.67
214,129,928
6,783,591
809,553.46
10 Central Africa
5.06
4.66
5.45
3.23
216,281,073
6,666,830
242,619.30
11 Southern Africa
4.83
4.57
5.08
4.22
186,520,613
5,325,716
535,780.00
12 Eastern Asia
4.80
4.71
4.90
5.63
1,619,106,160
11,763,053
24,501,226.44
13 North America
4.78
4.85
4.70
7.17
370,139,853
19,711,260
25,303,440.00
14 Southern Europe
4.73
4.14
5.33
5.66
129,324,941
1,041,933
4,057,985.01
15 Central Asia and the Caucasus
4.48
4.18
4.78
3.99
93,337,141
4,189,294
370,753.55
16 Western Europe
4.43
4.48
4.38
7.48
270,848,779
1,421,026
13,830,171.52
17 Australia and New Zealand
4.04
4.03
4.05
7.63
30,810,679
8,008,930
1,802,556.00
18 Caribbean
3.91
3.57
4.25
5.06
39,486,108
219,530
176,962.45
19 Northern Europe
3.86
3.97
3.75
7.89
33,610,662
1,812,960
1,982,536.35
20 Melanesia
3.83
3.72
3.94
4.65
12,029,909
523,010
33,685.46
21 Polynesia
2.58
2.80
2.37
5.74
326,017
3,590
1,313.07
22 Micronesia
2.57
2.71
2.43
5.50
185,716
1,360
1,014.59

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The criminal markets score is represented by the pyramid base size and the criminal actors score is represented by the pyramid height, on a scale ranging from 1 to 10. The resilience score is represented by the panel height, which can be identified by the side of the panel.

How to measure organized crime?

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This report was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of State.

ENACT is funded by the European Union and implemented by the Institute for Security Studies and INTERPOL, in affiliation with the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.

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