Australia’s Most Dangerous State in 2012 Revealed

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You’ve probably heard about the most dangerous or unfit cities in the world. But do you know which state, territory, or city in the Land Down Under has the highest crime rates? It’s hard to think of Australia this way as it’s known to be one of the most orderly, secure, and peaceful countries in the world. It’s not a place known for violence, although there’s the occasional sensational murder case taking over local headlines. But even so, you would agree when we say this is not a common occurrence. According to the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), there has been a “continuing decrease in crime levels around Australia.” This affirms the state of peace and order in the country, reflecting the efficiency with which governing laws and policies are being implemented. Despite this, the fact remains that crime DOES happen. And you would not want it to happen to YOU. If you’re planning to open a business, start a commercial venture, or move to some other part of the country, consulting this list will help you make better entrepreneurial and personal decisions, as well as boost your chances of avoiding security risks in the process. The Statistics Out of 6 states and 2 territories, New South Wales (NSW) has recorded the most number of homicide victims: 119. When you compare this with bigger states, such as Western Australia (53) and Queensland (104), this appears to be quite an eyebrow-raising figure. However, this could be attributed to some incidents not reported to authorities in some areas due to certain factors. The Australian Capital Territory logged the least number of...