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Summary table trends in crime rates in existing Schengen states before and after 2007

Summary table trends in crime rates in existing Schengen states before and after 2007

Summary table trends in crime rates in existing Schengen states before and after 2007

In the existing Schengen States, crime rates are generally falling; but as the data suggests, that fall is even more pronounced in those Schengen States with direct (internal) borders with the countries that joined Schengen in 2007. This applies for police reported crime – column (1) – as well as self-reported crime victimisation rates – column (3). In addition, individuals are more likely to report that they feel secure in their neighbourhood at night in states with direct borders – column (4).

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