How safe is Johor Bahru?

How safe is Johor Bahru?

How safe is Johor Bahru?

JB Has Very High Crime Rates The rate of crime in JB has catapulted over the years to unprecedented levels. Theft, pick pocketing is rampant and one cannot enjoy a safe environment like in Singapore.

Which state of Malaysia has the highest crime rate?

From Figure 3, 7 the states with the highest average index crime rates per 100,000 of the population between 2010 and 2017 are KL and Selangor respectively. 42.4% of the total index crimes occurred in the states of KL and Selangor.

Which crime is the highest in Malaysia?

Crime rates in Malaysia

Level of crime 57.11 Moderate
Problem people using or dealing drugs 50.47 Moderate
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft 60.28 High
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery 54.71 Moderate
Problem corruption and bribery 71.55 High

Which is most criminal area in the world?

Tijuana is the most dangerous city in the world. It has a population of about 2 million people and has the highest number of homicides. Even with these high murder rates, the city does not show any signs of a decrease in killings.

Is Johor a good place to live?

For Malaysians and Singaporeans alike, Johor is a lively state with a whole lot to offer. Thanks to its proximity to Singapore and fully-integrated education hub “EduCity”, Johor holds promising educational and career prospects which only grows by the day.

How many Singaporeans live in Johor?

5,000 Singaporean families
According to an 2014 estimate by the Johor-Singapore Community Care Association, there are about 5,000 Singaporean families living in Johor.

Who is the Don of Malaysia?

Bentong Kali
Mugshot of Bentong Kali
Born Kalimuthu s/o Pakirisamy22 January 1961 Bentong, Pahang, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
Died 29 June 1993 (aged 32) Taming Jaya, Belakong, Malaysia
Occupation Gangster, drug-trafficking, criminal, racketeer, founder of Indian Gang 08.

Why does Malaysia have a high crime rate?

“There is much to be elaborated on why crime rates are higher in places with a high population density. It is also related to economic factors, unemployment rates and drug use problems in the community, ” he said. Sundramoorthy also pointed out that Malaysians tend to take their personal safety for granted.