Crime in Casablanca, Morocco

Crime rates in Casablanca, Morocco

Level of crime
60.45 High
Crime increasing in the past 3 years
58.32 Moderate
Worries home broken and things stolen
42.12 Moderate
Worries being mugged or robbed
62.46 High
Worries car stolen
41.70 Moderate
Worries things from car stolen
56.28 Moderate
Worries attacked
53.78 Moderate
Worries being insulted
50.58 Moderate
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion
29.22 Low
Problem people using or dealing drugs
60.12 High
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
58.27 Moderate
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
53.37 Moderate
Problem corruption and bribery
78.05 High

Safety in Casablanca, Morocco

Safety walking alone during daylight
57.22 Moderate
Safety walking alone during night
29.45 Low

Contributors: 184

Last update: February 2021

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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9 Comments so far
Eliot on Jan 28, 2021:
I don’t get the first comment down there. I’m part of the moroccan Jewish community but I lived most of my life between Paris and Brighton, UK. Now, I settled down in Casablanca and locals news are no different from those in the UK. In Casablanca, murders and violent crimes are rare and occurs generally within the same social circle ( divorce affairs or employers affairs) . I’ve never read or experienced any kind of violence in the city. Casablanca is probably safer than París but nowhere as safe as a little town like Brighton.
However, by using normal common sense, you can avoid all troubles in the city.
The city has got a very vibrant nightlife ( corniche ) and many petty crime happens around nigh-clubs as pickpocket would take advantage of drunk people and snap theirs belongings . Although, I’ve never seen a city of that size having such a huge night life during the week.
The culture is very Arab oriented so human interactions are everywhere. Weather is a pushy seller or someone asking directions.
Yassin on Jan 26, 2020:
Casablanca una città pericolosa.
Non cè niente da fare, è una città che ha regalato al mondo delle ultras fantastiche ma i crimini sono all'ordine del giorno, le persone che si fanno di Rivotril, polizia corrotta e non si può girare con un telefono in mano
Katherine on Nov 17, 2019:
I live in Casablanca. It is not as described by some, as terribly unsafe and dangerous.
Like any big city one must take care, but I walk often and use public transportation (tram, taxi, train) and only ever encounter normal people going about their everyday life. It's also very common for young people to give up their seats to the elderly.
Another thing I've seen regularly is free water. Cafés will have large water jugs for use by passersby.
Bon jovi on Aug 20, 2019:
Honestly, Casablanca is a very dangerous city. It's better to be avoided at all costs.
Not only tourists are at a risk to be harmed in any way but so are locals as well.
Lot of drugs dealers, angry people, corrupted police. Don't rely on police to do anything.
If you think you should visit it, try to be only in Ain Diab beach which is a little bit secure. The rest of downtown is horrible and congested with traffic and people.
Try to be careful from those who ride scooters and motorcycles, they can steal your belongings and run so quick. The buses are the last transportation you will be thinking to take. Completely crowded and horrible.
In general, try to avoid it as it's not safe neither in day nor evening time.
Miloud on Mar 17, 2019:
hi all
this website is really good and offer a good service to everyone to get a true real and clear idea about a city or country where you may have interest to visit
Missar on Jun 07, 2018:
Oliver. Are you kidding? Casablanca is a huge city .there are some petty crimes such as theft and mugging but it is not as serious as you ve said.I have been living in a popular area for more than 10 years and it s reputed to be dangerous and I signalled one incident related to my family:my son was robbed of his phone.ofcourse we hope for more security but now it s liveable.
Dr Kader on Feb 18, 2018:
crimes get worse in recent years worldwide especially in big cities
in UK London 17 teenagers been stabbed & murdered 2 gun shoot killed a day
Knife crimes increased daramatically compare it to last decades
But UK police use the "STOP & SEARCH IN THE STREET" IF POLICE FOUND KNIFE THE SUSPECT WILL GO TO PRISON SO TEENAGES STOP CARRYING KNIFES INCLUDING CCTV WHICH DOES HELP POLICE TO CUTCH THE CRIMINALS
in morocco its different who committed crime those left behind no education & no career and most of them comes from villages and small cities
what's makes these criminals using KARKOUBI high drug tablet come from Spain companies through Algeria with high doze and using motorbikes bug kitchen knife & luck of police presence and quick response of course the criminals will rob and run and will not get caught up as there are no CCTV
But recently the Moroccan police are getting to the bottom of it by targeting those KARKOUBI dealers
At least there are not gun shoot crimes which bit save like but to alone at night its risky in any where
Anonymous on Dec 05, 2017:
Compare With Brazil 61629 murdered for Guns in 1 year
Rashid on Sep 05, 2017:
Dude i witnessed beheading in the street with my own eye! is this Casablanca or Iraq!! shame on anyone who says these stats are exaggerated. just because it didn't happen to you (yet) doesn't mean it never occurred. there are people in distress who are trying to make their voice heard. don't get in their way. BTW!! that Royal grace where the king release every now and then 1000 criminals to society so they can kill us but still scream "long live the king" when he's venturing in this or that city is a f**ing scam. people with murder case can benefit from it because bribery baby. don't tell me this is not a fucking scam.