Crime in Gothenburg, Sweden

Crime rates in Gothenburg, Sweden

Level of crime
54.50 Moderate
Crime increasing in the past 3 years
72.65 High
Worries home broken and things stolen
37.22 Low
Worries being mugged or robbed
45.29 Moderate
Worries car stolen
35.62 Low
Worries things from car stolen
45.63 Moderate
Worries attacked
46.67 Moderate
Worries being insulted
43.46 Moderate
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion
36.35 Low
Problem people using or dealing drugs
55.28 Moderate
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
51.68 Moderate
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
49.44 Moderate
Problem corruption and bribery
33.45 Low

Safety in Gothenburg, Sweden

Safety walking alone during daylight
71.79 High
Safety walking alone during night
42.44 Moderate

Contributors: 226

Last update: June 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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4 Comments so far
Anonymous on Aug 05, 2019:
Beware of African and Arab looking persons in Gothenburg. Just a kind advice...
Anonymous on Jul 24, 2019:
This Country used to be a paradise... it's all fault of irregular immigration!!
Anonymous on Jul 22, 2019:
Nigerian mafia "black axe" gang is now established in Gothenburg. Several gang members have been arrested for large scale drug smuggling of heroin and cocaine, writes local newspaper G-P.
Native on Jul 17, 2019:
Volvo Cars HQ is in Gothenburg and the Volvo CEO had this to say:

"Speaking to the daily Svenska Dagbladet, Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson lamented the fact that the auto manufacturer has been gradually losing its appeal to foreign tech experts and engineers, as well as top managers. The problem, according to him, partly lies in the fact that the specialists are reluctant to move to Sweden’s second largest city of Gothenburg, where Volvo’s headquarters are located, because of the arguably high crime rate."