Crime in Mangalore, India

Crime rates in Mangalore, India

Level of crime
25.00 Low
Crime increasing in the past 3 years
32.02 Low
Worries home broken and things stolen
21.49 Low
Worries being mugged or robbed
19.08 Very Low
Worries car stolen
20.50 Low
Worries things from car stolen
18.18 Very Low
Worries attacked
24.56 Low
Worries being insulted
22.27 Low
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin colour, ethnic origin or religion
25.00 Low
Problem people using or dealing drugs
24.55 Low
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
22.95 Low
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
21.96 Low
Problem corruption and bribery
34.38 Low

Safety in Mangalore, India

Safety walking alone during daylight
80.26 Very High
Safety walking alone during night
70.83 High

Contributors: 114

Last update: February 2018

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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20 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Feb 20, 2018 :
When goons such as S. Ganesh Rao can be branded as future MLA in Mangalore by the ocal Media, you can measure the power of Corruption in Mangalore.
#Anonymous on Oct 09, 2017 :
There are a few pathetic news channels such as Public TV, TV 9 and Daijiworld who are hell bent in disrupting the Communal Harmony in Mangalore.

Having spent 17 years in the city, I can assure you that Mangalore is a very safe and peaceful city.

Please do not trust the Pathetic Indian Media.
#Anonymous on Jul 09, 2017 :
Communal Clashes backed by some Politicians is the ONLY reason to worry about in Mangalore.

Around 90% of the people in Mangalore city are well educated.

Mangalore is still one of the safest cities in South Asia.
#Subba Bangera on May 02, 2017 :
I am south Canara born senior citizen now, and have watched progress of Mangalore from sleepy town to a Tier 3 town. However I am afraid it will loose it charm to unscrupulous building community and end up in disastrous like Bangalore.
Time to do an integrated town planning to sustain.
#Anonymous on Apr 22, 2017 :
Mangalore is a safe place to stay.

The Indian Media reports fake stories which are mostly negative about Mangalore. They rarely report good things about the city.

The Indian Media is pure nonsense.

I've been staying in Mangalore for 43 years, and have never witnessed any communal violence in this place.

Now I am spending my post-retirement days in this city.
#Anonymous on Apr 09, 2017 :
Mangalore is a lovely place.

I stayed there for 19 years, and it was safe. Now, I've finished my studies recently in Mangalore and have moved abroad.
I can tell you a fact that there were absolutely NO communal clashes in Mangalore.

Adding on to the earlier users, there are Horrible filthy news channels such as TV9 and Daijiworld who try to spoil the name of that city.

I miss Mangalore a lot.
#Anonymous on Apr 07, 2017 :
Daijiworld and TV9 are dirty news channels.
These news channels mostly show fabricated stories and try to defame Mangalore.
#Anonymous on Apr 06, 2017 :
Mostly the negative side of Mangalore is highlighted by pathetic news channels such as Daijiworld and TV9.

In reality, Mangalore is a peaceful city.

I have stayed in Mangalore for 24 years, and have travelled to other places in India.
#Anonymous on Mar 31, 2017 :
Third-rate news channels such as Daijiworld and TV9 are hell bent in reporting the negative side of Mangalore.
There are many positive stories regarding this city.
#AD on Mar 29, 2017 :
Communally incited violence is a moderate problem which needs to be put down with iron fist.Else a relatively good place to live
#Anonymous on Mar 28, 2017 :
Educated and polite people,apart from few communal problems no major crime cases .since 4 to 5 years people from neighbouring states come and settle here for business.
#Anonymous on Mar 26, 2017 :
Unfortunately, Communal clashes have happened in Mangalore during the recent years. These communal forces are backed by some politicians.
During the 80s and 90s, Mangalore was a very peaceful city.

Apart from the communal clashes, there are no problems when it comes to major crime in this city.
#Anonymous on Mar 23, 2017 :
There have been a few Communal disturbances reported in Mangalore.

But the city is better when it comes to women safety.
Robbery and pick-pocketing incidents are very rare in Mangalore.
#Anonymous on Mar 22, 2017 :
Communal related incidents are the only problem for crime in Mangalore city.

Apart from communal related incidents, Mangalore is a very safe city.

Mangalore is very safe for women.
#Anonymous on Mar 04, 2017 :
It is a calm city with less population. But the media highlights the wrong things. After all, which place in the world doesn't have problems?
#Anonymous on Sep 13, 2016 :
You'll never find such calm and peaceful city anywhere in Karnataka.
#Jayakumar on Apr 13, 2016 :
I have lived in Mangalore for 32 years. Mangalore is a very safe city. Most people here are soft-spoken, educated, laid-back and gentle.
The Indian Media shows only the negative side of Mangalore for TRP.
#Manjunath on Mar 25, 2016 :
Mangalore is a very safe city. Please do not believe the Indian Media.
#Thanuj on Feb 11, 2016 :
People in Mangalore are polite and well mannered. The crime in Mangalore is very low.
#Naveen on Feb 04, 2016 :
Mangalore is a safe city. This city has a very high literacy rate and the people are educated.