|Level of crime||61.98||High|
|Crime increasing in the past 3 years||76.45||High|
|Worries home broken and things stolen||53.10||Moderate|
|Worries being mugged or robbed||48.20||Moderate|
|Worries car stolen||39.27||Low|
|Worries things from car stolen||43.08||Moderate|
|Worries being insulted||61.41||High|
|Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion||52.09||Moderate|
|Problem people using or dealing drugs||31.41||Low|
|Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft||49.45||Moderate|
|Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery||57.34||Moderate|
|Problem corruption and bribery||81.43||Very High|
|Safety walking alone during daylight||45.23||Moderate|
|Safety walking alone during night||35.05||Low|
Last update: March 2023
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.
|Crime in Barysau||44.08 miles|
|Crime in Valozhyn||53.05 miles|
|Crime in Kleck||94.87 miles|
|Crime in Luban||100.45 miles|
|Crime in Mogilev||123.76 miles|
|Crime in Zhlobin||130.58 miles|
|Crime in Senno||131.82 miles|
|Crime in Navapolatsk||146.24 miles|
|Crime in Dubrovna||151.26 miles|
|Crime in Braslav||151.62 miles|
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As a foreigner in Minsk I'm always safe and the people are very nice and helpful.
Of course, the demonstrations have affected this enormously negative index on this site, but totally wrong.
The demonstrations in Minsk was for democracy...sponsored by US and EU.
The demonstrations in Capitol was a terror act in the worlds biggest Democracy USA..pathetic.
So the conclusion is a lot of negative votes here.
You know that your data for this stat is pretty weak in terms of sampling. Also, if you noticed in the comments, some have decided that the comparative lack of safety for political demonstrators in Minsk translates to the streets not being safe for a local average citizen or tourist to walk at night. This is obviously intellectually dishonest & politically charged. Perhaps you can adjust your sample to exclude some of the negative outlier responses? Just for the sake of impartiality & objectivity.
This information is not true
Minsk is absolutely one of the safest and wonderful cities in the world
Authorities here do their work as in any normal country, they follow the legal procedure against those who want to make another flower revolution. Here there are completely freedom of speech, but what is not allowed is to receive money from other countries to destroy Belarusian society.
It is not legal to do political activism under the flag of journalism
It is not legal to use fascist symbolic (as that white and red flag) and who used it will be punished on the same way that Germany do it with their Nazis and collaborationists
Yes, the criminals are now here, those who are wanting to repeat Ukrainian way of sudden violent seizure of power, and to achieve that, they have been bringing terrorist weapons and had tried to effectuate terrorist attacks against members of the state administrations and journalist from the TV channels that the Belarusian opposition dislikes
30 000 people detained since august, thousands tortured, few killed.
You can't call it a safe place for sure.
'Unathorized demonstration' and other pseudo-juridicial constructs mentioned below are used heavily by propaganda and in actual suits as a way of limiting freedom of speech and freedom of assembly, which are under a heavy pressure.
You could be sentenced not for your actions but just for a clothes of specific color, or simply for asking the policeman some questions or by making a photo of their actions.
Yes, Minsk is still quite safe in terms of murder rates or criminal attacks.
But to be safe from authorities you better avoid center of the city on the weekends.
But this happens in Minsk as well as in Whashington. But that's another thing.