Crime in Singapore, Singapore

Crime rates in Singapore, Singapore

Level of crime
31.26 Low
Crime increasing in the past 3 years
59.97 Moderate
Worries home broken and things stolen
29.82 Low
Worries being mugged or robbed
30.06 Low
Worries car stolen
27.19 Low
Worries things from car stolen
33.27 Low
Worries attacked
31.88 Low
Worries being insulted
33.60 Low
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion
30.26 Low
Problem people using or dealing drugs
29.58 Low
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
37.47 Low
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
28.36 Low
Problem corruption and bribery
35.21 Low

Safety in Singapore, Singapore

Safety walking alone during daylight
73.96 High
Safety walking alone during night
66.53 High

Contributors: 931

Last update: November 2020

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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19 Comments so far
Anonymous on Oct 06, 2020:
My god, why are people bombing cities' safety index? Singapore is literally one of the safest countries in the world.
Danny2733 on Sep 26, 2020:
A few time after drinking i forget to close my door , sleep soundly and safely till sun rise . Ever did leave my laptop on the table to go to toilet and came back 10mins later and is still there ! This ranking is super wrong , very few city/country can you experience this.
Ong Jun Hao on Sep 15, 2020:
This is untrue as there are many people smoking in Singapore and this exposes non-smokers to toxic secondhand smoke which contains nicotine and many cancer-causing substances. If only smoking is banned in Singapore and more enclosed smoking chambers are constructed in Singapore to protect the general public from inhaling the noxious incense and cigarette smoke.
If you head down to Blk 65A Circuit Road Singapore 370065, you would have noticed many people smoking illegally at the multi-purpose hall and endangering the safety of patrons to coffee shops. Smoking should be banned in Singapore so as to prolong life expectancy. I am really frustrated by the littering habits of some Singaporeans especially in the poorer districts of Singapore which results in an unsightly neighbourhood.
Anonymous on Sep 13, 2020:
There is almost no crime. But avoid red districts like Geylang and be careful with people trying to scam you online or in some shops. That's about it.
Anonymous on Aug 10, 2020:
I love singapore , in singapore i have never been raped , never been mugged , never faced racism , never been assualted , never been murdered . Very safe country with very low crime rate and good police system/
ISIS on Aug 09, 2020:
i am gonna bomb singapore and make it less safe .
Baby Nigga on Aug 09, 2020:
I love singapore , in singapore i have never been raped , never been mugged , never faced racism , never been assualted , never been murdered . Very safe country with very low crime rate and good police system/
hui on Jul 07, 2020:
I grew up and live in Singapore. Very safe, like comments below mentioned, even ladies can take night walks in 3-4am in most places except geylang. If there are tourist whose hotel is in geylang, I suggest traveling in a group, never alone. However, during the day, it's safe to go explore the eateries in geylang alone.
One place that tourist should avoid is sim lim square, as tourists are more likely to get scammed there. Be extra weary if an offer seems too good to be true, especially if you're asked to sign something.
C S Jr. on Feb 08, 2020:
Well hey, they don't call Singapore a very "fine" city for nothing!
arnolda garcia on Jan 26, 2020:
I lived in Singapore in the 70,s
I loved it and the people of Singapore so friendly
I always wished I could have lived there forever
asking on Jul 25, 2019:
@ dave dee what do you mean boring ? so you prefer random stabbing or gunshot ?
Dorothy Doorasamy on Feb 26, 2019:
Singapore is the cleanest and safest country.Never felt that safe in another country.Everything just in order and efficient,just amazing.How do they do it and other countries should learn a thing or too.Had a fantastic stay your citizens are surely proud of your country.
DAVE DEE on Sep 12, 2018:
Super safe but cruel punishments compared to other Western nations like hangings, floggings and detention without trial. And there are fines for everything you can think of - even one for not flushing a toilet. It is absolutely forbidden to criticise the government or any politician at all (even if it's true) which makes for extremely boring (and rigged) elections and a completely emasculated press. If you can imagine still being in school or living in one giant amusement park - well that's Singapore for you. Boring - but safe, modern, clean and expensive.
na on Jun 29, 2018:
clean and very safe.

but to live here... high cost of living and quite stressful because we rush alot here.you have to work hard if you want to live here.
lil kay on Apr 09, 2018:
Singapore government covers up alot of things you would be supprised to see the true extent of problems in sg
Tay on Aug 25, 2017:
Very safe and clean

But very expensive place to live

Very stressful too
ONWARD singapore on Aug 19, 2017:
Oh and national day has just passed. You may expect singaporeans to be more cheerful in August!
ONWARD Singapore on Aug 19, 2017:
Hi! I'm from Singapore. If you are a tourist I recommend you to go to sentosa.you can sightsee and even play some mini games! (p.s)ummm...singaporeans speak singlish most of the time so it may be a little hard to understand. Especially the old folks. But it's pretty easy to understand it!
Joseph on Jul 25, 2017:
I lived in Singapore for the last 40 years. This is a country with no guns, any form of pyrotechnic is banned, chewing gum is also banned years ago due to people spitting all over the place

Very clean city, you can walk around anytime in the night anywhere in Singapore with all your gold chains hanging from your neck and nobody cares.

The entire city is peppered with police CCTVs and it is almost impossible to escape the law

That said the crime that usually does happen are shoplifting, vandalism, mostly pretty crime, once in a few years, you may probably have a homicide case which is extremely rare