OECD and Malaysia: Motor Vehicle Theft Statistic

Motor vehicle theft, including car and motorbikes, cases reported in OECD and Malaysia for year 2000 to 2003:
a) Total cases of motor vehicle theft, 2000 to 2003:

* UNODC
^ European Sourcebook

b) Motor Vehicle Theft Rate (per 10 000 population), year 2000-2003:

Country/2003 
Greece 5.0
Japan 5.0
Austria 6.8
Netherlands 8.6
Luxembourg 11.6
Germany 13.3
Iceland 14.2
Switzerland 21.1
Malaysia 26.3
Portugal 28.7
Spain 29.7
Ireland 31.3
Belgium 31.7
Italy 38.4
France 38.4
Finland 42.1
US 43.4
Norway 44.0
Denmark 46.7
Australia 49.7
Canada 54.1
UK: England & Wales 55.1
New Zealand 59.2
Sweden 59.4

Source:

1. European countries: European Sourcebook on Crime, and cross-reference with some individual countries. See also UNODC: The Seventh United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1998 – 2000).

2. US: Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics, Albany.

3. Malaysia: Polis Diraja Malaysia.

4. Australia: Australia Institute of Criminology.

5. New Zealand: New Zealand Police Statistic.

6. Canada: Crime Statistic in Canada, Juristat.

7. Population: World Bank.

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