List of countries by firearm-related death rate

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This is a historical list of countries by firearm-related death rate per 100,000 population in one year.

List[edit]

This is an incomplete list of 75 Countries and Dependencies, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.

Firearm-related death rate per 100,000 population per year
Country Total (calculated) Homicides Suicides Unintentional Undetermined Sources and notes
 Argentina 10.05 (mixed years) 3.0 (2008) 2.79 (2001) 0.64 (2001) 3.62 (2001) Guns in Argentina[1]
 Australia 0.86 (2011) 0.11 (2011) 0.62 (2011) 0.05 (2011) 0.08 (2011) Guns in Australia[2]
 Austria 2.95 (mixed years) 0.18 (2010) 2.68 (2010) 0.01 (2009) 0.08 (2010) Guns in Austria[3]
 Azerbaijan 0.04 (incomplete) 0.01 (2008) 0.01 (2007) 0.02 (2007) unavailable Guns in Azerbaijan[4]
 Barbados 3.0 (incomplete) 3.0 (2000) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Barbados[5]
 Belarus 0.1 (incomplete) 0.1 (2009) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Belarus[6]
 Belgium 2.42 (2006) 0.29 (2006) 1.96 (2006) 0.01 (2006) 0.16 (2006) Guns in Belgium[7]
 Brazil 19.03 (mixed years) 18.1 (2008) 0.74 (2000) 0.18 (2000) 0.01 (2000) Guns in Brazil[8]
 Bulgaria 2.35 (2011) 0.23 (2011) 0.87 (2011) 1.14 (2011) 0.11 (2011) Guns in Bulgaria[9]
 Canada 2.22 (2007-2011) 0.51 (2007-2011) 1.60 (2007-2011 avg) 0.04 (2007-2011) 0.02 (2007-2011) Statistics Canada [10]
 Chile 3.73 (mixed years) 2.2 (2005) 1.09 (2002) 0.4 (2002) 0.04 (2001) Guns in Chile[11]
 Colombia 28.14 (mixed years) 27.1 (2010) 0.87 (2009) 0.14 (1999) 0.03 (1999) Guns in Colombia[12]
 Costa Rica 6.28 (mixed years) 4.6 (2006) 1.27 (2002) 0.07 (2002) 0.24 (2000) Guns in Costa Rica[13]
 Croatia 3.54 (mixed years) 1.1 (2009) 2.35 (2010) 0.07 (2010) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Croatia[14]
 Cyprus 0.96 (mixed years) 0.24 (2010) 0.48 (2010) 0.12 (2009) 0.12 (2010) Guns in Cyprus[15]
 Czech Republic 1.76 (2010) 0.12 (2010) 1.39 (2010) 0.10 (2010) 0.15 (2010) Guns in Czech Republic[16]
 Denmark 1.28 (2011) 0.22 (2011) 1.09 (2011) 0.04 (2008) 0.04 (2004) Guns in Denmark[17]
 El Salvador 46.85 (incomplete) 39.90 (2008) 6.80 (2006) 0.15 (1999) unavailable Guns in El Salvador[18]
 Estonia 2.54 (2010) 0.30 (2010) 1.57 (2010) 0.07 (2010) 0.60 (2010) Guns in Estonia[19]
 Finland 3.64 (2010) 0.26 (2010) 3.34 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Finland[20]
 France 3.01 (2009) 0.22 (2009) 2.33 (2009) 0.05 (2009) 0.41 (2009) Guns in France[21]
 Georgia 1.92 (mixed years) 0.60 (2010) 0.09 (2009) 1.00 (2009) 0.23 (2009) Guns in Georgia[22]
 Germany 1.24 (2010) 0.20 (2010) 0.94 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.08 (2010) Guns in Germany[23]
 Greece 1.64 (mixed years) 0.59 (2009) 0.97 (2009) 0.08 (2009) 0.00 (1998) Guns in Greece[24]
 Guatemala 36.38 (incomplete) 34.8 (2010) 2.30 (2006) unavailable unavailable Guns in Guatemala[25]
 Honduras 64.8 (incomplete) 64.8 (2010) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Honduras[26]
 Hong Kong 0.03 (mixed years) 0.00 (2004) 0.03 (1999) 0.00 (1996) 0.00 (1996) Guns in Hong Kong[27]
 Hungary 0.87 (mixed years) 0.13 (2009) 0.72 (2009) 0.01 (2008) 0.01 (2002) Guns in Hungary[28]
 Iceland 1.57 (mixed years, incomplete) 0.32 (2007) 1.25 (2009) unavailable unavailable Guns in Iceland[29]
 India 0.48 (incomplete) 0.30 (2009) 0.14 (2008) 0.04 (2008) unavailable Guns in India[30]
 Israel 1.87 (2009) 0.94 (2009) 0.71 (2009) 0.03 (2009) 0.19 (2009) Guns in Israel[31]
 Italy 1.28 (2009) 0.36 (2009) 0.81 (2009) 0.08 (2009) 0.03 (2009) Guns in Italy[32]
 Jamaica 39.74 (mixed years,incomplete) 39.40 (2009) 0.34 (1995) unavailable unavailable Guns in Jamaica[33]
 Japan 0.06 (mixed years) 0.00 (2008) 0.04 (1999) 0.01 (1999) 0.01 (1999) Guns in Japan[34]
 Kuwait 0.36 (mixed years) 0.36 (1995) 0.00 (1999) 0.00 (2000) 0.00 (2000) Guns in Kuwait[35]
 Kyrgyzstan 1.01 (2010) 0.53 (2010) 0.07 (2010) 0.28 (2010) 0.13 (2010) Guns in Kyrgyzstan[36]
 Latvia 1.43 (2010) 0.18 (2010) 0.94 (2010) 0.04 (2010) 0.27 (2010) Guns in Latvia[37]
 Luxembourg 2.02 (mixed years) 0.60 (2009) 1.00 (2009) 0.22 (2004)) 0.20 (2009) Guns in Luxembourg[38]
 Macedonia 1.85 (mixed years) 1.07 (2010) 0.63 (2010) 0.15 (2010)) 0.00 (1997) Guns in Macedonia[39]
 Mexico 11.17 (mixed years) 10.00 (2010) 0.69 (2001) 0.47 (2001)) 0.01 (2001) Guns in Mexico[40]
 Moldova 1.03 (2011) 0.45 (2011) 0.42 (2011) 0.08 (2011)) 0.08 (2011) Guns in Moldova[41]
 Montenegro 8.55 (2009, incomplete) 2.06 (2009) 6.49 (2009) unavailable unavailable Guns in Montenegro[42]
 Netherlands 0.46 (2010) 0.20 (2010) 0.24 (2010) 0.01 (2010) 0.01 (2010) Guns in Netherlands[43]
 New Zealand 1.45 (mixed years) 0.26 (2009) 1.14 (2007) 0.05 (2006) 0.00 (2006) Guns in New Zealand[44]
 Nicaragua 7.29 (mixed years) 5.90 (2008) 0.46 (2002) 0.91 (2002) 0.02 (2001) Guns in Nicaragua[45]
 Norway 1.78 (mixed years) 0.04 (2010) 1.72 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.00 (2008) Guns in Norway[46]
 Panama 17.60 (mixed years) 16.10 (2010) 0.99 (2002) 0.06 (2002) 0.45 (2002) Guns in Panama[47]
 Paraguay 8.16 (mixed years) 7.30 (2009) 0.58 (2000) 0.26 (2000) 0.02 (2000) Guns in Paraguay[48]
 Peru 3.73 (mixed years) 2.60 (2009) 0.11 (2000) 0.90 (2000) 0.12 (2000) Guns in Peru[49]
 Philippines 3.24 (incomplete) 3.24 (2002) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Philippines[50]
 Poland 0.25 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.12 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.09 (2010) Guns in Poland[51]
 Portugal 1.77 (2010) 0.48 (2010) 1.09 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.18 (2010) Guns in Portugal[52]
 Qatar 0.15 (incomplete) 0.15 (2004) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Qatar[53]
 Romania 0.19 (2010) 0.04 (2010) 0.06 (2010) 0.09 (2010) 0.00 (2010) Guns in Romania[54]
 Serbia 3.90 (2010) 0.62 (2010) 2.81 (2010) 0.18 (2010) 0.29 (2010) Guns in Serbia[55]
 Singapore 0.16 (mixed years) 0.02 (2006) 0.12 (1998) 0.02 (1998) 0.00 (1998) Guns in Singapore[56]
 Slovakia 1.75 (2010) 0.18 (2010) 0.94 (2010) 0.39 (2010) 0.24 (2010) Guns in Slovakia[57]
 Slovenia 2.49 (mixed years) 0.05 (2010) 2.34 (2010) 0.05 (2009) 0.05 (2010) Guns in Slovenia[58]
 South Africa 21.51 (mixed years) 17.00 (2007) 3.81 (1999) 0.35 (1999) 0.35 (1999) Guns in South Africa[59]
 South Korea 0.06 (mixed years) 0.00 (2006) 0.04 (2002) 0.01 (2002) 0.01 (2002) Guns in South Korea[60]
 Spain 0.62 (mixed years) 0.15 (2010) 0.42 (2010) 0.05 (2010) 0.00 (2007) Guns in Spain[61]
 Swaziland 37.16 (incomplete) 37.16 (2004) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Swaziland[62]
 Sweden 1.47 (2010) 0.19 (2010) 1.20 (2010) 0.06 (2010) 0.01 (2010) Guns in Sweden[63]
  Switzerland 3.84 (mixed years) 0.52 (2010) 3.15 (2008) 0.10 (1998) 0.07 (1994) Guns in Switzerland[64]
 Taiwan 0.87 (mixed years) 0.60 (2008) 0.12 (1994) 0.11 (1994) 0.04 (1994) Guns in Taiwan[65]
 Ukraine 0.20 (incomplete) 0.20 (2009) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Ukraine[66]
 United Kingdom 0.25 (2010) 0.04 (2010) 0.18 (2010) 0.01 (2010) 0.02 (2010) Guns in the United Kingdom[67]
 United States 10.30 (2011) 3.60 (2011) 6.30 (2011) 0.30 (2011) 0.10 (2011) Guns in United States[68]
 Uruguay 14.01 (mixed years) 3.43 (2009) 7.03 (2000) 3.46(2000) 0.09 (2000) Guns in Uruguay[69]
 Venezuela 50.90 (mixed years) 39.00 (2000) 1.10 (2000) 0.40 (2000) 10.40 (2000) Guns in Venezuela[70]
 Zimbabwe 0.12 (mixed years) 0.03 (2007) 0.09 (1995) unavailable unavailable Guns in Zimbabwe[71]
Country Total (calculated) Homicides Suicides Unintentional Undetermined Sources and notes

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • (Krug 1998) EG Krug, KE Powell and LL Dahlberg. "Firearm-related deaths in the United States and 35 other high- and upper-middle-income countries.", International Journal of Epidemiology 1998.[72] Statistics among 36 countries between 1990 and 1995.
  • (UNODC 2002)The Eighth United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (2001–2002). United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime 2005.[73] This report provides more updated information on homicide by firearms, but not on suicide by firearms.
  • (UNODC 2000)The Seventh United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1998–2000). United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime 2002.[74] This report provides more updated information on homicide by firearms, but not on suicide by firearms.
  • (Barrow 2000) Greg Barrow. "SA gun deaths rise", BBC, 2000-02-15.[75]
  • (Kaiser 2004) Deaths Due to Injury by Firearms per 100,000 Population, 2004. StateHealthFacts.org, 2008-04-08 [76]
  • (GunCite 2008) International Homicide Comparisons. GunCite.com, 2008-04-08 [77]
  • (CDC 2012) Fatal Injury Mapping (2004–2006). CDC.gov, 2012-02-05 [78]
  • (GunPolicy 2012) Global Impacts of Gun Violence. GunPolicy.org, 2012-02-10 [79]
  • (UNODC 2012) UNODC Homicide Statistics 2012 [80]
  • (Victims of crime survey 2011) Victims of crime survey 2011 – 9.7 The use of weapons when crime is committed [81]
  • (WHO 2012) European Detailed Mortality Database [82] ICD-10: W32-W34,X72-X74,X93-X95,Y22-Y24
  • GunPolicy.org. 2011. ‘Calculated Rates – Australia.’ UN World Population Prospects – Total Population (both sexes combined)

The figures are based mainly on surveys and reports by government agencies and subject to their reliability. In addition, the figures may vary significantly over the years due to changes in crime rate trend. The death rate is also sensitive to fluctuation if the absolute number of incidents is small and for countries with relatively small population such as Mauritius and Singapore

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