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Foreigners, Turks and Crime

Attack on German pensioner in Munich on 20 December 2007
Attack by two Greek and Turkish youths on a German pensioner in a Munich subway station on 20 December 2007

In 2007 foreign citizens made up 8.2 percent of the German population.. At the same time, they accounted for 21 percent of all criminal suspects.

The share of foreigners among criminal suspects has been declining since the 1990s:

1993
2000
2007

34 percent
25 percent
21 percent

If crimes related to residence permits and asylum claims are deducted, foreigners account for 19 percent of all criminal suspects in 2007.

58 percent of all organised crime suspects were foreigners in 2007 (10 percent were Turkish citizens).

Table 1: Crime in Berlin (2006)[57]

13.9 percent
25.9 percent
30.9 percent

of the population are foreigners
of criminal suspects are foreigners
of all serial perpetrators (10 and more committed crimes in one year) are foreigners; 18.9 percent of all serial perpetrators are Turkish citizens

 


[57] Polizeiliche Kriminalitätsstatistik

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Germans and Turks - Striking facts

  1. Foreigners and Turks in Germany
  2. Turks and the future of German cities
  3. Turks and the Labour Market
  4. An "educational catastrophe"?
  5. German Turks vs. German Italians
  6. Import brides and asylum seekers
  7. German Turkish women
  8. Mosques in Germany
  9. Muslim faith in Germany
  10. German Muslim attitudes to life
  11. German Islamophobia
  12. Muslims, democracy and terrorism
  13. Honour killings in Germany
  14. Foreigners, Turks and Crime
  15. German Turks and Language skills
  16. Turkish Academics in Germany
  17. The impact of citizenship
  18. German Turks in Politics
  19. Attitudes to Turkish EU membership
  20. German-Turkish economic relations

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