Detainees per 100,000 inhabitants in the EU

Number of detainees per 100,000 inhabitants in the European Union (including pre-trial detainees/remand prisoners)


Austria 98
based on an estimated national population of 8.48 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Belgium 108
based on an estimated national population of 11.19 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Bulgaria 151
based on an estimated national population of 7.3 million at October 2012 (from Eurostat figures)
Croatia 108
based on an estimated national population of 4.38 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Cyprus 106
based on an estimated national population of 854,700 at beginning of September 2011 (from Eurostat figures)
Czech Republic 157
based on an estimated national population of 10.54 million at November 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Denmark 73
based on an estimated national population of 5.61 million at beginning of September 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Estonia 227
based on an estimated national population of 1.34 million at end of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Finland 58
based on an estimated national population of 5.43 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
France 100
based on an estimated national population of 66.8 million at November 2013 (from estimates by INSEE – French national statistics institute)
Germany 77
based on an estimated national population of 82.0 million at end of August 2013 (from Federal Statistical Office figures)
Greece 111
based on an estimated national population of 11.29 million at beginning of 2012 (Eurostat)
Hungary 186
based on an estimated national population of 9.9 million at June 2013 (from Hungarian National Statistical Office figures)
Ireland 89
based on an estimated national population of 4.61 million at end of November 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Italy 105
based on an estimated national population of 61.19 million at end of November 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Latvia 304
based on an estimated national population of 2.01 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Lithuania 329
based on an estimated national population of 2.96 million at beginning of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Luxembourg 131
based on an estimated national population of 546,700 at beginning of September 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Malta 145
based on an estimated national population of 420,050 at July 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Netherlands 82
based on an estimated national population of 16.79 million at end of September 2012 (from Eurostat figures)
Poland 209
based on an estimated national population of 38.55 million at end of November 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Portugal 137
based on an estimated national population of 10.48 million at beginning of December 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Romania 158
based on an estimated national population of 21.24 million at December 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Slovakia 184
based on an estimated national population of 5.43 million at end of November 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Slovenia 66
based on an estimated national population of 2.06 million at beginning of September 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Spain 145
based on an estimated national population of 46.28 million at end of 2013 (from Eurostat figures)
Sweden 67
based on an estimated national population of 9.53 million at beginning of October 2012 (from Eurostat figures)
United Kingdom – England and Wales 148
based on an estimated national population of 57.16 million at end of 2013 (from Office for National Statistics figures)
United Kingdom – Northern Ireland 101
based on an estimated national population of 1.84 million at December 2013 (from Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency figures)
United Kingdom – Scotland 146
based on an estimated national population of 5.33 million at end of November 2013 (from National Records of Scotland figures)

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