The UKPI video showcases the main findings of the UK Peace Index and includes a detailed description of the economic benefits that would flow from increase levels of peace.
Rates of murder and violent crime have fallen more rapidly in the UK in the past decade than anywhere else in Western Europe, researchers say.
The UK Peace Index, from the Institute for Economics and Peace, found UK homicides per 100,000 people had fallen from 1.99 in 2003, to one in 2012.
It found Broadland, Norfolk, to be the most peaceful local council area but Lewisham, London, to be the least.Related Articles
Comparing violent crime and homicide in UK and US.
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