The country with the highest rate of crime in the world is Vatican City, with 1.5 crimes per resident. However, this high ratio is due to the country's tiny population of only around 840 people. It is likely that the vast majority of the crimes, which consist mainly of pick-pocketing and shoplifting, are committed by outsiders.
The Vatican has a special police force with 130 members responsible for criminal investigation, border control, and protection of the pope. There is no prison in Vatican City, with the exception of a few detention cells to hold criminals before trial. The majority of criminals are tried by Italian courts. The Italian government also provides police to patrol St. Peter's Square.
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