Belarus has the largest number of law-enforcement staff per capita among the post-Soviet states.
This is showed by a joint survey of European University at St Petersburg and “Vedomosti” newspaper.
Belarus has 1441.6 militiamen per 100,000 people, which is two times more the average rate of 15 countries (637.9). Russia is ranked second with 975.7 law-enforcement officers per 100,000 people. Poland has the lowest number of law-enforcement officers (328.3 per 100,000 people).