It needs to be advised that Montserrat is considered one of the top three places in the world where assault occurrs. I added mention of this for that reason. SOURCE: http://www.securityworld.com/infocenter/international-crime-statistics/
I would concur that the statistic ought to be removed. The Security World site gives no reference. This site: http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_ass_percap-crime-assaults-per-capita has the same statistics but its source: http://www.unodc.org/pdf/crime/seventh_survey/7sc.pdf does not have per capita figures. Of the assaults, only about 5 a year were "major." Nationmaster also points out that crime figures are strongly influenced by amount of police presence and reporting. A lot of simple assaults (which can include idle threats and fist-shaking) go unreported elsewhere. My guess is that assaults are mostly between acquaintances, anyway. Robbery (taking by force or threat of force, e.g, mugging--not burglary) seems very rare. RogerR 23:27, 3 January 2008 (EST)
The Montserrat listed in that crime statistic is probably in Montserrat, Barcelona, Spain.
It should be noted in the first section that this is a British Dependancy.
Get there from Europe
Nice page but how to get there from Europe or even Americas ? Flights, boats, swim, hitch hiking ?