[350-3] Prison Populations / 監獄人口, 2012

Countries with "prison bars" of varying densities have the highest prison populations per capita. There are four grades: >500 per 100,000 people, >400, >300, and >200, as delineated by the red numbers pointing to each country. Tropical islands states compete with the US for the highest rank.

[350-2] Prison Populations, 2011

The countries outlined have the highest prison populations per capita.  The density of each countries' 'prison bars' corresponds to the number of prisoners per capita.  The lowest grade is 200-300, the next 301-500, and the most dense are the five countries with over 500 prisoners per 100,000 people: Rwanda, Russia, Georgia, Seychelles, and the United States.

[350] Prison Populations, 2011

The 52 countries outlined have the highest prison populations per capita.  The density of the bright 'prison bars' corresponds to the number of prisoners per 100,000 of the national population.  The lowest grade is 220-350, the next 351-600, the most dense are the three countries with over 600 prisoners per 100,000 people; Rwanda, Russia, and the United States.