I found this interactive refugee and migrant crime map for Europe. There are a couple of interesting points to this site. On their FAQ page they explain what they are about.
1. Who is behind this project?
This project is solely supported by people that feel very concerned about their own and their families’ safety. We are not organized in any political party but form a network of average citizens that engage together via the internet – voluntarily and without pay in our leisure time. In doing so it is irrelevant how many time the individual is able to spend for this project. Some are there just for a few minutes a week whereas others take part several hours per day to collect and evaluate criminal offences committed by immigrants and asylum seekers. Our goal is not to defame or offend people. We just close the gap the mainstream media leave due to their flawed and incomplete coverage of this issue. We also want to encourage other people to join us as the torrent of the mentioned criminal offences is incredibly high and our database is overflowing.
8. How do I know that the listed crimes are genuine?
For each crime registered in our database we always quote the source. To convince yourself of the correctness of the evaluations you can randomly select crimes from our database and compare them to the original reports. In case the original report is not accessible anymore there is an archive link for each crime under which the source is secured by us after publishing.
9. Do you really publish refugee crimes only?
We do not confine ourselves to crimes that are committed by so-called “refugees” but at the same time document acts that are committed by immigrants who do not flee from war and persecution. Unfortunately those increasingly are perpetrators from the East and Southeast European area. We’ve been noticing for some time that especially Romanians and Georgians but also North Africans have been entering our country to enrich themselves with criminal intent. Perpetrators who rob, defraud or physically abuse the inhabitants of their host country do not come here to integrate and become part of our society. Ultimately it is our objective to illustrate the impact of this unregulated immigration – for that reason it must be allowed to call things as they are.
One wonders just how much is acceptable.