CrimeGrade.org is the new standard in neighborhood-based crime data for the United States. Our data is superior in the following ways: Much more geographically specific, with crime grades available down to the neighborhood. More accurate than sites that simply map user-submitted reported crimes.
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Crime Grades do not represent the crime in any given year, but are instead our projection of what crime will look like in a typical year. This is not a simple average, but a rigorous machine-learning-based projection. For what is included in each “type” of crime, click here.What is a crime risk rating of 1?
NeighborhoodScout® Crime Risk Ratings are on a nationally comparable 1-100 scale. 100 means safer than 100% of U.S. neighborhoods. 1 means safer than just 1% of U.S. neighborhoods. We provide these risk ratings for: Total Crime Risk, Violent Crime Risk, Property Crime Risk, Murder, Rape, Robbery, Assault, Burglary, Theft, and Motor Vehicle Theft.How many people live in a crime grade of F?
The average zip code with a Crime Grade of F in all categories has 5,265 residents living within it. That's interesting only because the average zip code (excluding zip codes with 0 residents) has 9,765 residents. In general, this means that the crimes per capita may be higher because because fewer people live in the zip code.What does a crime map look like?
Each crime map contains a graph with a color key that visually displays the overall crime rate of the state, city, town, and neighborhood. These crime maps compare the neighborhood crime rate with the national median of the most dangerous cities in each U.S. state.
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