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Our data is provided by the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Some city and town data is not included or available.

 


FAQ

Q:  Where did you get your data?
A: Since 1930, the F.B.I. has administered the Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR). It’s a nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of more than 17,000 city, county, and state law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention, representing 93.4 percent of the total population as established by the Bureau of Census. Their latest data set is from 2016.


Q:  Why isn’t my city listed?
A: Our data is provided by the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Some city and town data is not included or available to us.


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Q:  how do you determine if a city’s crime rate is high, low, or average?
A: The city’s crime rate is compared to the average crime rate for the country. If the city’s crime rate is less than half (or 50%) of the average we consider it “Low”. If the city’s crime rate is between 50% and 90% of the average we consider it “Below Average”. If the city’s crime rate is between 90% and 110% of the average we consider it “About Average”. If the city’s crime rate is between 110% and 150% of the average we consider it “Above Average”. And finally if the city’s crime rate is more than %150 of the average we consider it “High”.