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You Got to love this annual ranking of the US Worst Crime Ridden
cities......
My All Time Favorite is Newburgh, NY ...... I try to always stay mainly in
the Historic areas to avoid running into any issues ....

The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In America In 2013
By Editorial Staff on August 13, 2013

Heading into 2013, the list of the 10 most dangerous cities in the US per
capita didn=92t include many of America=92s largest cities. The most danger=
ous
major American cities were Atlanta (26th), Baltimore (27th), Washington, DC
(46th), Philadelphia (50th), Newark (51th), while New York City didn=92t ev=
en
make the top 100 most dangerous list. Instead, the 10 top most dangerous
American cities were the decaying manufacturing hubs and relatively smaller
cities with histories of racial tension and poverty.

The cities that made the top 10 were all located on the East Coast and the
Mid-west, with 4 of the top 10 located in Michigan. The most dangerous city
from the west coast was Oakland, California, which ranked Number 13 =96 not
quite high enough to make the cut for the final top 10 list.

Out of the list of the top 100 most dangerous cities in America, no cities
from Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, or Alaska made it onto the list.

Based on FBI data of the number of violent crimes in each US city with
25,000 or more people and official census data, here are the 10 most
dangerous cities in America in 2013.

10. Inkster, Michigan

Coming in at #10 on this list of America=92s most dngerous cities is Inkste=
r,
Michigan, a city of 25,111 people.

The reported violent crime rate was 1282 per 100,000 residents, compared
with the national average of 241 per 100,000. Inkster residents have a 1 in
55 chance of being victim of a violent crime.

In addition to its high per capita violent crime, Inkster also has a big
problem with property crime. Inkster residents have a 1 in 17 chance of
being a victim of violent or property crime

9. Newburgh, New York

Residents of Newburgh =96 a city with a population of 29,026, have a 1 in 5=
5
chance of being victim of a violent crime, versus the 1 in 251 chance of
the average resident of the state of New York. An individual=92s chance of
being a victim of either a violent crime or a property crime in Newburgh is
1 in 16.

When you combine violent crime and property crime, there are very few
communities in the US both large and small which have a crime rate as high
as Newburgh.


8. St. Louis, Missouri

With a population of 318,069, St. Louis is significantly larger than cities
#9 and #10 on this list. However, your odds of being victimized by either a
property crime or a violent crime is a frightening 1 in 10. It is the most
dangerous city in Missouri, whether you=92re comparing larger cities or
smaller communities.

When it comes purely to violent crime, your odds of becoming a victim is 1
in 53, which is significantly higher than the Missouri average of 1 in 224.


7. Atlantic City, New Jersey

The 2012 murder of 2 Canadian tourists in broad daylight brought
sensationalistic headlines =96 the Philadelphia Daily News declared Atlanti=
c
city a TOURIST DEATH TRAP.

Although it was later revealed that the attacker was a woman with a history
of schizophrenia, the incident did bring the national spotlight onto a
tourism driven city that =96 outside of its boardwalk =96 is just like any
other poor urban area in the US that=92s struggling to keep upper and middl=
e
class citizens.

Chances of being a victim of violent crime in Atlantic City is 1 in 53,
while your odds of being victimized by property crime is as high as 1 in
13. However, those numbers are significantly lower on the highly policed
boardwalk areas.


6. Detroit, Michigan

Depending on the statistics used, Detroit sometimes ranks #2 or even #1 as
the United States=92 most dangerous city. Using FBI=92s violent crime data =
for
cities with a population greater than 25,000 however, Detroit sits at #6
heading into 2013. With a population of 706,585, Detroit is also the
largest city to make the top 10 list of the most dangerous cities in the
USA.

Detroit has a per capita violent crime rate of 1348 per 100,000 citizens,
and an overall crime rate of 8400 per 100,000 residents. Detroit has one of
the highest car theft rates in all of the United States, with 1 in 62
residents experiencing a car theft every year.

5. Saginaw, Michigan

Residents of this city of 51,230 people have a 1 in 16 chance of falling
victim to either property-related or violent crime. Chances of falling
victim to a violent crime are 1 in 43, while odds of being a victim of
property crime were 1 in 26.

4. West Memphis, Arkansas

West Memphis, Arkansas has a population of 26,054. However, odds of
becoming victimized by a violent crime were 1 in 42. The chances of being a
victim of either violent or property-related crime was a frightening 1 in 8
=96 if this list were based on overall crime statistics rather than violent
crime, West Memphis, Arkansas would rank number one.


3. Flint, Michigan

On lists that only look at American cities with 100,000 residents or above,
Flint, Michigan ranks regularly as the most dangerous city in the United
States. A resident=92s chances of becoming victim of either violent or
property crime is 1 in 11. Chances of being a victim of a violent crime in
Flint are 1 in 42, while your chances of falling victim to a property crime
is 1 in 15.

While the car theft rate isn=92t as high as Detroit, its still one of the c=
ar
theft capitals of the US, with residents experiencing a 1 in 130 chance of
having their car stolen.


2. Camden, New Jersey

Like most other cities on this list, Camden=92s high crime is driven largel=
y
by poverty and gang violence. Camden was named the nation=92s poorest city =
by
the U.S. Census bureau in 2011.

This community of 77,283 people was the 2nd most dangerous city in the
U.S., with residents experiencing a 1 in 36 chance of being victimized by a
violent crime. A resident=92s chance of falling victim to either a violent =
or
property related crime is a staggering 1 in 11.



1. East St. Louis, Illinois

East St. Louis was the most dangerous city in America heading into 2013
based on violent crime statistics. East St. Louis has suffered tremendously
from de-industrialization and job loss. The exodus of middle and upper
class residents has left a city ridden with poverty (the average household
income is $21,000, compared to the national average of $50,000), gang
violence, and budget cuts that have reduced its police force by 33% from
2008-2011, leaving it ill equipped to handle the ever-increasing cycle of
violence. A U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Illinois once
referred to East St. Louis as the =93Wild West=94.

Odds of falling victim to a violent crime in East St. Louis were a
frightening 1 in 17. Odds of falling victim to either a violent crime or a
property-related crime were an even more disheartening 1 in 7. On top of
these numbers, residents of East St. Louis were more likely than residents
of nearly any other city on this list to have their car stolen (with the
exception of Detroit), with a 1 in 64 chance of being victim of car theft.

Note: Violent crimes statistics used in this list include homicide
(non-negligent murder), forcible rape (doesn=92t include statutory rape),
armed robbery, and aggravated assault (assault that causes severe bodily
injury).

The data is taken from the FBI=92s most recent =93final non-preliminary=94
statistics, making it the most accurate and up-to-date national data on
crime in the United States of America. Population data was taken from the
most recent U.S. census
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Regards,

Evan M. Inker

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You Got to love this annual ranking of the US Worst Crime =
Ridden cities......
My All Time Favorite is Newburgh,=
NY ...... I try to always stay mainly in the Historic areas to avoid runni=
ng into any issues ....


The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In America In 2013
By Editor=
ial Staff on August 13, 2013

Heading into 2013, the list of the 10 m=
ost dangerous cities in the US per capita didn=92t include many of America=
=92s largest cities. The most dangerous major American cities were Atlanta =
(26th), Baltimore (27th), Washington, DC (46th), Philadelphia (50th), Newar=
k (51th), while New York City didn=92t even make the top 100 most dangerous=
list. Instead, the 10 top most dangerous American cities were the decaying=
manufacturing hubs and relatively smaller cities with histories of racial =
tension and poverty.


The cities that made the top 10 were all located on the East Coast and =
the Mid-west, with 4 of the top 10 located in Michigan. The most dangerous =
city from the west coast was Oakland, California, which ranked Number 13 =
=96 not quite high enough to make the cut for the final top 10 list.


Out of the list of the top 100 most dangerous cities in America, no cit=
ies from Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, or Alaska made it onto the lis=
t.

Based on FBI data of the number of violent crimes in each US cit=
y with 25,000 or more people and official census data, here are the 10 most=
dangerous cities in America in 2013.


10. Inkster, Michigan

Coming in at #10 on this list of America=
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The reported violent crime rate was 1282 per 100,000 residents, compar=
ed with the national average of 241 per 100,000. Inkster residents have a 1=
in 55 chance of being victim of a violent crime.


In addition to its high per capita violent crime, Inkster also has a bi=
g problem with property crime. Inkster residents have a 1 in 17 chance of b=
eing a victim of violent or property crime

9. Newburgh, New York


Residents of Newburgh =96 a city with a population of 29,026, have a 1 =
in 55 chance of being victim of a violent crime, versus the 1 in 251 chance=
of the average resident of the state of New York. An individual=92s chance=
of being a victim of either a violent crime or a property crime in Newburg=
h is 1 in 16.


When you combine violent crime and property crime, there are very few c=
ommunities in the US both large and small which have a crime rate as high a=
s Newburgh.


8. St. Louis, Missouri

With a population of 3=
18,069, St. Louis is significantly larger than cities #9 and #10 on this li=
st. However, your odds of being victimized by either a property crime or a =
violent crime is a frightening 1 in 10. It is the most dangerous city in Mi=
ssouri, whether you=92re comparing larger cities or smaller communities.>

When it comes purely to violent crime, your odds of becoming a victim i=
s 1 in 53, which is significantly higher than the Missouri average of 1 in =
224.


7. Atlantic City, New Jersey

The 2012 murder of 2 Ca=
nadian tourists in broad daylight brought sensationalistic headlines =96 th=
e Philadelphia Daily News declared Atlantic city a TOURIST DEATH TRAP.


Although it was later revealed that the attacker was a woman with a his=
tory of schizophrenia, the incident did bring the national spotlight onto a=
tourism driven city that =96 outside of its boardwalk =96 is just like any=
other poor urban area in the US that=92s struggling to keep upper and midd=
le class citizens.


Chances of being a victim of violent crime in Atlantic City is 1 in 53,=
while your odds of being victimized by property crime is as high as 1 in 1=
3. However, those numbers are significantly lower on the highly policed boa=
rdwalk areas.



6. Detroit, Michigan

Depending on the statistics used, Detro=
it sometimes ranks #2 or even #1 as the United States=92 most dangerous cit=
y. Using FBI=92s violent crime data for cities with a population greater th=
an 25,000 however, Detroit sits at #6 heading into 2013. With a population =
of 706,585, Detroit is also the largest city to make the top 10 list of the=
most dangerous cities in the USA.


Detroit has a per capita violent crime rate of 1348 per 100,000 citizen=
s, and an overall crime rate of 8400 per 100,000 residents. Detroit has one=
of the highest car theft rates in all of the United States, with 1 in 62 r=
esidents experiencing a car theft every year.


5. Saginaw, Michigan

Residents of this city of 51,230 people hav=
e a 1 in 16 chance of falling victim to either property-related or violent =
crime. Chances of falling victim to a violent crime are 1 in 43, while odds=
of being a victim of property crime were 1 in 26.


4. West Memphis, Arkansas

West Memphis, Arkansas has a populatio=
n of 26,054. However, odds of becoming victimized by a violent crime were 1=
in 42. The chances of being a victim of either violent or property-related=
crime was a frightening 1 in 8 =96 if this list were based on overall crim=
e statistics rather than violent crime, West Memphis, Arkansas would rank n=
umber one.



3. Flint, Michigan

On lists that only look at American citie=
s with 100,000 residents or above, Flint, Michigan ranks regularly as the m=
ost dangerous city in the United States. A resident=92s chances of becoming=
victim of either violent or property crime is 1 in 11. Chances of being a =
victim of a violent crime in Flint are 1 in 42, while your chances of falli=
ng victim to a property crime is 1 in 15.


While the car theft rate isn=92t as high as Detroit, its still one of t=
he car theft capitals of the US, with residents experiencing a 1 in 130 cha=
nce of having their car stolen.


2. Camden, New Jersey

Lik=
e most other cities on this list, Camden=92s high crime is driven largely b=
y poverty and gang violence. Camden was named the nation=92s poorest city b=
y the U.S. Census bureau in 2011.


This community of 77,283 people was the 2nd most dangerous city in the =
U.S., with residents experiencing a 1 in 36 chance of being victimized by a=
violent crime. A resident=92s chance of falling victim to either a violent=
or property related crime is a staggering 1 in 11.




1. East St. Louis, Illinois

East St. Louis was the most =
dangerous city in America heading into 2013 based on violent crime statisti=
cs. East St. Louis has suffered tremendously from de-industrialization and =
job loss. The exodus of middle and upper class residents has left a city ri=
dden with poverty (the average household income is $21,000, compared to the=
national average of $50,000), gang violence, and budget cuts that have red=
uced its police force by 33% from 2008-2011, leaving it ill equipped to han=
dle the ever-increasing cycle of violence. A U.S. attorney for the Southern=
District of Illinois once referred to East St. Louis as the =93Wild West=
=94.


Odds of falling victim to a violent crime in East St. Louis were a frig=
htening 1 in 17. Odds of falling victim to either a violent crime or a prop=
erty-related crime were an even more disheartening 1 in 7. On top of these =
numbers, residents of East St. Louis were more likely than residents of nea=
rly any other city on this list to have their car stolen (with the exceptio=
n of Detroit), with a 1 in 64 chance of being victim of car theft.


Note: Violent crimes statistics used in this list include homicide (non=
-negligent murder), forcible rape (doesn=92t include statutory rape), armed=
robbery, and aggravated assault (assault that causes severe bodily injury)=
.


The data is taken from the FBI=92s most recent =93final non-preliminary=
=94 statistics, making it the most accurate and up-to-date national data on=
crime in the United States of America. Population data was taken from the =
most recent U.S. census

--
Regards,

Evan M. Inker


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You Got to love this annual ranking of the US Worst Crime Ridden
cities......
My All Time Favorite is Newburgh, NY ...... I try to always stay mainly in
the Historic areas to avoid running into any issues ....

The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In America In 2013
By Editorial Staff on August 13, 2013

Heading into 2013, the list of the 10 most dangerous cities in the US per
capita didn=92t include many of America=92s largest cities. The most danger=
ous
major American cities were Atlanta (26th), Baltimore (27th), Washington, DC
(46th), Philadelphia (50th), Newark (51th), while New York City didn=92t ev=
en
make the top 100 most dangerous list. Instead, the 10 top most dangerous
American cities were the decaying manufacturing hubs and relatively smaller
cities with histories of racial tension and poverty.

The cities that made the top 10 were all located on the East Coast and the
Mid-west, with 4 of the top 10 located in Michigan. The most dangerous city
from the west coast was Oakland, California, which ranked Number 13 =96 not
quite high enough to make the cut for the final top 10 list.

Out of the list of the top 100 most dangerous cities in America, no cities
from Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, or Alaska made it onto the list.

Based on FBI data of the number of violent crimes in each US city with
25,000 or more people and official census data, here are the 10 most
dangerous cities in America in 2013.

10. Inkster, Michigan

Coming in at #10 on this list of America=92s most dngerous cities is Inkste=
r,
Michigan, a city of 25,111 people.

The reported violent crime rate was 1282 per 100,000 residents, compared
with the national average of 241 per 100,000. Inkster residents have a 1 in
55 chance of being victim of a violent crime.

In addition to its high per capita violent crime, Inkster also has a big
problem with property crime. Inkster residents have a 1 in 17 chance of
being a victim of violent or property crime

9. Newburgh, New York

Residents of Newburgh =96 a city with a population of 29,026, have a 1 in 5=
5
chance of being victim of a violent crime, versus the 1 in 251 chance of
the average resident of the state of New York. An individual=92s chance of
being a victim of either a violent crime or a property crime in Newburgh is
1 in 16.

When you combine violent crime and property crime, there are very few
communities in the US both large and small which have a crime rate as high
as Newburgh.


8. St. Louis, Missouri

With a population of 318,069, St. Louis is significantly larger than cities
#9 and #10 on this list. However, your odds of being victimized by either a
property crime or a violent crime is a frightening 1 in 10. It is the most
dangerous city in Missouri, whether you=92re comparing larger cities or
smaller communities.

When it comes purely to violent crime, your odds of becoming a victim is 1
in 53, which is significantly higher than the Missouri average of 1 in 224.


7. Atlantic City, New Jersey

The 2012 murder of 2 Canadian tourists in broad daylight brought
sensationalistic headlines =96 the Philadelphia Daily News declared Atlanti=
c
city a TOURIST DEATH TRAP.

Although it was later revealed that the attacker was a woman with a history
of schizophrenia, the incident did bring the national spotlight onto a
tourism driven city that =96 outside of its boardwalk =96 is just like any
other poor urban area in the US that=92s struggling to keep upper and middl=
e
class citizens.

Chances of being a victim of violent crime in Atlantic City is 1 in 53,
while your odds of being victimized by property crime is as high as 1 in
13. However, those numbers are significantly lower on the highly policed
boardwalk areas.


6. Detroit, Michigan

Depending on the statistics used, Detroit sometimes ranks #2 or even #1 as
the United States=92 most dangerous city. Using FBI=92s violent crime data =
for
cities with a population greater than 25,000 however, Detroit sits at #6
heading into 2013. With a population of 706,585, Detroit is also the
largest city to make the top 10 list of the most dangerous cities in the
USA.

Detroit has a per capita violent crime rate of 1348 per 100,000 citizens,
and an overall crime rate of 8400 per 100,000 residents. Detroit has one of
the highest car theft rates in all of the United States, with 1 in 62
residents experiencing a car theft every year.

5. Saginaw, Michigan

Residents of this city of 51,230 people have a 1 in 16 chance of falling
victim to either property-related or violent crime. Chances of falling
victim to a violent crime are 1 in 43, while odds of being a victim of
property crime were 1 in 26.

4. West Memphis, Arkansas

West Memphis, Arkansas has a population of 26,054. However, odds of
becoming victimized by a violent crime were 1 in 42. The chances of being a
victim of either violent or property-related crime was a frightening 1 in 8
=96 if this list were based on overall crime statistics rather than violent
crime, West Memphis, Arkansas would rank number one.


3. Flint, Michigan

On lists that only look at American cities with 100,000 residents or above,
Flint, Michigan ranks regularly as the most dangerous city in the United
States. A resident=92s chances of becoming victim of either violent or
property crime is 1 in 11. Chances of being a victim of a violent crime in
Flint are 1 in 42, while your chances of falling victim to a property crime
is 1 in 15.

While the car theft rate isn=92t as high as Detroit, its still one of the c=
ar
theft capitals of the US, with residents experiencing a 1 in 130 chance of
having their car stolen.


2. Camden, New Jersey

Like most other cities on this list, Camden=92s high crime is driven largel=
y
by poverty and gang violence. Camden was named the nation=92s poorest city =
by
the U.S. Census bureau in 2011.

This community of 77,283 people was the 2nd most dangerous city in the
U.S., with residents experiencing a 1 in 36 chance of being victimized by a
violent crime. A resident=92s chance of falling victim to either a violent =
or
property related crime is a staggering 1 in 11.



1. East St. Louis, Illinois

East St. Louis was the most dangerous city in America heading into 2013
based on violent crime statistics. East St. Louis has suffered tremendously
from de-industrialization and job loss. The exodus of middle and upper
class residents has left a city ridden with poverty (the average household
income is $21,000, compared to the national average of $50,000), gang
violence, and budget cuts that have reduced its police force by 33% from
2008-2011, leaving it ill equipped to handle the ever-increasing cycle of
violence. A U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Illinois once
referred to East St. Louis as the =93Wild West=94.

Odds of falling victim to a violent crime in East St. Louis were a
frightening 1 in 17. Odds of falling victim to either a violent crime or a
property-related crime were an even more disheartening 1 in 7. On top of
these numbers, residents of East St. Louis were more likely than residents
of nearly any other city on this list to have their car stolen (with the
exception of Detroit), with a 1 in 64 chance of being victim of car theft.

Note: Violent crimes statistics used in this list include homicide
(non-negligent murder), forcible rape (doesn=92t include statutory rape),
armed robbery, and aggravated assault (assault that causes severe bodily
injury).

The data is taken from the FBI=92s most recent =93final non-preliminary=94
statistics, making it the most accurate and up-to-date national data on
crime in the United States of America. Population data was taken from the
most recent U.S. census
--=20
Regards,

Evan M. Inker

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You Got to love this annual ranking of the US Worst Crime =
Ridden cities......
My All Time Favorite is Newburgh,=
NY ...... I try to always stay mainly in the Historic areas to avoid runni=
ng into any issues ....


The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In America In 2013
By Editor=
ial Staff on August 13, 2013

Heading into 2013, the list of the 10 m=
ost dangerous cities in the US per capita didn=92t include many of America=
=92s largest cities. The most dangerous major American cities were Atlanta =
(26th), Baltimore (27th), Washington, DC (46th), Philadelphia (50th), Newar=
k (51th), while New York City didn=92t even make the top 100 most dangerous=
list. Instead, the 10 top most dangerous American cities were the decaying=
manufacturing hubs and relatively smaller cities with histories of racial =
tension and poverty.


The cities that made the top 10 were all located on the East Coast and =
the Mid-west, with 4 of the top 10 located in Michigan. The most dangerous =
city from the west coast was Oakland, California, which ranked Number 13 =
=96 not quite high enough to make the cut for the final top 10 list.


Out of the list of the top 100 most dangerous cities in America, no cit=
ies from Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, or Alaska made it onto the lis=
t.

Based on FBI data of the number of violent crimes in each US cit=
y with 25,000 or more people and official census data, here are the 10 most=
dangerous cities in America in 2013.


10. Inkster, Michigan

Coming in at #10 on this list of America=
=92s most dngerous cities is Inkster, Michigan, a city of 25,111 people.>
The reported violent crime rate was 1282 per 100,000 residents, compar=
ed with the national average of 241 per 100,000. Inkster residents have a 1=
in 55 chance of being victim of a violent crime.


In addition to its high per capita violent crime, Inkster also has a bi=
g problem with property crime. Inkster residents have a 1 in 17 chance of b=
eing a victim of violent or property crime

9. Newburgh, New York


Residents of Newburgh =96 a city with a population of 29,026, have a 1 =
in 55 chance of being victim of a violent crime, versus the 1 in 251 chance=
of the average resident of the state of New York. An individual=92s chance=
of being a victim of either a violent crime or a property crime in Newburg=
h is 1 in 16.


When you combine violent crime and property crime, there are very few c=
ommunities in the US both large and small which have a crime rate as high a=
s Newburgh.


8. St. Louis, Missouri

With a population of 3=
18,069, St. Louis is significantly larger than cities #9 and #10 on this li=
st. However, your odds of being victimized by either a property crime or a =
violent crime is a frightening 1 in 10. It is the most dangerous city in Mi=
ssouri, whether you=92re comparing larger cities or smaller communities.>

When it comes purely to violent crime, your odds of becoming a victim i=
s 1 in 53, which is significantly higher than the Missouri average of 1 in =
224.


7. Atlantic City, New Jersey

The 2012 murder of 2 Ca=
nadian tourists in broad daylight brought sensationalistic headlines =96 th=
e Philadelphia Daily News declared Atlantic city a TOURIST DEATH TRAP.


Although it was later revealed that the attacker was a woman with a his=
tory of schizophrenia, the incident did bring the national spotlight onto a=
tourism driven city that =96 outside of its boardwalk =96 is just like any=
other poor urban area in the US that=92s struggling to keep upper and midd=
le class citizens.


Chances of being a victim of violent crime in Atlantic City is 1 in 53,=
while your odds of being victimized by property crime is as high as 1 in 1=
3. However, those numbers are significantly lower on the highly policed boa=
rdwalk areas.



6. Detroit, Michigan

Depending on the statistics used, Detro=
it sometimes ranks #2 or even #1 as the United States=92 most dangerous cit=
y. Using FBI=92s violent crime data for cities with a population greater th=
an 25,000 however, Detroit sits at #6 heading into 2013. With a population =
of 706,585, Detroit is also the largest city to make the top 10 list of the=
most dangerous cities in the USA.


Detroit has a per capita violent crime rate of 1348 per 100,000 citizen=
s, and an overall crime rate of 8400 per 100,000 residents. Detroit has one=
of the highest car theft rates in all of the United States, with 1 in 62 r=
esidents experiencing a car theft every year.


5. Saginaw, Michigan

Residents of this city of 51,230 people hav=
e a 1 in 16 chance of falling victim to either property-related or violent =
crime. Chances of falling victim to a violent crime are 1 in 43, while odds=
of being a victim of property crime were 1 in 26.


4. West Memphis, Arkansas

West Memphis, Arkansas has a populatio=
n of 26,054. However, odds of becoming victimized by a violent crime were 1=
in 42. The chances of being a victim of either violent or property-related=
crime was a frightening 1 in 8 =96 if this list were based on overall crim=
e statistics rather than violent crime, West Memphis, Arkansas would rank n=
umber one.



3. Flint, Michigan

On lists that only look at American citie=
s with 100,000 residents or above, Flint, Michigan ranks regularly as the m=
ost dangerous city in the United States. A resident=92s chances of becoming=
victim of either violent or property crime is 1 in 11. Chances of being a =
victim of a violent crime in Flint are 1 in 42, while your chances of falli=
ng victim to a property crime is 1 in 15.


While the car theft rate isn=92t as high as Detroit, its still one of t=
he car theft capitals of the US, with residents experiencing a 1 in 130 cha=
nce of having their car stolen.


2. Camden, New Jersey

Lik=
e most other cities on this list, Camden=92s high crime is driven largely b=
y poverty and gang violence. Camden was named the nation=92s poorest city b=
y the U.S. Census bureau in 2011.


This community of 77,283 people was the 2nd most dangerous city in the =
U.S., with residents experiencing a 1 in 36 chance of being victimized by a=
violent crime. A resident=92s chance of falling victim to either a violent=
or property related crime is a staggering 1 in 11.




1. East St. Louis, Illinois

East St. Louis was the most =
dangerous city in America heading into 2013 based on violent crime statisti=
cs. East St. Louis has suffered tremendously from de-industrialization and =
job loss. The exodus of middle and upper class residents has left a city ri=
dden with poverty (the average household income is $21,000, compared to the=
national average of $50,000), gang violence, and budget cuts that have red=
uced its police force by 33% from 2008-2011, leaving it ill equipped to han=
dle the ever-increasing cycle of violence. A U.S. attorney for the Southern=
District of Illinois once referred to East St. Louis as the =93Wild West=
=94.


Odds of falling victim to a violent crime in East St. Louis were a frig=
htening 1 in 17. Odds of falling victim to either a violent crime or a prop=
erty-related crime were an even more disheartening 1 in 7. On top of these =
numbers, residents of East St. Louis were more likely than residents of nea=
rly any other city on this list to have their car stolen (with the exceptio=
n of Detroit), with a 1 in 64 chance of being victim of car theft.


Note: Violent crimes statistics used in this list include homicide (non=
-negligent murder), forcible rape (doesn=92t include statutory rape), armed=
robbery, and aggravated assault (assault that causes severe bodily injury)=
.


The data is taken from the FBI=92s most recent =93final non-preliminary=
=94 statistics, making it the most accurate and up-to-date national data on=
crime in the United States of America. Population data was taken from the =
most recent U.S. census

--
Regards,

Evan M. Inker


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