2010 City Crime Rate Rankings

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    Our city isn't listed on their rankings, but we are listed as number 59 worst metorpolitain areas for the country. That includes two counties, one in TX and one in AR. A couple of years ago we were 24th worst, so I guess we are making some progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Storm View Post
    I'd have to disagree with that. Someone in the NYC govt. is not releasing any crime reports like those in Chicago. There is still stuff going on over there and no one wants to report or admit it.
    i did not know you had a lot of experiance whith NYC.

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    orlando made #46...rather high but understandable with all the wanna be gangsters/thugs we have here

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    Wow, Orlando is worse than Miami now? Well, well. Maybe I will start carrying another magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Interesting, The biggest city in my state (Salt Lake City) ranked 105, I thought it would be higher.
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    Did you notice that West Valley made the list at #152.....how is it possible that West Valley is so far off of the SLC ranking? Isn't there a much larger gang problem on the West Side? Says the Parkite ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    Anyone notice that all of the top 10 cities are BLUE CITIES.
    Well, 99% of cities (another made-up statistic ) seem to be blue cities.

    The more people you gather together, the more left-leaning they tend to become. I wonder as to the reasoning behind that...

    I would hypothesize some sort of reverse hive-mind phenomenon, i.e., decreased intelligence by proximity, but that is a conversation for another day.

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    Akron is #47 on the list. Can't say that I'm surprised. I just wish that U of A would allow campus carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexHassin View Post
    i did not know you had a lot of experiance whith NYC.
    I have been to Queens, Manhattan, and Staten Island when I visited there during fleet week as part of the US Navy. And, Manhattan was where I had my first hand experience and lifeling interest in imported cigars (occasionally smoke, 1-3X a month). That was back in 1999, when smoking was allowed in restaurants then and it was not under Mayor "Bloopberg". NY is cool with me. I just hate their anti-gun laws and politics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefneon View Post
    Howdy!

    It's interesting that the big three didn't make the list (NY, Chicago, and LA) or did I miss them? Saw that Houston did make the top 50.

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    New York is something like 269. I think there must be some flaw in the data because New York is BELOW the national average? Come on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedBeau View Post
    New York is something like 269. I think there must be some flaw in the data because New York is BELOW the national average? Come on!
    yeah, like I said before it’s not the 80's anymore and I thought the fact that it's below the national average was common knowledge

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    Atlanta is #25 and I'll be living and attending college there next fall. I guess it's time to save up for an AR or an AK I suppose...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xader View Post
    Something seems fishy. I have a hard time believing that Portland, OR has more crime than NYC or Salem (known in OR for its crime rates).

    Methinks some cities may be fudging their numbers when reporting to the FBI.

    edit: is it NYC that doesn't record a crime unless they have a suspect?
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    Yay Baltimore! #11 FTW! And only 15 miles from my house...

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    3 miles from #2, and in NJ you aren't allowed to defend yourself. Real comforting.

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