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WORST CITY - Murder Rate in Cities
(rate per 100,000 population)

Rank City Murder rate
1. Compton, Calif. 67.1
2. Gary, Ind. 58.0
3. Birmingham, Ala. 44.3
4. Youngstown, Ohio 43.7
5. Richmond, Va. 43.0
6. Baltimore, Md. 42.0
7. Camden, N.J. 41.2
8. Flint, Mich. 40.1
9. Detroit, Mich. 39.3
10. Richmond, Calif. 38.8
11. St. Louis, Mo. 37.9
12. Trenton, N.J. 36.2
13. Washington, DC 35.4
14. Newark, N.J. 34.5
15. San Bernardino, Calif. 29.0
16. Kansas City, Mo. 28.1
17. Reading, Pa. 27.2
18. Philadelphia, Pa. 25.6
19. Kansas City, Kans. 25.4
20. Cincinnati, Ohio 25.1
21. Rochester, N.Y. 24.9
22. Norfolk, Va. 24.5
23. Cleveland, Ohio 23.8
24. Oakland, Calif. 23.2
25. West Palm Beach, Fla. 22.6
26. Inglewood, Calif. 22.4
27. Little Rock, AR 22.1
28. Baton Rouge, La. 21.8
28. Portsmouth, Va. 21.8
30. Jackson, Miss. 21.1
31. Atlanta, Ga. 20.9
32. Milwaukee, Wis. 20.6
33. Macon, Ga. 20.5
34. Memphis, Tenn. 20.2
35. Dayton, Ohio 20.0
35. Hartford, Conn. 20.0
37. Racine, Wis. 19.9
38. Buffalo, N.Y. 19.8
39. Allentown, Pa. 19.6
39. Shreveport, La. 19.6
41. Pittsburgh, Pa. 19.0
42. Durham, N.C. 17.1
42. Nashville, Tenn. 17.1
42. Roanoke, Va. 17.1
45. Dallas, Texas 16.4
46. Houston, Texas 16.3
47. Jersey City, N.J. 15.9
48. Chicago, Ill. 15.6
49. Phoenix, Ariz. 15.0
49. Tulsa, Okla. 15.0
51. Chattanooga, Tenn. 14.7
52. Stockton, Calif. 14.6
53. Victorville, Calif. 14.4
54. Montgomery, Ala. 14.3
55. Columbus, Ohio 14.0
55. Mobile, Ala. 14.0
55. Savannah, Ga. 14.0
58. Knoxville, Tenn. 13.9
58. Miami, Fla. 13.9
60. Bridgeport, Conn. 13.6
60. Elizabeth, N.J. 13.6
62. Indianapolis, Ind. 13.5
63. Pomona, Calif. 13.4
64. Huntsville, Ala. 13.3
64. Syracuse, N.Y. 13.3
66. Paterson, N.J. 13.2
67. Boston, Mass. 12.9
67. North Charleston, S.C. 12.9
69. San Francisco, Calif. 12.8
70. Akron, Ohio 12.7
70. Columbia, S.C. 12.7
70. Greensboro, N.C. 12.7
73. Charlotte, N.C. 12.6
73. Los Angeles, Calif. 12.6
75. Minneapolis, MN 12.5
76. Peoria, Ill. 12.4
76. Pueblo, Colo. 12.4
76. Rockford, Ill. 12.4
79. Lancaster, Calif. 12.3
80. North Las Vegas, Nev. 12.2
80. Yakima, Wash. 12.2
82. Bellflower, Calif. 11.9
82. Springfield, Mass. 11.9
84. St. Petersburg, Fla. 11.8
85. Columbus, Ga. 11.7
86. Suffolk, Va. 11.6
86. Yuma, Ariz. 11.6
88. Hawthorne, Calif. 11.5
89. Jacksonville, Fla. 11.4
89. Palmdale, Calif. 11.4
89. Sacramento, Calif. 11.4
92. Fort Wayne, Ind. 11.3
92. Las Vegas, Nev. 11.3
92. Providence, R.I. 11.3
92. South Bend, Ind. 11.3
96. Bakersfield, Calif. 11.2
96. Hammond, Ind. 11.2
98. Fayetteville, N.C. 11.0
98. Rialto, Calif. 11.0
100. Albuquerque, N.M. 10.8
100. Newport News, Va. 10.8

 

Source: 13th Annual Safest (and Most Dangerous) Cities, Morgan Quitno Press. Web: www.morganquitno.com .

 

What's the murder rate in your city? Locations with high crime levels should have criminal background check services on hand, since you can never be too careful when it comes to you and your family.

 

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