Infographic: Neighborhood Crime

April 29th, 2012
in econ_news

RobberEconintersect:  The infographic below the "Read more..." continuation provides interesting data about crime at the neighborhood level.  Aggravated assault (for violent crimes) and larceny-theft (for property crimes) constituted by far the largest categories of crime, both near 2/3 of all crimes in their repsective categories.  Another big number:  a total of more than 13 million arrests were made in 2010.  The infographic also identifies the five safest and the five most dangerous cities in the U.S.

Follow up:

Click on graphic (twice) for larger image.

The Truth About Neighborhood Crime

By: Home Insurance Guide

John Lounsbury









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