CrimeGrade.org is the new standard in neighborhood-based crime data for the United States. Our data is superior in the following ways: Much more geographically specific, with crime grades available down to the neighborhood. More accurate than sites that simply map user-submitted reported crimes.
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Crime Grade's data is actually much more granular than zip codes, but we use zip codes to direct you to the right place on the map. Many other sites will try to tell you where the “safest places” in a state are. They are only able to map crime down to the city, though, often using FBI data. This effectively means they don't know.Is there a sister site to crimegrade.org?
We are pleased to announce our sister site, CrimeGrade.org, is now live. The site shows highly-detailed crime maps for the entire United States. Take a look – you've never seen anything like it. Here's an example image from the site, which will look familiar.What are the crime risk ratings for neighborhoods?
NeighborhoodScout® Crime Risk Ratings are on a nationally comparable 1-100 scale. 100 means safer than 100% of U.S. neighborhoods. 1 means safer than just 1% of U.S. neighborhoods. We provide these risk ratings for: Total Crime Risk, Violent Crime Risk, Property Crime Risk, Murder, Rape, Robbery, Assault, Burglary, Theft, and Motor Vehicle Theft.How can I find out the crime rate in my area?
We also reveal a resident’s chances of becoming a victim in the location, the total crime rate, violent crime rate, and property crime rate, as well as the crime density per square mile for the neighborhood. All are compared to city and national averages for quick comparison.
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