Special Report

American Cities With the Most Property Crime in Every State

Samuel Stebbins

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6. Colorado: Englewood
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 6,106.4 (state: 2,671.6)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 2,139 (1.4% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 173 (0.8% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 326 (1.5% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 15.1%

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7. Connecticut: Waterbury
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 3,923.3 (state: 1,681.0)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 4,252 (7.1% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 546 (6.9% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 838 (11.4% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 23.0%

8. Delaware: Wilmington
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 4,921.5 (state: 2,324.4)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 3,502 (15.6% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 567 (18.0% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 452 (30.6% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 25.1%

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9. Florida: Miami Beach
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 7,475.7 (state: 2,281.8)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 6,947 (1.4% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 646 (0.9% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 399 (1.0% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 14.9%

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10. Georgia: East Point
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 12,004.7 (state: 2,573.7)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 4,260 (1.6% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 531 (1.2% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 584 (2.4% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 22.4%