Special Report

American Cities With the Highest Property Crime Rates

35. Cleveland, Tennessee
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 5,026.7
> Total property crimes: 2,312 — 299th most of 1,361 cities
> Total larceny-thefts: 1,734 — 288th most of 1,361 cities (tied)
> Total burglaries: 374 — 268th most of 1,361 cities (tied)
> Total vehicle thefts: 204 — 413th most of 1,361 cities (tied)
> Population: 44,595

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34. Lakewood, Colorado
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 5,040.1
> Total property crimes: 8,050 — 69th most of 1,361 cities
> Total larceny-thefts: 5,580 — 71st most of 1,361 cities
> Total burglaries: 1,076 — 82nd most of 1,361 cities
> Total vehicle thefts: 1,394 — 57th most of 1,361 cities
> Population: 155,146

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33. North Charleston, South Carolina
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 5,104.6
> Total property crimes: 5,998 — 93rd most of 1,361 cities
> Total larceny-thefts: 4,667 — 87th most of 1,361 cities
> Total burglaries: 651 — 138th most of 1,361 cities
> Total vehicle thefts: 680 — 127th most of 1,361 cities
> Population: 111,501

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32. Tulsa, Oklahoma
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 5,111.6
> Total property crimes: 20,557 — 28th most of 1,361 cities
> Total larceny-thefts: 12,246 — 29th most of 1,361 cities
> Total burglaries: 4,407 — 17th most of 1,361 cities
> Total vehicle thefts: 3,904 — 24th most of 1,361 cities
> Population: 402,324

31. Springfield, Ohio
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 5,134.9
> Total property crimes: 3,014 — 220th most of 1,361 cities
> Total larceny-thefts: 2,060 — 231st most of 1,361 cities (tied)
> Total burglaries: 619 — 150th most of 1,361 cities (tied)
> Total vehicle thefts: 335 — 266th most of 1,361 cities
> Population: 59,132