Special Report

The City With the Lowest Rate of Property Crimes in Every State

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Hawaii: No eligible cities
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: N/A (Hawaii: 2,411.4)
> Total property crimes: N/A (Hawaii: 33,928)
> Total larceny-thefts: N/A (Hawaii: 23,954)
> Total burglaries: N/A (Hawaii: 4,630)
> Total vehicle thefts: N/A (Hawaii: 5,344)
> Population: N/A

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Idaho: Rexburg
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 338.2 (Idaho: 1,111.9)
> Total property crimes: 101 (Idaho: 20,313)
> Total larceny-thefts: 81 (Idaho: 14,815)
> Total burglaries: 15 (Idaho: 3,731)
> Total vehicle thefts: 5 (Idaho: 1,767)
> Population: 28,414

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Illinois: Rockford
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 2,834.4 (Illinois: 1,559.4)
> Total property crimes: 4,104 (Illinois: 196,287)
> Total larceny-thefts: 2,968 (Illinois: 143,935)
> Total burglaries: 742 (Illinois: 31,020)
> Total vehicle thefts: 394 (Illinois: 21,332)
> Population: 147,070

*Because Rockford is the only eligible city in Illinois, it is the city with the fewest property crimes by default.

Indiana: Zionsville
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 298.4 (Indiana: 1,783.2)
> Total property crimes: 86 (Indiana: 120,453)
> Total larceny-thefts: 76 (Indiana: 86,080)
> Total burglaries: 1 (Indiana: 18,938)
> Total vehicle thefts: 9 (Indiana: 15,435)
> Population: 27,463

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Iowa: Urbandale
> 2020 property crimes per 100K people: 1,018.7 (Iowa: 1,698.2)
> Total property crimes: 458 (Iowa: 53,725)
> Total larceny-thefts: 336 (Iowa: 35,751)
> Total burglaries: 63 (Iowa: 11,739)
> Total vehicle thefts: 59 (Iowa: 6,235)
> Population: 43,441

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