Special Report

Cities Where Property Crime Is Soaring

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50. Eugene, Oregon
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 428.9 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 6,980 — 66th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 6,184 — 84th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 3,999.7 — 91st highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 3,570.8 — 172nd highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 168,302

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49. Bothell, Washington
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 429.7 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 1,187 — 509th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 964 — 393rd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,456.4 — 370th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,026.7 — 462nd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 45,749

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48. Lake Oswego, Oregon
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 434.6 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 659 — 271st lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 481 — 154th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 1,640.5 — 364th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 1,205.9 — 165th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 39,127

47. Englewood, Colorado
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 442.8 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 2,010 — 302nd highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 1,843 — 365th highest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 5,667.7 — 17th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 5,225.0 — 37th highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 34,259

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46. Des Moines, Washington
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 449.4 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 1,152 — 506th lowest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 1,007 — 412th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 3,528.1 — 139th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 3,078.8 — 272nd highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 31,734

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