Special Report

Cities Where Property Crime Is Soaring

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30. Richland, Washington
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 566.7 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 1,553 — 392nd highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 1,199 — 503rd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,615.8 — 327th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,049.1 — 472nd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 56,399

29. Roseville, Minnesota
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 573.7 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 2,370 — 254th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 2,164 — 295th highest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 6,462.2 — 6th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 5,888.4 — 17th highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 36,026

28. Northglenn, Colorado
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 577.3 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 1,447 — 420th highest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 1,229 — 510th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 3,695.0 — 114th highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 3,117.7 — 264th highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 38,973

27. Maywood, California
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 619.7 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 459 — 160th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 296 — 54th lowest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 1,704.5 — 392nd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 1,084.8 — 126th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 27,332

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26. Sandy, Utah
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 646.9 more crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 2,979 — 192nd highest of 1,037 cities (tied)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 2,368 — 271st highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 3,068.3 — 222nd highest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,421.3 — 440th highest of 1,037 cities
> Population: 96,127

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