Special Report

Cities Where Thefts Are Dropping

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35. Juneau, Alaska
> Change in reported larceny-theft rate, 2019-2020: -838.4
> Larceny-thefts reported in 2020: 748 — 454th lowest of 1,046 cities
> Larceny-thefts per 100K people in 2020: 2,343.0 — 198th highest of 1,046 cities
> 1-yr. change in all property crime: -1,098.4 — 22nd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,963.2 — 248th highest of 1,042 cities
> Population: 32,227

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34. San Bernardino, California
> Change in reported larceny-theft rate, 2019-2020: -839.8
> Larceny-thefts reported in 2020: 3,149 — 111th highest of 1,046 cities
> Larceny-thefts per 100K people in 2020: 1,455.4 — 506th lowest of 1,046 cities
> 1-yr. change in all property crime: -1,389.9 — 10th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,800.4 — 283rd highest of 1,042 cities
> Population: 216,089

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33. Berkeley, California
> Change in reported larceny-theft rate, 2019-2020: -851.7
> Larceny-thefts reported in 2020: 3,933 — 89th highest of 1,046 cities
> Larceny-thefts per 100K people in 2020: 3,214.7 — 61st highest of 1,046 cities
> 1-yr. change in all property crime: -570.9 — 130th lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 4,524.1 — 57th highest of 1,042 cities
> Population: 121,485

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32. Miami, Florida
> Change in reported larceny-theft rate, 2019-2020: -855.2
> Larceny-thefts reported in 2020: 10,017 — 33rd highest of 1,046 cities
> Larceny-thefts per 100K people in 2020: 2,104.0 — 268th highest of 1,046 cities
> 1-yr. change in all property crime: -918.0 — 41st lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,749.8 — 300th highest of 1,042 cities
> Population: 454,279

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31. Mankato, Minnesota
> Change in reported larceny-theft rate, 2019-2020: -857.5
> Larceny-thefts reported in 2020: 855 — 513th lowest of 1,046 cities
> Larceny-thefts per 100K people in 2020: 1,975.7 — 312th highest of 1,046 cities
> 1-yr. change in all property crime: -1,016.6 — 33rd lowest of 1,037 cities
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,387.0 — 396th highest of 1,042 cities
> Population: 42,093

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