Skip to comments.Top 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in America
Posted on 04/27/2014 5:16:35 AM PDT by ilovesarah2012
Even the most dangerous cities in America can have relatively safe neighborhoods, as there is more variation in crime within most cities than between cities. But using exclusive data developed by NeighborhoodScout, and based on FBI data from all 17,000 local law enforcement agencies in America, we here report those specific neighborhoods in America that have the highest predicted rates of violent crime per 1,000 neighborhood residents of all. Violent crimes include murder, forcible rape, armed robbery, and aggravated assault. These neighborhoods are the epicenters of violence in America, where social issues are likely to ignite into violence and spread. See our FAQ on how we rank the most dangerous neighborhoods
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Rank Neighborhood Violent Crime Rate (per 1,000) My Chances of Becoming a Victim Here (in one year) 25 Baton Rouge, LA (N Lobdell Ave / Harry Dr) 68.96 1 in 15 24 Chicago, IL (S Pulaski Rd / W Lexington St) 71.55 1 in 14 23 St. Louis, MO (Clara Ave / Saint Louis Ave) 72.09 1 in 14 22 Washington, DC (Atlantic St SE / 4th St SE) 72.65 1 in 14 21 Saginaw, MI (Lapeer Ave / E Genesee Ave) 73.17 1 in 14 20 Chicago, IL (S Indiana Ave / E 60th St) 75.18 1 in 13
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Capitol Hill should be considered the most dangerous. And whatever neighborhood the White Hut is in.
Largely populated by White Christian Heterosexuals?
You can pretty well guess which political party the mayors of most if not all of these cities are from.
Oh, and it's all Bush's fault because he and the Republicans wouldn't fund social programs that would have stopped this.
If you want to find the worst ares in a any metropolitan area, find Martin Luther King Blvd and take it.
In Lancaster PA they have a real Amish crime problem.
Democrat control for, like, ever.
All you gotta do is look at the bluest places on the map, and stay the hell out of there.
Six of the top 25 are in Illinois. The only common connection I can see is a concentration of a certain ethnicity whom it isn’t polite to mention.
That’s what I was thinking. And democrats.
Are we racist for pointing out the obvious? Why are these the most dangerous neighborhoods?
I am not trying to be racist, but if you removed all the crimes committed by blacks, what would the overall crime rate look like? Oh, and illegals as well.
Just seems, in general of course, white Americans aren’t the problem.
The way they calculate these is a bit odd. The last time I looked at the list, there was a neighborhood in Jacksonville, FL listed, so I looked at it.
It wasn’t an entire zip code, just a section of the city that had a distinct geography. Further, it was mainly an abandoned commercial area in the middle of a rough part of the city. The only residents (<800) were in a single apartment complex at the corner, which was functionally part of a different neighborhood.
In short, a lot of drug deals were being made and going bad (and bodies dumped), but likely no more than in the surrounding areas, but the low number of residents made it jump way up by crimes per 1000.
The ComDem Party is a criminal organization made up of members with a incurable mental disorders.
Detroit is listed TWICE?
Guess to keep it from being on the top of the list.
There is confusion between being racist and describing a sub culture.
Being a culturist and discussing subcultures is not being racist. It seems pretty obvious that in the cited neighborhoods there is a criminal subculture that is a portion of a larger community that taken together is a minority of the American population.
The black urban subculture is inherently criminal all across the country.
Actually I was wrong, Detroit is listed 3 times:
(Wyoming St / Orangelawn St)
(Broadstreet Ave / Cortland St)
(W Jeffries Fwy / Seebaldt St)
I think the womb is. Your chances of uh being prematurely terminated are a little higher than 1 out of 6. Sort of a Russian Roulette before you are born.
The list given reflects on violence and physical danger. I’d add that places like Seattle, San Francisco, Miami metro, and other solidly liberal voting block districts are just as dangerous to our future.
The way they calculate is a bit odd
From what you describe, it is. A meaninful list would look for clusters of various crimes, and list the most saturated clusters as the most dangerous areas, whatever the population, zip code, or within one locality. Whatever the population is in those areas saturated with crime is doesn't really impact their danger. The population does not affect your safefy individually when you're in that area.