10 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S.

Today we are about to learn the compilation of the most dangerous cities in the US, published by Insider Monkey recently. If you are just about to move to another city, it’s a good idea to check out your future home. There are several criteria that are worth mustering, such as living standard, costs of living, cultural places, climate, hospitals and – safety level of the city. Actually, potential dangers can be of all sorts. In the cities, you can meet burglaries, thefts, car thefts, arson, vandalization of property, and even murders.

This year has traced the face of criminalism. As every each of us had to go under self-isolation, criminals had to accommodate to the curfew, too. There were much less crimes in the reality and online crimes got in accession. Tens of thousands of criminals tried to scam people via online shopping. One of the most common among them is to advertise something, get the price in advance and to send completely nothing in change. Or scammers do send something, but it’s not you have paid for, as you get a half-brick instead of a household gadget for instance. But true what is true, according to the FBI’s report, there has been a downward trend in the amount of violent crimes so far this year. For example, the number of rape offences have decreased by 17.8% comparing to the first half year of 2019. When we write “violent crime” in the article, it means robbery, rape, murder, and aggravated assaults.

And now, let’s see a short and brief summarize from Insider Monkey’s list. On the ninth spot Corpus Christi comes with its 100,000 people per 736.9 crimes. Last year there were 2,616 violent crimes in Corpus Christi. Let’s skip to the sixth spot, where Stockton stands. The rate of crime is 788.5 crimes per 100,000 people. Being a poverty-stricken city, Stockton is infamous for all kinds of violent crimes. Another jump leads us to the third spot just to see Albuquerque’s horrible stats. The rate of crime is 1,043.4 crimes per 100,000 people. What kind of crimes do the citizens face with? Almost all of them, murders, burglaries, automobile thefts, just to name a few. If you want to know more about this issue, please jump to the list of the most dangerous cities in the U.S.

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