Most Dangerous Cities, Part 1

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Most Dangerous Cities, FBI Crime Data, Part 1

The attached spreadsheet has been completed to include crime data from each city and town in the United States, as published by the FBI 2017 report titled "Crime in the United States." For sections which were left blank in the report, the appropriate cells on the spreadsheet have also been left blank.

The types of crime recorded in the attached spreadsheet include:
  • violent crime
  • murder and non-negligent manslaughter
  • rape 1
  • robbery
  • aggravated assault
  • property crime
  • burglary
  • larceny-theft
  • motor vehicle theft
  • arson 2
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Most Dangerous Cities, FBI Crime Data, Part 2

For each of the cities in the attached spreadsheet we have identified the cities that have a population of over 36,000. For each state we have left at least 25 cities unhidden on the spreadsheet, except for Hawaii, District of Columbia, and Nevada that did not have 25 cities.
  • California has 92 cities with a population of more than 36,000.
  • Florida has 77 cities with a population of 36,000 or greater.
  • Massachusetts has 45 cities with a population of more than 36,000.
  • New Jersey has 66 cities with a population of 36,000 or greater.
  • New York has 34 cities with a population of more than 36,000.
  • Texas has 89 cities with a population of 36,000 or greater.
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