|Crime Category||Local Index||Vs. National Index|
|Motor Vehicle Theft|
When you're thinking about moving into a new neighborhood, there's far more to consider than curb appeal and square footage.
In reality, you need to know as much about the community you'll be living in as the house you're planning on buying. Before you sign on the dotted line, you'll do a fair number of walk-throughs and appraisals to make sure there are no hidden surprises. Shouldn't you be doing the same for your new neighborhood?
To help make sure you understand as much as possible about potential crime in your city or neighborhood, we've created this interactive crime map.
Using the most recent data available, you can explore how your area compares to the national average for crime, including assault, vehicle theft, robbery, and more.
Start by typing in your desired city, ZIP code, or state at the top of the interactive map. Once you do that, the guide will generate your area, highlighting each crime category.
Clicking on the map will give you even more information on the area and specific details regarding each crime category.
If you're traveling to a city like New York City, you might want to know how safe it is to walk around Times Square after dark. Using our interactive crime map, you can tell that burglaries in much of New York City occur below the national average unless you're in lower Manhattan or certain parts of midtown.
Like New York City, certain parts of Chicago have higher crime rates than others. Our map will help you identify where each type of crime is most likely to occur. Motor vehicle theft is less likely to occur in parts of downtown Chicago compared to the west and south sides.
In Miami, sticking to the coastline might be a safer bet. Total crime levels were lowest in the downtown Miami area closest to the beach and even lower south of Key Biscayne. Burglaries were less frequent along the coastal shore compared to western parts of the city, including the iconic South Beach region.
Unlike some other major cities in America, where you live (or visit) in Los Angeles can significantly change your crime concerns.
Total crime was lowest in Koreatown and just outside the downtown area. When we looked at motor vehicle theft, the downtown area was a hotbed, while Chinatown and Hollywood had the lowest reports of vehicle crime. Burglary was relatively low across Los Angeles, except for the downtown area, but personal crime was "slightly above average" or "well above the national average" almost everywhere else in Los Angeles.
Understanding the community you live in or travel to can be key to staying as safe as possible under any circumstances.
Our interactive crime map has been designed to give you as much up-to-date information on crime statistics as possible. See the results for yourself by exploring the map.
Crime rates are based on a score that represents the combined risks of rape, murder, assault, robbery, burglary, larceny and vehicle theft compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average total crime risk, while 50 indicates half the national risk. The different types of crime are given equal weight in this score.
Crime Data Last Updated: July 2018
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