Report’s ranking of the most and least dangerous cities in the U.S.A.

19 11 2007
The Associated Press  
A list of the most and least dangerous cities with at least 75,000 residents, as measured by the study “City Crime Rankings: Crime in Metropolitan America,” published by Washington-based CQ Press. The authors analyzed FBI crime statistics released Sept. 24. The danger score uses zero as the national average.
MOST DANGEROUS 25:
1. Detroit 407.2
2. St. Louis 406.2
3. Flint, Mich. 381.0
4. Oakland, Calif. 338.9
5. Camden, N.J. 323.8
6. Birmingham, Ala. 268.8
7. North Charleston, S.C. 254.3
8. Memphis, Tenn. 245.6
9. Richmond, Calif. 245.1
10. Cleveland 244.4
11. Orlando, Fla. 237.4
12. Baltimore 236.7
13. Little Rock, Ark. 233.8
14. Compton, Calif. 223.6
15. Youngstown, Ohio 222.0
16. Cincinnati 218.3
17. Gary, Ind. 214.0
18. Kansas City, Mo. 203.4
19. Dayton, Ohio 201.5
20. Newark, N.J. 197.3
21. Philadelphia 192.9
22. Atlanta 189.9
23. Jackson, Miss. 188.8
24. Buffalo, N.Y. 187.8
25. Kansas City, Kan. 187.6
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SAFEST 25:
1. Mission Viejo, Calif. -82.1
2. Clarkstown, N.Y. -81.0
3. Brick Township, N.J. -78.7
4. Amherst, N.Y. -75.4
5. Sugar Land, Texas -75.4
6. Colonie, N.Y. -74.6
7. Thousand Oaks, Calif. -73.8
8. Newton, Mass. -73.5
9. Toms River Township, N.J. -72.7
10. Lake Forest, Calif. -71.7
11. Irvine, Calif. -71.1
12. Orem, Utah -70.6
13. Round Rock, Texas -69.4
14. Cary, N.C. -68.6
15. Greece, N.Y. -68.5
16. Chino Hills, Calif. -63.2
17. Coral Springs, Fla. -62.0
18. Troy, Mich. -61.8
19. Farmington Hills, Mich. -61.7
20. Centennial, Colo. -61.3
21. Glendale, Calif. -59.2
22. Broken Arrow, Okla. -58.8
23. Parma, Ohio -58.8
24. Sterling Heights, Mich. -58.5
25. Simi Valley, Calif. -58.5
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