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10 Most Dangerous Cities in Michigan

10 Most Dangerous Cities in Michigan

6. Saginaw, MI

Dangerous Cities in Michigan: Saganaw, MI

Population: 51,267
Annual Crimes Per 1,000 Residents
Violent Crimes: 23.62 per 1,000 residents
Property Crimes: 34.43 per 1,000 residents
Total Reported Crimes: 58.05 per 1,000 residents

Saginaw has a crime rate of about 58 per one thousand residents.

Saginaw’s ranking when considering only violent crimes? #2

7. Inkster, MI

Dangerous Cities in Michigan: Inkster, MI

Population: 25,129
Annual Crimes Per 1,000 Residents
Violent Crimes: 15.16 per 1,000 residents
Property Crimes: 40.31 per 1,000 residents
Total Reported Crimes: 55.47 per 1,000 residents

Inkster has a crime rate of about 55 per one thousand residents.

Inkster’s ranking when considering only violent crimes? #4

8. Kalamazoo, MI

Dangerous Cities in Michigan: Kalamazoo, MI

Population: 74,797
Annual Crimes Per 1,000 Residents
Violent Crimes: 8.78 per 1,000 residents
Property Crimes: 41.71 per 1,000 residents
Total Reported Crimes: 50.50 per 1,000 residents

Kalamazoo has a crime rate of about 51 per one thousand residents.

Kalamazoo’s ranking when considering only violent crimes? #8

9. Lincoln Park, MI

Dangerous Cities in Michigan: Lincoln Park, MI

Population: 37,779
Annual Crimes Per 1,000 Residents
Violent Crimes: 5.88 per 1,000 residents
Property Crimes: 41.00 per 1,000 residents
Total Reported Crimes: 46.88 per 1,000 residents

Lincoln Park has a crime rate of about 47 per one thousand residents.

Lincoln Park’s ranking when considering only violent crimes? #15

10. Monroe, MI

Dangerous Cities in Michigan: Monroe, MI

Population: 20,687
Annual Crimes Per 1,000 Residents
Violent Crimes: 5.22 per 1,000 residents
Property Crimes: 40.17 per 1,000 residents
Total Reported Crimes: 45.39 per 1,000 residents

Monroe has a crime rate of about 45 per one thousand residents.

Monroe’s ranking when considering only violent crimes? #18

Note: We use a standard computational formula to calculate our crime rates. This same formula is used by various state government criminal justice departments to calculate crime rate.

VIOLENT CRIMES + PROPERTY CRIMES = TOTAL REPORTED CRIMES

TOTAL REPORTED CRIMES / POPULATION * 1000 = CRIME RATE

*Only cities included in the FBI 2012 UCR with populations of 15,000 or higher with violent crime rates over 5.00 per capita were considered for our rankings.

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