The 10 Midsize Pacific Cities with the Lowest Property Crime Rates

According to the FBI’s 2014 edition of Crime in the United States report, there were approximately 8.3 million property crimes reported that year, resulting in an estimated $14.3 billion worth of financial losses. Police made nearly 1.6 million arrests for property crimes, 1.2 million of which were for larceny-theft. “Property crime” is defined as stealing money…

Property Crime in the West: Midsize Cities with the Lowest, Highest Rates

Property crime – burglaries, larceny-thefts and motor vehicle thefts – is a $14.3 billion problem in the United States, according to the FBI’s 2014 edition of Crime in the United States, which reported approximately 8.3 million property crimes that year. For the 8.3 million crimes reported, police only made about 1.6 million arrests, which is why…