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Violent Crime Rate per 1,000 Individuals

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Violent Crime Rate per 1,000 Individuals

The Top 10 results for 2012 (ranked by Violent Crime Rate)

AreaViolent Crime RateViolent CrimeTotal PopulationYearCounty
Sauget540.8851592012St. Clair County
East St. Louis141.691,627270872012St. Clair County
Washington Park92.6614042092012St. Clair County
Near North Riverfront72.33405532012St. Louis City
Wellston66.9315523162012St. Louis County
Downtown58.8621937212012St. Louis City
Cahokia58.3550152872012St. Clair County
Fairview Heights57.2747171292012St. Clair County
College Hill49.719318712012St. Louis City
Belleville47.43200446122012St. Clair County

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Missouri and St. Louis City: (Total no. of violent crimes x 1,000/Total 2006 population).
Illinois: (Total no. of violent crimes x 1,000/Total 2005 population).

Calculations made by Vision for Children at Risk.
Missouri violent crimes include: criminal homicide, negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, attempted rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.
Illinois violent crimes include: murder, criminal sexual assault, robbery, and aggravated assault.
St. Louis City violent crimes include: murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.
Data presented on these pages only reflects those geographies and neighborhoods for which crime data was available.
†Denotes geographies/neighborhoods with a population less than 300.