Top 101 cities with the largest city-data.com crime index decrease from 2002 to 2012 (population 50,000+)

Crime index decrease distibution for all U.S. cities (pop. 50,000+)

Top 101 cities with the largest city-data.com crime index decrease from 2002 to 2012 (population 50,000+)

RankCityCrime index decrease
1.
East Orange, NJ (housing) (pop. 64,544)-71.7%
2.
Tampa, FL (housing) (pop. 352,957)-71.1%
3.
Parma, OH (housing) (pop. 80,429)-70.2%
4.
Charleston, SC (housing) (pop. 127,999)-62.7%
5.
McAllen, TX (housing) (pop. 136,639)-56.6%
6.
Flagstaff, AZ (housing) (pop. 68,667)-56.3%
7.
Missouri City, TX (housing) (pop. 70,185)-55.1%
8.
Flower Mound, TX (housing) (pop. 68,609)-55.0%
9.
Palatine, IL (housing) (pop. 69,350)-54.0%
10.
Aurora, IL (housing) (pop. 199,963)-54.0%
11.
Davenport, IA (housing) (pop. 102,157)-53.3%
12.
Beaverton, OR (housing) (pop. 93,542)-53.3%
13.
Los Angeles, CA (housing) (pop. 3,884,307)-53.0%
14.
Redmond, WA (housing) (pop. 57,530)-51.2%
15.
Mesa, AZ (housing) (pop. 457,587)-51.1%
16.
Bossier City, LA (housing) (pop. 66,333)-50.9%
17.
Thornton, CO (housing) (pop. 127,359)-49.9%
18.
Albany, OR (housing) (pop. 51,583)-49.9%
19.
St. George, UT (housing) (pop. 76,817)-49.8%
20.
Wilmington, NC (housing) (pop. 112,067)-49.5%
21.
Irvington, NJ (housing) (pop. 58,920)-49.0%
22.
North Charleston, SC (housing) (pop. 104,054)-48.7%
23.
Dearborn, MI (housing) (pop. 95,884)-48.4%
24.
Sammamish, WA (housing) (pop. 50,169)-48.4%
25.
Tempe, AZ (housing) (pop. 168,228)-48.1%
26.
Fort Myers, FL (housing) (pop. 68,190)-47.5%
27.
Chula Vista, CA (housing) (pop. 256,780)-47.4%
28.
Richmond, VA (housing) (pop. 214,114)-47.3%
29.
Hillsboro, OR (housing) (pop. 97,368)-47.1%
30.
Folsom, CA (housing) (pop. 73,098)-47.0%
31.
Bryan, TX (housing) (pop. 78,709)-46.8%
32.
West Palm Beach, FL (housing) (pop. 102,436)-46.7%
33.
New Braunfels, TX (housing) (pop. 63,279)-46.4%
34.
Alexandria, VA (housing) (pop. 148,892)-46.3%
35.
Chapel Hill, NC (housing) (pop. 59,635)-45.8%
36.
Evanston, IL (housing) (pop. 75,570)-44.9%
37.
Dallas, TX (housing) (pop. 1,257,676)-44.6%
38.
Chandler, AZ (housing) (pop. 249,146)-44.6%
39.
Grand Prairie, TX (housing) (pop. 183,372)-44.6%
40.
Irving, TX (housing) (pop. 228,653)-44.5%
41.
Olathe, KS (housing) (pop. 131,885)-44.5%
42.
Brookline, MA (housing) (pop. 58,732)-44.2%
43.
Gardena, CA (housing) (pop. 59,957)-43.9%
44.
Brownsville, TX (housing) (pop. 181,860)-43.8%
45.
Springfield, MA (housing) (pop. 153,703)-43.8%
46.
Bloomington, IL (housing) (pop. 78,902)-43.8%
47.
Scottsdale, AZ (housing) (pop. 226,918)-43.5%
48.
Sparks, NV (housing) (pop. 93,282)-43.5%
49.
Torrance, CA (housing) (pop. 147,478)-43.4%
50.
White Plains, NY (housing) (pop. 57,866)-43.2%
51.
Suffolk, VA (housing) (pop. 85,728)-43.1%
52.
Palm Bay, FL (housing) (pop. 104,898)-42.8%
53.
Waco, TX (housing) (pop. 129,030)-42.6%
54.
El Cajon, CA (housing) (pop. 102,211)-42.2%
55.
McKinney, TX (housing) (pop. 148,559)-42.1%
56.
Jersey City, NJ (housing) (pop. 257,342)-42.1%
57.
Charlotte, NC (housing) (pop. 792,862)-42.0%
58.
Jupiter, FL (housing) (pop. 58,298)-41.7%
59.
Aurora, CO (housing) (pop. 345,803)-41.7%
60.
Alpharetta, GA (housing) (pop. 62,298)-41.7%
61.
Palmdale, CA (housing) (pop. 157,161)-41.6%
62.
Rosemead, CA (housing) (pop. 54,561)-41.5%
63.
Boynton Beach, FL (housing) (pop. 71,097)-41.1%
64.
Lancaster, CA (housing) (pop. 159,523)-41.0%
65.
Orem, UT (housing) (pop. 91,648)-40.9%
66.
Des Plaines, IL (housing) (pop. 58,918)-40.9%
67.
Vineland, NJ (housing) (pop. 61,050)-40.9%
68.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL (housing) (pop. 50,699)-40.8%
69.
Berkeley, CA (housing) (pop. 116,768)-40.7%
70.
Passaic, NJ (housing) (pop. 70,868)-40.7%
71.
Novi, MI (housing) (pop. 57,960)-40.6%
72.
Sugar Land, TX (housing) (pop. 83,860)-40.6%
73.
Glendale, CA (housing) (pop. 196,021)-40.1%
74.
Monterey Park, CA (housing) (pop. 61,085)-39.9%
75.
North Richland Hills, TX (housing) (pop. 67,317)-39.9%
76.
Raleigh, NC (housing) (pop. 431,746)-39.9%
77.
Frederick, MD (housing) (pop. 66,893)-39.8%
78.
Bend, OR (housing) (pop. 81,236)-39.8%
79.
Hoboken, NJ (housing) (pop. 52,575)-39.6%
80.
Sioux City, IA (housing) (pop. 82,459)-39.5%
81.
Irvine, CA (housing) (pop. 236,716)-39.5%
82.
Tigard, OR (housing) (pop. 50,444)-39.3%
83.
Joliet, IL (housing) (pop. 147,806)-39.2%
84.
Hialeah, FL (housing) (pop. 233,394)-39.2%
85.
Greenville, NC (housing) (pop. 89,130)-39.1%
86.
Ocala, FL (housing) (pop. 57,468)-38.8%
87.
Salem, OR (housing) (pop. 160,614)-38.8%
88.
Peoria, AZ (housing) (pop. 162,592)-38.7%
89.
Decatur, IL (housing) (pop. 74,710)-38.6%
90.
Ontario, CA (housing) (pop. 167,500)-38.5%
91.
Newport News, VA (housing) (pop. 182,020)-38.4%
92.
Great Falls, MT (housing) (pop. 59,351)-38.3%
93.
Conroe, TX (housing) (pop. 63,032)-38.3%
94.
Plano, TX (housing) (pop. 274,409)-38.3%
95.
Auburn, WA (housing) (pop. 74,860)-38.3%
96.
Fontana, CA (housing) (pop. 203,003)-38.1%
97.
Midland, TX (housing) (pop. 123,933)-37.8%
98.
Fishers, IN (housing) (pop. 83,891)-37.8%
99.
North Miami, FL (housing) (pop. 61,007)-37.7%
100.
Arlington Heights, IL (housing) (pop. 75,994)-37.7%
101.
Visalia, CA (housing) (pop. 127,763)-37.4%
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