If you’ve read the Crime and Courts section of the Press-Citizen in Iowa City, you’re already aware of the fact that this Midwestern state also has a number of dangerous areas.
According to South West Journal, Are the locals idle because of the level land? Is it a result of a lack of jobs? minimum pay? Yes to all of them, and there are even more.
Because of the flat land, are the locals idle? Does this result from a lack of employment? bare minimum pay? Yes to each and there are even more factors.
In terms of violent and property crime, we discovered that Iowa has some interesting statistics when compared to the national average. The state ranks first for arson cases but last for serious assault and murder. Surprisingly, the city in the state with the highest rate of assaults and killings had fewer than 26,000 residents.
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Nevertheless, not all of Iowa is dangerous. Undoubtedly, the state’s protector angel is keeping an eye on its safest cities. However, it’s also true that Iowa contains a number of dangerous cities, some of which can be very dangerous.
According to Population.com, Not all of Iowa, though, is dangerous. Undoubtedly, the state’s most secure cities are under the protection of an angel. Contrarily, it’s also true that Iowa has a number of dangerous cities, and these locations can be highly dangerous.
Let us know some most dangerous areas in Iowa.
1. Council Bluffs:
With 62,144 residents, Council Bluffs is the most deadly city in Iowa. The city has experienced an increase in violent and property crimes despite its historical significance and cultural diversity.
Ottumwa, which has a population of 24,293, has the state’s highest rate of violent crimes, with 946 incidents per 100,000 residents. The city ranks third in this category with 3,906 incidences per 100k residents, indicating that property crime is likewise a serious problem.
With 101,806 residents, Davenport is a city of contrasts. It has a high crime rate despite its lovely position along the Mississippi River and lively cultural activities. The city reported 3,925 property crimes and 736 violent offenses per 100,000 residents.
4. Fort Dodge:
With a population of 23,755, Fort Dodge, known for its lengthy history of gypsum mining, has a high crime rate. In the city, there were 3,481 property crimes and 757 violent crimes per 100,000 residents. Additionally, it has the state’s highest murder rate.
5. Des Moines:
With a population of 215,290, Des Moines, the state’s capital and largest city, has a high crime rate. The city recorded 3,901 property crimes and 704 violent crimes per 100,000 residents.