Alabama Crime


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The crime rate in Alabama State is significantly higher than the national average for both violent and property crimes. Violent crime in Alabama State has been recorded as 28.6, which is over 22.7, the US average. Property crime in Alabama State is 43, which is much higher than the national average of 35.4. This indicates that Alabama has an alarming rate of criminal activity compared to other states across America, highlighting the need for increased security measures and law enforcement efforts to ensure a safe environment for citizens and visitors alike.

Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low crime) to 100 (high crime)

Alabama violent crime is 28.6. (The US average is 22.7)
Alabama property crime is 43.0. (The US average is 35.4)

 Violent Crimes  - Murder  Rape  Robbery  Assault
 Property Crimes  - Burglary  Larceny  Auto Theft
Jemison, AL Crime History
*Closest City
Year Violent Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Auto

   Crime in Nearby Cities
City Violent
per 100k
per 100k
Pop. Miles Data
Jemison, AL992.73,054.62,61152016
Calera, AL1,848.82,992.914,33462018
Thorsby, AL291.1776.32,14892018
Montevallo, AL309.12,267.06,64192017
Columbiana, AL1,355.92,394.13,329132018
Alabaster, AL274.61,728.333,040132018
   Crime in Similar Size Cities
City Violent
per 100k
per 100k
Pop. Miles Data
Atlanta, GA768.84,654.4430,0661412018
Nashville, TN1,073.14,041.1564,1692162019
Memphis, TN1,901.46,128.4669,2642352019
Jacksonville, FL647.43,309.5790,9723512019
Louisville, KY686.93,891.5677,7103592019
Louisville, KY1,346.410,044.0257,7393592003

   Visualize the relationship between violent and property crime in similar size cities.

   Crime by Location

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As someone who has lived in Alabama for 19 years, the best thing i can say about the state is that it could be worse. First of all, if you're not a straight white  More

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My husband and I have lived in Memphis for the last 14 years. Believe me, anyplace is better to live than Memphis. These poor folks are stuck in a Civil Rights bubble  More

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Can anyone tell me about the services available to senior citizens in Foley. example: if I move there now, I am 67. If I stay and eventually stop driving are there  More

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