North Dakota Crime


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North Dakota State has a relatively low crime rate compared to other states in the US. According to recent statistics, the state's violent crime rate is 17.6, which is significantly lower than the national average of 22.7. This means that residents of North Dakota are less likely to experience violent crimes such as murder, assault, and robbery. However, the property crime rate in North Dakota is slightly higher than the national average, with a rate of 33.3 compared to 35.4 nationwide. This includes crimes such as burglary, theft, and motor vehicle theft. Overall, while North Dakota may have a lower crime rate than many other states, it is important to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to protect oneself and one's property.

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

North Dakota violent crime is 17.6. (The US average is 22.7)
North Dakota property crime is 33.3. (The US average is 35.4)

 Violent Crimes  - Murder  Rape  Robbery  Assault
 Property Crimes  - Burglary  Larceny  Auto Theft
Fessenden, ND Crime History
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Year Violent Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Auto

   Crime in Nearby Cities
City Violent
per 100k
per 100k
Pop. Miles Data
Fessenden, ND0.0226.2449172019
Harvey, ND0.0475.31,583172019
Carrington, ND50.5454.52,001382019
Steele, ND564.2423.1725472019
Rugby, ND37.61,127.42,538582019
Bismarck, ND305.22,782.956,391632019
   Crime in Similar Size Cities
City Violent
per 100k
per 100k
Pop. Miles Data
Minneapolis, MN925.74,517.0382,6183652019
St. Paul, MN564.73,612.4276,9893722019
Omaha, NE612.83,643.9417,9704742019
Lincoln, NE383.02,750.7271,2084922019
Aurora, CO735.42,918.0368,0185922019
Madison, WI359.82,474.1237,5085952019

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

   Crime by Location

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I have lived in Bismarck for most of my life and I really do enjoy it. It does have its pitfalls being it does have very extremes when it comes to weather. Much of the  More

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Two thirds of the peope in Washington state are 24/7/365 indoor and outdoor wood burners. People have no hobbies, interests, commom sense, intelligence or compassion for  More

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Over 14 years ago

Out in the middle part of North Dakota roads are poorly maintained. I have seen numerous people miss up their alignment, hurt the bottom of their car, etc. due to  More

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