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Oregon State has experienced a significant decrease in both violent and property crime over the past few years. According to recent statistics, the violent crime rate for Oregon is 17.7 per 100,000 persons, which is 5 points lower than the national average of 22.7. Similarly, the property crime rate in Oregon is 43.4 per 100,000 people, a full 8 points lower than the national average of 35.4. This reduction in overall crime makes Oregon one of the safer states in which to live and work when compared to other areas of the United States.

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

Oregon violent crime is 17.7. (The US average is 22.7)
Oregon property crime is 43.4. (The US average is 35.4)

 Violent Crimes  - Murder  Rape  Robbery  Assault
 Property Crimes  - Burglary  Larceny  Auto Theft
Redmond, OR 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
Redmond, OR225.03,526.829,870352019
Bend, OR153.11,907.834,678362019
Sweet Home, OR164.75,127.79,035412018
Madras, OR298.83,557.25,213412019
Prineville, OR362.62,128.110,053512019
Lebanon, OR167.62,149.815,665522019
   Crime in Similar Size Cities
City Violent
per 100k
per 100k
Pop. Miles Data
Portland, OR544.65,203.3609,136882019
Seattle, WA585.44,495.6700,3132252019
Sacramento, CA627.13,182.1499,9974022019
San Francisco, CA669.65,505.6881,2554642019
San Jose, CA438.42,419.6875,8404892019
Fresno, CA555.33,344.6403,9665362018

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

   Crime by Location

Reviews for Oregon
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Over 2 years ago

Honestly it's not as bad as people say. I moved out of state, but that's only because Oregon was the only place I knew. I don't regret moving but Oregon as a whole is a  More

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I have lived here for most of my life, throughout the north and southern cities. If I were rating Oregon from ten years ago, it would be 5 stars for the beauty and  More

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Please make sure you have a job lined up. I'm meeting a lot of people who are having to move back to other states or are really struggling because most places don't pay  More

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