How Dangerous Is Phoenix?

Residents of Phoenix have a 1 in 23.7 chance of being the victim of a crime.

For reference, the most dangerous place in the country has about a 1 in 5 chance of being the victim of a crime.

Phoenix ranks as the 12th highest city for property crime per capita which contributes to its high chance of crime.

Is Phoenix safe for tourists?

On the whole, Phoenix is a relatively safe city for visiting tourists, except for one thing. Phoenix is in the top ten annually in the U.S. for auto thefts. So, if you are in the central area of Phoenix, lock your car and do not leave valuables visible in the car.

What is the most dangerous city in Arizona?

Globe: This former mining town used to be safe, but nefarious activity has been on the rise since 2017. Moving up from its #2 spot last year, Globe is now the most dangerous city in Arizona. You have a 2% chance of being the victim of a violent offense; 7.5% for property crime.

What is the crime rate in Phoenix?

42 per one thousand residents

What is the most dangerous part of Phoenix?

The most dangerous areas in Phoenix is based on data from the local law enforcement agency and when not available, also includes estimates based on demographic data.

  • Camelback East.
  • Laveen.
  • Deer Valley.
  • Paradise Valley.
  • Ahwatukee Foothills.
  • North Gateway.
  • New Village. Population 5,653.
  • Desert View. Population 50,657.

What are the bad parts of Phoenix?

The most dangerous areas in Phoenix is based on data from the local law enforcement agency and when not available, also includes estimates based on demographic data.

  1. Central City. Population 55,934.
  2. Alahambra. Population 134,116.
  3. Encanto. Population 54,597.
  4. South Mountain.
  5. North Mountain.
  6. Maryvale.
  7. Estrella.
  8. Camelback East.

Is downtown Phoenix safe?

Downtown Phoenix is commonly thought of as a “dangerous” place to live, with burglaries, sexual assaults and robberies crowding the streets downtown according to the City of Phoenix’s community crime map.

Who is the richest man in Arizona?

These are the richest people in Arizona, according to Forbes 400

  • Ernest Garcia II: $5.7 billion.
  • Arturo Moreno: $3.3 billion.
  • Mark Shoen: $3.3 billion.
  • Bennett Dorrance: $2.8 billion.
  • Bob Parsons: $2.7 billion.
  • Edward “Joe” Schoen: $2.7 billion.
  • Ernest Garcia III: $2.3 billion.

Where are the cheapest homes in Arizona?

The composite index calculated for each of seven participating Arizona cities, starting with the lowest:

  1. – Bullhead City: 91.7.
  2. – Tucson: 93.3.
  3. – Phoenix: 93.6.
  4. – Prescott-Prescott Valley: 96.2.
  5. – Sierra Vista: 96.4.
  6. – Lake Havasu City: 101.6.
  7. – Yuma: 101.6.
  8. – Flagstaff: 118.4.

What is a good salary in Arizona?

Arizona Average

Salary Range (Percentile)
25thAverage
Annual Salary$47,464$63,968
Monthly Salary$3,955$5,331
Weekly Salary$913$1,230

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