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Most dangerous cities in the United States 2014

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The most dangerous cities in the United States' list has been released and still puts Detroit, Michigan at number one on the list, according to a Huffington Post report on Friday. The data that is compiled by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report was analyzed by Law Street. Law Street analyzes data regarding all cities that have 200,000 residents or more.

Most Dangerous States in the United States

Best United States Cities to Live in 2014

The data analyzed includes the number of murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assaults committed in the first half of 2013 and compared that data to the cities’ figures in 2012.

Involved with Detroit’s statistics, that put them at the number one position on the list once again, is the data which shows rapes increased by 47 percent and robberies increased by 8 percent in the city. However, Detroit’s overall violent crime declined in the first six months of 2013 as aggravated assaults and murders were both down. Violent crime in the nation’s most violent city declined 5 percent.

The Most Dangerous Cities in the United States

  1. Detroit, Michigan
  2. Oakland, California
  3. St. Louis, Missouri
  4. Memphis, Tennessee
  5. Stockton, California
  6. Birmingham, Alabama
  7. Baltimore, Maryland
  8. Cleveland, Ohio
  9. Atlanta, Georgia
  10. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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