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Los Angeles Crime Rate and Statistics

Get the latest crime rates in Los Angeles, CA (including aggravated assault, the LA murder rate, and property crimes such as burglary and motor vehicle theft) as reported by official FBI crime statistics from the online mapping tool – Create Los Angeles crime maps; compare Los Angeles crime statistics and rates to stats in other areas and see how the Los Angeles crime rate changed between 2011 and 2012. PolicyMap's LA crime map includes statistics for Los Angeles, Long Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana and other areas.

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According to the FBI, 600 people were murdered in Los Angeles County, California in 2012 making Los Angeles' murder rate 6.01 murders per 100,000 people. In 2011 this murder crime rate in Los Angeles was 5.72 per 100,000 people. Of those cities within LA County that fully reported crime to the FBI, a number have rates that are more than double this county average. Compton, for example, had a murder rate of 21.42 per 100,000 people. Inglewood's rate was 12.56.

Not all crime statistics can be used for crime mapping. The FBI is very clear about this. At PolicyMap, we've made every effort to go by the book. If you see LA crime stats from us, you can be sure they are accurate.

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