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Access the latest crime rates in New York City

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New York City Crime Rate and Statistics

Get the latest crime rates in New York City (including aggravated assault, the NYC murder rate, burglaries and other property crimes) as reported by the FBI from the online mapping tool - PolicyMap. Create New York City crime maps; compare New York City crime statistics and rates to stats in other areas and see how the New York City crime rate changed between 2011 and 2012. PolicyMap's NYC crime map includes surrounding areas including Newark, Yonkers and Long Island.

NYC Murder Rate & Crime Map

According to FBI data on murder rates, 419 people were murdered in New York City in 2012 giving NYC a murder rate of 5.05 murders per 100,000 people. In nearby Jersey City, the murder rate was 4.37 in 2012; while in Newark it was significantly higher at 34.42 murders per 100,000 people. For more New York City crime stats and to see a New York City crime map, check out PolicyMap, an innovative online mapping tool designed to give you "all the data you need, all in one place, all online."

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