No surprise here: Phoenix isn't exactly one of the safest cities in Arizona.
Read on to find the 10 safest cities in Arizona, where you might die of boredom but probably not as a result of a violent crime:
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Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 1.29
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 18.80
Does it bother anyone else that Maricopa is in Pinal County, not Maricopa County?
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: .83
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 16.19
Again, misnomer: Pima is in Graham County, not Pima County.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: .95
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 15.80
The only town on this list that's actually close to Phoenix.
7.) Oro Valley
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: .50
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 16.24
For those who don't know, it's a suburb of Tucson.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 1.22
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 15.25
Meanwhile, near Yuma . . .
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: .42
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 14.53
Home of the Titan Missile Museum.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 2.75
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 11.93
Actually was not named after a snowflake. Its founders were Erastus Snow and William Jordan Flake, the latter an ancestor of Senator Jeff Flake.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 3.01
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 9.03
Arizona's northernmost town.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 1.46
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 9.96
Ah, Clifton, Arizona -- a town known for, um, you know, all that stuff that goes on in Clifton.
Violent Crimes Per 1,000: 1.12
Property Crimes Per 1,000: 8.68
Low crime is probably a side effect of being a prison town.
(Note: "Safest cities" methodology created by Safewise.com, which used statistics from the FBI Crime Report.)
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