National Council of Home Safety and Security has just released their list of the 2019 Safest Cities in Connecticut. Madison was number 1 on the list. Madison had violent crimes which computed to a violent crime rate of . Madison had 86 property crimes which is a 4.744.
The top 10 Safest Cities in Connecticut according to alarm.org are:
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The National Council remarks about Connecticut, “As might be expected of a more affluent state, crime figures overall are considerably below national averages, though there are exceptions by locality.”
Among the 50 states, the National Council of Home Safety and Security reports Connecticut is the 6th safest state for property crime and has the lowest violent crime rates in the United States.
Read the Safest Cities report in its entirety here.
The methodology behind the report from the National Council of Home Safety and Security
To identify the safest cities in Connecticut, we reviewed the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report statistics. A total of 7,639 cities were factored into this ranking with populations ranging from 7,639 to 4,007,147. However, we eliminated any cities that failed to submit a complete crime report to the FBI and removed cities with populations under 10,000.
Overall, data from 8,793 law enforcement agencies that represented more 193 million of the US population helped us draw interesting insights between the size of the police force and incidence of crime.