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New York 2005 Violent Crime Rate

2005 Violent Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2005 Violent Crime Rate
1.New York673
2.Buffalo1,390
3.Rochester928
4.Yonkers491
5.Syracuse1,096
6.Albany1,351
7.CheektowagaN/A
8.New Rochelle356
9.Mt. Vernon922
10.Tonawanda257
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Cities with Lowest 2005 Violent Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2005 Violent Crime Rate
1.Rye33
2.Johnstown58
3.Tuckahoe Village80
4.Ogdensburg113
5.Norwich123
6.Saratoga Springs123
7.Glens Falls141
8.Rome142
9.North Tonawanda146
10.Olean167
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Cities with Highest 2005 Violent Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2005 Violent Crime Rate
1.Newburgh1,511
2.Buffalo1,390
3.Albany1,351
4.Niagara Falls1,274
5.Poughkeepsie1,221
6.Syracuse1,096
7.Schenectady995
8.Rochester928
9.Mt. Vernon922
10.Jamestown693
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Cities with Lowest 2005 Violent Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2005 Violent Crime Rate
1.Northville Village0
2.Rye33
3.Johnstown58
4.Tuckahoe Village80
5.Sherrill96
6.Ogdensburg113
7.Norwich123
8.Saratoga Springs123
9.Glens Falls141
10.Rome142
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Cities with Highest 2005 Violent Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2005 Violent Crime Rate
1.Newburgh1,511
2.Buffalo1,390
3.Albany1,351
4.Niagara Falls1,274
5.Poughkeepsie1,221
6.Syracuse1,096
7.Schenectady995
8.Rochester928
9.Mt. Vernon922
10.Mechanicville796
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