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California 2004 Property Crime Rate

2004 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Los Angeles3,240
2.San Diego3,546
3.San Jose2,454
4.San Francisco4,717
5.Long Beach3,017
6.Fresno5,772
7.Sacramento6,239
8.Oakland5,499
9.Santa Ana2,859
10.Anaheim3,049
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Laguna Woods611
2.Los Altos Hills720
3.Calipatria741
4.Hillsborough748
5.Palos Verdes Estates908
6.Sierra Madre976
7.Rancho Santa Margarita988
8.Corcoran989
9.Los Altos1,033
10.Moorpark1,034
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Emeryville14,386
2.Capitola9,955
3.Santa Fe Springs9,937
4.Eureka8,600
5.Desert Hot Springs8,476
6.Commerce8,397
7.Berkeley8,342
8.Oroville8,323
9.Palm Springs7,508
10.Corning7,367
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Rolling Hills461
2.Laguna Woods611
3.Los Altos Hills720
4.Calipatria741
5.Monte Sereno746
6.Hillsborough748
7.Palos Verdes Estates908
8.Sierra Madre976
9.Rancho Santa Margarita988
10.Corcoran989
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Colma21,870
2.Irwindale14,496
3.Emeryville14,386
4.Sonora11,227
5.Capitola9,955
6.Santa Fe Springs9,937
7.Eureka8,600
8.Desert Hot Springs8,476
9.Commerce8,397
10.Berkeley8,342
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