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Colorado 2002 Property Crime Rate

2002 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Denver4,995
2.Colorado Springs5,233
3.Aurora5,602
4.Lakewood5,633
5.Ft. Collins3,970
6.Thornton5,860
7.WestminsterN/A
8.Arvada3,713
9.Pueblo5,066
10.Boulder3,541
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Cities with Lowest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Windsor569
2.Berthoud1,499
3.Louisville1,895
4.Erie1,896
5.Milliken2,049
6.Johnstown2,245
7.Woodland Park2,256
8.Castle Rock2,331
9.Parker2,662
10.Estes Park2,733
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Cities with Highest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Edgewater11,288
2.Glenwood Springs9,377
3.Federal Heights8,773
4.Commerce City7,089
5.Durango6,993
6.Greenwood Village6,789
7.Lone Tree6,561
8.Englewood6,534
9.Evans6,260
10.Greeley6,154
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Cities with Lowest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Silt329
2.Windsor569
3.Columbine Valley843
4.Limon968
5.Holyoke971
6.Wray1,266
7.Center1,277
8.Palmer Lake1,402
9.Berthoud1,499
10.Bayfield1,664
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Cities with Highest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Vail14,848
2.Dillon14,643
3.Glendale12,636
4.Edgewater11,288
5.Telluride9,841
6.Glenwood Springs9,377
7.Federal Heights8,773
8.Pagosa Springs8,758
9.Commerce City7,089
10.Durango6,993
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