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Crime Rates in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

A general overview of all reported crimes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is displayed below. The data has been arranged to make it easier to distinguish between violent crimes and property crimes.

Crime rates in Davie, FL:

Total
3,975
Violent Crime
336
Murder & Manslaughter
1
Forcible Rape
22
Robbery
128
Aggravated Assault
185
Property Crime
3,639
Burglary
578
Larceny & Theft
2,663
Motor Vehicle Theft
398
Arson
10
Davie, FL

Crime rates in Fort Lauderdale, FL:

Total
11,235
Violent Crime
1,523
Murder & Manslaughter
25
Forcible Rape
56
Robbery
736
Aggravated Assault
706
Property Crime
9,712
Burglary
2,266
Larceny & Theft
6,581
Motor Vehicle Theft
865
Arson
48
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Crime rates in Hollywood, FL:

Total
7,540
Violent Crime
827
Murder & Manslaughter
13
Forcible Rape
62
Robbery
433
Aggravated Assault
319
Property Crime
6,713
Burglary
1,429
Larceny & Theft
4,303
Motor Vehicle Theft
981
Arson
5
Hollywood, FL

Crime rates in Lauderhill, FL:

Total
3,451
Violent Crime
683
Murder & Manslaughter
5
Forcible Rape
23
Robbery
222
Aggravated Assault
433
Property Crime
2,768
Burglary
793
Larceny & Theft
1,664
Motor Vehicle Theft
311
Arson
14
Lauderhill, FL

Crime rates in Plantation, FL:

Total
4,445
Violent Crime
306
Murder & Manslaughter
4
Forcible Rape
8
Robbery
149
Aggravated Assault
145
Property Crime
4,139
Burglary
750
Larceny & Theft
3,098
Motor Vehicle Theft
291
Arson
5
Plantation, FL

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Florida, Sunshine State, Everglade State, FL; a state in southeastern United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War

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