Longmont, CO Arrest Records

Longmont, CO is among the safest cities in the USA with 3.13 per 1,000 residents crime rate compared to national 4.69 average. It is the 63rd safest city in Colorado among the 114 cities.
Longmont, CO property crime has lower rate than the national average of 28.42, with 24.66 average property crimes recorded in 2016 of which 1,860 larceny theft related arrests.

Longmont Crime Rate

5 Crimes In Longmont, CO in 2016 with the Most Arrests

Crime Arrests
Larceny-theft 1,860
Burglary 272
Motor vehicle theft 168
Aggravated assault 156
Legacy rape 104

Other Cities in Colorado with the Most Arrests

Among the 114 cities in state the most dangerous is Denver with 4,597 violent crimes that’s 29.6% of total of 15,533. Lakeside has the highest number of records per 1,000 people that is above the state average of 38 and higher than national average of 33.

City Arrests
Black Hawk 1,642.86
Cripple Creek 83.70
Pueblo 77.82
Walsenburg 75.58
Lone Tree 73.57

Safest Cities in Colorado

Are you planning a move to Colorado? Here are the safest cities in Colorado with the lowest arrest rates. Your chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Longmont is 1 out of 235 up by 0.08% compared to previous year. The lowest rate of violent crime is in Windsor and the safest city to encounter a property crime is in Eaton.

City Arrests
Eaton 1.59
Dacono 2.03
Limon 3.13
Rangely 4.21
Ault 4.26

How Longmont stands up against other cities

Longmont vs. Greeley

You’ll be in more safety in Longmont compared to Greeley that had 31.41% higher crime rate compared to Longmont according to the FBI.
Robbery rates of 0.3431 per 1,000 people is lower than national of 1.3602 per 1,000 people and lower than average 0.4976 in Greeley city.
Motor Vehicle Theft rates of 1.8013 per 1,000 people is lower than national of 2.8637 per 1,000 people and lower than average 3.1417 in Greeley.

Longmont vs. Boulder

You’ll be in more safety in Longmont compared to Boulder that had 16.43% higher crime rate compared to Longmont according to the FBI.
Murder rates of 0.0000 per 1,000 people is lower than national of 0.0614 per 1,000 people and the same as average 0.0000 in Boulder city.
Arson rates of 0.4396 per 1,000 people is higher than national of 0.1465 per 1,000 people and higher than average 0.1740 in Boulder.

Names with the most arrests in Longmont

Crime rate by age group, gender, and race

According to the matching records on PoliceArrests.com 37.28% are people aged between 21-30.