|Level of crime||53.18||Moderate|
|Crime increasing in the past 3 years||58.77||Moderate|
|Worries home broken and things stolen||40.82||Moderate|
|Worries being mugged or robbed||48.79||Moderate|
|Worries car stolen||39.59||Low|
|Worries things from car stolen||48.41||Moderate|
|Worries being insulted||54.24||Moderate|
|Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion||39.02||Low|
|Problem people using or dealing drugs||59.81||Moderate|
|Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft||56.78||Moderate|
|Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery||52.60||Moderate|
|Problem corruption and bribery||53.71||Moderate|
|Safety walking alone during daylight||70.93||High|
|Safety walking alone during night||48.19||Moderate|
Last update: June 2023
These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.
If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.
|Crime in Jersey City, New Jersey||4.58 miles|
|Crime in East Rutherford, New Jersey||10.01 miles|
|Crime in Rutherford, New Jersey||10.22 miles|
|Crime in Newark, New Jersey||11.63 miles|
|Crime in Paterson, New Jersey||17.95 miles|
|Crime in Bergen County, New Jersey||20.13 miles|
|Crime in Hempstead, New York||22.26 miles|
|Crime in West Caldwell, New Jersey||23.56 miles|
|Crime in Woodbridge, New Jersey||25.26 miles|
|Crime in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey||30.18 miles|
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Why don't I hate it? Convenient transportation. Various restaurants and shops, of which you won't easily get tired.
Why don't I like it? Some areas are a mess. Too many snobs and dishonest people.
Thanks to dishonest people, we had two unhappy and frustrating experiences in NYC, which the following paragraphs depict.
My mom brought me an ice cream cone from a van on some street near the Charging Bull. What we wanted was a big one, but what we received was a small one, and the seller asked us to pay the price of a big one. We didn't notice sth was wrong until we'd already walked away. Wanting to check the prices, we went back at once, only to find that the seller had completely disappeared, along with the van. We're pretty sure they'd never left before on that day.
In order to fly back to Shanghai, we went to JFK Airport. While we were waiting to rent a luggage cart, a man just ahead of us, who was a fellow Shanghainese, had some problems paying his rent. After about 10 minutes, he seemed to give up but still didn't leave. We were eager to check in so we didn't wait anymore and walked forward. We paid our rent and took the luggage cart before walking away. On our way to the check-in, the man walked in the same way behind us while pushing a luggage cart, which made us both surprised and confused. When we were waiting to check in, he stood ahead of us in the line (probably cuz he was more familiar with the whole procedure). My mom checked our bank account on her cell phone, only to see the rent of two luggage carts had been deducted, which meant that he took the other one. He saw us and talked to us, like he'd done nothing wrong. Then he gave us only a few coins, which definitely didn't cover the rent of a single luggage cart.