Crime in Newark, NJ, United States

Crime rates in Newark, NJ, United States

Level of crime
84.81 Very High
Crime increasing in the past 5 years
67.91 High
Worries home broken and things stolen
68.50 High
Worries being mugged or robbed
81.00 Very High
Worries car stolen
74.46 High
Worries things from car stolen
75.05 High
Worries attacked
75.65 High
Worries being insulted
71.25 High
Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion
51.92 Moderate
Problem people using or dealing drugs
86.25 Very High
Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft
80.41 Very High
Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery
80.41 Very High
Problem corruption and bribery
61.25 High

Safety in Newark, NJ, United States

Safety walking alone during daylight
43.50 Moderate
Safety walking alone during night
19.10 Very Low

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Last update: February 2024

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 5 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.

  
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dfjnlsdfkjsdjkf on Apr 25, 2022:
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