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East Chatham Crime Rate Indexes

East Chatham Crime Rate Indexes Graph

East Chatham data is not available. Columbia county data used instead.

2012 Crime Rate Indexes Columbia county, NY New York United States
Total Crime Risk 136.0 95.0 100
Murder Risk 118.0 101.0 100
Rape Risk 125.0 76.0 100
Robbery Risk 90.0 88.0 100
Assault Risk 146.0 102.0 100
Burglary Risk 117.0 63.0 100
Larceny Risk 88.0 75.0 100
Motor Vehicle Theft Risk 71.0 97.0 100

The data for Columbia county, NY may also contain data for the following areas: North Chatham, Copake, Taghkanic, Old Chatham, Stuyvesant, Hudson, Valatie, Stottville, Germantown, Elizaville, Red Rock, West Taghkanic, Ancramdale, Austerlitz, New Lebanon Center, Spencertown, Clermont, Copake Lake, Hollowville, Copake Falls, Canaan, Mellenville, Craryville, Hillsdale, Lebanon Springs, Stuyvesant Falls, Niverville, West Lebanon, New Lebanon, Blue Stores, North Hillsdale, Newton Hook, Livingston, Chatham, Linlithgo, Ancram, Claverack, Columbiaville, Philmont, Chatham Center, East Chatham, Kinderhook, Malden Bridge, Ghent

Crime Risk Index (100 = National Average): Index score for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average total crime risk, while 50 indicates half the national risk. We encourage you to consult with a knowledgeable local real estate agent or contact the local police department for any additional information.

Crime Indexes are based on numerous current and historical datasets as well as proprietary modeling algorithms which estimate values at more granular geographic levels when specific data is either unavailable or impractical to aggregate. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, these are estimates and should only be used as a guide. For detailed information regarding crime and safety in a community, please contact local law enforcement agencies.

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