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Washington DC and The Holy Land>St. Louis, the worst violent city in the nation.
teedubya 10:15 PM 11-18-2007
Make the world a better place, nuke St Louis.

http://www.morganquitno.com/safecity.htm

After years of waiting, Brick, New Jersey at last has claimed the title as America’s Safest City. The announcement was made in the new edition of City Crime Rankings, an annual reference book of crime statistics and rankings slated for publication this week. The results of the 13th annual Safest City Award were released today by Morgan Quitno Press, a Lawrence, Kansas-based publishing and research company. At the opposite end of the crime scale, St. Louis, Missouri was named the nation’s Most Dangerous City, a title it last held in 2002.

“Brick Township always has fared well in our Safest City rankings. For the last six years of our study, it has ranked as one of the top five safest cities in the U.S., “said Scott Morgan, President of Morgan Quitno Press. “It’s safety record is impressive, with no murders or rapes reported. Brick also boasts the lowest overall violent crime and robbery rates among cities across the nation.”

The Morgan Quitno Safest City Award is based on a city’s rate for six basic crime categories: murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary and motor vehicle theft. All cities of 75,000+ populations that reported crime data to the FBI for the six crime categories were included in the rankings. In this year’s survey, 371 cities were considered for the award. Final 2005 statistics, released by the FBI on September 18, 2006, were used to determine the rankings.

Joining Brick at the top of the Safest City rankings are Amherst NY, Mission Viejo CA; Newton MA and Troy MI.

At the opposite end of the Morgan Quitno crime scale, St. Louis, Missouri not only came out ahead of Detroit in the World Series, it also beat out Detroit to rank as the nation’s most dangerous city. St. Louis reported the highest violent crime and property crime rates among cities of 75,000 or more population.

“St. Louis last ranked as the Most Dangerous City in 2002,” said Morgan. “While the city clearly struggles with crime, there is some good news: St. Louis’ property crime rate has fallen 14 percent since 2001.”

Trailing St. Louis on the more dangerous end of the crime rankings (in ascending order) are Detroit MI, Flint MI, Compton CA and Camden NJ.

In addition to ranking the safety of cities, Morgan Quitno Press also examined crime in metropolitan areas. For the first time, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin tops the rankings as America’s Safest Metropolitan Area. The Detroit-Livonia-Dearborn, MI metropolitan division ranked as the most dangerous for the third consecutive year.

The findings of the 13th annual Safest City and Metropolitan Area Awards are featured in City Crime Rankings 13th Edition, an annual reference book from Morgan Quitno Press. The newly updated edition of this volume will be available November 9th. The Safest City and Metropolitan Area rankings are one of six Morgan Quitno Awards announced annually by the company. These other annual announcements designate the nation’s Most Livable State (a state quality of life survey); the Healthiest State (a survey of state health care); the Safest and Most Dangerous States (a state crime survey); the Smartest State (a state education survey) and the Most Improved State (a survey of state trends.)

Additional information regarding the methodology and results of the thirteenth annual Safest City and Metropolitan Area Awards through the links at the top of this page. A full report featuring information for all 371 cities is available online for $4.99.
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Baby Lee 11:16 AM 04-07-2021
Not who I voted for yesterday, and neither choice were who I voted for in the primary, and no one in the primary was all that appealing a choice, . . . but such is life.

Probably just spend the next few being a little more vigilant about my travel routes than I used to be.
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Rasputin 11:18 AM 04-07-2021
Originally Posted by Thig Lyfe:
I bet Brick has a Hot Fuzz type thing going on.


Eat a bag of fish dicks from LJS
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Deberg_1990 11:30 AM 04-07-2021
I doubt Jones has to worry about her children getting hit by stray bullets


Jones in a recent debate questioned if another white mayor could adequately lead the city, noting that a “white person doesn’t have to worry about their children getting hit by a stray bullet when he’s outside.”
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htismaqe 11:34 AM 04-07-2021
Originally Posted by Deberg_1990:
I doubt Jones has to worry about her children getting hit by stray bullets


Jones in a recent debate questioned if another white mayor could adequately lead the city, noting that a “white person doesn’t have to worry about their children getting hit by a stray bullet when he’s outside.”
Given that her info is a matter of public record, you can view a street level picture of where she lives.

I highly doubt her kids have to worry about stray bullets, just sayin.
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|Zach| 07:31 PM 04-07-2021
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Not who I voted for yesterday, and neither choice were who I voted for in the primary, and no one in the primary was all that appealing a choice, . . . but such is life.

Probably just spend the next few being a little more vigilant about my travel routes than I used to be.
Don't be a bitch.
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Coach 07:48 PM 04-07-2021
It's not just St. Louis, Kansas City is also seeing it's numbers going up too as well.
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IowaHawkeyeChief 07:55 PM 04-07-2021
Thx Michael Brown...
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ping2000 08:59 PM 04-07-2021
Shithole city, like most cities these days.

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Pasta Little Brother 10:17 PM 04-07-2021
Originally Posted by ping2000:
Shithole city, like most cities these days.

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I mean so is KC, Chicago,,,etc. Is what it is.
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PunkinDrublic 11:04 PM 04-07-2021
KC has gotten bad but it’s not neck and neck with New Orleans every year for most violent crime in the country like St. Louis. People in inner city St. Louis should do favela tours like they do in Rio.
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|Zach| 11:08 PM 04-07-2021
Is this the part of thread where people who rarely come to Kansas City and certainly don't live in the city talk about how shitty the city is?

Like...please enlighten us all as you sit in Grain Valley. Have you made your yearly trip to Grinders or Knuckleheads to get your city takes?
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ping2000 11:46 PM 04-07-2021
Originally Posted by Pasta Little Brother:
I mean so is KC, Chicago,,,etc. Is what it is.
Like I said, most cities these days. Shitholes.

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Pasta Little Brother 07:38 AM 04-08-2021
Originally Posted by |Zach|:
Is this the part of thread where people who rarely come to Kansas City and certainly don't live in the city talk about how shitty the city is?

Like...please enlighten us all as you sit in Grain Valley. Have you made your yearly trip to Grinders or Knuckleheads to get your city takes?
:-) You are right it's a palace. It's a fucking dump, dude
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LOCOChief 07:53 AM 04-08-2021
Originally Posted by |Zach|:
Is this the part of thread where people who rarely come to Kansas City and certainly don't live in the city talk about how shitty the city is?

Like...please enlighten us all as you sit in Grain Valley. Have you made your yearly trip to Grinders or Knuckleheads to get your city takes?
Born and raised in KC, so was the wife. LS, BS and Grain Valley before moving to SW Florida 20 years ago. Still have family and friends there.
You can’t even go to the plaza with the family now without a good chance of running into some thug bs. KC is a shithole for the most part.
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cosmo20002 07:59 AM 04-08-2021
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Not who I voted for yesterday, and neither choice were who I voted for in the primary, and no one in the primary was all that appealing a choice, . . . but such is life.

Probably just spend the next few being a little more vigilant about my travel routes than I used to be.
Not going to help.
You're going to be constantly punched no matter where you go.
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