D.C. Ranks 22 in FBI’s Most Dangerous Cities List

Washington, D.C. was ranked 22 among the top 25 most dangerous cities in the U.S., according to 2010 data released by the FBI, an improvement since 2009 when it ranked 16.

In first place was St. Louis, Mo., while Camden, N.J. was second and Detroit, Mich. was third.

D.C.’s ranking demonstrates a significant improvement since 2009, and reaches a slightly better figure than in 2008, when it was placed at 21.

Top 25 Most Dangerous Cities

  1. St. Louis, Mo.
  2. Camden, N.J.
  3. Detroit, Mich.
  4. Flint, Mich.
  5. Oakland, Calif.
  6. Richmond, Calif.
  7. Cleveland, Ohio
  8. Compton, Calif.
  9. Gary, Ind.
  10. Birmingham, Ala.
  11. Baltimore, Md.
  12. Memphis, Tenn.
  13. New Orleans, La.
  14. Jackson, Miss.
  15. Little Rock, Ariz.
  16. Baton Rouge, La.
  17. Buffalo, N.Y.
  18. New Haven, Conn.
  19. Hartford, Conn.
  20. Dayton, Ohio
  21. Kansas City, Mo.
  22. Washington, D.C.
  23. Newark, N.J.
  24. Cincinnati, Ohio
  25. Atlanta, Ga.

Click here to view a PDF of the complete 2010 rankings, or click here to view 2009’s rankings.

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