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Dayton Crime Rate Report (Texas)

Dayton crime statistics report an overall downward trend in crime based on data from 12 years with violent crime increasing and property crime decreasing. Based on this trend, the crime rate in Dayton for 2020 is expected to be lower than in 2016.

The city violent crime rate for Dayton in 2016 was higher than the national violent crime rate average by 5.51% and the city property crime rate in Dayton was higher than the national property crime rate average by 28.21%.

In 2016 the city violent crime rate in Dayton was lower than the violent crime rate in Texas by 3.56% and the city property crime rate in Dayton was higher than the property crime rate in Texas by 13.86%.

Property and Violent Crime
Dayton Property Crime vs. State and National Per Capita
Dayton Violent Crime vs. State and National Per Capita

Dayton Crime Statistics
Summary Report

2016 Crime (Actual Data)*Incidents
Aggravated Assault22
Arson0
Burglary32
Larceny and Theft178
Motor Vehicle Theft30
Murder and Manslaughter1
Rape6
Robbery3
Crime Rate (Total Incidents)255
Property Crime240
Violent Crime32
2020 Crime (Projected Data)*Incidents
Aggravated Assault18
Arson0
Burglary24
Larceny and Theft154
Motor Vehicle Theft33
Murder and Manslaughter1
Rape4
Robbery5
Crime Rate (Total Incidents)224
Property Crime209
Violent Crime27

Property and Violent Crime Totals

Dayton Property Crime

Dayton Violent Crime

Actual versus Projected Crime Totals

Dayton Crime 2016

Dayton Crime 2020

City versus State versus National Crime Comparison

Dayton Property Crime vs. State and National Comparison

Dayton Violent Crime vs. State and National Comparison
* The source of actual data on this Dayton, Texas crime rate report is the FBI Report of Offenses Known to Law Enforcement for the corresponding year or years. Arson numbers are reported inconsistently. Zero values may indicate the data was not available. The projected crime rate data displayed above was generated from the trends and crime data available from previous years of actual reported data. In this case, the Dayton crime report data for 2020 was projected from 12 years of actual data. The last year of actual available crime data, as reported above, was 2016.

The FBI cautions the data users against comparing yearly statistical data solely on the basis of their population coverage. The comparisons made herein are thus, only meaningful upon further examination of all variables that affect crime in each reported city, state or other reported jurisdicition.



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