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Apache Junction Arizona: Crimes Statistics, Arrest and Population Information

Apache Junction, Arizona can be found 14 miles east of Gilbert, Arizona and 15 miles east of Mesa, Arizona. The city is found in the Phoenix-Mesa area. Apache Junction has its roots tangled in Native American culture, Spanish conquistadors as well as superstitions regarding the “Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine.” It was named after the junction of the Apache Trail. Apache Junction was incorporated in 1978.

There are plenty of attractions in Apache Junction, Arizona such as the Lost Dutchman State Park, the Lost Dutchman Museum, the Equestrian Park, the Apache Creek Golf Course and more. Seasoned as well as novice hikers will enjoy themselves at Apache Junction as there are plenty of hiking trails to choose from. Apache Junction also has about 51 RV parks.

Apache Junction is a wonderful place to live in. However, it too suffers from criminal activity just like other places in the world.

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Apache Junction Arizona Crime Statistics

There has been a decline in crime in the United States when you look at the overall picture. It is important to remember that trends on a national level do not paint an accurate picture of local criminal activity.

In 2015, 96 cases of violent crimes as well as 1282 cases of property crimes were reported in Apache Junction. In the state of Arizona, there were 28,012 cases of violent crimes and 207,107 cases of property crimes reported. From looking at the data and comparing it with other places in Arizona, Apache Junction is 32nd when it comes to violent crimes per 100,000 people.

 

The most common violent crime in Apache Junction was aggravated assault with 82 cases reported. Regarding property crime, larceny was the most popular with 836 cases reported.

Let us look at the data from 2006 and compare it to the data in 2015 to paint a picture of the crime rates in Apache Junction, Arizona.

The data from 2006 –

  • Murder – 0
  • Rape – 13
  • Aggravated Assault – 131
  • Robbery – 19
  • Burglary – 0
  • Vehicle Thefts – 225
  • Arson - 14

The data from 2015 –

  • Murder – 0
  • Rape – 3
  • Aggravated Assault – 82
  • Robbery – 11
  • Burglary – 352
  • Vehicle Thefts – 94
  • Arson – 7

The law enforcement of Apache Junction should be commended for their effort. All cases of the crime other than burglary have gone down dramatically from 2006 – 2015.

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Apache Junction Arizona Violent Crimes 

Rape takes the smallest slice of pie and sits at 3.1% (3). Next, we have a robbery which sits at 11.5% (11). Aggravated Assault sits at the top of all violent crimes in Apache Junction and accounts for 85.4% (82) of all violent crimes.

Apache Junction Arizona Property Crimes

Larceny takes the largest slice of pie and sits at 64.9% (836). Sitting in second place at 27.3% (352) we have the burglary. Motor vehicle theft make up 7.3% (94) of all property crimes while arson makes up a tiny 0.5% (7) of all of the property crimes in Apache Junction, Arizona.

Apache Junction has a population of 38,074 people who live in 15,933 households. The median income falls short of the national average and sits at $35,671. In case you didn’t know, the national average sits at $59,039 according to a report released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

If you take a look at the crime statistics and compare it with the crime statistics of the U.S., you’ll notice that it scores quite well. However, as already mentioned trends on a national level do not paint an accurate picture of local criminal activity. As always, a clear head and a little common sense go a long way in keeping yourself safe.

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