Bradenton Florida: Crimes Statistics, Arrest and Population Information
Situated in the American state of Florida, Bradenton has a population of around 55,687. This medium-sized city is Florida’s 59th largest community. The coastal city has 53 constituent neighborhoods.
Bradenton Florida City overview
Contrary to the cities in the United States where the economy is predominated by either blue-collar or white-collar jobs, its workforce happens to be a mix of blue-collar, as well as white-collar occupations.
The city is basically a mix of office & sales workers, professionals, and service providers. In fact, one will come across many such people residing in this city who are employed in professions such as office & admin support (15.41 percent), food service (8.83 percent) and sales jobs (11.27 percent).
Several people staying here take leverage of the public transportation facilities to go around. However, looking at the city size, a large number of its residents use the bus for traveling to their offices daily.
Bradenton’s residents enjoy an educational level, which happens to be slightly above the average of the same for the all the towns and cities of the United States of America and is at 21.64 percent. As far as the city’s adult population above the age of 25 years is concerned, about 21.41 percent have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Most of the people in Bradenton communicate in English. However, two other major languages used here are French Creole and Spanish.
Bradenton Florida Crime statistics:
Bradenton has a crime index of 13, which signifies that it is safer than 13 percent of the other cities in the United States of America. In fact, the city’s crime rate is noticeably higher as compared to the national mean of all the American communities ranging from smallest to largest. However, with a rate of thirty-seven crimes per 1,000 inhabitants, Bradenton does not appear among all those communities in the country that have the highest rate of crime.
The risk of succumbing to a property or a violent crime in this city is one in 27. When the FBI crime data was closely studied, it was observed that the city could not be considered as one of America's safest communities. With respect to Florida, it has a higher crime rate than 75 percent of the towns and cities of varying sizes.
According to another analysis done by Bradenton crime statistics, there has been an overall downward trend observed in the crime rate based on the data of the last 18 years. According to the trend, there has been a decline in violent crime, as well as in property crime cases.
If the trend continues, the rate of crime in the city for the current year can be less as compared to that of 2016. In Bradenton, the violent crime rate in 2016 was more than the average rate of national crime by 48.79 percent while the rate of property crime in the city was also more than the national average by 25.9 percent.
The rate of violent crime in Bradenton was more than that of Florida by 37.29 percent while the rate of property crime in the city was also higher than that of Florida’s crime rate by 14.84 percent in 2016.
When NeighborhoodScout analyzed the crime data reported by FBI, it discovered an individual’s likelihood of succumbing to one of the violent crimes in the city is 1 in 170.
The same analysis also found that the property crime rate of Bradenton is thirty-one per 1,000 residents. The figure makes the city a place with an above average possibility of succumbing to property crime as compared to other American communities of varying population sizes. A person's probability of succumbing to any kind of property crime is 1 in 32.
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