Doral Florida Crimes Statistics, Arrest Records and Population Information
Doral is one of the 34 municipalities in the Florida Dade county. Located just a km from the Miami International Airport, Doral has several shops, financial institutions, and offices. The city has a Mayor-Council-Manager form of government. The Council passes important ordinances and policies. It is the City Manager's responsibility to oversee the enforcement of these policies and ordinances. In a survey conducted to find 100 cities with the optimum mix of business advantage and business appeal, Doral was ranked 51st.
Doral Florida City overview:
Homeownership rate in Doral is around 50 percent, which is significantly lower than the national average. The median property value in the city is more than the national average. Most families owning properties in the city have property value in the range of $300,000-$400,000. The median income of households in the city is more than the national average.
Wholesale trade, transportation & warehousing, and professional scientific tech services are major industries in the city. Some other popular industries in the city are accommodation & food service, retail trade, and manufacturing.
In comparison to several other U.S. cities, Doral has a high number of people working in sales, business & financial operations, and management. People employed in management, architecture & engineering, and computer-based industries hold the highest paying jobs by median earnings in the city. Utilities, and finance & insurance are the highest paying industries in the city.
The average commute time for the city is 25.3 minutes, which is slightly lower than the national average. On an average, every family in Doral owns two cars. A significant percentage of the city’s working population drives alone to work. Doral has a transit system that connects different parts of the city. Though the city has a bus system, it is not reliable and does not cover the entire city. In 2008, Doral got a trolley system. The system connects important points such as the Metrorail within the city to each other.
For every 477 females graduate students in the city there are 218 male students. Carlos Albizu University, ITT Technical Institute, and Florida College of Natural Health are some popular universities in the city. Counseling psychology, general business administration & management, and general psychology are the most popular majors. A substantial percentage of the city's student population prefers graduating from not for profit, four years or higher institutions.
The local population primarily comprises of Hispanics, whites, and Asians. Apart from English, the other major languages spoken in the region are Spanish, Portuguese, and French. In comparison to several other U.S. cities, Doral has a higher number of native Portuguese speakers.
Doral Florida Crime statistics:
Doral has a crime index of 17, meaning it is safer than 17 percent of U.S. cities. The city's total crime rate is around 31 per 1,000 residents. On an average, 1.38 violent crimes are reported per 1,000 people in the city, which is lower than Florida's average of 4.3. A person's chances of becoming a victim of a violent crime in Doral is 1 in 724, which is significantly lesser than Florida's average of 1 in 232.
On an average, 29.58 property crimes are reported per 1,000 residents in the city which is lesser than Florida's average of 26.87. A person's chances of becoming a victim of a property crime in the city are 1 in 34, which is lower than Florida's average of 1 in 37. Violent crimes primarily include murder, rape, robbery, and assault. The different types of property crimes committed in the city are burglary, theft, and motor vehicle theft.