Grapevine Texas Crimes Statistics, Arrest Records and Population Information
Grapevine is a suburban town in the Dallas and Fort Worth of northeast Tarrant County. It is quite a moderately sized city in Texas. It has an approximate population of about 51,971 inhabitants. It is considered to be the 67th largest community that can be found in Texas, United States. It has ten constituent neighborhoods.
Grapevine Texas City overview
Grapevine is home to all different races. The ethnic make-up consists of White residents (65.7%), 11,453 Hispanic residents (22.7%), 2,847 Asian residents (5.63%), 1,529 Two+ residents (3.03%), and 1,224 Black residents (2.42%). Languages for communication that are the most popular other than English are Spanish (7,716 speakers), Portuguese (347 speakers), and Chinese (309 speakers). Grapevine also has people who like to speak in Laotian and Hungarian.
The inhabitants of Grapevine are very well-educated. Grapevine the city with a special knack for education has 47.10% of adults living here who have at least a bachelor's degree. In comparison to the average community in America, which has just 21.84% with a bachelor's degree or higher. It is I, interesting to note that, there are people living and working in Grapevine in fields related to computer or mathematics than that of 95% of cities in the US.
It is dominated by white-collar professionals. Most of the workforce about 87.19% hold white-collar jobs. The specialists in Grapevine work in industries such as Management of Companies & Enterprises; Transportation & Warehousing; and Mining, Quarrying, Oil, Gas Extraction.
The highest paying employees find employment in Mining, Quarrying, Oil, Gas Extraction ($77,500), Management of Companies & Enterprises ($75,849), and Professional, Scientific, Tech Services ($75,825). The median income per household has been estimated to be $81,57.
The median property value in Grapevine is $258,400, which is 1.26 times higher than the national average of $205,000, indicating the richness of the inhabitants. Interestingly, it was noted that between the years 2015 and 2016 the median property value increased from $242,900 to $258,400, a 6.38% increase. The Gini index noted income inequality as found in Grapevine is 0.55 which is higher than the national average.
Grapevine Texas Crime statistics
With a total number of crimes of 1,510, the city is noted to have a crime index of 19 percent, which makes it safer if compared to 19 percent of the cities in the United States. Out of the total crimes, 90 were violent crimes while the rest 1,420 were property-related crimes. Grapevine is thus considered to have a high crime rate. But with 29 crimes per thousand inhabitants, the rate does not make it be one of the highest across the US. A person stands the risk of falling prey to a property or a violent crime in this city is one in 34. A closer look at the city crime rates by the Federal Bureau of Investigations or FBI Relative to Texas, Grapevine has a crime rate that is higher than 77% of the state's cities and towns of all sizes.
The neighborhoodscout analysis shows that the rate of violent crime in the city is 2 per 1000 residents, a rate, which is at average to all American communities with all types of population sizes. The violent crimes that are taken into consideration for this estimate of crime rate are non-negligent manslaughter, murder, rape, aggravated assault, and armed robbery. The analysis also showed that the rate of property crime in the city is 27 per 1,000 residents. Property crimes include motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary.