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Naperville Illinois Overview, Crime and Arrest Statistics


Naperville is a city in the Counties of DuPage and Will, Illinois, in the United States of America. It lies in the west of Chicago and ranks as the wealthiest city in the Midwest. Founded in 1831, Naperville is also rated one of the safest places to live in America by USA Today in 2006 and ranked the third best place to live in, by Money Magazine. Naperville is a quintessential suburban city.

Naperville Illinois Population demographics

The estimated population in Naperville, Illinois is 147,682 people according to the US census estimates. The annual growth rate of the population increased from 142,369 total population in 2010 to 147,682 in 2017. The population density was 1473.65 people per square kilometer. The average median age of the population in Naperville is 38.7years. The median age for males is 38.1years and 39.5years for a female.

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Naperville Illinois Crime and Arrest Statistics

The crime rate in Naperville, Illinois, is 12 per one thousand residents. The possibilities of becoming a victim of crime here are one in 87. The crime rate has decreased by 67% from 2007 to 2012. The crimes that people are most likely to get convicted for in Naperville are Larceny-Theft, Property Crimes or Violent crimes.

Here are the crime statistics in detail, from Naperville, Illinois:

1. Aggravated Assault
The attempt to injure another person with clear intention and no value for human life has decreased in Naperville by 54% from 76 in 2007 to 35 in 2016. Chances of becoming a victim to this crime are 0.029%.

 2. Burglary
It is an unlawful act where one steals from another with an intent to gain monetary rewards. The crime rate in Naperville has decreased by 76% from 250 in 2007 to 60 in 2016. The chances of becoming a victim of this crime are 0.095%.


3. Larceny-theft
The act of unlawfully possessing an asset that belongs to another person is larceny-theft. In Naperville, Illinois the crime rate has decreased by 68% from 2,009 to 652 in 2007 and 2016 respectively. The chances of becoming a victim to this crime are 0.946%.

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4. Property crimes
It is an unlawful act of obtaining money, property or an asset through force, aggression or threats. The crime rate of Property crime in Naperville has decreased by 69% since 2007 from 2,332 to 732 in 2016. The possibilities of becoming a victim of this crime are 1.072%.


5. Motor Vehicle Theft
The crime rate has decreased in Naperville by 73% from 73 in 2007 to 20 in 2016. The chances of becoming a victim of this crime are 0.03%.

6. Sex Offenders
There are 28 registered sex offenders were living in Naperville, according to the research done by city-data as of December 25, 2018. The ratio of the number of residents to the number of sex offenders in this city is 5288 to 1.

7. Arson

The rate of this crime in Naperville, Illinois decreased by 40% from 10 in 2007 to 6 in 2016. The chances of becoming a victim to this crime are 0.003%

The number of reported crimes in Naperville, Illinois is shown for comparison purposes, and each offense is displayed based on the number of crimes per 100,000 people. The statistics show that the overall crime rate in Naperville, Illinois is 49% lower than the Illinois average and 54% lower than the national average. Regarding the rate of violent crime in Naperville, your chances of becoming a victim to crimes such as armed robbery, aggravated assault, rape or murder are one in 1599. Offenses concerning property in Naperville is 42% lower than the state's average and 51% lower than the Nation's average rate.


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