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Panama City Beach Florida Crimes Rate, Arrest and Population Information

With a population of just 12,776 people, Panama City Beach is a small coastal city in Bay County, Florida. More renowned as Panama City, the sugar-white, pristine sandy beach of this city boasts itself as "The World's Most Beautiful Beaches."

Panama City Beach Florida City Overview

Panama City Beach is the 182nd largest community in Florida with a population of 12,776 people and eight constituent neighborhoods. In recent years, Panama City Beach has seen a significant amount of budding housing growth. Due to the influx of people from other areas who are either attracted by jobs, a stable local economy or even verdant pastures and scenic beauty, there has been a steady increase in housing projects in this coastal city.

With fully 89.23 percent of the workforce employed in white-collar jobs which are well above the national average, there are no points in guessing that Panama City Beach is a white-collar city. The inhabitants of this city are mostly employed as sales and office workers, service providers and professionals. Sales jobs make up 20.03 percent of the population, followed by office and administrative support which make up 13.33 percent of the population.

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Panama City Beach is an extremely popular tourist destination so the population of the city varies according to the seasons with the influx of many beach-loving tourists during the vacation season. After the vacation season is over, the population witnesses a steady decrease due to the exodus of the tourists. The local economy is tourism-centric; it depends a lot on the seasons with some businesses operating only during the peak season. During off seasons, Panama Beach City is a quieter place to live in with the less hustle and bustle.

In Panama City Beach, people use buses to commute to their workplaces on a daily basis.

In Panama Beach City, 21.84 percent of the adults hold a bachelor's or graduate degree and  30.15 percent of adults hold a college degree making this city a better-educated place than the typical community in the nation.


The per capita income in Panama City Beach in 2010 was $32,181, which is upper middle income relative to Florida and the nation. The per capita income of this city equates to an annual income of $128,724 for a family of four. The median household income of Panama beach city is $53,251.00 which is a tad lesser than the national average.

Panama City Beach is rich in its ethnicity where the greatest number of inhabitants are Whites, followed by Black or African-American. Other significant ancestries of residents in Panama City Beach include Irish, English, Italian, and French.

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Panama City Beach Florida Crime Rate

With an exceedingly high crime rate of 97 per one thousand residents, Panama City Beach has one of the highest crime rates in America where an individual’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime is one in 10. More than 99 percent of the communities have a lower crime rate than Panama City Beach within Florida itself.

Violent crimes in this city include rape, murder, and non-negligent manslaughter, armed robbery, and aggravated assault. NeighborhoodScout conducted an analysis of FBI reported crime data and found out that one’s chance of becoming a victim of one of these crimes is one in 108.

Panama City Beach Florida crime rate (property crimes) also fare high in this city. Property crimes that take place in this city include burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. As a resident of Panama City Beach, your chance of becoming a victim of a property crime is one in 11, which is a rate of 87 per one thousand population. The high Panama City Beach Florida crime rate makes it into one of the most dangerous cities in Florida and the number of crimes in the city for the year 2019 are higher than they were in 2016.

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