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Port Charlotte Florida: Crime Statistics, Arrest and Population Information

Port Charlotte is a census-designated place and an unincorporated community of Charlotte country, Florida. Paleo-Indian were the first people to call this land as their home. Port Charlotte was included in the Forbes list under the title “25 places to retire in 2015”. This place is a beautiful coastal area, and a stay here will surely be a joyous time.  

Port Charlotte Florida City overview

As the Port Charlotte is an unincorporated area, it is governed by the government of Charlotte country. The city is run by a 5–person country commission.

It is located centrally between the Sarasota and Fort Myers thus provides countless water activities. The Charlotte country economic development office (EDO) is a department set up for Port Charlotte to expand the economy of this place. The organization aims at increasing the investment of several industries in this area to provide employment facilities to the people of Port Charlotte. The EDO aims at using the human resources of the Charlotte country in the best possible way; they try creating high skill jobs and that too with good wages. The maximum numbers of people of Port Charlotte are engaged in the construction sector. The average income of the people here is estimated to be $23,201 a year.

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Port Charlotte Florida Population

According to the census conducted in the year 2010, the total population of this Port Charlotte is 54,392. Port Charlotte is the 684th largest city of the United States. Near about 88% of the population residing here speaks English language and 6% speaks Spanish. The overall cost of living of Port Charlotte is 8% lower than the Florida average and 9% lower than the national average. The cost of housing and other basic amenities of the Port Charlotte is lower than that of the national average, thus making it a comparatively cheaper city.


Port Charlotte Florida Crime statistics

The crime index value of Port Charlotte is 30 which mean it is safer than 30% cities of the United States. The crime rate of Port Charlotte is a bit higher than the national average across all the largest and the smallest communities. As the crime rate is 22 crimes per one thousand, Port Charlotte doesn’t have the highest crime rate. The chance of falling prey to any of the crime is it a violent crime or a property crime is 1 out of 45. Talking about Florida in particular, the crime rate of Port Charlotte is 50% higher than the average crime rate of the other towns and cities of the state.

If we look at the communities which have the same population as that of the Port Charlotte than the average crime rate of this place is comparatively lower. So Port Charlotte can be considered as a safe city as compared to the cities of the same size and population.

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The crime rate is studied under two different categories firstly violent crime, secondly the property crime. To know about the crime rate of any place these two categories need to be looked into carefully.

As per the studies the violent crime such as the murder, rape, assault and armed robbery, is higher in Port Charlotte than any other cities of all the population size. The chance of becoming a victim of violent crime is 1 in 316, which mean three persons per one thousand.

The rate of property crime in Port Charlotte is 19 per one thousand, which mean the chance of falling prey of a property crime is one in 53. As per this, Port Charlotte is a place in America where the chance of being a victim of a property crime is above average. The property crime includes arson, burglary, motorcycle theft, and larceny.

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