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SafeWise lists Loveland as #22 of Ohio’s safest cities

Loveland, Ohio – SafeWise reports that Loveland is the #22 on their “Ohio’s Safest Cities of 2020” list.

Hamilton Township, just on the border with Loveland is ranked #12. Mason is ranked # 19.

The City of Montgomery is listed # 30 and nearby Goshen Township is #35.

Miami Township is ranked # 45.

SafeWise uses FBI crime statistics and US Census population data to rank the safest cities in each state and across the country. Their report states, “The safest cities rankings are intended to highlight cities with low crime rates and ignite conversation and action around how to make all cities and communities safer.”

1 Broadview Heights

Population19,236
Median Income $85,339

2 Sagamore Hills

3 Olmsted Township

Population13,425
Median Income$64,740

4 Poland Township

Population11,888
Median Income$66,793

5 Rocky River

Population20,253
Median Income$69,989

6 North Ridgeville

Population34,025
Median Income$69,848

7 Clearcreek Township

Population15,765
Median Income$93,769

8 Brunswick Hills Township

Population10,418
Median Income$78,608
9 Montville Township
Population11,831
Median Income$103,264

10 Seven Hills

Population11,662
Median Income$77,384

11 Hudson

Population22,242
Median Income$128,324

12 Hamilton Township, Warren County

Population23,330
Median Income$84,882

13 Springboro

Population18,789
Median Income$104,063

14 North Royalton

Population30,324
Median Income$69,236

15 Brecksville

Population13,652
Median Income$101,060

16 Mayfield Heights

Population18,648
Median Income$48,936

17 Brunswick

Population34,954
Median Income$68,087

18 New Albany

Population11,192
Median Income$187,200

19 Mason

Population33,583
Median Income$93,872

20 Berea

Population18,838
Median Income$57,416
2020 Ranking City Population Violent Crime (per 1,000) Property Crime (per 1,000)
21 Twinsburg 18,983 0.6 5.7
22 Loveland 12,876 0.4 7.9
23 New Franklin 14,157 0.3 8.5
24 Powell 13,455 0.4 8.1
25 Hilliard 37,184 0.9 6.5
26 Solon 22,948 0.4 9.2
27 Dublin 48,570 0.6 8.5
28 Dover 12,752 0.9 7.6
29 Clayton 13,209 0.4 10.2
30 Montgomery 10,807 0.6 9
31 Aurora 16,047 0.6 9.2
32 Upper Arlington 35,572 0.3 11
33 American Township 12,094 0.2 11.9
34 Madison Township, Franklin County 19,241 1 7.7
35 Goshen Township, Clermont County 16,177 0.7 9.5

 

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Other SafeWise findings

 

Ohio has higher levels of concern about safety than most of the United States—despite lower crime rates. The state’s safest cities of 2020 exemplify why many residents of the Buckeye State should feel safer than they do.

With 56% reporting high concern about their safety on a daily basis, Ohio comes in 10 points above the national average of 46% compared to other states in our State of Safety Survey 2020. Ohio respondents also reported higher personal experiences with crime, which could explain why concern is so high.

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