Reported Annual Crime In Zion

StatisticReportedincidents/100k peopleZion/100k peopleIllinois/100k peopleNational/100k people
Total crime776n/a (estimate)3,2242,4852,837
StatisticReportedincidents/100k peopleZion/100k peopleIllinois/100k peopleNational/100k people
Murder2n/a8.38.25.3
Rape37n/a153.738.340.4
Robbery31n/a128.8139.3102.8
Assault99n/a411.4250.5248.5
Violent crime169n/a (estimate)702436386
Burglary127n/a527.7374.9468.9
Theft449n/a1,865.61,518.61,745.0
Vehicle theft31n/a128.8155.5236.9
Property crime607n/a (estimate)2,5222,0492,451
The table above illustrates an overview of the annual crime reported in Zion, IL. These figures on reported criminal activity in Zion, IL, based on a reported crime per 100,000 citizens, is shown in order to compare these rates across disparate categories. You will notice that the crimes collected here, for comparison purposes, have been separated between violent crimes and those involving or threatening property. According to the annual crime data, the crime rate in Zion, IL is 30% higher than the average of the whole of the state of Illinois, and when compared with the national average, is 14% higher than. When looking at violent crimes, Zion, IL has 61% higher than violent crime rate than Illinois average, while remaining 82% higher than the national average. In property crime, Zion, IL is 23% higher than the average of Illinois and is 3% higher than the national average.

Nearby Cities With Low Crime Rates

City, StatePopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
Third Lake, IL1,37061288349
Knollwood, IL1,51974349423
Wadsworth, IL3,71483390473
Green Oaks, IL3,84483390473
Lindenhurst, IL14,41221493514
Winthrop Harbor, IL6,74488544632
Lake Villa, IL8,860124542667
Zion, IL24,2927022,5223,224

Did you know?

  • The overall crime rate in Zion is 14% higher than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 8.83 daily crimes that occur in Zion.
  • Zion is safer than 14% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Zion you have a 1 in 32 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Zion has decreased by 11%.

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Daily Crime In Zion (per 100,000 people)

The bar chart above reveals the rate of daily criminal activity in Zion, IL for every 100,000 residents. To compare, daily crime statistics are also disclosed for Illinois as well as those across America as a whole. The Zion, IL total amount of daily offenses is 1.30 times more than the Illinois average and 1.14 times more than than that of the nation. As for violent crimes, the daily average in Zion, IL is 1.61 times more than the Illinois average, and it is 1.82 times more than the national mean. The statistics for property crimes show that Zion, IL has a daily crime figure that is 1.23 times more than the Illinois average and 1.03 times more than the daily national rate.

How Safe is Zion (higher is better)

How safe is Zion, IL compared to other cities in Illinois and the rest of the cities across the United States? The graphs above show that Zion, IL is safer than 6% of the cities in Illinois and 14% of the cities in the United States. These results are determined by analyzing all cities in Illinois and across the US as a whole and determining how many total cities have a lower crime rate than Zion, IL. Overall, Zion, IL is ranked below average compared to all other cities across the United States.

Chance of Being A Victim of Crime in Zion

The chance of being a victim of violent crime in Zion is 1 in 143
The chance of being a victim of property crime in Zion is 1 in 40
The chance of being a victim of crime in Zion is 1 in 32
Wondering what the chances are that you fall victim to a crime in Zion, IL? The illustrations above show how likely you are to become a victim of violent crime, property crime or any crime. In Zion, IL you have a 1 in 143 chance of becoming a victim of violent crime. Violent crimes include murder, rape, robbery and assault. With regards to property crime, you have a 1 in 40 chance of becoming a victim. Property crimes include burglary, theft and vehicle theft. Overall, you have a 1 in 32 chance of becoming a victim of crime in Zion, IL.

Year Over Year Crime In Zion (per 100,000 people)

An ideal indicator of whether Zion, IL is becoming a safer or more dangerous residential area or not is an analysis of the crime rate in the area from year to year. In the above illustration, the year to year crime rates are visualized per 100,000 people for property, violent, and total crime. Year to year rate of violent crime in Zion, IL has increased by 14% and the rate of property crime in Zion, IL has decreased by 16%. The total crime rate in Zion, IL has decreased by 11% year to year.

Zion police department

ItemZionIllinoisNational
Law enforcement employees (officers & civilians)5830,690556,527
Police officers & civilians /1000 residents2.42.63.3
There are a total of 58 Zion police officers. This results in 2.4 police officers per 1,000 residents which is 10.7% less than the Illinois average and 27.6% less than the National average.

Sex offenders in Illinois

StateTotal offendersIllinois /100KNational /100K
Illinois26,115212222
There are a total of 26,115 sex offenders in Illinois. This yields a total of 212 sex offenders in Illinois per 100,000 residents which is 5% less than the national average.

Cities with similar population

City, StatePopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
Woodburn, OR24,2822992,6112,910
Galt, CA24,2802962,2582,555
The Crossings, FL24,3133472,1702,518
South Salt Lake, UT24,3158157,8458,660
Holt, MI24,2674011,6682,068
Zion, IL24,2927022,5223,224
Source: The Zion, IL crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2016. The crime report encompasses more than 18,000 city and state law enforcement agencies reporting data on property and violent crimes. The uniform crime reports program represents approximately 309 million American residents, which results in 98% coverage of metropolitan statistical areas.