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Total crime 237%
Violent crime 353%
Property crime 214%
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Date & Last Updated: This data reflects the 2020 calendar year and was released from the FBI in September, 2021; this is the most current data available.
StatisticReportedincidents/100k peopleCollege Park/100k peopleGeorgia/100k peopleNational/100k people
Total crime1,201n/a (estimate)7,8992,4082,346
Murder10n/a65.88.86.5
Rape9n/a59.231.938.4
Robbery72n/a473.665.573.9
Assault176n/a1,157.6293.8279.7
Violent crime267n/a (estimate)1,756400388
Burglary95n/a624.8290.7314.2
Theft626n/a4,117.31,478.51,398.0
Vehicle theft213n/a1,400.9238.2246.0
Property crime934n/a (estimate)6,1432,0071,958

Key findings

  • College Park crime rates are 237% higher than the national average
  • Violent crimes in College Park are 353% higher than the national average
  • In College Park you have a 1 in 13 chance of becoming a victim of crime
  • College Park is safer than 0% of the cities in the United States
  • Year over year crime in College Park has decreased by 1%

College Park crime map

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The College Park crime map provides a detailed overview of all crimes in College Park as reported by the local law enforcement agency. Based on the color coded legend above, the crime map outlines the areas with lower crime compared to the areas with higher crime. The College Park crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a block group level.

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      Daily Crime In College Park (per 100,000 people)

      The above illustration depicts the number of crimes committed daily in College Park, per 100,000 residents. In College Park, the total number of daily crimes is 3.28 times more than the Georgia average and 3.37 times more than the national average. Violent daily crime statistics in College Park are 4.39 times more than the Georgia average and 4.53 times more than the national average. For property crime, College Park has a daily crime rate that is 3.06 times more than the Georgia average and 3.14 times more than the daily national average.

      How Safe is College Park (higher is better)

      When comparing the safety of College Park to every other city in Georgia, as well as the entirety of the United States, is College Park safe? The gauges above illustrate that College Park is safer than 0% of every city located within Georgia along with 0% of the all the cities located in the United States. The results of these graphs are created after analyzing each of the cities in Georgia and in the United States as a whole. As a result, College Park, GA is ranked below average when compared to the rest of the US cities.

      Chance of Being A Victim of Crime in College Park

      The chance of being a victim of violent crime in College Park is 1 in 57
      The chance of being a victim of property crime in College Park is 1 in 17
      The chance of being a victim of crime in College Park is 1 in 13
      Are you worried about becoming a crime victim? In College Park, your chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime is 1 in 57. Types of violent crimes may include assault, robbery, rape, or murder. You also have a 1 in 17 chance of being the victim of a property crime such as vehicle theft, personal property theft, and burglary. Your overall risk of becoming a crime victim in College Park is 1 in 13.

      Year Over Year Crime In College Park (per 100,000 people)

      Determining whether College Park is becoming less or more safe for its residents (per 100,000) is most easily done by comparing year-over-year crime rates. College Park violent crime rates have increased by 52%. At the same time, property crime has decreased by 10% year over year. Total crimes for College Park has decreased by 1% in the same time frame.

      College Park police department

      ItemCollege ParkGeorgiaNational
      Law enforcement employees (officers & civilians)12211,364558,732
      Police officers & civilians /1000 residents8.44.03.3
      There are a total of 122 College Park police officers. This results in 8.4 police officers per 1,000 residents which is 112.5% greater than the Georgia average and 158.5% greater than the National average.

      Sex offenders in Georgia

      StateTotal offendersGeorgia /100KNational /100K
      Georgia23,117275266
      There are a total of 23,117 sex offenders in Georgia. This yields a total of 275 sex offenders in Georgia per 100,000 residents which is 3% greater than the national average.

      Nearby Cities With Low Crime Rates

      CityPopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
      Tyrone, GA7,12153554607
      Fairburn, GA13,860221645865
      Druid Hills, GA13,444152765917
      North Druid Hills, GA18,331163819982
      North Decatur, GA16,652163819982
      Palmetto, GA5,0872041,3291,534
      Bonanza, GA3,3612631,3201,584
      College Park, GA14,4341,7566,1437,899

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      CityPopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
      Miami Springs, FL14,4306612,6213,282
      Kerman, CA14,4241681,7831,951
      Royal Kunia, HI14,4242342,2162,450
      Glens Falls, NY14,42270739809
      Crowley, TX14,4532782,4662,744
      College Park, GA14,4341,7566,1437,899
      Source: The College Park, GA crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2020. 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.