In the event that crime data for this area is not available from the FBI, estimates are used. The estimates are based on demographic data including, but not limited to: home prices, income per capita and population density.
The Latta crime map provides a detailed overview of all crimes in Latta 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 Latta crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a block group level.
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The overall crime rate in Latta is 209% higher than the national average.
For every 100,000 people, there are 23.35 daily crimes that occur in Latta.
Latta is safer than 1% of the cities in the United States.
In Latta you have a 1 in 12 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
The number of total year over year crimes in Latta has decreased by 13%.
The chance of being a victim of violent crime in Latta is 1 in 52
The chance of being a victim of property crime in Latta is 1 in 16
The chance of being a victim of crime in Latta is 1 in 12
Year Over Year Crime In Latta (per 100,000 people)
Latta police department
Law enforcement employees (officers & civilians)
Police officers & civilians /1000 residents
There are a total of 9 Latta police officers. This results in 6.5 police officers per 1,000 residents which is 28.9% greater than the South Carolina average and 100.9% greater than the National average.
Sex offenders in South Carolina
South Carolina /100K
There are a total of 12,678 sex offenders in South Carolina. This yields a total of 314 sex offenders in South Carolina per 100,000 residents which is 41% greater than the national average.
Source: The Latta, SC crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2017. 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.