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Total crime 193%
Violent crime 19%
Property crime 230%
Date & Last Updated: This data reflects the 2018 calendar year and was released from the FBI in September, 2019; this is the most current data available.
StatisticReportedincidents/100k peopleLone Tree/100k peopleColorado/100k peopleNational/100k people
Total crime1,053n/a (estimate)7,5583,0692,580
Murder0n/a0.03.75.0
Rape4n/a28.771.542.6
Robbery11n/a78.966.786.2
Assault28n/a201.0255.4246.8
Violent crime43n/a (estimate)309397381
Burglary57n/a409.1375.2376.0
Theft922n/a6,617.41,915.91,594.6
Vehicle theft31n/a222.5380.5228.9
Property crime1,010n/a (estimate)7,2492,6722,200

Key findings

  • Lone Tree crime rates are 193% higher than the national average
  • Violent crimes in Lone Tree are 19% lower than the national average
  • In Lone Tree you have a 1 in 14 chance of becoming a victim of crime
  • Lone Tree is safer than 16% of the cities in the United States
  • Year over year crime in Lone Tree has increased by 3%

Lone Tree crime map

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The Lone Tree crime map provides a detailed overview of all crimes in Lone Tree 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 Lone Tree crime heat map offers insight into the total crimes on a block group level.

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      Daily Crime In Lone Tree (per 100,000 people)

      The graph above illustrates the number of daily crimes in Lone Tree, CO per 100,000 people. In Lone Tree, the total number of daily crimes is 2.46 times more than the Colorado average and 2.93 times more than the national average. The number of daily violent crimes in Lone Tree is 1.29 times less than the Colorado average and 1.23 times less than the national average. With regards to property crimes, Lone Tree has a daily crime rate that is 2.71 times more than the Colorado average and 3.30 times more than the national average.

      How Safe is Lone Tree (higher is better)

      Are people any safer living in Lone Tree in comparison to other Colorado communities and all other areas throughout the United States? When we look at all cities across America, is Lone Tree safe? The evidence provided by these graphs show Lone Tree being safer than 17% of cities in Colorado and 16% of cities across the United States. This is evident by tracking Colorado cities as well as all US cities over a one year period to contrast crime statistics as they relate to Lone Tree. In conclusion, Lone Tree ranks below average compared to the rest of the United States.

      Chance of Being A Victim of Crime in Lone Tree

      The chance of being a victim of violent crime in Lone Tree is 1 in 325
      The chance of being a victim of property crime in Lone Tree is 1 in 14
      The chance of being a victim of crime in Lone Tree is 1 in 14
      Interested in knowing the odds that you will be a crime victim in Lone Tree? In Lone Tree, you have a 1 in 325 chance of falling victim to a violent crime, such as rape, robbery, assault, or even murder. In terms of property crime, your chances of being a victim are 1 in 14. These crimes include theft, vehicle theft, and burglary. Your overall chance of being a victim of crime in Lone Tree, CO is 1 in 14.

      Year Over Year Crime In Lone Tree (per 100,000 people)

      The year over year change in crime per 100,000 people helps to understand whether crime in Lone Tree, CO is on the rise or declining. The violent crime rate in Lone Tree has increased by 27%, while the property crime rate in Lone Tree has increased by 2% year over year. Summing up the numbers, Lone Tree has increased by 3% with regards to total crimes year over year.

      Lone Tree police department

      ItemLone TreeColoradoNational
      Law enforcement employees (officers & civilians)529,049558,732
      Police officers & civilians /1000 residents4.59.63.3
      There are a total of 52 Lone Tree police officers. This results in 4.5 police officers per 1,000 residents which is 52.6% less than the Colorado average and 39.2% greater than the National average.

      Sex offenders in Colorado

      StateTotal offendersColorado /100KNational /100K
      Colorado11,204251266
      There are a total of 11,204 sex offenders in Colorado. This yields a total of 251 sex offenders in Colorado per 100,000 residents which is 6% less than the national average.

      Nearby Cities With Low Crime Rates

      City, StatePopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
      Columbine Valley, CO1,1900408408
      Inverness, CO1,18956375431
      Cherry Hills Village, CO6,4140697697
      Holly Hills, CO2,684100675775
      Castle Pines Village, CO4,518103694797
      Bow Mar, CO1,0470916916
      Ponderosa Park, CO3,226119802921
      Lone Tree, CO12,8083097,2497,558

      Cities with similar population

      City, StatePopulationViolent crime/100k peopleProperty crime/100k peopleTotal crime/100k people
      Lakeside, VA12,8062432,0242,266
      Sugarland Run, VA12,8051511,2571,408
      Prairie Ridge, WA12,8143633,4253,788
      Athens, TX12,7964332,2512,684
      Port Neches, TX12,7944351,3821,817
      Lone Tree, CO12,8083097,2497,558
      Source: The Lone Tree, CO crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2018. 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.