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Crime Grade’s crime map shows the safest places in Indiana in green. The most dangerous areas in Indiana are in red, with moderately safe areas in yellow. Crime rates on the map are weighted by the type and severity of the crime.
Is Indiana Safe?
The B- grade means the rate of crime is slightly lower than the average US state. Indiana is in the 58th percentile for safety, meaning 42% of states are safer and 58% of states are more dangerous. This analysis applies to Indiana’s proper boundaries only. See the table on nearby places below for nearby states.
The rate of crime in Indiana is 35.51 per 1,000 residents during a standard year. People who live in Indiana generally consider the south part of the state to be the safest.