The 10 Most Dangerous States to be a Cop

Would you want to live somewhere where crime was high, car accidents were frequent and a too many of your kids' friends had actually been to jail? As a civilian, maybe you wouldn't, but as a cop, you must. And if you are one, you should know about these most dangerous states to be a cop. Just click on the link to read the main article from Insidermonkey!

The number of violent crimes dropped across the United States by 4.4% in 2013 compared to the year before, according to estimates released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In the last decade, the number of violent crimes declined by nearly 15%. Despite the national improvement in crime rates, as well as significant improvements in some of the most dangerous states, a number of states were much more dangerous than the rest of the nation. In fact, South Carolina and Delaware had among the largest decreases in violent crime and still had some of the highest violent crime rates last year.

Detroit maintains this ranking despite an overall violent crime decrease of 2.5 percent over the course of 2013, the latest year for which the FBI has released crime statistics. Oakland also maintained its #2 ranking for the second year in a row, followed by Memphis, which moved to #3 after its rank at #4 last year. Anyway, check the main article to know about all 10 most dangerous states of America for a cop. Moreover, you should remember that the crime rate is not the only factor that makes a state dangerous. To compare these cities with the 12 Most Dangerous Cities In America, check this article as well.

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