Most Dangerous States In America For 2021


These are the states in the U.S. with the highest number of violent and property crimes per capita.

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Do you live in one of the most dangerous states in America?

We all watch the news with horror when we hear about a crime that happens not that far away from us. While a major crime just blocks or towns away from your house would make anyone uneasy, in the long run, most likely, where you live is relatively safe.

Instead of relying on public opinion and speculation, we wanted to get the facts straight and dug into the FBI crime data in order to identify the most dangerous states in the U.S. If you’re in one of the places we’re about to highlight, odds are you know things aren’t a place that you can let your guard down too often.

The purpose of this study is to use facts to determine which of our great American states have the highest instances of crime. While unbiased, this research does take into account factors that almost all Americans would agree are undesirable. Therefore, while you may have strong opinions either way, you can’t argue against the methodology. Turns out New Mexico is the most dangerous state in all of America. The safest? You might not be too surprised that New Hampshire takes the cake.

What’s the most dangerous state in America? According to the most recent FBI data, New Mexico is the most dangerous state in America if you look at violent and property crimes per capita.

Additionally, the south isn’t a place you want to go if you want to live a life without looking over your shoulder. At least not generally.

And if this has you down, feel free to check out the best states in the country. Or, if you’re into negative (and humorous), you can check out our report on the 10 Worst States to Live in America.

How do you decide if a place is dangerous or not?

In order to rank the dangerous American states, we had to determine what makes a place dangerous. It isn’t a stretch to assume that states where people are being killed and beaten up on a weekly basis are a pretty bad place to be.

So we used the FBI’s 2019 Crime Report for those criteria.

  • Violent Crimes Per Capita
  • Property Crimes Per Capita

We then ranked each state from 1 to 50 for the two criteria with a #1 ranking being the dangerous for the particular criteria.

Next, we averaged the two rankings into one “Danger Index”.

Finally, we ranked every state on the “Danger Index” with the lowest index being the most dangerous in America for 2021, New Mexico.

Here’s a visualization of the criteria:
Most Dangerous States In America

Note: We get the crime numbers from the FBI, which gets its crime numbers from the states themselves. This list is based on data. It’s also not a testament to the effectiveness of local law enforcement.

1. New Mexico

New-Mexico|Nm, NM

Source: Public domain

Population: 2,096,829
Rank Last Year: 2 (Up 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 832 (2nd worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 3,112 (2nd worst)
Believe it or not, but little New Mexico, one of the least densely populated places in the country, has the second highest crime rate in the nation. Why? The number of violent crimes per person is the 2nd highest and the number of property crimes is also one of the highest you’ll find in America by a long shot.

New Mexico has moved back and forth between the number 1 spot and number 2 spot with Alaska each of the past six rankings now.

2. Alaska

Alaska|Ak, AK

Population: 731,545
Rank Last Year: 1 (Down 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 867 (1st worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,910 (4th worst)
Alaska fell a spot this year to just miss the top of the rankings for 2021.

So here’s the deal with Alaska. Yes, it’s the most violent place you can live in the nation. Sure, there are hardly any places in Alaska where people actually live, but in the large clusters of cities that do exist, the odds are higher here than anywhere else that a rape, assault or murder will occur.

That’s some scary stuff.

3. Louisiana

Louisiana|La, LA

Source: Public domain

Population: 4,648,794
Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 549 (5th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 3,161 (1st worst)
Starting the trend of southern states, we come to Louisiana, one of the poorest states in the union. Is there a correlation between poverty and crime?

Yes there is.

And in Louisiana, a large percentage of the population lives below their means.

4. Arkansas

Arkansas|Ar, AR

Population: 3,017,804
Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 584 (4th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,858 (5th worst)
Arkansas is another poor state in the south with a far-higher than average number of murders, rapes, assaults and robberies per capita.

If you live in the Natural State, don’t leave your car doors unlocked; there were more than 7,100 vehicles stolen in the state of Arkansas in 2019.

5. South Carolina

South-Carolina|Sc, SC

Source: Public domain

Population: 5,148,714
Rank Last Year: 6 (Up 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 511 (6th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,940 (3rd worst)
South Carolina is notoriously bad for property crimes, especially in places like Myrtle Beach, which is a major tourist draw.

Yes, we’re aware that many of the crimes committed in Myrtle Beach are from visitors, and related to the huge summer influx, but the fact remains: Lots and lots of property crimes happen within South Carolina’s borders every year.

Given all that, South Carolina is not a bit safer than last year.

6. Tennessee

Tennessee|Tn, TN

Population: 6,829,174
Rank Last Year: 5 (Down 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 595 (3rd worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,652 (11th worst)
It might be surprising to hear that Tennessee is the 3rd most violent place in the nation (in terms of violent crimes per capita), but with places like Memphis making national headlines for murders every year, you can understand why.

There were also 2,800 reported rapes in Tennessee in 2019, which is about 7.67 a day.

7. Alabama

Alabama|Al, AL

Population: 4,903,185
Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 510 (7th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,674 (10th worst)
Alabama saw 383 murders last year, which is more than one per day.

Additionally, you have about a 1 in 200 chance of being the victim of a violent crime every year in the Yellowhammer State.

8. Oklahoma

Oklahoma|Ok, OK

Population: 3,956,971
Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 431 (14th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,845 (6th worst)
After breaking into the top ten for the first time several years ago, Oklahoma finds itself in a familiar place.

Property crimes are the obvious culprit this year as they shot up relative to other states. Larceny and car thefts in particular were a problem.

9. Missouri

Missouri|Mo, MO

Source: Public domain

Population: 6,137,428
Rank Last Year: 10 (Up 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 494 (8th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,638 (12th worst)
Coming in as the ninth most dangerous state in America for 2021 is Missouri.

Violent crimes were an issue here in 2019 as murders stood out led by the murder capitol — St. Louis.

10. Arizona

Arizona|Az, AZ

Population: 7,278,717
Rank Last Year: 9 (Down 1)
Violent Crimes Per 100k: 455 (10th worst)
Property Crimes Per 100k: 2,440 (14th worst)
Moving down a bit to number 10 is Arizona. The only west coast state to make the list, Arizona is notoriously a pretty dangerous place, especially for robberies.

For example, there were over 19,000 cars stolen here in 2019, and more than 31,000 home robberies.

Better lock up the cactus.

There You Have It

When you’re looking at American states that have really high property and violent crime numbers according to FBI reporting, this is an accurate list.

Here’s a quick look at the 3 safest states for 2021:

  1. New Hampshire
  2. Maine
  3. New Jersey

For more reading check out:

  • Most Dangerous Cities
  • Safest Cities In America
  • Dangerous Places By State
  • Detailed List Of The Most Dangerous States In America For 2021

    State Rank Previous Rank Population Violent Crimes Per Capita Property Crimes Per Capita
    New Mexico 1 2 2,096,829 832 3,112
    Alaska 2 1 731,545 867 2,910
    Louisiana 3 3 4,648,794 549 3,161
    Arkansas 4 4 3,017,804 584 2,858
    South Carolina 5 6 5,148,714 511 2,940
    Tennessee 6 5 6,829,174 595 2,652
    Alabama 7 7 4,903,185 510 2,674
    Oklahoma 8 8 3,956,971 431 2,845
    Missouri 9 10 6,137,428 494 2,638
    Arizona 10 9 7,278,717 455 2,440
    Nevada 11 11 3,080,156 493 2,322
    California 12 15 39,512,223 441 2,331
    Texas 13 18 28,995,881 418 2,390
    Colorado 14 14 5,758,736 380 2,590
    Delaware 15 17 973,764 422 2,252
    Kansas 16 12 2,913,314 410 2,314
    Washington 17 13 7,614,893 293 2,681
    Hawaii 18 24 1,415,872 285 2,841
    North Carolina 19 21 10,488,084 371 2,357
    Georgia 20 22 10,617,423 340 2,375
    Montana 21 20 1,068,778 404 2,193
    Maryland 22 19 6,045,680 454 1,950
    Oregon 23 16 4,217,737 284 2,730
    Florida 24 23 21,477,737 378 2,145
    Michigan 25 27 9,986,857 437 1,585
    Illinois 26 26 12,671,821 406 1,846
    Mississippi 27 29 2,976,149 277 2,375
    South Dakota 28 28 884,659 399 1,770
    Indiana 29 25 6,732,219 370 1,971
    Nebraska 30 31 1,934,408 300 2,039
    Ohio 31 32 11,689,100 293 2,055
    North Dakota 32 33 762,062 284 1,977
    Utah 33 30 3,205,958 235 2,169
    Minnesota 34 37 5,639,632 236 2,078
    West Virginia 35 39 1,792,147 316 1,583
    New York 36 34 19,453,561 358 1,373
    Wisconsin 37 35 5,822,434 293 1,471
    Pennsylvania 38 36 12,801,989 306 1,403
    Iowa 39 38 3,155,070 266 1,733
    Kentucky 40 41 4,467,673 217 1,897
    Massachusetts 41 40 6,892,503 327 1,179
    Virginia 42 46 8,535,519 207 1,642
    Wyoming 43 42 578,759 217 1,571
    Rhode Island 44 43 1,059,361 221 1,534
    Idaho 45 45 1,787,065 223 1,219
    Connecticut 46 44 3,565,287 183 1,426
    Vermont 47 48 623,989 202 1,424
    New Jersey 48 47 8,882,190 206 1,335
    Maine 49 49 1,344,212 115 1,245
    New Hampshire 50 50 1,359,711 152 1,209

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    32 thoughts on “Most Dangerous States In America For 2021

    1. Not New Mexico
      Only Albuquerque and anything along I40 I10 n I25 all drug roots east west norht south.

      1. Hey, you can’t say that California is a bad place. The state has a big crime rate because the state has the 3rd biggest city in the USA and the state has almost 40 million people. so you can’t just say it’s bad.

    2. They have Louisiana and South Carolina both has being 6th in violent crime and 4th in property crime. Then they rank Louisiana 3rd and South Carolina as 4th. Can the rest of this be trusted to make as much sense? Also, this is a picture of how it was in our country 2 years ago. I’m certain that things are not the same today. But just think, while we were living in the most dangerous state in America two years ago, we were blissfully ignorant. And everyone reading this survived the danger, so we have proven that we are all badasses. Take a bow, my fellow New Mexicans.

      1. I’ve just read several articles regarding safe states and cities, they all vary. We live in what is considered one of safest places in NC. Huge condo complex, somewhat walkable area. Two huge break ins in 5 mins. from us in mini-mall. Our building is in back of complex and would seem safest. Not so fast, many people buy and then rent for profit. Some renters are wonderful. . .some are insane, troublemaking, abusive and worse yet DRUG DEALERS (who give out our safety key pad codes for their buyers. One family kicked out already as well as two other renters for drug dealing and other annoyances. Now fairly new owner spoke to us of new renters next door. Place wreaks of marijuana so badly it’s infesting her home and clothing. Strangers coming in and out all night, one rang her bell at 1AM (no she didn’t answer). SO they are all sitting around smoking weed. My guess is they are selling far more dangerous drugs. No place is safe anymore.

    3. Well, my home state, Virginia, is a very safe place to be. We learned at an early age to “treat other’s as we would like to be treated” It’s called the “Golden Rule” for those that have never heard such a thing.
      Now living in Michigan where the first thing I learned was to change the subject when someone asks, “are you looking at me”?

    4. New Mexico like many border states deals with the criminal elements that illegally cross over the border but don’t want to get too far in case they need a quick escape (and don’t get all worked up I’m pro-immigration). But facts are facts and illegal residents are arrested here for violent crimes all the time. New Mexico also suffers from decades of poor legislation and governing. Too many years of law making by the ‘good ol’ boys’ club as far back as the 40’s and to some current laws. We have very few laws with ‘teeth’ or that give the legal system here and real strength or authority however there are TONS of loopholes. There are also an abundance of people and groups that will protect the rights of criminals over those of their victims for one reason or another. Many people here LOVE to be political/ethically outraged for no other reason then just to outraged. Education here is less than stellar which doesn’t help matters, there are very few good programs for kids & teens to participate in, good paying jobs are few and hard to find and the list goes on with local and state program problems and management. I have lived here all my life and things have only gotten worse and unless there are some drastic changes it will only worse.

      1. Your’e actually thinking of the drug problem in the southwest which pretty much only pertains to native americans in those areas. Trust me, go to Watertown, SD (located within an indian reservation), go to the downtown to the bars and TELL me I BEG you to tell me that you enjoyed it and that you felt respected by any of the locals, who are constantly getting arrested for getting overly drunk and fighting each other. Also, dummy, the drugs that go THROUGH new mexico go to cities where people can either actually afford cocaine, or cook it into crack and distribute it to the local addicts. The people in New Mexico shoot home-made heroin. Do your research, take accountability, and, from now on, don’t speak until a responsible adult can make a reasonable summation of things for you because you obviously don’t have the mental capacity to understand that you are being brainwashed by fame-seeking liberal douchebags. Grow some nuts.

        1. Ok, but this article was about VIOLENT crime. And the statistics are from the FBI, as told to them by the state of New Mexico. So are you accusing New Mexico of lying about the number of violent crimes that happens within its borders to make itself look more violent than it actually is? I can’t really imagine why any state would do that…and if New Mexico didn’t do that, these numbers are valid and correct.

          And that’s a problem for your argument. Because even if it were true that all the drugs were being funneled to elsewhere…what about the dead bodies? Lol. The article is about violence, not drug abuse. There were over 800 violent crimes per capita in New Mexico. The “safe” states all have about 200. So your theory does nothing to account for why New Mexicans are suffering violent crime at 4 times the rate of the safe states.

    5. Figures don’t lie, but Liars figure. If you were to analyze How figures are obtained and What constitutes the basis of the statistics, you can come-up with Results that are at complete variance with what is being purported. How much crime goes Unreported in larger cities simply because the Victim says “Why bother”. And yet, this very same Tendency is used as a Reason to say that Crimes are rampant in big cities; but are simply Not Reported “Only 310 out of every 1,000 sexual assaults are reported to police. That means about 2 out of 3 go unreported”. In Rural and Small Towns; everybody knows everybody and the local sheriff and police officers are often on a first name basis with the locals, and things get reported that would never see the light of day otherwise. Murder is Harder to Hide, and that is where Baltimore, Chicago and DC garner the spotlight. And that Link between Crime/Poverty is a crock; foisted upon us by a bunch of do-gooders looking for an excuse for Inexcusable Behavior.

      1. Don’t forget to mention how New York city has an extremely low crime rate and also has one of the least populations of black people out of the big cities. Oh, unless you’re talking about harlem…

        1. Harlem has been rapidly gentrifying for some years now. In the fairly near future, blacks will be a minority of Harlem’s population. They’re slowly being squeezed out by white hipsters and new immigrant groups.

      2. But all states have both cities and rural areas, and this survey is looking at the state level, not the local level. It doesn’t matter if the good ol’ boys know the sheriff on a first-name basis because they see him at church every Sunday if the nearest big city has multiple murders every weekend.

        That’s why your point is moot.

        Alaska, #1 on the list, was one that the author specifically pointed out: almost the entire population of the state lives in one city, Anchorage. The rest of the place is god’s country. But in that city, bad stuff goes down. And since that’s where the bulk of the population resides, that one city disproportionately affects the entire state, even though it’s a “rural” state.

        Texas is the same way. Most of it is a vast wasteland, and then you have a few population centers where much of the population lives. In those population centers, crimes happen. Thus, Texas, despite having a lower nominal population density than a place like New Jersey, isn’t really a “rural” state at all. People only imagine it to be rural because they aren’t thinking hard enough about the actual, everyday circumstances of the people who live there. Most them are not, in any way, living out in “the country”.

    6. Of course you bozos just cant see the correlation between crime and ‘diversity’ can you?

      1. thank you, sir. very well said. Illinois #26, texas #15. Both have HUGE cities, but only one has the propensity to look obviously more effected by people’s acceptance of bogus “politically correct” garbage. Still not convinced? Think it’s because of border activity? SC #5! What more do you need to know?!?!?! AK #2??? is that not enough yet?!?!?! hmmmmmmmmmm i wonder why the entire north is safe as all hell, except for missouri of course. Might it be that it was a slave state and the population is mostly black in many areas?!?!?! is it because these petty people are STILL mad about slavery (a time in history that 0% of every black person in america was a part of, or is just that all of these “politically correct” people are trying to make the world to be as fake and hunky dory as it is in their small minds. That’s right small minds, there is a difference between being intelligent and acting like everything that offends you is wrong. DO YOUR GOD DAMN RESEARCH.

    7. My state was not on the top ten but to be honest I have read a couple of your articles and it’s all just talking crap about were people live and it’s mean I’ve read the most ghetto places in Georgia (my home state) and it’s just being rude to people that live there and you never know their personal business you never know they could struggle financially and that town is the only places they can afford to live in and most of the places listed on that list it all wrong some of the places on that list is the most beautiful in the state you need to stick your so called “science “ we’re the sun doesn’t shine

      1. I’m from Maryland, I’ve lived in larger cities my whole life traveling from state to state. My current residences for the last ten years was Dallas, but in the most recent six years I’ve been near New Orleans to visit my fmaily from Jennings while I am going for my MLT degree. Trust me, in the ratio of populations vs crime and how much it occurs in number, New Orleans is the worse I’ve been in. I’m not saying crime doesn’t happen in big cities like Dallas where I also lived, but in ratio to populations and the numbers? It’s so much worse here. Every day in the news and the news paper at least ten people are reported to be victims of drive by shootings or deadly assaults. That’s just what’s reported. It’s all you hear from the local news.

        It’s not uncommon to read or hear about children as young as three and up being shot dead almost everyday. It’s normal for people to pull out knifes and stab you for disagreeing with them. Went to work two weeks ago, and someone was shot dead at a gas station right next to me. In Challmette, I’ve had a classmate’s sister left to die in a cell from a platelet disease while the police just stood there laughing at her because she’s not from America. Everyday I live here I fear for my family and my own life.

        It’s also considered common to find dead bodies in local trenches or the streets.

        So please consider what I and others here in Louisiana are going through everyday, especially those of us who lived in various large cities prior where it wasn’t even 1/4 of this type of crime being reported or known by communities.

      2. Peggy, come here to near New Orleans where I’ve lived for the last six years. Where it’s normal to have kids as young as three being shot weekly. Where it’s normal to have at least ten people murdered everyday around you, and that’s just what goes reported. Where finding dead bodies in water ways or cars is just the common thing. Let’s see you talk like that after just living here for a week, if you’re not robbed or stabbed. I am my family are only alive still because we only go out when we need to such as for work, business, the gym or shopping. We only talk to family or coworkers we know. This is the reality here, and ether a person can accept it and take the measures needed to survive, or escape into a mental happy place ignoring it while gambling with their lives. Just two weeks ago on my way to work someone was shot dead at a gas station near me. This is my everyday normal experience. If my fmaily wasn’t from Jennings, I wouldn’t be here.

    8. Drug problem + racial diversity + common ignorance= high crime rate (triangulated — must include all three) MS: no drug problem, high diversity, relative ignorance — low crime, New York: drug problem, high diversity, low ignorance — low crime, (pay attention) California — drug problem, high diversity, high ignorance (California is full of overly-sensitive, low moral follower type people in case you haven’t been there) — HIGH CRIME. I think the main issue here is to understand that you cannot rely on academia or statistics for information because THEY WOULD REFUSE TO RESEARCH THIS. Lacking proof does not mean you lack reason and I find any retort to that absolutely laughable. Guess who funds colleges. Guess who accredits them. A white guilt having, post-slavery government.

      1. lol!! you are literally making things up on your gut feelings and obvious bias and acting like you are an expert!?!? Speaking of High Ignorance! Do you know what the term “Per Capita” even means? Did you fact check the research or have you done your own counter research? Or are you just crying off that California is not ranked number 1 like you expected it to be?? Sounds like you are a follower type that believes anything you are told. I have been all around this country. New Mexico, Alabama, North Florida, lots of parts of Georgia, are terrifying places to be and look like 3rd world countries. You can look up these statistics on multiple sites, some of the numbers and rankings change slightly, but they are pretty consistent overall. Thats the magic of facts and research.

      2. You apparently didn’t read the part of the article where the author clearly stated that these statistics come from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as reported to them by the states, themselves, not from “academia” (whatever you think that word means, lol…).

        The UCR is the FBI’s program to collect data from all over the country. They rely on local governments to give them the numbers. That means that if numbers are high for a given state, that state must have told the FBI that their numbers were high. And why in god’s name would any state lie to make themselves look more crime-ridden than they actually are? No, the numbers are real.

    9. In East Tennessee Knoxville there’s barley not a lot of crime.All of them are only in Spanish,African,and Old Neighbors.Knoxville is a great place for kids to play.My kids have enough patient to go to Pigeon Forge!A really fun place.Kind of cheap.Knoxville has low population,#128 most population in the us.They have great parks.Downtown has Crimes.Its pretty sunny in the fall.It doesn’t rain a lot the max days of rain in fall is 5 or 4.Clinton Hwy has a lot of Shopping and restaurants.Up in West Town Mall there’s a lot of fun.Movies,Arcade,Play Area,VR,and munch munch more to do. Explore it first.Kingston Pike has the most fun stuff and food.Its long West Town Mall is also in Kingston Pike.There are only about 1,000 Polices because the crimes are kinda low.The Schools are the best than the Whole East Tennessee.Too munch people too munch crimes.The Winters are cold and wet,a lot of rain,and Cloudy a lot.In the Spring Thunderstorms happens a lot and warm and pretty sunny days.In the Summer its the best fairs open carnivals too,but Thunderstorms are stronger but only happens seven times a month.Summer is hot here and Sunny.In fall it’s probably the safest time to visit on October or November in Knoxville.Its always Cloudy every season.Hope have safe time.

    10. “The only west coast state to make the list, Arizona is notoriously a pretty dangerous place”

      If you don’t even know elementary school geography, I doubt we can trust you with any sort of useful information. Roadsnacks.net: the most idiotic site on the Internet.

    11. Watching the news out here in Albuquerque can be downright disgusting on a pretty regular basis. I don’t watch often. Whether it’s disgusting crimes against children, murder or all these idiotic repeat offenders we have out here, how could you argue against this ranking? That’s my problem living here, is the people out here do not see any issues with the state. Cannot wait until the day I can leave this hell hole. About the only good thing I can say about New Mexico is the land is beautiful. Too bad the people here don’t match it.

    12. Lmao! This is one of the most load of crap articles I’ve read in awhile. I live in one of the states listed, and have been to several others, my state doesn’t even compare to a state like California when it comes to crime. The author is obviously biased, or high.

    13. Problem with this list is that states are BIG. It really depends on where you are and broad statistics don’t give you a true idea of safety. I feel much safer in almost any part of NM or AZ than I would in the dangerous areas of Miami, Atlanta, or Los Angeles where you’re pretty much guaranteed to be shot even during the day.

      1. George, do you regularly visit any Indian reservations, by any chance? Because I remind you that there are some REALLY big ones located in New Mexico, and they have a definite crime problem. But I guess that’s why you hedged and said “almost” any part of NM, right?

    14. I feel that we as Americans need to develop a system to figure out which type of neighbor, person would shoot a child with a gun. At this point we all have heard of the innocent child shot by a gun going off, or the psycho that goes on a rampage. I feel that we have allowed this sort of “As long as it didnt’ happen to me, then my life is good.” We need to change this mentality. We need to talk about this very dark and sinister evil in our country. I just heard that another little boy was killed by a madman. I personally can’t sleep when I hear this. I hope every mom and dad is angry as hell. I hope that we figure this out soon. This is the last thing that should be happnening. A monster killing a little angel.

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