San Francisco County, California
has the most violent crimes per 100,000 population (702.66) of the 78 counties with at least $78,621 in median household income (San Francisco County, California is at $81,294).
That is, among those 78 counties that do well
on one measure, San Francisco County, California does worst
on a related measure. That 702.66 compares to an average of 179.01 and standard deviation of 119.1
across those 78 counties.
Reaching the average of 179.01 would imply a decrease of 4,631 violent crimes.
San Francisco County, California has these related standings among those 78 counties:
- violent crimes per 100,000 population = 702.66 (the most)
- car crash fatalities per 100,000 population = 4.91 (7th-fewest)
- homicides per 100,000 population = 6.040 (20th-most)
- property crimes per 100,000 population = 4,385 (the most)
- first responders per 1,000 population = 0.600 (16th-fewest)
- population living close to emergency facilities = 97.28% (the most)
- per-capita spending on police and fire protection = $768.71 (10th-highest)