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The 50 Safest Cities in New Jersey – 2015

50 Safest Cities in New Jersey 2015

New Jersey’s leaders, residents, and law enforcement officers can be proud that their pro-active approach to fighting crime is paying off. Since the last time we reported on New Jersey, violent crime dropped from 4.45 to 2.85 incidents per 1,000 residents, and property crime fell from 26.81 to 18.81 incidents per 1,000 citizens.
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To put that into perspective, the national violent crime rate is 3.67 incidents per 1,000 citizens and the property crime rate is 27.30 incidents per 1,000 people. This means New Jersey’s crime rate is approximately 30 percent less than the typical state in the U.S.

What’s even more impressive is that we found 50 Garden State communities where the average crime rate is 78 percent less than it is across the country. In fact, the average violent crime rate of the safest cities in New Jersey is .32 incidents per 1,000 people, and the average property crime rate is 6.57 per 1,000 people.

How We Chose the Safest Cities in New Jersey

To create our list, we identified communities with a population of more than 10,000 people in 2013 and reported complete crime data to the FBI. Then we reviewed the latest FBI Crime Report statistics, comparing the number of reported violent crimes (murder, robbery, rape, and aggravated assault) and property crimes (burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson) in each city. To compare small and large cities fairly, we calculated the chance of both types of crime happening out of 1,000 people.

The FBI Crime Report is recognized as a leading source for crime statistics, but not all New Jersey communities reported complete data to the FBI. If there’s a city you think is safe but you don’t see it on our list, city officials may not have reported complete data to the FBI, which caused the city to be removed from consideration.

After you read about the safest cities in New Jersey, review our New Jersey Safety Directory. This directory offers safety and security resources, as well as an interactive map that shows which New Jersey counties reported the least/most burglaries.

1. Chatham Township

Kudos to Chatham Township for being the safest community in New Jersey! We were pleased to discover that Chatham’s police department recently earned Accreditation by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Accreditation Commission. Plus, a community-wide Neighborhood Watch Program just got off the ground here, which exemplifies community involvement in safety.

An outstanding example of law enforcement and citizens working hand in hand to keep crime at bay, Chatham Township reported no incidents of violent crime and enjoys an overall crime rate that’s 85 percent lower than the national average. Chatham also ranked number 14 on the SafeWise 100 Safest Cities in America report.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: 0.00
Property Crimes per 1,000: 3.93

Chatham is the safest city in New Jersey 2015

2. Washington Township, Morris County

Nominal crime is often the result of a tightly-knit community where neighbors look out for one another. Such is the case with Washington Township. The township has a number of civic organizations that include an active Historic Preservation Commission and Women’s Club. We were impressed to see that Washington Township reported just two violent crimes, and reduced burglaries by two thirds since our last report.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .10
Property Crimes per 1,000: 3.83

Washington Township in Morris County New Jersey is the second safest city in 2015

3. Bergenfield

Bergenfield’s enviable quality of life and affordability are a few reasons it was named the Garden State’s second best community to raise a family. Low crime is another. Bergenfield residents can brag that, over the course of the year, their community moved up five positions on our list. Plus, a nominal 16 burglaries were reported to law enforcement, which is quite an accomplishment for a community of nearly 30,000.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .58
Property Crimes per 1,000: 3.87
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4. Bernards Township

The Bernards Township Police Department is constantly evaluating their methods and practices to adjust to the community’s changing crime and quality of life issues. This progressive approach to service is one reason crime in Bernards Township is nominal. The last time it was featured on our list, Bernards Township reported a mere four violent crimes. The latest FBI Crime Report reveals that number has been reduced to just two violent crimes.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .07
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.46
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5. Wyckoff Township

When it comes to fighting crime, communication between law enforcement and citizens is key, and Wyckoff Township does an outstanding job of it. Using Nixle, a notification and engagement platform, citizens receive texts, emails, or calls regarding crime and other public safety issues. As if that system isn’t impressive enough, we were wowed to see that this Bergen County community reported no violent crimes and its property crime rate was 83 percent less than the national average. No wonder the township received the “Gold Award for Excellent Safety Performance.”

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .00
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.66

Wyckoff is the 5th safest city in New Jersey 2015

6. River Edge

To ensure River Edge remains a wonderful place to call home for years to come, leaders reach out to its citizens in a number of ways. For instance, a community needs survey identify citizen’s concerns and helps decide what programs should receive funding priority over the next several years. Plus, the River Edge Police Department embraces a community oriented policing philosophy that addresses quality of life issues.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .08
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.60

River Edge is the 6th safest city in New Jersey 2015

7. Montgomery Township

A thriving community with outstanding schools, abundant natural resources, and fascinating history, Montgomery Township is also one of New Jersey’s safest places to call home. In order to preserve the peace in this popular community, police publicly track crime and offer extra services, such as vacation house checks. This hands-on approach to policing helps keep crime at bay. In fact, Montgomery Township’s crime rate is better than 85 percent of all American communities.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .13
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.58

Montgomery Township is the 7th safest city in New Jersey 2015

8. Clinton Township

Public safety is a top priority in Clinton Township. The 25 full time officers of the Clinton Township Police Department provide outreach programs and community alerts that keep the community in the loop about safety concerns. That could be why its overall crime rate is 85 percent lower than the national average.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .30
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.45

9. Woolwich Township

Rapidly growing communities like Woolwich Township often experience an increase in crime. But thanks to the police department’s pro-active approach to service and the way it keeps locals informed, that hasn’t been a problem in this Gloucester County community. Remarkably, Woolwich Township reported just one violent crime, an aggravated assault, on the most recent FBI report.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .08
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.74

Woolwich Township is the 9th safest city in New Jersey 2015

10. New Milford

New Milford is situated in the heart of northern New Jersey. The 17,000 member community recently appointed Frank Ramaci as the new Police Chief. Dedicated to continuing a legacy of working hand in hand with citizens, we expect the streets in New Milford will stay safe under Ramaci’s leadership. The last time New Milford made our list, the community reported seven violent crimes. This time, it reported just two.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .12
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.82

New Milford is the tenth safest city in New Jersey 2015

11. Hillsborough Township

Hillsborough Township has a lot to be proud of, starting with its police department. Not only is the Hillsborough Township Police Department an Accredited Police Agency, it also offers citizens safety alerts through the Nixle system. Despite being one of the most populated communities on our list, Hillsborough moved up eight positions from last year’s ranking and reduced violent crimes by 1/3.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .17
Property Crimes per 1,000: 4.96

12. Westwood

Westwood has a reputation as a charming town with a strong spirit of volunteerism. And, in part due to programs like the Drug Take Back event, it’s also earning a reputation as one of the state’s safest places to live. With just two violent crimes reported to FBI authorities, both being aggravated assaults, Westwood certainly deserves its spot on our safe communities list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .18
Property Crimes per 1,000: 5.15
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13. Kinnelon

From burglary prevention tips to its Junior Police Academy, safety and security is a priority in this Morris County community. That could be why the chance of being a victim of crime in Kinnelon is less than it is in 82 percent of communities across the U.S.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .09
Property Crimes per 1,000: 5.64

14. Hillsdale

The Hillsdale Police Department is taking impressive steps to facilitate communication between its officers and the citizens they serve. For example, a new Ride-Along Program allows residents to ride with an officer in a patrol car, respond to 911 calls, and learn more about law enforcement. And an innovative outreach program known as “Coffee with a Cop” gives police officers and community members the chance to know one another and listen to each other’s concerns. Close ties may be why a mere three burglaries were reported in Hillsdale, which is one of the fewest of all the cities on our list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .28
Property Crimes per 1,000: 5.57
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15. Monroe Township, Middlesex County

Monroe Township received kudos for its low crime rate, which lead Mayor Richard Pucci to host a ceremony thanking Chief Michael Lloyd and the dedicated officers of the Monroe Township Police Department for their service. Since last year, the community’s instances of violent crime fell from 15 to nine. That’s an outstanding achievement for a community of more than 41,000 residents.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .21
Property Crimes per 1,000: 5.85

16. Oakland

Oakland is dedicated to keeping its residents informed. In addition to the borough’s cable TV channel and newsletter, the community also implemented Swift911. This emergency notification system calls specific people in a given area about events that may affect them. Keeping everyone informed and involved in the community seems to be instilling a sense of pride among residents. That’s probably one reason Oakland’s property crime rate is 78 percent less than national average.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .15
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.18

17. Ridgefield

Ridgefield is a tight-knit community where neighbors look out for one another, and its police department supports crime fighting initiatives like National Night Out. These programs sure are impressive, as is the fact that this Bergen County borough is safer than 80 percent of all U.S. communities.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .35
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.08

18. Warren Township

Warren Township is honored as one of the best places to live in the Garden State. It’s also less than 35 miles from Manhattan, earned Sustainable Jersey Certification, and offers its residents regular crime prevention tips. Warren Township residents have every right to be proud of their hometown, which reported just three violent crimes, all of which were aggravated assaults.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .18
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.31

19. Madison

A highly ranked public school system, numerous cultural attractions, and close proximity to Manhattan are a few of the perks of living in Madison. Low crime is another. The chance of being a victim of crime in Madison is nominal compared to the rest of the country. Specifically, 6.59 crimes per 1,000 residents are reported in Madison, whereas 30.97 crimes are reported nationally per 1,000 people.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .24
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.35

20. Berkeley Heights Township

Berkeley Heights Township consistently receives amazing press, like being named the sixth best place to live in America. Not only is it located less than 30 miles from Manhattan, making it popular with commuters, its high quality schools, variety of housing and low crime also make it a place families desire. If you’re considering relocating to this thriving Union County community you’ll be glad to hear that just one violent crime and a mere nine burglaries were reported to law enforcement in 2013.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .07
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.61

Berkeley Heights Township is one of the safest cities in new jersey 2015

21. Tenafly

Keeping pace with new advances and technologies is one way the officers of the Tenafly Police Department help protect residents. Providing roughly half a dozen community services, including home security and surveillance checks, is another way law enforcement strives to keep Tenafly as one of the safest cities in New Jersey.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .13
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.60

22. Randolph Township

Randolph Township residents enjoy a quality of life that’s hard to come by these days. Situated in the center of Morris County, the Township’s prime location, excellent schools, and abundant parks make it a desirable place to live, work, and play. Reporting four violent crimes and 172 property crimes in 2013, Randolph Township’s overall crime rate is 79 percent less than the average American city.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .15
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.62

23. Denville Township

The Denville Township Police Department goes above and beyond to ensure generations of families want to call the area home. In addition to using the Nixle communication system to keep residents abreast of local safety and security issues, the Denville Police Department’s Community Services Bureau offers a multitude of citizen education programs. Danville moved up 12 places on our safe city list since last year, and no murders, rapes or arsons were reported to law enforcement in 2013.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .29
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.53

24. Dumont

Dumont is a northern New Jersey community that offers a number of community gathering events. As a result, people who call Dumont home form close ties and care about their community. Something they should all be proud of is that only 14 burglaries were reported in Dumont, according to the most recent FBI report. Considering a burglary occurs every 15 seconds in the U.S., we commend Dumont’s exceptionally low burglary rate.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .39
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.49
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25. Palisades Park

Palisades Park is a bustling community located in northeastern New Jersey. The petite borough offers residents a vibrant housing market, quality schools, and easy access to New York City. Best of all, it’s a safe place. Ranking as the 31st safest city in New Jersey last year, Palisades Park moved up six places on this year’s list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .94
Property Crimes per 1,000: 5.98

26. Hasbrouck Heights

Due to its prime location – just 10 miles from Midtown Manhattan – Hasbrouck Heights is popular with commuters. It’s also well-liked by moms and dads who want to raise their children in a community where youth are a priority. The Hasbrouck Heights Police Department focuses on creating innovative programs geared toward the community’s youngest citizens.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .25
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.92

27. Ringwood

Situated in the foothills of the New Jersey Ramapo Mountains, you’ll find the safe community of Ringwood. Covering nearly 30 square miles and loaded with parks and forest, Ringwood is a recreation enthusiast dream. Expansive communities are often hard to police, but that’s not a problem in Ringwood. The community reported 90 crimes over the course of the year, which works out to be just four per day.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .40
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.86

28. Montville Township

Montville Township’s Community Dispute Resolution Committee mediates an array of citizen disputes. This frees up law enforcement to handle more pressing issues and help keep the streets of Montville Township safe. As a result, the overall crime rate in this Garden State community is less than three quarters of the average national crime rate.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .22
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.26
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29. Cedar Grove Township

Cedar Grove Township offers the best of small town living without sacrificing convenience to the surrounding larger cities. After all, the suburban bedroom community of about 13,000 residents is located a mere 30 minutes from Manhattan. Low crime is another benefit of living in Cedar Grove Township. The most recent FBI Crime Reports states Cedar Grove Township reported just four violent crimes.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .31
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.19
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30. Hopewell Township

Child safety seat inspections, home security checks, and home alone checks are just a few of the extra services the Hopewell Township Police Department offers its citizens. Programs like these keep officers visible in the community, and could be why Hopewell’s property crime rate is 75 percent less than the typical American city.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .57
Property Crimes per 1,000: 6.93
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31. Franklin Lakes

There’s a lot going on at the Franklin Lakes Police Department. Over the last year, six new patrol vehicles were put into service and officers responded to over 18,000 911 calls. The department also operated a “safe Streets” program and supported a variety of community education forums aimed to address citizens concerns. The Franklin Lakes Police Department’s proactive, community oriented approach to law enforcement appears to be working; its violent crime rate is 50 percent less than the average city on this list.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .18
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.35
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32. Jefferson Township

Jefferson Township’s unique “Connect 2B Kind” movement encourages residents to participate in random acts of kindness. This helps cultivate a strong community bond and likely sends a signal to criminals that everyone is keeping an eye on what’s happening in the area. Those who live in the friendly township can brag that only six violent crimes were reported to police in 2013, consisting of two robberies and four aggravated assaults.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .27
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.29

33. Sparta Township

This thriving Sussex County township boasts a median household income that’s a twice the state median. It’s also dotted with inviting lake communities, and surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque farms. All this, plus Sparta is safe. Reporting less than 150 crimes, Sparta’s overall crime rate is approximately 75 percent less than the typical American community.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .20
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.38
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34. Pequannock Township

It’s no wonder Pequannock Township’s new Mayor, Cathy Winterfield, is proud of the community’s low crime rate. No incidents of murder, rape, or arson were reported to law enforcement and Pequannock’s property crime rate was 73 percent less than the national average.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .38
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.63

35. Glen Rock

Walkability is one of the reasons people choose to call Glen Rock home. A school system which ranks among the state’s best, diverse housing, and close proximity to Manhattan are more. Suffice it to say, Glen Rock’s Newcomers Club is never short on members. The fact that the community cited just one incident of violent crime only adds to Glen Rock’s appeal. Plus, it tied with Hasbrouck Heights for the second fewest number of burglaries of the cities on this list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .08
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.99
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36. Manalapan Township

Manalapan Township is noted for its low crime rates, growing business opportunities, and charming neighborhoods, plus it’s less than 20 minutes from the New Jersey coast. Settle in Manalapan Township and you’ll enjoy the benefit of living in a safe city where the violent crime rate is less than 87 percent less than the national average.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .50
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.63

37. Roselle Park

The Union County community of Roselle Park measures roughly one square mile and the Roselle Park Community Policing Unit covers every bit of it. Using mountain bikes designed for patrol duties, officers can cover areas cars can’t reach, such as parks and playgrounds. They can also peruse neighborhoods and interact with homeowners in a casual way that fosters good will. High visibility and consistent communication no doubt contributes to the borough’s low crime rate. According to the most recent FBI Crime Report, law enforcement was alerted to a nominal 112 crimes in Roselle Park.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .58
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.65
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38. Cranford Township

Cranford is an active, close-knit community where civic and community clubs thrive. A great place to bring up kids, Cranford also offers modern recreational facilities and a well-respected school system. Plus, over the course of the year, Cranford reduced its already impressively low incidents of violent crime by half, reporting just four.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .17
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.07

39. Morris Township

The Morris Township Crime Prevention Unit goes to great lengths to help citizens stay safe and informed. In addition to supporting Neighborhood Watch groups, the unit also offers a Junior Police Academy, school education programs, and community outreach events. Settle in this enviable Garden State township and you’ll rest easy at night knowing its violent crime rate is less than 87 percent of cities across America.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .48
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.81

40. Florence Township

It’s easy to understand why Florence Township is honored as one of New Jersey’s safest cities. The Florence Township Police Department embraces contemporary policing practices that capitalize on modern technology and the latest investigative principles to deliver top-quality service. The department’s forward thinking philosophy could be why the community reported no murders, rapes, or arsons on the most recent FBI Crime Report.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: 1.04
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.34

41. Marlboro Township

High ranking public schools, a pro-business environment, and an award-winning Recreation and Parks Department are a few reasons why the population of Marlboro Township has soared over the last decade. Even with the growing number of residents, the community and its police force have managed to keep crime rates low. In fact, the violent crime rate in the community is 94 percent less than the national average, and it’s also 25 percent less than the typical safe city on this list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .24
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.18

42. Westfield

Mayor Skibitsky believes ever member of Westfield is responsible for keeping it a safe place to live, work, and play, including himself. To that end, he created a safety library that keeps citizens updated on a range of safety and security topics. It’s innovative thinking like this that helps the community maintain a low crime rate. Westfield reported a nominal 12 violent crimes, which is remarkable for a community of more than 30,000 residents.
Violent Crimes per 1,000: .38
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.05

43. Parsippany-Troy Hills Township

We’re not the only ones who’ve recognized Parsippany-Troy Hills as a safe place to settle down. The most populated community on our list has also been honored by “N.J. Patch” as one of the state’s “15 Safest Big Towns.” The last time we reported on Parsippany-Troy Hills, the more than 53,000 member community experienced just 30 violent crimes. That number has dropped to 19, with no reports of aggravated assaults or rapes.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .35
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.24

44. Florham Park

The Florham Park Police Department impressed us. The department abides by a community policing philosophy that builds police/citizen partnerships, which solve problems and keep crime at bay. Plus it’s seeking accreditation through the prestigious Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. Florham Park’s approach to battling and preventing crime is likely one reason the community cited just nine burglaries, which is one of the fewest incidents of burglary on this list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .58
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.05

45. Scotch Plains Township

By maintaining high visibility, offering neighborhood crime alerts, and a frequently updated police crime blotter, the 43 officers of the Scotch Plains Police Department are working hard to keep this community a safe place to live. The department also participates in CodeRed, an emergency notification system that alerts locals about crime and emergency situations in Scotch Plains.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .79
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.86
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46. Fort Lee

Fort Lee is a quintessential all-American community that’s earning kudos for its crime fighting accomplishments. Recently, two Fort Lee police officers, Carlos Cabrera and Tom Keelen, received awards for their efforts in combating drunk driving. With officers like these keeping the street of Fort Lee safe, it’s easy to see why the community’s crime rate is notably low.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .77
Property Crimes per 1,000: 7.96
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47. Raritan Township

A growing business community, low student to teacher ratios, and friendly neighborhoods are a few reasons why people who move to Raritan Township tend to stay. Once they do, they’re happy to be part of a community with safe streets. The more than 22,000 resident township reported just four violent crimes in 2013, resulting in a violent crime rate that’s roughly 96 percent less than the typical American community and 50 percent less than the average city on this list.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .18
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.65

48. Verona

There are a lot of positives about making Verona home, especially if you have children. Verona is honored as one of the “25 Great Towns in New Jersey,” its high school ranks as one of the country’s most challenging, and it’s one of only four communities on our list to report no incidents of aggravated assault.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .22
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.78

49. Hopatcong

Hopatcong has devoted significant resources to community policing. For example, the police department offers a wealth of crime prevention tips, a Police Explorers program, and important resources for domestic violence victims. As if this wasn’t impressive enough – Hopatcong’s violent crime rate is 75 percent less than the national average, and its property crime rate is 70 percent less.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .94
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.14

50. East Greenwich Township

The goal of the East Greenwich Township Police Department is to help improve the quality of life for the citizens it serves. One way it does so is by sponsoring community safety and security programs like National Night Out. To demonstrate how safe East Greenwich Township is, it’s worth noting their crime rate is 70 percent lower than most cities in America.

Violent Crimes per 1,000: .48
Property Crimes per 1,000: 8.61

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