SafeWise is happy to release our fifth annual Safest Cities report. Here are the 10 Safest Cities in Wyoming for 2019. See if your city made the list.
There’s no wild west in Wyoming today—at least not in these safe cities. Not only did the state beat the national violent crime rate with 2.13 incidents per 1,000 people (compared to 4.49 nationwide), but 90% of the cities on our list did even better.
Property crime in Wyoming is also lower than the national rate of 27.11 crimes per 1,000. The Equality State had only 22.64 incidents per 1,000 in 2017. And 80% of the safest cities came in under that.
Take a look at the complete list to see how well each city did—and find out if your city was safe enough to snag a spot.
70% of the cities were also on our list last year.
The top two cities, Lander and Sheridan, held onto their spots again—and Lander had zero violent crimes for the second consecutive year.
On our State of Safety report, Wyoming rated digital security the most concerning issue, and 25% reported experiencing a problem with digital security in the past year.
Only 4% reported experiencing a violent crime in the past year.
Assault by a stranger is the top violent crime concern, and 90% of the safest cities reported some aggravated assault, ranging from eight in Sheridan to 47 in Casper.
Beyond Safest Cities: What Are the Biggest Safety Concerns in Your State?
Crime statistics are one thing, but do they line up with what people are really worried about when it comes to safety? To find out, SafeWise conducted a nationwide survey. See what the biggest safety concern is in your state—and learn more about what your neighbors are nervous about—in our State of Safety report.
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How to Make a Safe Home Anywhere
Wherever you live, feeling safe in your home can bring greater peace of mind and happiness. Whether your city made our list or not, we recommend adding extra security to your home with monitored security services provided by the nation’s leading home security providers.
Rebecca has honed her safety and security skills as both a single mom and a college director. Being responsible for the well-being of others helped her learn how to minimize risk and create safe environments. Learn more