How Safe Is Katy, Texas?
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- Katy crime rates are 43% higher than the national average
- Violent crimes in Katy are 46% lower than the national average
- In Katy you have a 1 in 30 chance of becoming a victim of crime
- Year over year crime in Katy has decreased by 21%
The Katy crime map offers a comprehensive synopsis of every criminal offense that has been reported to the local law enforcement agency in Katy. The crime map, with its color-coded legend located above, highlights the sections of the city that have lower crime rates in comparison to the areas that have higher crime rates. The crime heat map for Katy provides an overview of the overall number of crimes committed on a block group level.
The number of daily crimes that occur in Katy is depicted as a bar chart above for every 100,000 people in the city. The total number of crimes committed each day in Katy is 1.25 times more than the average for the state of Texas and 1.43 times higher than the national average. When it comes to crimes of violence, the daily average in Katy is 2.12 times lower than the average for the state of Texas, and it is 1.84 times lower than the average for the entire country. According to the data collected, the daily average number of property crimes in Katy is 1.40 times higher than the average for the state of Texas and 1.61 times higher than the daily rate for the United States.
The crime rate per 100,000 inhabitants in Katy from one year to the next is a reliable indicator that can be used to track the increase and decrease of crime and to establish whether or not it is now safer to live in Katy than it was in the previous year. According to the statistics presented in the graph, which compares one year to the previous one, the number of violent crimes committed in Katy has reduced by 30%, while the number of property crimes committed there has decreased by 21%.
The overall crime rate is down by 21% compared to the previous year.