Windsor is safer than the majority of cities, towns, and villages in America (62%) and also has a lower crime rate than 79% of the communities in California, according to NeighborhoodScout's analysis of FBI crime data. How risky is that? Your chance of becoming a victim in Windsor is one in 71 based on the total crime rate (violent and property crimes, combined). In America overall, your chance of becoming a victim of crime is 1 in 31. It is for these reasons that Windsor is ranked as one of the top 100 safest cities in the U.S.A.
Compared to other communities of similar population size, Windsor has a crime rate that is noticeably lower than the average. This means that for comparably sized cities all across America, Windsor is actually safer than most according to NeighborhoodScout's exclusive analysis of FBI crime data.
The crime data that NeighborhoodScout used for this analysis are the seven offenses from the uniform crime reports, collected by the FBI from 17,000 local law enforcement agencies, and include both violent and property crimes, combined.
Now let us turn to take a look at how Windsor does for violent crimes specifically, and then how it does for property crimes. This is important because the overall crime rate can be further illuminated by understanding if violent crime or property crimes (or both) are the major contributors to the general rate of crime in Windsor.
From our analysis, we discovered that violent crime in Windsor occurs at a rate higher than in most communities of all population sizes in America. The chance that a person will become a victim of a violent crime in Windsor; such as armed robbery, aggravated assault, rape or murder; is 1 in 407. This equates to a rate of 2 per one thousand inhabitants.
NeighborhoodScout's analysis of property crime reveals that the property crime rate in Windsor is below average to all cities and towns in the nation. This means that you are less likely to become a victim of arson, motor vehicle theft, larceny, or burglary in Windsor than in most communities in America. Your chance of becoming a victim of property crime if you live here? Just one in 86.