Indiana's Safest Cities Ranked

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Zionsville has consistently ranked among the safest cities in Indiana on a number of lists. Zionsville has consistently ranked among the safest cities in Indiana on a number of lists.

The National Council for Home Safety and Security has released its annual list of the Safest Cities in Indiana. The list was compiled using the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Statistics combined with the council's own population data and internal research.

Cities were ranked based on the number of reported violent crimes and property crimes per 1,000 people. Cities that failed to submit a complete crime report to the FBI and cities with populations under 10,000 were excluded from the list.

Zionsville is ranked the safest among Indiana cities with 31 violent crimes and 108 property crimes reported among the population of nearly 27,000. The town of St. John in Lake County is second, followed by Carmel, Fishers and Dyer.

You can view the full list by clicking here.

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