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Unincorporated Santa Monica Mountains
Unincorporated Santa Susana Mountains
Education: Masters Degree or Higher
Marital Status: Never Married Males
Marital Status: Never Married Females
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Therate of violent crimes per 10,000 peoplevaries widely among the more than 200 neighborhoods and cities policed by theLAPDandL.A. County Sheriffs Department.
This map and list show the rates from Nov. 27, 2017 to May 27, 2018, the most recent six months for which complete data is available for all areas patrolled by the departments.
Violent crime is defined as homicide, rape, aggravated assault and robbery. Bear in mind that in areas with relatively low populations, a small number of crimes can generate a large per capita rate. For that reason, the chart below contains both per capita statistics and gross crime counts.