A look at which cities have the safest and which are the most dangerous in the U.S. According to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the top ten safest cities for the general public are: Honolulu, Hawaii; New York City, New York; Washington, DC; Detroit, Michigan; San Diego, California; Chicago, Illinois; and Atlanta, Georgia.
The 10 most dangerous cities for Americans are: Los Angeles, California, Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Here are some key numbers:The U.K. has the fourth highest number of homicides per capita in the world at 3.35 per 100,000 people.
The U.N. also rates it at the third highest, but has reported a slight rise from the previous year.
But even in a nation with so many violent crime and mass shootings, London still has the fifth highest rate of firearm-related deaths per capita, at 2.8 per 100.000 people, according to the U,N.
According the U., a firearm-involved death is defined as a death that results from a firearm.
The report also noted that in 2017, the U.-K.
recorded the fifth most firearm-reported crimes in the United States, with a total of 3,566.
The highest number recorded was for the shooting death of a man in London in 2015, which the U-K.
then called a ‘marauding crime’.
The report said there are several possible causes for the increase, including: Increased crime, more violent criminals and a new generation of violent criminals.
The report did note that there was also a decrease in homicides in 2016 compared to 2015, when the U of K. recorded a drop in homicides to an all-time low of 2,065.
In 2017, London recorded an increase in homicides and an increase of 4,000 to a record low of 1,869.