According To FBI Statistics, These Are The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In Alaska For 2020

Alaska is truly the “last frontier.” Our state is filled with legends of outlaws coming here to hide out, and the trend has continued into the new millennium. Using data collected from the FBI’s most recent statistics in 2018, the most dangerous cities in Alaska have been calculated. This data calculates the amount of property and violent crime in cities with more than 2,000 people.

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Were you surprised at the towns that were the most dangerous cities of Alaska? Do you live in any of these places? What do you think of the statistics? Let us know in the comments below!

Even though these numbers can be shocking, it’s important to remember that in 2017, Alaska was ranked as the happiest state in America by Gallup-Heathways, and here are 15 Reasons Alaska Is The Happiest State In America!

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