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

Every year, FBI crime data is released, which focuses on the most dangerous cities in each state based on a few varying factors. With Florida being the 17th most dangerous state in the entire country this year, this means that unfortunately there are quite a few cities that have a very high crime rating. FBI statistics use violent crimes, property crimes, murder, and more as a metric for their analysis, and the team over at Roadsnacks ends up using that data to create a list of the most crime-ridden cities based on the crimes per capita. This leaves us with the top 10 cities that are the most dangerous in Florida for 2020.

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Care to add your own two cents about the analysis of FBI crime data? Are you surprised to see any particular cities on this list? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section! Or if you’re looking to see how this list compares to previous years, check out the 8 most dangerous places in Florida in 2016.

Address: Florida City, FL, USA
Address: Lake City, FL, USA
Address: Opa-locka, FL, USA
Address: Palatka, FL 32177, USA
Address: Miami Beach, FL, USA
Address: Lake Park, FL, USA
Address: Panama City Beach, FL, USA
Address: Daytona Beach, FL, USA
Address: Belle Glade, FL, USA
Address: Leesburg, FL, USA