Violent Crime and Residential Burglaries Are a Threat to the Security of Your Family or Business
Is Houston safe? Houston is over 600 square miles and occupies multiple counties. The more you know about violent crime through crime statistics, the more aware you are of specific areas.
Like any other city, there are areas that are dense in violent crime, typically due to a concentration of apartment complexes. There are over 2000 apartment properties in Houston and to lessen your chance of being a crime victim, Houston Crime Stats provides you address-specific, crime-specific information. How important is that information to you and your family? First, try our Free Trial to see the the history of murder and rapes at and near any address in the City of Houston. Then decide the value of greater detail.
When you are considering a place to live in Houston, Texas, real estate agents are the typical first choice for assistance. When that choice involves renting an apartment, a hands-on realtor is not available. Typically, apartment renters read the reviews on Google, ApartmentGuide.com, Apartments.com, Apartmentfinder.com and the many other helpful tools. What these websites, and others, cannot tell the potential renter is about violent crime in that neighborhood and, moreover, the crime that occurred on a property over time.
Many crime statistics companies provide Crime Rate information but that rate does not inform the user of actual crime. We want you to have specific information. Click here for information from US News and World Report about Houston.
Apartment managers generally tell potential tenants to contact the Houston Police Department. Ironically, the Texas Apartment Association (TAA) encourages managers to disclose the crime statistics of their property. The question of “Is this property safe“, is a personal decision based on awareness. Be armed with that information in advance.
Houston Crime Stats provides crime data for a one-mile radius of any address. Houston Crime Stats researches violent crime such as Murder, Rape, Robbery and Aggravated Assaults. Residential Burglary presents high risk across the City of Houston, especially in apartment properties. There are criminal offenders looking for sexual assault victims during a break in. It is important to understand.
The report displays all violent crime and residential burglaries, down to the specific crime, within a 1-mile radius and one year of statistics.
EXPLORE WITH YOUR FREE ACCOUNT – HERE’S WHY
Your FREE ACCOUNT gives you access to our detailed crime map and crime data for a 1-mile radius. The free version only displays a map and data for murder and sexual assault.
FULL ACCESS provides the best value with the most information.
- Full data and Google Map for all violent crime: murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault as well as residential burglary
- The report with printed map and data can be downloaded in a .pdf file
- The maps and data created from a search is saved under your user name and password. Just log in and review any time
- The report gives you the totals of the crimes shown within the data.
- Access to 18 months of crime data
- The Houston Police Department’s published data is used for the highest level of accuracy.
If you like the free version, purchase a full report with all the information for only $20.00 (+tax). (Additional Pricing)
Once you have the Houston Crime Stats report, you can do these:
- Share the information with your Property Manager or Landlord. No longer can they deny the public information. What security are they providing their tenants?
- Send the reports to family and friends to keep them informed.
- Ask the City about their plans to address violent crime.
- Update your information when HPD produces new crime data.
- Appreciate the level of awareness you and your family have about the threats to your safety.
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Houston Crime Stats maps are dynamic, meaning that they are Google Maps and can be enlarged, zoomed, and moved to see the crime at a specific address and all addresses within 1 mile. Look at the violent crime near your home, you place of work, the shopping centers and scout other areas in your neighborhood that are interest.
The Houston Police Department publishes their crime stats about two weeks after the end of each month. Our database updates with the new data so you can see the current trends.
Caution: Not all crimes, especially violent crimes, are reported to police. In some geographic areas, the number of crimes committed is double of those reported and published.
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