Crimes

Crimes, by Type

Silicon Valley | 2022

Violent Crimes per 100,000

The Silicon Valley Poll:
% Think Crime is a Serious Problem

Bay Area, 2023

Republicans89%
Black or African American85%
Ages 50+82%
Own their home79%
Household income $35-75k79%
Hispanic or Latino/a/x78%
Business owners77%
Overall75%
Asian / Pacific Islander75%
Household income $75k+73%
White / Caucasian71%
Ages 18 to 4970%
Democrats67%
Staying with friends/family67%
Full-time students55%

Crimes

Violent Crime Rate

Silicon Valley and California

Crimes

Breakdown of Violent Crimes, by Type

Silicon Valley | 2022

Crimes

Share of Violent Crimes, by Type

Silicon Valley

Crimes

Rate of Reported Rapes

Silicon Valley and California

Crimes

Property Crimes, by Type

Silicon Valley | 2022

Data Source:

California Department of Justice

California Department of Finance

Analysis:

Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies

Data is from the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Interactive Crime Statistics. Violent Crimes include homicide, rape (including attempted rape), robbery, and aggravated assault. Data for Silicon Valley includes the city-defined Silicon Valley region. Population data used to calculate per capita rates are from the California Department of Finance E-4 Population Estimates. Property crimes include burglary, motor vehicle theft, and larceny-theft, as well as attempted burglary/theft. The share of the population that thinks crime is a serious problem is from the 2023 Silicon Valley Poll (www.jointventure.org/svpoll) and includes those who responded that crime is a “very” or “extremely” serious problem; Republicans and Democrats include “leaners”.

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