Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


3 Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado (2023)

Central City Colorado (Photo: uncovercolorado)

Find out the 3 Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado this 2023.

Downtown Grand Junction (Photo: globalphile)

Grand Junction Is First On The List Of Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado

Grand Junction being on top of the list of Most Dangerous Cities in Colorado is not that surprising considering its D+ crime rating, a crime rating higher than that of an average US city. Grand Junction experiences crime incidents every 3 hours on average. The crime frequency in this city is 49 out of 100k inhabitants, which is the highest crime rate nationally even though Grand Junction’s population is more or less 70,000.

Based on the data presented by the Southwest Journal , there is a 1 in 177 chance of being a victim of violent crime as well as a 1 in 23 chance of being a property crime victim in this City.

Grand Junction ranking 29th in terms of safety really puts this city into the top list of the Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado.


Honor Wallace, A Student At SMU, Was Killed By Lynlee Pollis, According To Investigators

Aurora And La Junta Ranks Second And Third Respectively In The List Of Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado

Coming second on the list of Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado is Aurora. According to Travel Safe Abroad , the FBI ranked Aurora among the most hazardous cities in the state. The visitors were advised to be extra cautious when visiting the city. In the year 2020, the crime rate in Aurora was high, with 2,890 property crimes and 728 violent crimes reported per 100k residents. With this alarmingly high rate of property and violent crimes, Aurora being second on the list of Most Dangerous Cities in Colorado just makes sense.

The Third and final addition to the list of Most Dangerous Cities In Colorado is La Junta.  According to the locals, the most hazardous area in La Junta is the Central Neighborhood, where there is a 1 in 10 chances of being a victim of property or violent crime. With La Junta’s F+ safety rate, and an 84.67 average rate crime per 100k residents, the city is one of the most dangerous cities in Colorado.


 In Mexico, Searchers Seeking For 7 Kidnapped Teenagers Discover 6 Bodies And 1 Wounded Survivor

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like


Texas man Eduardo Arevalo confessed of strangling his pregnant sister for being an “embarrassment” to the family in 2019. Texas Man’s 8 Months Pregnant...


Even though the last wave of the federal government stimulus checks was distributed over two years ago, at least three distinct states are still...


The US is expected to distribute further stimulus funds through a variety of initiatives. Direct cash, tax refund, or some other kind of assistance...


Cameron Wright, a 22-year-old was sentenced with 55 years in prison for killing, dismembering and throwing girlfriend’s body at separate locations according to his...