Areas Of Los Angeles!

Oct 30th, 2005, 11:27 AM
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Areas Of Los Angeles!

OOhhh I need everyones help about one more thing.

Out of these areas what are the top 5 LEAST crime areas:


Downtown LA

West Hollywood


Hollywood Hills

Beverly Hills

Calif. State Univ. Northridge

Westside (Santa Monica,Westwood...) and Beaches (Bel Air to Malibu)

San Fernando Valley (Woodland Hills,Burbank, ..)


Santa Clarita Valley

Los Feliz, Silver Lake (Eagle Rock, Glendale, Atwater..)

Pasadena, San Gabriel Valley

Eastside (Pomona,Moreno Valley, Fullerton, Calif. State Univ,...)

Central Los Angeles

South Los Angeles (Norwalk, Florence,...)

South Bay, Long Beach cities, Calif. State. Univ. & City College, Torrance & El Camino College

OC North & Central: Anaheim, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach,..

OC South: Mission Viejo, Laguna Beach, San Clemente

Mr_Bing is offline  
Oct 30th, 2005, 01:33 PM
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Here's the 163p LAPD 2004 Crime Statistics report. Happy reading.
J62 is online now  
Oct 30th, 2005, 03:23 PM
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Look for the highest real estate prices and you will have your answer
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Oct 30th, 2005, 03:40 PM
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I don't know about raw numbers and crime stats, but where I would feel the most safe would be the following order:

Orange County - south or coastal only - inland OC like Santa Ana or Anaheim would be the higher crime areas.

Parts of South Bay LA near the coast - you get close to Inglegood or Crenshaw and it gets dicey.

Pasadena & San Gabriel - yes it's rich and safe - but there are also pockets of lower-income neighborhoods that may be victim to Asian gangs.

Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and the Hills are about the same (relative to where you live, of course!)

Again, with any area, you just have to pick wisely. Look for places with less junky type cars on the street (or worse, cars on the lawn! LOL). Look for places without bars on the windows and no graffiti. The better the retail stores, the better the area sometimes. And, check out a neighborhood AT NIGHT, too. Don't just look at it during the day.
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Oct 30th, 2005, 03:48 PM
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One of the problems with your list is you are comparing apples and oranges here. Glendora is most probably has the lowest crime area of all the placed you mentioned, but it is a small, upscale bedroom community, that also happens to be a part of the San Gabriel Valley. You are lumping Fulleton and Pomona into one category, and they are not only geographically removed, but demographically as well.

What are you looking to do?
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Oct 30th, 2005, 07:18 PM
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Here_today: "What are you looking to do?"

If you read over Mr_Bing's only other thread I think you'll see he really doesn't know what the heck he is trying to do . . . . .
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Oct 30th, 2005, 08:58 PM
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1) He's dreaming ?

2) I'm wondering where he compiled the list, the phone book ?

Hey Mr. Bing - tell us your budget and we'll tell you where to go......
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