The city of Los Angeles, with a total population of 4,007,147, experienced 378,752 arrests over the past three years. During 2017, the arrest rate totaled 329.72 per 10,000 residents. This represents a 4.16% difference making Los Angeles higher than the national average of 316.54 per 10,000 residents. Of those, 30,507 were for violent crimes such as murder, rape, and robbery. The city of Los Angeles also handled 101,618 arrests for property crimes during 2017. Compared to Agoura Hills and Alhambra, Los Angeles is a more dangerous place to live.
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The city of Los Angeles experienced a higher rate of non-violent crime. During 2017, Los Angeles totaled 30,507 violent crimes and 101,618 non-violent crimes.
During 2007-2017, Los Angeles experienced 258,680 violent crimes. Of those, 3,347 were for murder/non-negligent manslaughter, 764 were for revised rape, another 13,676 were for legacy rape, 115,011 were for robbery, and 125,882 were for aggravated assault.