Crime in America.Net includes research on crime rates for American cities and states, commonly known as the top ten cities, the most dangerous cities or as Forbes puts it, “The Most Miserable Cities.” There is also data comparing crime rates for countries. See http://crimeinamerica.net/city-crime-rates-top-ten-cities/
The post adds a Forbes article on cities with the highest rates of stolen vehicles. See http://www.forbes.com/2010/05/14/cities-stolen-cars-lifestyle-vehicles-auto-theft_2.html.
Crime in America.Net offers an article on the most stolen vehicles at http://crimeinamerica.net/2010/04/08/the-most-stolen-cars-in-the-nation-and-the-most-stolen-cars-by-state-crime-statistics/.
Although this is one of the most popular categories for requestors, the data is filled with pitfalls and caution is urged. There are a wide variety of reasons for reported crime rates that may have little to do with the effectiveness of criminal justice agencies. A lack of reported crime does not necessarily mean that one area is safer than another.
Many are interested in this data regarding finding a place to live. Please see http://crimeinamerica.net/2010/04/29/crime-and-buying-a-house-most-dangerous-cities-crime-in-america-net/.