Manhattan Beach, California is a beautiful coastal city located in the Los Angeles area. But is it safe? According to FBI crime data, the chance of becoming a victim of violent or property crime in Manhattan Beach is 1 in 42. This means that the crime rate is higher than 68% of cities and towns in California of all sizes. In terms of safety, Manhattan Beach is in the 52nd percentile, which means that 48% of cities are safer and 52% are more dangerous. MoneyGeek, a personal finance technology company, has released its ranking of the safest and most dangerous cities and small towns in the U.
S. Manhattan Beach has been given a C+ rating, which means that its crime rate is approximately the same as that of an average city in the U. When looking at the crime map for Manhattan Beach, it's important to remember that the crime rate per resident may seem exaggerated when people visit the area during the day, but don't live there. It's also important to note that this analysis applies only to the proper boundaries of Manhattan Beach.
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