Maryland Home Security and Crime Stats

MarylandMaryland is the 42nd safest state in the nation for violent crime and the 36th safest state overall. Some Maryland cities, of course, are safer than others. The lowest-crime city with a population over 10,000 was Bowie, which reported 61 violent crimes and 882 property crimes over an entire year, despite a population of 56483. In the same category, Elkton was the most dangerous city with 4.7 times more crimes per person.

Home Security Providers and Crime Stats by City

Choose a city in Maryland below to see how it compares to the rest of the country. We've also listed home security providers if you want to make your home safer.

Aberdeen, MD
Annapolis, MD
Baltimore, MD
Bel Air, MD
Berlin, MD
Bladensburg, MD
Boonsboro, MD
Bowie, MD
Brentwood, MD
Brunswick, MD
Cambridge, MD
Capitol Heights, MD
Centreville, MD
Chestertown, MD
Crisfield, MD
Cumberland, MD
Delmar, MD
Denton, MD
District Heights, MD
Easton, MD
Elkton, MD
Federalsburg, MD
Frederick, MD
Frostburg, MD
Fruitland, MD
Greenbelt, MD
Greensboro, MD
Hagerstown, MD
Hampstead, MD
Hancock, MD
Havre De Grace, MD
Hurlock, MD
Hyattsville, MD
La Plata, MD
Laurel, MD
Lonaconing, MD
Manchester, MD
Mount Rainier, MD
North East, MD
Oakland, MD
Ocean City, MD
Oxford, MD
Perryville, MD
Pocomoke City, MD
Princess Anne, MD
Ridgely, MD
Rising Sun, MD
Rock Hall, MD
Salisbury, MD
Smithsburg, MD
Snow Hill, MD
St. Michaels, MD
Sykesville, MD
Takoma Park, MD
Taneytown, MD
Thurmont, MD
Trappe, MD
Upper Marlboro, MD
Westminster, MD