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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — The safest city in Indiana, based on FBI crime statistics, is Bluffton, according to Security Baron.
Bluffton, nicknamed “The Parlor City” due to its paved streets, had 0.7 violent crimes and no property crimes for every 1,000 people.
There are two police officers for every 1,000 citizens.
The city earned a safety score of 89.94 and has an average income of $40,194.
Seymour, Indiana ranked 50th on the list, with a safety score of 63.75 and a median income of $43,664.
The city in Jackson County has a rate of 3.37 violent crimes per 1,000 citizens, along with a citizen-to-officer ratio of 2.04 per 1,000 people.
Other cities in Northeast Indiana to make the top 50 include:
26. New Haven
41. Fort Wayne
You can view Security Baron's full list here