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Benton Harbor was Michigan’s most violent city in 2017, based mostly on FBI statistics released Sept. 24.

The FBI reported violent crime rates for communities all through the USA.

Rape is outlined by the FBI as any sexual assault that entails penetration or tried penetration. Incest and statutory rape shouldn’t be included.

Aggravated assault is outlined as an assault on an individual  supposed to inflict extreme bodily hurt or dying. It normally entails a weapon.

In 2017, Michigan had 4.5 violent crimes reported per 1,000 residents, in keeping with FBI calculations.

Below is a listing of the 50 Michigan cities with the highest violent crime rates, which are calculated based mostly on studies of homicides, rapes, robberies and aggravated assault.

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