Top 10 Most Dangerous Places in Wisconsin

West Allis: A suburb of Milwaukee, it is the site of the Wisconsin State Fair, various great dining venues, and plenty of local attractions and activities.

 Racine:This city’s location alone — 25 miles south of Milwaukee and about 60 miles north of Chicago — gives it an ominous vibe.

Milwaukee:This large city has one of the highest crime rates of all communities in the U.S. With high property and violent crime rates, it is the most dangerous city in Wisconsin. 

Madison:The second-largest city in Wisconsin, Madison is the state’s capital. It’s home to the University of Wisconsin, historical architecture, and a vibrant nightlife. 

Lacrosse:Previously listed as number seven, LaCrosse’s crime rate has improved slightly. However, this city of 51,000 people still has a very high violent crime rate.

Kenosha:As the fourth-largest city in Wisconsin, Kenosha is a picturesque lakefront community with all sorts of great amenities.

Janesville:Crime Grade has given Janesville an overall crime grade of D. Within the city itself, there are some areas safer than others, but the overall atmosphere is far from safe. 

Green Bay:Compared to other US cities, the crime rate in Green Bay is about 80% higher than the national average. 

Beloit:Beloit is a city with a population of 35,000. Its violent crime rate is ranked fourth in Wisconsin. 

Appleton:With the Fox River Mall, Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, and Lawrence University, Appleton seems to have something for everyone. 

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