What in tarnation?  Does North Dakota have dangerous cities?  I don't know about you, but I have never felt like I was in "danger" at any time in North Dakota.  Comparatively speaking, like Minneapolis, St. Paul, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, and other cities I have wandered around in, I have.

However, the Peace Garden State does have some more statistically speaking dangerous places.  Does that mean we need to rename the Peace Gardens?  Probably not, but you may want to be aware of your surroundings in these 10 cities.

Our friends at RoadSnacks have come out with their yearly countdown of the Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities in North Dakota.  Not a lot of surprises in their new list for 2022 but there are a few cities that moved up or down statistically from last year.

How did RoadSnacks come up with their numbers?  The data was determined by the latest FBI crime report for violent crime and property crime statistics for every place with over 2,000 residents.  You shouldn't really be all that surprised by these numbers, as North Dakota's overall violent crime and property crime numbers are above the national average.

So, before you make any life-changing decisions, like picking up your family and moving to a different city in North Dakota.  You might want to do your homework and see if one of these cities actually scares you.  I'm having a hard time typing that without laughing out loud, but like I said earlier, even North Dakota's worst isn't really that bad.

Without further ado, here are the Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities in North Dakota.  Cue the scary music.

North Dakota's Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities For 2022


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