Community Safety

Crime statistics, provide some indication of the level of criminal activity in an area. When you need crime information, the most valuable resource is the law enforcement agency, and the neighborhood itself. If you are unsure of an area, talk to neighbors, schools, and police departments directly.
 
The following map shows all of the counties in Arizona colored according to the number of Violent Crimes per 100,000 People. Violent Crimes is defined as the number of reported violent crime offenses per 100,000 population. Dataset: County Health Rankings and Source: University of Wisconsin.
 

Law Enforcement Agencies

Every community has its own nuances, and unless you live within it, you don't fully understand the fabric of the community. If you are looking for local crime information, our law enforcement officials will provide the crime index down to a neighborhood. The United States Department of Homeland Security is a major economic driver in the Ambos Nogales region, with thousands of employees working for both the Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection. Due to the large federal, state, and local police presence, Nogales has one of the highest police per-capita levels in the United States.