Englewood has been tagged as one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Chicago. Let’s get into detail.
Englewood is one of the 77 official community areas in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
The neighborhood has a population of 25,858 people and a crime rate of 9,386 crimes per 100,000 people.
The average annual income is $20,000, and according to government statistics, a family of our size requires at least $25,000 to survive and stay above the poverty line.
It is safe to walk alone in the daytime but walking alone at the right is extremely dangerous.
Property crime rates for burglary, theft, and car theft are 6,360 per 100,000 people. Property crime is 269 percent higher in this city than in the rest of the country. Englewood residents have a 1 in 15 chance of becoming a victim of property crime.\
Englewood is also known as Chicago’s murder capital, as it has more homicides than any other neighborhood in the city. Englewood has almost daily shootings, with an annual homicide rate of around 70.