National Council for Home Safety rates O’Fallon as Missouri’s safest large city and #13 overall
The newest report from the National Council for Home Safety and Security again found that O’Fallon is one of the safest cities in Missouri.
The National Council for Home Safety and Security named O’Fallon as the 13th safest City in the state in a report, “The Safest Cities in Missouri 2019.” With a population of more than 87,000 residents, O’Fallon was the only City with a population over 50,000 residents to be rated in the top 20. O’Fallon recorded 158 violent crimes and 1,006 property crimes.
“This is truly a testament to our residents and businesses who look out for their community and work to keep their neighborhoods safe,” said O’Fallon’s Mayor, Bill Hennessy. “And, it’s further evidence of the tremendous work being done by our O’Fallon Police Department. These men and women dedicate every day of their lives to keeping us safe and secure.”
The report was listed https://www.alarms.org/safest-cities-in-missouri.