Chicago is the most dangerous city in the country, and the highest.
The average rate of violent crime in the city is 15.8 per 100,000 people, according to a new report by the Brennan Center for Justice.
The study also found that in the last five years, crime in Chicago has increased by nearly 40 percent.
The city is also one of the most violent in the nation, with more than half of its residents being victims of violence every year.
The report, released on Wednesday by the advocacy group The Brennan Center, found that the most common type of crime in 2016 was robbery, with 16,836 victims killed.
Chicago has been ranked as the fourth most dangerous place to live by the Bureau of Justice Statistics since 2011.
The most common violent crime reported was aggravated assault, which involved “intentional” violence.
About 5,000 homicides were reported in Chicago in 2016, and 2,917 were fatal.
The Chicago Police Department (CPD) says the city’s crime rate is the fifth highest in the United States.
The CPD reported an increase in homicides and assaults in the Chicago area in the past three years, and a significant decrease in shootings, which has led to a decrease in homicides.
A Chicago Tribune investigation found that a number of the top police departments in the US were located in Chicago.
In 2016, Chicago Police officers were involved in more than 3,500 shootings, and an estimated 1,000 officers were injured.
The Tribune found that there were more than 1,500 homicides in Chicago that year, and 4,000 that year.