Hamilton County, Indiana has a crime rate of 22.70 per 1000 residents, which is lower than the American average of 22 for violent crimes and 35 for property crimes. People who live in the county generally consider the southeastern part of the county to be the safest. When looking at the Hamilton County crime map, it's important to remember that the crime rate per resident may seem exaggerated when people visit the area during the day, but don't live there. In comparison to the Indiana state average and the national average, Hamilton County is safer.
Investigating further, you can find detailed statistics by year on the rates of homicides, robberies, motor vehicle thefts, aggravated assault and more. The map below shows a simple count of crime in Hamilton County, meaning it will look a lot like state population maps.