Most Dangerous Neighborhoods In Sarasota, Florida

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Here are the most dangerous neighborhoods in Sarasota for 2021 according to AreaVibes.com. The rankings are calculated based on the number of violent crimes per 100,000 people for each neighborhood, compared to the Sarasota violent crime average. Violent crimes include murder, rape, robbery and assault. The most dangerous areas in Sarasota is based on data from the local law enforcement agency and when not available, also includes estimates based on demographic data.

Most Dangerous Neighborhoods In Sarasota, Florida

#1 DOWNTOWN

POPULATION 3,233
334%
VIOLENT CRIMES 2,366 crimes / 100k people
334% more crime than Sarasota

#2 ROSEMARY DISTRICT

POPULATION 1,093
294%
VIOLENT CRIMES 2,150 crimes / 100k people
294% more crime than Sarasota

#3 17TH STREET

POPULATION 1,339
194%
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,606 crimes / 100k people
194% more crime than Sarasota

#4 ORIGINAL GILLESPIE PARK

POPULATION 863
155%
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,390 crimes / 100k people
155% more crime than Sarasota

#5 CENTRAL COCOANUT

POPULATION 1,837
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,388 crimes / 100k people
154% more crime than Sarasota

#6 SAINT ARMANDS

POPULATION 157
134%
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,274 crimes / 100k people
134% more crime than Sarasota

#7 AMARYLLIS PARK

POPULATION 3,094
131%
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,261 crimes / 100k people
131% more crime than Sarasota

#8 INDIAN BEACH-SAPPHIRE SHORES

POPULATION 1,090
VIOLENT CRIMES 1,055 crimes / 100k people
93% more crime than Sarasota

#9 POINSETTIA PARK

POPULATION 236
55%
VIOLENT CRIMES 847 crimes / 100k people
55% more crime than Sarasota

#10 BAYOU OAKS

POPULATION 3,472
53%
VIOLENT CRIMES 8
35 crimes / 100k people

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