Here are the Most Dangerous Cities in Ohio to Avoid in 2023

Joe Mertens

Disclaimer: The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes.

In the beautiful state of Ohio, several places were put on the list of the most dangerous cities in the entire state.

The Travel Safe website made a list of the most dangerous cities in the state of Ohio. Here's what they were.

At the top of the list was Cleveland, OH. The population here is roughly 368,000 people.

The website says, "In 2019, Cleveland was the 6th most dangerous city in the United States, tied with Little Rock, Arkansas. However, by February 2022, it had dropped to 7th place. As of 2022, it has the third-highest rate of murder and aggravated assault among medium-sized US cities (250,000 and 499,999 people). In addition, it is the most dangerous city in Ohio as of 2021."

Other places in Ohio that made the list were Canton, Toledo, Mansfield, Lima, Moraine, Warren, Napoleon, Akron, and Springfield.

Despite being on this list, these Ohio cities are still loved by a lot of people and shouldn't discourage you from visiting as long as the proper precautions are taken!

Those are the places in Ohio that have been ranked as some of the most dangerous cities in the entire state.

What do you think about this? Do you think these places should have been on the list? Have you been to these cities before? Did you enjoy your experience there? Did you think they were dangerous? Comment below and let me know!

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