Secondly, if you really want to move to Indy, but are afraid that you will move to a crime-ridden snake nest, sit down for a moment and dive into the statistics of the area in which you really want to live. With some of the best suburbs in the world, you can imagine that there are a lot of extremely safe places to live in Indy, with very low crime rates. Areas with a higher population density, such as the city center, will always have higher crime rates, this applies to any major city. Take a look at the neighborhood you want to live in and even ask if you're still undecided.
Better yet, give me a call, I know Indy like the back of my hand and I can help make sure he feels good about his new neighborhood and his new home. Indiana is one of 14 states that experienced decreases in both violent crime and property crime this reported year. Both their violent crime and property crime rates are below national averages. Statistically speaking, Indianapolis is not a safe place to visit.
It has the tenth highest crime rate in the nation and its property crime rate is also significantly high. I'm from Los Angeles, CA, I feel that Indianapolis is not a good place to experience crime, violence, the bad boy, summer, being turned on. I prefer to be in California, it's boring, there's nothing to do in Indianapolis, I prefer to be in Las Vegas.