Exploring the Link between Crime and Socio-Economic Status in Ottawa and Saskatoon: A Small-Area Geographical Analysis

Figure 7.4 - City of Saskatoon, Major Property Offences, 2003, Rate per 1,000 Population

Figure 7.4 - City of Saskatoon, Major Property Offences, 2003, Rate per 1,000 Population

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The map shows the rate of major property offences in Saskatoon neighbourhoods in 2003. Neighbourhoods with the lowest rate of major property offences (0 to 10.0) are represented by a light green, those with low rates of major property offences (10.1 to 20.0) are represented by a slightly darker green, neighbourhoods with moderate rates of major property offences (20.1 to 40.0) are represented by a darker green, neighbourhoods with high rates of major property offences (40.1 to 70.0) are represented by a dark green and neighbourhoods with the highest rates of major property offences (70.1 to 150.0) are represented by a darker green.

The map demonstrates that the areas with high and highest rates of major property offences are seen in neighbourhoods in the Western part of the city, with many clustered in and around Saskatoon’s inner city. The majority of the neighbourhoods characterized by low and moderate rates of major property offences are seen in the Southeast neighbourhoods of the city.

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