YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Youngstown is among the top 20 of the safest cities to live in Ohio, according to a new study.
SafeHome looked at crime statistics in major cities around the state with a population of at least 42,000.
Youngstown is listed as the 17th safest city.
The study gave Youngstown a safety rating of 63 based on property and violent crimes.
Dublin, which is also in the top 10th percentile in the entire country, ranked number one. The city had a safety rating of 88, according to the study.
Columbus came in at 15 and Akron was 16th.
Cleveland didn’t make the list.