WARREN, NJ - Warren Township ranks as the 9th safest place to live in New Jersey in 2017, up from 12th last year, according to the SafeWise Report which ranked the 50 safest cities in the Garden State.
SafeWise said, "I'm very happy to announce that, for the 4th year in a row, The SafeWise Report has released its 2017 Safest Cities in New Jersey Report. Your city ranked among the top safest in the state!"
Here's a link to the report: http://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-new-jersey/
In order to compare small and large cities, a crime rate per 1,000 residents was calculated. Warren Township's rate for violent crimes per 1,000 residents was .19. Its rate for property crimes was 3.73 per 1,000.