Tuesday, October 31, 2006
America's Safest Cities on Google Maps
USA Today has reported on a new list put out by Morgan Quitno Press which ranks crime rates in US cities titled: "Ranking of least, most dangerous cities". Virender Ajmani decided to focus on the safest cities in that city crime rankings list and has created a Google Maps Mashup showing the top 25 called: America's Safest Cities. For each of the 25 cities he's included a collection of videos and Google Maps searches for the locations of police stations and after school programs. Coming in at #1 is Brick, New Jersey while the top 2 most dangerous go to the cities that recently took part in the 2006 World Series - St. Louis (#1), Detroit (#2).
Posted by Mike Pegg at 6:41 AM