Crime and Place (USA)

Crime and Place (USA)


  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2016-01-14
  • Current Version: 1.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 159.95 MB
  • Developer: AMGCI, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
Score: 4
From 36 Ratings


Your personal safety is priceless. Stay situationally aware with Crime and Place. Now get the latest crime data set for free! Sign up for a free trial subscription for access to the latest crime data. Keep the data even if you cancel the subscription. Whether at home or traveling in the United States, Crime and Place™ is an indispensable tool for gaining visibility to personal and property crime trends, to help you avoid becoming a statistic. Learn more at • Crime Compass - Quickly see your surroundings as you move • Map Overlay - A fully interactive heat map with GPS tracking and search capabilities • Customizable - Calibrate data to suit your needs, set up notifications, and more Notifications require background GPS use. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. IMPORTANT NOTE: This app is not designed to, nor does it provide any guarantee of safety. Please read the License Agreement in its entirety before purchasing or installing this app. Subscription Information 2016 crime data is included by default. Optional subscription runs for 1 full year from date of purchase and provides access to the latest crime data (currently 2017). Major updates of crime data are released yearly with minor revisions released quarterly. Purchased data will remain accessible even after subscriptions expire. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Privacy policy: Subscription terms of use:



  • Air Force Base a danger zone??

    By Tinsquid
    Just purchased this app and looked around the local area. I can’t believe the murder and robbery rates for a military installation. This is not accurate, but other ratings seemed about what I know about the local area.
  • Outdated

    By carlos.r
    I just paid almost $20 for an app that shows me 2016 data? The description says 2018 data is available but within the app it only gives me 2015 and 2016 options. What a waste of money, at least for me. Update: now I get it, after you buy the app is when you realize that if you want it to really work for the purpose you bought it, you have to pay $5 monthly to get recent data, 2018 but you don’t know the date period. Otherwise you have to stick with almost three years old data, you don’t need to pay even one dollar for that, other FREE sites show you more recent data, not from 2015 and 2016!
  • Awesome Concept... Questionable Accuracy

    By merc4hire.chris
    I really enjoy this app’s concept. And I was convinced that this would be a great and reliable way to avoid bad areas... until dug a little deeper. I looked up the crime rate for an affluent area I lived at not too long ago, and I was surprised to find that it was above the national average above 6. This really surprised me, as this address was in one of the safest areas in the city, with some of the most expensive homes in that state. I suspected that something was wrong. I decided to compare this and other neighborhoods on other crime tracking websites, and I found that often times they didn’t match at all. Some websites listed high crime areas in places that the app displayed green, and vice versa. Some of those websites also listed locations and descriptions of reported crimes, and they didn’t really track well with what the app displays. One area was dark red in the app, but didn’t show up as having reported crimes from other websites. So really, if the data is questionable, what conclusions can you safely draw from using the app? One cannot confirm that the app is working as intended by saying crimes that weren’t committed to them. I feel the developer can improve the app by disclosing where the data comes from, and perhaps adding markers of reported crimes in specific areas so we can better see what goes behind the color. I want to be able to trust this app, and I hope the developer takes these considerations in mind.
  • Amazing app

    By petomir27
    We move recently to the United States and don’t know to much about the best places to live. This app help us a lot. Is easy to understand because the scale of color to see the crime areas. Every time we go to a place the information was accurate.
  • Great app for travel

    By Firefly meets Red Dwarf
    If you travel this app help define what areas you are in or near have crime stats. Great for both walking or driving as well as real estate... Worth your coin
  • Nicely done

    By Bdogg82
    Great job updating the app to a full screen map on the iPad, this is very useful for more quickly scanning larger areas for travel. Five stars for sure.
  • Total waste

    By Huey p newton
    Can’t believe I spent 10 bucks on this crap. You vent even see who committed the crimes in your area!
  • Very Accurate

    By Acclaim242
    I have lived in the Los Angeles County my entire life and while driving for Lyft there were some neighborhoods I felt uncomfortable at night doing pickups. With this app I would drop off a passenger and turn off the Lyft app if this app said it was rough.
  • Waste of money

    By Ahnajs
    it doesn't do much! Kind of pointless. I can't really do anything
  • Great app

    By Billy Bob Joe Ate My Sandwich
    Everything i wanted and then some