Rochester is the 5th most dangerous city in upstate New York according to FBI crime data. The number of murders, rape cases, robbery and other crimes are all taken into account. See the full list here.

Rochester is the 5th most dangerous city in upstate New York according to FBI crime data. The number of murders, rape cases, robbery and other crimes are all taken into account.

The most dangerous city is Niagara Falls; followed by Newburgh and Buffalo.

This is based on 2016 data. Rochester ranked sixth last year.

The report listed 25 cities along with its crime score, population, total violent and property crimes, total murders and burglaries and its ranking on last year's list of "most dangerous cities." Here's a snapshot of our area.

See the full list of dangerous Upstate cities here.

 #5 Rochester (Monroe County)

Crime score: 1449

Violent crimes: 1845

murders: 43

Property crimes: 7812

Burglaries: 1475

Population: 209643

Previous year: #6

#23 Village of Albion (Orleans County)

Crime score: 1039

Violent crimes: 28

Murders: 0

Property crimes: 199

Burglaries: 35

Population: 5984

Previous year: unranked

#21 Batavia (Genesee County)

Crime score: 1050

Violent crimes: 69

Murders: 0

Property crimes: 508

Burglaries: 86

Population: 14931

Previous year: unranked