New Hampshire Home Security Systems
In 2009, the rate of violent crime in New Hampshire was lower than the national average by nearly 60%, and the property crime rate was lower than the national average by over 25%, according to CityRating.com and Nashuatelegraph.com.*
In fact, New Hampshire had the nation's third lowest rate of violent crime in 2009 and the nation's lowest murder rate. As for property crime, New Hampshire had the country's fourth lowest rate in 2009. That same year, it was the seventh lowest in terms of burglary rate.
There were 4,928 burglaries in New Hampshire in 2009. Although that is considered a low number compared to the majority of the nation, it still averages out to over 13 burglaries per day across the state. Nationwide, an estimated three of every four houses are expected to be broken into over the next 20 years.