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Mount Dora Annual Crimes

ViolentPropertyTotal

Number of Crimes

64

568

632

Crime Rate
(per 1,000 residents)

4.41

39.13

43.54

Violent Crime Comparison (per 1,000 residents)

4.41

3.78

My Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Violent Crime

Mount Dora VIOLENT CRIMES

Population: 14,516
MurderRapeRobberyAssault
Report Total0 2 1052
Rate per 1,0000.000.140.693.58

United States VIOLENT CRIMES

Population: 328,239,523
MurderRapeRobberyAssault
Report Total16,425139,815267,988821,182
Rate per 1,0000.050.430.822.50

Property Crime Comparison (per 1,000 residents)

39.13

21.46

My Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Property Crime

Mount Dora Property CRIMES

Population: 14,516
burglarytheftmotor vehicle theft
Report Total10342639
Rate per 1,0007.1029.352.69

United States Property CRIMES

Population: 328,239,523
burglarytheftmotor vehicle theft
Report Total1,117,6965,086,096721,885
Rate per 1,0003.4115.502.20

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Stats show drop in crime, trouble in Leesburg, Mount Dora | Commentary

The number of crimes in Lake County and its cities dropped by 4.1% in 2018.

The 2018 uniform crime statistics, released last week, show the usual ebb and flow of crime across the county, but the numbers also reveal more than just a few troubling spots where police agencies need to get to work.

First, the overall crime rate: All of Lake County’s agencies together had 4.1% percent fewer offenses in 2018 than in 2017. Whoo-hoo!

The types of crimes being compared are limited but they’re the biggies — murder, rape, robbery, larceny, assault, burglary and motor vehicle theft.

The beauty is that the stats allow even the most casual researcher to accurately compare agencies to one another. The uniform crime statistics are gathered by each individual police agency and reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and each department’s statistician takes a class to make sure that the crimes are being counted in the same way.

Researchers can accurately compare raw crime data along with the number of crimes per 100,000 people — that gives a valid look at crime in very different sized cities — and can look back to previous years.

The disturbing numbers for 2018 come the cities of Leesburg and Mount Dora. Yes, Mount Dora. It’s not all art and wine over there.

Leesburg’s high volume of crime comes as no surprise. Back through the early 2000s, the city had an even higher crime rate, Police Chief Rob Hicks said. For 2018, Leesburg reported 5,962 crimes per 100,000 people. In 2000, for example, the rate was 8,673 crimes per 100,000.

Leesburg’s rate last year is second-highest in all of Orange, Osceola, Polk, Marion, Seminole and Sumter counties. Only the historically black tiny city of Eatonville in Orange reported a higher rate — 7,490 crimes per 100,000.

Leesburg Police Chief Rob Hicks.

Hicks pointed out that Leesburg’s rate per 100,000 dropped by 16 percent between 2017 and 2018. He attributed some of the rate to thugs from other places traveling to Leesburg to do their bad deeds, many serious.

“The problem is people coming through our city commit crimes, but they don’t lay their head on a pillow here,” he said. “We have [U.S. Highways] 27, 441 and the turnpike, pretty much every north-south road.

“That’s been the story in Leesburg for almost 25 years.”

Still, several south Lake cities also are near major roads but had far less crime. Groveland’s crime rate per 100,000 was 1,304; Mascotte, 2,195; Minneola, 1,077; and Clermont, 2,007.

Hicks likely will be feeling the pressure as The Villages, that retirement mega-community, begins to build a Leesburg “village” on the south end of town along County Road 470 in the next few years.

Consider that the crime rate for the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, which provides police protection for more than 100,000 retired Villages residents, is 920 per 100,000. Sweet! Just don’t leave your keys in your car. No place is that safe, including Mount Dora.

Downtown Mount Dora is a popular spot with locals and tourists.

That’s the message Acting Police Chief Robert Bell has been trying to spread. He said people sometimes feel too safe in Mount Dora, often because of the city’s quaint reputation. After all, who associates art with getting mugged? Residents who are lax with their cars explain part of the 23% increase in crime in 2018, on the heels of a 25% increase the previous year.

Bell pointed out that violent crime was down by 18% while larcenies drove much of the increase. He said the agency also doubled its burglary arrests.

Many of the thefts are committed by teenagers, often juveniles, looking for an easy score they find in an unlocked car. The agency arrested one juvenile five times last year for the same types of crimes.

“They’re either turned over to their parents or they’re in for a couple days and then they’re back out doing the same exact thing again,” he said.

"This is Mount Dora, but you’ve got to lock your car doors, and you can’t leave your laptop laying in the back seat,” Bell said.

The small town of Astatula tried to report its crimes for 2018, but “FDLE kicked them back,” said Police Chief Walter Hoagland, vowing to make sure the report is done correctly for 2019. He said last year’s statistics were about the same as the previous year with roughly 15 burglaries and 10 larcenies and 75% of them solved.

“Hey, our homicide rate is down 100%,” Hoagland said hopefully.

Funny guy. One murder in 2017, none in 2018.

The luckiest chief in the county, however, is Howey-in-the-Hills’ Rick Thomas. The agency reported 14 crimes and all of them solved.

“Our secret is our citizens. They really make our job easy, to be honest. We have great clientele in Howey — hardly any lawbreakers,” he said. “It’s the old cliché about nosy neighbors."

The Howey mansion in Howey-in-the-Hills is visible through the gate out front, photographed May 29, 2019.

Sometimes, the agency gets an unexpected break such as when a bunch of kids broke into the Howey mansion before the historic house was transformed into an event venue.

“They uploaded the video, so now we know who they are,” he said. “We just started going to their houses.”

But times may be changing.

Thomas said the department has done surveys and the demographics show that the largest chunk of the population has lived there 20 years or longer. Now, he said, the second biggest group is starting to creep up on the longtime residents.

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Those folks have lived in Howey between one and five years, the chief said. And no wonder.

“A lot of people fall in love with the charm in our community. It’s a good place to live and grow up. There’s a large percentage of home-schooled kids,” Thomas said.

The police know just about everybody in the town of 1,500 souls. And if they don’t, expect an introduction soon because they’re watching. Creepy? Or reassuring? You decide.

“We have one young couple — I don’t know their name but they’re CrossFit people I’m guessing — they have one or two kids in a stroller. They run with that stroller. I mean, they run.

“For the kids, it must be like riding a rollercoaster, I presume,” Thomas speculated with a chuckle.

Sours: https://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-op-lauren-ritchie-crime-statistics-2018-20190625-avpb4mnkjjaxnii5ocwdru4vie-story.html
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Mount Dora's crime rate

There were 632 crimes reported in Mount Dora, Florida in 2019, the most recent year crime data is available. Adjusted for population, the city’s annual crime rate is 4,361 incidents for every 100,000 people.

How does Mount Dora compare?

Mount Dora has a higher overall crime rate than the vast majority of U.S. cities. For comparison, the national total crime rate is 2,489 incidents for every 100,000 people.

Mount Dora's overall crime rate is 73% higher than the overall crime rate in Florida. Statewide, there were 542,116 crimes reported in 2019, or 2,524 for every 100,000 people.

What types of crimes are being committed?

The FBI's crime rate includes seven crime categories: three property crimes -- larceny, burglary, and motor vehicle theft, and four violent crimes -- aggravated assault, robbery, rape, and murder.

Mount Dora compared to other cities in Florida

Mount Dora has a higher crime rate than the vast majority of all comparable cities in Florida. To be considered comparable, a city must have a complete 2019 FBI crime report and population of 5,000 or more.

Here are all comparable cities ranked by total crime rate. Click any bar or city name to see more about crime in that city.

Click here to see a list of all city crime pages.

Click here to see a list of all state crime pages.

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According to our research of Florida and other state lists, there were 43 registered sex offenders living in Mount Dora, Florida as of October 22, 2021.
The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Mount Dora is 324 to 1.


When are crimes committed in Mount Dora, FL?

Violent crime rate in 2019
Mount Dora:227.7
U.S. Average:205.8

Violent crime rate in 2018
Mount Dora:260.9
U.S. Average:208.2

Violent crime rate in 2017
Mount Dora:329.7
U.S. Average:215.2

Violent crime rate in 2016
Mount Dora:195.7
U.S. Average:216.3

Violent crime rate in 2015
Mount Dora:338.7
U.S. Average:208.5

Violent crime rate in 2014
Mount Dora:256.4
U.S. Average:200.7

Violent crime rate in 2013
Mount Dora:250.1
U.S. Average:204.3

Violent crime rate in 2012
Mount Dora:279.4
U.S. Average:214.5

Violent crime rate in 2011
Mount Dora:366.9
U.S. Average:214.1

Violent crime rate in 2010
Mount Dora:288.2
U.S. Average:223.2

Violent crime rate in 2009
Mount Dora:310.0
U.S. Average:238.0

Violent crime rate in 2008
Mount Dora:431.5
U.S. Average:252.4

Violent crime rate in 2007
Mount Dora:533.7
U.S. Average:259.7

Violent crime rate in 2006
Mount Dora:437.1
U.S. Average:264.1

Violent crime rate in 2005
Mount Dora:500.0
U.S. Average:258.9

Violent crime rate in 2004
Mount Dora:603.7
U.S. Average:256.0

Violent crime rate in 2003
Mount Dora:442.4
U.S. Average:262.6

Violent crime rate in 2002
Mount Dora:438.2
U.S. Average:272.2

Property crime rate in 2019
Mount Dora:329.5
U.S. Average:178.6

Property crime rate in 2018
Mount Dora:280.7
U.S. Average:190.2

Property crime rate in 2017
Mount Dora:300.3
U.S. Average:206.4

Property crime rate in 2016
Mount Dora:232.7
U.S. Average:216.6

Property crime rate in 2015
Mount Dora:275.0
U.S. Average:221.5

Property crime rate in 2014
Mount Dora:296.2
U.S. Average:230.8

Property crime rate in 2013
Mount Dora:275.1
U.S. Average:250.4

Property crime rate in 2012
Mount Dora:290.8
U.S. Average:267.3

Property crime rate in 2011
Mount Dora:312.2
U.S. Average:273.5

Property crime rate in 2010
Mount Dora:303.1
U.S. Average:276.4

Property crime rate in 2009
Mount Dora:297.1
U.S. Average:285.6

Property crime rate in 2008
Mount Dora:400.9
U.S. Average:302.2

Property crime rate in 2007
Mount Dora:495.9
U.S. Average:309.2

Property crime rate in 2006
Mount Dora:379.7
U.S. Average:317.3

Property crime rate in 2005
Mount Dora:342.2
U.S. Average:322.3

Property crime rate in 2004
Mount Dora:369.5
U.S. Average:327.4

Property crime rate in 2003
Mount Dora:390.2
U.S. Average:334.1

Property crime rate in 2002
Mount Dora:459.7
U.S. Average:336.9
Murders per 100,000 population
Rapes per 100,000 population
Robberies per 100,000 population
Assaults per 100,000 population
Burglaries per 100,000 population
Thefts per 100,000 population
Auto thefts per 100,000 population
Arson per 100,000 population

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2019, including police officers: 59 (40 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.76
Florida average:2.14

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2018, including police officers: 60 (44 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.10
Florida average:2.08

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2017, including police officers: 47 (33 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.34
Florida average:2.17

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2016, including police officers: 51 (34 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.46
Florida average:2.38

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2015, including police officers: 49 (34 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.53
Florida average:2.41

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2013, including police officers: 47 (32 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.50
Florida average:2.45

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2012, including police officers: 46 (31 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.44
Florida average:2.46

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2011, including police officers: 45 (30 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.39
Florida average:2.39

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2010, including police officers: 47 (32 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.28
Florida average:2.45

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2009, including police officers: 48 (33 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.50
Florida average:2.48

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2008, including police officers: 50 (35 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:2.85
Florida average:2.48

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2007, including police officers: 50 (36 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.03
Florida average:2.47

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2006, including police officers: 48 (32 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.40
Florida average:2.54

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2005, including police officers: 45 (32 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.40
Florida average:2.40

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2004, including police officers: 42 (30 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.19
Florida average:2.53

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2003, including police officers: 43 (31 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:3.29
Florida average:2.55

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees in Mount Dora, FL
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees - Officers
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees - Civilians

Zip codes:32757.

Sours: https://www.city-data.com/crime/crime-Mount-Dora-Florida.html

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