Crime & Safety in 92056>Question Details

Ch, Other/Just Looking in Carlsbad, CA

Oceanside Crime Rate in Rancho del Oro: 92056

Asked by Ch, Carlsbad, CA Thu Jun 28, 2007

Trying to decide whether to rent in Rancho del Oro: What's the crime rate like in Oceanside in RDO between El Camino Real and Rancho del Oro Pkwy, just N. of the 78?

Help the community by answering this question:


Automated Regional Justice Information System is a very good source for Oceanside and San Diego County Crime Statistics:

Hope this helps!!
Web Reference:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 21, 2008
You can go to my website and preview my crimemapping'll find it on the left side of my home page under local area information
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 21, 2008
Go to and find the stats page. You can actually search the actual mls through the site.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 26, 2007
The area you describe has quite a mix of housing include new KHovnanian townhomes, tract homes, a senior community, and a golf course community. As with any area, there is usually more activity nearer busy streets.

Here's a summary from the start of July 2007 until mid August of all kinds of crime activity, including traffic related incidents. This is from a website that compiles all the police data throughout San Diego County and is a great source of information that I use for my buyers when they are considering a specific home since you can search by street addresses also. I uploaded the map for your area of interest to one of my websites: http://FileLibrary.MYAASite.Com/Content/12/12509/23986963.pdf

This may fall in to the category of "too much information" for some people, but I think if you compare this area to others in Oceanside, you will find there are fewer incidents of crime that causes a concern.

You may also want to consider the Villages of Rancho Del Oro for renting. Geographically, this is between Oceanside Blvd and Hwy 76 a few blocks east and west of College Blvd.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 18, 2007
As an agent we are often the "source of the source" when there is information requires interpretation.

With that said I would recommend that you speak with the police department there. Also there are many useful tools online. I found this one that is specific to that area:

Please note that I do not endorse any of these services but only recommend that you include them in your research.

Good luck!

Web Reference:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 28, 2007
Search Advice
Ask our community a question
Email me when…

Learn more

Copyright © 2015 Trulia, Inc. All rights reserved.   |  
Have a question? Visit our Help Center to find the answer