Also, check out http://www.longbeach.gov/police/statistics.asp . This has each district mapped out and numbered for easy reference. A great Long Beach Resource.
Another thing I advise my clients to do is to check out the neighborhood at different times on weekends, evenings, etc. Talk to neighbors and get their opinion. Afterall, who would know the neighborhood better. This usually gives potential buyers a feel for the area and a chance to interact with potential new neighbors.
Best of Luck,
Century 21 Beachside
If you want more specific information, may I suggest you call the Long Beach Police Department - North Long Beach Division's non-emergency number 562-570-9825. This will connect you to Marlene and she is the LBPD's crime statistics expert for the North Division ... I hope this information helps.
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The best resource for issues of neighborhood safety is the local police department or the county sheriff's department. they have access to the mose accurate and current information and are generally very willing to assist people.
There is a huge liability factor here if you were to have this question answered by an agent, then a few days after you move in you encounter a crime issue whether major or minor. Your decision to purchase this home would have been based on the agentâ€™s perspective as to how safe the area was.