You need to research this yourself. Realtors are prohibited from giving opinions on neighborhoods because it violates Fair Housing laws and they can lose their licenses. There are websites you can visit, however, as a former realtor I advise you to do the following for best results:
Visit the local police departments in person. Ask them about crime, safety, which neighborhoods are better than others, etc. Police officers are not subject to Fair Housing laws. Explain that you want to move into the neighborhood otherwise they will suspect you want to rob homes or commit crimes.
Leave your contact information with the local elementary school (visit their office). Ask to have one of the parents on the Parent Teacher organization call you. You want to find out what living in the neighborhood is like and the quality of the local schools. As a guideline, top rated public schools always hold or increase the homes value in those neighborhoods. Homes in lower quality / poor school districts don't hold up their values.
Visit local parks / playgrounds and start a conversation with local residents.