Vermont's crime rate of 1.87 per thousand persons is among the lowest in the US, making it a perfect state to live in. It is mainly famous for its beautiful mountains, historic covered bridges, and brilliant fall foliage.
The next on our list is Iowa, home to 3.1 million people. Iowa, with its gently rolling hills and quaint small towns, is a state that manages to combine the best of both urban conveniences and rural splendor.
The state of California takes precautions to protect its citizens from the 4.4 per thousand persons annual crime rate. However, the state's crime rate is far greater than the average of the states we looked at in this article.