The Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the U.S.

Think your practice is located in a high-crime area? According to a new survey, you have a 1 in 1 chance of being mugged, having your car stolen or having your laptop ripped off within a year in these five neighborhoods.

Think your practice is located in a high-crime area? In the most dangerous neighborhoods in the U.S., you have a 1 in 1 chance of being mugged, having your car stolen or having your laptop ripped off within a year, according to a new report by AOL Inc.'s personal-finance website WalletPop.

The statistics were published by WalletPop, using exclusive neighborhood-crime data developed by Dr. Andrew Schiller at NeighborhoodScout.com. The rankings were based on data provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the property crime rate is based on the predicted number of property crimes per 1,000 neighborhood residents.

The report doesn’t rank neighborhoods by physical violence; instead, these are neighborhoods that have seen the most rampant home, auto and personal-property thefts. Out of more than 60,000 neighborhoods in the U.S., WalletPop ranked these the five most dangerous neighborhoods for personal-property crimes:

5. Oklahoma City, Okla. (10th Street/Hudson Avenue)

Downtown

Property Crime Rate: 679.28

Chances of Becoming a Victim in One Year: 1 in 1

Median Resident Age: 34.0 years

Estimated Median Household Income (2009): $41,411

Estimated Median House or Condo Price (2009): $ 126,700

Median Rent (2009): $676

Central Business District

4. Huntsville, Ala. (Patton Road/Martin Road)

Big Spring International Park

Property Crime Rate: 691.64

Chances of Becoming a Victim in One Year: 1 in 1

Median Resident Age: 36.7 years

Estimated Median Household Income (2009): $48,786

Estimated Median House or Condo Price (2009): $ 155,500

Median Rent (2009): $664

Big Spring

3. Schofield Barracks, Hawaii (McCornack Road/Hewitt Street)

Militarybases.com

Property Crime Rate: 759.85

Chances of Becoming a Victim in One Year: 1 in 1

Median Resident Age: 22.1 years

Estimated Median Household Income (2009): $39,926

Estimated Median house or Condo Price (2009): $ 181,842

Median Rent (2009): $1,877

Nearby Honolulu. Photo by Cristo Vlahos

2. Logan, W.V.

Property Crime Rate: 770.06

Chances of Becoming a Victim in One Year: 1 in 1

Median Resident Age: 46.2 years

Estimated Median Household Income (2009): $ 32,725

Estimated Median House or Condo Price (2009): $74,132

Median Rent (2009): $647

1. Isla Vista, Calif. (Ocean Road/El Colegio Road)

Isla Vista beach

Property Crime Rate: 1019.21.

Chances of Becoming a Victim in One Year: 1 in 1

Median Resident Age: 21.1 years

Estimated Median Household Income (2009): $31,611

Estimated Median House or Condo Price (2009): $349,578

Median Rent (2009): $1,265

Nearby University of Santa Barbara

To see the top 15 most dangerous neighborhoods in the U.S., visit WalletPop. (Source for median age, income, home values and rent provided by City-Data.com.