Iowa, also called the Cyclone Country, holds a population of 3,134,693 (as of 2016). The state of Iowa is the 26th most extensive by area and 30th largest by population. Des Moines is both the capital and the largest city of Iowa. Des Moines has a population of 203,433.
Waterloo and Cedar Falls are the most dangerous cities in Iowa. The violent crime rate in these cities is 497 per 100,000 people. The state indicator is only 286.1 per 100,000 residents, which is the 18the lowest in the country.
The poverty rate in these cities is 12.4%, the unemployment rate is at 3.6% (the same rate for the state is 3.4%). Capital punishment was abolished in Iowa in 1965.
The safest cities are Eldridge and Hampton.
Both the Iowa Department of Corrections and the County Sheriff’s offices are in charge of the criminal records of inmates. Some county offices share this information through online databases, where searches can be performed by name. Other county offices provide the information by phone, mail, or a personal visit.
A more flexible search can be performed through the online database managed by the Iowa DOC. Some of these results will include the mugshots of the accused.