Michigan, also known as the Great Lake State, holds about 10 million residents, according to 2016 estimates. The largest city is Detroit, with a population of 713,777. It was named a City of Design by UNESCO in 2015. The capital city of the state is Lansing.
Saginaw is the most dangerous city in Michigan. The violent crime rate of Saginaw is 604.5 per 100,000 people, while the state rate is 415.5 per 100,000 residents (15th highest in the country).
Saginaw has a poverty rate of 18.4%, and the unemployment rate here is 5%, which is the same for the state. This city is actually more dangerous than Detroit. In fact, the local police operates a helicopter from the Saginaw County airport to improve response time. Residents of the city are encouraged to report crimes through a special online portal.
Capital punishment was abolished in Michigan in 1846.
The safest cities you can visit are Beverly Hills and Huntington Woods.
Inmate information and mugshots are handled by the Michigan Department of Corrections and the Sheriff’s office in each county. The search filters are various, including marks like scars and tattoos.
The sex offenders’ registry is available online and is managed by the Michigan State Police.