The chance of being a victim of violent or property crimes in Marion is 1 in 32.According to FBI crime data, Marion isn't one of the safest communities in the United States. Compared to Indiana, Marion has a crime rate higher than 91% of the state's cities and towns of all sizes. More problems arise with places like airports, parks and schools. The main airports, of which Marion has 0, always seem to be places of high crime due to the large number of people and the low population nearby.
Designated parks and recreational areas, of which Marion has 6, have the same problem. Of Marion's 39,413 residents, few live near recreational areas. Because many people visit it, crime rates may seem higher even in safe parks. Ultimately, crime happens where people are, whether they live there or not.
Before you rate an area as unsafe, look at the crime rate and total crime maps, and then consider nearby destinations that people can visit. Marion is a small place. I haven't seen any unsafe part of Indiana and I live downtown. But rural Indiana steal a lot from each other.
If she's not tied up, some peasant is going to go with her. Jump to a detailed profile, search for a site with Google, or try the advanced search Talk about Marion, Indiana (IN) on our popular Indiana forum. This can be confusing for a tourist new to Indiana because Marion County is where Indianapolis is located. Considering the crime rate alone, Marion is as safe as the Indiana state average and as safe as the national average.