#1 - Town of Oconomowoc: A report by the National Council for Home Safety and Security rates the Town of Oconomowoc as the safest place to live within the state of Wisconsin. The report claims this community has the lowest crime rates in the state primarily because of the diligence the people residing the in the town when it comes to neighborhood watch.
#2 - Freedom: The report finds the likelihood of property being damaged through crime in Freedom is only 8.18%. The crime rate also falls far below the US average, at 4.3%.
#3 - Mukwonago: Although the Town of Mukwonago's violent crime rate is a bit higher than some of Wisconsin’s other towns at 18.5%, the reports finds the community has a very low property crime rate for its population, at 8.29%.
#4 - Muskego: The report says Muskego has some of the lowest crime rates in Wisconsin, at just 9.55%. The property crime average is 16.3%.
#5 - Hobart-Lawrence: Property crime is so infrequent that only 68 of 1,000 people have contributed to the problem, which makes Hobart-Lawrence an ideal city for safety, the National Council for Home Safety and Security says. Violent crimes occur only rarely, making the average 95.53% less frequent than the American average.
#6 - Kronenwetter: The village in Marathon County, is the largest village by land area in the state of Wisconsin, as well as in the entire United States, and the third-largest community by population in Marathon County.
#7 - Oregon: The village in Dane County has a population of 9,231, according to the 2010 census data.
#8 - Jackson: The village in Washington County has a population of 6,753, according to the 2010 census.
#9 - Waunakee: The Dane County village has a population of 12,097, according to the 2010 census.
#10 - Grand Rapids: The town in Wood County with a population of 7,801, according to the 2000 census.