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i am thinking about moving to Baltimore, which area should a single female with a teenager stay away

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keep in mind anyone with a license has to be very careful in how they answer your question.   there are Many websites for tracking crime statistics.  I would suggest you go check out a few of them.

http://crimebaltimore.com/
http://maps.baltimorepolice.org/bpdmaps/police.htm
to find more just google   "baltimore, MD crime statistics"

you might also want to check out websites about the schools-see what kind of rating the schools have in the area(s) of interest.

another good thing to do - is just DRIVE around the area in late afternoon, early evening and again on Saturday.   What you see may put your mind at ease or cause alarm- either way, it's personal information that will help you better than what anyone else can offer. 

I'm not from the area- so I have NO INPUT whatsoever on the area- just a suggestion that you go get some info from official sites and then drive around.   seeing families out walkign dogs and playing frisbee etc, vs seeing junky yards or whatever else you might see as you drive around will tell you a lot.
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October 10 2011
Good afternoon, I can answer your question but would need to find out more about exactly what you're looking for. Obviously crime would be a major factor. My suggestion there would be to visit the websites of the different police jurisdictions (Baltimore City, Baltimore, Howard, Anne Arundel, Harford and Carroll counties). You can check school ratings on the Maryland Public School website. The individual jurisdictions do not post test scores or ratings. If you have any other questions please feel free to call me. My number is 410-802-4331 or visit my website. Aaronsellsbaltimore.kwrealty.com. Thank you! Aaron
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