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Table 10

CALIFORNIA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff's office or county police department.]

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Violent
crime
Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny
-theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson1
Metropolitan Counties Alameda 725 3 26 218 478 2,192 650 991 551 19
Butte 106 2 13 23 68 1,310 560 744 6 3
Contra Costa 456 13 30 109 304 2,475 1,033 1,423 19 18
El Dorado 192 2 21 21 148 2,273 1,020 1,241 12 10
Fresno 740 6 23 125 586 4,781 1,618 2,331 832
Imperial 110 0 4 6 100 676 255 399 22 7
Kern 1,822 22 108 358 1,334 10,198 3,301 5,378 1,519 282
Kings 137 2 13 15 107 683 242 386 55 7
Los Angeles 5,595 88 165 1,484 3,858 16,010 4,624 7,730 3,656 222
Madera 311 4 10 20 277 1,634 836 778 20 11
Marin 122 0 8 22 92 739 263 473 3 5
Merced 459 2 22 41 394 2,319 767 1,538 14 6
Monterey 197 8 19 44 126 1,290 504 781 5 18
Napa 52 2 2 1 47 371 125 243 3 4
Orange 251 1 11 42 197 1,301 277 935 89 3
Placer 301 4 25 28 244 1,946 622 1,293 31 3
Riverside 903 13 47 188 655 8,872 2,673 4,884 1,315 18
Sacramento 2,719 33 144 959 1,583 11,797 4,150 7,539 108 77
San Benito 38 1 6 0 31 268 93 161 14 1
San Bernardino 1,081 18 57 178 828 6,207 2,202 2,879 1,126 94
San Diego 1,397 18 84 218 1,077 5,851 1,725 3,202 924 27
San Joaquin 820 23 20 164 613 4,767 1,802 2,831 134 22
San Luis Obispo 208 1 26 13 168 1,356 481 872 3 3
San Mateo 219 0 18 32 169 1,976 312 1,464 200 9
Santa Barbara 255 1 34 30 190 1,539 487 1,045 7 12
Santa Clara 186 4 30 39 113 1,487 316 1,025 146 2
Santa Cruz 362 3 34 36 289 2,301 913 1,382 6 10
Shasta 524 2 32 22 468 970 512 430 28 1
Solano 95 3 4 18 70 423 195 207 21 8
Sonoma 511 5 36 48 422 1,306 490 802 14 13
Stanislaus 323 16 15 77 215 2,404 1,135 1,222 47 61
Sutter 132 3 8 4 117 847 210 589 48 6
Tulare2 517 20 31 68 398 1,200 2,191 31
Ventura 155 2 10 23 120 1,124 273 795 56 17
Yolo 82 0 9 4 69 408 125 273 10 7
Yuba 230 3 18 29 180 1,323 457 858 8 5
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 7 0 0 0 7 105 20 84 1 0
Amador 54 1 5 4 44 598 187 401 10 4
Calaveras 102 1 14 8 79 974 314 655 5 0
Colusa 28 1 2 1 24 281 91 186 4 2
Del Norte 99 2 18 7 72 427 242 180 5 6
Glenn 11 2 0 2 7 169 61 105 3 2
Humboldt 203 2 21 46 134 1,109 436 646 27 14
Inyo 52 1 7 3 41 141 54 85 2 5
Lake 169 1 18 20 130 704 315 383 6 10
Lassen 39 1 5 2 31 143 56 86 1 3
Mariposa 55 0 5 1 49 342 128 214 0 1
Mendocino 295 7 13 23 252 544 247 297 0 10
Modoc 24 0 7 1 16 93 36 53 4 3
Mono 11 0 1 0 10 67 21 46 0 0
Nevada 166 2 10 6 148 533 226 301 6 1
Plumas 104 1 14 3 86 356 124 231 1 7
Sierra 5 0 0 0 5 55 17 38 0 2
Siskiyou 71 2 10 4 55 228 102 124 2 1
Tehama 184 1 5 8 170 316 134 182 0 6
Trinity 34 3 5 1 25 100 63 37 0 0
Tuolumne 75 1 13 13 48 731 354 371 6 18
  • 1 If a blank is presented in the arson column, it indicates that the FBI did not receive 12 complete months of arson data for that agency.
  • 2 The Tulare County Highway Patrol collects the motor vehicle thefts for this county. These data can be found in Table 11.

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