Table 10

CALIFORNIA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

[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
Arson
Metropolitan Counties Alameda 651 5 23 206 417 2,662 730 1,182 750 8
Butte 126 8 8 16 94 1,165 481 676 8 1
Contra Costa 472 10 25 120 317 2,307 993 1,298 16 13
El Dorado 241 3 14 22 202 2,024 766 1,240 18 9
Fresno 825 15 20 136 654 5,248 1,934 2,366 948 191
Imperial 139 0 6 12 121 791 352 419 20 10
Kern 2,179 22 85 490 1,582 11,713 4,015 5,592 2,106 285
Kings 183 1 13 19 150 515 207 263 45 8
Los Angeles 5,458 75 161 1,490 3,732 16,981 4,816 8,223 3,942 207
Madera 353 0 14 19 320 1,660 794 840 26 8
Marin 107 0 3 25 79 733 218 511 4 4
Merced 544 8 15 45 476 2,036 741 1,267 28 5
Monterey 199 7 17 63 112 1,336 523 792 21 11
Napa 53 0 4 3 46 342 115 226 1 0
Orange 258 0 9 33 216 1,405 338 954 113 3
Placer 278 0 24 27 227 1,670 568 1,069 33 11
Riverside 831 18 22 183 608 8,197 2,633 4,354 1,210 19
Sacramento 3,047 32 186 999 1,830 12,936 4,645 8,190 101 55
San Benito 55 0 3 7 45 273 76 182 15 0
San Bernardino 988 13 61 164 750 6,460 2,317 2,919 1,224 62
San Diego 1,630 17 82 239 1,292 6,438 1,939 3,457 1,042 22
San Joaquin 810 12 27 155 616 4,550 1,771 2,625 154 20
San Luis Obispo 219 4 11 25 179 1,309 494 806 9 8
San Mateo 300 0 19 45 236 2,526 471 1,767 288 6
Santa Barbara 273 3 43 28 199 1,826 568 1,243 15 14
Santa Clara 232 2 25 20 185 1,709 350 1,164 195 2
Santa Cruz 285 5 20 32 228 1,910 721 1,182 7 7
Shasta 506 4 25 23 454 996 522 430 44 29
Sonoma 605 0 35 38 532 1,406 539 856 11 16
Stanislaus 418 13 14 115 276 2,337 1,021 1,252 64 12
Sutter 71 1 4 2 64 786 257 487 42 1
Tulare1 638 17 40 90 491 1,177 1,848 0
Ventura 157 5 14 20 118 1,211 331 794 86 19
Yolo 73 0 9 10 54 451 122 317 12 4
Yuba 193 6 17 20 150 1,307 429 873 5 14
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 8 0 3 0 5 39 18 20 1 0
Amador 75 0 3 10 62 468 155 310 3 1
Calaveras 87 0 17 6 64 973 348 618 7 0
Colusa 26 0 4 2 20 283 78 200 5 1
Del Norte 104 1 22 15 66 375 234 138 3 5
Glenn 25 0 1 1 23 239 99 137 3 0
Humboldt 115 2 10 31 72 1,130 509 604 17 10
Inyo 67 0 4 4 59 177 72 104 1 0
Lake 190 1 12 31 146 812 430 374 8 7
Lassen 36 0 3 2 31 189 62 125 2 5
Mariposa 71 3 2 2 64 313 93 218 2 0
Mendocino 183 5 18 25 135 669 276 382 11 30
Modoc 33 0 8 0 25 85 36 49 0 2
Mono 6 0 1 0 5 62 32 30 0 0
Nevada 144 1 8 8 127 703 355 338 10 4
Plumas 107 0 15 1 91 404 141 256 7 0
Sierra 17 0 0 0 17 52 16 36 0 1
Siskiyou 29 3 3 1 22 184 85 98 1 0
Tehama 189 3 5 7 174 303 133 169 1 0
Trinity 21 4 3 1 13 157 81 76 0 0
Tuolumne 85 0 12 11 62 776 386 386 4 20
  • 1 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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