Table 8

ARIZONA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by City, 2012

City Population Violent
crime
Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson1
Apache Junction 36,986 130 1 13 21 95 1,025 236 719 70 1
Avondale 78,364 233 7 4 72 150 3,682 685 2,752 245 10
Benson 5,219 9 0 6 0 3 136 25 105 6 0
Bisbee 5,694 79 1 0 2 76 171 3 160 8 0
Buckeye 52,213 54 3 1 11 39 1,372 374 924 74 1
Bullhead City 40,277 86 5 0 26 55 1,626 330 1,195 101 2
Camp Verde 11,033 21 1 0 0 20 276 44 221 11 4
Casa Grande 50,132 211 3 4 46 158 2,857 767 1,934 156
Chandler2 242,721 628 4 64 149 411 6,571 1,147 5,168 256 78
Chino Valley 10,981 77 2 3 1 71 219 45 162 12
Clarkdale 4,158 6 0 0 0 6 83 23 55 5 0
Clifton 3,414 5 0 0 0 5 33 12 20 1 0
Coolidge 12,206 70 2 5 10 53 656 117 507 32 8
Cottonwood 11,434 51 0 0 7 44 411 37 357 17 14
Douglas 17,743 199 1 2 5 191 614 92 487 35 3
Eagar 5,008 4 1 0 0 3 136 37 95 4 0
El Mirage 32,685 86 3 7 18 58 946 292 582 72 3
Eloy 17,149 84 1 7 9 67 569 179 358 32 22
Flagstaff 66,633 262 0 28 45 189 2,834 242 2,533 59 23
Florence 25,795 29 0 0 1 28 224 47 169 8 0
Fredonia 1,328 4 0 0 0 4 12 4 7 1 0
Gilbert 214,264 205 5 19 59 122 3,386 726 2,496 164 25
Glendale 232,997 1,145 12 54 413 666 14,934 2,847 10,863 1,224 78
Goodyear 67,033 103 0 12 24 67 1,774 479 1,188 107 13
Holbrook 5,105 58 1 2 1 54 334 85 231 18 0
Jerome 451 7 0 0 0 7 24 8 13 3 0
Kingman 28,588 93 0 9 8 76 1,775 406 1,269 100 4
Lake Havasu City 53,513 58 2 10 7 39 1,356 256 1,012 88 4
Mammoth 1,473 7 0 0 0 7 37 15 21 1 0
Marana 35,617 35 0 0 13 22 1,157 126 936 95 2
Maricopa 44,881 58 1 9 12 36 844 155 634 55 1
Mesa 451,391 1,804 14 172 469 1,149 14,140 2,681 10,572 887 97
Miami 1,833 17 0 0 0 17 89 41 41 7 10
Nogales 21,177 45 1 0 10 34 497 75 375 47 0
Oro Valley 41,786 21 1 4 3 13 679 95 553 31 2
Page 7,331 71 2 2 7 60 494 59 399 36 1
Paradise Valley 13,177 9 2 3 0 4 256 129 119 8 1
Parker 3,107 29 0 0 2 27 195 51 129 15 1
Payson 15,337 48 1 0 7 40 421 134 270 17 1
Peoria 158,347 296 9 24 77 186 4,673 929 3,478 266 7
Phoenix 1,485,509 9,458 123 556 3,516 5,263 60,777 17,912 35,678 7,187 306
Pima 2,408 2 0 0 0 2 39 10 27 2 0
Pinetop-Lakeside 4,327 38 0 0 1 37 215 33 181 1 1
Prescott 40,420 168 2 14 19 133 1,104 197 883 24 9
Prescott Valley 39,407 89 4 1 8 76 750 95 622 33 3
Sahuarita 25,736 11 0 2 2 7 374 49 311 14 14
San Luis 28,168 29 0 6 1 22 582 158 352 72 4
Scottsdale 223,432 329 3 42 115 169 6,047 1,255 4,551 241 27
Sedona 10,173 20 0 4 4 12 219 50 161 8 0
Show Low 10,773 87 0 4 6 77 569 107 450 12 0
Sierra Vista 46,612 130 0 24 28 78 1,541 246 1,217 78 5
Snowflake-Taylor 9,803 27 0 0 0 27 117 33 82 2 2
Somerton 14,687 18 0 0 0 18 224 70 143 11 0
South Tucson 5,757 159 0 5 40 114 1,003 140 829 34 2
Springerville 2,008 10 0 0 0 10 67 23 42 2 0
Surprise 120,793 162 3 8 62 89 2,488 519 1,851 118 14
Tempe 166,061 878 11 44 253 570 7,824 1,250 6,085 489 25
Thatcher 4,908 3 0 0 0 3 134 29 104 1 0
Tolleson 6,728 54 1 2 13 38 638 226 372 40 1
Tucson3 531,535 3,851 43 234 1,260 2,314 5,021 2,499 198
Wickenburg 6,538 15 0 3 3 9 185 65 104 16 4
Willcox 3,837 8 0 0 1 7 244 48 188 8 6
Winslow 9,757 101 2 2 3 94 630 76 539 15 1
Yuma 95,568 508 5 27 61 415 3,353 955 2,162 236 35
  • 1 The FBI does not publish arson data unless it receives data from either the agency or the state for all 12 months of the calendar year.
  • 2 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 3 The FBI determined that the agency did not follow national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines for reporting an offense. Consequently, this figure is not included in this table.

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