Table 4

January to December 2011-2012

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Oklahoma through Wisconsin

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
OKLAHOMA NORMAN 2011 191 2 67 51 71 3,480 677 2,656 147 23
2012 113,969 173 1 52 54 66 3,050 629 2,252 169 7
OKLAHOMA CITY 2011 5,108 58 277 1,232 3,541 34,113 9,855 20,199 4,059 91
2012 595,607 5,474 85 389 1,209 3,791 35,390 9,854 21,162 4,374 119
TULSA 2011 3,960 49 266 1,090 2,555 21,923 7,353 12,136 2,434 259
2012 398,904 3,949 42 316 1,062 2,529 20,807 6,235 12,162 2,410 238
OREGON EUGENE 2011 460 0 78 177 205 7,878 1,440 5,862 576 63
2012 158,043 430 0 72 196 162 8,004 1,515 6,054 435 82
GRESHAM 2011 418 1 37 171 209 4,405 747 3,032 626 26
2012 108,202 487 4 33 207 243 4,858 886 3,230 742 32
PORTLAND 2011 3,037 20 258 917 1,842 30,022 4,303 22,494 3,225 308
2012 598,037 3,093 20 231 950 1,892 30,454 4,471 22,398 3,585 254
SALEM 2011 522 3 32 119 368 5,994 895 4,670 429 37
2012 157,353 563 7 39 138 379 6,726 1,042 4,954 730 51
PENNSYLVANIA ALLENTOWN 2011 647 10 61 339 237 4,575 1,101 3,041 433 19
2012 119,334 653 15 54 374 210 4,603 1,248 2,987 368 11
ERIE 2011 431 6 77 150 198 3,738 1,233 2,404 101 32
2012 101,972 458 8 64 172 214 3,510 1,095 2,311 104 27
PHILADELPHIA 2011 18,268 324 833 8,246 8,865 59,617 12,057 40,113 7,447
2012 1,538,957 17,853 331 880 7,984 8,658 56,997 12,004 38,592 6,401
PITTSBURGH 2011 2,476 44 67 1,126 1,239 10,063 2,686 6,897 480 195
2012 312,112 2,347 41 47 1,134 1,125 10,691 2,537 7,610 544 248
RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE3 2011
2012 177,882 1,133 17 84 362 670 7,977 1,929 4,884 1,164 24
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON 2011 400 11 29 162 198 3,762 527 2,966 269 6
2012 123,856 295 11 21 104 159 3,357 372 2,750 235 5
NORTH CHARLESTON 2011 678 6 41 192 439 5,731 1,034 4,204 493 20
2012 100,675 713 13 53 206 441 5,659 838 4,287 534 17
SOUTH DAKOTA SIOUX FALLS 2011 444 5 112 75 252 4,729 889 3,567 273 60
2012 158,354 631 2 139 70 420 5,041 899 3,843 299 56
TENNESSEE CLARKSVILLE 2011 884 8 63 127 686 4,230 1,332 2,677 221 22
2012 137,356 875 10 46 99 720 3,729 977 2,585 167 25
KNOXVILLE 2011 1,705 18 102 561 1,024 12,917 2,546 9,533 838 29
2012 182,254 1,777 18 119 528 1,112 12,161 2,880 8,367 914 23
MEMPHIS 2011 10,338 117 406 3,083 6,732 42,401 13,266 25,699 3,436 319
2012 657,436 11,505 133 417 3,382 7,573 41,484 12,570 25,947 2,967 407
MURFREESBORO 2011 660 3 32 132 493 4,866 1,387 3,293 186 2
2012 112,247 701 3 55 134 509 4,006 923 2,899 184 4
NASHVILLE 2011 7,253 50 387 1,889 4,927 29,344 7,539 20,080 1,725 103
2012 620,886 7,547 66 311 1,722 5,448 26,002 5,721 18,852 1,429 93
TEXAS ABILENE 2011 428 5 33 120 270 4,384 1,119 3,093 172 31
2012 119,886 472 3 38 127 304 4,393 1,037 3,185 171 18
AMARILLO 2011 1,225 10 106 235 874 9,389 2,018 6,755 616 75
2012 196,576 1,278 10 109 278 881 8,895 2,085 6,181 629 54
ARLINGTON 2011 1,874 22 136 540 1,176 17,208 4,388 11,757 1,063 37
2012 379,295 1,909 17 135 532 1,225 15,109 3,543 10,616 950 51
AUSTIN 2011 3,470 27 211 1,106 2,126 42,250 7,042 33,069 2,139 127
2012 832,901 3,406 32 209 978 2,187 43,472 7,244 33,913 2,315 121
BEAUMONT 2011 1,069 13 65 356 635 6,656 2,035 4,336 285 32
2012 120,323 1,242 13 76 408 745 5,824 1,828 3,717 279 49
BROWNSVILLE 2011 500 1 37 109 353 8,187 1,009 7,015 163 20
2012 181,102 473 3 38 125 307 8,337 1,145 6,986 206 20
CARROLLTON 2011 206 3 4 93 106 3,322 896 2,152 274 7
2012 124,477 180 2 7 75 96 3,414 771 2,358 285 10
CORPUS CHRISTI 2011 1,987 12 194 370 1,411 14,897 2,668 11,762 467 68
2012 312,565 2,058 16 184 375 1,483 14,061 2,452 11,166 443 39
DALLAS 2011 8,330 133 428 4,066 3,703 61,859 18,727 35,148 7,984 596
2012 1,241,549 8,380 154 486 4,093 3,647 54,300 16,090 31,148 7,062 581
DENTON 2011 300 2 54 54 190 3,363 574 2,669 120 28
2012 118,942 369 1 86 82 200 3,262 632 2,473 157 27
EL PASO 2011 2,858 16 217 464 2,161 16,312 1,859 12,997 1,456 120
2012 675,536 2,859 23 184 471 2,181 16,411 1,826 13,425 1,160 94
FORT WORTH 2011 4,579 51 354 1,267 2,907 35,172 10,063 22,660 2,449 143
2012 770,101 4,516 44 387 1,279 2,806 32,470 8,435 21,615 2,420 117
FRISCO 2011 122 3 5 23 91 2,467 485 1,883 99 4
2012 123,205 100 0 10 25 65 2,461 434 1,974 53 4
GARLAND 2011 530 5 55 247 223 8,683 2,244 5,794 645 52
2012 234,984 540 7 47 236 250 8,675 2,218 5,866 591 51
GRAND PRAIRIE 2011 591 9 69 201 312 6,956 1,808 4,330 818 39
2012 181,782 499 1 50 160 288 5,246 1,298 3,316 632 33
HOUSTON 2011 20,892 198 771 8,054 11,869 108,336 27,459 68,596 12,281 765
2012 2,177,273 21,610 217 665 9,385 11,343 107,678 26,630 67,978 13,070 754
IRVING 2011 514 8 25 151 330 6,794 1,603 4,590 601 21
2012 224,007 507 3 27 135 342 6,307 1,277 4,466 564 18
KILLEEN 2011 815 15 69 172 559 5,210 2,034 2,989 187 40
2012 131,965 851 12 82 236 521 4,986 1,498 3,296 192 36
LAREDO 2011 1,120 11 76 215 818 10,419 1,790 8,143 486 95
2012 245,558 1,036 8 81 183 764 10,685 1,718 8,586 381 86
LUBBOCK 2011 1,800 8 70 313 1,409 12,078 3,410 7,975 693 56
2012 237,241 1,962 11 104 325 1,522 12,273 3,099 8,429 745 46
MCALLEN 2011 246 4 27 72 143 5,875 511 5,184 180 6
2012 135,745 166 1 3 56 106 5,467 503 4,751 213 13
MCKINNEY 2011 243 1 35 44 163 2,826 627 2,084 115 35
2012 138,105 227 0 53 57 117 2,782 492 2,187 103 26
MESQUITE 2011 397 2 8 177 210 6,542 1,704 4,197 641 10
2012 144,811 441 2 14 183 242 6,285 1,568 4,030 687 19
MIDLAND 2011 334 4 21 58 251 3,287 715 2,435 137 5
2012 115,637 398 4 21 52 321 3,008 559 2,313 136 6
ODESSA 2011 748 6 37 73 632 3,134 617 2,336 181 24
2012 103,635 1,103 5 43 141 914 3,717 770 2,565 382 23
PASADENA 2011 566 5 62 135 364 5,266 1,124 3,728 414 20
2012 154,562 622 8 52 147 415 5,610 999 4,087 524 39
PLANO 2011 435 5 45 142 243 6,781 1,195 5,197 389 5
2012 273,816 356 1 53 110 192 6,436 1,091 5,031 314 7
RICHARDSON 2011 173 0 9 76 88 2,808 680 1,934 194 3
2012 103,266 171 2 27 80 62 3,004 698 2,175 131 4
ROUND ROCK 2011 115 2 25 39 49 2,446 394 2,001 51 1
2012 106,232 141 0 32 45 64 2,636 336 2,222 78 6
SAN ANTONIO 2011 7,038 89 492 1,785 4,672 80,868 15,334 59,641 5,893 209
2012 1,380,123 6,943 89 549 1,864 4,441 82,668 15,668 60,633 6,367 245
TYLER 2011 495 3 40 79 373 4,429 832 3,419 178 6
2012 100,040 537 4 46 92 395 4,475 1,020 3,325 130 7
WACO 2011 766 11 70 245 440 6,422 1,670 4,593 159 35
2012 128,595 635 6 63 182 384 5,844 1,550 4,139 155 53
WICHITA FALLS 2011 459 1 30 147 281 4,876 1,241 3,398 237 25
2012 105,488 475 5 36 150 284 5,021 1,259 3,532 230 6
UTAH PROVO 2011 156 4 31 26 95 2,905 389 2,413 103 11
2012 116,879 148 0 36 19 93 2,450 300 2,040 110 3
SALT LAKE CITY 2011 1,230 7 128 342 753 12,872 1,669 9,710 1,493 38
2012 192,465 1,295 8 119 314 854 14,193 1,816 10,675 1,702 39
WEST JORDAN 2011 215 0 36 25 154 2,961 408 2,333 220 12
2012 107,013 198 2 24 33 139 2,962 474 2,260 228 9
WEST VALLEY 2011 598 4 81 126 387 5,394 937 3,728 729 10
2012 133,725 593 1 88 120 384 5,563 939 3,968 656 19
VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA 2011 253 1 14 129 109 3,200 305 2,524 371 6
2012 145,892 243 0 9 138 96 2,982 281 2,375 326 8
CHESAPEAKE 2011 896 12 46 247 591 7,214 1,241 5,639 334 23
2012 227,531 836 12 36 202 586 6,266 1,033 4,954 279 27
HAMPTON 2011 344 9 16 152 167 5,276 813 4,193 270 31
2012 137,905 320 9 16 146 149 4,652 758 3,631 263 26
NEWPORT NEWS 2011 849 15 56 388 390 6,061 1,095 4,612 354 84
2012 181,591 752 20 50 269 413 5,717 1,027 4,428 262 71
NORFOLK 2011 1,428 29 83 630 686 12,305 2,262 9,259 784 38
2012 245,303 1,249 34 75 433 707 11,197 2,253 8,235 709 56
RICHMOND 2011 1,431 36 45 676 674 8,674 1,889 5,853 932 58
2012 207,799 1,349 42 39 633 635 9,094 2,031 6,129 934 50
VIRGINIA BEACH 2011 784 15 65 414 290 12,213 2,045 9,716 452 133
2012 447,588 755 21 57 326 351 11,687 1,571 9,640 476 123
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE 2011 140 1 23 58 58 3,539 607 2,775 157 25
2012 126,022 161 2 26 67 66 3,503 685 2,649 169 24
EVERETT 2011 450 5 49 143 253 7,503 1,163 5,415 925 27
2012 105,318 481 1 46 182 252 6,416 1,165 4,281 970 29
KENT 2011 577 1 60 210 306 4,989 1,223 2,977 789 18
2012 122,102 543 2 68 194 279 5,468 1,239 3,365 864 15
SEATTLE 2011 3,664 20 100 1,418 2,126 31,792 6,807 21,585 3,400 84
2012 626,865 3,707 23 116 1,421 2,147 31,872 6,523 21,793 3,556 77
SPOKANE 2011 1,304 4 84 484 732 15,039 3,030 10,231 1,778 72
2012 212,163 1,369 13 81 537 738 18,522 3,827 12,600 2,095 44
TACOMA 2011 1,511 10 127 446 928 12,113 2,720 7,265 2,128 80
2012 202,646 1,617 12 91 491 1,023 12,889 2,976 8,001 1,912 71
VANCOUVER 2011 633 9 102 185 337 6,447 950 4,629 868 33
2012 166,375 581 5 70 173 333 6,481 1,020 4,388 1,073 51
WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 2011 438 3 62 53 320 2,581 504 1,969 108 9
2012 106,080 514 1 44 87 382 2,978 659 2,210 109 15
MADISON4 2011 820 7 79 272 462 7,942 1,440 6,157 345 57
2012 237,508 3 241 536 7,734 1,595 5,885 254
MILWAUKEE 2011 6,637 86 205 3,091 3,255 30,669 7,079 19,030 4,560 272
2012 599,395 7,759 91 230 3,027 4,411 30,228 6,977 18,448 4,803 306
  • 1 The 2012 population figures are FBI estimates based on provisional data from the U.S. Census Bureau. (See Data Declaration.)
  • 2 The FBI does not publish arson data unless it receives data from either the agency or the state for all 12 months for 2011 and/or 2012.
  • 3 Complete January through December data for 2011 are not available.
  • 4 The FBI determined that the agency's data were overreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this table.

Data Declaration

Provides the methodology used in constructing this table and other pertinent information about this table.