January to June 2012

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Alabama through California

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny
-theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
ALABAMA3 HUNTSVILLE 2011 180,972 733 5 24 178 526 4,544 1,191 2,984 369 15
2012 851 0 46 233 572 4,115 1,099 2,637 379
MONTGOMERY 2011 206,754 329 18 26 151 134 5,081 1,372 3,357 352 2
2012 367 13 14 178 162 5,180 1,290 3,465 425
ALASKA ANCHORAGE 2011 296,955 1,172 4 135 226 807 4,406 506 3,616 284 59
2012 1,217 11 145 234 827 4,871 503 4,009 359 47
ARIZONA CHANDLER 2011 239,466 335 2 28 79 226 3,580 624 2,820 136 24
2012 315 2 37 72 204 3,412 513 2,765 134 27
GLENDALE 2011 229,931 534 5 20 197 312 7,249 1,093 5,393 763 40
2012 566 7 25 201 333 7,107 1,441 5,010 656 49
MESA 2011 445,256 877 5 77 237 558 7,254 1,303 5,446 505 44
2012 889 7 85 257 540 7,045 1,291 5,334 420 46
PEORIA 2011 156,246 139 1 15 25 98 2,399 542 1,687 170 3
2012 152 5 7 39 101 2,444 516 1,768 160 6
PHOENIX 2011 1,466,097 3,888 63 279 1,512 2,034 30,765 8,425 18,573 3,767 154
2012 4,451 61 263 1,716 2,411 29,394 8,560 17,262 3,572 159
SCOTTSDALE 2011 220,462 175 0 4 63 108 3,294 571 2,605 118 13
2012 149 2 18 51 78 3,022 602 2,300 120 20
SURPRISE 2011 119,181 62 0 5 27 30 1,164 282 835 47 10
2012 78 1 4 27 46 1,359 313 981 65 7
TEMPE 2011 164,008 379 1 18 125 235 4,300 721 3,320 259 11
2012 446 9 28 125 284 3,857 570 3,048 239 15
TUCSON4 2011 527,479 1,617 26 104 526 961 2,352 1,206 93
2012 1,867 20 127 587 1,133 2,344 1,259 94
ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK 2011 194,988 1,391 18 94 341 938 7,225 2,137 4,556 532 40
2012 1,225 21 71 337 796 7,426 1,960 4,958 508 46
CALIFORNIA ANAHEIM 2011 340,218 615 5 50 235 325 4,295 650 3,118 527 13
2012 605 8 47 216 334 4,901 725 3,400 776 12
ANTIOCH 2011 103,575 355 3 8 130 214 1,556 612 504 440 14
2012 517 4 16 175 322 2,487 889 1,023 575 17
BAKERSFIELD 2011 351,568 919 13 23 260 623 7,056 1,993 4,018 1,045 43
2012 917 16 21 310 570 8,351 2,237 4,618 1,496 114
BERKELEY 2011 113,903 227 1 9 150 67 2,485 510 1,665 310 15
2012 268 3 22 179 64 2,658 428 1,907 323 4
BURBANK 2011 104,555 115 0 14 40 61 1,351 226 990 135 4
2012 117 0 13 60 44 1,221 167 962 92 6
CARLSBAD 2011 106,566 79 3 4 13 59 909 202 640 67 1
2012 137 0 15 18 104 983 237 685 61 3
CHULA VISTA 2011 246,783 337 5 14 115 203 2,385 348 1,647 390 15
2012 283 5 16 112 150 2,429 433 1,502 494 14
CONCORD 2011 123,502 203 3 11 71 118 1,727 441 980 306 4
2012 205 1 13 80 111 1,929 414 1,244 271 9
CORONA 2011 154,165 98 0 4 52 42 1,615 298 1,142 175 13
2012 107 0 6 52 49 1,939 365 1,353 221 6
COSTA MESA 2011 111,253 114 3 15 47 49 1,630 220 1,280 130 6
2012 129 0 14 42 73 1,848 335 1,351 162 13
DALY CITY 2011 102,312 86 0 6 31 49 957 140 662 155 5
2012 116 0 5 40 71 872 194 558 120 14
DOWNEY 2011 113,086 198 0 16 92 90 2,054 371 1,148 535 2
2012 189 2 7 93 87 1,712 325 949 438 0
EL CAJON 2011 100,647 250 0 20 93 137 1,226 253 752 221 10
2012 188 1 16 68 103 1,305 259 839 207 7
ELK GROVE 2011 154,814 261 2 12 48 199 1,633 342 1,149 142 6
2012 240 1 9 39 191 1,573 343 1,112 118 16
EL MONTE 2011 114,809 217 1 14 92 110 1,165 271 562 332 3
2012 191 2 8 105 76 1,146 283 557 306 6
ESCONDIDO 2011 145,603 230 2 12 73 143 1,573 210 1,080 283 7
2012 307 3 18 98 188 1,875 390 1,150 335 10
FAIRFIELD 2011 106,559 225 3 14 76 132 1,440 266 1,037 137 5
2012 244 7 14 65 158 1,600 310 1,024 266 12
FONTANA 2011 198,374 314 2 21 114 177 1,919 463 1,142 314 5
2012 390 4 15 130 241 2,188 578 1,174 436 11
FREMONT 2011 216,606 198 1 21 74 102 1,942 629 1,089 224 12
2012 150 2 3 63 82 2,204 648 1,285 271 6
FRESNO 2011 500,480 1,455 22 23 499 911 13,090 2,609 7,688 2,793 71
2012 1,398 29 27 475 867 12,571 2,847 7,716 2,008 66
FULLERTON 2011 136,750 167 1 13 63 90 1,633 276 1,181 176 8
2012 244 0 11 74 159 1,913 398 1,347 168 5
GARDEN GROVE 2011 172,892 216 1 14 82 119 1,698 345 1,125 228 9
2012 236 0 10 66 160 1,996 387 1,326 283 13
GLENDALE 2011 193,973 129 0 8 56 65 1,765 281 1,325 159 2
2012 109 0 3 54 52 1,563 276 1,121 166 7
HAYWARD 2011 145,881 268 2 20 170 76 1,913 511 876 526 6
2012 321 2 19 169 131 2,335 554 1,098 683 19
HUNTINGTON BEACH 2011 192,226 197 2 16 50 129 2,165 367 1,679 119 12
2012 139 1 12 32 94 2,521 382 1,988 151 27
INGLEWOOD 2011 110,962 426 8 18 169 231 1,256 255 718 283 12
2012 380 5 16 183 176 1,311 308 677 326 11
IRVINE 2011 214,872 59 1 4 19 35 1,604 264 1,280 60 12
2012 54 1 5 19 29 1,563 251 1,267 45 8
LANCASTER 2011 158,474 400 2 15 128 255 1,461 461 837 163 12
2012 469 6 23 155 285 1,773 540 1,016 217 43
LONG BEACH 2011 467,691 1,360 13 42 578 727 6,206 1,538 3,556 1,112 52
2012 1,401 15 63 600 723 6,968 1,802 3,932 1,234 60
LOS ANGELES 2011 3,837,207 9,957 148 424 4,921 4,464 42,608 8,362 26,428 7,818 725
2012 9,213 147 476 4,435 4,155 43,388 8,027 27,974 7,387 766
MODESTO 2011 203,530 637 7 30 194 406 4,307 1,004 2,665 638 36
2012 775 12 28 239 496 5,399 1,261 3,271 867 24
MORENO VALLEY 2011 195,638 390 5 18 167 200 2,747 1,018 1,323 406 2
2012 353 1 10 145 197 3,039 1,021 1,585 433 4
MURRIETA 2011 104,682 45 0 6 20 19 774 173 545 56 5
2012 46 0 8 13 25 791 178 560 53 2
NORWALK 2011 106,790 158 1 7 54 96 1,067 228 526 313 11
2012 192 4 5 79 104 1,309 290 763 256 7
OAKLAND 2011 395,317 3,055 52 101 1,414 1,488 9,929 2,471 4,538 2,920 59
2012 3,701 54 137 1,945 1,565 12,428 3,104 5,999 3,325 96
OCEANSIDE 2011 169,050 301 4 30 84 183 1,804 366 1,295 143 12
2012 330 4 25 75 226 1,892 363 1,302 227 10
ONTARIO 2011 165,851 244 3 15 95 131 2,371 471 1,536 364 10
2012 241 0 16 124 101 2,493 521 1,528 444 16
ORANGE 2011 138,020 63 1 2 36 24 1,309 208 995 106 4
2012 75 4 4 36 31 1,364 222 1,006 136 11
OXNARD 2011 200,225 312 2 18 138 154 1,729 255 1,291 183 12
2012 289 4 0 150 135 1,909 401 1,269 239 19
PALMDALE 2011 154,546 384 7 17 127 233 1,500 416 927 157 12
2012 395 2 21 108 264 1,633 507 994 132 16
PASADENA 2011 138,734 211 2 14 87 108 1,844 529 1,170 145 13
2012 181 1 7 77 96 1,735 440 1,181 114 28
POMONA 2011 150,810 450 8 27 152 263 2,173 449 1,286 438 7
2012 453 11 25 176 241 2,391 415 1,436 540 9
RANCHO CUCAMONGA 2011 167,212 150 2 5 49 94 1,820 547 1,129 144 2
2012 152 2 5 53 92 1,934 649 1,088 197 6
RIALTO 2011 100,337 230 5 6 98 121 1,440 470 764 206 12
2012 260 1 10 102 147 1,811 497 894 420 6
RICHMOND 2011 104,920 534 12 13 146 363 2,330 805 788 737 17
2012 548 10 23 183 332 2,334 724 818 792 13
RIVERSIDE 2011 307,443 625 6 25 214 380 4,853 1,046 3,134 673 17
2012 603 10 36 235 322 5,050 1,060 3,361 629 34
ROSEVILLE 2011 120,184 133 1 9 18 105 1,721 224 1,391 106 2
2012 147 2 4 50 91 1,557 256 1,201 100 10
SACRAMENTO 2011 471,972 1,617 16 64 554 983 9,035 2,114 5,435 1,486 64
2012 1,731 15 67 576 1,073 9,658 2,123 5,764 1,771 65
SALINAS 2011 152,210 519 6 17 160 336 1,977 502 1,030 445 10
2012 514 13 20 241 240 2,280 562 1,282 436 23
SAN BERNARDINO 2011 212,392 890 15 32 317 526 3,798 1,063 2,061 674 33
2012 928 23 32 376 497 4,939 1,398 2,425 1,116 22
SAN DIEGO 2011 1,316,919 2,482 25 130 688 1,639 14,160 2,785 8,585 2,790 82
2012 2,719 27 172 726 1,794 15,286 2,782 9,371 3,133 86
SAN FRANCISCO 2011 814,701 2,580 26 71 1,502 981 15,952 2,074 11,989 1,889 83
2012 2,761 38 49 1,601 1,073 17,987 2,643 12,910 2,434 104
SAN JOSE 2011 957,062 1,552 26 102 516 908 10,110 1,806 5,842 2,462 79
2012 1,761 18 130 614 999 12,885 2,421 7,006 3,458 80
SANTA ANA 2011 328,343 687 8 43 309 327 3,256 574 2,087 595 50
2012 678 7 25 283 363 3,495 503 2,269 723 19
SANTA CLARA 2011 117,837 88 2 5 32 49 1,371 174 1,043 154 5
2012 97 0 7 33 57 1,596 284 1,117 195 13
SANTA CLARITA 2011 178,393 111 0 6 34 71 1,241 266 857 118 11
2012 164 0 11 51 102 1,344 290 924 130 12
SANTA MARIA 2011 100,723 355 3 12 79 261 1,119 270 740 109 4
2012 310 0 10 47 253 1,004 279 532 193 2
SANTA ROSA 2011 169,788 360 3 31 72 254 1,768 319 1,330 119 8
2012 324 0 40 66 218 1,986 390 1,428 168 15
SIMI VALLEY 2011 125,698 55 0 1 21 33 831 145 634 52 8
2012 77 2 5 17 53 979 204 727 48 4
STOCKTON 2011 295,136 1,917 17 42 622 1,236 7,538 1,984 4,788 766 36
2012 2,401 33 56 790 1,522 7,460 2,261 4,115 1,084 36
SUNNYVALE 2011 141,728 75 2 10 36 27 1,003 188 697 118 6
2012 78 3 8 31 36 1,199 235 808 156 15
TEMECULA 2011 101,274 46 0 3 27 16 1,167 281 808 78 0
2012 54 0 8 21 25 1,185 265 834 86 1
THOUSAND OAKS 2011 128,172 61 1 5 19 36 880 142 720 18 6
2012 78 0 11 20 47 957 144 762 51 7
TORRANCE 2011 147,148 98 2 8 51 37 1,402 242 1,003 157 8
2012 83 1 8 42 32 1,358 260 955 143 2
VALLEJO 2011 117,305 441 10 29 204 198 2,502 1,167 832 503 18
2012 449 6 24 199 220 2,951 1,305 879 767 21
VENTURA 2011 107,684 147 1 12 69 65 1,662 337 1,233 92 0
2012 153 1 17 70 65 1,753 334 1,307 112 11
VICTORVILLE 2011 117,266 338 3 18 126 191 1,939 625 1,091 223 10
2012 343 2 20 105 216 1,942 768 881 293 11
VISALIA 2011 125,905 257 6 25 42 184 2,485 481 1,746 258 4
2012 263 2 19 66 176 2,642 553 1,860 229 2
WEST COVINA 2011 107,345 139 0 8 56 75 1,493 206 1,046 241 1
2012 130 0 5 49 76 1,641 250 1,098 293 1
  • 1 The 2011 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 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 4 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 and has been excluded from all Report tabulations.

Data Declaration

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