January to June 2012

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Illinois through Missouri

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny
-theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
ILLINOIS AURORA 2011 198,495 280 1 21 78 180 1,780 407 1,316 57 5
2012 256 0 24 64 168 1,596 405 1,138 53 15
CHICAGO3 2011 2,703,713 184 6,229 5,990 55,753 12,052 33,547 10,154
2012 253 6,072 5,942 53,807 10,378 34,794 8,635
ELGIN 2011 108,514 126 0 35 34 57 920 219 657 44 3
2012 145 1 49 37 58 842 187 617 38 6
JOLIET 2011 147,877 266 2 10 44 210 1,688 422 1,214 52 21
2012 284 3 15 70 196 1,876 431 1,371 74 41
NAPERVILLE 2011 142,280 54 2 2 11 39 996 158 818 20 3
2012 60 1 4 9 46 959 114 825 20 11
PEORIA 2011 115,353 361 7 19 106 229 2,236 603 1,538 95 31
2012 416 6 9 139 262 2,385 697 1,576 112 27
ROCKFORD 2011 153,331 1,051 14 51 235 751 3,291 921 2,126 244 34
2012 1,031 4 57 233 737 3,440 906 2,376 158 29
SPRINGFIELD 2011 116,600 634 5 39 115 475 3,496 966 2,431 99 25
2012 618 4 35 130 449 3,660 844 2,687 129 14
INDIANA EVANSVILLE 2011 118,029 227 1 30 66 130 2,423 463 1,854 106 42
2012 253 5 24 91 133 3,092 571 2,323 198 45
FORT WAYNE 2011 254,987 333 11 40 108 174 3,931 814 2,963 154 23
2012 421 13 46 166 196 4,321 895 3,260 166 22
SOUTH BEND 2011 101,685 326 5 29 170 122 2,686 932 1,605 149 20
2012 269 8 22 132 107 2,402 845 1,414 143 16
IOWA CEDAR RAPIDS 2011 126,988 161 1 18 30 112 2,160 459 1,611 90 7
2012 156 1 18 36 101 2,178 473 1,591 114 11
DES MOINES 2011 204,498 507 3 59 113 332 5,184 1,234 3,557 393 29
2012 520 4 40 100 376 4,640 1,030 3,224 386 29
KANSAS KANSAS CITY4 2011 146,712 436 16 41 132 247 3,536 847 2,154 535
2012 423 7 40 117 259 3,734 861 2,244 629 27
OLATHE 2011 126,671 110 2 26 7 75 929 117 747 65 6
2012 91 0 15 6 70 1,205 137 974 94 8
OVERLAND PARK 2011 174,473 160 0 37 18 105 1,760 227 1,403 130 18
2012 135 1 16 18 100 1,891 223 1,522 146 14
TOPEKA 2011 128,283 319 3 27 109 180 3,404 809 2,377 218 3
2012 408 1 21 117 269 3,335 606 2,483 246 3
WICHITA 2011 384,796 1,536 15 119 231 1,171 8,853 1,871 6,129 853 66
2012 1,402 5 122 232 1,043 10,410 1,919 7,700 791 64
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON4 2011 297,847 767 11 42 225 489 5,651 1,287 4,064 300 13
2012 502 5 59 268 170 6,417 1,328 4,702 387 38
LOUISVILLE METRO 2011 663,913 1,886 20 107 733 1,026 14,323 3,450 9,817 1,056 114
2012 1,956 25 87 686 1,158 14,498 3,358 9,973 1,167 103
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2011 231,592 1,205 30 27 424 724 6,188 2,058 3,893 237 99
2012 1,364 34 35 529 766 6,080 1,919 3,910 251 101
LAFAYETTE 2011 121,726 426 1 10 114 301 3,076 577 2,356 143 31
2012 387 6 5 93 283 3,207 613 2,493 101 21
NEW ORLEANS 2011 346,974 1,269 105 78 436 650 6,775 1,929 3,722 1,124
2012 1,466 97 72 541 756 6,655 1,518 3,966 1,171
SHREVEPORT 2011 201,134 730 8 52 162 508 4,494 1,294 3,004 196 35
2012 756 8 44 180 524 4,855 1,215 3,418 222 49
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2011 626,848 4,304 102 171 1,547 2,484 13,804 3,787 8,031 1,986 130
2012 4,261 106 153 1,622 2,380 13,925 3,717 8,395 1,813 146
MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON 2011 621,359 2,494 21 150 902 1,421 9,086 1,563 6,560 963
2012 2,524 23 112 865 1,524 8,436 1,520 6,123 793
CAMBRIDGE 2011 105,803 212 1 15 73 123 1,363 251 1,042 70 3
2012 216 1 13 70 132 1,486 236 1,194 56 5
LOWELL 2011 107,167 472 3 18 79 372 1,535 436 964 135 20
2012 291 0 18 91 182 1,455 363 932 160 14
SPRINGFIELD 2011 153,993 807 8 16 258 525 3,411 1,100 1,918 393 22
2012 756 6 26 211 513 3,312 1,097 1,883 332 33
WORCESTER 2011 182,145 862 8 17 190 647 2,576 907 1,432 237 6
2012 817 6 11 178 622 3,034 941 1,853 240 3
MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR 2011 113,848 110 0 21 28 61 1,119 223 860 36 3
2012 112 1 15 32 64 1,203 306 843 54 9
DETROIT 2011 713,240 7,306 174 191 2,219 4,722 20,096 6,885 7,828 5,383 482
2012 7,016 170 206 2,020 4,620 19,353 6,282 7,510 5,561 317
FLINT 2011 102,357 1,081 28 48 259 746 2,762 1,460 922 380 92
2012 1,406 32 53 306 1,015 2,816 1,380 1,187 249 104
GRAND RAPIDS 2011 187,898 678 5 36 209 428 2,740 833 1,758 149 35
2012 727 4 26 222 475 3,253 951 2,169 133 34
LANSING 2011 114,211 600 2 49 132 417 1,960 783 1,069 108 13
2012 492 7 43 93 349 1,891 677 1,107 107 13
STERLING HEIGHTS4 2011 129,601 107 1 7 17 82 1,293 218 997 78 3
2012 115 4 10 17 84 1,246 155 1,034 57 5
WARREN 2011 133,955 337 6 47 74 210 1,797 500 939 358 20
2012 385 0 43 71 271 1,803 435 1,066 302 21
MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS 2011 385,531 1,722 13 162 678 869 8,367 2,090 5,488 789
2012 1,903 13 218 797 875 8,781 2,075 5,848 858 52
ROCHESTER3 2011 107,593 1 30 62 1,011 172 785 54 6
2012 1 24 45 1,327 252 1,033 42 8
ST. PAUL 2011 287,665 806 4 80 249 473 5,374 1,271 3,242 861 48
2012 1,029 6 86 317 620 5,550 1,450 3,235 865 63
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON4 2011 174,170 728 18 72 341 297 6,334 2,369 3,239 726 39
2012 831 32 61 392 346 5,556 2,005 2,991 560 29
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2011 108,894 275 1 17 44 213 1,845 344 1,433 68 8
2012 229 3 13 61 152 1,965 384 1,525 56 10
INDEPENDENCE 2011 117,255 226 1 18 43 164 2,911 532 2,078 301 10
2012 263 1 19 64 179 3,410 583 2,478 349 15
KANSAS CITY 2011 461,458 2,759 48 135 829 1,747 11,812 3,080 7,225 1,507 139
2012 2,681 47 115 739 1,780 12,083 3,275 7,267 1,541 106
SPRINGFIELD 2011 160,078 535 0 54 130 351 7,150 952 5,755 443 9
2012 804 5 70 160 569 7,045 1,034 5,576 435 25
ST. LOUIS 2011 320,454 2,856 68 91 977 1,720 12,731 3,336 7,811 1,584 95
2012 3,028 58 101 877 1,992 10,266 2,262 6,424 1,580 94
  • 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 The data collection methodology for the offense of forcible rape does not comply with national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines. Consequently, their figures for forcible rape and violent crime (of which forcible rape is a part) are not published in this Report.
  • 4 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.

Data Declaration

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