January to June 2012

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny
-theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
MONTANA3 BILLINGS 2011 105,095 157 2 16 18 121 2,214 323 1,759 132 4
2012 172 2 17 36 117 2,182 366 1,659 157 5
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2011 260,685 484 1 84 82 317 4,919 644 4,102 173 11
2012 499 1 95 89 314 4,678 698 3,844 136 13
OMAHA 2011 412,608 1,014 19 114 331 550 8,690 1,531 5,899 1,260 42
2012 1,115 15 91 303 706 8,850 1,480 6,239 1,131 41
NEVADA HENDERSON 2011 259,902 281 2 30 94 155 2,301 596 1,511 194 26
2012 224 3 35 88 98 2,433 629 1,582 222 19
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2011 1,458,474 5,289 31 350 1,636 3,272 20,780 6,238 11,097 3,445 122
2012 5,629 32 301 1,795 3,501 21,895 6,619 12,150 3,126 118
NORTH LAS VEGAS3 2011 218,790 781 4 26 184 567 2,897 861 1,551 485 6
2012 824 6 33 180 605 2,643 739 1,447 457 7
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2011 109,708 271 0 31 69 171 1,787 376 1,352 59 32
2012 336 0 37 114 185 1,905 414 1,408 83 22
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2011 100,300 70 0 3 32 35 837 161 569 107 6
2012 61 0 5 33 23 740 136 556 48 5
ELIZABETH 2011 125,386 625 8 18 336 263 2,578 564 1,384 630 11
2012 471 7 18 235 211 2,140 479 1,116 545 1
JERSEY CITY 2011 248,423 894 9 22 430 433 2,797 733 1,642 422 16
2012 931 5 18 428 480 2,524 670 1,505 349 12
NEWARK 2011 278,064 1,411 45 26 819 521 4,534 1,006 1,797 1,731 23
2012 1,425 44 26 859 496 4,680 1,019 1,844 1,817 28
PATERSON 2011 146,685 671 8 20 277 366 2,142 816 908 418 2
2012 744 8 9 397 330 2,316 804 1,139 373 2
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2011 117,610 57 0 4 19 34 828 73 736 19 1
2012 38 0 3 16 19 968 74 875 19 1
BUFFALO3 2011 262,484 1,473 20 62 611 780 6,174 1,793 3,842 539 143
2012 1,633 20 77 667 869 6,388 1,779 4,074 535 153
NEW YORK 2011 8,211,875 23,822 227 548 8,877 14,170 64,233 8,238 51,725 4,270
2012 24,769 192 552 9,410 14,615 68,171 8,685 55,640 3,846
ROCHESTER 2011 211,511 948 14 47 315 572 5,084 1,369 3,404 311 77
2012 997 20 58 364 555 4,672 1,283 3,087 302 94
SYRACUSE 2011 145,822 610 3 30 161 416 2,327 738 1,468 121 23
2012 641 5 38 203 395 2,571 787 1,587 197 28
YONKERS 2011 196,857 465 3 17 211 234 1,292 330 848 114 4
2012 537 2 14 210 311 1,244 252 882 110 10
NORTH CAROLINA CARY3 2011 136,949 50 0 7 20 23 1,023 198 790 35 4
2012 66 0 3 17 46 965 171 769 25 7
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2011 789,478 2,244 19 114 733 1,378 15,078 4,111 10,007 960 100
2012 2,565 27 114 857 1,567 15,519 3,534 10,948 1,037 98
DURHAM 2011 231,225 837 18 31 309 479 5,337 1,870 3,201 266 9
2012 799 11 41 261 486 5,067 1,636 3,106 325 28
FAYETTEVILLE 2011 203,107 481 9 27 207 238 5,882 1,809 3,770 303 27
2012 562 10 34 245 273 6,362 2,026 3,991 345 26
HIGH POINT 2011 105,695 291 2 14 97 178 2,263 575 1,574 114 13
2012 289 1 11 95 182 2,087 527 1,425 135 20
RALEIGH 2011 409,014 777 8 62 274 433 6,088 1,374 4,300 414 42
2012 821 7 59 297 458 6,771 1,494 4,819 458 37
WILMINGTON 2011 107,826 312 4 16 119 173 2,707 690 1,814 203 12
2012 319 3 14 119 183 2,990 893 1,911 186 4
WINSTON-SALEM 2011 232,529 769 7 49 218 495 6,611 2,218 4,095 298 27
2012 828 4 38 211 575 6,751 2,271 4,148 332 39
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2011 107,329 204 0 21 21 162 1,200 187 943 70 4
2012 196 1 38 16 141 1,325 201 1,046 78 5
OHIO AKRON 2011 199,256 776 7 85 312 372 4,751 1,849 2,553 349 51
2012 802 12 94 258 438 4,920 1,664 2,877 379 48
CINCINNATI 2011 297,160 1,450 34 86 792 538 9,382 2,918 5,839 625 143
2012 1,332 22 79 772 459 8,438 2,705 5,207 526 186
CLEVELAND 2011 397,106 2,505 32 185 1,394 894 10,920 4,330 4,779 1,811 159
2012 2,475 33 163 1,432 847 11,146 4,508 5,084 1,554 128
COLUMBUS 2011 787,609 2,439 41 280 1,509 609 22,800 6,735 14,271 1,794
2012 2,340 32 255 1,472 581 18,712 6,846 10,231 1,635 270
DAYTON 2011 141,631 607 19 51 281 256 3,703 1,378 2,044 281 66
2012 648 14 49 277 308 4,076 1,432 2,268 376 51
  • 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.

Data Declaration

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