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Table 10

ARIZONA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff's office or county police department.]

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Violent
crime
Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Rape
(revised definition)1
Rape
(legacy definition)2
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson3
Metropolitan Counties Cochise 231 2 9 9 211 706 106 558 42 0
Coconino 109 1 22 3 83 421 136 269 16 28
Maricopa 1,100 18 79 78 925 5,227 1,231 3,471 525 58
Mohave 132 7 5 13 107 2,140 787 1,190 163
Pima 679 16 80 153 430 9,606 2,124 6,794 688 74
Pinal4 158 8 28 18 104 618 2,754 12
Yavapai 160 1 30 7 122 1,242 396 736 110 10
Yuma 163 6 15 4 138 1,179 557 539 83 9
Nonmetropolitan Counties Apache 53 0 2 3 48 206 96 101 9 35
Gila 64 1 3 1 59 407 89 278 40
Graham 96 0 1 0 95 172 50 103 19 1
La Paz 53 0 0 4 49 386 103 255 28 1
Navajo 54 0 4 0 50 505 268 190 47 4
Santa Cruz 2 0 0 1 1 202 78 89 35 0
  • 1 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 2 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the legacy UCR definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 3 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.
  • 4 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. 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.