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Table 10

CALIFORNIA

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 Alameda 648 5 21 194 428 2,409 659 947 803 21
Butte 96 7 10 17 62 1,210 515 686 9 0
Contra Costa 429 6 29 118 276 2,138 838 1,288 12 18
El Dorado 210 2 26 16 166 2,066 747 1,269 50 4
Fresno 849 11 8 93 737 4,212 1,358 2,133 721 142
Imperial 199 1 14 11 173 714 260 433 21 8
Kern 2,157 23 92 409 1,633 10,641 3,859 5,044 1,738 254
Kings 171 4 12 16 139 593 235 303 55 9
Los Angeles 5,323 72 171 1,357 3,723 16,004 4,363 8,095 3,546 157
Madera 367 6 28 18 315 1,365 666 675 24 4
Marin 99 2 7 12 78 710 269 440 1 3
Merced 545 17 15 36 477 1,833 687 1,116 30 3
Monterey 205 12 11 46 136 1,412 482 906 24 6
Napa 39 0 5 4 30 372 140 229 3 3
Orange 241 1 9 23 208 1,241 261 877 103 6
Placer 262 1 28 13 220 1,763 640 1,083 40 8
Riverside 692 20 30 142 500 7,786 2,405 4,192 1,189 25
Sacramento 3,033 30 158 1,027 1,818 12,011 4,211 7,683 117 65
San Benito 50 0 7 5 38 205 61 139 5 0
San Bernardino 980 18 59 133 770 6,029 2,219 2,560 1,250 71
San Diego 1,505 6 78 206 1,215 5,607 1,682 3,092 833 41
San Joaquin 640 14 20 144 462 4,331 1,520 2,651 160 12
San Luis Obispo 298 2 26 9 261 1,327 540 781 6 4
San Mateo 310 0 13 51 246 2,792 545 1,959 288 13
Santa Barbara 268 1 42 29 196 1,773 569 1,191 13 10
Santa Clara 189 3 13 23 150 1,490 363 951 176 0
Santa Cruz 296 3 20 35 238 1,874 740 1,118 16 15
Shasta 501 8 27 29 437 961 504 408 49 63
Solano 121 1 8 15 97 404 209 170 25 11
Sonoma 592 5 33 51 503 1,357 552 795 10 17
Stanislaus 365 13 20 106 226 2,451 1,076 1,312 63 10
Sutter 70 2 7 5 56 904 341 504 59 1
Tulare4 641 18 20 108 495 1,180 1,613
Ventura 123 3 13 23 84 1,027 307 648 72 18
Yolo 43 0 4 3 36 409 134 261 14 9
Yuba 185 3 22 24 136 1,303 457 839 7 13
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 6 0 0 0 6 33 8 25 0 0
Amador 67 0 5 7 55 440 176 262 2 5
Calaveras 121 5 20 10 86 843 332 504 7 0
Colusa 24 0 3 1 20 308 92 209 7 0
Del Norte 81 0 13 16 52 272 161 109 2 11
Glenn 107 0 9 4 94 325 120 198 7 1
Humboldt 153 3 18 32 100 1,149 596 520 33 13
Inyo 47 0 7 1 39 183 74 107 2 1
Lake 216 2 16 29 169 759 373 380 6 8
Lassen 43 0 7 0 36 169 74 93 2 3
Mariposa 84 0 6 1 77 291 98 190 3 0
Mendocino 265 4 21 21 219 683 309 361 13 24
Modoc 41 1 8 1 31 85 34 48 3 2
Mono 10 0 0 0 10 68 20 46 2 0
Nevada 274 2 13 8 251 631 353 272 6 1
Plumas 90 1 12 2 75 370 141 227 2 2
Sierra 7 0 0 0 7 77 43 32 2 0
Siskiyou 23 0 0 0 23 178 91 85 2 0
Tehama 158 1 7 3 147 274 99 175 0 14
Trinity 30 1 1 5 23 106 46 60 0 0
Tuolumne 90 0 6 8 76 771 385 382 4 4
  • 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.