Table 4

January to June 2012-2013

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Alabama through California

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM3 2012 213,266
2013 1,468 39 79 455 895 6,357 1,942 3,964 451
HUNTSVILLE 2012 183,691 813 1 46 231 535 4,606 1,095 3,136 375 10
2013 793 12 22 208 551 4,347 893 3,149 305
MOBILE3, 4 2012 251,516
2013 725 11 14 195 505 6,032 1,459 4,270 303
MONTGOMERY 2012 209,018 315 12 13 150 140 4,461 1,127 2,968 366 30
2013 374 25 22 178 149 4,361 984 3,000 377
ALASKA ANCHORAGE5 2012 299,143 1,217 11 145 234 827 4,871 503 4,009 359 47
2013 1,200 9 199 240 752 5,571 591 4,583 397 33
ARIZONA CHANDLER6 2012 242,721 315 2 37 72 204 3,412 513 2,765 134 27
2013 291 0 23 83 185 2,923 495 2,318 110 36
GILBERT5 2012 214,264 103 4 9 25 65 1,707 325 1,286 96 14
2013 102 1 6 23 72 1,585 302 1,216 67 14
GLENDALE 2012 232,997 566 7 25 201 333 7,107 1,441 5,010 656 49
2013 479 6 28 182 263 6,811 1,240 5,103 468 34
MESA 2012 451,391 889 8 85 257 539 7,045 1,291 5,334 420 46
2013 877 14 91 236 536 6,414 1,171 4,759 484 74
PEORIA 2012 158,347 152 5 7 39 101 2,444 516 1,768 160 6
2013 143 4 12 35 92 1,995 338 1,545 112 3
PHOENIX7 2012 1,485,509 4,451 61 263 1,716 2,411 29,394 8,560 17,262 3,572 159
2013 52 322 1,714 29,754 8,515 18,065 3,174 135
SCOTTSDALE 2012 223,432 149 2 18 51 78 3,022 602 2,300 120 20
2013 190 2 29 49 110 2,842 550 2,193 99 10
SURPRISE 2012 120,793 78 1 4 27 46 1,359 313 981 65 7
2013 74 0 8 28 38 1,050 187 788 75 4
TEMPE 2012 166,061 446 9 28 125 284 3,857 570 3,048 239 15
2013 404 2 32 111 259 3,834 692 2,898 244 30
TUCSON6, 8 2012 531,535 1,867 20 127 587 1,133 2,344 1,259 94
2013 1,689 23 103 508 1,055 17,071 2,524 13,384 1,163 85
ARKANSAS5 LITTLE ROCK 2012 196,055 1,230 21 72 338 799 7,483 1,971 4,994 518 46
2013 1,255 18 55 404 778 7,453 1,852 5,012 589 51
CALIFORNIA ANAHEIM 2012 344,526 605 8 47 216 334 4,901 725 3,400 776 12
2013 614 6 39 237 332 5,111 784 3,536 791 16
ANTIOCH 2012 105,009 517 4 16 175 322 2,487 889 1,023 575 17
2013 497 7 6 177 307 2,071 721 892 458 30
BAKERSFIELD 2012 355,696 917 16 21 310 570 8,351 2,237 4,618 1,496 114
2013 934 13 27 335 559 8,327 2,191 4,741 1,395 111
BERKELEY 2012 114,961 259 3 18 178 60 2,657 434 1,903 320 6
2013 299 1 16 221 61 2,621 474 1,855 292 8
BURBANK 2012 105,057 117 0 13 60 44 1,221 167 962 92 6
2013 96 0 10 31 55 1,180 158 912 110 4
CARLSBAD 2012 107,879 137 0 15 18 104 983 237 685 61 3
2013 105 0 10 23 72 1,064 279 723 62 8
CHULA VISTA 2012 249,830 283 5 16 112 150 2,429 433 1,502 494 14
2013 298 2 19 124 153 2,668 495 1,786 387 28
CONCORD 2012 125,205 204 0 13 80 111 1,929 414 1,244 271 9
2013 214 1 5 80 128 1,977 421 1,279 277 5
CORONA 2012 157,342 107 0 6 52 49 1,939 365 1,353 221 6
2013 91 6 5 36 44 1,636 301 1,103 232 4
COSTA MESA 2012 112,635 130 0 14 43 73 1,850 335 1,353 162 13
2013 114 0 20 44 50 1,713 237 1,321 155 6
DALY CITY 2012 103,311 116 0 5 40 71 872 194 558 120 14
2013 105 0 6 49 50 904 174 562 168 16
DOWNEY 2012 113,628 189 2 7 93 87 1,712 325 949 438 0
2013 172 4 6 89 73 1,671 302 949 420 1
EL CAJON 2012 101,864 188 1 16 68 103 1,305 259 839 207 7
2013 162 1 8 75 78 1,441 243 968 230 7
ELK GROVE 2012 156,344 239 1 7 39 192 1,582 343 1,120 119 16
2013 245 0 6 47 192 1,426 271 1,071 84 7
EL MONTE 2012 115,356 191 2 8 105 76 1,146 283 557 306 6
2013 168 1 6 75 86 1,043 281 511 251 4
ESCONDIDO 2012 147,386 308 4 18 98 188 1,875 390 1,150 335 10
2013 268 3 14 94 157 1,703 310 1,041 352 4
FAIRFIELD 2012 107,110 244 7 14 65 158 1,600 310 1,024 266 12
2013 282 3 7 93 179 1,553 401 972 180 10
FONTANA 2012 200,874 390 4 15 130 241 2,188 578 1,174 436 11
2013 365 3 13 116 233 2,190 502 1,238 450 6
FREMONT 2012 218,927 150 2 3 63 82 2,204 648 1,285 271 6
2013 155 1 12 80 62 1,969 516 1,135 318 8
FRESNO 2012 506,011 1,398 29 27 475 867 12,571 2,847 7,716 2,008 66
2013 1,317 21 23 470 803 11,295 2,711 6,605 1,979 99
FULLERTON 2012 138,455 244 0 11 74 159 1,913 398 1,347 168 5
2013 194 0 16 51 127 1,941 343 1,450 148 12
GARDEN GROVE 2012 175,079 236 0 10 66 160 1,996 387 1,326 283 13
2013 228 1 8 71 148 1,685 336 1,109 240 15
GLENDALE 2012 194,902 109 0 3 54 52 1,563 276 1,121 166 7
2013 90 0 4 31 55 1,537 266 1,136 135 2
HAYWARD 2012 147,424 321 2 19 169 131 2,335 554 1,098 683 19
2013 295 2 15 171 107 2,480 544 1,039 897 6
HUNTINGTON BEACH 2012 194,677 139 1 12 32 94 2,521 382 1,988 151 27
2013 186 0 14 51 121 2,378 382 1,830 166 11
INGLEWOOD 2012 111,488 380 5 16 183 176 1,311 308 677 326 12
2013 372 3 17 159 193 1,352 337 735 280 15
IRVINE 2012 217,528 54 1 5 19 29 1,564 249 1,270 45 8
2013 59 2 9 16 32 1,756 316 1,353 87 8
LANCASTER 2012 159,155 468 6 23 155 284 1,773 540 1,016 217 43
2013 403 6 23 108 266 1,705 500 1,032 173 16
LONG BEACH 2012 469,893 1,401 15 63 600 723 6,968 1,802 3,932 1,234 60
2013 1,176 20 54 588 514 6,537 1,963 3,378 1,196 45
LOS ANGELES 2012 3,855,122 9,178 151 477 4,409 4,141 43,051 7,979 27,766 7,306
2013 8,163 133 380 3,849 3,801 42,127 7,938 27,111 7,078 454
MODESTO 2012 204,631 775 12 28 239 496 5,399 1,261 3,271 867 24
2013 841 6 43 211 581 4,880 1,120 3,173 587 31
MORENO VALLEY 2012 199,673 353 1 10 145 197 3,039 1,021 1,585 433 4
2013 336 4 18 170 144 3,022 965 1,627 430 3
MURRIETA 2012 106,839 31 0 5 8 18 791 178 559 54 2
2013 32 0 3 9 20 828 152 565 111 3
NORWALK 2012 107,295 192 4 5 79 104 1,309 290 763 256 7
2013 212 3 12 73 124 1,177 248 665 264 5
OAKLAND 2012 399,487 3,702 53 135 1,949 1,565 12,485 3,114 6,033 3,338 97
2013 4,104 45 89 2,541 1,429 12,258 2,616 6,298 3,344 71
OCEANSIDE 2012 171,141 330 4 25 75 226 1,892 363 1,302 227 10
2013 347 7 22 91 227 2,238 299 1,750 189 11
ONTARIO 2012 167,933 241 0 16 124 101 2,493 521 1,528 444 16
2013 205 5 11 90 99 2,420 478 1,342 600 17
ORANGE 2012 139,692 75 4 4 36 31 1,364 222 1,006 136 11
2013 56 2 2 21 31 1,306 277 886 143 5
OXNARD 2012 201,797 289 4 0 150 135 1,909 401 1,269 239 19
2013 327 6 7 161 153 2,533 516 1,733 284 10
PALMDALE 2012 155,294 395 2 21 108 264 1,633 507 994 132 16
2013 362 4 11 126 221 1,742 606 955 181 11
PASADENA 2012 139,382 181 1 7 77 96 1,735 440 1,181 114 28
2013 216 2 11 80 123 1,832 515 1,186 131 11
POMONA 2012 151,511 457 11 25 176 245 2,429 418 1,471 540 9
2013 473 14 40 167 252 2,228 467 1,219 542 8
RANCHO CUCAMONGA 2012 169,276 161 2 5 54 100 2,118 710 1,206 202 7
2013 160 0 10 64 86 2,008 725 1,060 223 4
RIALTO 2012 101,595 260 1 10 102 147 1,811 497 894 420 6
2013 227 1 11 100 115 1,541 435 671 435 7
RICHMOND 2012 106,357 548 10 23 183 332 2,334 724 818 792 13
2013 655 11 20 225 399 2,455 888 879 688 8
RIVERSIDE 2012 313,532 603 10 36 235 322 5,050 1,060 3,361 629 34
2013 720 6 35 271 408 5,573 1,075 3,638 860 48
ROSEVILLE 2012 122,896 147 2 4 50 91 1,557 256 1,201 100 10
2013 134 0 7 33 94 1,664 240 1,315 109 6
SACRAMENTO 2012 476,557 1,731 15 67 576 1,073 9,658 2,123 5,764 1,771 65
2013 1,609 18 43 614 934 9,088 2,159 5,555 1,374 77
SALINAS 2012 154,413 514 13 20 241 240 2,280 562 1,282 436 23
2013 504 6 13 245 240 2,850 540 1,455 855 14
SAN BERNARDINO 2012 214,987 928 23 32 376 497 4,939 1,398 2,425 1,116 22
2013 943 23 33 396 491 4,709 1,337 1,983 1,389 29
SAN DIEGO 2012 1,338,477 2,719 27 172 726 1,794 15,286 2,782 9,371 3,133 86
2013 2,514 19 143 686 1,666 15,767 3,043 9,579 3,145 86
SAN FRANCISCO 2012 820,363 2,767 38 55 1,601 1,073 17,987 2,643 12,910 2,434 104
2013 3,278 22 40 1,989 1,227 22,181 2,799 16,535 2,847 120
SAN JOSE 2012 976,459 1,761 18 130 614 999 12,885 2,421 7,006 3,458 80
2013 1,569 24 123 524 898 13,482 2,616 6,410 4,456 76
SANTA ANA 2012 332,482 677 6 25 283 363 3,495 503 2,269 723 19
2013 549 8 31 222 288 3,406 452 2,216 738 10
SANTA CLARA 2012 119,360 97 0 7 33 57 1,596 284 1,117 195 13
2013 89 0 5 27 57 1,413 221 1,005 187 9
SANTA CLARITA 2012 179,248 164 0 11 51 102 1,344 290 924 130 12
2013 135 1 11 35 88 1,391 387 881 123 9
SANTA MARIA 2012 101,207 314 0 11 48 255 1,026 291 541 194 2
2013 333 2 11 64 256 1,446 336 786 324 7
SANTA ROSA 2012 170,862 325 1 40 66 218 1,986 390 1,428 168 15
2013 280 0 19 56 205 1,762 310 1,292 160 14
SIMI VALLEY 2012 126,686 77 2 5 17 53 996 204 727 65 4
2013 81 0 6 19 56 893 195 628 70 9
STOCKTON 2012 299,105 2,401 33 56 790 1,522 7,460 2,261 4,115 1,084 36
2013 1,897 12 49 567 1,269 7,762 2,212 4,450 1,100 43
SUNNYVALE 2012 143,606 78 3 8 31 36 1,199 235 808 156 15
2013 79 2 9 20 48 1,233 292 739 202 7
TEMECULA 2012 103,414 54 0 8 21 25 1,185 265 834 86 1
2013 52 3 7 20 22 1,578 414 1,026 138 4
THOUSAND OAKS 2012 129,171 78 0 11 20 47 957 144 762 51 7
2013 74 0 4 27 43 936 182 697 57 7
TORRANCE 2012 147,851 83 1 8 42 32 1,358 260 955 143 2
2013 83 0 7 36 40 1,425 290 934 201 2
VALLEJO 2012 117,912 449 6 24 199 220 2,951 1,305 879 767 21
2013 527 12 20 209 286 2,683 1,411 730 542 30
VENTURA 2012 108,511 153 1 17 70 65 1,753 334 1,307 112 11
2013 138 1 15 50 72 1,917 372 1,427 118 5
VICTORVILLE 2012 118,687 355 2 20 108 225 2,019 805 921 293 11
2013 338 5 23 106 204 1,877 621 938 318 7
VISALIA 2012 127,604 269 2 22 67 178 2,666 558 1,876 232 2
2013 247 2 13 87 145 2,212 492 1,435 285 1
WEST COVINA 2012 107,861 130 0 5 49 76 1,641 250 1,098 293 1
2013 132 1 2 53 76 1,692 281 1,172 239 0
  • 1 The 2013 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 6 months for 2012 and/or 2013.
  • 3 Birmingham and Mobile, Alabama, submitted a 12 month total for 2012 offenses; therefore, no 2012 six month figures were included in this table.
  • 4 The population for the city of Mobile, Alabama, includes 55,819 inhabitants from the jurisdiction of the Mobile County Sheriff's Department.
  • 5 The figure shown for the 2013 rape offense was reported using the new definition of rape and is not comparable to previous years' historical forcible rape data.
  • 6 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 7 The FBI determined that the agency's data were overreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this table.
  • 8 The FBI determined that the agency did not follow national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines for reporting the 2012 larceny-theft offense. Consequently, this figure is not included in this table.
  • NOTE: All the 2012 rape figures were reported based on the historical definition of forcible rape.

Data Declaration

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