Table 4

January to June 2012-2013

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Colorado through Idaho

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson
COLORADO2 ARVADA 2012 109,029 77 0 13 21 43 1,270 193 1,001 76 12
2013 75 0 17 13 45 1,366 168 1,108 90 14
AURORA 2012 336,952 743 8 103 245 387 5,048 920 3,674 454 33
2013 714 10 117 240 347 5,328 952 3,917 459 44
BOULDER 2012 100,257 102 0 17 24 61 1,442 233 1,148 61 16
2013 142 0 23 13 106 1,333 223 1,066 44 10
CENTENNIAL 2012 104,022 78 0 19 18 41 703 152 512 39 11
2013 86 5 20 12 49 571 88 456 27 7
COLORADO SPRINGS 2012 432,287 975 11 203 229 532 8,500 1,734 6,021 745 36
2013 884 14 180 191 499 8,564 1,744 5,899 921 30
DENVER 2012 628,545 1,826 20 200 527 1,079 10,807 2,334 6,777 1,696 54
2013 1,765 20 216 492 1,037 11,237 2,290 7,295 1,652 31
FORT COLLINS 2012 148,792 203 1 26 21 155 2,020 281 1,674 65 5
2013 177 0 35 14 128 1,813 239 1,512 62 6
LAKEWOOD 2012 146,404 316 0 44 75 197 3,038 420 2,376 242 7
2013 321 4 59 59 199 3,536 436 2,800 300 9
PUEBLO 2012 109,065 391 4 12 93 282 3,318 908 2,195 215 24
2013 466 1 84 110 271 3,561 867 2,486 208 15
THORNTON3 2012 123,115 149 1 24 23 101 1,603 228 1,228 147 12
2013 126 3 31 18 74 1,445 182 1,095 168 11
WESTMINSTER 2012 109,461 120 0 13 20 87 1,364 197 1,046 121 5
2013 120 1 9 28 82 1,430 212 1,039 179 7
CONNECTICUT BRIDGEPORT 2012 146,030 699 11 25 281 382 2,448 654 1,342 452 15
2013 617 5 28 248 336 2,109 547 1,233 329 14
HARTFORD 2012 125,203 804 9 15 291 489 2,559 484 1,666 409 43
2013 732 8 20 304 400 2,380 464 1,647 269 24
NEW HAVEN2 2012 129,934 863 9 32 360 462 3,070 698 2,009 363 7
2013 793 8 44 355 386 3,053 560 2,087 406 10
STAMFORD2 2012 124,201 164 3 18 61 82 985 135 761 89 6
2013 169 1 12 82 74 940 199 665 76 5
WATERBURY 2012 110,486 149 3 4 77 65 2,360 355 1,800 205 4
2013 197 0 2 112 83 2,229 309 1,585 335 1
FLORIDA2 CAPE CORAL 2012 159,625 99 0 6 19 74 1,772 428 1,286 58 7
2013 103 2 1 24 76 1,611 336 1,210 65 3
CLEARWATER 2012 109,255 386 3 34 99 250 2,147 415 1,642 90 16
2013 314 2 33 89 190 2,051 383 1,573 95 7
CORAL SPRINGS 2012 125,021 118 0 3 32 83 1,427 283 1,065 79 6
2013 120 0 10 57 53 1,201 199 942 60 2
FORT LAUDERDALE 2012 170,827 713 8 32 369 304 4,870 1,533 3,032 305 21
2013 697 5 43 332 317 4,697 1,318 3,117 262 24
GAINESVILLE 2012 127,036 449 3 47 88 311 2,429 503 1,817 109 5
2013 407 3 26 70 308 2,372 382 1,898 92 5
HIALEAH 2012 233,107 411 1 21 137 252 3,561 479 2,714 368 4
2013 365 2 25 100 238 3,177 400 2,435 342 6
JACKSONVILLE 2012 840,660 2,547 39 164 625 1,719 16,898 3,828 12,285 785 45
2013 2,521 33 247 627 1,614 15,815 3,385 11,674 756 47
MIAMI 2012 414,327 2,429 30 25 980 1,394 11,473 2,200 7,724 1,549 41
2013 2,379 29 49 1,037 1,264 10,270 1,972 7,392 906 41
MIAMI GARDENS 2012 111,177 401 10 7 148 236 2,296 578 1,515 203 13
2013 487 6 8 178 295 2,248 541 1,460 247 11
MIRAMAR 2012 125,998 281 2 18 75 186 1,480 412 950 118 6
2013 257 1 23 81 152 1,546 487 948 111 9
ORLANDO 2012 246,513 1,301 13 76 297 915 8,044 1,938 5,497 609 23
2013 1,144 12 57 253 822 8,115 1,848 5,753 514 22
PALM BAY 2012 104,635 251 2 11 31 207 1,222 369 787 66 7
2013 264 3 11 37 213 1,136 338 731 67 10
PEMBROKE PINES 2012 159,744 120 1 8 42 69 2,142 411 1,615 116 4
2013 143 0 5 47 91 2,017 424 1,504 89 2
POMPANO BEACH 2012 103,003 561 2 18 200 341 2,725 633 1,858 234 9
2013 406 2 36 138 230 2,497 620 1,728 149 6
PORT ST. LUCIE 2012 168,416 201 4 21 30 146 1,537 424 1,072 41 5
2013 142 0 13 15 114 938 283 620 35 1
ST. PETERSBURG 2012 248,340 1,119 6 54 301 758 6,101 1,368 4,318 415 34
2013 1,208 8 67 339 794 6,461 1,480 4,481 500 30
TALLAHASSEE 2012 185,461 756 5 58 241 452 4,138 1,289 2,615 234 3
2013 728 7 87 216 418 3,819 997 2,652 170 7
TAMPA 2012 350,758 1,026 11 18 252 745 4,671 1,115 3,251 305 40
2013 955 11 40 232 672 4,190 920 2,995 275 42
WEST PALM BEACH 2012 102,422 395 7 15 155 218 2,735 647 1,929 159 7
2013 324 8 6 131 179 2,307 496 1,622 189 9
GEORGIA ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY 2012 117,457 223 0 19 79 125 2,196 500 1,584 112 10
2013 182 0 20 55 107 1,956 472 1,387 97 8
ATLANTA 2012 437,041 2,984 38 60 1,024 1,862 13,670 2,868 8,448 2,354 55
2013 2,693 36 52 1,139 1,466 13,544 3,007 8,209 2,328 37
COLUMBUS 2012 196,178 479 12 18 192 257 5,126 1,161 3,572 393 13
2013 482 13 16 200 253 5,742 1,481 3,767 494 18
SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METROPOLITAN 2012 231,285 409 7 12 217 173 3,940 918 2,735 287 16
2013 412 15 17 188 192 3,973 1,009 2,623 341 19
IDAHO2 BOISE 2012 211,569 260 1 37 31 191 2,809 436 2,294 79 19
2013 257 3 57 17 180 2,148 380 1,679 89 24
  • 1 The 2013 population figures are FBI estimates based on provisional data from the U.S. Census Bureau. (See Data Declaration.)
  • 2 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.
  • 3 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • NOTE: All the 2012 rape figures were reported based on the historical definition of forcible rape.

Data Declaration

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