Table 4

January to June 2012-2013

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Illinois through Missouri

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
ILLINOIS AURORA 2012 199,765 265 0 31 67 167 1,680 421 1,198 61 15
2013 283 2 23 52 206 1,398 299 1,048 51 8
CHICAGO3 2012 2,708,382 254 6,072 5,942 53,807 10,378 34,794 8,635
2013 179 5,416 5,074 47,071 8,312 31,976 6,783 211
ELGIN 2012 109,155 134 1 41 38 54 878 181 661 36 6
2013 106 2 28 33 43 832 150 637 45 3
JOLIET 2012 148,471 239 3 11 46 179 1,840 421 1,356 63 41
2013 286 6 20 82 178 1,501 355 1,086 60 26
NAPERVILLE 2012 142,840 59 1 3 9 46 945 102 826 17 10
2013 49 0 2 9 38 886 91 781 14 2
PEORIA 2012 115,288 416 6 9 139 262 2,385 697 1,576 112 27
2013 372 6 16 119 231 2,002 511 1,405 86 12
ROCKFORD4 2012 152,293 1,052 4 61 233 754 3,497 916 2,422 159 42
2013 985 5 74 176 730 3,313 875 2,242 196 18
SPRINGFIELD 2012 117,131 644 4 35 130 475 3,643 843 2,693 107 18
2013 589 4 35 133 417 2,663 534 2,043 86 22
INDIANA FORT WAYNE4 2012 256,625 420 12 46 166 196 4,321 895 3,260 166 22
2013 397 17 33 194 153 4,482 1,015 3,309 158 9
INDIANAPOLIS4 2012 838,650 4,944 46 217 1,600 3,081 23,084 7,034 13,791 2,259 215
2013 4,881 65 310 1,650 2,856 20,759 6,301 12,172 2,286 136
SOUTH BEND4 2012 101,398 269 8 22 132 107 2,402 845 1,414 143 16
2013 285 3 44 156 82 2,095 611 1,349 135 11
IOWA4 CEDAR RAPIDS 2012 128,401 158 1 18 37 102 2,244 481 1,644 119 13
2013 207 4 26 42 135 2,063 416 1,516 131 8
KANSAS KANSAS CITY 2012 147,201 423 7 40 117 259 3,734 861 2,244 629 27
2013 379 14 44 130 191 3,409 669 2,205 535 19
OVERLAND PARK 2012 177,085 135 1 16 18 100 1,891 223 1,522 146 14
2013 117 0 23 15 79 1,813 219 1,427 167 7
TOPEKA 2012 128,843 408 1 21 117 269 3,335 606 2,483 246 3
2013 288 5 14 75 194 3,133 679 2,207 247 3
WICHITA4 2012 386,409 1,416 9 129 232 1,046 10,513 1,929 7,788 796 64
2013 1,430 6 107 248 1,069 9,889 1,816 7,218 855 54
KENTUCKY4 LEXINGTON4 2012 302,332 501 6 60 269 166 6,513 1,343 4,777 393 39
2013 411 7 61 197 146 5,887 1,226 4,308 353 25
LOUISVILLE METRO 2012 666,200 1,956 25 87 686 1,158 14,498 3,358 9,973 1,167 103
2013 1,753 20 74 678 981 13,442 3,261 9,275 906 105
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2012 231,500 1,364 34 35 529 766 6,080 1,919 3,910 251 101
2013 1,026 26 42 425 533 5,466 1,616 3,597 253 61
LAFAYETTE 2012 122,852 387 6 5 93 283 3,207 613 2,493 101 21
2013 422 5 11 139 267 3,599 679 2,763 157 6
NEW ORLEANS 2012 362,874 1,466 97 72 541 756 6,655 1,518 3,966 1,171
2013 1,433 77 78 523 755 6,958 1,580 4,384 994
SHREVEPORT 2012 202,164 756 8 44 180 524 4,855 1,215 3,418 222 49
2013 719 11 39 199 470 4,506 1,073 3,198 235 36
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2012 625,474 4,260 105 153 1,622 2,380 13,925 3,717 8,395 1,813 146
2013 4,329 115 149 1,769 2,296 14,069 3,372 8,761 1,936 137
MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON 2012 630,648 2,524 23 112 865 1,524 8,436 1,520 6,123 793
2013 2,455 24 138 904 1,389 8,263 1,516 6,129 618
CAMBRIDGE4 2012 106,981 212 1 10 70 131 1,487 236 1,195 56 5
2013 178 1 8 55 114 1,245 175 1,024 46 5
LOWELL4 2012 108,539 291 0 18 91 182 1,464 365 938 161 14
2013 291 2 18 96 175 1,600 373 1,079 148 10
SPRINGFIELD4 2012 154,518 762 6 28 213 515 3,340 1,101 1,905 334 33
2013 811 11 40 282 478 3,252 1,037 1,904 311 23
WORCESTER4 2012 183,247 831 6 18 178 629 3,042 945 1,859 238 3
2013 804 5 17 194 588 3,037 987 1,853 197 3
MICHIGAN4 ANN ARBOR 2012 115,008 112 1 15 32 64 1,212 308 850 54 9
2013 119 0 23 20 76 1,110 213 866 31 8
DETROIT 2012 707,096 7,176 165 213 2,083 4,715 19,384 6,378 7,593 5,413 327
2013 6,853 151 312 2,251 4,139 19,917 5,638 8,451 5,828 296
FLINT 2012 101,632 1,410 31 57 306 1,016 2,833 1,383 1,200 250 104
2013 1,038 24 83 251 680 2,182 1,049 979 154 72
GRAND RAPIDS 2012 189,953 728 4 27 222 475 3,253 951 2,169 133 34
2013 593 6 24 201 362 2,833 737 1,984 112 26
LANSING 2012 114,688 507 7 45 98 357 1,938 688 1,137 113 14
2013 580 6 73 113 388 1,691 525 1,025 141 17
STERLING HEIGHTS 2012 129,974 116 4 10 17 85 1,260 155 1,045 60 6
2013 120 0 18 9 93 1,216 150 982 84 4
WARREN 2012 134,340 362 0 38 68 256 1,746 414 1,038 294 22
2013 329 1 62 81 185 1,745 415 1,043 287 19
MINNESOTA4 MINNEAPOLIS 2012 390,240 1,903 13 218 797 875 8,781 2,075 5,848 858 52
2013 1,782 13 194 784 791 8,500 1,871 5,884 745 65
ST. PAUL 2012 290,700 1,029 6 86 317 620 5,550 1,450 3,235 865 63
2013 988 7 112 302 567 5,125 1,321 3,049 755 46
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON 2012 175,939 831 32 61 392 346 5,556 2,005 2,991 560 29
2013 799 19 50 415 315 4,888 1,571 2,786 531 71
MISSOURI4 COLUMBIA 2012 110,646 229 3 13 61 152 1,965 384 1,525 56 10
2013 211 4 21 58 128 1,957 265 1,627 65 4
INDEPENDENCE 2012 117,433 263 1 19 64 179 3,410 583 2,478 349 15
2013 222 1 28 51 142 3,403 595 2,432 376 18
KANSAS CITY 2012 464,073 2,787 48 131 754 1,854 12,449 3,347 7,526 1,576 107
2013 2,805 46 196 758 1,805 12,119 3,265 6,944 1,910 94
SPRINGFIELD 2012 160,962 804 5 70 160 569 7,045 1,034 5,576 435 25
2013 908 5 133 189 581 7,193 1,140 5,528 525 38
ST. LOUIS 2012 318,667 3,028 58 101 877 1,992 10,266 2,262 6,424 1,580 94
2013 2,419 49 162 680 1,528 9,934 1,960 6,432 1,542 79
  • 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 The data collection methodology for the offense of forcible rape does not comply with national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines. Consequently, their figures for forcible rape and violent crime (of which forcible rape is a part) are not included in this Report.
  • 4 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.
  • NOTE: All the 2012 rape figures were reported based on the historical definition of forcible rape.

Data Declaration

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