Table 4

January to June 2012-2013

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
MONTANA3 BILLINGS 2012 106,371 189 2 17 37 133 2,185 366 1,662 157 5
2013 164 0 12 31 121 2,767 480 2,071 216 3
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2012 264,175 499 1 95 89 314 4,678 698 3,844 136 13
2013 461 1 69 91 300 4,051 580 3,341 130 15
OMAHA 2012 417,970 1,115 15 91 303 706 8,850 1,480 6,239 1,131 41
2013 1,143 21 95 330 697 8,598 1,515 5,649 1,434 37
NEVADA HENDERSON 2012 263,469 224 3 35 88 98 2,433 629 1,582 222 19
2013 167 2 16 78 71 2,705 669 1,808 228 13
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2012 1,479,393 5,629 32 301 1,795 3,501 21,895 6,619 12,150 3,126 118
2013 5,587 50 345 1,970 3,222 23,164 7,130 13,119 2,915 116
NORTH LAS VEGAS 2012 221,884 824 6 33 180 605 2,643 739 1,447 457 7
2013 955 2 50 220 683 2,824 1,020 1,404 400 1
RENO 2012 230,486 568 0 11 155 402 3,713 797 2,483 433 10
2013 570 6 40 139 385 3,442 723 2,324 395 10
NEW HAMPSHIRE3 MANCHESTER 2012 110,040 336 0 37 114 185 1,906 414 1,408 84 22
2013 319 2 46 113 158 1,851 367 1,420 64 17
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2012 101,007 61 0 5 33 23 740 136 556 48 5
2013 59 0 4 25 30 633 133 438 62 5
ELIZABETH 2012 126,281 471 7 18 235 211 2,140 479 1,116 545 1
2013 467 1 13 238 215 1,747 386 882 479 1
JERSEY CITY 2012 251,554 931 5 18 428 480 2,524 670 1,505 349 12
2013 842 7 19 356 460 2,360 575 1,415 370 14
NEWARK 2012 278,906 1,425 44 26 859 496 4,680 1,019 1,844 1,817 28
2013 1,666 42 23 1,120 481 4,559 1,048 2,068 1,443 16
PATERSON 2012 147,148 745 9 9 397 330 2,316 804 1,139 373 2
2013 723 5 11 414 293 2,140 744 1,007 389 3
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP 2012 100,612 64 0 3 23 38 996 167 771 58 8
2013 65 0 1 32 32 971 135 768 68 3
NEW YORK4 AMHERST TOWN 2012 117,591 38 0 3 16 19 967 74 874 19 1
2013 57 0 2 11 44 1,025 103 908 14 1
BUFFALO 2012 262,434 1,609 20 75 659 855 6,276 1,766 3,994 516 153
2013 1,555 18 73 605 859 5,867 1,621 3,786 460 110
NEW YORK 2012 8,289,415 24,769 192 552 9,410 14,615 68,171 8,685 55,640 3,846
2013 24,279 155 587 8,585 14,952 65,875 7,718 54,834 3,323
ROCHESTER 2012 211,993 1,018 20 58 368 572 5,209 1,294 3,612 303 95
2013 989 8 38 426 517 4,676 1,226 3,143 307 66
SYRACUSE 2012 145,934 641 5 38 203 395 2,571 787 1,587 197 28
2013 545 12 43 164 326 2,974 802 1,986 186 29
YONKERS 2012 198,464 537 2 14 210 311 1,244 252 882 110 10
2013 496 2 11 172 311 1,237 257 849 131 3
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2012 141,016 66 0 3 17 46 965 171 769 25 7
2013 49 1 6 18 24 1,001 188 781 32 3
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2012 808,504 2,564 25 115 857 1,567 15,519 3,534 10,948 1,037 98
2013 2,455 24 128 844 1,459 14,394 3,042 10,524 828 112
DURHAM 2012 235,563 794 11 36 261 486 5,064 1,634 3,105 325 28
2013 718 13 33 280 392 4,739 1,459 2,937 343 14
FAYETTEVILLE 2012 205,966 561 9 35 244 273 6,365 2,027 3,991 347 25
2013 519 10 39 244 226 5,977 1,651 4,006 320 25
GREENSBORO 2012 276,134 673 10 34 253 376 6,012 1,737 4,018 257 63
2013 680 13 42 244 381 5,498 1,344 3,916 238 58
HIGH POINT 2012 106,801 289 1 10 96 182 2,083 526 1,422 135 20
2013 228 1 16 64 147 2,040 549 1,337 154 15
RALEIGH 2012 420,594 819 7 57 297 458 6,771 1,494 4,819 458 37
2013 804 5 36 286 477 6,104 1,535 4,258 311 31
WILMINGTON 2012 109,370 317 3 12 119 183 2,990 894 1,910 186 4
2013 326 3 20 105 198 2,584 767 1,681 136 5
WINSTON-SALEM 2012 234,687 813 4 36 211 562 6,761 2,273 4,156 332 40
2013 692 2 39 203 448 6,237 1,853 4,069 315 33
NORTH DAKOTA3 FARGO 2012 109,813 206 1 44 19 142 1,392 206 1,107 79 5
2013 209 1 34 22 152 1,350 289 992 69 3
OHIO AKRON3 2012 198,390 826 12 98 262 454 5,021 1,688 2,952 381 49
2013 821 14 74 268 465 4,572 1,448 2,821 303 42
CINCINNATI3 2012 296,204 1,353 22 90 776 465 8,588 2,734 5,317 537 191
2013 1,389 32 83 776 498 7,812 2,448 4,793 571 142
CLEVELAND3 2012 393,781 2,510 36 173 1,442 859 11,460 4,595 5,290 1,575 133
2013 2,698 26 203 1,612 857 10,885 3,759 5,118 2,008 148
DAYTON3 2012 142,139 655 16 51 278 310 4,135 1,442 2,315 378 62
2013 615 12 49 258 296 3,506 1,170 2,032 304 64
  • 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 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.
  • 4 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.

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