Table 4

January to June 2012-2013

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Oklahoma through Wisconsin

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
OKLAHOMA BROKEN ARROW 2012 100,688 80 0 17 20 43 993 184 754 55 10
2013 77 0 21 12 44 1,012 210 725 77 6
NORMAN 2012 113,969 78 0 28 27 23 1,521 268 1,169 84 4
2013 81 2 32 17 30 1,368 313 982 73 9
OKLAHOMA CITY 2012 595,607 2,650 40 187 555 1,868 17,578 4,807 10,647 2,124 52
2013 2,462 29 195 556 1,682 15,736 4,003 9,823 1,910 75
TULSA 2012 398,904 1,981 24 156 515 1,286 10,294 2,986 6,085 1,223 119
2013 1,807 34 174 464 1,135 10,037 2,894 5,996 1,147 87
OREGON EUGENE 2012 158,043 222 0 34 102 86 3,763 716 2,783 264 36
2013 194 0 36 92 66 4,053 764 3,047 242 37
GRESHAM 2012 108,202 246 1 19 109 117 2,508 481 1,654 373 16
2013 250 1 26 117 106 1,974 355 1,370 249 11
PORTLAND 2012 598,037 1,540 10 122 465 943 15,559 2,395 11,566 1,598 148
2013 1,412 6 100 420 886 14,173 2,005 10,496 1,672 80
SALEM3 2012 157,353 273 6 19 63 185 3,093 480 2,327 286 20
2013 267 2 21 76 168 3,515 502 2,663 350 24
PENNSYLVANIA3 ALLENTOWN4 2012 119,334 295 7 28 167 93 2,195 537 1,500 158 9
2013 309 6 22 165 116 2,012 601 1,251 160 2
ERIE 2012 101,972 200 3 24 61 112 1,678 458 1,169 51 16
2013 224 2 36 89 97 1,439 439 958 42 14
PHILADELPHIA 2012 1,538,957 8,671 184 440 3,694 4,353 27,062 5,579 18,362 3,121
2013 8,202 116 609 3,522 3,955 24,733 5,076 16,989 2,668
PITTSBURGH 2012 312,112 1,123 21 19 556 527 4,769 1,189 3,342 238 139
2013 1,144 19 30 460 635 4,901 1,072 3,529 300 120
RHODE ISLAND3 PROVIDENCE 2012 177,882 565 9 45 170 341 3,948 922 2,447 579 13
2013 505 6 43 164 292 3,767 868 2,397 502 8
SOUTH CAROLINA3 CHARLESTON 2012 123,856 177 7 10 62 98 1,747 216 1,402 129 3
2013 115 2 17 37 59 1,564 122 1,363 79 1
COLUMBIA 2012 131,833 614 6 32 187 389 4,235 1,048 2,708 479 10
2013 416 2 29 152 233 3,579 656 2,603 320 5
NORTH CHARLESTON 2012 100,675 382 7 30 101 244 2,846 377 2,216 253 6
2013 340 9 22 86 223 2,819 463 2,100 256 9
TENNESSEE3 CHATTANOOGA 2012 171,541 845 10 26 238 571 5,274 1,095 3,742 437 10
2013 837 12 28 216 581 5,279 1,098 3,746 435 4
CLARKSVILLE 2012 137,356 481 6 30 48 397 1,848 491 1,268 89 15
2013 367 3 42 59 263 1,979 466 1,435 78 16
KNOXVILLE 2012 182,254 928 8 56 280 584 6,145 1,346 4,315 484 13
2013 721 10 56 183 472 5,493 1,085 4,084 324 8
MEMPHIS 2012 657,436 5,667 56 214 1,571 3,826 20,104 5,828 12,827 1,449 179
2013 5,419 60 203 1,509 3,647 19,118 5,604 12,141 1,373 177
MURFREESBORO 2012 112,247 357 2 37 48 270 2,016 461 1,479 76 3
2013 354 3 23 65 263 1,981 382 1,503 96 3
NASHVILLE 2012 620,886 3,672 27 161 819 2,665 12,825 2,753 9,398 674 49
2013 2,990 14 188 768 2,020 12,504 2,916 8,995 593 52
TEXAS ABILENE 2012 119,886 239 1 24 55 159 2,183 537 1,560 86 14
2013 242 1 21 70 150 2,268 479 1,666 123 2
ARLINGTON 2012 379,295 1,002 10 79 232 681 7,566 1,785 5,296 485 27
2013 951 5 58 280 608 7,791 1,750 5,551 490 17
AUSTIN 2012 832,901 1,736 15 101 522 1,098 21,676 3,614 16,822 1,240 61
2013 1,548 8 113 386 1,041 20,725 3,317 16,334 1,074 66
BEAUMONT 2012 120,323 602 10 40 197 355 2,934 957 1,854 123 22
2013 655 11 22 228 394 3,243 1,016 2,075 152 18
BROWNSVILLE 2012 181,102 248 1 20 68 159 4,207 570 3,546 91 4
2013 257 0 34 62 161 3,905 589 3,164 152 2
CARROLLTON 2012 124,477 98 0 6 40 52 1,703 404 1,160 139 6
2013 81 0 0 36 45 1,469 369 1,019 81 7
CORPUS CHRISTI 2012 312,565 1,037 7 87 207 736 6,863 1,170 5,480 213 18
2013 960 11 72 180 697 7,136 1,284 5,628 224 26
DALLAS 2012 1,241,549 4,081 62 265 1,964 1,790 26,885 8,036 15,536 3,313 288
2013 4,268 73 287 2,082 1,826 26,527 7,551 15,462 3,514 242
EL PASO 2012 675,536 1,390 14 89 210 1,077 7,795 886 6,268 641 60
2013 1,238 6 92 205 935 7,360 866 6,130 364 47
GARLAND 2012 234,984 278 4 25 123 126 4,345 1,053 3,026 266 19
2013 232 3 30 94 105 4,244 1,106 2,828 310 17
GRAND PRAIRIE 2012 181,782 225 0 30 55 140 2,629 688 1,652 289 15
2013 278 9 24 80 165 2,714 629 1,782 303 8
HOUSTON 2012 2,177,273 10,719 105 332 4,468 5,814 51,707 13,016 32,326 6,365 364
2013 10,106 105 302 4,612 5,087 54,719 11,849 36,158 6,712 371
IRVING 2012 224,007 253 1 16 63 173 3,085 634 2,174 277 10
2013 253 1 15 84 153 3,048 564 2,206 278 11
KILLEEN 2012 131,965 416 3 39 103 271 2,537 736 1,707 94 12
2013 390 2 39 88 261 2,128 605 1,426 97 24
LAREDO 2012 245,558 540 8 43 96 393 5,247 859 4,167 221 48
2013 502 1 30 102 369 5,251 688 4,382 181 34
LUBBOCK 2012 237,241 943 2 50 174 717 5,869 1,510 4,028 331 21
2013 896 3 48 165 680 5,461 1,276 3,768 417 17
MCALLEN 2012 135,745 76 0 1 23 52 2,757 267 2,387 103 5
2013 78 1 5 34 38 2,737 256 2,374 107 5
MESQUITE 2012 144,811 209 1 7 81 120 3,049 813 1,938 298 8
2013 191 4 10 85 92 3,109 751 2,030 328 7
MIDLAND 2012 115,637 190 3 5 21 161 1,468 269 1,125 74 2
2013 164 2 15 31 116 1,555 282 1,197 76 1
ODESSA 2012 103,635 572 1 23 59 489 1,623 340 1,139 144 10
2013 568 1 27 84 456 2,138 370 1,533 235 5
PASADENA 2012 154,562 269 4 26 70 169 2,548 476 1,849 223 18
2013 291 1 24 107 159 2,696 500 1,952 244 16
RICHARDSON 2012 103,266 92 1 13 32 46 1,571 362 1,142 67 2
2013 69 2 12 29 26 1,400 282 1,045 73 3
ROUND ROCK 2012 106,232 67 0 15 20 32 1,248 169 1,033 46 3
2013 71 2 4 23 42 1,209 148 1,038 23 4
SAN ANTONIO 2012 1,380,123 3,403 48 289 918 2,148 40,364 7,802 29,460 3,102 125
2013 3,865 28 272 1,020 2,545 37,727 6,873 27,747 3,107 146
WACO 2012 128,595 293 3 25 86 179 2,759 780 1,910 69 17
2013 251 1 29 70 151 2,682 746 1,848 88 25
WICHITA FALLS 2012 105,488 254 2 18 87 147 2,485 658 1,713 114 6
2013 210 2 20 55 133 2,266 469 1,654 143 0
UTAH3 SALT LAKE CITY 2012 192,465 582 1 66 137 378 6,174 692 4,897 585 17
2013 727 2 103 194 428 6,432 1,057 4,567 808 22
WEST JORDAN 2012 107,103 96 2 13 18 63 1,281 206 984 91 2
2013 101 0 10 9 82 1,492 201 1,181 110 6
WEST VALLEY 2012 133,725 295 0 42 59 194 2,653 442 1,959 252 7
2013 341 1 35 78 227 3,053 499 2,074 480 2
VIRGINIA3 ALEXANDRIA 2012 145,892 125 0 5 70 50 1,450 139 1,158 153 3
2013 106 3 8 44 51 1,430 110 1,186 134 2
CHESAPEAKE 2012 227,531 395 6 20 74 295 3,117 532 2,431 154 13
2013 359 1 26 86 246 2,892 537 2,244 111 13
HAMPTON 2012 137,905 174 6 9 87 72 2,299 367 1,788 144 18
2013 134 12 9 49 64 2,031 334 1,606 91 14
NEWPORT NEWS 2012 181,591 407 8 26 157 216 2,775 501 2,127 147 30
2013 368 9 31 103 225 2,588 517 1,923 148 38
NORFOLK 2012 245,303 646 18 34 228 366 5,232 983 3,924 325 26
2013 643 11 52 194 386 5,312 1,011 3,939 362 28
RICHMOND 2012 207,799 575 17 16 248 294 4,330 981 2,867 482 22
2013 610 14 17 284 295 3,945 767 2,721 457 32
VIRGINIA BEACH 2012 447,588 364 11 32 155 166 5,629 745 4,641 243 74
2013 377 10 69 155 143 5,339 714 4,461 164 56
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE 2012 126,022 75 1 12 27 35 1,618 334 1,193 91 12
2013 58 1 10 20 27 1,994 393 1,485 116 10
EVERETT 2012 105,318 245 1 32 91 121 3,180 600 2,162 418 17
2013 199 0 18 92 89 3,216 593 2,086 537 9
SEATTLE3 2012 626,865 1,837 20 62 674 1,081 16,271 2,994 11,583 1,694 38
2013 1,694 8 70 712 904 14,773 3,754 9,085 1,934 57
SPOKANE 2012 212,163 595 6 26 239 324 8,535 1,711 5,921 903 19
2013 721 5 66 250 400 9,361 1,835 6,372 1,154 27
TACOMA3 2012 202,646 765 6 54 222 483 6,195 1,525 3,708 962 36
2013 913 6 78 256 573 6,055 1,417 3,794 844 43
VANCOUVER3 2012 166,375 288 4 44 79 161 2,986 516 1,998 472 26
2013 285 2 41 76 166 3,091 494 2,103 494 22
WISCONSIN3 GREEN BAY 2012 106,080 262 2 24 42 194 1,475 355 1,062 58 9
2013 209 1 23 35 150 1,170 235 891 44 9
MADISON 2012 237,508 454 2 59 117 276 3,639 640 2,866 133 18
2013 392 2 31 128 231 3,280 534 2,653 93
MILWAUKEE 2012 599,395 3,551 37 105 1,228 2,181 14,581 2,976 9,637 1,968 158
2013 3,738 34 212 1,429 2,063 12,160 2,819 7,622 1,719 120
  • 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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