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Table 10

CALIFORNIA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2014

[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff's office or county police department.]

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Violent
crime
Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Rape
(revised
definition)1
Rape
(legacy
definition)2
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson
Metropolitan Counties Alameda3 588 2 26 182 378 2,111 540 887 684 8
Butte 82 9 3 16 54 1,119 581 525 13 0
Contra Costa 412 10 37 107 258 2,145 784 1,341 20 14
El Dorado 240 3 30 23 184 1,969 625 1,288 56 11
Fresno 735 10 22 91 612 3,368 1,108 1,702 558 150
Imperial 214 1 6 9 198 584 247 316 21 5
Kern3 1,982 26 109 327 1,520 9,061 3,127 4,413 1,521 199
Kings 144 5 12 11 116 427 160 236 31 1
Los Angeles 5,091 71 201 1,280 3,539 15,402 3,949 7,992 3,461 198
Madera 383 3 22 18 340 1,162 504 621 37 7
Marin 91 2 5 19 65 617 201 404 12 1
Merced 465 15 9 32 409 1,536 490 1,003 43 12
Monterey 256 7 38 32 179 1,341 439 872 30 9
Napa 42 3 7 2 30 272 121 147 4 3
Orange3 252 5 27 23 197 1,161 248 789 124 8
Placer 289 0 26 26 237 1,600 514 1,049 37 8
Riverside 749 17 56 144 532 6,718 1,972 3,705 1,041 22
Sacramento3 2,978 44 181 916 1,837 11,283 3,820 7,314 149 63
San Benito 60 1 4 5 50 221 81 126 14 1
San Bernardino 972 18 65 154 735 5,206 1,778 2,311 1,117 70
San Diego3 1,315 13 78 194 1,030 4,726 1,335 2,674 717 34
San Joaquin3 698 10 16 147 525 3,802 1,254 2,410 138 30
San Luis Obispo 265 2 10 12 241 1,226 521 696 9 3
San Mateo 264 1 38 65 160 2,427 491 1,653 283 6
Santa Barbara 302 11 41 32 218 1,539 487 1,047 5 13
Santa Clara 255 1 31 20 203 1,274 282 801 191 5
Santa Cruz 286 0 20 29 237 1,701 657 1,035 9 15
Shasta3 569 3 49 18 499 851 429 387 35 29
Solano 102 0 1 16 85 390 192 168 30 9
Sonoma 613 2 41 42 528 1,365 525 829 11 11
Stanislaus 365 12 14 103 236 2,088 835 1,200 53 15
Sutter 93 0 3 13 77 630 217 385 28 7
Tulare3, 4 446 12 22 74 338 1,938 747 1,191 0 0
Ventura3 119 2 25 7 85 880 256 563 61 8
Yolo 74 0 8 1 65 289 89 186 14 8
Yuba 205 1 17 40 147 1,298 425 861 12 14
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 4 0 1 0 3 24 10 14 0 0
Amador 55 1 3 6 45 383 134 246 3 3
Calaveras 106 0 12 9 85 833 275 555 3 0
Colusa 25 0 1 0 24 163 59 104 0 2
Del Norte 102 1 23 9 69 350 207 142 1 4
Glenn 81 0 21 5 55 203 88 113 2 2
Humboldt 202 6 14 34 148 872 406 447 19 11
Inyo 79 0 11 3 65 156 61 94 1 2
Lake 193 4 21 9 159 665 307 352 6 13
Lassen 33 1 2 3 27 184 79 105 0 2
Mariposa 71 0 6 3 62 267 81 186 0 0
Mendocino 310 5 14 25 266 532 235 293 4 12
Modoc 20 0 0 0 20 73 30 42 1 0
Mono 8 0 1 1 6 69 22 45 2 0
Nevada 145 3 3 6 133 585 296 278 11 2
Plumas 90 1 7 0 82 279 113 165 1 1
Sierra 11 0 0 0 11 29 12 16 1 0
Siskiyou3 31 1 2 2 26 169 72 92 5 1
Tehama 156 5 3 11 137 222 120 101 1 0
Trinity 34 3 3 6 22 149 56 93 0 2
Tuolumne 129 0 27 6 96 647 290 352 5 6
  • 1 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 2 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the legacy UCR definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 3 This agency began the year submitting rape data classified according to the legacy UCR definition. However, at some point during the calendar year, the agency modified its reporting methods and began classifying and submitting rape offenses according to the revised UCR definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 4 The Tulare County Highway Patrol collects the motor vehicle thefts for this county. These data can be found in Table 11.

Data Declaration

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