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Table 10

NORTH CAROLINA

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 Alamance 123 0 2 16 105 945 505 403 37 4
Alexander 55 3 4 4 44 671 268 369 34 10
Brunswick 96 0 20 10 66 1,187 527 591 69 12
Buncombe 91 3 13 22 53 1,750 698 907 145 20
Burke 87 3 6 17 61 1,345 541 722 82 5
Cabarrus 40 8 3 8 21 723 244 455 24 1
Caldwell 54 1 4 12 37 1,410 573 773 64 10
Catawba 112 1 8 20 83 1,320 514 738 68 7
Chatham 77 1 8 2 66 759 291 437 31 5
Craven 103 1 8 10 84 933 395 492 46 3
Cumberland 476 14 15 99 348 3,278 1,140 1,966 172 53
Currituck 49 1 4 2 42 352 90 248 14 6
Davidson 94 0 9 18 67 1,874 1,062 725 87 15
Davie 51 1 4 3 43 578 217 337 24 2
Durham 47 0 3 10 34 790 468 285 37 0
Edgecombe 61 1 6 8 46 538 252 264 22 1
Forsyth 241 4 13 25 199 2,246 753 1,400 93 24
Franklin 48 0 7 6 35 753 265 455 33 1
Gaston 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
Gaston County Police Department 172 2 19 12 139 991 369 532 90 14
Guilford 147 1 8 10 128 1,510 557 895 58 16
Haywood 99 1 2 4 92 925 356 520 49 1
Henderson 91 3 10 13 65 1,133 364 682 87 2
Hoke 43 2 6 7 28 976 438 511 27 6
Iredell 170 0 15 11 144 1,471 536 837 98 16
Johnston 131 2 20 24 85 1,894 682 1,121 91 6
Lincoln 77 1 6 5 65 1,117 372 733 12 7
Madison 6 0 0 0 6 200 83 101 16 4
Nash 45 2 5 11 27 567 283 243 41 1
New Hanover 176 3 18 43 112 2,243 633 1,506 104 4
Onslow 171 5 18 35 113 2,992 708 2,157 127 19
Orange 29 0 0 11 18 473 285 169 19 1
Pamlico 35 1 4 7 23 282 66 206 10 2
Pender 86 1 11 4 70 797 199 564 34 3
Person 44 1 7 2 34 376 176 185 15 3
Pitt 177 2 9 26 140 993 383 569 41 4
Randolph 113 1 12 22 78 2,078 650 1,355 73 7
Rockingham 56 1 1 11 43 1,099 547 505 47 6
Rowan 187 4 19 12 152 1,127 406 681 40 2
Union 160 0 4 19 137 2,043 670 1,287 86 13
Wake 178 8 15 29 126 2,054 839 1,091 124 16
Wayne 104 1 1 25 77 1,675 672 892 111 1
Yadkin 78 1 7 1 69 627 280 315 32 2
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alleghany 10 1 2 0 7 127 46 77 4 1
Anson 32 2 0 5 25 433 234 180 19 6
Ashe 14 1 2 0 11 216 106 101 9 0
Avery 21 0 3 1 17 171 45 117 9 0
Beaufort 62 2 2 3 55 549 238 284 27 4
Bertie 22 1 2 6 13 375 205 156 14 2
Bladen 66 5 0 9 52 748 288 429 31 8
Camden 3 0 0 2 1 87 29 57 1 2
Caswell 44 1 6 2 35 475 216 242 17 2
Cherokee 44 0 5 2 37 515 176 314 25 3
Chowan 17 1 0 1 15 121 42 74 5 0
Clay 26 0 0 2 24 277 86 172 19 1
Cleveland 40 1 4 18 17 871 345 486 40 2
Columbus 124 4 10 19 91 1,460 791 545 124 19
Dare 23 0 2 1 20 423 152 268 3 2
Duplin 103 4 5 9 85 782 328 398 56 18
Granville 49 2 2 5 40 653 286 340 27 6
Halifax 81 4 10 17 50 836 359 436 41 9
Harnett 202 3 9 38 152 2,142 909 1,131 102 20
Hertford 22 0 4 8 10 303 162 119 22 1
Lee 29 1 1 9 18 613 202 393 18 4
Lenoir 98 2 7 11 78 817 297 488 32 6
Macon 28 1 4 2 21 550 218 309 23 0
Martin 28 3 4 3 18 325 129 183 13 3
McDowell 34 3 2 7 22 844 334 440 70 10
Montgomery 41 1 7 0 33 365 177 169 19 5
Moore 62 0 4 12 46 697 361 291 45 2
Northampton 45 0 3 9 33 440 285 142 13 3
Pasquotank 44 0 3 6 35 340 155 173 12 4
Perquimans 8 0 3 1 4 92 47 38 7 0
Polk 8 0 1 0 7 220 46 159 15 1
Richmond 134 2 7 18 107 1,174 489 602 83 4
Rutherford 75 2 6 7 60 934 426 427 81 11
Sampson 98 2 8 13 75 1,107 556 469 82 13
Scotland 64 3 2 11 48 556 282 241 33 5
Surry 64 1 8 13 42 1,225 534 631 60 11
Swain 27 0 5 0 22 216 108 92 16 0
Transylvania 36 0 3 0 33 281 121 148 12 7
Tyrrell 9 0 1 2 6 51 15 33 3 0
Vance 59 5 1 17 36 1,012 480 477 55 1
Warren 42 2 2 4 34 470 213 236 21 3
Watauga 20 0 0 1 19 308 24 270 14 2
Wilkes 110 3 3 7 97 1,096 474 567 55 15
Wilson 61 0 1 5 55 739 243 466 30 3
Yancey 4 0 0 0 4 83 49 33 1 0
  • 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.

Data Declaration

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