Table 4

January to June 2013-2014

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
(revised
definition) 2
Rape
(legacy
definition) 3
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson4
ILLINOIS AURORA 2013 200,551 297 3 29 54 211 1,465 312 1,094 59 9
2014 269 4 16 53 196 1,247 192 1,016 39 8
CHICAGO5 2013 2,720,554 183 5,415 5,957 45,997 8,401 30,816 6,780 225
2014 10,834 175 600 4,404 5,655 39,465 6,615 28,066 4,784 219
ELGIN 2013 110,454 95 2 26 33 34 840 151 650 39 1
2014 105 0 19 30 56 766 143 592 31 6
JOLIET 2013 148,462 287 6 21 82 178 1,509 355 1,094 60 26
2014 257 0 12 74 171 1,378 273 1,028 77 19
PEORIA 2013 115,953 372 6 16 119 231 2,002 511 1,405 86 12
2014 369 3 32 112 222 2,244 558 1,596 90 25
ROCKFORD6 2013 150,209 1,009 7 78 177 747 3,397 882 2,316 199 39
2014 892 10 61 173 648 2,773 726 1,886 161
SPRINGFIELD 2013 117,351 586 4 34 133 415 2,657 534 2,048 75 24
2014 575 2 39 111 423 2,484 473 1,971 40 19
INDIANA EVANSVILLE 2013 120,284 282 4 33 100 145 2,721 434 2,072 215 26
2014 286 5 33 108 140 3,229 490 2,522 217
FORT WAYNE 2013 254,820 395 15 33 194 153 4,482 1,015 3,309 158 10
2014 376 4 44 156 172 3,883 781 2,950 152 22
SOUTH BEND 2013 100,711 285 3 44 156 82 2,095 611 1,349 135 12
2014 302 7 49 128 118 2,039 502 1,410 127 12
IOWA CEDAR RAPIDS 2013 128,642 210 4 28 42 136 2,155 435 1,589 131 8
2014 173 8 14 54 97 2,121 366 1,638 117 5
DES MOINES 2013 207,391 485 5 53 111 316 4,771 1,148 3,215 408 20
2014 577 3 46 124 404 3,816 809 2,612 395 11
KANSAS KANSAS CITY 2013 147,618 380 15 44 130 191 3,409 669 2,205 535 19
2014 494 13 113 108 260 3,386 793 2,134 459
OVERLAND PARK 2013 180,555 117 0 23 15 79 1,813 219 1,427 167 7
2014 137 5 44 12 76 1,508 173 1,070 265 6
TOPEKA 2013 128,009 288 5 14 75 194 3,133 679 2,207 247 3
2014 303 4 27 86 186 2,872 441 2,168 263 4
WICHITA 2013 386,486 1,447 7 114 249 1,077 9,955 1,835 7,354 766 59
2014 1,475 12 119 257 1,087 9,348 1,630 6,641 1,077 44
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 2013 308,712 420 8 67 198 147 6,011 1,240 4,414 357 25
2014 504 14 65 255 170 5,686 1,176 4,072 438 24
LOUISVILLE METRO 2013 671,120 1,753 20 74 678 981 13,442 3,261 9,275 906 105
2014 1,904 27 96 669 1,112 13,054 2,857 9,212 985 82
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2013 230,212 1,026 26 42 425 533 5,466 1,616 3,597 253 61
2014 1,078 27 34 426 591 5,045 1,380 3,406 259 78
LAFAYETTE 2013 123,409 422 5 11 139 267 3,599 679 2,763 157 6
2014 390 1 4 113 272 3,526 613 2,676 237
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2013 622,671 4,329 115 149 1,769 2,296 14,069 3,372 8,761 1,936 137
2014 3,989 99 129 1,641 2,120 14,003 3,215 8,511 2,277 102
MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON 2013 643,799 2,455 24 138 904 1,389 8,263 1,516 6,129 618
2014 2,138 30 123 780 1,205 8,184 1,265 6,167 752
CAMBRIDGE 2013 107,282 180 2 9 55 114 1,244 175 1,024 45 5
2014 148 1 13 36 98 1,088 125 905 58 0
LOWELL 2013 109,449 294 2 20 96 176 1,605 373 1,084 148 10
2014 262 1 17 74 170 1,245 314 784 147 12
SPRINGFIELD 2013 153,586 822 12 43 281 486 3,269 1,040 1,917 312 23
2014 767 6 45 260 456 2,661 775 1,594 292 26
WORCESTER 2013 183,454 805 5 18 194 588 3,042 987 1,858 197 3
2014 813 4 6 175 628 2,566 658 1,738 170 1
MICHIGAN DETROIT6 2013 699,889 7,039 154 316 2,310 4,259 20,002 5,731 8,593 5,678 301
2014 5,949 97 262 1,518 4,072 4,261 6,429 164
GRAND RAPIDS 2013 191,213 594 6 24 202 362 2,833 737 1,984 112 26
2014 621 2 30 197 392 2,354 580 1,678 96 25
MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS 2013 396,206 1,782 13 195 784 790 8,502 1,870 5,886 746 65
2014 1,889 14 182 826 867 8,596 1,913 5,993 690 50
ROCHESTER 2013 109,675 96 0 23 18 55 1,264 229 986 49 5
2014 91 0 23 21 47 1,049 152 836 61 4
ST. PAUL 2013 294,690 991 7 115 301 568 5,132 1,318 3,045 769 47
2014 886 6 88 265 527 4,641 1,033 2,767 841 40
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON 2013 176,039 799 19 50 415 315 4,888 1,571 2,786 531 71
2014 707 34 61 313 299 4,836 1,467 2,872 497 59
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2013 114,587 211 4 21 58 128 1,957 265 1,627 65 4
2014 162 2 30 43 87 1,908 265 1,565 78 6
INDEPENDENCE 2013 117,381 222 1 28 51 142 3,403 595 2,432 376 18
2014 223 1 25 50 147 3,182 505 2,271 406 17
KANSAS CITY 2013 465,514 2,895 46 212 776 1,861 12,447 3,337 7,156 1,954 96
2014 2,465 25 138 640 1,662 9,874 2,286 5,828 1,760 104
SPRINGFIELD 2013 163,062 908 6 133 189 580 7,193 1,140 5,528 525 38
2014 942 5 136 181 620 5,719 864 4,294 561 29
ST. LOUIS 2013 318,563 2,419 49 162 680 1,528 9,934 1,960 6,432 1,542 79
2014 2,284 58 144 594 1,488 8,616 1,756 5,435 1,425 86
  • 1 The 2013 population figures are FBI estimates based on provisional data from the U.S. Census Bureau. (See the data declaration.)
  • 2 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape.
  • 3 The figure shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the legacy UCR definition of rape.
  • 4 The FBI does not publish arson data unless it receives data from either the agency or the state for six months of at least one of the reporting years.
  • 5 The data collection methodology for the offense of rape does not comply with national UCR Program guidelines. Consequently, the agency's figures for rape and violent crime (of which rape is a part) are not included in this report.
  • 6 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this report.

Data Declaration

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