Table 4

January to June 2013-2014

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
(revised
definition) 2
Rape
(legacy
definition) 3
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson4
MONTANA BILLINGS 2013 107,802 167 0 12 32 123 2,771 480 2,073 218 4
2014 145 2 37 25 81 2,326 325 1,745 256 3
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2013 267,565 461 1 69 91 300 4,051 580 3,341 130 15
2014 445 4 76 99 266 4,212 628 3,442 142 33
OMAHA 2013 425,076 1,142 20 95 330 697 8,598 1,515 5,649 1,434 37
2014 1,177 14 85 359 719 9,423 1,608 6,249 1,566 4
NEVADA HENDERSON 2013 268,237 167 2 16 78 71 2,705 669 1,808 228 13
2014 198 1 33 69 95 2,725 692 1,788 245 11
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2013 1,500,455 5,587 50 345 1,970 3,222 23,164 7,130 13,119 2,915 130
2014 6,254 63 308 2,249 3,634 23,062 7,244 12,426 3,392 68
RENO 2013 232,561 559 7 28 139 385 3,442 723 2,324 395 10
2014 530 3 60 141 326 3,144 626 2,180 338 7
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2013 110,411 318 2 46 112 158 1,850 367 1,419 64 17
2014 343 3 26 110 204 1,855 356 1,416 83 12
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2013 101,316 59 0 4 25 30 633 133 438 62 5
2014 46 0 2 25 19 541 146 346 49 6
ELIZABETH 2013 127,067 467 2 13 238 214 1,747 386 882 479 1
2014 504 5 13 281 205 1,724 364 960 400 5
NEWARK 2013 278,246 1,666 41 23 1,120 482 4,559 1,048 2,068 1,443 16
2014 1,355 43 21 891 400 3,743 828 1,824 1,091 21
PATERSON 2013 145,082 723 5 11 414 293 2,140 744 1,007 389 3
2014 571 8 9 286 268 1,856 556 958 342 8
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP 2013 100,568 65 0 1 32 32 971 135 768 68 3
2014 53 0 3 25 25 932 119 770 43 3
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2013 118,296 57 0 2 11 44 1,025 103 908 14 1
2014 60 1 1 22 36 907 71 817 19 2
BUFFALO 2013 258,789 1,555 18 73 605 859 5,867 1,621 3,786 460 110
2014 1,485 19 54 605 807 5,876 1,435 3,941 500
NEW YORK 2013 8,396,126 24,279 155 587 8,585 14,952 65,874 7,718 54,834 3,322
2014 23,615 146 498 7,692 15,279 63,155 7,433 52,230 3,492
ROCHESTER 2013 210,562 1,002 16 38 428 520 4,696 1,229 3,147 320 66
2014 732 19 49 286 378 3,874 826 2,746 302 50
SYRACUSE 2013 143,834 545 12 43 164 326 2,974 802 1,986 186 29
2014 515 6 22 164 323 2,682 665 1,890 127 24
YONKERS 2013 199,134 499 2 11 172 314 1,237 257 849 131 3
2014 472 2 8 152 310 926 190 650 86 10
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2013 148,905 48 1 5 18 24 990 182 776 32 3
2014 55 3 5 18 29 835 166 647 22 3
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2013 837,638 2,451 24 124 844 1,459 14,394 3,042 10,524 828 112
2014 2,300 24 99 780 1,397 13,879 2,676 10,435 768 81
DURHAM 2013 242,865 717 11 32 280 394 4,734 1,458 2,934 342 14
2014 926 9 34 298 585 5,197 1,730 3,165 302 9
FAYETTEVILLE 2013 202,524 521 10 39 245 227 5,966 1,645 4,002 319 25
2014 473 9 34 205 225 5,142 1,131 3,698 313 25
GREENSBORO 2013 279,343 681 13 42 245 381 5,491 1,344 3,912 235 57
2014 618 6 27 209 376 5,018 1,262 3,523 233 61
HIGH POINT 2013 107,261 228 1 16 65 146 2,038 549 1,335 154 15
2014 237 3 12 64 158 1,874 510 1,256 108 12
WILMINGTON 2013 110,985 325 4 18 105 198 2,586 767 1,681 138 5
2014 366 4 17 112 233 2,366 648 1,564 154 12
WINSTON-SALEM 2013 235,811 681 2 39 203 437 6,240 1,854 4,075 311 33
2014 849 6 45 208 590 6,149 1,818 4,024 307 43
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2013 111,101 212 1 37 22 152 1,367 291 1,005 71 3
2014 182 3 35 30 114 1,282 213 991 78 6
OHIO AKRON5 2013 198,405 833 14 82 269 468 4,684 1,478 2,897 309 42
2014 670 8 83 175 404 3,896 1,197 2,466 233 30
CINCINNATI5 2013 296,491 1,418 35 103 775 505 7,977 2,467 4,937 573 142
2014 1,233 39 100 626 468 7,497 2,228 4,760 509
CLEVELAND5 2013 389,181 2,725 27 216 1,621 861 11,082 3,820 5,242 2,020 149
2014 2,461 24 250 1,397 790 9,360 3,068 4,569 1,723 138
COLUMBUS5,6 2013 816,364
2014 1,962 47 339 996 580 15,983 3,999 10,598 1,386 277
DAYTON5 2013 141,167 623 13 54 260 296 3,556 1,181 2,066 309 70
2014 603 16 65 266 256 3,545 1,157 2,128 260 31
  • 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 Because of changes in the local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 6 Complete January through June data for 2013 are not available.

Data Declaration

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