Table 4

January to June 2013-2014

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
(revised
definition) 2
Rape
(legacy
definition) 3
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson4
OKLAHOMA BROKEN ARROW 2013 102,956 77 0 21 12 44 1,012 210 725 77 6
2014 64 0 12 26 26 754 157 552 45 7
NORMAN 2013 116,970 81 2 32 17 30 1,368 313 982 73 9
2014 77 3 17 28 29 1,399 261 1,065 73 13
OKLAHOMA CITY 2013 605,034 2,462 30 195 556 1,681 15,736 4,003 9,823 1,910 74
2014 2,354 20 196 522 1,616 13,332 3,146 8,375 1,811 42
TULSA 2013 394,498 1,807 34 174 464 1,135 10,037 2,894 5,996 1,147 69
2014 1,592 20 176 428 968 9,844 2,619 6,059 1,166 68
OREGON GRESHAM 2013 109,965 250 1 26 117 106 1,974 355 1,370 249 11
2014 237 1 23 91 122 2,486 432 1,681 373
PORTLAND 2013 609,136 1,412 6 100 420 886 14,173 2,005 10,496 1,672 80
2014 1,408 13 129 388 878 14,646 1,931 11,194 1,521 67
SALEM 2013 158,234 269 2 23 76 168 3,534 503 2,683 348 24
2014 247 0 25 48 174 3,373 439 2,600 334 14
PENNSYLVANIA ALLENTOWN 2013 119,277 310 7 22 165 116 2,012 601 1,251 160 2
2014 270 4 34 131 101 1,886 477 1,269 140 4
ERIE 2013 100,814 224 2 36 89 97 1,439 439 958 42 14
2014 177 3 24 47 103 1,204 326 844 34 13
PHILADELPHIA 2013 1,553,153 8,202 116 609 3,522 3,955 24,733 5,076 16,989 2,668
2014 7,661 115 577 3,294 3,675 24,285 4,566 17,078 2,641 197
RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE 2013 178,887 506 6 44 164 292 3,796 873 2,416 507 8
2014 355 7 40 72 236 3,035 662 1,971 402 15
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON 2013 127,206 111 2 18 36 55 1,572 121 1,372 79 1
2014 137 5 14 41 77 1,490 200 1,212 78 2
COLUMBIA 2013 132,240 464 2 31 163 268 3,851 701 2,803 347 5
2014 500 2 37 154 307 3,305 510 2,527 268 5
NORTH CHARLESTON 2013 103,324 337 6 28 86 217 2,821 466 2,112 243 9
2014 361 9 40 100 212 2,738 380 2,113 245 5
SOUTH DAKOTA SIOUX FALLS 2013 161,754 318 1 78 33 206 2,184 348 1,730 106 11
2014 394 1 77 48 268 2,289 398 1,764 127 12
TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA 2013 172,286 870 14 34 217 605 5,367 1,105 3,817 445 4
2014 884 14 70 181 619 5,429 979 3,940 510 6
CLARKSVILLE 2013 145,599 368 3 45 59 261 1,990 465 1,447 78 16
2014 435 6 32 55 342 2,039 463 1,480 96 14
KNOXVILLE 2013 183,249 721 11 58 182 470 5,526 1,088 4,113 325 10
2014 776 5 59 194 518 5,962 979 4,586 397 6
MEMPHIS 2013 657,691 5,413 62 209 1,508 3,634 19,187 5,611 12,189 1,387 177
2014 5,597 66 251 1,552 3,728 18,130 5,134 11,662 1,334 151
MURFREESBORO 2013 115,587 350 3 23 67 257 1,993 376 1,520 97 3
2014 269 5 24 52 188 1,891 327 1,479 85 2
NASHVILLE 2013 635,673 3,165 15 211 794 2,145 12,479 2,760 9,113 606 51
2014 3,262 20 236 610 2,396 10,685 2,251 8,002 432 47
TEXAS LUBBOCK5 2013 237,875 896 3 48 165 680 5,461 1,276 3,768 417 17
2014 5 132 737 5,084 1,059 3,648 377 28
MESQUITE5 2013 144,313 191 4 10 85 92 3,109 751 2,030 328 7
2014 1 85 111 2,646 566 1,701 379 5
RICHARDSON5 2013 104,577 69 2 12 29 26 1,399 281 1,045 73 3
2014 1 38 39 1,199 167 960 72 4
ROUND ROCK5 2013 108,577 71 2 4 23 42 1,209 148 1,038 23 4
2014 0 20 25 1,031 111 900 20 5
UTAH SALT LAKE CITY 2013 190,246 729 2 105 194 428 7,408 1,065 5,532 811 22
2014 656 1 107 190 358 7,298 728 5,761 809 43
VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA 2013 148,519 110 3 11 45 51 1,448 108 1,205 135 8
2014 110 2 8 63 37 1,138 86 936 116 7
CHESAPEAKE 2013 230,577 364 1 28 86 249 2,931 537 2,282 112 13
2014 468 4 33 82 349 3,050 563 2,369 118 10
HAMPTON 2013 136,949 134 12 8 49 65 2,047 334 1,623 90 14
2014 147 4 26 46 71 1,454 219 1,158 77 9
NEWPORT NEWS 2013 181,074 373 9 34 104 226 2,620 519 1,951 150 39
2014 333 10 31 91 201 2,479 416 1,905 158 32
NORFOLK 2013 247,303 699 15 64 205 415 5,434 1,039 4,018 377 29
2014 560 19 49 156 336 4,446 597 3,630 219 13
RICHMOND 2013 212,830 602 14 22 283 283 3,972 776 2,738 458 32
2014 606 23 11 262 310 3,969 832 2,797 340 26
VIRGINIA BEACH 2013 450,687 394 10 83 158 143 5,399 718 4,517 164 59
2014 314 12 50 122 130 4,647 526 3,954 167 30
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE 2013 127,678 58 1 10 20 27 1,994 393 1,485 116 10
2014 74 1 17 34 22 2,281 296 1,849 136 6
EVERETT 2013 105,129 199 0 18 92 89 3,216 593 2,086 537 9
2014 192 2 18 73 99 3,505 616 2,352 537 13
KENT 2013 124,359 137 2 31 69 35 2,716 536 1,737 443 8
2014 166 0 32 65 69 3,008 440 2,095 473 9
SEATTLE 2013 642,814 1,731 8 72 716 935 16,375 3,778 10,632 1,965 59
2014 1,872 13 74 730 1,055 18,830 3,386 12,627 2,817 37
SPOKANE5 2013 209,524 5 250 400 9,361 1,835 6,372 1,154 27
2014 5 221 288 8,576 1,514 6,032 1,030 28
TACOMA 2013 203,226 920 6 84 256 574 6,104 1,424 3,824 856 44
2014 731 7 66 224 434 5,943 1,495 3,604 844 30
VANCOUVER 2013 166,535 290 2 43 77 168 3,095 495 2,106 494 22
2014 262 3 40 70 149 2,620 391 1,809 420 26
WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 2013 105,107 228 2 25 35 166 1,183 238 900 45 9
2014 255 3 25 32 195 1,068 184 842 42 5
KENOSHA 2013 100,418 141 3 14 52 72 1,216 286 898 32 4
2014 147 4 10 51 82 1,045 251 744 50
MADISON 2013 242,523 400 3 32 131 234 3,323 537 2,693 93 32
2014 397 4 42 100 251 3,126 446 2,565 115
MILWAUKEE 2013 600,805 3,840 37 210 1,470 2,123 12,302 2,849 7,730 1,723 127
2014 3,844 38 181 1,503 2,122 12,031 2,353 6,791 2,887 102
  • 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 FBI determined that the agency did not follow national UCR Program guidelines for reporting an offense. Consequently, these figures are not included in this report.

Data Declaration

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