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Table 10

CALIFORNIA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015

[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 Alameda 510 6 13 177 314 2,077 463 985 629 11
Butte3 155 4 20 14 117 1,422 708 693 21 0
Contra Costa 426 14 24 153 235 2,013 660 1,332 21 18
El Dorado3 252 9 46 32 165 2,031 577 1,412 42 4
Fresno 962 8 32 112 810 3,810 1,398 1,838 574 145
Imperial3 219 0 6 7 206 625 202 395 28 21
Kern 2,235 31 157 360 1,687 9,903 3,243 4,777 1,883 300
Kings3 122 2 16 9 95 470 193 265 12 5
Los Angeles 5,173 98 304 1,212 3,559 16,301 3,739 8,359 4,203 215
Madera 334 1 18 26 289 1,252 556 686 10 4
Marin 95 3 5 20 67 746 189 554 3 4
Merced 432 10 20 30 372 1,605 596 955 54 10
Monterey 244 5 31 48 160 1,246 347 872 27 12
Napa 79 1 13 3 62 278 107 170 1 0
Orange 213 2 12 28 171 1,265 244 879 142 11
Placer 299 4 20 36 239 1,659 454 1,163 42 4
Riverside 885 12 38 172 663 7,680 1,880 4,321 1,479 18
Sacramento 3,117 37 155 1,026 1,899 11,164 3,690 7,348 126 31
San Benito 41 1 4 4 32 173 57 106 10 0
San Bernardino 920 18 91 141 670 5,527 1,719 2,583 1,225 62
San Diego 1,161 10 110 161 880 4,784 1,153 2,843 788 41
San Joaquin 845 5 18 161 661 3,564 1,039 2,381 144 30
San Luis Obispo3 324 3 17 15 289 1,347 461 873 13 3
San Mateo 330 3 53 90 184 2,796 467 1,953 376 15
Santa Barbara 266 2 29 32 203 1,676 511 1,152 13 12
Santa Clara 232 4 36 24 168 1,358 261 899 198 3
Santa Cruz 295 0 25 40 230 1,935 604 1,323 8 15
Shasta 697 3 69 26 599 958 423 489 46 23
Solano 101 3 7 14 77 404 186 176 42 9
Sonoma 638 5 73 58 502 1,468 517 937 14 19
Stanislaus 394 11 35 122 226 2,123 884 1,188 51 14
Sutter3 104 1 9 10 84 562 185 332 45 4
Tulare4 383 23 29 64 267 2,075 750 1,325 0 0
Ventura 169 3 32 16 118 849 236 530 83 15
Yolo 87 1 13 5 68 309 109 185 15 6
Yuba 227 3 19 40 165 1,223 417 799 7 11
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine3 9 0 0 0 9 35 15 19 1 0
Amador3 50 1 2 5 42 340 130 205 5 1
Calaveras3 111 6 24 8 73 656 251 386 19 0
Colusa3 33 0 2 0 31 166 49 116 1 0
Del Norte3 101 1 21 13 66 380 194 182 4 13
Glenn3 44 1 2 3 38 165 74 89 2 2
Humboldt3 265 7 18 45 195 760 371 358 31 12
Inyo3 58 0 7 7 44 107 41 65 1 0
Lake3 200 3 16 17 164 837 380 452 5 13
Lassen3 47 0 3 3 41 200 78 122 0 3
Mariposa 89 0 8 1 80 268 77 189 2 0
Mendocino 324 5 56 20 243 451 215 230 6 10
Modoc3 34 0 1 0 33 54 18 36 0 0
Mono3 14 0 1 2 11 42 16 25 1 0
Nevada 139 0 10 8 121 716 380 321 15 5
Plumas3 82 1 12 4 65 271 111 156 4 0
Sierra 3 0 0 0 3 31 5 23 3 0
Siskiyou 39 2 4 6 27 158 70 79 9 0
Tehama 167 3 5 1 158 249 173 75 1 14
Trinity 34 1 6 5 22 187 94 90 3 0
Tuolumne3 185 0 49 22 114 749 413 330 6 2
  • 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 the 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 the 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 the 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.