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Table 10

NORTH CAROLINA

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 Alamance 114 1 8 6 99 832 416 381 35 3
Alexander 60 1 4 3 52 530 191 311 28 7
Buncombe 129 4 13 26 86 2,008 708 1,172 128 19
Burke 70 2 8 15 45 1,033 395 555 83 4
Cabarrus 30 0 4 8 18 601 196 389 16 4
Caldwell 55 1 6 12 36 1,133 464 620 49 2
Catawba 154 4 13 23 114 1,323 484 775 64 8
Chatham 79 2 2 6 69 734 293 413 28 9
Currituck 37 0 1 3 33 388 100 282 6 4
Davidson 80 1 5 17 57 1,675 976 604 95 14
Davie 45 0 7 1 37 575 222 323 30 4
Durham 56 3 2 14 37 711 379 290 42 0
Edgecombe 63 3 5 8 47 495 232 242 21 4
Guilford 166 3 12 22 129 1,399 574 763 62 14
Haywood 122 0 3 9 110 762 309 418 35 3
Henderson 109 0 22 22 65 1,005 336 569 100 5
Iredell 149 2 9 7 131 1,349 453 789 107 5
Johnston 145 2 22 29 92 1,892 801 1,014 77 2
Lincoln 94 1 2 6 85 1,099 337 738 24 4
Madison 6 1 1 0 4 146 71 69 6 6
New Hanover 159 5 10 43 101 2,006 560 1,374 72 5
Orange 30 0 2 8 20 437 270 156 11 1
Pamlico 14 2 2 2 8 237 41 187 9 1
Pender 67 1 12 9 45 980 325 617 38 3
Pitt 160 4 10 16 130 961 353 577 31 2
Rockingham 64 2 2 20 40 992 457 497 38 1
Rowan 134 2 13 16 103 1,153 343 737 73 4
Union 138 1 13 15 109 2,076 588 1,402 86 14
Wake 137 1 9 22 105 1,774 632 1,017 125 8
Wayne 126 2 2 37 85 1,950 764 1,069 117 6
Yadkin 89 1 3 4 81 626 249 351 26 4
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alleghany 6 0 4 0 2 102 51 48 3 0
Anson 42 2 2 2 36 251 160 89 2 1
Beaufort 71 0 2 7 62 437 185 233 19 6
Camden 7 0 3 1 3 69 30 39 0 0
Caswell 60 4 6 6 44 427 157 241 29 0
Cherokee 42 3 7 1 31 586 218 350 18 2
Chowan 10 0 1 2 7 120 43 72 5 1
Clay 19 0 3 0 16 318 166 135 17 5
Dare 24 0 6 0 18 427 107 314 6 1
Duplin 83 0 3 12 68 758 288 427 43 10
Granville 47 1 2 4 40 631 342 263 26 3
Halifax 97 2 7 14 74 716 318 356 42 10
Harnett 210 4 13 35 158 2,096 706 1,288 102 18
Hertford 24 2 1 10 11 259 147 99 13 4
Jackson 72 3 7 2 60 681 373 273 35 1
Lee 57 2 10 6 39 437 131 269 37 6
Lenoir 107 1 12 14 80 744 344 380 20 3
Martin 40 1 3 4 32 332 163 150 19 4
McDowell 37 1 2 1 33 783 289 439 55 8
Montgomery 29 0 2 1 26 335 168 151 16 3
Moore 62 1 9 13 39 684 340 310 34 0
Northampton 24 0 2 9 13 395 236 133 26 3
Pasquotank 43 1 1 8 33 225 101 116 8 0
Perquimans 8 0 2 1 5 93 55 38 0 3
Richmond 179 4 7 42 126 1,103 440 599 64 8
Robeson 9 1 0 0 8 62 20 39 3 0
Rutherford 94 1 1 8 84 1,061 579 422 60 4
Stanly 20 1 1 1 17 421 183 228 10 0
Surry 65 0 10 9 46 1,033 451 532 50 6
Swain 22 0 0 1 21 264 149 102 13 1
Transylvania 34 2 4 3 25 280 103 157 20 4
Tyrrell 7 0 0 1 6 61 7 53 1 0
Watauga 15 1 0 1 13 323 39 274 10 0
Wilkes 111 2 6 9 94 813 352 427 34 12
Wilson 14 0 0 2 12 136 39 89 8 1
Yancey 11 0 0 0 11 51 26 22 3 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 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.

Data Declaration

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