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Table 10

SOUTH 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 Aiken 510 8 72 59 371 3,282 980 1,847 455 1
Anderson 752 18 48 94 592 6,496 1,538 4,210 748 34
Beaufort 429 10 64 62 293 2,623 613 1,870 140 6
Berkeley 409 4 47 54 304 2,907 895 1,710 302 12
Calhoun 21 2 4 1 14 248 81 141 26 1
Chester 147 1 10 15 121 531 136 357 38 5
Dorchester 368 7 15 49 297 1,939 530 1,237 172 2
Fairfield 151 2 10 9 130 559 179 332 48 7
Florence 232 3 16 53 160 2,231 567 1,406 258 4
Greenville 1,918 11 163 298 1,446 10,194 2,659 6,534 1,001 88
Horry 1 0 0 0 1 8 0 8 0 0
Horry County Police Department 753 41 154 85 473 6,539 1,505 4,503 531 57
Jasper 46 9 3 16 18 596 116 431 49 4
Kershaw 173 2 43 7 121 1,154 312 781 61 5
Lancaster 275 5 26 34 210 1,935 569 1,282 84 12
Laurens 234 2 12 11 209 1,041 330 601 110 7
Lexington 578 15 57 84 422 4,445 906 3,135 404 12
Pickens 218 4 23 15 176 1,649 580 889 180 3
Richland 2,357 16 143 281 1,917 8,991 1,787 6,015 1,189 36
Saluda 52 0 3 4 45 207 61 127 19 0
Spartanburg 654 13 100 137 404 4,783 1,159 3,300 324 20
Sumter 383 3 33 32 315 1,883 715 1,011 157 14
Union 67 3 12 7 45 480 136 314 30 6
York 371 6 39 43 283 2,039 528 1,400 111 8
Nonmetropolitan Counties Abbeville 22 2 6 0 14 286 118 154 14 3
Bamberg 25 0 2 2 21 144 73 66 5 2
Barnwell 130 1 5 5 119 317 91 199 27 2
Cherokee 102 2 8 12 80 1,154 323 772 59 5
Chesterfield 101 1 10 8 82 791 242 507 42 3
Clarendon 120 1 10 13 96 672 234 386 52 1
Colleton 255 1 24 16 214 766 212 499 55 15
Dillon 168 1 6 24 137 794 275 475 44 6
Georgetown 117 6 23 12 76 1,119 347 686 86 7
Greenwood 152 1 21 11 119 1,264 283 946 35 4
Hampton 57 2 5 2 48 202 72 124 6 3
Lee 68 2 4 6 56 320 111 176 33 5
Marion 94 0 7 14 73 669 260 296 113 1
Marlboro 175 1 9 7 158 577 193 346 38 3
McCormick 21 0 5 1 15 128 75 42 11 1
Newberry 103 1 7 1 94 293 89 188 16 1
Oconee 193 3 49 8 133 1,303 303 917 83 7
Williamsburg 144 4 11 16 113 635 232 365 38 12
  • 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.