Table 4

January to June 2014–2015

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Illinois through Missouri

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
ILLINOIS AURORA 2014 200,419 284 4 18 53 209 1,315 196 1,074 45 8
2015 296 4 24 47 221 1,283 207 1,021 55 4
CHICAGO 2014 2,724,121 10,888 175 654 4,400 5,659 39,749 6,649 28,326 4,774 223
2015 10,969 207 622 4,051 6,089 36,468 5,650 26,005 4,813 242
ELGIN 2014 110,595 112 1 22 31 58 899 144 727 28 7
2015 102 3 17 19 63 742 113 600 29 2
JOLIET 2014 147,838 219 1 5 45 168 1,346 271 1,016 59 22
2015 197 3 18 51 125 1,597 329 1,216 52 18
NAPERVILLE 2014 145,510 52 1 5 8 38 717 72 626 19 1
2015 45 0 2 10 33 749 65 671 13 1
PEORIA 2014 116,923 370 4 32 112 222 2,244 558 1,596 90 25
2015 346 5 27 124 190 2,016 471 1,479 66 16
ROCKFORD 2014 149,586 927 10 69 178 670 2,947 759 2,019 169 34
2015 1,142 9 78 195 860 2,621 651 1,767 203 32
SPRINGFIELD 2014 117,134 551 2 42 111 396 2,523 479 2,005 39 25
2015 558 4 47 110 397 2,210 378 1,736 96 23
INDIANA EVANSVILLE 2014 120,372 286 5 33 108 140 3,229 490 2,522 217
2015 347 2 35 81 229 2,722 471 2,100 151 23
FORT WAYNE 2014 257,172 376 4 44 156 172 3,883 781 2,950 152 22
2015 457 12 42 209 194 3,499 628 2,719 152 30
SOUTH BEND 2014 100,853 302 7 49 128 118 2,039 502 1,410 127 12
2015 325 9 32 166 118 2,312 523 1,610 179 14
IOWA CEDAR RAPIDS 2014 128,901 179 8 19 54 98 2,236 386 1,727 123 6
2015 170 2 16 52 100 2,267 412 1,722 133 5
DES MOINES 2014 208,250 584 3 51 124 406 3,879 821 2,658 400 12
2015 806 8 62 117 619 3,995 889 2,655 451 21
KANSAS KANSAS CITY 2014 149,103 494 13 113 108 260 3,386 793 2,134 459 21
2015 558 12 144 136 266 3,386 641 2,312 433 23
OVERLAND PARK 2014 183,108 137 5 44 12 76 1,508 173 1,070 265 6
2015 192 2 87 20 83 1,708 206 1,230 272 10
TOPEKA 2014 127,673 303 4 27 86 186 2,872 441 2,168 263 4
2015 325 3 40 99 183 3,183 580 2,324 279 3
WICHITA 2014 387,493 1,497 13 129 258 1,097 9,482 1,639 6,756 1,087 45
2015 1,764 11 155 322 1,276 8,564 1,524 6,175 865 48
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 2014 311,848 514 11 73 258 172 5,757 1,181 4,123 453 24
2015 490 9 81 229 171 5,727 1,203 4,010 514 22
LOUISVILLE METRO5 2014 678,513 1,904 27 96 669 1,112 13,054 2,857 9,212 985 82
2015 2,048 41 93 705 1,209 13,135 2,909 8,885 1,341
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2014 229,387 1,078 27 34 426 591 5,045 1,380 3,406 259 78
2015 967 27 47 393 500 4,692 1,136 3,313 243 65
LAFAYETTE 2014 125,122 390 1 4 113 272 3,526 613 2,676 237 35
2015 329 6 11 72 240 3,224 473 2,532 219 17
NEW ORLEANS 2014 387,113 1,869 71 98 713 987 7,901 1,636 5,056 1,209
2015 1,652 92 152 622 786 7,304 1,362 4,773 1,169 15
SHREVEPORT 2014 200,184 716 9 65 189 453 4,398 946 3,201 251 27
2015 793 10 74 218 491 4,960 1,052 3,637 271 26
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2014 623,513 3,989 99 129 1,641 2,120 14,003 3,215 8,511 2,277 102
2015 4,224 144 140 1,826 2,114 14,194 3,577 8,205 2,412 132
MASSACHUSETTS CAMBRIDGE 2014 108,201 146 1 11 36 98 1,090 125 907 58 0
2015 151 1 14 42 94 1,236 188 994 54 2
LOWELL 2014 109,729 262 1 17 74 170 1,267 314 797 156 12
2015 227 0 10 65 152 1,083 221 776 86 7
SPRINGFIELD 2014 153,766 777 6 51 261 459 2,688 779 1,616 293 26
2015 837 13 43 247 534 2,350 573 1,501 276 18
WORCESTER 2014 183,248 814 4 7 175 628 2,570 660 1,740 170 1
2015 770 4 4 189 573 2,316 491 1,640 185 2
MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR 2014 117,768 94 0 29 9 56 1,010 156 792 62 4
2015 96 0 26 13 57 1,043 95 912 36 3
DETROIT 2014 684,694 6,292 135 284 1,589 4,284 15,748 4,390 6,629 4,729 235
2015 5,711 107 234 1,128 4,242 13,515 3,329 6,810 3,376 420
GRAND RAPIDS6 2014 193,385 623 3 31 198 391 2,388 584 1,683 121 25
2015 618 5 57 153 403 438 1,515 24
LANSING 2014 113,901 537 5 38 109 385 1,550 436 956 158 11
2015 469 4 39 82 344 1,347 335 883 129 7
STERLING HEIGHTS 2014 131,604 101 0 16 13 72 981 130 778 73 7
2015 94 2 20 7 65 828 75 688 65 4
WARREN 2014 135,080 288 3 39 62 184 1,563 340 993 230 8
2015 364 2 55 59 248 1,427 291 867 269 10
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON 2014 172,376 710 35 61 313 301 4,837 1,468 2,872 497 59
2015 745 27 71 366 281 4,117 1,115 2,504 498
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2014 116,847 162 2 30 43 87 1,908 265 1,565 78 6
2015 274 1 44 66 163 1,605 385 1,135 85 5
INDEPENDENCE 2014 117,321 223 1 25 50 147 3,182 505 2,271 406 17
2015 216 1 28 56 131 2,922 409 2,073 440 7
KANSAS CITY 2014 468,417 2,735 35 191 707 1,802 10,823 2,524 6,336 1,963 111
2015 2,987 36 162 689 2,100 9,709 2,247 5,697 1,765 69
SPRINGFIELD 2014 165,280 942 5 136 181 620 5,719 864 4,294 561 29
2015 1,063 7 128 212 716 5,961 935 4,438 588 30
ST. LOUIS 2014 318,574 2,284 58 144 594 1,488 8,616 1,756 5,435 1,425 86
2015 2,806 92 127 832 1,755 9,608 1,947 6,031 1,630 79
  • 1 The 2014 population figures are FBI estimates based on provisional data from the U.S. Census Bureau. See the data declaration for further explanation.
  • 2 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.
  • 3 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.
  • 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 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this report.

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