Table 4

January to June 2014–2015

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

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
MONTANA BILLINGS 2014 110,245 195 2 41 28 124 2,345 326 1,758 261 3
2015 233 2 30 40 161 2,369 295 1,662 412 6
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2014 271,208 445 4 76 99 266 4,212 628 3,442 142 33
2015 471 0 83 104 284 4,226 625 3,432 169 38
NEVADA HENDERSON 2014 274,121 198 1 33 69 95 2,725 692 1,788 245 11
2015 229 1 51 83 94 2,677 679 1,731 267 7
NORTH LAS VEGAS 2014 229,436 877 4 40 223 610 2,795 1,019 1,335 441 10
2015 995 5 45 223 722 2,614 897 1,282 435 7
RENO 2014 235,055 530 3 60 141 326 3,144 626 2,180 338 7
2015 618 9 67 145 397 3,573 662 2,460 451 3
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2014 110,571 342 3 25 110 204 1,855 357 1,415 83 12
2015 320 2 37 112 169 2,098 360 1,639 99 13
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2014 101,965 46 0 2 25 19 541 146 346 49 6
2015 46 0 1 21 24 570 103 427 40 7
ELIZABETH 2014 128,345 504 5 13 281 205 1,724 364 960 400 5
2015 484 8 23 242 211 1,744 325 1,038 381 6
JERSEY CITY 2014 260,005 621 13 16 272 320 1,983 441 1,266 276 20
2015 636 8 51 253 324 1,898 390 1,237 271 35
NEWARK 2014 279,110 1,355 43 21 891 400 3,743 828 1,824 1,091 21
2015 1,401 42 43 861 455 3,696 800 1,621 1,275 9
PATERSON 2014 146,083 572 9 9 286 268 1,856 556 958 342 8
2015 465 7 18 206 234 1,853 616 905 332 4
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP 2014 100,969 53 0 3 25 25 932 119 770 43 3
2015 46 0 0 22 24 722 103 570 49 1
NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE 2014 558,874 2,367 12 197 619 1,539 15,064 3,095 10,248 1,721 46
2015 2,691 23 199 861 1,608 15,853 2,903 10,755 2,195 46
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2014 118,860 64 1 5 22 36 905 71 815 19 2
2015 56 0 7 19 30 812 81 708 23 6
BUFFALO 2014 258,419 1,507 19 76 605 807 5,876 1,435 3,941 500
2015 1,297 12 87 457 741 4,904 1,040 3,379 485 70
NEW YORK 2014 8,473,938 24,191 146 1,075 7,691 15,279 63,155 7,433 52,230 3,492
2015 23,225 164 1,082 7,598 14,381 60,300 6,410 50,526 3,364
ROCHESTER 2014 210,347 776 19 93 286 378 3,874 826 2,746 302 50
2015 853 15 65 287 486 3,575 696 2,502 377 44
SYRACUSE 2014 144,534 526 6 33 164 323 2,682 665 1,890 127 24
2015 528 8 34 191 295 2,361 530 1,690 141 19
YONKERS 2014 200,624 475 2 10 152 311 928 190 652 86 10
2015 447 3 23 161 260 980 194 644 142 6
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2014 154,978 55 3 5 18 29 827 164 642 21 4
2015 31 2 4 9 16 919 169 718 32 2
DURHAM 2014 249,738 923 9 34 299 581 5,187 1,729 3,162 296 9
2015 1,069 15 29 360 665 5,377 1,670 3,395 312 16
GREENSBORO 2014 282,203 619 6 28 209 376 5,016 1,260 3,523 233 61
2015 739 11 35 217 476 4,812 1,068 3,505 239 52
HIGH POINT 2014 108,540 236 3 12 64 157 1,873 510 1,255 108 13
2015 309 2 18 99 190 1,683 333 1,230 120 6
WILMINGTON 2014 113,418 367 5 17 112 233 2,362 645 1,565 152 12
2015 389 4 29 127 229 2,441 627 1,655 159 4
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2014 115,686 187 3 39 30 115 1,303 210 1,014 79 6
2015 169 3 21 21 124 1,528 318 1,095 115 4
OHIO5 AKRON 2014 197,891 679 8 89 176 406 4,007 1,234 2,536 237 30
2015 597 11 77 200 309 3,858 1,111 2,450 297 38
CINCINNATI 2014 297,671 1,258 39 114 634 471 7,663 2,269 4,874 520 158
2015 1,287 38 99 601 549 7,606 1,979 5,126 501 233
CLEVELAND 2014 388,655 2,499 26 266 1,408 799 9,537 3,113 4,687 1,737 138
2015 2,390 37 215 1,286 852 8,537 2,411 4,509 1,617 126
COLUMBUS 2014 830,811 2,336 49 394 1,035 858 16,327 4,073 10,848 1,406 277
2015 2,237 37 346 1,085 769 15,537 3,346 10,678 1,513
DAYTON 2014 143,217 619 17 74 267 261 3,586 1,166 2,160 260 32
2015 650 10 70 230 340 3,187 1,095 1,815 277 53
TOLEDO6, 7 2014 281,150 1,390 11 113 414 852 2,142 425
2015 1,444 5 116 431 892 5,668 1,769 3,497 402
  • 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 did not follow national UCR Program guidelines for reporting an offense. Consequently, these figures are not included in this report.
  • 7 Arson offenses are reported by the Toledo Fire Department; therefore those figures are not included in this report.

Data Declaration

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