Table 4

January to June 2014–2015

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Oklahoma through Wisconsin

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
OKLAHOMA BROKEN ARROW 2014 104,592 64 0 12 26 26 754 157 552 45 7
2015 74 0 21 19 34 897 168 649 80 2
OKLAHOMA CITY 2014 617,975 2,354 20 196 522 1,616 13,332 3,146 8,375 1,811 42
2015 2,399 30 242 544 1,583 11,795 2,796 7,554 1,445 47
TULSA 2014 399,556 1,590 18 176 428 968 9,844 2,619 6,059 1,166 68
2015 1,658 27 160 410 1,061 9,445 2,473 5,811 1,161 80
OREGON EUGENE 2014 159,882 287 1 42 84 160 3,252 539 2,427 286 15
2015 244 0 36 76 132 2,950 518 2,209 223 18
SALEM 2014 162,028 261 0 29 51 181 3,411 444 2,639 328 14
2015 245 2 16 49 178 3,317 335 2,654 328 13
PENNSYLVANIA ALLENTOWN 2014 118,710 269 4 34 130 101 1,887 478 1,269 140 4
2015 231 4 24 113 90 1,389 282 1,019 88 11
ERIE 2014 100,403 177 3 24 47 103 1,204 326 844 34 13
2015 218 3 25 59 131 1,207 292 856 59 14
PHILADELPHIA 2014 1,559,062 7,661 115 577 3,294 3,675 24,285 4,566 17,078 2,641 197
2015 7,648 115 679 3,113 3,741 23,292 3,936 16,915 2,441 152
RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE 2014 178,640 421 7 45 133 236 3,090 671 2,011 408 15
2015 475 6 57 128 284 2,676 525 1,894 257 12
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON 2014 129,867 135 5 13 40 77 1,473 181 1,217 75 2
2015 169 5 25 42 97 1,475 225 1,140 110 1
NORTH CHARLESTON 2014 105,594 364 8 43 101 212 2,762 379 2,136 247 5
2015 367 3 46 103 215 2,509 340 1,938 231 5
SOUTH DAKOTA SIOUX FALLS 2014 167,339 395 2 78 48 267 2,309 402 1,778 129 12
2015 344 1 57 21 265 2,542 462 1,921 159 17
TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA 2014 174,449 883 17 60 182 624 5,503 991 3,999 513 6
2015 818 9 42 132 635 5,160 895 3,833 432 8
CLARKSVILLE 2014 144,639 438 6 36 54 342 2,071 471 1,509 91 14
2015 414 6 29 39 340 1,878 317 1,485 76 9
KNOXVILLE 2014 184,362 789 7 63 194 525 5,993 982 4,614 397 6
2015 897 9 104 209 575 5,438 865 4,188 385 8
MEMPHIS 2014 654,922 5,633 65 269 1,553 3,746 18,200 5,148 11,709 1,343 151
2015 5,517 64 241 1,400 3,812 17,445 4,720 11,535 1,190 134
MURFREESBORO 2014 119,005 280 6 27 55 192 1,921 332 1,500 89 2
2015 325 2 28 73 222 1,944 440 1,429 75 6
NASHVILLE 2014 647,689 3,489 20 258 642 2,569 11,209 2,321 8,396 492 51
2015 3,253 24 240 756 2,233 11,281 2,249 8,368 664 21
TEXAS ABILENE 2014 120,686 262 3 49 58 152 2,471 437 1,894 140 18
2015 336 6 38 64 228 2,805 609 2,003 193 12
AMARILLO 2014 197,724 688 3 133 144 408 4,464 892 3,142 430 15
2015 651 3 116 137 395 4,377 892 3,111 374 13
ARLINGTON 2014 382,976 907 6 102 241 558 6,455 1,207 4,798 450 21
2015 1,021 4 169 248 600 6,679 1,098 5,169 412 19
BEAUMONT 2014 117,898 522 8 44 144 326 2,799 763 1,923 113 19
2015 572 11 45 162 354 2,250 570 1,582 98 18
BROWNSVILLE 2014 183,433 273 3 42 67 161 3,604 475 3,048 81 7
2015 239 1 24 76 138 3,700 501 3,124 75 9
CARROLLTON 2014 128,577 91 1 1 25 64 1,312 257 935 120 5
2015 76 1 4 28 43 1,380 229 1,024 127 0
COLLEGE STATION 2014 101,483 85 0 13 21 51 1,158 292 833 33 0
2015 109 2 31 20 56 1,119 182 894 43 0
CORPUS CHRISTI 2014 319,211 976 12 144 184 636 7,186 1,185 5,757 244 31
2015 1,039 12 155 205 667 5,339 945 4,133 261 28
DALLAS 2014 1,272,396 3,941 53 384 1,781 1,723 21,979 5,567 13,100 3,312 180
2015 4,342 69 405 2,008 1,860 21,508 5,095 12,778 3,635 196
DENTON 2014 125,248 189 0 64 31 94 1,325 201 1,065 59 0
2015 211 2 50 34 125 1,366 170 1,121 75 0
EL PASO 2014 680,273 1,396 7 183 227 979 7,345 837 6,106 402 26
2015 1,204 8 153 192 851 6,240 646 5,233 361 38
FORT WORTH 2014 804,907 2,243 30 272 580 1,361 15,642 3,642 10,867 1,133 80
2015 2,208 25 281 481 1,421 14,916 2,964 10,823 1,129 60
FRISCO 2014 141,940 57 1 10 6 40 1,226 219 974 33 6
2015 49 1 12 14 22 1,088 178 885 25 1
GRAND PRAIRIE 2014 185,273 249 1 46 93 109 2,440 463 1,651 326 6
2015 277 1 65 58 153 1,962 349 1,381 232 11
HOUSTON 2014 2,219,933 10,401 100 416 4,717 5,168 52,686 10,826 34,814 7,046 341
2015 10,216 144 374 4,777 4,921 48,909 9,597 32,644 6,668 332
IRVING 2014 231,708 271 2 19 81 169 3,142 562 2,297 283 13
2015 216 6 15 83 112 2,914 507 2,132 275 10
LAREDO 2014 250,994 518 9 40 95 374 5,079 668 4,260 151 51
2015 491 4 64 69 354 4,291 532 3,599 160 43
LEWISVILLE 2014 102,439 98 0 18 25 55 1,257 214 897 146 1
2015 115 1 25 27 62 1,109 157 849 103 2
LUBBOCK 2014 241,826 930 5 56 132 737 5,084 1,059 3,648 377 28
2015 1,104 8 90 167 839 5,785 1,231 4,138 416 19
MCKINNEY 2014 152,806 110 2 16 27 65 1,357 192 1,090 75 6
2015 138 2 26 27 83 1,241 136 1,049 56 6
MESQUITE 2014 144,396 226 1 29 85 111 2,646 566 1,701 379 5
2015 215 3 22 99 91 2,876 553 1,910 413 2
ODESSA 2014 113,619 496 4 28 72 392 1,953 333 1,391 229 5
2015 589 6 32 79 472 2,270 383 1,618 269 13
PASADENA 2014 153,540 300 4 41 82 173 2,407 397 1,743 267 7
2015 292 1 38 81 172 2,203 351 1,540 312 25
PEARLAND 2014 102,516 72 1 19 11 41 927 121 777 29 3
2015 80 1 26 19 34 1,088 177 871 40 2
PLANO 2014 277,822 249 2 47 81 119 2,674 345 2,184 145 13
2015 223 3 46 64 110 2,382 343 1,921 118 8
RICHARDSON 2014 105,744 90 1 12 38 39 1,199 167 960 72 4
2015 76 0 13 26 37 1,092 192 825 75 1
ROUND ROCK 2014 112,199 57 0 12 20 25 1,031 111 900 20 5
2015 71 1 15 18 37 1,062 98 943 21 2
SAN ANTONIO 2014 1,428,465 3,757 43 518 885 2,311 38,179 6,230 28,292 3,657 139
2015 4,005 51 509 915 2,530 35,261 5,576 26,572 3,113 119
TYLER5 2014 100,969
2015 214 5 27 38 144 1,889 320 1,485 84 0
WICHITA FALLS 2014 104,949 203 2 43 51 107 2,030 450 1,459 121 0
2015 200 1 48 54 97 2,058 456 1,527 75 0
UTAH PROVO5 2014 117,158
2015 80 0 34 10 36 1,075 100 907 68 1
SALT LAKE CITY 2014 192,368 666 1 113 193 359 7,355 730 5,807 818 46
2015 734 3 123 211 397 8,341 995 6,309 1,037 20
WEST VALLEY5 2014 134,590
2015 371 1 57 71 242 2,755 381 1,942 432 9
VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA 2014 151,065 133 2 9 77 45 1,424 102 1,185 137 8
2015 131 0 11 53 67 1,325 112 1,112 101 1
CHESAPEAKE 2014 232,489 472 4 34 82 352 3,103 572 2,410 121 11
2015 476 6 28 81 361 2,754 458 2,138 158 13
HAMPTON 2014 136,590 168 5 21 50 92 2,064 255 1,706 103 14
2015 154 7 15 71 61 1,947 288 1,515 144 13
NEWPORT NEWS 2014 182,374 363 11 36 94 222 2,750 481 2,098 171 33
2015 338 17 30 98 193 2,461 436 1,864 161 24
NORFOLK 2014 247,078 572 19 52 158 343 4,516 600 3,694 222 13
2015 606 7 46 199 354 4,072 516 3,413 143 13
RICHMOND 2014 216,747 604 23 12 264 305 4,003 840 2,830 333 26
2015 517 16 12 234 255 3,567 672 2,577 318 32
VIRGINIA BEACH 2014 451,102 327 12 55 123 137 4,720 541 4,015 164 33
2015 305 12 36 128 129 4,582 508 3,878 196 44
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE6 2014 135,449 74 1 17 34 22 2,281 296 1,849 136 6
2015 60 2 10 23 25 2,056 310 1,622 124 8
EVERETT 2014 105,911 192 2 18 73 99 3,505 616 2,352 537 13
2015 191 4 19 65 103 3,040 477 2,156 407 20
KENT 2014 125,837 171 0 33 65 73 3,058 445 2,126 487 10
2015 146 3 22 62 59 2,841 429 1,949 463 11
SEATTLE 2014 663,410 1,950 13 79 755 1,103 20,475 3,466 14,102 2,907 40
2015 1,961 9 65 766 1,121 17,919 3,597 12,348 1,974 34
SPOKANE 2014 211,025 582 5 52 229 296 9,004 1,625 6,259 1,120 28
2015 538 5 51 170 312 7,592 1,400 5,379 813 24
TACOMA 2014 204,722 745 7 75 224 439 6,008 1,502 3,658 848 31
2015 749 4 57 229 459 6,119 1,185 4,013 921 26
VANCOUVER 2014 168,688 269 4 41 74 150 2,625 393 1,810 422 27
2015 318 0 43 55 220 2,577 408 1,819 350 26
WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 2014 104,979 256 3 26 32 195 1,074 184 848 42 5
2015 211 1 24 22 164 1,018 180 793 45 5
KENOSHA 2014 100,025 147 4 10 51 82 1,045 251 744 50 9
2015 127 2 26 50 49 920 152 714 54 2
MADISON 2014 245,788 400 3 42 101 254 3,135 448 2,572 115 4
2015 414 3 48 99 264 3,121 544 2,475 102 4
MILWAUKEE 2014 600,374 3,957 36 192 1,551 2,178 12,303 2,416 6,966 2,921 110
2015 3,921 75 168 1,501 2,177 11,197 2,439 5,798 2,960 99
  • 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 Complete January through June data for 2014 are not available.
  • 6 Because of changes in the local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.

Data Declaration

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