Table 3A

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Number of Arrestees for Child Exploitation, 2016

Field Office Arrests1 Population per Field Office
Albany 43 4,266,252
Albuquerque 45 2,086,535
Anchorage 18 747,188
Atlanta 49 10,572,283
Baltimore 53 7,182,283
Birmingham 19 2,882,790
Boston 24 10,638,290
Buffalo 51 2,946,417
Charlotte 146 10,180,571
Chicago 18 9,348,926
Cincinnati 41 5,946,465
Cleveland 18 5,771,693
Columbia 24 4,984,808
Dallas 75 10,661,172
Denver 26 6,185,272
Detroit 137 10,327,259
El Paso 14 1,283,393
Honolulu 14 1,554,673
Houston 54 8,507,711
Indianapolis 61 6,644,024
Jackson 13 2,990,046
Jacksonville 37 5,220,065
Kansas City 86 6,181,702
Knoxville 29 2,610,893
Las Vegas 31 2,946,513
Little Rock 21 3,005,677
Los Angeles 26 19,439,492
Louisville 76 4,478,739
Memphis 16 4,058,290
Miami 44 6,954,954
Milwaukee 19 5,888,427
Minneapolis 122 7,523,153
Mobile 7 2,004,605
New Haven 4 3,653,221
New Orleans 11 4,817,513
New York 36 15,127,022
Newark 90 8,143,302
Norfolk 81 1,760,206
Oklahoma City 22 3,975,771
Omaha 40 5,142,056
Philadelphia 118 10,385,094
Phoenix 99 6,951,468
Pittsburgh 25 5,822,535
Portland 25 4,172,382
Richmond 7 4,114,051
Sacramento 13 8,017,308
Salt Lake City 53 6,104,020
St. Louis 44 2,993,533
San Antonio 48 7,496,195
San Diego 24 3,497,325
San Francisco 19 8,467,158
San Juan2 9 3,517,712
Seattle 49 7,331,183
Springfield 23 3,513,730
Tampa 39 8,575,658
Washington, DC 40 3,227,005
  • 1 These arrests were for violations of one of the U.S. Code Sections listed in this table's Methodology. Arrests were not included for those made in a joint investigation with other agencies when a local or state code was used nor for fraud cases when a different provision of the U.S. Code was used for the basis of arrest.
  • 2 Population for the San Juan Field Office is a combination of the U.S. Census Bureau's estimated 2016 commonwealth total for Puerto Rico and the 2010 decennial census total for the U.S. Virgin Islands.