Table 8

FLORIDA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2016

[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 Alachua 519 1 62 75 381 2,044 545 1,377 122 14
Baker 118 1 4 8 105 316 103 194 19 0
Bay 375 4 40 41 290 2,433 536 1,716 181 6
Brevard 756 6 42 101 607 4,494 1,038 3,096 360 19
Broward 380 3 20 92 265 768 160 529 79 4
Charlotte 379 4 35 19 321 2,456 408 1,948 100 5
Citrus 338 4 40 39 255 1,979 426 1,443 110 8
Clay 450 3 87 81 279 3,256 618 2,475 163 13
Collier 941 7 65 166 703 3,994 742 3,028 224 16
Escambia 1,614 12 153 308 1,141 8,129 1,618 5,958 553 29
Flagler 221 0 16 29 176 1,646 306 1,255 85 7
Gadsden 69 2 6 5 56 379 173 193 13 2
Gulf 37 0 3 1 33 163 59 99 5 2
Hernando 412 4 62 60 286 3,113 620 2,283 210 18
Highlands 271 4 21 40 206 2,066 548 1,420 98 10
Hillsborough 1,926 27 173 352 1,374 13,758 2,600 9,972 1,186 75
Indian River 226 1 11 24 190 1,782 390 1,275 117 1
Jefferson 87 0 10 2 75 152 65 72 15 0
Lake 472 2 52 36 382 2,686 711 1,747 228 12
Lee 1,379 21 175 252 931 6,196 1,427 4,336 433 50
Leon 394 1 39 42 312 2,397 670 1,594 133 12
Manatee 1,349 18 120 169 1,042 5,491 1,070 4,086 335 21
Marion 679 8 58 93 520 4,403 1,405 2,529 469 5
Martin 304 6 45 48 205 1,909 323 1,509 77 8
Miami-Dade 6,278 84 409 1,537 4,248 36,318 4,605 28,416 3,297 25
Nassau 137 3 19 4 111 956 474 433 49 4
Okaloosa 585 4 76 51 454 3,057 525 2,384 148 4
Orange 5,106 61 498 1,159 3,388 25,493 6,091 17,208 2,194 0
Osceola 835 7 79 83 666 4,671 1,240 3,173 258 5
Palm Beach 2,005 25 216 436 1,328 13,158 2,968 9,080 1,110 55
Pasco 1,391 10 165 169 1,047 8,594 1,786 6,140 668 41
Pinellas 727 5 111 149 462 5,839 907 4,511 421 22
Polk 1,374 14 139 135 1,086 6,506 1,748 4,124 634 26
Santa Rosa 201 6 52 16 127 1,571 349 1,134 88 6
Sarasota 494 5 31 68 390 4,586 797 3,598 191 1
Seminole 637 6 81 55 495 3,224 735 2,350 139 2
St. Johns 346 4 13 32 297 2,896 602 2,177 117 4
St. Lucie 237 3 29 30 175 1,659 369 1,186 104 9
Sumter 237 0 21 8 208 891 225 627 39 1
Volusia 609 4 81 100 424 4,088 922 2,881 285 15
Wakulla 52 1 3 4 44 504 134 350 20 2
Walton 175 3 16 10 146 1,311 333 901 77 3
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bradford 75 1 4 1 69 211 96 102 13 1
Calhoun 17 0 1 0 16 48 16 29 3 0
Columbia 186 1 14 13 158 995 425 505 65 0
DeSoto 99 1 12 8 78 622 167 411 44 6
Dixie 80 1 13 1 65 329 128 191 10 3
Franklin 17 0 1 0 16 85 20 61 4 0
Glades 29 0 2 2 25 128 33 85 10 0
Hamilton 26 0 3 1 22 169 58 99 12 1
Hardee 50 0 8 6 36 333 105 209 19 0
Hendry 118 5 13 22 78 675 281 371 23 15
Holmes 64 0 6 6 52 241 86 137 18 0
Jackson 94 0 16 6 72 681 167 474 40 2
Lafayette 13 0 0 0 13 60 27 31 2 1
Levy 403 1 8 2 392 461 139 294 28 1
Liberty 2 1 0 0 1 7 1 4 2 0
Madison 126 1 6 2 117 240 108 132 0 2
Monroe 179 1 21 15 142 1,061 205 807 49 0
Okeechobee 132 5 18 10 99 953 204 680 69 0
Putnam 265 4 33 28 200 1,201 396 743 62 11
Suwannee 155 3 11 8 133 404 123 243 38 0
Taylor 182 2 9 1 170 267 116 135 16 2
Union 37 2 0 2 33 60 25 34 1 1
Washington 30 0 3 3 24 167 60 92 15 1
  • 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.