Table 4

January to June 2015–2016

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Colorado through Idaho

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
COLORADO ARVADA 2015 115,379 80 1 15 16 48 1,323 144 1,086 93 11
2016 103 1 16 21 65 1,445 165 1,107 173 12
AURORA 2015 360,237 763 7 183 203 370 5,037 807 3,632 598 34
2016 904 7 136 280 481 5,477 811 3,924 742 29
COLORADO SPRINGS 2015 452,410 885 8 135 185 557 7,591 1,113 5,791 687 67
2016 1,135 7 255 197 676 7,574 1,187 5,489 898 51
DENVER 2015 682,418 2,122 20 312 559 1,231 11,212 2,196 7,017 1,999 57
2016 2,126 20 255 573 1,278 12,336 2,384 7,655 2,297 43
FORT COLLINS 2015 159,629 145 1 11 17 116 1,701 215 1,398 88 6
2016 133 1 13 14 105 1,583 165 1,334 84 7
LAKEWOOD 2015 151,311 425 4 66 98 257 3,550 420 2,763 367 6
2016 437 3 76 82 276 4,124 492 3,194 438 11
PUEBLO 2015 108,810 457 3 93 80 281 3,413 1,038 2,016 359 19
2016 536 2 81 109 344 3,439 879 2,135 425 25
THORNTON 2015 133,188 166 1 51 30 84 2,176 303 1,560 313 12
2016 143 1 35 16 91 1,997 259 1,435 303 8
WESTMINSTER 2015 113,547 135 1 28 20 86 1,746 179 1,337 230 3
2016 129 3 22 35 69 1,920 176 1,427 317 4
CONNECTICUT BRIDGEPORT5 2015 148,313 488 8 39 214 227 1,506 385 882 239 6
2016 472 2 28 188 254 292 270 4
HARTFORD 2015 124,553 698 15 15 253 415 2,549 414 1,749 386 27
2016 613 10 28 202 373 2,390 363 1,661 366 55
NEW HAVEN 2015 130,403 582 6 28 224 324 2,399 341 1,759 299 10
2016 594 5 35 188 366 2,299 333 1,652 314 13
STAMFORD 2015 129,682 128 2 8 39 79 798 96 624 78 1
2016 153 0 17 54 82 851 121 657 73 1
WATERBURY6 2015 109,044 206 1 13 119 73 2,093 203 1,464 426 2
2016 267 3 14 110 140 2,052 358 1,393 301 13
FLORIDA CAPE CORAL 2015 173,844 114 0 6 22 86 1,552 288 1,197 67 2
2016 103 4 7 19 73 1,508 307 1,111 90 2
CLEARWATER 2015 111,316 302 6 36 92 168 2,188 306 1,738 144 7
2016 336 1 40 69 226 1,821 260 1,463 98 6
CORAL SPRINGS 2015 129,631 105 0 17 34 54 1,111 157 884 70 1
2016 110 0 11 37 62 1,205 104 1,018 83 4
DAVIE 2015 100,612 120 1 14 33 72 1,482 197 1,153 132 5
2016 97 2 13 38 44 1,431 160 1,125 146 3
FORT LAUDERDALE 2015 178,598 692 4 68 200 420 4,532 877 3,266 389 13
2016 584 12 46 225 301 5,366 941 3,983 442 9
GAINESVILLE 2015 129,410 416 2 43 91 280 2,108 265 1,719 124 5
2016 420 3 57 83 277 2,379 307 1,930 142 3
HIALEAH 2015 238,132 407 2 14 142 249 2,769 340 2,088 341 14
2016 336 5 18 82 231 2,812 255 2,255 302 17
HOLLYWOOD 2015 149,822 353 6 34 131 182 2,756 537 1,958 261 1
2016 316 2 25 110 179 2,372 358 1,756 258 2
JACKSONVILLE 2015 867,258 2,764 46 226 620 1,872 16,090 3,172 11,840 1,078 41
2016 2,758 52 251 703 1,752 15,340 2,758 11,160 1,422 45
LAKELAND 2015 103,498 246 3 37 59 147 2,368 371 1,846 151 3
2016 168 1 36 55 76 2,585 321 2,088 176 1
MIAMI 2015 437,969 2,226 42 33 829 1,322 9,604 1,568 6,885 1,151 44
2016 1,953 27 44 671 1,211 9,473 1,282 7,305 886 28
MIAMI GARDENS 2015 113,469 351 12 8 112 219 2,001 390 1,433 178 12
2016 376 11 7 135 223 1,820 297 1,316 207 12
MIRAMAR 2015 138,330 225 3 21 65 136 1,357 194 1,051 112 6
2016 233 2 12 63 156 1,480 164 1,183 133 4
ORLANDO7 2015 268,438 1,277 9 94 270 904 7,874 1,588 5,753 533 25
2016 1,194 65 85 240 804 7,600 1,421 5,609 570 11
PALM BAY 2015 106,469 251 5 27 31 188 949 222 667 60 7
2016 251 2 30 25 194 783 192 536 55 5
PEMBROKE PINES 2015 167,266 166 0 11 39 116 1,831 291 1,428 112 5
2016 187 1 9 51 126 1,823 152 1,548 123 1
POMPANO BEACH 2015 107,656 484 2 39 121 322 2,176 356 1,616 204 7
2016 458 3 44 160 251 2,586 413 1,888 285 2
PORT ST. LUCIE 2015 176,364 124 2 4 13 105 1,164 204 924 36 1
2016 139 2 8 27 102 1,167 204 925 38 3
ST. PETERSBURG 2015 255,821 979 5 67 266 641 7,156 1,127 5,263 766 23
2016 854 11 59 258 526 5,642 932 4,272 438 22
TALLAHASSEE 2015 189,709 990 8 119 166 697 4,443 960 3,110 373 3
2016 857 4 104 200 549 5,346 1,036 3,777 533 3
TAMPA 2015 364,383 1,127 21 32 296 778 4,075 934 2,863 278 35
2016 984 12 43 258 671 4,031 761 2,917 353 34
WEST PALM BEACH 2015 104,919 416 6 25 123 262 2,451 355 1,861 235 6
2016 479 3 41 151 284 2,671 439 1,949 283 12
GEORGIA ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY 2015 120,858 257 1 25 62 169 1,917 371 1,444 102 16
2016 274 1 27 76 170 2,096 425 1,559 112 9
ATLANTA 2015 464,710 2,529 45 83 905 1,496 12,145 2,258 7,703 2,184 27
2016 2,531 57 60 1,092 1,322 11,522 2,171 7,507 1,844 27
SANDY SPRINGS 2015 103,898 73 2 6 41 24 1,239 272 888 79 2
2016 51 0 5 27 19 1,296 234 985 77 4
SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METROPOLITAN 2015 240,178 499 20 30 216 233 4,264 874 2,895 495 9
2016 574 28 28 254 264 3,950 789 2,720 441 6
HAWAII HONOLULU 2015 999,307 1,158 12 147 438 561 13,836 2,072 10,144 1,620 126
2016 1,165 9 181 378 597 15,535 1,843 11,477 2,215 139
IDAHO BOISE 2015 218,844 312 0 68 17 227 2,281 308 1,833 140 23
2016 330 2 64 20 244 2,482 353 1,961 168 19
  • 1 The 2015 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 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this report.
  • 6 Because of changes in the local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 7 The 2016 murder offenses include those victims of the Pulse Nightclub incident; therefore, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.

Data Declaration

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