Table 4

January to June 2015–2016

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Illinois through Missouri

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
ILLINOIS AURORA 2015 201,034 308 5 33 45 225 1,338 208 1,066 64 6
2016 306 2 20 59 225 1,163 197 907 59 11
CHICAGO 2015 2,728,695 11,081 213 730 4,048 6,090 36,779 5,698 26,310 4,771 247
2016 13,729 317 749 5,164 7,499 39,151 6,176 27,768 5,207 285
ELGIN 2015 111,832 97 3 21 20 53 788 114 645 29 2
2016 124 0 16 39 69 651 93 523 35 10
JOLIET 2015 147,991 198 3 19 51 125 1,594 328 1,219 47 18
2016 260 2 31 69 158 1,378 282 1,038 58 24
NAPERVILLE 2015 147,101 32 0 3 10 19 759 64 680 15 1
2016 37 0 4 13 20 697 72 608 17 1
PEORIA 2015 116,066 347 6 27 124 190 2,016 471 1,479 66 17
2016 378 6 34 121 217 1,992 468 1,449 75 36
ROCKFORD 2015 148,178 1,168 11 82 198 877 2,714 668 1,839 207 37
2016 1,238 10 69 264 895 2,684 598 1,866 220 16
INDIANA EVANSVILLE5 2015 120,414 347 2 35 81 229 2,722 471 2,100 151 23
2016 359 5 44 98 212 2,898 468 2,240 190
FORT WAYNE 2015 259,712 456 11 42 209 194 3,499 628 2,719 152 30
2016 450 16 47 161 226 3,976 768 3,062 146 28
SOUTH BEND 2015 101,240 325 9 32 166 118 2,312 523 1,610 179 14
2016 465 6 43 136 280 2,201 485 1,517 199 18
KANSAS OLATHE 2015 134,830 74 2 17 13 42 996 88 805 103 4
2016 111 1 23 15 72 986 80 821 85 1
OVERLAND PARK 2015 187,240 192 2 87 20 83 1,708 206 1,230 272 10
2016 188 1 69 20 98 1,376 235 1,000 141 8
TOPEKA 2015 127,096 325 3 40 99 183 3,183 580 2,324 279 3
2016 304 8 27 100 169 3,302 512 2,439 351 1
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 2015 314,077 502 9 90 230 173 5,797 1,215 4,062 520 24
2016 504 9 86 276 133 5,982 1,052 4,438 492 23
LOUISVILLE METRO6 2015 680,550 2,066 38 110 705 1,213 13,321 2,934 9,023 1,364 3
2016 2,243 53 81 741 1,368 14,378 2,810 9,559 2,009 6
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2015 228,727 967 27 47 393 500 4,692 1,136 3,313 243 65
2016 979 15 53 348 563 4,708 1,058 3,381 269 65
LAFAYETTE 2015 127,273 329 6 11 72 240 3,224 473 2,532 219 17
2016 333 5 12 83 233 3,156 533 2,447 176 11
NEW ORLEANS 2015 393,447 1,652 92 152 622 786 7,304 1,362 4,773 1,169 15
2016 2,041 67 299 685 990 7,586 1,277 5,131 1,178 34
SHREVEPORT 2015 197,592 793 10 74 218 491 4,960 1,052 3,637 271 26
2016 837 16 65 202 554 4,729 986 3,442 301 34
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2015 621,252 4,224 144 140 1,826 2,114 14,194 3,577 8,205 2,412 132
2016 5,176 137 150 2,340 2,549 13,822 3,462 7,844 2,516 137
MASSACHUSETTS CAMBRIDGE 2015 110,953 145 1 9 40 95 1,231 191 989 51 2
2016 162 2 16 38 106 1,183 187 928 68 4
LOWELL 2015 110,819 226 0 10 65 151 1,101 223 790 88 7
2016 220 0 6 54 160 969 176 662 131 8
SPRINGFIELD 2015 154,090 821 13 45 248 515 2,371 576 1,517 278 18
2016 766 5 38 248 475 2,459 737 1,429 293 16
WORCESTER 2015 183,377 777 4 10 189 574 2,324 491 1,648 185 2
2016 771 2 21 179 569 2,711 746 1,704 261 3
MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR 2015 118,730 90 0 26 14 50 1,068 100 932 36 3
2016 106 0 32 20 54 926 126 757 43 3
DETROIT 2015 673,225 5,794 135 270 1,569 3,820 13,638 3,276 6,757 3,605 399
2016 5,409 103 267 1,130 3,909 13,442 3,368 6,229 3,845 335
GRAND RAPIDS7 2015 195,268 642 5 57 177 403 2,082 438 1,516 128 24
2016 619 4 72 137 406 374 1,472 28
LANSING 2015 114,694 631 3 58 113 457 1,543 407 978 158 10
2016 525 4 45 81 395 1,248 308 799 141 3
WARREN 2015 135,367 380 2 61 67 250 1,449 293 882 274 10
2016 351 3 74 56 218 1,647 427 1,012 208 17
MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS 2015 413,479 1,964 20 186 797 961 7,922 1,614 5,566 742 63
2016 2,111 10 210 799 1,092 7,607 1,381 5,347 879 38
ROCHESTER 2015 112,542 86 0 24 18 44 1,121 205 876 40 0
2016 127 0 35 30 62 1,186 173 970 43 0
ST. PAUL 2015 300,721 975 2 86 289 598 4,416 926 2,712 778 53
2016 1,000 9 100 341 550 4,360 900 2,695 765 35
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON 2015 170,508 745 27 71 366 281 4,117 1,115 2,504 498 51
2016 677 27 42 297 311 3,875 922 2,515 438 55
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2015 118,911 274 1 44 66 163 1,605 385 1,135 85 5
2016 244 2 40 61 141 1,546 275 1,183 88 6
INDEPENDENCE 2015 117,639 216 1 28 56 131 2,922 409 2,073 440 7
2016 304 2 29 61 212 2,989 444 2,172 373 7
KANSAS CITY 2015 473,373 3,053 37 179 704 2,133 9,912 2,289 5,832 1,791 71
2016 3,668 51 178 862 2,577 9,204 2,076 5,459 1,669 87
SPRINGFIELD 2015 166,860 1,063 7 128 212 716 5,961 935 4,438 588 30
2016 1,144 5 153 213 773 6,283 1,060 4,639 584 31
ST. LOUIS 2015 317,095 2,813 92 127 832 1,762 9,608 1,947 6,031 1,630 79
2016 2,781 88 141 811 1,741 8,522 1,605 5,587 1,330 136
  • 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 This agency began the year submitting rape data classified according to the legacy UCR definition. However, at some point during the calendar year, the agency modified its reporting methods and began classifying and submitting rape offenses according to the revised UCR definition of rape. See the data declaration for further explanation.
  • 6 Arson offenses reported by the Louisville Fire Department are not included in this report.
  • 7 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this report.

Data Declaration

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