Table 4

January to June 2015–2016

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

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
MONTANA BILLINGS 2015 109,997 243 4 33 41 165 2,404 299 1,691 414 6
2016 270 0 33 49 188 2,537 319 1,906 312 10
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2015 276,585 471 0 83 104 284 4,226 625 3,432 169 38
2016 473 8 101 90 274 4,104 597 3,324 183
OMAHA5 2015 452,252 1,213 26 100 329 758 7,704 1,079 5,512 1,113 37
2016 1,141 12 118 248 763 8,166 922 5,820 1,424 32
NEVADA HENDERSON 2015 282,554 224 2 45 84 93 2,698 688 1,744 266 7
2016 305 3 48 106 148 2,828 663 1,851 314 8
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT 2015 1,562,134 6,798 54 555 2,326 3,863 22,760 7,244 11,959 3,557 80
2016 7,277 83 735 2,537 3,922 22,234 6,115 11,881 4,238 49
NORTH LAS VEGAS 2015 234,386 995 5 45 223 722 2,614 897 1,282 435 7
2016 1,122 11 46 243 822 2,543 789 1,151 603 9
RENO 2015 239,721 618 9 67 145 397 3,573 662 2,460 451 9
2016 809 4 72 190 543 3,820 599 2,693 528 8
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2015 110,661 323 2 37 112 172 2,099 359 1,640 100 13
2016 364 1 39 102 222 1,565 240 1,261 64 16
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2015 102,281 46 0 1 21 24 570 103 427 40 7
2016 49 0 3 16 30 528 71 421 36 1
ELIZABETH 2015 129,364 484 8 23 242 211 1,744 325 1,038 381 6
2016 511 3 22 235 251 1,976 394 1,141 441 1
JERSEY CITY 2015 265,159 636 8 51 253 324 1,898 390 1,237 271 35
2016 598 11 33 258 296 1,986 479 1,257 250 23
PATERSON 2015 146,588 465 7 18 206 234 1,853 616 905 332 4
2016 547 7 28 263 249 1,498 464 727 307 5
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP 2015 100,950 46 0 0 22 24 722 103 570 49 1
2016 51 0 4 24 23 802 102 643 57 2
NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE 2015 559,721 2,691 23 199 861 1,608 15,853 2,903 10,755 2,195 46
2016 2,897 32 193 847 1,825 17,888 2,992 11,575 3,321
LAS CRUCES 2015 102,227 124 2 15 33 74 2,434 358 1,957 119 3
2016 126 2 16 19 89 2,351 377 1,848 126 1
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2015 120,207 55 0 7 19 29 811 81 707 23 6
2016 45 1 3 15 26 953 79 857 17 2
BUFFALO 2015 258,096 1,291 12 81 457 741 4,904 1,040 3,379 485 70
2016 1,358 19 88 468 783 4,803 1,184 3,227 392 108
NEW YORK 2015 8,550,861 23,225 164 1,081 7,599 14,381 60,298 6,410 50,526 3,362
2016 23,543 159 1,184 7,366 14,834 59,928 5,809 51,171 2,948
ROCHESTER 2015 209,922 852 19 65 287 481 3,576 696 2,503 377 44
2016 879 16 72 291 500 3,583 677 2,572 334 48
SYRACUSE 2015 144,027 530 10 34 191 295 2,361 530 1,690 141 19
2016 502 13 31 149 309 2,209 469 1,576 164 24
YONKERS 2015 201,753 447 3 23 161 260 960 194 625 141 6
2016 464 4 21 206 233 988 181 712 95 9
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2015 160,291 31 2 4 9 16 919 169 718 32 2
2016 67 0 9 24 34 852 126 699 27 4
FAYETTEVILLE 2015 204,731 453 13 26 162 252 3,907 871 2,870 166 21
2016 659 17 46 147 449 4,598 892 3,520 186 28
GREENSBORO 2015 285,950 739 11 35 217 476 4,812 1,068 3,505 239 52
2016 898 7 41 252 598 4,770 1,029 3,441 300 56
HIGH POINT 2015 109,669 309 2 18 99 190 1,683 333 1,230 120 6
2016 318 2 16 74 226 1,896 346 1,463 87 5
WILMINGTON 2015 115,434 389 4 29 127 229 2,441 627 1,655 159 4
2016 409 5 22 114 268 2,348 659 1,565 124 4
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2015 118,490 177 3 29 21 124 1,545 321 1,107 117 4
2016 215 1 39 30 145 1,737 251 1,352 134 9
OHIO AKRON 2015 197,587 615 12 86 203 314 3,967 1,147 2,518 302 38
2016 531 16 99 181 235 3,210 979 1,982 249 43
CINCINNATI 2015 298,478 1,340 38 129 607 566 7,793 2,006 5,275 512 223
2016 1,268 32 128 570 538 7,064 1,843 4,716 505
COLUMBUS 2015 847,745 2,338 39 409 1,100 790 15,851 3,403 10,908 1,540 174
2016 2,124 40 395 1,018 671 16,668 3,537 11,572 1,559 190
DAYTON 2015 140,683 663 10 75 235 343 3,254 1,110 1,857 287 53
2016 573 9 44 202 318 3,354 977 2,030 347 7
  • 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 revised UCR definition. However, at some point during the calendar year, the agency modified its reporting methods and reverted back to classifying and submitting rape offenses according to the legacy UCR definition of rape. See the data declaration for further explanation.

Data Declaration

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