Table 4

January to June 2015–2016

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Oklahoma through Wisconsin

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
OKLAHOMA BROKEN ARROW 2015 106,145 74 0 21 19 34 897 168 649 80 2
2016 73 1 11 21 40 1,016 166 783 67 3
OKLAHOMA CITY 2015 630,621 2,399 30 242 544 1,583 11,795 2,796 7,554 1,445 47
2016 2,462 30 227 547 1,658 12,436 2,649 8,381 1,406 47
TULSA 2015 401,520 1,658 27 160 410 1,061 9,445 2,473 5,811 1,161 80
2016 2,064 28 226 455 1,355 11,532 2,681 7,179 1,672 92
OREGON EUGENE 2015 161,608 251 0 41 77 133 2,988 524 2,237 227 20
2016 285 2 42 58 183 2,941 468 2,163 310 29
SALEM 2015 163,320 252 2 20 50 180 3,339 339 2,673 327 13
2016 238 4 17 61 156 3,339 533 2,510 296 13
PENNSYLVANIA ALLENTOWN 2015 119,335 231 4 24 113 90 1,389 282 1,019 88 11
2016 257 6 23 122 106 1,547 331 1,083 133 11
ERIE 2015 98,887 218 3 25 59 131 1,207 292 856 59 14
2016 176 6 18 58 94 959 223 697 39 19
PHILADELPHIA 2015 1,567,810 7,648 115 679 3,113 3,741 23,292 3,936 16,915 2,441 152
2016 7,374 122 634 2,896 3,722 22,948 3,263 17,069 2,616 197
PITTSBURGH 2015 306,870 996 21 37 396 542 4,437 981 3,178 278 79
2016 1,115 29 51 438 597 4,487 716 3,358 413 76
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON 2015 132,585 175 13 22 42 98 1,505 226 1,164 115 1
2016 200 6 18 51 125 1,524 166 1,237 121 3
COLUMBIA 2015 132,495 544 4 44 125 371 3,323 522 2,466 335 9
2016 373 5 38 120 210 3,411 496 2,546 369 5
NORTH CHARLESTON 2015 109,051 380 4 53 102 221 2,608 363 2,013 232 5
2016 435 15 40 136 244 2,961 425 2,228 308 9
SOUTH DAKOTA SIOUX FALLS 2015 172,313 351 1 63 21 266 2,561 467 1,933 161 17
2016 460 2 70 57 331 2,664 412 1,944 308 24
TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA 2015 174,969 795 11 40 124 620 5,251 899 3,910 442 8
2016 873 12 57 154 650 4,787 777 3,532 478 13
CLARKSVILLE 2015 150,319 417 6 32 39 340 1,900 320 1,505 75 9
2016 481 6 43 52 380 1,799 307 1,421 71 1
KNOXVILLE 2015 185,638 894 10 106 208 570 5,469 868 4,212 389 8
2016 832 7 78 199 548 4,854 810 3,676 368 9
MEMPHIS 2015 657,936 5,515 51 250 1,401 3,813 17,509 4,735 11,576 1,198 134
2016 5,733 88 229 1,537 3,879 16,833 4,348 11,152 1,333 181
MURFREESBORO 2015 123,994 317 3 33 72 209 1,960 442 1,442 76 6
2016 359 2 25 74 258 1,830 335 1,411 84 4
NASHVILLE 2015 658,029 3,365 30 266 779 2,290 11,505 2,290 8,541 674 22
2016 3,398 35 216 799 2,348 11,480 2,232 8,545 703 36
TEXAS ABILENE 2015 121,764 336 6 38 64 228 2,805 609 2,003 193 12
2016 279 6 32 56 185 2,242 468 1,650 124 8
AMARILLO 2015 198,770 631 4 94 137 396 4,400 898 3,127 375 14
2016 680 6 85 136 453 4,526 899 3,191 436 16
AUSTIN 2015 938,728 1,697 9 266 445 977 17,404 2,464 13,704 1,236 34
2016 1,958 12 339 511 1,096 16,933 2,659 13,146 1,128 41
BEAUMONT 2015 117,635 572 11 45 162 354 2,250 570 1,582 98 18
2016 649 7 44 191 407 2,466 765 1,561 140 25
BROWNSVILLE 2015 184,941 239 1 24 76 138 3,700 501 3,124 75 9
2016 234 2 28 66 138 3,057 463 2,511 83 4
CARROLLTON5 2015 130,676 75 1 3 28 43 1,380 229 1,024 127 2
2016 116 2 23 32 59 1,358 245 983 130 2
COLLEGE STATION 2015 105,855 109 2 31 20 56 1,119 182 894 43 0
2016 118 0 27 27 64 1,081 161 861 59 1
CORPUS CHRISTI 2015 324,326 1,039 12 155 205 667 5,339 945 4,133 261 28
2016 1,090 11 135 195 749 5,703 1,044 4,317 342 24
DALLAS 2015 1,301,977 4,341 68 405 2,008 1,860 21,508 5,095 12,778 3,635 196
2016 4,772 81 381 2,150 2,160 22,059 5,401 13,049 3,609 184
DENTON 2015 131,194 151 2 46 33 70 1,407 174 1,157 76 0
2016 158 3 46 26 83 1,424 265 1,096 63 0
EL PASO 2015 686,077 1,204 8 153 192 851 6,240 646 5,233 361 38
2016 1,337 6 152 222 957 5,950 705 4,825 420 24
FORT WORTH 2015 829,731 2,190 27 291 481 1,391 14,926 2,878 10,910 1,138 61
2016 2,217 36 225 587 1,369 13,909 2,473 10,284 1,152 62
FRISCO 2015 152,678 58 1 17 15 25 1,157 188 945 24 1
2016 65 0 10 16 39 1,176 137 1,012 27 5
GARLAND 2015 237,593 344 4 62 159 119 3,606 621 2,606 379 20
2016 367 1 54 176 136 3,681 720 2,538 423 13
GRAND PRAIRIE 2015 187,901 237 1 38 61 137 1,965 350 1,384 231 11
2016 306 5 65 94 142 2,217 350 1,634 233 6
HOUSTON 2015 2,275,221 10,216 144 374 4,777 4,921 48,909 9,597 32,644 6,668 332
2016 11,578 158 600 4,763 6,057 49,299 8,995 33,924 6,380 364
IRVING 2015 236,465 216 6 15 83 112 2,914 507 2,132 275 10
2016 258 2 13 115 128 3,191 633 2,250 308 15
KILLEEN 2015 140,497 400 10 74 70 246 1,793 441 1,255 97 12
2016 445 5 67 91 282 1,797 563 1,085 149 16
LAREDO 2015 256,280 491 4 64 69 354 4,291 532 3,599 160 43
2016 493 7 74 88 324 4,126 570 3,445 111 28
LEWISVILLE 2015 104,741 108 1 23 24 60 1,136 161 869 106 2
2016 91 0 21 20 50 1,334 206 984 144 4
LUBBOCK 2015 247,271 1,104 8 90 167 839 5,785 1,231 4,138 416 19
2016 1,306 3 74 209 1,020 5,918 1,302 4,186 430 25
MCALLEN 2015 140,593 71 2 7 22 40 2,277 240 1,984 53 3
2016 96 1 23 31 41 2,227 154 2,029 44 6
MCKINNEY 2015 163,406 141 2 25 27 87 1,260 139 1,064 57 5
2016 117 4 24 30 59 1,102 151 879 72 7
MESQUITE 2015 145,569 214 3 22 98 91 2,876 553 1,910 413 2
2016 287 0 32 117 138 2,756 488 1,903 365 7
MIDLAND 2015 132,625 222 5 20 27 170 1,718 347 1,291 80 3
2016 247 3 15 49 180 1,785 300 1,400 85 6
ODESSA 2015 118,606 589 6 32 79 472 2,270 383 1,618 269 13
2016 490 3 39 59 389 2,250 447 1,585 218 12
PASADENA 2015 154,986 292 1 38 81 172 2,203 351 1,540 312 25
2016 328 2 49 102 175 1,949 308 1,426 215 13
PEARLAND 2015 106,850 81 1 27 19 34 1,103 177 889 37 2
2016 92 0 11 32 49 961 139 765 57 4
PLANO 2015 282,968 213 2 46 64 101 2,397 354 1,929 114 9
2016 178 5 30 52 91 2,758 485 2,073 200 9
RICHARDSON 2015 111,008 76 0 13 26 37 1,092 192 825 75 1
2016 91 2 10 39 40 1,201 177 920 104 0
ROUND ROCK 2015 115,955 71 1 15 18 37 1,062 98 943 21 2
2016 85 0 14 18 53 1,363 159 1,163 41 6
SAN ANTONIO 2015 1,463,586 4,005 51 509 915 2,530 35,261 5,576 26,572 3,113 119
2016 5,111 70 572 1,051 3,418 36,630 5,449 28,000 3,181 119
TYLER 2015 102,481 212 3 27 38 144 1,899 322 1,492 85 0
2016 206 1 33 52 120 2,002 305 1,621 76 1
WACO 2015 131,413 394 14 34 67 279 2,497 563 1,870 64 42
2016 346 2 60 74 210 2,351 535 1,757 59 7
WICHITA FALLS 2015 105,186 200 1 48 54 97 2,057 456 1,526 75 0
2016 245 3 64 75 103 1,775 388 1,248 139 0
UTAH PROVO 2015 115,294 81 0 35 10 36 1,095 100 924 71 1
2016 82 0 30 12 40 1,449 156 1,197 96 2
VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA 2015 152,710 131 0 11 53 67 1,350 113 1,133 104 1
2016 137 3 12 61 61 1,306 85 1,089 132 5
CHESAPEAKE 2015 235,273 488 6 31 81 370 2,810 463 2,185 162 14
2016 416 7 37 95 277 2,979 318 2,491 170 11
HAMPTON 2015 136,381 155 7 16 71 61 1,989 289 1,555 145 14
2016 174 10 19 73 72 2,012 245 1,637 130 6
NEWPORT NEWS 2015 182,975 344 17 35 98 194 2,522 438 1,918 166 25
2016 377 11 38 126 202 2,570 410 1,895 265 25
NORFOLK 2015 245,400 629 7 58 202 362 4,141 522 3,473 146 13
2016 766 27 66 217 456 4,438 557 3,650 231 11
RICHMOND 2015 220,802 553 16 32 236 269 3,645 682 2,640 323 32
2016 504 24 29 221 230 3,065 553 2,177 335 20
VIRGINIA BEACH 2015 452,797 316 12 52 128 124 4,625 505 3,931 189 49
2016 344 8 69 133 134 4,798 428 4,113 257 36
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE 2015 138,532 54 2 9 22 21 2,089 319 1,648 122 8
2016 75 0 6 36 33 2,165 333 1,679 153 10
EVERETT6 2015 107,633 191 4 19 65 103 3,040 477 2,156 407 20
2016 258 1 30 75 152 2,958 464 1,984 510 8
KENT 2015 127,259 156 3 28 63 62 2,872 432 1,973 467 12
2016 162 0 31 74 57 3,669 595 2,397 677 6
RENTON 2015 100,015 135 0 24 50 61 2,680 559 1,725 396 2
2016 148 3 18 60 67 2,921 454 1,861 606 20
SEATTLE 2015 683,700 2,000 9 67 782 1,142 18,074 3,629 12,445 2,000 36
2016 2,058 15 129 757 1,157 19,148 3,921 13,294 1,933 53
SPOKANE 2015 212,698 549 5 55 170 319 7,585 1,397 5,367 821 24
2016 564 4 68 153 339 8,000 1,303 5,758 939 18
TACOMA 2015 206,884 760 4 67 229 460 6,182 1,188 4,061 933 26
2016 1,010 5 69 285 651 6,795 1,233 4,329 1,233 48
VANCOUVER 2015 171,076 356 1 60 60 235 2,671 435 1,875 361 27
2016 319 0 64 69 186 2,868 508 1,859 501 24
WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 2015 105,119 216 1 27 25 163 1,035 183 807 45 6
2016 244 1 30 30 183 954 159 768 27 4
KENOSHA 2015 100,038 126 1 26 50 49 920 152 714 54 2
2016 141 0 12 58 71 1,042 206 795 41 3
MADISON 2015 248,833 432 3 57 106 266 3,170 548 2,520 102 4
2016 395 6 56 99 234 3,187 434 2,593 160 8
MILWAUKEE 2015 600,400 4,302 73 189 1,674 2,366 11,680 2,587 6,072 3,021 113
2016 4,427 53 248 1,531 2,595 11,359 2,358 6,026 2,975 118
  • 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's previous year rape data are shown under the legacy definition because the agency did not actually begin submitting revised rape until 2016.
  • 6 Because of changes in the local agency's reporting practices, 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.