Home Crime in the U.S. 2017 Preliminary Report Tables Table 4 State Cuts Colorado through Hawaii

Table 4

January to June 2016–2017

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Colorado through Hawaii

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape2 Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson3
COLORADO AURORA 2016 366,477 929 7 143 287 492 5,514 814 3,951 749 29
2017 993 8 116 342 527 5,274 800 3,534 940 30
CENTENNIAL 2016 111,479 66 1 22 8 35 605 100 455 50 4
2017 84 3 12 9 60 908 152 673 83 6
COLORADO SPRINGS 2016 464,113 1,113 8 239 210 656 7,816 1,194 5,722 900 59
2017 1,280 15 270 221 774 7,085 1,132 4,985 968 58
DENVER 2016 699,259 2,164 19 272 575 1,298 12,442 2,392 7,740 2,310 44
2017 2,374 26 296 541 1,511 11,891 2,007 7,565 2,319 60
FORT COLLINS 2016 164,670 141 1 16 15 109 1,731 191 1,454 86 7
2017 176 1 13 17 145 2,119 239 1,772 108 6
GREELEY 2016 102,491 232 1 45 22 164 1,616 227 1,231 158 12
2017 191 1 27 23 140 1,258 195 922 141 13
LAKEWOOD 2016 154,553 441 3 77 82 279 4,167 503 3,223 441 12
2017 473 3 67 104 299 3,730 434 2,750 546 10
PUEBLO 2016 109,927 545 2 82 109 352 3,484 887 2,167 430 25
2017 538 1 102 94 341 3,243 607 2,108 528 24
CONNECTICUT BRIDGEPORT 2016 148,180 472 2 28 188 254 1,262 292 700 270 4
2017 599 12 27 265 295 1,657 287 1,017 353 8
HARTFORD 2016 123,736 613 10 28 202 373 2,390 363 1,661 366 55
2017 611 13 27 190 381 2,296 341 1,638 317 38
STAMFORD 2016 130,116 155 0 19 53 83 865 123 665 77 1
2017 125 0 5 40 80 935 99 730 106 3
WATERBURY 2016 108,491 268 4 14 111 139 2,057 358 1,398 301 13
2017 239 2 23 123 91 1,864 278 1,193 393 6
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WASHINGTON 2016 681,170 3,905 62 256 1,551 2,036 14,563 1,115 12,121 1,327
2017 3,075 55 227 1,102 1,691 14,370 928 12,230 1,212
FLORIDA CAPE CORAL 2016 179,631 103 4 7 19 73 1,508 307 1,111 90 2
2017 118 3 8 12 95 1,488 290 1,126 72 1
CLEARWATER 2016 113,904 336 1 40 69 226 1,821 260 1,463 98 6
2017 293 2 42 71 178 1,848 249 1,476 123 11
CORAL SPRINGS 2016 131,159 110 0 11 37 62 1,205 104 1,018 83 4
2017 125 0 27 35 63 1,287 112 1,064 111 2
DAVIE 2016 102,692 97 2 13 38 44 1,431 160 1,125 146 3
2017 124 1 13 44 66 1,347 145 1,094 108 9
FORT LAUDERDALE 2016 181,218 584 12 46 225 301 5,366 941 3,983 442 9
2017 523 4 37 214 268 5,246 821 3,978 447 8
GAINESVILLE 2016 131,242 420 3 57 83 277 2,379 307 1,930 142 3
2017 472 2 81 94 295 2,225 229 1,854 142 3
HIALEAH 2016 239,451 336 5 18 82 231 2,812 255 2,255 302 17
2017 232 2 15 77 138 2,673 283 2,042 348 16
HOLLYWOOD 2016 151,510 316 2 25 110 179 2,372 358 1,756 258 2
2017 216 3 13 90 110 2,391 393 1,754 244 4
JACKSONVILLE 2016 880,557 2,758 52 251 703 1,752 15,340 2,758 11,160 1,422 45
2017 2,696 52 257 670 1,717 15,489 2,832 11,251 1,406 52
LAKELAND 2016 105,766 168 1 36 55 76 2,585 321 2,088 176 1
2017 154 1 35 39 79 1,917 268 1,540 109 0
MIAMI 2016 449,469 1,953 27 44 671 1,211 9,473 1,282 7,305 886 28
2017 1,665 26 41 510 1,088 9,265 1,187 7,044 1,034 33
MIAMI GARDENS 2016 114,349 376 11 7 135 223 1,820 297 1,316 207 12
2017 448 11 8 108 321 1,727 214 1,314 199 6
MIRAMAR 2016 140,288 233 2 12 63 156 1,480 164 1,183 133 4
2017 225 2 14 51 158 1,103 167 817 119 2
ORLANDO4 2016 277,719 1,194 65 85 240 804 7,600 1,421 5,609 570 11
2017 1,000 13 85 279 623 7,906 1,272 5,904 730 13
PALM BAY 2016 108,823 251 2 30 25 194 783 192 536 55 5
2017 279 5 23 29 222 1,024 221 723 80 5
PEMBROKE PINES 2016 169,156 187 1 9 51 126 1,823 152 1,548 123 1
2017 179 0 15 46 118 1,891 189 1,529 173 4
POMPANO BEACH 2016 109,362 458 3 44 160 251 2,586 413 1,888 285 2
2017 497 8 32 220 237 2,712 388 1,888 436 5
PORT ST. LUCIE 2016 182,365 139 2 8 27 102 1,167 204 925 38 3
2017 86 0 8 14 64 1,089 178 867 44 1
ST. PETERSBURG 2016 259,510 854 11 59 258 526 5,642 932 4,272 438 22
2017 955 12 62 243 638 6,277 940 4,814 523 59
TALLAHASSEE 2016 191,564 857 4 104 200 549 5,346 1,036 3,777 533 3
2017 891 6 103 203 579 4,637 762 3,507 368 5
TAMPA 2016 375,904 984 12 43 258 671 4,031 761 2,917 353 34
2017 904 20 53 198 633 3,123 590 2,267 266 24
WEST PALM BEACH 2016 108,074 479 3 41 151 284 2,671 439 1,949 283 12
2017 515 15 38 163 299 2,895 451 2,160 284 12
GEORGIA5 ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY 2016 123,934 1 76 170 2,093 425 1,558 110 9
2017 255 2 30 55 168 1,834 335 1,396 103 7
ATLANTA 2016 472,579 56 1,092 1,322 11,522 2,171 7,507 1,844 27
2017 2,165 37 130 669 1,329 10,383 1,602 7,291 1,490 42
COLUMBUS 2016 202,338 9 248 281 4,698 1,056 3,210 432 17
2017 606 9 38 207 352 4,103 999 2,776 328 19
SANDY SPRINGS 2016 107,685 0 27 19 1,295 233 983 79 4
2017 53 0 8 26 19 1,086 194 817 75 2
SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METROPOLITAN 2016 241,296 30 254 262 3,950 789 2,720 441 6
2017 544 23 55 182 284 4,179 626 3,083 470 10
HAWAII HONOLULU 2016 995,572 1,165 9 181 378 597 15,535 1,843 11,477 2,215 139
2017 1,207 15 156 443 593 13,263 1,571 10,043 1,649 170
  • 1 The 2016 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 only the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape. See the data declaration for further explanation.
  • 3 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.
  • 4 The 2016 murder offenses include those victims of the Pulse Nightclub incident; therefore, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 5 This agency/state submitted rape data classified according to the legacy UCR definition in 2016; therefore the 2016 rape offense and violent crime total, which rape is a part of, is not included in this report. See the data declaration for further explanation.

Data Declaration

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