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

Table 4

January to June 2016–2017

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Illinois through Missouri

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape2 Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson3
ILLINOIS AURORA 2016 201,159 314 2 28 56 228 1,215 207 945 63 13
2017 259 4 30 48 177 1,195 185 923 87 10
CHICAGO 2016 2,725,153 13,810 323 819 5,164 7,504 39,442 6,198 28,077 5,167 284
2017 14,007 328 808 5,385 7,486 41,298 6,262 29,423 5,613 262
ELGIN 2016 112,886 119 0 16 34 69 679 85 563 31 10
2017 117 0 16 25 76 720 101 581 38 2
JOLIET 2016 147,886 247 2 28 58 159 1,384 282 1,047 55 24
2017 281 5 33 75 168 1,227 230 933 64 43
NAPERVILLE 2016 148,070 38 0 4 14 20 725 71 636 18 2
2017 65 1 14 15 35 732 60 652 20 6
PEORIA 2016 115,099 378 6 34 121 217 1,992 468 1,449 75 36
2017 429 6 31 140 252 2,171 518 1,536 117 18
ROCKFORD 2016 147,363 1,250 11 72 264 903 2,717 601 1,893 223 30
2017 1,149 9 52 208 880 2,397 640 1,564 193 12
SPRINGFIELD 2016 116,563 600 3 53 95 449 2,378 512 1,769 97 15
2017 643 5 42 116 480 2,396 550 1,696 150 20
INDIANA EVANSVILLE 2016 119,908 359 5 44 98 212 2,898 468 2,240 190
2017 451 4 30 86 331 2,899 425 2,268 206 16
FORT WAYNE 2016 261,642 450 16 47 161 226 3,976 768 3,062 146 28
2017 462 12 57 151 242 4,191 611 3,343 237 40
SOUTH BEND 2016 101,621 465 6 43 136 280 2,201 485 1,517 199 18
2017 468 9 47 163 249 2,492 629 1,630 233 24
KANSAS OLATHE 2016 135,977 111 1 23 15 72 986 80 821 85 1
2017 129 1 44 18 66 931 74 792 65 2
OVERLAND PARK 2016 189,104 188 1 69 20 98 1,376 235 1,000 141 8
2017 199 3 50 32 114 1,475 160 1,185 130 2
TOPEKA 2016 127,166 304 8 27 100 169 3,302 512 2,439 351 1
2017 371 15 25 112 219 3,124 467 2,280 377 5
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 2016 317,853 511 12 89 276 134 6,136 1,085 4,545 506 23
2017 544 9 91 281 163 5,884 1,113 4,150 621 22
LOUISVILLE METRO4 2016 683,825 2,261 54 89 746 1,372 14,552 2,829 9,696 2,027 6
2017 2,170 73 73 655 1,369 13,473 2,793 8,796 1,884 2
LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE 2016 228,389 979 15 53 348 563 4,708 1,058 3,381 269 65
2017 1,205 33 47 448 677 6,120 1,308 4,317 495 79
LAFAYETTE 2016 128,923 333 5 12 83 233 3,156 533 2,447 176 11
2017 357 9 8 94 246 3,116 523 2,431 162 14
NEW ORLEANS 2016 397,208 2,041 67 299 685 990 7,586 1,277 5,131 1,178 34
2017 2,229 96 263 681 1,189 8,539 1,178 6,094 1,267 22
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2016 618,385 5,176 137 150 2,340 2,549 13,822 3,462 7,844 2,516 137
2017 6,095 170 176 2,780 2,969 14,462 3,808 8,033 2,621 149
MASSACHUSETTS CAMBRIDGE 2016 111,030 159 2 12 38 107 1,177 184 925 68 4
2017 148 0 9 38 101 906 136 727 43 1
LOWELL 2016 111,027 223 0 8 55 160 986 187 668 131 8
2017 136 1 3 64 68 1,132 221 683 228 5
SPRINGFIELD 2016 154,102 774 5 43 248 478 2,463 739 1,431 293 16
2017 621 8 40 167 406 2,189 582 1,401 206 25
WORCESTER 2016 184,595 787 3 37 179 568 2,720 747 1,710 263 3
2017 677 2 17 143 515 1,873 400 1,274 199 2
MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR 2016 117,688 100 0 27 20 53 935 126 764 45 3
2017 126 0 26 29 71 873 110 715 48 2
CLINTON TOWNSHIP 2016 100,514 145 2 28 17 98 797 142 595 60 4
2017 176 2 26 20 128 741 143 521 77 5
GRAND RAPIDS 2016 196,538 649 4 76 140 429 2,032 384 1,527 121 28
2017 661 7 62 158 434 1,762 334 1,275 153 28
LANSING 2016 115,199 687 5 63 109 510 1,448 379 898 171 4
2017 601 8 44 106 443 1,543 388 990 165 17
STERLING HEIGHTS 2016 132,523 118 0 20 10 88 754 89 616 49 3
2017 125 1 20 7 97 705 76 573 56 3
WARREN 2016 135,620 355 3 76 56 220 1,659 427 1,018 214 17
2017 339 4 47 52 236 1,389 306 857 226 13
MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS 2016 416,751 2,114 10 213 799 1,092 7,607 1,381 5,347 879 38
2017 2,237 16 259 870 1,092 9,169 1,707 6,330 1,132 50
ROCHESTER 2016 113,306 127 0 35 30 62 1,190 174 972 44 0
2017 80 0 18 11 51 944 149 759 36 1
ST. PAUL 2016 303,920 1,000 9 100 341 550 4,360 900 2,695 765 36
2017 1,020 14 112 352 542 5,238 1,167 3,141 930 72
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON5 2016 170,070 27 297 311 3,875 922 2,515 438 55
2017 29 306 278 3,492 878 2,269 345 30
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2016 121,143 244 2 40 61 141 1,546 275 1,183 88 6
2017 370 4 60 61 245 1,617 238 1,262 117 6
INDEPENDENCE 2016 117,335 304 2 29 61 212 2,989 444 2,172 373 7
2017 345 3 17 80 245 3,124 342 2,212 570 0
KANSAS CITY 2016 478,364 3,740 51 199 871 2,619 9,400 2,109 5,595 1,696 89
2017 4,111 66 195 890 2,960 10,101 2,164 5,963 1,974 107
SPRINGFIELD 2016 168,307 1,144 5 153 213 773 6,283 1,060 4,639 584 31
2017 1,096 6 179 178 733 7,522 1,152 5,386 984 47
ST. LOUIS 2016 314,507 2,784 88 141 811 1,744 8,522 1,605 5,587 1,330 135
2017 2,878 92 126 770 1,890 8,689 1,443 6,031 1,215 91
  • 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 Arson offenses are also reported by the Louisville Fire Department, not included in this report.
  • 5 This agency/state submits rape data classified according to the legacy UCR definition; therefore the rape offense and violent crime total, which rape is a part of, is not included in this report for both years. See the data declaration for further explanation.

Data Declaration

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