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

Table 4

January to June 2016–2017

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape2 Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson3
MONTANA BILLINGS 2016 111,447 275 0 36 49 190 2,563 324 1,923 316 10
2017 277 0 40 39 198 2,824 338 2,092 394 9
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2016 281,138 473 8 101 90 274 4,104 597 3,324 183
2017 486 0 111 91 284 3,724 537 3,049 138 22
OMAHA4 2016 446,163 12 248 792 8,093 922 5,747 1,424 32
2017 1,403 15 196 260 932 8,348 1,015 5,796 1,537
NEVADA LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT 2016 1,592,178 7,174 83 632 2,537 3,922 22,234 6,115 11,881 4,238 49
2017 4,906 70 629 1,660 2,547 22,888 6,269 12,692 3,927
RENO 2016 244,554 809 4 72 190 543 3,820 599 2,693 528 8
2017 798 9 61 176 552 3,528 666 2,154 708 7
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2016 110,353 368 1 40 104 223 1,576 240 1,265 71 16
2017 347 1 44 83 219 1,425 218 1,111 96 12
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2016 102,679 49 0 3 16 30 528 71 421 36 1
2017 59 0 3 28 28 608 97 454 57 4
ELIZABETH 2016 129,096 511 3 22 235 251 1,976 394 1,141 441 1
2017 480 2 19 235 224 2,030 308 1,330 392 5
LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP 2016 100,269 95 2 10 22 61 409 82 310 17 4
2017 51 1 1 20 29 426 114 293 19 2
NEWARK 2016 281,450 1,154 49 44 570 491 2,879 496 1,410 973 21
2017 1,205 31 51 495 628 3,020 570 1,414 1,036 29
PATERSON 2016 147,265 547 7 28 263 249 1,498 464 727 307 5
2017 484 14 18 228 224 1,750 550 828 372 8
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP 2016 102,124 51 0 4 24 23 802 102 643 57 2
2017 48 1 4 27 16 727 111 567 49 1
NEW MEXICO LAS CRUCES5 2016 102,349 2 19 89 2,351 377 1,848 126 1
2017 6 36 51 2,279 439 1,703 137
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2016 120,436 45 1 3 15 26 953 79 857 17 2
2017 63 0 5 23 35 915 70 826 19 2
BUFFALO 2016 257,446 1,358 19 88 468 783 4,803 1,184 3,227 392 108
2017 1,209 25 72 412 700 4,435 987 3,102 346 90
NEW YORK 2016 8,566,917 23,546 162 1,184 7,366 14,834 59,928 5,809 51,171 2,948
2017 22,369 127 1,126 6,607 14,509 57,559 5,298 49,712 2,549
ROCHESTER 2016 209,643 879 16 72 291 500 3,583 677 2,572 334 48
2017 899 8 64 350 477 3,740 617 2,812 311 49
SYRACUSE 2016 143,925 503 14 31 149 309 2,209 469 1,576 164 24
2017 499 9 52 141 297 2,129 498 1,464 167 28
YONKERS 2016 202,075 463 4 21 206 232 988 181 712 95 9
2017 405 4 17 118 266 940 168 688 84 8
NORTH CAROLINA5 CARY 2016 164,835 0 24 33 852 126 699 27 4
2017 0 26 31 828 131 672 25 7
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2016 896,379 22 912 2,078 17,369 3,175 13,031 1,163 99
2017 45 978 1,982 16,267 3,243 11,770 1,254 101
DURHAM 2016 263,716 15 355 538 4,029 1,057 2,664 308 8
2017 12 429 632 4,923 1,159 3,394 370 21
FAYETTEVILLE 2016 202,200 17 147 449 4,597 892 3,519 186 28
2017 10 122 504 4,423 991 3,208 224 24
GREENSBORO 2016 288,618 8 251 592 4,772 1,029 3,443 300 56
2017 21 321 635 4,795 999 3,442 354 60
HIGH POINT 2016 111,435 2 74 226 1,896 346 1,463 87 5
2017 11 86 277 2,000 410 1,459 131 4
WILMINGTON 2016 117,852 5 114 267 2,347 659 1,564 124 4
2017 11 91 226 2,013 459 1,439 115 3
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2016 121,217 214 2 39 30 143 1,749 254 1,360 135 9
2017 213 1 46 29 137 1,797 214 1,440 143 5
OHIO AKRON 2016 197,257 628 20 124 198 286 4,100 1,145 2,649 306 47
2017 622 23 107 193 299 3,879 1,050 2,455 374 66
CINCINNATI 2016 298,880 1,289 32 141 572 544 7,155 1,856 4,788 511 220
2017 1,321 32 133 596 560 7,244 1,780 4,759 705
CLEVELAND 2016 386,227 2,879 47 228 1,280 1,324 9,580 2,658 4,922 2,000 158
2017 2,672 46 217 1,331 1,078 8,945 2,881 4,396 1,668 140
COLUMBUS 2016 862,515 2,253 41 465 1,050 697 16,871 3,580 11,716 1,575 190
2017 2,053 57 382 906 708 16,137 3,407 10,903 1,827 176
DAYTON 2016 140,260 628 14 56 215 343 3,457 1,009 2,084 364 42
2017 571 14 74 188 295 2,845 837 1,737 271 22
TOLEDO6, 7 2016 278,366 1,634 10 167 381 1,076 5,623 1,688 3,586 349
2017 1,632 17 85 374 1,156 5,216 1,451 3,398 367
  • 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.
  • 6 Because of changes in the local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 7 Arson offenses are reported by the Toledo Fire Department, not included in this report.

Data Declaration

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