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

Table 4

January to June 2016–2017

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Oklahoma through Wisconsin

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Rape2 Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson
OKLAHOMA BROKEN ARROW 2016 108,088 73 1 11 21 40 1,016 166 783 67 3
2017 67 0 12 18 37 1,225 201 892 132 0
NORMAN 2016 122,143 183 1 40 36 106 2,000 364 1,422 214 3
2017 166 4 38 23 101 1,620 272 1,227 121 1
OKLAHOMA CITY 2016 641,681 2,462 30 227 547 1,658 12,436 2,649 8,381 1,406 47
2017 2,438 33 242 512 1,651 11,953 2,993 7,631 1,329 45
TULSA 2016 405,748 2,064 28 226 455 1,355 11,532 2,681 7,179 1,672 92
2017 2,065 37 193 476 1,359 11,061 2,674 6,596 1,791 72
OREGON EUGENE 2016 164,883 296 2 50 59 185 2,973 470 2,188 315 29
2017 320 2 52 82 184 3,055 589 2,222 244 23
GRESHAM 2016 111,491 224 2 41 55 126 1,441 219 906 316 11
2017 197 4 36 45 112 1,911 226 1,115 570 9
PORTLAND 2016 642,129 1,588 5 208 476 899 15,868 1,906 11,895 2,067 81
2017 1,575 9 203 499 864 18,050 2,145 12,331 3,574 131
SALEM 2016 166,508 251 4 21 61 165 3,242 406 2,539 297 13
2017 272 4 13 66 189 3,684 429 2,789 466 16
PENNSYLVANIA ALLENTOWN 2016 120,615 257 6 23 122 106 1,547 331 1,083 133 11
2017 295 5 38 132 120 1,509 286 1,094 129 7
PHILADELPHIA 2016 1,570,826 7,374 122 634 2,896 3,722 22,948 3,263 17,069 2,616 197
2017 7,357 156 585 2,878 3,738 22,766 3,130 17,141 2,495 211
RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE3 2016 179,340 490 2 58 147 283 473 1,912 9
2017 436 3 55 128 250 445 1,940 9
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON 2016 135,153 198 6 18 51 123 1,534 167 1,244 123 3
2017 185 1 30 46 108 1,464 213 1,142 109 8
COLUMBIA 2016 134,489 551 5 50 141 355 3,570 540 2,640 390 5
2017 337 5 35 114 183 2,784 382 2,106 296 9
NORTH CHARLESTON 2016 110,490 444 15 45 136 248 3,056 432 2,305 319 9
2017 476 19 33 145 279 2,854 377 2,176 301 9
SOUTH DAKOTA SIOUX FALLS 2016 175,152 457 4 65 57 331 2,680 413 1,957 310 24
2017 393 3 58 55 277 2,325 332 1,768 225 24
TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA 2016 177,801 860 13 56 139 652 4,869 774 3,597 498 13
2017 947 13 67 161 706 4,936 710 3,631 595 5
CLARKSVILLE 2016 152,526 474 6 33 54 381 1,816 308 1,435 73 1
2017 493 4 43 57 389 2,059 361 1,598 100 5
KNOXVILLE 2016 186,583 839 7 81 200 551 5,027 846 3,794 387 9
2017 861 17 66 197 581 5,014 799 3,717 498 7
MEMPHIS 2016 656,434 5,775 98 249 1,536 3,892 16,894 4,358 11,196 1,340 181
2017 6,391 87 271 1,556 4,477 18,888 4,528 12,520 1,840 188
MURFREESBORO 2016 129,730 360 2 28 75 255 1,858 343 1,428 87 4
2017 387 3 33 66 285 2,062 238 1,735 89 2
NASHVILLE 2016 668,685 3,596 34 249 864 2,449 12,022 2,302 8,995 725 38
2017 3,754 54 219 1,002 2,479 12,181 1,979 8,896 1,306 36
UTAH SALT LAKE CITY 2016 193,918 900 4 135 263 498 8,295 898 6,429 968 16
2017 816 1 130 262 423 7,714 918 5,908 888 7
WEST JORDAN 2016 113,595 146 0 21 25 100 1,769 185 1,404 180 3
2017 121 1 13 23 84 1,727 155 1,366 206 3
WEST VALLEY 2016 137,558 370 4 54 89 223 3,156 427 2,097 632 5
2017 401 5 91 82 223 2,963 463 1,860 640 10
VIRGINIA CHESAPEAKE 2016 236,570 423 8 38 92 285 2,973 321 2,488 164 11
2017 453 7 43 94 309 2,580 318 2,151 111 8
HAMPTON 2016 135,504 172 8 17 75 72 2,035 247 1,660 128 6
2017 188 5 12 77 94 2,007 260 1,629 118 13
NEWPORT NEWS 2016 181,676 384 11 42 126 205 2,589 411 1,909 269 24
2017 421 8 42 114 257 2,517 408 1,889 220 20
NORFOLK 2016 245,734 790 26 68 230 466 4,562 582 3,721 259 11
2017 640 17 52 178 393 4,139 544 3,348 247 5
VIRGINIA BEACH 2016 453,017 350 8 73 132 137 4,842 430 4,156 256 35
2017 343 10 58 142 133 4,173 407 3,569 197 28
WASHINGTON BELLEVUE 2016 142,238 77 0 6 38 33 2,180 334 1,698 148 10
2017 74 0 12 28 34 2,207 313 1,747 147 8
EVERETT 2016 108,988 262 1 32 75 154 2,997 468 2,007 522 8
2017 265 2 26 74 163 2,326 433 1,455 438 7
KENT 2016 128,604 163 0 30 74 59 3,637 553 2,405 679 6
2017 226 3 35 84 104 3,377 409 2,327 641 10
RENTON 2016 101,908 150 4 18 60 68 2,954 454 1,894 606 20
2017 169 3 16 56 94 2,614 325 1,895 394 6
SEATTLE 2016 700,313 2,078 11 131 766 1,170 19,348 3,953 13,402 1,993 52
2017 2,183 9 142 745 1,287 18,576 3,811 13,112 1,653 79
TACOMA 2016 209,914 1,032 5 83 286 658 6,853 1,238 4,371 1,244 48
2017 760 4 69 183 504 5,882 1,048 3,758 1,076 32
VANCOUVER 2016 174,912 328 0 71 69 188 2,823 442 1,876 505 24
2017 304 6 68 61 169 2,640 364 1,757 519 24
WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 2016 105,452 262 1 45 30 186 1,014 177 808 29 4
2017 201 0 33 26 142 902 138 733 31 7
KENOSHA4 2016 99,954 0 58 113 1,042 206 795 41 3
2017 176 4 28 51 93 891 165 680 46 3
MADISON 2016 252,136 398 6 59 105 228 3,253 440 2,651 162 8
2017 483 16 37 108 322 3,229 434 2,637 158 4
MILWAUKEE 2016 600,193 4,485 55 252 1,545 2,633 11,506 2,385 6,140 2,981 120
2017 4,539 55 232 1,334 2,918 10,595 2,696 5,400 2,499 135
  • 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 determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this report.
  • 4 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.