Table 4

January to December 2011

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Colorado through Idaho

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible rape Robbery Aggravated assault Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
COLORADO ARVADA 2010 136 1 30 28 77 2,719 387 2,125 207 14
2011 108,287 162 1 25 34 102 2,545 304 2,052 189 29
AURORA 2010 1,449 24 181 507 737 10,056 2,291 6,875 890 68
2011 330,740 1,452 12 185 504 751 9,913 2,149 6,896 868 87
BOULDER 2010 210 4 33 29 144 2,722 477 2,155 90 56
2011 99,081 276 2 35 36 203 2,494 467 1,904 123 55
CENTENNIAL 2010 160 0 19 26 115 1,456 274 1,122 60 9
2011 102,125 162 0 27 23 112 1,354 325 958 71 20
COLORADO SPRINGS 2010 1,961 20 323 526 1,092 16,793 3,452 12,053 1,288 99
2011 423,680 1,875 28 325 451 1,071 15,922 3,322 11,425 1,175 104
DENVER 2010 3,387 28 371 943 2,045 20,686 4,505 12,951 3,230 130
2011 610,612 3,705 33 393 1,143 2,136 22,515 4,871 14,055 3,589 95
FORT COLLINS 2010 439 0 61 50 328 4,553 643 3,708 202 36
2011 146,494 413 3 56 45 309 4,248 556 3,535 157 15
LAKEWOOD 2010 618 0 96 137 385 5,975 949 4,505 521 18
2011 145,470 614 8 88 132 386 6,178 930 4,761 487 15
PUEBLO3 2010 886 1 33 155 697 4,998 1,623 2,923 452 50
2011 108,452 832 11 40 174 607 5,473 1,584 3,422 467 49
THORNTON3,4 2010 5 42 55 3,625 555 2,766 304 18
2011 120,841 695 0 50 50 595 3,438 513 2,644 281 25
WESTMINSTER 2010 233 1 34 47 151 3,272 533 2,413 326 12
2011 107,962 239 4 34 48 153 2,800 397 2,074 329 13
CONNECTICUT BRIDGEPORT 2010 1,412 22 57 561 772 4,683 1,448 2,377 858 20
2011 144,496 1,447 20 116 610 701 5,607 1,540 3,025 1,042 24
HARTFORD 2010 1,624 26 46 570 982 5,495 1,019 3,639 837 95
2011 125,006 1,639 27 55 602 955 5,502 1,271 3,372 859 91
NEW HAVEN 2010 1,994 23 70 787 1,114 7,250 1,400 4,836 1,014 17
2011 130,019 1,744 34 55 765 890 6,441 1,401 4,100 940 17
STAMFORD 2010 351 2 19 152 178 1,979 349 1,438 192 10
2011 122,870 389 6 32 190 161 1,987 282 1,498 207 4
WATERBURY 2010 366 5 6 176 179 4,646 781 3,441 424 3
2011 110,570 359 7 9 183 160 4,571 818 3,326 427 3
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WASHINGTON 2010 7,468 132 184 3,914 3,238 27,138 4,224 18,050 4,864 49
2011 617,996 6,985 108 172 3,756 2,949 28,312 3,849 20,124 4,339 61
FLORIDA CAPE CORAL 2010 276 3 23 64 186 3,787 1,083 2,595 109 9
2011 156,408 235 3 14 58 160 3,990 1,023 2,855 112 13
CLEARWATER 2010 775 5 35 245 490 4,338 777 3,360 201 12
2011 109,153 801 10 40 182 569 4,129 719 3,252 158 15
CORAL SPRINGS 2010 261 1 8 78 174 2,884 517 2,192 175 4
2011 122,746 236 1 4 90 141 3,035 633 2,238 164 0
FORT LAUDERDALE 2010 1,356 7 73 627 649 9,914 2,841 6,437 636 44
2011 167,777 1,565 12 91 771 691 10,192 3,102 6,489 601 44
GAINESVILLE 2010 906 4 86 199 617 5,404 1,213 3,859 332 22
2011 126,049 912 6 82 184 640 5,356 1,063 4,003 290 3
HIALEAH 2010 951 12 40 256 643 7,858 1,098 5,693 1,067 14
2011 227,731 860 4 31 253 572 7,493 1,069 5,473 951 17
HOLLYWOOD 2010 596 7 40 237 312 7,265 1,833 4,797 635 8
2011 142,686 660 4 47 269 340 7,789 2,054 5,163 572 9
JACKSONVILLE 2010 5,469 80 316 1,693 3,380 37,424 9,588 25,863 1,973 99
2011 834,429 5,182 71 350 1,578 3,183 36,113 8,518 25,733 1,862 108
MIAMI 2010 4,879 68 46 1,856 2,909 21,218 4,604 14,165 2,449 104
2011 404,901 4,849 68 96 2,002 2,683 22,921 5,141 15,080 2,700 124
MIAMI GARDENS 2010 1,061 22 25 351 663 5,410 1,321 3,515 574 12
2011 108,628 999 24 19 413 543 5,397 1,485 3,270 642 26
MIRAMAR 2010 540 9 34 170 327 3,651 1,262 2,099 290 13
2011 123,704 514 4 40 192 278 3,208 981 1,969 258 9
ORLANDO 2010 2,574 18 113 672 1,771 15,565 4,015 10,357 1,193 42
2011 241,548 2,591 29 119 697 1,746 17,145 4,165 11,669 1,311 45
PALM BAY 2010 521 4 19 60 438 2,460 740 1,622 98 10
2011 104,596 601 2 22 97 480 2,739 808 1,786 145 19
PEMBROKE PINES 2010 276 4 12 92 168 5,026 1,102 3,619 305 5
2011 156,859 310 4 28 119 159 4,944 1,059 3,591 294 11
POMPANO BEACH 2010 992 7 50 364 571 4,997 1,101 3,529 367 10
2011 101,206 917 5 41 343 528 5,524 1,343 3,852 329 9
PORT ST. LUCIE 2010 386 3 45 49 289 3,212 909 2,224 79 9
2011 166,846 371 6 30 61 274 3,861 1,128 2,590 143 11
ST. PETERSBURG 2010 2,758 13 105 752 1,888 13,815 3,564 9,015 1,236 90
2011 248,105 2,532 21 90 720 1,701 12,803 3,412 8,544 847 65
TALLAHASSEE 2010 1,802 13 130 492 1,167 8,579 2,920 5,310 349 21
2011 183,848 1,661 10 107 511 1,033 9,363 3,252 5,748 363 20
TAMPA 2010 2,170 27 47 684 1,412 11,453 3,131 7,484 838 107
2011 340,284 2,228 28 58 587 1,555 10,393 2,718 7,042 633 102
WEST PALM BEACH 2010 789 19 49 264 457 5,052 1,246 3,415 391 17
2011 101,281 769 14 48 235 472 5,383 1,354 3,685 344 13
GEORGIA ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY 2010 371 5 28 111 227 4,933 1,334 3,301 298 15
2011 117,114 418 6 31 132 249 4,875 1,359 3,273 243 23
ATLANTA 2010 5,749 93 89 2,162 3,405 30,800 8,016 17,741 5,043 95
2011 425,533 6,097 88 148 2,343 3,518 30,144 7,499 17,274 5,371 121
COLUMBUS 2010 1,005 15 38 477 475 13,442 3,454 8,981 1,007 65
2011 192,385 932 14 40 413 465 12,450 3,342 8,059 1,049 39
SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METROPOLITAN 2010 843 20 30 454 339 9,202 2,552 6,026 624 43
2011 226,422 889 26 36 488 339 9,579 2,241 6,608 730 37
IDAHO BOISE 2010 544 3 93 58 390 5,740 892 4,688 160 50
2011 207,945 510 1 66 59 384 5,328 809 4,347 172 53
  • 1 The 2011 population figures are FBI estimates based on provisional data from the U.S. Census Bureau. (See Data Declaration.)
  • 2 The FBI does not publish arson data unless it receives data from either the agency or the state for all 12 months for 2010 and/or 2011.
  • 3 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 4 The FBI determined that the agency did not follow national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines for reporting an offense. Consequently, this figure is not included in this table and has been excluded from all Report tabulations.

Data Declaration

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