Table 4

January to December 2011

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

Montana through Ohio

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible rape Robbery Aggravated assault Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
MONTANA BILLINGS3 2010 283 2 25 42 214 5,023 848 3,813 362 14
2011 105,095 313 2 36 36 239 4,688 669 3,686 333 9
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2010 1,258 2 143 182 931 10,218 1,464 8,406 348
2011 260,685 966 4 166 177 619 10,189 1,401 8,424 364 25
OMAHA 2010 2,274 34 205 723 1,312 17,334 3,046 12,091 2,197 119
2011 412,608 2,309 43 220 696 1,350 18,764 3,321 12,793 2,650 91
NEVADA HENDERSON 2010 543 8 35 189 311 5,196 1,280 3,406 510 43
2011 259,902 571 2 58 197 314 4,777 1,280 3,069 428 44
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2010 12,648 107 652 4,003 7,886 43,219 13,824 22,231 7,164 240
2011 1,458,474 10,810 79 651 3,493 6,587 41,426 12,662 21,977 6,787 200
RENO 2010 1,168 9 46 385 728 7,468 1,638 5,101 729 29
2011 227,120 1,108 14 27 383 684 6,550 1,618 4,311 621 26
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2010 544 1 62 154 327 3,754 907 2,687 160 59
2011 109,708 618 2 69 181 366 4,194 902 3,136 156 70
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2010 141 2 5 52 82 1,709 334 1,220 155 11
2011 100,300 142 2 9 65 66 1,832 343 1,279 210 12
ELIZABETH 2010 1,392 13 42 760 577 4,734 924 2,665 1,145 12
2011 125,386 1,315 17 38 723 537 5,099 1,162 2,641 1,296 17
JERSEY CITY 2010 1,830 26 44 943 817 5,992 1,523 3,662 807 51
2011 248,423 1,906 18 49 961 878 5,701 1,402 3,439 860 33
NEWARK 2010 2,885 90 79 1,604 1,112 9,209 1,928 3,661 3,620 51
2011 278,064 3,243 94 58 1,977 1,114 10,016 2,396 3,921 3,699 50
PATERSON 2010 1,565 17 44 769 735 4,521 1,491 2,329 701 15
2011 146,685 1,490 17 39 751 683 4,732 1,790 1,888 1,054 5
NEW MEXICO ALBUQUERQUE 2010 4,291 42 338 940 2,971 26,372 5,465 18,134 2,773 121
2011 551,961 4,207 35 264 998 2,910 27,976 5,985 19,168 2,823 133
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2010 119 2 8 33 76 2,066 218 1,801 47 7
2011 117,610 124 0 7 41 76 2,004 221 1,736 47 2
BUFFALO3 2010 3,599 55 157 1,466 1,921 14,753 4,296 9,027 1,430 90
2011 262,484 3,250 36 121 1,459 1,634 14,309 4,475 8,711 1,123 347
NEW YORK 2010 48,489 536 1,036 19,608 27,309 139,615 17,926 111,370 10,319
2011 8,211,875 51,209 515 1,092 19,773 29,829 140,457 18,159 112,864 9,434
ROCHESTER 2010 2,229 41 99 816 1,273 11,820 3,448 7,620 752 176
2011 211,511 2,029 31 95 755 1,148 10,934 3,384 6,849 701 177
SYRACUSE 2010 1,291 15 68 377 831 5,708 2,174 3,167 367 54
2011 145,822 1,302 11 63 388 840 5,275 1,705 3,261 309 60
YONKERS 2010 895 9 29 455 402 2,851 521 2,086 244 27
2011 196,857 1,090 7 36 473 574 3,063 759 2,015 289 15
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2010 120 1 14 35 70 2,179 535 1,580 64 2
2011 136,949 126 1 14 54 57 2,336 415 1,847 74 9
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2010 4,891 61 239 1,795 2,796 34,701 9,325 22,711 2,665 247
2011 789,478 4,787 56 218 1,612 2,901 32,008 8,536 21,371 2,101 195
DURHAM 2010 1,614 23 60 659 872 11,357 3,652 6,987 718 28
2011 231,225 1,707 27 64 699 917 11,270 3,874 6,768 628 23
FAYETTEVILLE 2010 1,101 17 57 461 566 12,566 3,928 7,916 722 53
2011 203,107 1,050 25 56 495 474 12,972 4,204 8,088 680 51
HIGH POINT 2010 608 2 28 220 358 4,879 1,313 3,346 220 36
2011 105,695 600 3 25 200 372 5,057 1,266 3,550 241 24
RALEIGH 2010 1,740 14 99 643 984 12,995 3,021 9,104 870 63
2011 409,014 1,724 17 127 680 900 13,242 2,985 9,343 914 84
WILMINGTON 2010 724 5 47 282 390 5,706 1,447 3,781 478 13
2011 107,826 662 10 32 254 366 5,708 1,454 3,843 411 23
WINSTON-SALEM 2010 1,517 11 96 449 961 13,349 4,482 8,225 642 105
2011 232,529 1,565 14 93 444 1,014 13,874 4,680 8,522 672 60
NORTH DAKOTA FARGO 2010 302 0 44 35 223 2,764 392 2,205 167 14
2011 107,329 383 1 41 47 294 2,662 419 2,115 128 13
OHIO AKRON 2010 1,675 23 164 602 886 10,947 4,262 5,933 752 108
2011 199,256 1,768 27 164 717 860 10,806 4,258 5,744 804 94
CINCINNATI 2010 3,615 68 236 2,117 1,194 20,600 6,515 12,466 1,619 199
2011 297,160 3,057 61 177 1,771 1,048 20,369 6,649 12,450 1,270 328
CLEVELAND 2010 5,529 81 344 3,181 1,923 23,512 9,871 10,131 3,510 379
2011 397,106 5,413 59 352 3,155 1,847 25,288 10,697 10,502 4,089 318
COLUMBUS 2010 5,472 95 574 3,369 1,434 50,323 15,258 30,906 4,159
2011 787,609 5,185 87 565 3,244 1,289 49,043 15,169 30,259 3,615
DAYTON 2010 1,511 34 93 782 602 8,945 3,390 4,882 673 207
2011 141,631 1,355 33 98 638 586 8,323 3,121 4,569 633 149
TOLEDO4 2010 2,854 23 140 1,097 1,594 7,287 1,197 492
2011 287,418 2,868 30 124 1,152 1,562 8,366 1,465 509
  • 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.