Table 4

January to June 2011

Offenses Reported to Law Enforcement

by State by City 100,000 and over in population

State City Population1 Violent
crime
Murder Forcible
rape
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny- theft Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson2
COLORADO ARVADA 2010 106,433 79 0 19 17 43 1,329 175 1,044 110 6
2011 86 0 11 17 58 1,239 111 1,056 72 13
AURORA 2010 325,078 702 11 92 237 362 5,024 986 3,563 475 28
2011 713 6 88 248 371 4,816 1,067 3,313 436 37
BOULDER 2010 97,385 93 4 18 11 60 1,395 237 1,123 35 22
2011 130 1 15 14 100 1,232 262 922 48 15
CENTENNIAL 2010 100,377 78 0 10 14 54 722 141 553 28 4
2011 73 0 14 11 48 634 128 476 30 9
COLORADO SPRINGS 2010 416,427 1,008 9 174 276 549 7,936 1,563 5,784 589 38
2011 929 6 166 219 538 7,948 1,605 5,830 513 69
DENVER 2010 600,158 1,578 12 188 439 939 9,485 1,999 5,950 1,536 63
2011 1,631 11 197 472 951 10,575 2,128 6,749 1,698 49
FORT COLLINS 2010 143,986 218 0 37 19 162 2,202 327 1,794 81 21
2011 179 1 28 23 127 2,058 260 1,724 74 7
LAKEWOOD 2010 142,980 286 0 39 59 188 2,919 473 2,184 262 7
2011 323 4 52 65 202 2,989 471 2,280 238 7
PUEBLO3 2010 106,595 409 0 14 78 317 2,224 745 1,274 205 24
2011 433 11 26 90 306 2,111 701 1,217 193 30
THORNTON4 2010 118,772 2 21 27 1,851 290 1,412 149 6
2011 0 25 26 1,598 211 1,257 130 15
WESTMINSTER 2010 106,114 110 1 19 20 70 1,613 277 1,161 175 5
2011 113 3 16 16 78 1,291 183 959 149 7
CONNECTICUT BRIDGEPORT 2010 144,229 709 11 30 265 403 2,382 599 1,322 461 8
2011 671 9 86 245 331 2,507 624 1,427 456 13
HARTFORD 2010 124,775 767 12 25 260 470 2,773 450 1,877 446 51
2011 749 17 24 273 435 2,465 553 1,537 375 41
NEW HAVEN 2010 129,779 966 13 30 338 585 3,390 644 2,322 424 7
2011 853 18 25 350 460 3,005 588 1,942 475 8
STAMFORD 2010 122,643 174 0 10 71 93 971 195 671 105 4
2011 191 3 11 95 82 863 105 678 80 2
WATERBURY 2010 110,366 188 2 5 83 98 2,262 422 1,651 189 0
2011 173 0 5 96 72 2,095 383 1,510 202 0
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WASHINGTON 2010 601,723 3,613 60 91 1,824 1,638 12,318 1,771 8,330 2,217 20
2011 3,181 55 74 1,672 1,380 12,694 1,933 8,846 1,915 31
FLORIDA CAPE CORAL 2010 154,305 150 1 13 38 98 1,843 512 1,268 63 4
2011 128 1 6 26 95 1,979 506 1,423 50 7
CLEARWATER 2010 107,685 396 3 18 122 253 2,233 405 1,728 100 3
2011 374 4 17 96 257 1,976 337 1,555 84 3
CORAL SPRINGS 2010 121,096 133 0 0 35 98 1,313 242 981 90 3
2011 123 0 2 47 74 1,517 312 1,106 99 0
FORT LAUDERDALE 2010 165,521 671 3 41 289 338 4,843 1,259 3,233 351 22
2011 750 7 48 335 360 4,941 1,441 3,221 279 17
GAINESVILLE 2010 124,354 421 2 42 94 283 2,820 638 2,003 179 14
2011 456 3 39 98 316 2,439 465 1,853 121 1
HIALEAH 2010 224,669 493 6 13 139 335 3,880 506 2,839 535 6
2011 434 4 18 114 298 3,623 534 2,639 450 11
HOLLYWOOD 2010 140,768 293 3 20 128 142 3,571 935 2,330 306 0
2011 304 0 30 128 146 3,840 985 2,570 285 5
JACKSONVILLE 2010 823,209 2,635 34 105 858 1,638 18,530 4,703 12,918 909 49
2011 2,601 34 181 773 1,613 17,356 4,101 12,346 909 53
MIAMI 2010 399,457 2,331 37 20 847 1,427 10,327 2,079 7,083 1,165 55
2011 2,313 34 44 883 1,352 10,858 2,387 7,213 1,258 53
MIAMI GARDENS 2010 107,167 530 11 10 164 345 2,614 634 1,711 269 5
2011 481 8 12 206 255 2,576 689 1,543 344 12
MIRAMAR 2010 122,041 258 1 13 84 160 1,844 603 1,078 163 8
2011 260 2 21 100 137 1,657 511 1,013 133 5
ORLANDO 2010 238,300 1,239 10 49 315 865 7,757 1,882 5,289 586 22
2011 1,320 15 50 329 926 7,931 1,900 5,457 574 19
PALM BAY 2010 103,190 258 2 13 26 217 1,169 390 729 50 7
2011 302 0 13 44 245 1,292 369 863 60 9
PEMBROKE PINES 2010 154,750 141 2 8 51 80 2,458 516 1,792 150 1
2011 160 1 16 63 80 2,544 562 1,815 167 6
POMPANO BEACH 2010 99,845 501 4 25 161 311 2,577 517 1,872 188 5
2011 455 2 26 172 255 2,562 552 1,841 169 6
PORT ST. LUCIE 2010 164,603 184 3 20 18 143 1,571 433 1,107 31 6
2011 183 2 18 27 136 1,813 565 1,181 67 0
ST. PETERSBURG 2010 244,769 1,411 6 63 347 995 7,099 1,769 4,629 701 48
2011 1,298 13 55 321 909 6,059 1,529 4,082 448 40
TALLAHASSEE 2010 181,376 885 6 68 211 600 3,896 1,238 2,512 146 10
2011 875 6 44 272 553 4,613 1,633 2,819 161 17
TAMPA 2010 335,709 1,072 13 20 352 687 5,609 1,463 3,681 465 60
2011 1,108 18 30 275 785 5,045 1,323 3,426 296 53
WEST PALM BEACH 2010 99,919 411 11 30 137 233 2,291 602 1,545 144 10
2011 370 8 24 107 231 2,649 666 1,817 166 10
GEORGIA ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY 2010 115,592 186 1 10 45 130 2,274 546 1,611 117 7
2011 199 4 14 66 115 2,147 584 1,463 100 10
ATLANTA 2010 420,003 2,685 40 39 990 1,616 14,281 3,761 8,195 2,325 66
2011 2,826 42 70 1,051 1,663 14,081 3,391 8,191 2,499 47
COLUMBUS 2010 189,885 511 5 21 240 245 6,780 1,628 4,640 512 46
2011 432 4 18 176 234 5,807 1,622 3,727 458
SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METROPOLITAN 2010 223,480 408 7 18 208 175 4,567 1,231 3,021 315 16
2011 396 12 13 227 144 4,477 999 3,142 336 21
IDAHO BOISE 2010 205,671 257 2 45 28 182 2,706 419 2,224 63 27
2011 239 1 27 33 178 2,496 357 2,059 80 21
  • 1 The 2010 population figures are the 2010 decennial counts from the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • 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 (UCR) Program guidelines for reporting an offense. Consequently, this figure is not included in this table and has been excluded from all Report tabulations.

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