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
ILLINOIS AURORA 2010 197,899 293 1 27 59 206 1,797 371 1,347 79 17
2011 264 1 15 66 182 1,695 388 1,246 61 5
CHICAGO3 2010 2,695,598 213 6,477 6,928 56,532 11,888 36,017 8,627
2011 184 6,229 5,990 55,753 12,052 33,547 10,154
ELGIN 2010 108,188 176 3 49 43 81 1,158 209 899 50 4
2011 126 0 35 34 57 920 219 657 44 3
JOLIET 2010 147,433 259 7 18 63 171 1,976 435 1,461 80 13
2011 318 2 26 63 227 1,739 424 1,246 69 22
PEORIA 2010 115,007 474 15 20 135 304 2,513 684 1,717 112 25
2011 361 7 19 106 229 2,236 603 1,538 95 31
ROCKFORD 2010 152,871 1,098 11 55 221 811 3,778 1,081 2,505 192
2011 1,036 12 52 231 741 3,229 912 2,082 235
SPRINGFIELD 2010 116,250 719 3 53 156 507 3,286 842 2,341 103 29
2011 644 5 49 115 475 3,496 966 2,431 99 25
INDIANA EVANSVILLE 2010 117,429 251 3 32 69 147 2,723 522 2,086 115 44
2011 227 1 30 66 130 2,423 463 1,854 106 42
FORT WAYNE4 2010 253,691 358 12 45 148 153 4,102 984 2,990 128 26
2011 333 11 40 108 174 3,931 814 2,963 154 23
SOUTH BEND 2010 101,168 336 2 25 155 154 2,769 1,056 1,555 158 21
2011 326 5 29 170 122 2,686 932 1,605 149 20
IOWA CEDAR RAPIDS 2010 126,326 193 1 17 61 114 2,246 439 1,684 123 8
2011 160 1 17 30 112 2,111 452 1,572 87 6
DES MOINES 2010 203,433 490 1 58 99 332 4,511 1,022 3,174 315 18
2011 503 3 55 113 332 5,140 1,228 3,522 390 26
KANSAS KANSAS CITY4 2010 145,786 388 11 33 139 205 3,900 949 2,354 597
2011 436 16 41 132 247 3,536 847 2,154 535
OVERLAND PARK 2010 173,372 146 0 23 15 108 2,052 225 1,682 145 17
2011 160 0 37 18 105 1,760 227 1,403 130 18
TOPEKA 2010 127,473 310 6 21 88 195 3,209 692 2,306 211 8
2011 319 3 27 109 180 3,404 809 2,377 218 3
WICHITA 2010 382,368 1,437 9 115 206 1,107 8,772 2,026 6,041 705 65
2011 1,521 13 113 231 1,164 8,793 1,869 6,076 848 66
KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 2010 295,803 793 7 55 249 482 4,794 1,156 3,375 263 19
2011 766 10 42 225 489 5,651 1,287 4,064 300 13
LOUISVILLE METRO 2010 660,582 1,809 22 115 796 876 13,499 3,379 9,208 912 93
2011 1,886 20 107 733 1,026 14,323 3,450 9,817 1,056 114
LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE 2010 120,623 491 5 12 124 350 3,331 664 2,521 146 8
2011 426 1 10 114 301 3,076 577 2,356 143 31
NEW ORLEANS 2010 343,829 1,336 105 55 497 679 5,918 1,745 3,010 1,163
2011 1,269 105 78 436 650 6,775 1,929 3,722 1,124
SHREVEPORT 2010 199,311 696 12 54 142 488 4,467 1,147 3,033 287 61
2011 730 8 52 162 508 4,494 1,294 3,004 196 35
MARYLAND BALTIMORE 2010 620,961 4,374 100 81 1,482 2,711 13,181 3,549 7,616 2,016 174
2011 4,303 101 171 1,547 2,484 13,804 3,787 8,031 1,986 130
MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON 2010 617,594 2,908 29 141 936 1,802 9,962 1,623 7,335 1,004
2011 2,494 21 150 902 1,421 9,086 1,563 6,560 963
CAMBRIDGE 2010 105,162 197 0 10 56 131 1,452 201 1,175 76 5
2011 223 1 15 74 133 1,357 251 1,039 67 3
LOWELL 2010 106,519 618 2 20 100 496 1,641 417 1,036 188 10
2011 470 3 16 79 372 1,532 436 961 135 20
SPRINGFIELD 2010 153,060 1,025 9 78 275 663 3,445 1,065 1,942 438 44
2011 806 8 16 258 524 3,399 1,099 1,909 391 22
WORCESTER5 2010 181,045 3 178 661 2,879 863 1,760 256 6
2011 7 187 647 2,572 907 1,429 236 6
MICHIGAN DETROIT 2010 713,777 8,133 151 200 2,541 5,241 22,090 7,940 8,688 5,462 532
2011 6,198 173 177 1,760 4,088 19,079 6,213 7,561 5,305 458
FLINT 2010 102,434 1,123 27 51 274 771 2,857 1,520 1,048 289 156
2011 909 22 41 229 617 2,628 1,353 870 405 91
GRAND RAPIDS 2010 188,040 795 2 45 235 513 3,389 1,123 2,073 193 49
2011 616 5 32 171 408 2,627 805 1,675 147 33
LANSING 2010 114,297 633 7 62 132 432 1,999 622 1,258 119 18
2011 598 2 48 131 417 1,938 776 1,055 107 13
WARREN 2010 134,056 380 3 39 78 260 1,725 444 965 316 13
2011 337 6 46 74 211 1,776 491 930 355 19
MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS 2010 382,578 2,012 23 193 793 1,003 8,387 2,114 5,258 1,015
2011 1,722 13 162 678 869 8,367 2,090 5,488 789
ROCHESTER3 2010 106,769 0 29 58 1,089 179 866 44 10
2011 1 30 61 1,008 172 783 53 6
ST. PAUL 2010 285,461 1,021 9 82 321 609 5,265 1,290 3,112 863 59
2011 806 4 80 249 473 5,374 1,271 3,242 861 48
MISSISSIPPI JACKSON 2010 173,514 886 21 47 533 285 6,484 2,284 3,447 753 40
2011 728 18 72 341 297 6,334 2,369 3,239 726 39
MISSOURI COLUMBIA 2010 108,500 260 0 20 68 172 1,741 236 1,449 56 2
2011 275 1 17 44 213 1,845 344 1,433 68 8
INDEPENDENCE4 2010 116,830 247 5 22 59 161 3,613 607 2,645 361 9
2011 226 1 18 43 164 2,911 532 2,078 301 10
KANSAS CITY4 2010 459,787 2,665 48 123 745 1,749 13,233 3,406 8,240 1,587 155
2011 2,626 45 124 804 1,653 11,289 2,921 6,923 1,445 136
SPRINGFIELD 2010 159,498 644 8 57 128 451 7,038 1,030 5,596 412 21
2011 535 0 54 130 351 7,150 952 5,755 443 9
ST. LOUIS 2010 319,294 2,903 62 95 894 1,852 12,739 2,931 7,753 2,055 124
2011 2,851 69 91 976 1,715 12,731 3,336 7,811 1,584 95
  • 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 The data collection methodology for the offense of forcible rape used by Chicago, Illinois, and Rochester, Minnesota, does not comply with national UCR Program guidelines. Consequently, its figures for forcible rape and violent crime (of which forcible rape is a part) are not published in this table.
  • 4 Because of changes in the state/local agency's reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years' data.
  • 5 The FBI determined that the agency's data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this table.

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