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
NEBRASKA LINCOLN 2010 258,379 591 1 60 79 451 4,363 638 3,583 142
2011 484 1 84 82 317 4,919 644 4,102 173
OMAHA 2010 408,958 1,103 17 116 357 613 8,093 1,290 5,787 1,016 55
2011 1,014 19 114 331 550 8,690 1,531 5,899 1,260 42
NEVADA HENDERSON 2010 257,729 298 2 14 113 169 2,564 597 1,739 228 23
2011 281 2 30 94 155 2,301 596 1,511 194
LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2010 1,446,280 6,282 56 321 1,937 3,968 20,982 6,505 11,264 3,213 101
2011 5,287 29 350 1,636 3,272 20,780 6,238 11,097 3,445 122
NORTH LAS VEGAS 2010 216,961 758 9 27 195 527 2,840 850 1,566 424 7
2011 781 4 26 184 567 2,897 861 1,551 485 6
RENO 2010 225,221 575 5 27 203 340 3,825 791 2,702 332 13
2011 491 6 15 173 297 3,032 706 2,058 268 15
NEW HAMPSHIRE MANCHESTER 2010 109,565 291 0 30 70 191 1,845 473 1,291 81 24
2011 270 0 31 69 170 1,786 376 1,352 58 32
NEW JERSEY EDISON TOWNSHIP 2010 99,967 83 0 4 27 52 901 161 666 74 8
2011 70 0 3 32 35 837 161 569 107 6
ELIZABETH 2010 124,969 647 6 19 328 294 2,188 450 1,267 471 5
2011 625 8 18 336 263 2,578 564 1,384 630 11
JERSEY CITY 2010 247,597 854 13 18 379 444 2,753 649 1,754 350 24
2011 892 7 22 430 433 2,797 733 1,642 422 16
PATERSON 2010 146,199 711 6 20 335 350 2,157 716 1,140 301 12
2011 671 8 20 277 366 2,142 816 908 418 2
NEW YORK AMHERST TOWN 2010 117,084 55 1 5 16 33 944 96 831 17 0
2011 57 0 4 19 34 828 73 736 19 1
BUFFALO3 2010 261,310 1,769 26 71 696 976 6,843 1,872 4,293 678 45
2011 1,491 20 62 617 792 6,459 1,812 4,029 618 143
NEW YORK 2010 8,175,133 23,152 229 459 8,918 13,546 65,289 8,318 51,965 5,006
2011 23,822 227 548 8,877 14,170 64,233 8,238 51,725 4,270
ROCHESTER 2010 210,565 1,090 21 48 380 641 5,337 1,489 3,456 392 86
2011 937 14 45 314 564 5,050 1,361 3,379 310 77
SYRACUSE 2010 145,170 596 7 38 169 382 2,722 955 1,599 168 24
2011 610 3 30 161 416 2,327 738 1,468 121 23
YONKERS 2010 195,976 410 6 7 215 182 1,323 218 988 117 13
2011 465 3 17 211 234 1,292 330 848 114 4
NORTH CAROLINA CARY 2010 135,234 72 1 9 16 46 1,046 232 789 25 1
2011 69 0 8 34 27 1,270 244 982 44 5
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG 2010 779,541 2,402 33 101 916 1,352 16,175 4,256 10,658 1,261 146
2011 2,243 19 113 733 1,378 15,078 4,111 10,007 960 100
FAYETTEVILLE 2010 200,564 508 7 31 198 272 5,676 1,842 3,518 316 32
2011 486 9 27 209 241 5,884 1,809 3,769 306 27
GREENSBORO 2010 269,666 731 7 27 308 389 6,630 1,927 4,302 401 42
2011 741 14 38 273 416 6,542 1,910 4,217 415 39
HIGH POINT 2010 104,371 263 0 11 86 166 2,405 652 1,635 118 17
2011 292 2 14 98 178 2,265 575 1,576 114 13
RALEIGH 2010 403,892 791 7 43 280 461 6,156 1,311 4,446 399 34
2011 777 8 62 274 433 6,088 1,374 4,300 414 42
WILMINGTON 2010 106,476 378 0 24 146 208 2,871 709 1,906 256 6
2011 315 4 16 121 174 2,718 691 1,821 206 12
WINSTON-SALEM 2010 229,617 742 5 54 226 457 6,413 2,118 3,978 317 45
2011 768 6 49 215 498 6,577 2,215 4,064 298 26
OHIO AKRON 2010 199,110 835 10 75 294 456 5,071 1,828 2,828 415 50
2011 730 7 81 311 331 4,046 1,803 1,915 328 44
CINCINNATI 2010 296,943 1,758 33 118 982 625 9,474 3,015 5,759 700 60
2011 1,438 32 82 791 533 9,301 2,905 5,779 617 143
CLEVELAND 2010 396,815 2,710 36 160 1,552 962 11,178 4,602 4,832 1,744 172
2011 2,477 27 175 1,383 892 10,660 4,247 4,617 1,796 157
COLUMBUS 2010 787,033 2,573 46 275 1,548 704 22,815 6,638 14,294 1,883 268
2011 2,402 35 259 1,499 609 22,562 6,676 14,101 1,785
DAYTON 2010 141,527 681 16 46 324 295 4,201 1,432 2,464 305 92
2011 599 17 50 277 255 3,648 1,370 2,000 278 62
TOLEDO4 2010 287,208 1,331 11 56 511 753 3,272 574 214
2011 1,311 7 59 503 742 3,638 763 228
  • 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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