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Table 16

Rate: Number of Crimes per 100,000 Inhabitants

by Population Group, 2012

Population group Violent crime Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Forcible rape Robbery Aggravated assault Property crime Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft Number
of
agencies
2012
estimated
population
Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate Number of
offenses
known
Rate
TOTAL ALL AGENCIES: 1,152,921 394.4 14,173 4.8 78,174 26.7 339,997 116.3 720,577 246.5 8,400,371 2,873.8 1,959,909 670.5 5,754,377 1,968.6 686,085 234.7 14,651 292,313,576
TOTAL CITIES 929,366 468.5 11,096 5.6 58,894 29.7 298,817 150.6 560,559 282.6 6,591,485 3,322.7 1,434,809 723.3 4,609,737 2,323.7 546,939 275.7 10,659 198,379,015
GROUP I (250,000 and over) 422,469 769.4 5,777 10.5 18,963 34.5 162,260 295.5 235,469 428.8 2,081,272 3,790.2 469,380 854.8 1,361,784 2,480.0 250,108 455.5 73 54,911,213
1,000,000 and over (Group I subset) 179,888 705.6 2,255 8.8 6,863 26.9 74,843 293.6 95,927 376.3 783,251 3,072.3 166,197 651.9 523,397 2,053.0 93,657 367.4 10 25,494,200
500,000 to 999,999 (Group I subset) 131,639 869.2 1,831 12.1 6,007 39.7 44,804 295.8 78,997 521.6 687,391 4,538.8 157,706 1,041.3 448,124 2,958.9 81,561 538.5 22 15,144,879
250,000 to 499,999 (Group I subset) 110,942 777.3 1,691 11.8 6,093 42.7 42,613 298.6 60,545 424.2 610,630 4,278.5 145,477 1,019.3 390,263 2,734.4 74,890 524.7 41 14,272,134
GROUP II (100,000 to 249,999) 157,242 494.1 1,857 5.8 9,794 30.8 51,036 160.4 94,555 297.1 1,171,472 3,681.1 271,985 854.7 792,744 2,491.0 106,743 335.4 213 31,823,848
GROUP III (50,000 to 99,999) 114,810 364.5 1,122 3.6 8,434 26.8 34,060 108.1 71,194 226.0 962,685 3,056.5 210,344 667.8 678,456 2,154.0 73,885 234.6 455 31,496,825
GROUP IV (25,000 to 49,999) 89,589 306.4 956 3.3 7,862 26.9 23,748 81.2 57,023 195.0 861,266 2,945.3 177,838 608.2 634,836 2,171.0 48,592 166.2 846 29,242,075
GROUP V (10,000 to 24,999) 77,627 273.5 785 2.8 7,137 25.1 17,107 60.3 52,598 185.3 808,147 2,847.8 167,107 588.9 602,448 2,122.9 38,592 136.0 1,779 28,378,392
GROUP VI (under 10,000) 67,629 300.2 599 2.7 6,704 29.8 10,606 47.1 49,720 220.7 706,643 3,136.9 138,155 613.3 539,469 2,394.8 29,019 128.8 7,293 22,526,662
METROPOLITAN COUNTIES 179,920 258.6 2,249 3.2 13,917 20.0 38,081 54.7 125,673 180.6 1,430,919 2,056.4 395,026 567.7 920,152 1,322.4 115,741 166.3 1,741 69,583,617
NONMETROPOLITAN COUNTIES1 43,635 179.2 828 3.4 5,363 22.0 3,099 12.7 34,345 141.0 377,967 1,552.2 130,074 534.2 224,488 921.9 23,405 96.1 2,251 24,350,944
SUBURBAN AREA2 323,732 252.6 3,647 2.8 26,320 20.5 74,103 57.8 219,662 171.4 2,994,269 2,336.5 699,364 545.7 2,095,865 1,635.5 199,040 155.3 8,054 128,150,344
  • 1 Includes state police agencies that report aggregately for the entire state.
  • 2 Suburban areas include law enforcement agencies in cities with less than 50,000 inhabitants and county law enforcement agencies that are within a Metropolitan Statistical Area. Suburban areas exclude all metropolitan agencies associated with a principal city. The agencies associated with suburban areas also appear in other groups within this table.

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