Crime Rates in the United States - 2010

Violent crime in 2010

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 18,363 383.7 [55]
Alaska 4,537 635.3 [55]
Arizona 26,528 413.6 [55]
Arkansas 14,711 503.5 [55]
California 164,133 439.6 [55]
Colorado 16,339 323.7 [55]
Connecticut 10,083 282.0 [55]
Delaware 5,608 623.3 [55]
District of Columbia 8,026 1326.8 [55]
Florida 101,969 541.3 [55]
Georgia 39,068 402.3 [55]
Hawaii 3,603 264.3 [55]
Idaho 3,464 220.5 [55]
Illinois 57,132 444.9 [55]
Indiana 20,983 323.3 [55]
Iowa 8,191 268.5 [55]
Kansas 10,602 370.8 [55]
Kentucky 10,604 243.9 [55]
Louisiana 25,241 555.3 [55]
Maine 1,621 122.1 [55]
Maryland 31,607 546.3 [55]
Massachusetts 30,737 468.9 [55]
Michigan 48,693 493.0 [55]
Minnesota 12,515 235.7 [55]
Mississippi 7,999 269.3 [55]
Missouri 27,440 457.7 [55]
Montana 2,733 275.8 [55]
Nebraska 5,093 278.3 [55]
Nevada 17,929 663.0 [55]
New Hampshire 2,204 167.4 [55]
New Jersey 27,055 307.5 [55]
New Mexico 12,147 588.0 [55]
New York 76,492 394.4 [55]
North Carolina 34,679 362.7 [55]
North Dakota 1,548 229.5 [55]
Ohio 36,306 314.7 [55]
Oklahoma 18,100 481.4 [55]
Oregon 9,648 251.4 [55]
Pennsylvania 46,612 366.5 [55]
Puerto Rico 10,246 275.3 [55]
Rhode Island 2,709 257.4 [55]
South Carolina 27,923 602.2 [55]
South Dakota 2,196 268.9 [55]
Tennessee 38,909 612.0 [55]
Texas 113,231 448.4 [55]
Utah 5,925 213.5 [55]
Vermont 820 131.0 [55]
Virginia 17,184 214.2 [55]
Washington 21,138 313.5 [55]
West Virginia 5,586 301.2 [55]
Wisconsin 14,167 248.9 [55]
Wyoming 1,117 197.9 [55]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2010

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 275 5.7 [55]
Alaska 31 4.3 [55]
Arizona 408 6.4 [55]
Arkansas 134 4.6 [55]
California 1,809 4.8 [55]
Colorado 129 2.6 [55]
Connecticut 133 3.7 [55]
Delaware 51 5.7 [55]
District of Columbia 132 21.8 [55]
Florida 987 5.2 [55]
Georgia 555 5.7 [55]
Hawaii 25 1.8 [55]
Idaho 22 1.4 [55]
Illinois 704 5.5 [55]
Indiana 268 4.1 [55]
Iowa 38 1.2 [55]
Kansas 97 3.4 [55]
Kentucky 188 4.3 [55]
Louisiana 500 11.0 [55]
Maine 24 1.8 [55]
Maryland 426 7.4 [55]
Massachusetts 214 3.3 [55]
Michigan 580 5.9 [55]
Minnesota 96 1.8 [55]
Mississippi 204 6.9 [55]
Missouri 420 7.0 [55]
Montana 25 2.5 [55]
Nebraska 54 3.0 [55]
Nevada 158 5.8 [55]
New Hampshire 13 1.0 [55]
New Jersey 371 4.2 [55]
New Mexico 140 6.8 [55]
New York 868 4.5 [55]
North Carolina 474 5.0 [55]
North Dakota 10 1.5 [55]
Ohio 479 4.2 [55]
Oklahoma 195 5.2 [55]
Oregon 96 2.5 [55]
Pennsylvania 653 5.1 [55]
Puerto Rico 977 26.2 [55]
Rhode Island 29 2.8 [55]
South Carolina 265 5.7 [55]
South Dakota 23 2.8 [55]
Tennessee 359 5.6 [55]
Texas 1,249 4.9 [55]
Utah 53 1.9 [55]
Vermont 7 1.1 [55]
Virginia 376 4.7 [55]
Washington 154 2.3 [55]
West Virginia 58 3.1 [55]
Wisconsin 155 2.7 [55]
Wyoming 8 1.4 [55]

Robbery in 2010

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,864 101.6 [55]
Alaska 594 83.2 [55]
Arizona 6,953 108.4 [55]
Arkansas 2,369 81.1 [55]
California 58,116 155.6 [55]
Colorado 3,164 62.7 [55]
Connecticut 3,553 99.4 [55]
Delaware 1,839 204.4 [55]
District of Columbia 4,325 715.0 [55]
Florida 26,086 138.5 [55]
Georgia 12,372 127.4 [55]
Hawaii 1,065 78.1 [55]
Idaho 213 13.6 [55]
Illinois 20,386 158.7 [55]
Indiana 6,559 101.1 [55]
Iowa 1,012 33.2 [55]
Kansas 1,538 53.8 [55]
Kentucky 3,748 86.2 [55]
Louisiana 5,297 116.5 [55]
Maine 412 31.0 [55]
Maryland 11,054 191.1 [55]
Massachusetts 6,897 105.2 [55]
Michigan 11,522 116.7 [55]
Minnesota 3,388 63.8 [55]
Mississippi 2,777 93.5 [55]
Missouri 6,185 103.2 [55]
Montana 154 15.5 [55]
Nebraska 1,020 55.7 [55]
Nevada 5,298 195.9 [55]
New Hampshire 450 34.2 [55]
New Jersey 11,818 134.3 [55]
New Mexico 1,616 78.2 [55]
New York 28,630 147.6 [55]
North Carolina 9,620 100.6 [55]
North Dakota 90 13.3 [55]
Ohio 16,486 142.9 [55]
Oklahoma 3,345 89.0 [55]
Oregon 2,421 63.1 [55]
Pennsylvania 16,375 128.8 [55]
Puerto Rico 6,516 175.1 [55]
Rhode Island 782 74.3 [55]
South Carolina 5,017 108.2 [55]
South Dakota 154 18.9 [55]
Tennessee 8,361 131.5 [55]
Texas 32,843 130.1 [55]
Utah 1,269 45.7 [55]
Vermont 76 12.1 [55]
Virginia 5,678 70.8 [55]
Washington 5,929 87.9 [55]
West Virginia 776 41.8 [55]
Wisconsin 4,516 79.3 [55]
Wyoming 77 13.6 [55]

Aggravated assault in 2010

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 11,869 248.0 [55]
Alaska 3,379 473.2 [55]
Arizona 16,976 264.7 [55]
Arkansas 10,887 372.6 [55]
California 95,877 256.8 [55]
Colorado 10,816 214.3 [55]
Connecticut 5,802 162.3 [55]
Delaware 3,392 377.0 [55]
District of Columbia 3,382 559.1 [55]
Florida 69,523 369.0 [55]
Georgia 24,034 247.5 [55]
Hawaii 2,136 156.7 [55]
Idaho 2,696 171.6 [55]
Illinois 32,976 256.8 [55]
Indiana 12,396 191.0 [55]
Iowa 6,258 205.2 [55]
Kansas 7,821 273.5 [55]
Kentucky 5,230 120.3 [55]
Louisiana 18,214 400.7 [55]
Maine 796 60.0 [55]
Maryland 18,899 326.7 [55]
Massachusetts 21,842 333.2 [55]
Michigan 31,858 322.5 [55]
Minnesota 7,233 136.2 [55]
Mississippi 4,087 137.6 [55]
Missouri 19,390 323.4 [55]
Montana 2,222 224.2 [55]
Nebraska 3,345 182.8 [55]
Nevada 11,508 425.5 [55]
New Hampshire 1,330 101.0 [55]
New Jersey 13,885 157.8 [55]
New Mexico 9,432 456.6 [55]
New York 44,197 227.9 [55]
North Carolina 22,583 236.2 [55]
North Dakota 1,203 178.3 [55]
Ohio 15,611 135.3 [55]
Oklahoma 13,091 348.1 [55]
Oregon 5,892 153.5 [55]
Pennsylvania 26,112 205.3 [55]
Puerto Rico 2,714 72.9 [55]
Rhode Island 1,600 152.0 [55]
South Carolina 21,090 454.8 [55]
South Dakota 1,634 200.1 [55]
Tennessee 28,016 440.7 [55]
Texas 71,517 283.2 [55]
Utah 3,620 130.4 [55]
Vermont 596 95.2 [55]
Virginia 9,550 119.0 [55]
Washington 12,476 185.0 [55]
West Virginia 4,390 236.7 [55]
Wisconsin 8,305 145.9 [55]
Wyoming 870 154.1 [55]

Property crime in 2010

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 168,828 3528.0 [55]
Alaska 20,259 2836.8 [55]
Arizona 226,802 3536.5 [55]
Arkansas 103,820 3553.5 [55]
California 981,939 2629.9 [55]
Colorado 135,001 2674.5 [55]
Connecticut 78,259 2188.8 [55]
Delaware 31,078 3453.9 [55]
District of Columbia 28,802 4761.4 [55]
Florida 669,035 3551.4 [55]
Georgia 353,449 3639.2 [55]
Hawaii 45,667 3349.6 [55]
Idaho 31,436 2000.9 [55]
Illinois 349,064 2718.1 [55]
Indiana 199,274 3070.2 [55]
Iowa 68,740 2253.6 [55]
Kansas 89,109 3116.6 [55]
Kentucky 111,170 2557.3 [55]
Louisiana 165,667 3644.8 [55]
Maine 32,900 2478.6 [55]
Maryland 173,309 2995.5 [55]
Massachusetts 154,496 2356.8 [55]
Michigan 271,501 2748.8 [55]
Minnesota 136,431 2569.0 [55]
Mississippi 88,596 2983.0 [55]
Missouri 200,858 3350.0 [55]
Montana 25,409 2564.1 [55]
Nebraska 48,827 2667.9 [55]
Nevada 75,004 2773.5 [55]
New Hampshire 29,230 2219.8 [55]
New Jersey 183,042 2080.1 [55]
New Mexico 70,776 3425.9 [55]
New York 379,710 1957.8 [55]
North Carolina 329,202 3443.5 [55]
North Dakota 12,010 1780.2 [55]
Ohio 376,836 3266.1 [55]
Oklahoma 129,464 3443.0 [55]
Oregon 116,657 3039.3 [55]
Pennsylvania 276,366 2173.1 [55]
Puerto Rico 51,036 1371.2 [55]
Rhode Island 26,959 2561.4 [55]
South Carolina 181,098 3905.4 [55]
South Dakota 15,188 1859.9 [55]
Tennessee 232,855 3662.7 [55]
Texas 951,246 3766.8 [55]
Utah 88,316 3182.0 [55]
Vermont 14,160 2262.3 [55]
Virginia 187,403 2335.5 [55]
Washington 249,426 3699.1 [55]
West Virginia 41,301 2227.2 [55]
Wisconsin 142,781 2508.6 [55]
Wyoming 13,869 2456.6 [55]

Burglary in 2010

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 42,484 887.8 [55]
Alaska 3,105 434.8 [55]
Arizona 50,932 794.2 [55]
Arkansas 32,463 1111.1 [55]
California 228,857 612.9 [55]
Colorado 26,196 519.0 [55]
Connecticut 15,145 423.6 [55]
Delaware 7,550 839.1 [55]
District of Columbia 4,233 699.8 [55]
Florida 169,119 897.7 [55]
Georgia 96,947 998.2 [55]
Hawaii 8,706 638.6 [55]
Idaho 6,513 414.5 [55]
Illinois 77,472 603.3 [55]
Indiana 48,570 748.3 [55]
Iowa 16,746 549.0 [55]
Kansas 19,315 675.6 [55]
Kentucky 30,443 700.3 [55]
Louisiana 45,437 999.6 [55]
Maine 7,364 554.8 [55]
Maryland 36,704 634.4 [55]
Massachusetts 37,903 578.2 [55]
Michigan 74,345 752.7 [55]
Minnesota 24,415 459.7 [55]
Mississippi 30,453 1025.3 [55]
Missouri 44,197 737.1 [55]
Montana 3,692 372.6 [55]
Nebraska 8,318 454.5 [55]
Nevada 22,286 824.1 [55]
New Hampshire 5,444 413.4 [55]
New Jersey 38,732 440.2 [55]
New Mexico 21,023 1017.6 [55]
New York 65,839 339.5 [55]
North Carolina 102,826 1075.6 [55]
North Dakota 2,000 296.5 [55]
Ohio 107,125 928.5 [55]
Oklahoma 37,848 1006.5 [55]
Oregon 20,035 522.0 [55]
Pennsylvania 55,206 434.1 [55]
Puerto Rico 17,494 470.0 [55]
Rhode Island 6,124 581.8 [55]
South Carolina 46,261 997.6 [55]
South Dakota 3,192 390.9 [55]
Tennessee 64,293 1011.3 [55]
Texas 228,597 905.2 [55]
Utah 15,095 543.9 [55]
Vermont 3,348 534.9 [55]
Virginia 30,804 383.9 [55]
Washington 55,192 818.5 [55]
West Virginia 10,778 581.2 [55]
Wisconsin 26,636 468.0 [55]
Wyoming 2,151 381.0 [55]

Larceny theft in 2010

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 115,564 2414.9 [55]
Alaska 15,535 2175.3 [55]
Arizona 154,137 2403.4 [55]
Arkansas 65,796 2252.1 [55]
California 600,558 1608.4 [55]
Colorado 97,534 1932.2 [55]
Connecticut 56,413 1577.8 [55]
Delaware 21,593 2399.8 [55]
District of Columbia 19,514 3225.9 [55]
Florida 458,454 2433.6 [55]
Georgia 226,161 2328.6 [55]
Hawaii 31,681 2323.7 [55]
Idaho 23,594 1501.7 [55]
Illinois 242,681 1889.7 [55]
Indiana 137,204 2113.9 [55]
Iowa 48,194 1580.0 [55]
Kansas 63,774 2230.5 [55]
Kentucky 74,488 1713.5 [55]
Louisiana 110,260 2425.8 [55]
Maine 24,547 1849.3 [55]
Maryland 118,578 2049.5 [55]
Massachusetts 105,124 1603.6 [55]
Michigan 169,748 1718.6 [55]
Minnesota 103,429 1947.6 [55]
Mississippi 52,784 1777.2 [55]
Missouri 140,526 2343.8 [55]
Montana 20,166 2035.0 [55]
Nebraska 36,896 2016.0 [55]
Nevada 42,533 1572.8 [55]
New Hampshire 22,789 1730.6 [55]
New Jersey 128,754 1463.2 [55]
New Mexico 44,503 2154.2 [55]
New York 293,232 1511.9 [55]
North Carolina 208,057 2176.3 [55]
North Dakota 9,137 1354.4 [55]
Ohio 248,581 2154.5 [55]
Oklahoma 81,303 2162.2 [55]
Oregon 87,494 2279.5 [55]
Pennsylvania 204,440 1607.5 [55]
Puerto Rico 26,773 719.3 [55]
Rhode Island 18,432 1751.2 [55]
South Carolina 121,544 2621.1 [55]
South Dakota 11,196 1371.1 [55]
Tennessee 153,729 2418.1 [55]
Texas 654,626 2592.2 [55]
Utah 67,242 2422.7 [55]
Vermont 10,373 1657.3 [55]
Virginia 145,990 1819.4 [55]
Washington 168,490 2498.8 [55]
West Virginia 28,104 1515.6 [55]
Wisconsin 107,993 1897.4 [55]
Wyoming 11,126 1970.8 [55]

Motor vehicle theft in 2010

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 10,780 225.3 [55]
Alaska 1,619 226.7 [55]
Arizona 21,733 338.9 [55]
Arkansas 5,561 190.3 [55]
California 152,524 408.5 [55]
Colorado 11,271 223.3 [55]
Connecticut 6,701 187.4 [55]
Delaware 1,935 215.0 [55]
District of Columbia 5,055 835.7 [55]
Florida 41,462 220.1 [55]
Georgia 30,341 312.4 [55]
Hawaii 5,280 387.3 [55]
Idaho 1,329 84.6 [55]
Illinois 28,911 225.1 [55]
Indiana 13,500 208.0 [55]
Iowa 3,800 124.6 [55]
Kansas 6,020 210.6 [55]
Kentucky 6,239 143.5 [55]
Louisiana 9,970 219.3 [55]
Maine 989 74.5 [55]
Maryland 18,027 311.6 [55]
Massachusetts 11,469 175.0 [55]
Michigan 27,408 277.5 [55]
Minnesota 8,587 161.7 [55]
Mississippi 5,359 180.4 [55]
Missouri 16,135 269.1 [55]
Montana 1,551 156.5 [55]
Nebraska 3,613 197.4 [55]
Nevada 10,185 376.6 [55]
New Hampshire 997 75.7 [55]
New Jersey 15,556 176.8 [55]
New Mexico 5,250 254.1 [55]
New York 20,639 106.4 [55]
North Carolina 18,319 191.6 [55]
North Dakota 873 129.4 [55]
Ohio 21,130 183.1 [55]
Oklahoma 10,313 274.3 [55]
Oregon 9,128 237.8 [55]
Pennsylvania 16,720 131.5 [55]
Puerto Rico 6,769 181.9 [55]
Rhode Island 2,403 228.3 [55]
South Carolina 13,293 286.7 [55]
South Dakota 800 98.0 [55]
Tennessee 14,833 233.3 [55]
Texas 68,023 269.4 [55]
Utah 5,979 215.4 [55]
Vermont 439 70.1 [55]
Virginia 10,609 132.2 [55]
Washington 25,744 381.8 [55]
West Virginia 2,419 130.4 [55]
Wisconsin 8,152 143.2 [55]
Wyoming 592 104.9 [55]

crime rate = number / population * 100,000

FBI calculates the crime rates by using population data published by U.S. Census Bureau in all years.

The crime rates in all states

Data Source