Crime Rates in the United States - 2011

Violent crime in 2011

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 20,174 420.1 [55]
Alaska 4,383 606.5 [55]
Arizona 26,311 405.9 [55]
Arkansas 14,129 480.9 [55]
California 154,944 411.1 [55]
Colorado 16,383 320.2 [55]
Connecticut 9,767 272.8 [55]
Delaware 5,075 559.5 [55]
District of Columbia 7,429 1202.1 [55]
Florida 98,199 515.3 [55]
Georgia 36,634 373.2 [55]
Hawaii 3,949 287.2 [55]
Idaho 3,184 200.9 [55]
Illinois 55,247 429.3 [55]
Indiana 21,626 331.8 [55]
Iowa 7,826 255.6 [55]
Kansas 10,162 353.9 [55]
Kentucky 10,406 238.2 [55]
Louisiana 25,406 555.3 [55]
Maine 1,636 123.2 [55]
Maryland 28,797 494.1 [55]
Massachusetts 28,219 428.4 [55]
Michigan 43,983 445.3 [55]
Minnesota 11,825 221.2 [55]
Mississippi 8,036 269.8 [55]
Missouri 26,889 447.4 [55]
Montana 2,670 267.5 [55]
Nebraska 4,665 253.2 [55]
Nevada 15,309 562.1 [55]
New Hampshire 2,478 188.0 [55]
New Jersey 27,203 308.4 [55]
New Mexico 11,817 567.5 [55]
New York 77,490 398.1 [55]
North Carolina 33,774 349.8 [55]
North Dakota 1,689 247.0 [55]
Ohio 35,484 307.4 [55]
Oklahoma 17,243 454.8 [55]
Oregon 9,586 247.6 [55]
Pennsylvania 45,240 355.0 [55]
Puerto Rico 10,540 284.4 [55]
Rhode Island 2,602 247.5 [55]
South Carolina 26,760 571.9 [55]
South Dakota 2,094 254.1 [55]
Tennessee 38,944 608.2 [55]
Texas 104,873 408.5 [55]
Utah 5,494 195.0 [55]
Vermont 847 135.2 [55]
Virginia 15,923 196.7 [55]
Washington 20,121 294.6 [55]
West Virginia 5,861 315.9 [55]
Wisconsin 13,532 236.9 [55]
Wyoming 1,246 219.3 [55]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2011

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 301 6.3 [55]
Alaska 29 4.0 [55]
Arizona 405 6.2 [55]
Arkansas 162 5.5 [55]
California 1,792 4.8 [55]
Colorado 149 2.9 [55]
Connecticut 128 3.6 [55]
Delaware 41 4.5 [55]
District of Columbia 108 17.5 [55]
Florida 984 5.2 [55]
Georgia 554 5.6 [55]
Hawaii 17 1.2 [55]
Idaho 36 2.3 [55]
Illinois 721 5.6 [55]
Indiana 312 4.8 [55]
Iowa 46 1.5 [55]
Kansas 110 3.8 [55]
Kentucky 153 3.5 [55]
Louisiana 513 11.2 [55]
Maine 26 2.0 [55]
Maryland 398 6.8 [55]
Massachusetts 185 2.8 [55]
Michigan 613 6.2 [55]
Minnesota 74 1.4 [55]
Mississippi 239 8.0 [55]
Missouri 366 6.1 [55]
Montana 28 2.8 [55]
Nebraska 67 3.6 [55]
Nevada 141 5.2 [55]
New Hampshire 17 1.3 [55]
New Jersey 380 4.3 [55]
New Mexico 156 7.5 [55]
New York 774 4.0 [55]
North Carolina 508 5.3 [55]
North Dakota 24 3.5 [55]
Ohio 513 4.4 [55]
Oklahoma 208 5.5 [55]
Oregon 82 2.1 [55]
Pennsylvania 637 5.0 [55]
Puerto Rico 1,136 30.6 [55]
Rhode Island 14 1.3 [55]
South Carolina 320 6.8 [55]
South Dakota 21 2.5 [55]
Tennessee 373 5.8 [55]
Texas 1,126 4.4 [55]
Utah 54 1.9 [55]
Vermont 8 1.3 [55]
Virginia 303 3.7 [55]
Washington 162 2.4 [55]
West Virginia 80 4.3 [55]
Wisconsin 136 2.4 [55]
Wyoming 18 3.2 [55]

Robbery in 2011

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,910 102.2 [55]
Alaska 576 79.7 [55]
Arizona 7,127 109.9 [55]
Arkansas 2,428 82.6 [55]
California 54,292 144.0 [55]
Colorado 3,306 64.6 [55]
Connecticut 3,677 102.7 [55]
Delaware 1,538 169.5 [55]
District of Columbia 4,093 662.3 [55]
Florida 25,622 134.4 [55]
Georgia 12,148 123.8 [55]
Hawaii 1,042 75.8 [55]
Idaho 184 11.6 [55]
Illinois 20,254 157.4 [55]
Indiana 6,978 107.1 [55]
Iowa 825 26.9 [55]
Kansas 1,459 50.8 [55]
Kentucky 3,693 84.5 [55]
Louisiana 5,239 114.5 [55]
Maine 369 27.8 [55]
Maryland 10,343 177.5 [55]
Massachusetts 6,768 102.7 [55]
Michigan 10,393 105.2 [55]
Minnesota 3,386 63.4 [55]
Mississippi 2,492 83.7 [55]
Missouri 6,269 104.3 [55]
Montana 169 16.9 [55]
Nebraska 997 54.1 [55]
Nevada 4,299 157.9 [55]
New Hampshire 474 36.0 [55]
New Jersey 12,209 138.4 [55]
New Mexico 1,722 82.7 [55]
New York 28,396 145.9 [55]
North Carolina 9,550 98.9 [55]
North Dakota 91 13.3 [55]
Ohio 16,057 139.1 [55]
Oklahoma 3,282 86.6 [55]
Oregon 2,222 57.4 [55]
Pennsylvania 16,131 126.6 [55]
Puerto Rico 6,465 174.4 [55]
Rhode Island 746 71.0 [55]
South Carolina 4,313 92.2 [55]
South Dakota 167 20.3 [55]
Tennessee 8,081 126.2 [55]
Texas 28,395 110.6 [55]
Utah 1,081 38.4 [55]
Vermont 85 13.6 [55]
Virginia 5,430 67.1 [55]
Washington 5,638 82.5 [55]
West Virginia 910 49.0 [55]
Wisconsin 4,469 78.2 [55]
Wyoming 71 12.5 [55]

Aggravated assault in 2011

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 13,592 283.0 [55]
Alaska 3,358 464.6 [55]
Arizona 16,515 254.8 [55]
Arkansas 10,326 351.5 [55]
California 91,197 242.0 [55]
Colorado 10,650 208.1 [55]
Connecticut 5,276 147.3 [55]
Delaware 3,207 353.5 [55]
District of Columbia 3,055 494.3 [55]
Florida 66,319 348.0 [55]
Georgia 21,879 222.9 [55]
Hawaii 2,456 178.6 [55]
Idaho 2,529 159.6 [55]
Illinois 30,564 237.5 [55]
Indiana 12,579 193.0 [55]
Iowa 6,121 199.9 [55]
Kansas 7,508 261.5 [55]
Kentucky 5,097 116.7 [55]
Louisiana 18,386 401.9 [55]
Maine 848 63.8 [55]
Maryland 16,862 289.3 [55]
Massachusetts 19,638 298.1 [55]
Michigan 28,630 289.9 [55]
Minnesota 6,701 125.4 [55]
Mississippi 4,440 149.1 [55]
Missouri 18,796 312.7 [55]
Montana 2,116 212.0 [55]
Nebraska 2,906 157.7 [55]
Nevada 9,957 365.6 [55]
New Hampshire 1,558 118.2 [55]
New Jersey 13,608 154.3 [55]
New Mexico 9,082 436.2 [55]
New York 45,568 234.1 [55]
North Carolina 21,721 224.9 [55]
North Dakota 1,315 192.3 [55]
Ohio 15,283 132.4 [55]
Oklahoma 12,350 325.7 [55]
Oregon 6,065 156.6 [55]
Pennsylvania 25,148 197.3 [55]
Puerto Rico 2,894 78.1 [55]
Rhode Island 1,538 146.3 [55]
South Carolina 20,515 438.4 [55]
South Dakota 1,410 171.1 [55]
Tennessee 28,466 444.5 [55]
Texas 67,913 264.5 [55]
Utah 3,505 124.4 [55]
Vermont 635 101.4 [55]
Virginia 8,654 106.9 [55]
Washington 12,031 176.1 [55]
West Virginia 4,483 241.6 [55]
Wisconsin 7,764 135.9 [55]
Wyoming 1,011 177.9 [55]

Property crime in 2011

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 173,190 3606.1 [55]
Alaska 19,028 2632.8 [55]
Arizona 230,422 3554.5 [55]
Arkansas 110,295 3754.1 [55]
California 973,901 2583.8 [55]
Colorado 133,361 2606.3 [55]
Connecticut 77,609 2167.4 [55]
Delaware 30,939 3410.6 [55]
District of Columbia 29,636 4795.5 [55]
Florida 671,200 3522.0 [55]
Georgia 355,952 3626.5 [55]
Hawaii 45,889 3337.8 [55]
Idaho 32,787 2068.6 [55]
Illinois 346,025 2688.8 [55]
Indiana 206,055 3161.8 [55]
Iowa 71,361 2330.3 [55]
Kansas 88,438 3080.1 [55]
Kentucky 118,358 2708.8 [55]
Louisiana 168,744 3688.5 [55]
Maine 33,809 2545.5 [55]
Maryland 166,699 2860.2 [55]
Massachusetts 148,790 2258.7 [55]
Michigan 257,979 2612.1 [55]
Minnesota 136,264 2549.4 [55]
Mississippi 90,115 3025.5 [55]
Missouri 198,882 3308.8 [55]
Montana 23,155 2319.7 [55]
Nebraska 50,726 2752.9 [55]
Nevada 69,731 2560.5 [55]
New Hampshire 30,106 2283.9 [55]
New Jersey 189,719 2150.7 [55]
New Mexico 73,534 3531.5 [55]
New York 372,255 1912.4 [55]
North Carolina 340,562 3526.8 [55]
North Dakota 13,246 1936.7 [55]
Ohio 387,297 3354.7 [55]
Oklahoma 127,252 3356.2 [55]
Oregon 120,594 3114.6 [55]
Pennsylvania 283,179 2222.3 [55]
Puerto Rico 51,717 1395.2 [55]
Rhode Island 28,141 2676.8 [55]
South Carolina 182,685 3904.2 [55]
South Dakota 14,979 1817.7 [55]
Tennessee 230,261 3595.9 [55]
Texas 891,499 3472.3 [55]
Utah 83,758 2973.1 [55]
Vermont 14,464 2309.0 [55]
Virginia 182,141 2249.6 [55]
Washington 244,146 3574.6 [55]
West Virginia 42,189 2273.9 [55]
Wisconsin 138,949 2432.7 [55]
Wyoming 12,877 2266.4 [55]

Burglary in 2011

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 51,117 1064.3 [55]
Alaska 2,826 391.0 [55]
Arizona 54,929 847.3 [55]
Arkansas 34,471 1173.3 [55]
California 230,090 610.4 [55]
Colorado 25,768 503.6 [55]
Connecticut 15,679 437.9 [55]
Delaware 7,531 830.2 [55]
District of Columbia 3,850 623.0 [55]
Florida 170,171 892.9 [55]
Georgia 95,657 974.6 [55]
Hawaii 10,008 728.0 [55]
Idaho 6,920 436.6 [55]
Illinois 77,746 604.1 [55]
Indiana 50,551 775.7 [55]
Iowa 17,400 568.2 [55]
Kansas 18,789 654.4 [55]
Kentucky 32,553 745.0 [55]
Louisiana 46,320 1012.5 [55]
Maine 7,854 591.3 [55]
Maryland 35,784 614.0 [55]
Massachusetts 36,533 554.6 [55]
Michigan 71,596 724.9 [55]
Minnesota 25,724 481.3 [55]
Mississippi 30,907 1037.7 [55]
Missouri 44,822 745.7 [55]
Montana 3,390 339.6 [55]
Nebraska 8,714 472.9 [55]
Nevada 20,214 742.3 [55]
New Hampshire 5,749 436.1 [55]
New Jersey 43,238 490.2 [55]
New Mexico 21,423 1028.9 [55]
New York 65,397 336.0 [55]
North Carolina 106,144 1099.2 [55]
North Dakota 2,433 355.7 [55]
Ohio 112,709 976.3 [55]
Oklahoma 36,341 958.5 [55]
Oregon 20,448 528.1 [55]
Pennsylvania 57,850 454.0 [55]
Puerto Rico 16,591 447.6 [55]
Rhode Island 6,964 662.4 [55]
South Carolina 46,921 1002.8 [55]
South Dakota 2,899 351.8 [55]
Tennessee 62,749 979.9 [55]
Texas 215,223 838.3 [55]
Utah 13,122 465.8 [55]
Vermont 3,643 581.5 [55]
Virginia 30,597 377.9 [55]
Washington 56,532 827.7 [55]
West Virginia 11,192 603.2 [55]
Wisconsin 26,654 466.7 [55]
Wyoming 1,863 327.9 [55]

Larceny theft in 2011

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 111,411 2319.7 [55]
Alaska 14,859 2056.0 [55]
Arizona 155,664 2401.3 [55]
Arkansas 70,012 2383.0 [55]
California 596,963 1583.8 [55]
Colorado 96,546 1886.8 [55]
Connecticut 55,218 1542.1 [55]
Delaware 21,878 2411.8 [55]
District of Columbia 21,330 3451.5 [55]
Florida 461,408 2421.1 [55]
Georgia 230,820 2351.7 [55]
Hawaii 31,697 2305.6 [55]
Idaho 24,534 1547.9 [55]
Illinois 239,510 1861.1 [55]
Indiana 140,688 2158.8 [55]
Iowa 50,025 1633.6 [55]
Kansas 62,972 2193.2 [55]
Kentucky 79,132 1811.1 [55]
Louisiana 113,301 2476.6 [55]
Maine 24,877 1873.0 [55]
Maryland 114,847 1970.5 [55]
Massachusetts 101,471 1540.3 [55]
Michigan 160,887 1629.0 [55]
Minnesota 102,358 1915.1 [55]
Mississippi 54,283 1822.5 [55]
Missouri 138,743 2308.3 [55]
Montana 18,307 1834.0 [55]
Nebraska 37,909 2057.3 [55]
Nevada 40,032 1470.0 [55]
New Hampshire 23,383 1773.9 [55]
New Jersey 129,066 1463.1 [55]
New Mexico 46,703 2242.9 [55]
New York 287,547 1477.2 [55]
North Carolina 217,386 2251.2 [55]
North Dakota 9,833 1437.7 [55]
Ohio 253,520 2195.9 [55]
Oklahoma 79,880 2106.8 [55]
Oregon 91,099 2352.8 [55]
Pennsylvania 208,485 1636.1 [55]
Puerto Rico 29,273 789.7 [55]
Rhode Island 18,890 1796.8 [55]
South Carolina 122,100 2609.4 [55]
South Dakota 11,134 1351.1 [55]
Tennessee 153,476 2396.8 [55]
Texas 612,938 2387.3 [55]
Utah 64,453 2287.8 [55]
Vermont 10,322 1647.7 [55]
Virginia 141,820 1751.6 [55]
Washington 162,779 2383.3 [55]
West Virginia 28,743 1549.2 [55]
Wisconsin 104,063 1821.9 [55]
Wyoming 10,493 1846.8 [55]

Motor vehicle theft in 2011

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 10,662 222.0 [55]
Alaska 1,343 185.8 [55]
Arizona 19,829 305.9 [55]
Arkansas 5,812 197.8 [55]
California 146,848 389.6 [55]
Colorado 11,047 215.9 [55]
Connecticut 6,712 187.4 [55]
Delaware 1,530 168.7 [55]
District of Columbia 4,456 721.0 [55]
Florida 39,621 207.9 [55]
Georgia 29,475 300.3 [55]
Hawaii 4,184 304.3 [55]
Idaho 1,333 84.1 [55]
Illinois 28,769 223.5 [55]
Indiana 14,816 227.3 [55]
Iowa 3,936 128.5 [55]
Kansas 6,677 232.5 [55]
Kentucky 6,673 152.7 [55]
Louisiana 9,123 199.4 [55]
Maine 1,078 81.2 [55]
Maryland 16,068 275.7 [55]
Massachusetts 10,786 163.7 [55]
Michigan 25,496 258.2 [55]
Minnesota 8,182 153.1 [55]
Mississippi 4,925 165.4 [55]
Missouri 15,317 254.8 [55]
Montana 1,458 146.1 [55]
Nebraska 4,103 222.7 [55]
Nevada 9,485 348.3 [55]
New Hampshire 974 73.9 [55]
New Jersey 17,415 197.4 [55]
New Mexico 5,408 259.7 [55]
New York 19,311 99.2 [55]
North Carolina 17,032 176.4 [55]
North Dakota 980 143.3 [55]
Ohio 21,068 182.5 [55]
Oklahoma 11,031 290.9 [55]
Oregon 9,047 233.7 [55]
Pennsylvania 16,844 132.2 [55]
Puerto Rico 5,853 157.9 [55]
Rhode Island 2,287 217.5 [55]
South Carolina 13,664 292.0 [55]
South Dakota 946 114.8 [55]
Tennessee 14,036 219.2 [55]
Texas 63,338 246.7 [55]
Utah 6,183 219.5 [55]
Vermont 499 79.7 [55]
Virginia 9,724 120.1 [55]
Washington 24,835 363.6 [55]
West Virginia 2,254 121.5 [55]
Wisconsin 8,232 144.1 [55]
Wyoming 521 91.7 [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

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