Crime Rates in the United States - 2012

Violent crime in 2012

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 21,693 450.3 [54]
Alaska 4,412 604.1 [54]
Arizona 28,077 428.6 [54]
Arkansas 13,851 469.6 [54]
California 160,944 423.5 [54]
Colorado 15,951 307.4 [54]
Connecticut 10,183 283.5 [54]
Delaware 5,048 550.5 [54]
District of Columbia 7,866 1241.8 [54]
Florida 94,087 487.0 [54]
Georgia 37,675 380.0 [54]
Hawaii 3,378 243.0 [54]
Idaho 3,348 209.8 [54]
Illinois 53,556 416.2 [54]
Indiana 22,544 344.8 [54]
Iowa 8,167 265.6 [54]
Kansas 10,292 356.7 [54]
Kentucky 9,852 224.9 [54]
Louisiana 22,839 496.3 [54]
Maine 1,626 122.4 [54]
Maryland 28,086 477.3 [54]
Massachusetts 27,047 407.0 [54]
Michigan 44,962 455.0 [54]
Minnesota 12,419 230.9 [54]
Mississippi 7,769 260.1 [54]
Missouri 27,189 451.3 [54]
Montana 2,803 278.8 [54]
Nebraska 4,802 258.8 [54]
Nevada 16,763 608.6 [54]
New Hampshire 2,841 215.0 [54]
New Jersey 25,727 290.1 [54]
New Mexico 11,660 559.6 [54]
New York 79,535 406.3 [54]
North Carolina 34,464 353.5 [54]
North Dakota 1,723 245.7 [54]
Ohio 34,827 301.5 [54]
Oklahoma 18,102 474.4 [54]
Oregon 9,638 247.1 [54]
Pennsylvania 45,384 355.5 [54]
Puerto Rico 10,041 275.0 [54]
Rhode Island 2,657 253.0 [54]
South Carolina 26,474 560.5 [54]
South Dakota 2,701 323.8 [54]
Tennessee 41,213 638.5 [54]
Texas 106,475 408.6 [54]
Utah 5,939 208.0 [54]
Vermont 891 142.3 [54]
Virginia 15,676 191.5 [54]
Washington 20,553 298.1 [54]
West Virginia 5,943 320.1 [54]
Wisconsin 16,254 283.9 [54]
Wyoming 1,161 201.3 [54]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2012

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 342 7.1 [54]
Alaska 30 4.1 [54]
Arizona 358 5.5 [54]
Arkansas 174 5.9 [54]
California 1,884 5.0 [54]
Colorado 152 2.9 [54]
Connecticut 117 3.3 [54]
Delaware 56 6.1 [54]
District of Columbia 88 13.9 [54]
Florida 1,009 5.2 [54]
Georgia 583 5.9 [54]
Hawaii 21 1.5 [54]
Idaho 30 1.9 [54]
Illinois 770 6.0 [54]
Indiana 307 4.7 [54]
Iowa 49 1.6 [54]
Kansas 85 2.9 [54]
Kentucky 201 4.6 [54]
Louisiana 489 10.6 [54]
Maine 26 2.0 [54]
Maryland 373 6.3 [54]
Massachusetts 121 1.8 [54]
Michigan 701 7.1 [54]
Minnesota 99 1.8 [54]
Mississippi 213 7.1 [54]
Missouri 390 6.5 [54]
Montana 29 2.9 [54]
Nebraska 52 2.8 [54]
Nevada 124 4.5 [54]
New Hampshire 15 1.1 [54]
New Jersey 388 4.4 [54]
New Mexico 116 5.6 [54]
New York 683 3.5 [54]
North Carolina 479 4.9 [54]
North Dakota 25 3.6 [54]
Ohio 478 4.1 [54]
Oklahoma 220 5.8 [54]
Oregon 91 2.3 [54]
Pennsylvania 707 5.5 [54]
Puerto Rico 978 26.8 [54]
Rhode Island 36 3.4 [54]
South Carolina 332 7.0 [54]
South Dakota 23 2.8 [54]
Tennessee 400 6.2 [54]
Texas 1,148 4.4 [54]
Utah 52 1.8 [54]
Vermont 8 1.3 [54]
Virginia 322 3.9 [54]
Washington 217 3.1 [54]
West Virginia 70 3.8 [54]
Wisconsin 169 3.0 [54]
Wyoming 14 2.4 [54]

Robbery in 2012

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 5,020 104.2 [54]
Alaska 630 86.3 [54]
Arizona 7,383 112.7 [54]
Arkansas 2,310 78.3 [54]
California 56,521 148.7 [54]
Colorado 3,392 65.4 [54]
Connecticut 3,709 103.3 [54]
Delaware 1,498 163.3 [54]
District of Columbia 4,037 637.3 [54]
Florida 23,889 123.6 [54]
Georgia 12,502 126.1 [54]
Hawaii 1,125 80.9 [54]
Idaho 243 15.2 [54]
Illinois 19,480 151.4 [54]
Indiana 6,601 101.0 [54]
Iowa 962 31.3 [54]
Kansas 1,493 51.7 [54]
Kentucky 3,547 81.0 [54]
Louisiana 5,458 118.6 [54]
Maine 420 31.6 [54]
Maryland 10,173 172.9 [54]
Massachusetts 6,555 98.6 [54]
Michigan 10,423 105.5 [54]
Minnesota 3,475 64.6 [54]
Mississippi 2,277 76.2 [54]
Missouri 5,782 96.0 [54]
Montana 202 20.1 [54]
Nebraska 1,128 60.8 [54]
Nevada 4,918 178.6 [54]
New Hampshire 471 35.6 [54]
New Jersey 11,385 128.4 [54]
New Mexico 1,847 88.6 [54]
New York 28,633 146.3 [54]
North Carolina 9,392 96.3 [54]
North Dakota 127 18.1 [54]
Ohio 15,396 133.3 [54]
Oklahoma 3,248 85.1 [54]
Oregon 2,419 62.0 [54]
Pennsylvania 15,735 123.3 [54]
Puerto Rico 6,298 172.5 [54]
Rhode Island 715 68.1 [54]
South Carolina 4,511 95.5 [54]
South Dakota 157 18.8 [54]
Tennessee 8,151 126.3 [54]
Texas 30,385 116.6 [54]
Utah 1,105 38.7 [54]
Vermont 114 18.2 [54]
Virginia 4,718 57.6 [54]
Washington 5,801 84.1 [54]
West Virginia 835 45.0 [54]
Wisconsin 4,692 82.0 [54]
Wyoming 61 10.6 [54]

Aggravated assault in 2012

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 15,035 312.1 [54]
Alaska 3,169 433.9 [54]
Arizona 18,054 275.6 [54]
Arkansas 10,134 343.5 [54]
California 94,702 249.2 [54]
Colorado 10,285 198.2 [54]
Connecticut 5,424 151.0 [54]
Delaware 3,245 353.9 [54]
District of Columbia 3,505 553.3 [54]
Florida 63,929 330.9 [54]
Georgia 22,447 226.4 [54]
Hawaii 1,953 140.5 [54]
Idaho 2,580 161.7 [54]
Illinois 29,725 231.0 [54]
Indiana 13,975 213.8 [54]
Iowa 6,255 203.4 [54]
Kansas 7,609 263.7 [54]
Kentucky 4,792 109.4 [54]
Louisiana 15,737 342.0 [54]
Maine 808 60.8 [54]
Maryland 16,303 277.0 [54]
Massachusetts 18,721 281.7 [54]
Michigan 29,203 295.5 [54]
Minnesota 7,207 134.0 [54]
Mississippi 4,460 149.3 [54]
Missouri 19,490 323.5 [54]
Montana 2,180 216.8 [54]
Nebraska 2,912 157.0 [54]
Nevada 10,790 391.7 [54]
New Hampshire 1,869 141.4 [54]
New Jersey 12,919 145.7 [54]
New Mexico 8,740 419.5 [54]
New York 47,382 242.0 [54]
North Carolina 22,609 231.9 [54]
North Dakota 1,292 184.2 [54]
Ohio 15,140 131.0 [54]
Oklahoma 13,012 341.0 [54]
Oregon 5,969 153.1 [54]
Pennsylvania 25,571 200.3 [54]
Puerto Rico 2,733 74.8 [54]
Rhode Island 1,614 153.7 [54]
South Carolina 19,919 421.7 [54]
South Dakota 1,921 230.3 [54]
Tennessee 30,615 474.3 [54]
Texas 67,227 258.0 [54]
Utah 3,807 133.4 [54]
Vermont 638 101.9 [54]
Virginia 9,131 111.5 [54]
Washington 12,285 178.2 [54]
West Virginia 4,623 249.0 [54]
Wisconsin 10,165 177.6 [54]
Wyoming 932 161.6 [54]

Property crime in 2012

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 168,878 3505.5 [54]
Alaska 20,037 2743.6 [54]
Arizona 231,701 3536.8 [54]
Arkansas 109,389 3708.3 [54]
California 1,049,465 2761.8 [54]
Colorado 139,355 2685.3 [54]
Connecticut 77,169 2148.5 [54]
Delaware 30,707 3348.4 [54]
District of Columbia 30,757 4855.7 [54]
Florida 632,988 3276.2 [54]
Georgia 339,473 3423.6 [54]
Hawaii 43,419 3123.5 [54]
Idaho 31,825 1994.6 [54]
Illinois 332,706 2585.5 [54]
Indiana 197,994 3028.5 [54]
Iowa 70,357 2288.0 [54]
Kansas 91,066 3156.1 [54]
Kentucky 112,800 2575.5 [54]
Louisiana 162,673 3534.7 [54]
Maine 33,398 2514.0 [54]
Maryland 162,309 2758.1 [54]
Massachusetts 143,325 2156.8 [54]
Michigan 249,249 2522.1 [54]
Minnesota 138,152 2568.1 [54]
Mississippi 83,933 2810.5 [54]
Missouri 199,813 3316.7 [54]
Montana 26,102 2595.9 [54]
Nebraska 51,203 2759.7 [54]
Nevada 77,510 2814.1 [54]
New Hampshire 32,074 2426.9 [54]
New Jersey 181,481 2046.5 [54]
New Mexico 75,094 3604.2 [54]
New York 375,268 1917.0 [54]
North Carolina 328,594 3370.8 [54]
North Dakota 14,297 2038.5 [54]
Ohio 370,435 3206.4 [54]
Oklahoma 130,969 3432.3 [54]
Oregon 126,417 3241.6 [54]
Pennsylvania 276,562 2166.7 [54]
Puerto Rico 51,679 1415.3 [54]
Rhode Island 27,039 2574.4 [54]
South Carolina 181,049 3833.0 [54]
South Dakota 17,326 2077.3 [54]
Tennessee 217,925 3376.1 [54]
Texas 876,459 3363.1 [54]
Utah 86,284 3022.3 [54]
Vermont 15,653 2500.7 [54]
Virginia 178,434 2179.6 [54]
Washington 254,377 3689.1 [54]
West Virginia 44,500 2396.8 [54]
Wisconsin 140,780 2459.2 [54]
Wyoming 13,222 2293.0 [54]

Burglary in 2012

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 47,481 985.6 [54]
Alaska 2,950 403.9 [54]
Arizona 52,911 807.7 [54]
Arkansas 32,673 1107.6 [54]
California 245,767 646.8 [54]
Colorado 26,163 504.2 [54]
Connecticut 14,787 411.7 [54]
Delaware 7,389 805.7 [54]
District of Columbia 3,519 555.5 [54]
Florida 153,563 794.8 [54]
Georgia 86,992 877.3 [54]
Hawaii 7,653 550.5 [54]
Idaho 7,240 453.8 [54]
Illinois 71,100 552.5 [54]
Indiana 47,689 729.4 [54]
Iowa 17,201 559.4 [54]
Kansas 18,874 654.1 [54]
Kentucky 29,877 682.2 [54]
Louisiana 42,037 913.4 [54]
Maine 7,476 562.7 [54]
Maryland 33,803 574.4 [54]
Massachusetts 34,635 521.2 [54]
Michigan 65,560 663.4 [54]
Minnesota 25,378 471.7 [54]
Mississippi 28,084 940.4 [54]
Missouri 42,510 705.6 [54]
Montana 3,920 389.9 [54]
Nebraska 8,745 471.3 [54]
Nevada 22,120 803.1 [54]
New Hampshire 5,988 453.1 [54]
New Jersey 42,338 477.4 [54]
New Mexico 21,384 1026.3 [54]
New York 64,389 328.9 [54]
North Carolina 99,323 1018.9 [54]
North Dakota 2,429 346.3 [54]
Ohio 105,312 911.6 [54]
Oklahoma 36,094 945.9 [54]
Oregon 22,051 565.4 [54]
Pennsylvania 57,040 446.9 [54]
Puerto Rico 15,287 418.6 [54]
Rhode Island 5,929 564.5 [54]
South Carolina 45,222 957.4 [54]
South Dakota 3,280 393.3 [54]
Tennessee 56,231 871.1 [54]
Texas 205,002 786.6 [54]
Utah 13,095 458.7 [54]
Vermont 4,179 667.6 [54]
Virginia 29,651 362.2 [54]
Washington 61,376 890.1 [54]
West Virginia 11,466 617.6 [54]
Wisconsin 27,931 487.9 [54]
Wyoming 2,125 368.5 [54]

Larceny theft in 2012

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 111,523 2314.9 [54]
Alaska 15,565 2131.3 [54]
Arizona 159,808 2439.4 [54]
Arkansas 70,982 2406.3 [54]
California 635,090 1671.3 [54]
Colorado 101,091 1948.0 [54]
Connecticut 55,904 1556.4 [54]
Delaware 21,880 2385.9 [54]
District of Columbia 23,575 3721.8 [54]
Florida 442,095 2288.2 [54]
Georgia 223,875 2257.8 [54]
Hawaii 31,901 2294.9 [54]
Idaho 23,203 1454.2 [54]
Illinois 235,314 1828.6 [54]
Indiana 136,668 2090.4 [54]
Iowa 49,116 1597.2 [54]
Kansas 65,413 2267.0 [54]
Kentucky 76,199 1739.8 [54]
Louisiana 112,764 2450.3 [54]
Maine 24,931 1876.6 [54]
Maryland 113,550 1929.5 [54]
Massachusetts 99,453 1496.6 [54]
Michigan 158,609 1604.9 [54]
Minnesota 104,316 1939.1 [54]
Mississippi 51,520 1725.1 [54]
Missouri 140,971 2340.0 [54]
Montana 20,484 2037.2 [54]
Nebraska 38,301 2064.4 [54]
Nevada 45,372 1647.3 [54]
New Hampshire 25,024 1893.4 [54]
New Jersey 122,662 1383.2 [54]
New Mexico 48,247 2315.6 [54]
New York 293,562 1499.6 [54]
North Carolina 213,151 2186.5 [54]
North Dakota 10,687 1523.8 [54]
Ohio 245,372 2123.9 [54]
Oklahoma 83,131 2178.6 [54]
Oregon 94,114 2413.3 [54]
Pennsylvania 204,409 1601.4 [54]
Puerto Rico 30,545 836.5 [54]
Rhode Island 18,478 1759.3 [54]
South Carolina 122,340 2590.1 [54]
South Dakota 12,973 1555.4 [54]
Tennessee 148,731 2304.2 [54]
Texas 606,425 2327.0 [54]
Utah 67,157 2352.4 [54]
Vermont 11,014 1759.6 [54]
Virginia 139,654 1705.9 [54]
Washington 166,338 2412.3 [54]
West Virginia 30,800 1658.9 [54]
Wisconsin 104,619 1827.5 [54]
Wyoming 10,513 1823.2 [54]

Motor vehicle theft in 2012

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 9,874 205.0 [54]
Alaska 1,522 208.4 [54]
Arizona 18,982 289.8 [54]
Arkansas 5,734 194.4 [54]
California 168,608 443.7 [54]
Colorado 12,101 233.2 [54]
Connecticut 6,478 180.4 [54]
Delaware 1,438 156.8 [54]
District of Columbia 3,663 578.3 [54]
Florida 37,330 193.2 [54]
Georgia 28,606 288.5 [54]
Hawaii 3,865 278.0 [54]
Idaho 1,382 86.6 [54]
Illinois 26,292 204.3 [54]
Indiana 13,637 208.6 [54]
Iowa 4,040 131.4 [54]
Kansas 6,779 234.9 [54]
Kentucky 6,724 153.5 [54]
Louisiana 7,872 171.1 [54]
Maine 991 74.6 [54]
Maryland 14,956 254.1 [54]
Massachusetts 9,237 139.0 [54]
Michigan 25,080 253.8 [54]
Minnesota 8,458 157.2 [54]
Mississippi 4,329 145.0 [54]
Missouri 16,332 271.1 [54]
Montana 1,698 168.9 [54]
Nebraska 4,157 224.1 [54]
Nevada 10,018 363.7 [54]
New Hampshire 1,062 80.4 [54]
New Jersey 16,481 185.9 [54]
New Mexico 5,463 262.2 [54]
New York 17,317 88.5 [54]
North Carolina 16,120 165.4 [54]
North Dakota 1,181 168.4 [54]
Ohio 19,751 171.0 [54]
Oklahoma 11,744 307.8 [54]
Oregon 10,252 262.9 [54]
Pennsylvania 15,113 118.4 [54]
Puerto Rico 5,847 160.1 [54]
Rhode Island 2,632 250.6 [54]
South Carolina 13,487 285.5 [54]
South Dakota 1,073 128.6 [54]
Tennessee 12,963 200.8 [54]
Texas 65,032 249.5 [54]
Utah 6,032 211.3 [54]
Vermont 460 73.5 [54]
Virginia 9,129 111.5 [54]
Washington 26,663 386.7 [54]
West Virginia 2,234 120.3 [54]
Wisconsin 8,230 143.8 [54]
Wyoming 584 101.3 [54]

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