Crime Rates in the United States - 2013

Violent crime in 2013

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 20,210 418.1 [54]
Alaska 4,430 602.6 [54]
Arizona 26,892 405.8 [54]
Arkansas 13,191 445.7 [54]
California 151,879 396.2 [54]
Colorado 15,342 291.2 [54]
Connecticut 9,153 254.5 [54]
Delaware 4,435 479.1 [54]
District of Columbia 8,287 1281.9 [54]
Florida 89,948 460.0 [54]
Georgia 35,943 359.7 [54]
Hawaii 3,444 245.3 [54]
Idaho 3,300 204.7 [54]
Illinois 47,987 372.5 [54]
Indiana 22,991 349.9 [54]
Iowa 8,062 260.9 [54]
Kansas 9,478 327.5 [54]
Kentucky 8,737 198.8 [54]
Louisiana 23,609 510.4 [54]
Maine 1,615 121.6 [54]
Maryland 27,734 467.8 [54]
Massachusetts 27,038 404.0 [54]
Michigan 42,536 429.8 [54]
Minnesota 12,100 223.2 [54]
Mississippi 7,999 267.4 [54]
Missouri 25,509 422.0 [54]
Montana 2,444 240.7 [54]
Nebraska 4,712 252.2 [54]
Nevada 16,496 591.2 [54]
New Hampshire 2,642 199.6 [54]
New Jersey 25,415 285.6 [54]
New Mexico 12,443 596.7 [54]
New York 76,596 389.8 [54]
North Carolina 33,152 336.6 [54]
North Dakota 1,854 256.3 [54]
Ohio 31,904 275.7 [54]
Oklahoma 16,484 428.1 [54]
Oregon 9,546 242.9 [54]
Pennsylvania 41,713 326.6 [54]
Puerto Rico 9,320 257.8 [54]
Rhode Island 2,572 244.6 [54]
South Carolina 23,625 494.8 [54]
South Dakota 2,524 298.7 [54]
Tennessee 37,655 579.7 [54]
Texas 105,736 399.8 [54]
Utah 6,070 209.2 [54]
Vermont 720 114.9 [54]
Virginia 15,524 187.9 [54]
Washington 19,377 277.9 [54]
West Virginia 5,371 289.7 [54]
Wisconsin 15,570 271.1 [54]
Wyoming 1,152 197.7 [54]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2013

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 347 7.2 [54]
Alaska 34 4.6 [54]
Arizona 357 5.4 [54]
Arkansas 159 5.4 [54]
California 1,746 4.6 [54]
Colorado 178 3.4 [54]
Connecticut 86 2.4 [54]
Delaware 39 4.2 [54]
District of Columbia 103 15.9 [54]
Florida 972 5.0 [54]
Georgia 556 5.6 [54]
Hawaii 21 1.5 [54]
Idaho 27 1.7 [54]
Illinois 706 5.5 [54]
Indiana 355 5.4 [54]
Iowa 43 1.4 [54]
Kansas 112 3.9 [54]
Kentucky 167 3.8 [54]
Louisiana 498 10.8 [54]
Maine 24 1.8 [54]
Maryland 381 6.4 [54]
Massachusetts 137 2.0 [54]
Michigan 631 6.4 [54]
Minnesota 114 2.1 [54]
Mississippi 195 6.5 [54]
Missouri 371 6.1 [54]
Montana 22 2.2 [54]
Nebraska 57 3.1 [54]
Nevada 163 5.8 [54]
New Hampshire 22 1.7 [54]
New Jersey 401 4.5 [54]
New Mexico 125 6.0 [54]
New York 648 3.3 [54]
North Carolina 469 4.8 [54]
North Dakota 16 2.2 [54]
Ohio 455 3.9 [54]
Oklahoma 195 5.1 [54]
Oregon 80 2.0 [54]
Pennsylvania 594 4.7 [54]
Puerto Rico 883 24.4 [54]
Rhode Island 31 2.9 [54]
South Carolina 297 6.2 [54]
South Dakota 20 2.4 [54]
Tennessee 328 5.0 [54]
Texas 1,139 4.3 [54]
Utah 49 1.7 [54]
Vermont 10 1.6 [54]
Virginia 316 3.8 [54]
Washington 160 2.3 [54]
West Virginia 61 3.3 [54]
Wisconsin 162 2.8 [54]
Wyoming 17 2.9 [54]

Robbery in 2013

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,648 96.2 [54]
Alaska 624 84.9 [54]
Arizona 6,702 101.1 [54]
Arkansas 2,258 76.3 [54]
California 53,640 139.9 [54]
Colorado 3,151 59.8 [54]
Connecticut 3,530 98.2 [54]
Delaware 1,226 132.4 [54]
District of Columbia 4,078 630.8 [54]
Florida 23,200 118.7 [54]
Georgia 12,488 125.0 [54]
Hawaii 1,131 80.6 [54]
Idaho 220 13.6 [54]
Illinois 17,722 137.6 [54]
Indiana 7,108 108.2 [54]
Iowa 939 30.4 [54]
Kansas 1,350 46.6 [54]
Kentucky 3,246 73.9 [54]
Louisiana 5,548 119.9 [54]
Maine 335 25.2 [54]
Maryland 10,048 169.5 [54]
Massachusetts 6,706 100.2 [54]
Michigan 10,105 102.1 [54]
Minnesota 3,674 67.8 [54]
Mississippi 2,409 80.5 [54]
Missouri 5,484 90.7 [54]
Montana 204 20.1 [54]
Nebraska 1,040 55.7 [54]
Nevada 5,183 185.8 [54]
New Hampshire 649 49.0 [54]
New Jersey 12,082 135.8 [54]
New Mexico 1,810 86.8 [54]
New York 27,241 138.6 [54]
North Carolina 9,349 94.9 [54]
North Dakota 162 22.4 [54]
Ohio 14,368 124.2 [54]
Oklahoma 3,031 78.7 [54]
Oregon 2,397 61.0 [54]
Pennsylvania 14,762 115.6 [54]
Puerto Rico 6,016 166.4 [54]
Rhode Island 684 65.0 [54]
South Carolina 3,972 83.2 [54]
South Dakota 159 18.8 [54]
Tennessee 7,307 112.5 [54]
Texas 31,801 120.2 [54]
Utah 1,243 42.8 [54]
Vermont 73 11.6 [54]
Virginia 4,565 55.3 [54]
Washington 5,819 83.5 [54]
West Virginia 651 35.1 [54]
Wisconsin 4,834 84.2 [54]
Wyoming 75 12.9 [54]

Aggravated assault in 2013

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 13,787 285.2 [54]
Alaska 3,128 425.5 [54]
Arizona 17,490 263.9 [54]
Arkansas 9,781 330.5 [54]
California 89,029 232.3 [54]
Colorado 9,963 189.1 [54]
Connecticut 4,869 135.4 [54]
Delaware 2,904 313.7 [54]
District of Columbia 3,830 592.5 [54]
Florida 61,054 312.3 [54]
Georgia 20,915 209.3 [54]
Hawaii 1,996 142.2 [54]
Idaho 2,596 161.0 [54]
Illinois 26,283 204.0 [54]
Indiana 13,882 211.3 [54]
Iowa 6,323 204.6 [54]
Kansas 7,181 248.1 [54]
Kentucky 4,198 95.5 [54]
Louisiana 16,319 352.8 [54]
Maine 912 68.7 [54]
Maryland 16,128 272.0 [54]
Massachusetts 18,106 270.5 [54]
Michigan 27,194 274.8 [54]
Minnesota 6,909 127.5 [54]
Mississippi 4,680 156.5 [54]
Missouri 18,055 298.7 [54]
Montana 1,931 190.2 [54]
Nebraska 2,999 160.5 [54]
Nevada 10,060 360.6 [54]
New Hampshire 1,492 112.7 [54]
New Jersey 12,071 135.6 [54]
New Mexico 9,382 449.9 [54]
New York 46,130 234.7 [54]
North Carolina 21,513 218.4 [54]
North Dakota 1,446 199.9 [54]
Ohio 14,257 123.2 [54]
Oklahoma 11,583 300.8 [54]
Oregon 5,610 142.7 [54]
Pennsylvania 23,719 185.7 [54]
Puerto Rico 2,395 66.3 [54]
Rhode Island 1,550 147.4 [54]
South Carolina 17,838 373.6 [54]
South Dakota 1,996 236.2 [54]
Tennessee 28,378 436.9 [54]
Texas 65,292 246.9 [54]
Utah 3,784 130.4 [54]
Vermont 546 87.1 [54]
Virginia 9,062 109.7 [54]
Washington 11,601 166.4 [54]
West Virginia 4,203 226.7 [54]
Wisconsin 9,278 161.6 [54]
Wyoming 916 157.2 [54]

Property crime in 2013

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 161,993 3351.3 [54]
Alaska 21,210 2885.2 [54]
Arizona 225,243 3399.1 [54]
Arkansas 106,613 3602.6 [54]
California 1,018,907 2658.1 [54]
Colorado 140,057 2658.5 [54]
Connecticut 70,990 1974.1 [54]
Delaware 28,379 3065.5 [54]
District of Columbia 31,083 4808.3 [54]
Florida 607,172 3105.3 [54]
Georgia 334,399 3346.6 [54]
Hawaii 42,875 3053.7 [54]
Idaho 30,055 1864.3 [54]
Illinois 292,983 2274.3 [54]
Indiana 187,536 2854.0 [54]
Iowa 67,800 2193.9 [54]
Kansas 85,280 2946.8 [54]
Kentucky 103,857 2362.9 [54]
Louisiana 165,686 3582.0 [54]
Maine 30,447 2292.2 [54]
Maryland 157,913 2663.5 [54]
Massachusetts 137,285 2051.2 [54]
Michigan 230,334 2327.6 [54]
Minnesota 131,195 2420.4 [54]
Mississippi 81,500 2724.7 [54]
Missouri 189,606 3137.0 [54]
Montana 25,953 2556.5 [54]
Nebraska 49,018 2623.4 [54]
Nevada 79,177 2837.7 [54]
New Hampshire 29,040 2194.3 [54]
New Jersey 167,556 1882.8 [54]
New Mexico 77,256 3704.8 [54]
New York 358,598 1824.8 [54]
North Carolina 308,049 3128.0 [54]
North Dakota 15,148 2094.0 [54]
Ohio 338,731 2927.5 [54]
Oklahoma 126,057 3273.7 [54]
Oregon 124,737 3173.9 [54]
Pennsylvania 263,240 2060.8 [54]
Puerto Rico 48,851 1351.3 [54]
Rhode Island 25,678 2442.0 [54]
South Carolina 173,049 3624.2 [54]
South Dakota 16,177 1914.7 [54]
Tennessee 206,629 3180.9 [54]
Texas 861,734 3258.2 [54]
Utah 85,586 2950.4 [54]
Vermont 13,875 2214.2 [54]
Virginia 170,654 2065.9 [54]
Washington 258,662 3710.3 [54]
West Virginia 39,013 2103.9 [54]
Wisconsin 125,688 2188.7 [54]
Wyoming 12,809 2198.4 [54]

Burglary in 2013

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 42,429 877.8 [54]
Alaska 2,916 396.7 [54]
Arizona 48,533 732.4 [54]
Arkansas 30,485 1030.1 [54]
California 232,058 605.4 [54]
Colorado 25,081 476.1 [54]
Connecticut 12,892 358.5 [54]
Delaware 6,131 662.3 [54]
District of Columbia 3,316 513.0 [54]
Florida 138,916 710.5 [54]
Georgia 82,258 823.2 [54]
Hawaii 7,533 536.5 [54]
Idaho 6,640 411.9 [54]
Illinois 58,237 452.1 [54]
Indiana 42,909 653.0 [54]
Iowa 15,868 513.5 [54]
Kansas 17,375 600.4 [54]
Kentucky 26,213 596.4 [54]
Louisiana 41,184 890.4 [54]
Maine 6,483 488.1 [54]
Maryland 31,949 538.9 [54]
Massachusetts 30,735 459.2 [54]
Michigan 56,344 569.4 [54]
Minnesota 22,713 419.0 [54]
Mississippi 24,995 835.6 [54]
Missouri 38,865 643.0 [54]
Montana 4,064 400.3 [54]
Nebraska 8,900 476.3 [54]
Nevada 23,047 826.0 [54]
New Hampshire 4,936 373.0 [54]
New Jersey 35,873 403.1 [54]
New Mexico 21,476 1029.9 [54]
New York 56,442 287.2 [54]
North Carolina 90,702 921.0 [54]
North Dakota 2,934 405.6 [54]
Ohio 91,433 790.2 [54]
Oklahoma 33,348 866.1 [54]
Oregon 20,769 528.5 [54]
Pennsylvania 52,034 407.3 [54]
Puerto Rico 13,961 386.2 [54]
Rhode Island 5,607 533.2 [54]
South Carolina 40,958 857.8 [54]
South Dakota 3,372 399.1 [54]
Tennessee 50,999 785.1 [54]
Texas 190,898 721.8 [54]
Utah 13,333 459.6 [54]
Vermont 3,313 528.7 [54]
Virginia 26,640 322.5 [54]
Washington 58,353 837.0 [54]
West Virginia 9,674 521.7 [54]
Wisconsin 24,347 424.0 [54]
Wyoming 1,955 335.5 [54]

Larceny theft in 2013

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 108,993 2254.8 [54]
Alaska 16,599 2258.0 [54]
Arizona 159,272 2403.5 [54]
Arkansas 70,450 2380.6 [54]
California 621,557 1621.5 [54]
Colorado 102,443 1944.5 [54]
Connecticut 51,876 1442.6 [54]
Delaware 20,916 2259.4 [54]
District of Columbia 24,533 3795.0 [54]
Florida 433,344 2216.3 [54]
Georgia 225,315 2254.9 [54]
Hawaii 31,658 2254.8 [54]
Idaho 21,879 1357.1 [54]
Illinois 213,813 1659.8 [54]
Indiana 130,423 1984.9 [54]
Iowa 47,686 1543.0 [54]
Kansas 61,264 2117.0 [54]
Kentucky 71,612 1629.3 [54]
Louisiana 115,342 2493.6 [54]
Maine 23,050 1735.3 [54]
Maryland 112,546 1898.3 [54]
Massachusetts 97,428 1455.7 [54]
Michigan 149,423 1510.0 [54]
Minnesota 100,516 1854.4 [54]
Mississippi 52,117 1742.3 [54]
Missouri 134,416 2223.9 [54]
Montana 20,039 1974.0 [54]
Nebraska 35,655 1908.2 [54]
Nevada 46,132 1653.4 [54]
New Hampshire 23,164 1750.3 [54]
New Jersey 117,936 1325.2 [54]
New Mexico 49,875 2391.8 [54]
New York 286,674 1458.8 [54]
North Carolina 202,741 2058.7 [54]
North Dakota 10,798 1492.7 [54]
Ohio 227,766 1968.5 [54]
Oklahoma 81,495 2116.4 [54]
Oregon 94,106 2394.5 [54]
Pennsylvania 197,436 1545.6 [54]
Puerto Rico 29,360 812.2 [54]
Rhode Island 17,838 1696.4 [54]
South Carolina 119,511 2502.9 [54]
South Dakota 11,867 1404.6 [54]
Tennessee 143,802 2213.7 [54]
Texas 605,091 2287.8 [54]
Utah 64,788 2233.4 [54]
Vermont 10,228 1632.2 [54]
Virginia 135,478 1640.1 [54]
Washington 171,910 2465.9 [54]
West Virginia 27,423 1478.9 [54]
Wisconsin 93,953 1636.0 [54]
Wyoming 10,276 1763.6 [54]

Motor vehicle theft in 2013

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 10,571 218.7 [54]
Alaska 1,695 230.6 [54]
Arizona 17,438 263.2 [54]
Arkansas 5,678 191.9 [54]
California 165,292 431.2 [54]
Colorado 12,533 237.9 [54]
Connecticut 6,222 173.0 [54]
Delaware 1,332 143.9 [54]
District of Columbia 3,234 500.3 [54]
Florida 34,912 178.6 [54]
Georgia 26,826 268.5 [54]
Hawaii 3,684 262.4 [54]
Idaho 1,536 95.3 [54]
Illinois 20,933 162.5 [54]
Indiana 14,204 216.2 [54]
Iowa 4,246 137.4 [54]
Kansas 6,641 229.5 [54]
Kentucky 6,032 137.2 [54]
Louisiana 9,160 198.0 [54]
Maine 914 68.8 [54]
Maryland 13,418 226.3 [54]
Massachusetts 9,122 136.3 [54]
Michigan 24,567 248.3 [54]
Minnesota 7,966 147.0 [54]
Mississippi 4,388 146.7 [54]
Missouri 16,325 270.1 [54]
Montana 1,850 182.2 [54]
Nebraska 4,463 238.9 [54]
Nevada 9,998 358.3 [54]
New Hampshire 940 71.0 [54]
New Jersey 13,747 154.5 [54]
New Mexico 5,905 283.2 [54]
New York 15,482 78.8 [54]
North Carolina 14,606 148.3 [54]
North Dakota 1,416 195.7 [54]
Ohio 19,532 168.8 [54]
Oklahoma 11,214 291.2 [54]
Oregon 9,862 250.9 [54]
Pennsylvania 13,770 107.8 [54]
Puerto Rico 5,530 153.0 [54]
Rhode Island 2,233 212.4 [54]
South Carolina 12,580 263.5 [54]
South Dakota 938 111.0 [54]
Tennessee 11,828 182.1 [54]
Texas 65,745 248.6 [54]
Utah 7,465 257.3 [54]
Vermont 334 53.3 [54]
Virginia 8,536 103.3 [54]
Washington 28,399 407.4 [54]
West Virginia 1,916 103.3 [54]
Wisconsin 7,388 128.6 [54]
Wyoming 578 99.2 [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

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