Crime Rates in the United States - 2014

Violent crime in 2014

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 20,727 427.7 [53]
Alaska 4,684 635.5 [53]
Arizona 26,422 392.7 [53]
Arkansas 14,248 480.2 [53]
California 153,763 396.4 [53]
Colorado 16,487 307.8 [53]
Connecticut 8,575 238.5 [53]
Delaware 4,568 488.1 [53]
District of Columbia 8,199 1242.6 [53]
Florida 91,345 458.9 [53]
Georgia 38,955 385.8 [53]
Hawaii 3,362 236.7 [53]
Idaho 3,439 210.4 [53]
Illinois 47,775 370.9 [53]
Indiana 24,105 365.3 [53]
Iowa 8,484 272.8 [53]
Kansas 10,235 352.6 [53]
Kentucky 9,495 215.2 [53]
Louisiana 23,983 515.9 [53]
Maine 1,698 127.6 [53]
Maryland 26,767 448.0 [53]
Massachusetts 26,689 395.1 [53]
Michigan 42,555 429.1 [53]
Minnesota 12,505 229.1 [53]
Mississippi 8,331 278.3 [53]
Missouri 26,882 443.3 [53]
Montana 3,361 328.5 [53]
Nebraska 5,201 276.2 [53]
Nevada 18,043 635.7 [53]
New Hampshire 2,625 197.7 [53]
New Jersey 23,319 260.9 [53]
New Mexico 12,465 597.7 [53]
New York 75,972 384.7 [53]
North Carolina 32,718 329.1 [53]
North Dakota 2,001 270.4 [53]
Ohio 33,130 285.7 [53]
Oklahoma 16,052 413.8 [53]
Oregon 10,294 259.2 [53]
Pennsylvania 40,298 315.0 [53]
Puerto Rico 8,383 237.2 [53]
Rhode Island 2,320 219.9 [53]
South Carolina 24,038 497.8 [53]
South Dakota 2,801 328.3 [53]
Tennessee 39,989 610.7 [53]
Texas 109,711 406.7 [53]
Utah 6,464 219.5 [53]
Vermont 643 102.6 [53]
Virginia 16,522 198.4 [53]
Washington 20,185 285.8 [53]
West Virginia 5,850 316.4 [53]
Wisconsin 16,763 291.1 [53]
Wyoming 1,142 195.4 [53]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2014

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 276 5.7 [53]
Alaska 41 5.6 [53]
Arizona 311 4.6 [53]
Arkansas 175 5.9 [53]
California 1,700 4.4 [53]
Colorado 150 2.8 [53]
Connecticut 89 2.5 [53]
Delaware 50 5.3 [53]
District of Columbia 105 15.9 [53]
Florida 982 4.9 [53]
Georgia 607 6.0 [53]
Hawaii 20 1.4 [53]
Idaho 32 2.0 [53]
Illinois 690 5.4 [53]
Indiana 333 5.0 [53]
Iowa 60 1.9 [53]
Kansas 92 3.2 [53]
Kentucky 164 3.7 [53]
Louisiana 476 10.2 [53]
Maine 21 1.6 [53]
Maryland 362 6.1 [53]
Massachusetts 133 2.0 [53]
Michigan 544 5.5 [53]
Minnesota 88 1.6 [53]
Mississippi 259 8.7 [53]
Missouri 404 6.7 [53]
Montana 38 3.7 [53]
Nebraska 53 2.8 [53]
Nevada 170 6.0 [53]
New Hampshire 16 1.2 [53]
New Jersey 352 3.9 [53]
New Mexico 101 4.8 [53]
New York 616 3.1 [53]
North Carolina 498 5.0 [53]
North Dakota 23 3.1 [53]
Ohio 464 4.0 [53]
Oklahoma 180 4.6 [53]
Oregon 84 2.1 [53]
Pennsylvania 610 4.8 [53]
Puerto Rico 681 19.3 [53]
Rhode Island 26 2.5 [53]
South Carolina 322 6.7 [53]
South Dakota 23 2.7 [53]
Tennessee 369 5.6 [53]
Texas 1,192 4.4 [53]
Utah 66 2.2 [53]
Vermont 10 1.6 [53]
Virginia 350 4.2 [53]
Washington 178 2.5 [53]
West Virginia 84 4.5 [53]
Wisconsin 159 2.8 [53]
Wyoming 16 2.7 [53]

Robbery in 2014

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,702 97.0 [53]
Alaska 629 85.3 [53]
Arizona 6,225 92.5 [53]
Arkansas 2,037 68.7 [53]
California 48,681 125.5 [53]
Colorado 3,037 56.7 [53]
Connecticut 3,172 88.2 [53]
Delaware 1,271 135.8 [53]
District of Columbia 3,497 530.0 [53]
Florida 21,621 108.6 [53]
Georgia 12,786 126.6 [53]
Hawaii 952 67.0 [53]
Idaho 203 12.4 [53]
Illinois 15,271 118.5 [53]
Indiana 6,894 104.5 [53]
Iowa 1,047 33.7 [53]
Kansas 1,361 46.9 [53]
Kentucky 3,343 75.8 [53]
Louisiana 5,725 123.1 [53]
Maine 304 22.9 [53]
Maryland 9,565 160.1 [53]
Massachusetts 6,077 90.0 [53]
Michigan 8,037 81.0 [53]
Minnesota 3,687 67.6 [53]
Mississippi 2,405 80.3 [53]
Missouri 5,592 92.2 [53]
Montana 202 19.7 [53]
Nebraska 1,044 55.4 [53]
Nevada 5,954 209.8 [53]
New Hampshire 544 41.0 [53]
New Jersey 10,499 117.5 [53]
New Mexico 2,086 100.0 [53]
New York 24,036 121.7 [53]
North Carolina 8,411 84.6 [53]
North Dakota 175 23.6 [53]
Ohio 12,780 110.2 [53]
Oklahoma 3,073 79.2 [53]
Oregon 2,270 57.2 [53]
Pennsylvania 13,545 105.9 [53]
Puerto Rico 5,171 146.3 [53]
Rhode Island 530 50.2 [53]
South Carolina 4,018 83.2 [53]
South Dakota 199 23.3 [53]
Tennessee 7,268 111.0 [53]
Texas 31,021 115.0 [53]
Utah 1,313 44.6 [53]
Vermont 72 11.5 [53]
Virginia 4,294 51.6 [53]
Washington 5,641 79.9 [53]
West Virginia 655 35.4 [53]
Wisconsin 5,101 88.6 [53]
Wyoming 53 9.1 [53]

Aggravated assault in 2014

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 13,744 283.6 [53]
Alaska 3,243 440.0 [53]
Arizona 16,614 246.9 [53]
Arkansas 10,220 344.5 [53]
California 91,804 236.7 [53]
Colorado 10,211 190.7 [53]
Connecticut 4,520 125.7 [53]
Delaware 2,857 305.2 [53]
District of Columbia 4,125 625.2 [53]
Florida 61,610 309.5 [53]
Georgia 22,415 222.0 [53]
Hawaii 1,842 129.7 [53]
Idaho 2,559 156.5 [53]
Illinois 27,485 213.4 [53]
Indiana 14,681 222.5 [53]
Iowa 6,227 200.3 [53]
Kansas 7,299 251.5 [53]
Kentucky 4,432 100.4 [53]
Louisiana 16,400 352.8 [53]
Maine 889 66.8 [53]
Maryland 15,208 254.5 [53]
Massachusetts 18,277 270.6 [53]
Michigan 27,610 278.4 [53]
Minnesota 6,729 123.3 [53]
Mississippi 4,585 153.2 [53]
Missouri 18,483 304.8 [53]
Montana 2,563 250.5 [53]
Nebraska 3,226 171.3 [53]
Nevada 10,562 372.1 [53]
New Hampshire 1,469 110.6 [53]
New Jersey 11,188 125.2 [53]
New Mexico 8,797 421.8 [53]
New York 45,295 229.4 [53]
North Carolina 21,377 215.1 [53]
North Dakota 1,421 192.0 [53]
Ohio 14,658 126.4 [53]
Oklahoma 10,937 281.9 [53]
Oregon 6,320 159.1 [53]
Pennsylvania 22,304 174.3 [53]
Puerto Rico 2,475 70.0 [53]
Rhode Island 1,398 132.5 [53]
South Carolina 17,513 362.7 [53]
South Dakota 2,101 246.2 [53]
Tennessee 29,757 454.5 [53]
Texas 65,862 244.1 [53]
Utah 3,538 120.2 [53]
Vermont 444 70.8 [53]
Virginia 9,462 113.6 [53]
Washington 11,586 164.0 [53]
West Virginia 4,517 244.3 [53]
Wisconsin 9,826 170.6 [53]
Wyoming 899 153.9 [53]

Property crime in 2014

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 154,087 3179.4 [53]
Alaska 20,334 2758.9 [53]
Arizona 213,406 3171.5 [53]
Arkansas 99,452 3352.1 [53]
California 947,193 2441.7 [53]
Colorado 135,789 2535.5 [53]
Connecticut 69,326 1928.5 [53]
Delaware 27,915 2982.5 [53]
District of Columbia 34,147 5175.1 [53]
Florida 583,774 2932.7 [53]
Georgia 339,146 3358.8 [53]
Hawaii 46,022 3240.4 [53]
Idaho 30,440 1862.0 [53]
Illinois 269,647 2093.2 [53]
Indiana 174,909 2651.0 [53]
Iowa 65,100 2093.6 [53]
Kansas 80,029 2757.2 [53]
Kentucky 99,909 2264.2 [53]
Louisiana 161,192 3467.2 [53]
Maine 26,427 1986.6 [53]
Maryland 150,390 2516.8 [53]
Massachusetts 125,481 1857.6 [53]
Michigan 202,692 2044.0 [53]
Minnesota 125,377 2297.5 [53]
Mississippi 86,887 2902.6 [53]
Missouri 176,436 2909.6 [53]
Montana 25,525 2494.5 [53]
Nebraska 47,526 2524.0 [53]
Nevada 74,574 2627.4 [53]
New Hampshire 26,098 1965.2 [53]
New Jersey 154,945 1733.4 [53]
New Mexico 73,877 3542.3 [53]
New York 339,113 1717.1 [53]
North Carolina 285,498 2872.1 [53]
North Dakota 15,857 2142.7 [53]
Ohio 322,517 2781.0 [53]
Oklahoma 117,445 3027.2 [53]
Oregon 123,142 3100.9 [53]
Pennsylvania 246,982 1930.5 [53]
Puerto Rico 45,622 1290.6 [53]
Rhode Island 22,982 2178.6 [53]
South Carolina 168,281 3484.7 [53]
South Dakota 16,036 1879.3 [53]
Tennessee 200,911 3068.4 [53]
Texas 813,515 3015.4 [53]
Utah 85,473 2902.8 [53]
Vermont 9,721 1551.0 [53]
Virginia 161,934 1944.4 [53]
Washington 261,257 3698.9 [53]
West Virginia 38,282 2070.7 [53]
Wisconsin 120,535 2092.8 [53]
Wyoming 11,477 1964.2 [53]

Burglary in 2014

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 39,723 819.6 [53]
Alaska 3,150 427.4 [53]
Arizona 43,412 645.2 [53]
Arkansas 24,816 836.4 [53]
California 202,669 522.4 [53]
Colorado 23,502 438.8 [53]
Connecticut 12,017 334.3 [53]
Delaware 5,765 615.9 [53]
District of Columbia 3,466 525.3 [53]
Florida 121,379 609.8 [53]
Georgia 78,029 772.8 [53]
Hawaii 7,470 526.0 [53]
Idaho 6,466 395.5 [53]
Illinois 50,759 394.0 [53]
Indiana 36,909 559.4 [53]
Iowa 14,363 461.9 [53]
Kansas 15,921 548.5 [53]
Kentucky 23,426 530.9 [53]
Louisiana 38,541 829.0 [53]
Maine 5,035 378.5 [53]
Maryland 28,134 470.8 [53]
Massachusetts 24,951 369.4 [53]
Michigan 44,328 447.0 [53]
Minnesota 20,773 380.7 [53]
Mississippi 23,898 798.3 [53]
Missouri 35,293 582.0 [53]
Montana 3,639 355.6 [53]
Nebraska 7,936 421.5 [53]
Nevada 21,924 772.4 [53]
New Hampshire 4,191 315.6 [53]
New Jersey 31,707 354.7 [53]
New Mexico 18,505 887.3 [53]
New York 50,738 256.9 [53]
North Carolina 79,266 797.4 [53]
North Dakota 2,751 371.7 [53]
Ohio 79,466 685.2 [53]
Oklahoma 29,963 772.3 [53]
Oregon 18,690 470.6 [53]
Pennsylvania 45,718 357.3 [53]
Puerto Rico 12,035 340.5 [53]
Rhode Island 4,830 457.9 [53]
South Carolina 37,163 769.6 [53]
South Dakota 2,817 330.1 [53]
Tennessee 46,798 714.7 [53]
Texas 168,085 623.0 [53]
Utah 11,656 395.9 [53]
Vermont 2,092 333.8 [53]
Virginia 23,210 278.7 [53]
Washington 55,381 784.1 [53]
West Virginia 9,368 506.7 [53]
Wisconsin 21,375 371.1 [53]
Wyoming 1,689 289.1 [53]

Larceny theft in 2014

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 104,223 2150.5 [53]
Alaska 15,445 2095.5 [53]
Arizona 152,683 2269.1 [53]
Arkansas 69,001 2325.7 [53]
California 592,673 1527.8 [53]
Colorado 99,688 1861.4 [53]
Connecticut 51,195 1424.2 [53]
Delaware 20,885 2231.4 [53]
District of Columbia 26,898 4076.5 [53]
Florida 426,197 2141.1 [53]
Georgia 233,359 2311.1 [53]
Hawaii 33,003 2323.7 [53]
Idaho 22,297 1363.9 [53]
Illinois 201,003 1560.3 [53]
Indiana 124,144 1881.6 [53]
Iowa 46,594 1498.4 [53]
Kansas 57,169 1969.6 [53]
Kentucky 70,108 1588.8 [53]
Louisiana 113,251 2436.0 [53]
Maine 20,591 1547.9 [53]
Maryland 109,140 1826.5 [53]
Massachusetts 92,226 1365.3 [53]
Michigan 137,142 1383.0 [53]
Minnesota 96,237 1763.5 [53]
Mississippi 58,515 1954.8 [53]
Missouri 124,769 2057.6 [53]
Montana 19,826 1937.5 [53]
Nebraska 35,063 1862.1 [53]
Nevada 42,466 1496.2 [53]
New Hampshire 21,051 1585.2 [53]
New Jersey 111,534 1247.7 [53]
New Mexico 49,082 2353.4 [53]
New York 272,624 1380.5 [53]
North Carolina 192,609 1937.6 [53]
North Dakota 11,559 1561.9 [53]
Ohio 224,942 1939.7 [53]
Oklahoma 76,719 1977.5 [53]
Oregon 94,177 2371.5 [53]
Pennsylvania 188,211 1471.1 [53]
Puerto Rico 28,948 818.9 [53]
Rhode Island 16,317 1546.8 [53]
South Carolina 118,173 2447.1 [53]
South Dakota 12,209 1430.8 [53]
Tennessee 141,464 2160.5 [53]
Texas 577,018 2138.8 [53]
Utah 66,487 2258.0 [53]
Vermont 7,375 1176.7 [53]
Virginia 131,001 1573.0 [53]
Washington 175,317 2482.1 [53]
West Virginia 26,954 1458.0 [53]
Wisconsin 89,255 1549.7 [53]
Wyoming 9,185 1572.0 [53]

Motor vehicle theft in 2014

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 10,141 209.2 [53]
Alaska 1,739 235.9 [53]
Arizona 17,311 257.3 [53]
Arkansas 5,635 189.9 [53]
California 151,851 391.4 [53]
Colorado 12,599 235.2 [53]
Connecticut 6,114 170.1 [53]
Delaware 1,265 135.2 [53]
District of Columbia 3,783 573.3 [53]
Florida 36,198 181.8 [53]
Georgia 27,758 274.9 [53]
Hawaii 5,549 390.7 [53]
Idaho 1,677 102.6 [53]
Illinois 17,885 138.8 [53]
Indiana 13,856 210.0 [53]
Iowa 4,143 133.2 [53]
Kansas 6,939 239.1 [53]
Kentucky 6,375 144.5 [53]
Louisiana 9,400 202.2 [53]
Maine 801 60.2 [53]
Maryland 13,116 219.5 [53]
Massachusetts 8,304 122.9 [53]
Michigan 21,222 214.0 [53]
Minnesota 8,367 153.3 [53]
Mississippi 4,474 149.5 [53]
Missouri 16,374 270.0 [53]
Montana 2,060 201.3 [53]
Nebraska 4,527 240.4 [53]
Nevada 10,184 358.8 [53]
New Hampshire 856 64.5 [53]
New Jersey 11,704 130.9 [53]
New Mexico 6,290 301.6 [53]
New York 15,751 79.8 [53]
North Carolina 13,623 137.0 [53]
North Dakota 1,547 209.0 [53]
Ohio 18,109 156.2 [53]
Oklahoma 10,763 277.4 [53]
Oregon 10,275 258.7 [53]
Pennsylvania 13,053 102.0 [53]
Puerto Rico 4,639 131.2 [53]
Rhode Island 1,835 173.9 [53]
South Carolina 12,945 268.1 [53]
South Dakota 1,010 118.4 [53]
Tennessee 12,649 193.2 [53]
Texas 68,412 253.6 [53]
Utah 7,330 248.9 [53]
Vermont 254 40.5 [53]
Virginia 7,723 92.7 [53]
Washington 30,559 432.7 [53]
West Virginia 1,960 106.0 [53]
Wisconsin 9,905 172.0 [53]
Wyoming 603 103.2 [53]

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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