Crime Rates in the United States - 2015

Violent crime in 2015

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 22,952 472.4 [53]
Alaska 5,392 730.2 [53]
Arizona 28,012 410.2 [53]
Arkansas 15,526 521.3 [53]
California 166,883 426.3 [53]
Colorado 17,515 321.0 [53]
Connecticut 7,845 218.5 [53]
Delaware 4,720 499.0 [53]
District of Columbia 8,531 1269.1 [53]
Florida 93,626 461.9 [53]
Georgia 38,643 378.3 [53]
Hawaii 4,201 293.4 [53]
Idaho 3,568 215.6 [53]
Illinois 49,354 383.8 [53]
Indiana 25,653 387.5 [53]
Iowa 8,936 286.1 [53]
Kansas 11,353 389.9 [53]
Kentucky 9,676 218.7 [53]
Louisiana 25,208 539.7 [53]
Maine 1,729 130.1 [53]
Maryland 27,462 457.2 [53]
Massachusetts 26,562 390.9 [53]
Michigan 41,231 415.5 [53]
Minnesota 13,319 242.6 [53]
Mississippi 8,254 275.8 [53]
Missouri 30,261 497.4 [53]
Montana 3,611 349.6 [53]
Nebraska 5,212 274.9 [53]
Nevada 20,118 695.9 [53]
New Hampshire 2,652 199.3 [53]
New Jersey 22,879 255.4 [53]
New Mexico 13,681 656.1 [53]
New York 75,165 379.7 [53]
North Carolina 34,852 347.0 [53]
North Dakota 1,812 239.4 [53]
Ohio 33,898 291.9 [53]
Oklahoma 16,506 422.0 [53]
Oregon 10,468 259.8 [53]
Pennsylvania 40,339 315.1 [53]
Puerto Rico 7,629 219.6 [53]
Rhode Island 2,562 242.5 [53]
South Carolina 24,700 504.5 [53]
South Dakota 3,289 383.1 [53]
Tennessee 40,400 612.1 [53]
Texas 113,227 412.2 [53]
Utah 7,071 236.0 [53]
Vermont 739 118.0 [53]
Virginia 16,399 195.6 [53]
Washington 20,394 284.4 [53]
West Virginia 6,231 337.9 [53]
Wisconsin 17,647 305.8 [53]
Wyoming 1,302 222.1 [53]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2015

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 348 7.2 [53]
Alaska 59 8.0 [53]
Arizona 309 4.5 [53]
Arkansas 181 6.1 [53]
California 1,861 4.8 [53]
Colorado 176 3.2 [53]
Connecticut 117 3.3 [53]
Delaware 63 6.7 [53]
District of Columbia 162 24.1 [53]
Florida 1,041 5.1 [53]
Georgia 615 6.0 [53]
Hawaii 19 1.3 [53]
Idaho 32 1.9 [53]
Illinois 744 5.8 [53]
Indiana 373 5.6 [53]
Iowa 72 2.3 [53]
Kansas 128 4.4 [53]
Kentucky 209 4.7 [53]
Louisiana 481 10.3 [53]
Maine 23 1.7 [53]
Maryland 516 8.6 [53]
Massachusetts 128 1.9 [53]
Michigan 571 5.8 [53]
Minnesota 133 2.4 [53]
Mississippi 259 8.7 [53]
Missouri 502 8.3 [53]
Montana 36 3.5 [53]
Nebraska 62 3.3 [53]
Nevada 178 6.2 [53]
New Hampshire 14 1.1 [53]
New Jersey 363 4.1 [53]
New Mexico 117 5.6 [53]
New York 609 3.1 [53]
North Carolina 517 5.1 [53]
North Dakota 21 2.8 [53]
Ohio 500 4.3 [53]
Oklahoma 234 6.0 [53]
Oregon 99 2.5 [53]
Pennsylvania 658 5.1 [53]
Puerto Rico 584 16.8 [53]
Rhode Island 29 2.7 [53]
South Carolina 399 8.1 [53]
South Dakota 32 3.7 [53]
Tennessee 406 6.2 [53]
Texas 1,316 4.8 [53]
Utah 54 1.8 [53]
Vermont 10 1.6 [53]
Virginia 383 4.6 [53]
Washington 211 2.9 [53]
West Virginia 70 3.8 [53]
Wisconsin 240 4.2 [53]
Wyoming 16 2.7 [53]

Robbery in 2015

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,611 94.9 [53]
Alaska 761 103.1 [53]
Arizona 6,360 93.1 [53]
Arkansas 2,098 70.4 [53]
California 52,862 135.0 [53]
Colorado 3,323 60.9 [53]
Connecticut 2,892 80.5 [53]
Delaware 1,235 130.6 [53]
District of Columbia 3,742 556.7 [53]
Florida 21,137 104.3 [53]
Georgia 12,247 119.9 [53]
Hawaii 1,203 84.0 [53]
Idaho 192 11.6 [53]
Illinois 14,910 115.9 [53]
Indiana 7,111 107.4 [53]
Iowa 1,047 33.5 [53]
Kansas 1,818 62.4 [53]
Kentucky 3,307 74.7 [53]
Louisiana 5,550 118.8 [53]
Maine 311 23.4 [53]
Maryland 9,863 164.2 [53]
Massachusetts 5,288 77.8 [53]
Michigan 7,796 78.6 [53]
Minnesota 3,771 68.7 [53]
Mississippi 2,294 76.7 [53]
Missouri 6,376 104.8 [53]
Montana 210 20.3 [53]
Nebraska 994 52.4 [53]
Nevada 6,287 217.5 [53]
New Hampshire 468 35.2 [53]
New Jersey 9,729 108.6 [53]
New Mexico 2,485 119.2 [53]
New York 23,936 120.9 [53]
North Carolina 8,825 87.9 [53]
North Dakota 148 19.6 [53]
Ohio 12,554 108.1 [53]
Oklahoma 3,005 76.8 [53]
Oregon 2,146 53.3 [53]
Pennsylvania 13,003 101.6 [53]
Puerto Rico 4,070 117.1 [53]
Rhode Island 556 52.6 [53]
South Carolina 3,931 80.3 [53]
South Dakota 216 25.2 [53]
Tennessee 7,474 113.2 [53]
Texas 31,934 116.3 [53]
Utah 1,326 44.3 [53]
Vermont 101 16.1 [53]
Virginia 4,441 53.0 [53]
Washington 5,449 76.0 [53]
West Virginia 760 41.2 [53]
Wisconsin 5,232 90.7 [53]
Wyoming 59 10.1 [53]

Aggravated assault in 2015

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 15,954 328.3 [53]
Alaska 3,671 497.1 [53]
Arizona 18,235 267.1 [53]
Arkansas 11,316 380.0 [53]
California 99,349 253.8 [53]
Colorado 10,759 197.2 [53]
Connecticut 4,063 113.1 [53]
Delaware 3,081 325.7 [53]
District of Columbia 4,133 614.8 [53]
Florida 63,895 315.2 [53]
Georgia 22,557 220.8 [53]
Hawaii 2,418 168.9 [53]
Idaho 2,650 160.1 [53]
Illinois 28,879 224.6 [53]
Indiana 15,765 238.2 [53]
Iowa 6,661 213.2 [53]
Kansas 7,792 267.6 [53]
Kentucky 4,668 105.5 [53]
Louisiana 17,454 373.7 [53]
Maine 921 69.3 [53]
Maryland 15,417 256.7 [53]
Massachusetts 19,071 280.7 [53]
Michigan 26,414 266.2 [53]
Minnesota 7,094 129.2 [53]
Mississippi 4,498 150.3 [53]
Missouri 20,830 342.4 [53]
Montana 2,818 272.8 [53]
Nebraska 3,283 173.1 [53]
Nevada 11,965 413.9 [53]
New Hampshire 1,543 116.0 [53]
New Jersey 11,414 127.4 [53]
New Mexico 9,407 451.2 [53]
New York 44,546 225.0 [53]
North Carolina 22,826 227.3 [53]
North Dakota 1,298 171.5 [53]
Ohio 15,695 135.1 [53]
Oklahoma 11,418 291.9 [53]
Oregon 6,630 164.6 [53]
Pennsylvania 22,373 174.8 [53]
Puerto Rico 2,810 80.9 [53]
Rhode Island 1,518 143.7 [53]
South Carolina 18,073 369.1 [53]
South Dakota 2,546 296.6 [53]
Tennessee 29,844 452.2 [53]
Texas 67,727 246.6 [53]
Utah 4,046 135.1 [53]
Vermont 492 78.6 [53]
Virginia 9,235 110.2 [53]
Washington 12,029 167.8 [53]
West Virginia 4,729 256.4 [53]
Wisconsin 10,395 180.1 [53]
Wyoming 1,054 179.8 [53]

Property crime in 2015

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 144,746 2978.9 [53]
Alaska 20,806 2817.6 [53]
Arizona 207,107 3033.2 [53]
Arkansas 96,836 3251.5 [53]
California 1,024,914 2618.3 [53]
Colorado 144,136 2641.5 [53]
Connecticut 65,066 1812.0 [53]
Delaware 25,455 2691.0 [53]
District of Columbia 31,435 4676.2 [53]
Florida 570,270 2813.2 [53]
Georgia 308,723 3022.3 [53]
Hawaii 54,346 3796.2 [53]
Idaho 28,858 1743.8 [53]
Illinois 255,729 1988.6 [53]
Indiana 171,847 2596.0 [53]
Iowa 63,957 2047.3 [53]
Kansas 79,199 2720.1 [53]
Kentucky 96,362 2177.6 [53]
Louisiana 156,629 3353.4 [53]
Maine 24,327 1830.0 [53]
Maryland 139,048 2315.0 [53]
Massachusetts 114,871 1690.7 [53]
Michigan 187,101 1885.6 [53]
Minnesota 121,984 2222.1 [53]
Mississippi 84,790 2833.6 [53]
Missouri 173,642 2854.2 [53]
Montana 27,100 2623.6 [53]
Nebraska 42,495 2241.1 [53]
Nevada 77,137 2668.3 [53]
New Hampshire 23,229 1745.7 [53]
New Jersey 145,701 1626.5 [53]
New Mexico 77,094 3697.4 [53]
New York 317,529 1604.0 [53]
North Carolina 276,183 2750.1 [53]
North Dakota 16,020 2116.5 [53]
Ohio 300,525 2587.7 [53]
Oklahoma 112,878 2885.9 [53]
Oregon 118,719 2946.6 [53]
Pennsylvania 232,085 1812.8 [53]
Puerto Rico 37,717 1085.6 [53]
Rhode Island 20,043 1897.5 [53]
South Carolina 161,245 3293.3 [53]
South Dakota 16,680 1943.0 [53]
Tennessee 193,796 2936.2 [53]
Texas 777,739 2831.3 [53]
Utah 89,278 2980.0 [53]
Vermont 8,806 1406.6 [53]
Virginia 156,470 1866.5 [53]
Washington 248,369 3463.8 [53]
West Virginia 37,251 2020.0 [53]
Wisconsin 113,924 1974.0 [53]
Wyoming 11,151 1902.6 [53]

Burglary in 2015

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 35,255 725.6 [53]
Alaska 3,511 475.5 [53]
Arizona 37,957 555.9 [53]
Arkansas 22,640 760.2 [53]
California 197,404 504.3 [53]
Colorado 23,454 429.8 [53]
Connecticut 10,053 280.0 [53]
Delaware 4,773 504.6 [53]
District of Columbia 2,971 442.0 [53]
Florida 109,268 539.0 [53]
Georgia 66,374 649.8 [53]
Hawaii 6,557 458.0 [53]
Idaho 6,124 370.0 [53]
Illinois 46,443 361.1 [53]
Indiana 34,410 519.8 [53]
Iowa 14,892 476.7 [53]
Kansas 15,362 527.6 [53]
Kentucky 22,260 503.0 [53]
Louisiana 35,453 759.0 [53]
Maine 4,684 352.4 [53]
Maryland 25,678 427.5 [53]
Massachusetts 21,890 322.2 [53]
Michigan 40,041 403.5 [53]
Minnesota 19,299 351.6 [53]
Mississippi 24,799 828.8 [53]
Missouri 34,006 559.0 [53]
Montana 3,838 371.6 [53]
Nebraska 6,422 338.7 [53]
Nevada 22,360 773.5 [53]
New Hampshire 3,467 260.6 [53]
New Jersey 27,960 312.1 [53]
New Mexico 17,085 819.4 [53]
New York 44,276 223.7 [53]
North Carolina 74,841 745.2 [53]
North Dakota 2,997 395.9 [53]
Ohio 69,303 596.7 [53]
Oklahoma 28,406 726.2 [53]
Oregon 18,336 455.1 [53]
Pennsylvania 39,664 309.8 [53]
Puerto Rico 9,150 263.4 [53]
Rhode Island 3,947 373.7 [53]
South Carolina 34,551 705.7 [53]
South Dakota 2,960 344.8 [53]
Tennessee 43,247 655.2 [53]
Texas 153,054 557.2 [53]
Utah 12,468 416.2 [53]
Vermont 1,968 314.4 [53]
Virginia 21,340 254.6 [53]
Washington 50,993 711.2 [53]
West Virginia 9,170 497.3 [53]
Wisconsin 19,554 338.8 [53]
Wyoming 1,762 300.6 [53]

Larceny theft in 2015

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 99,156 2040.7 [53]
Alaska 15,249 2065.1 [53]
Arizona 152,365 2231.5 [53]
Arkansas 68,424 2297.5 [53]
California 656,517 1677.1 [53]
Colorado 104,682 1918.5 [53]
Connecticut 48,675 1355.5 [53]
Delaware 19,501 2061.6 [53]
District of Columbia 25,200 3748.7 [53]
Florida 420,341 2073.6 [53]
Georgia 215,867 2113.3 [53]
Hawaii 42,010 2934.5 [53]
Idaho 20,863 1260.7 [53]
Illinois 191,634 1490.2 [53]
Indiana 123,918 1872.0 [53]
Iowa 44,723 1431.6 [53]
Kansas 56,880 1953.5 [53]
Kentucky 66,320 1498.7 [53]
Louisiana 111,435 2385.8 [53]
Maine 18,829 1416.4 [53]
Maryland 100,219 1668.5 [53]
Massachusetts 84,912 1249.7 [53]
Michigan 131,296 1323.2 [53]
Minnesota 94,704 1725.2 [53]
Mississippi 55,748 1863.0 [53]
Missouri 122,637 2015.8 [53]
Montana 20,844 2017.9 [53]
Nebraska 32,072 1691.4 [53]
Nevada 43,426 1502.2 [53]
New Hampshire 18,871 1418.2 [53]
New Jersey 105,963 1182.9 [53]
New Mexico 51,483 2469.1 [53]
New York 257,940 1303.0 [53]
North Carolina 187,907 1871.1 [53]
North Dakota 11,440 1511.4 [53]
Ohio 213,993 1842.6 [53]
Oklahoma 74,022 1892.5 [53]
Oregon 89,836 2229.7 [53]
Pennsylvania 180,287 1408.2 [53]
Puerto Rico 24,493 705.0 [53]
Rhode Island 14,707 1392.3 [53]
South Carolina 113,724 2322.7 [53]
South Dakota 12,532 1459.8 [53]
Tennessee 137,679 2086.0 [53]
Texas 557,200 2028.5 [53]
Utah 68,103 2273.2 [53]
Vermont 6,660 1063.8 [53]
Virginia 127,019 1515.2 [53]
Washington 170,509 2378.0 [53]
West Virginia 25,842 1401.3 [53]
Wisconsin 83,385 1444.8 [53]
Wyoming 8,797 1500.9 [53]

Motor vehicle theft in 2015

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 10,335 212.7 [53]
Alaska 2,046 277.1 [53]
Arizona 16,785 245.8 [53]
Arkansas 5,772 193.8 [53]
California 170,993 436.8 [53]
Colorado 16,000 293.2 [53]
Connecticut 6,338 176.5 [53]
Delaware 1,181 124.9 [53]
District of Columbia 3,264 485.5 [53]
Florida 40,661 200.6 [53]
Georgia 26,482 259.2 [53]
Hawaii 5,779 403.7 [53]
Idaho 1,871 113.1 [53]
Illinois 17,652 137.3 [53]
Indiana 13,519 204.2 [53]
Iowa 4,342 139.0 [53]
Kansas 6,957 238.9 [53]
Kentucky 7,782 175.9 [53]
Louisiana 9,741 208.6 [53]
Maine 814 61.2 [53]
Maryland 13,151 218.9 [53]
Massachusetts 8,069 118.8 [53]
Michigan 15,764 158.9 [53]
Minnesota 7,981 145.4 [53]
Mississippi 4,243 141.8 [53]
Missouri 16,999 279.4 [53]
Montana 2,418 234.1 [53]
Nebraska 4,001 211.0 [53]
Nevada 11,351 392.7 [53]
New Hampshire 891 67.0 [53]
New Jersey 11,778 131.5 [53]
New Mexico 8,526 408.9 [53]
New York 15,313 77.4 [53]
North Carolina 13,435 133.8 [53]
North Dakota 1,583 209.1 [53]
Ohio 17,229 148.4 [53]
Oklahoma 10,450 267.2 [53]
Oregon 10,547 261.8 [53]
Pennsylvania 12,134 94.8 [53]
Puerto Rico 4,074 117.3 [53]
Rhode Island 1,389 131.5 [53]
South Carolina 12,970 264.9 [53]
South Dakota 1,188 138.4 [53]
Tennessee 12,870 195.0 [53]
Texas 67,485 245.7 [53]
Utah 8,707 290.6 [53]
Vermont 178 28.4 [53]
Virginia 8,111 96.8 [53]
Washington 26,867 374.7 [53]
West Virginia 2,239 121.4 [53]
Wisconsin 10,985 190.3 [53]
Wyoming 592 101.0 [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

Data Source