Crime Rates in the United States - 2016

Violent crime in 2016

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 25,878 532.4 [52]
Alaska 5,966 804.6 [52]
Arizona 32,542 471.0 [52]
Arkansas 16,563 554.3 [52]
California 174,796 444.8 [52]
Colorado 19,030 344.1 [52]
Connecticut 8,169 227.7 [52]
Delaware 4,859 510.0 [52]
District of Columbia 8,236 1203.5 [52]
Florida 88,700 429.4 [52]
Georgia 40,268 390.4 [52]
Hawaii 3,452 241.6 [52]
Idaho 3,876 230.7 [52]
Illinois 56,054 436.7 [52]
Indiana 26,516 399.7 [52]
Iowa 9,170 292.9 [52]
Kansas 11,665 401.2 [52]
Kentucky 10,452 235.6 [52]
Louisiana 26,477 565.0 [52]
Maine 1,649 124.0 [52]
Maryland 29,019 481.7 [52]
Massachusetts 25,975 380.7 [52]
Michigan 45,782 460.9 [52]
Minnesota 13,365 241.9 [52]
Mississippi 8,411 281.7 [52]
Missouri 31,720 520.8 [52]
Montana 3,886 374.1 [52]
Nebraska 5,661 296.8 [52]
Nevada 19,924 677.9 [52]
New Hampshire 2,668 199.8 [52]
New Jersey 21,861 243.5 [52]
New Mexico 14,585 699.4 [52]
New York 74,315 374.6 [52]
North Carolina 37,767 371.8 [52]
North Dakota 1,905 252.1 [52]
Ohio 35,759 307.7 [52]
Oklahoma 17,855 455.3 [52]
Oregon 10,983 268.8 [52]
Pennsylvania 40,389 315.9 [52]
Puerto Rico 7,643 224.4 [52]
Rhode Island 2,529 239.1 [52]
South Carolina 25,137 506.8 [52]
South Dakota 3,636 422.0 [52]
Tennessee 42,459 638.5 [52]
Texas 121,064 433.8 [52]
Utah 7,406 243.3 [52]
Vermont 851 136.5 [52]
Virginia 18,495 219.8 [52]
Washington 22,101 303.5 [52]
West Virginia 6,633 362.7 [52]
Wisconsin 17,716 306.9 [52]
Wyoming 1,431 244.7 [52]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2016

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 407 8.4 [52]
Alaska 52 7.0 [52]
Arizona 389 5.6 [52]
Arkansas 217 7.3 [52]
California 1,930 4.9 [52]
Colorado 189 3.4 [52]
Connecticut 79 2.2 [52]
Delaware 58 6.1 [52]
District of Columbia 136 19.9 [52]
Florida 1,111 5.4 [52]
Georgia 682 6.6 [52]
Hawaii 35 2.4 [52]
Idaho 49 2.9 [52]
Illinois 1,061 8.3 [52]
Indiana 431 6.5 [52]
Iowa 73 2.3 [52]
Kansas 132 4.5 [52]
Kentucky 265 6.0 [52]
Louisiana 555 11.8 [52]
Maine 20 1.5 [52]
Maryland 536 8.9 [52]
Massachusetts 135 2.0 [52]
Michigan 612 6.2 [52]
Minnesota 101 1.8 [52]
Mississippi 237 7.9 [52]
Missouri 538 8.8 [52]
Montana 37 3.6 [52]
Nebraska 49 2.6 [52]
Nevada 228 7.8 [52]
New Hampshire 19 1.4 [52]
New Jersey 378 4.2 [52]
New Mexico 139 6.7 [52]
New York 629 3.2 [52]
North Carolina 678 6.7 [52]
North Dakota 16 2.1 [52]
Ohio 683 5.9 [52]
Oklahoma 247 6.3 [52]
Oregon 116 2.8 [52]
Pennsylvania 674 5.3 [52]
Puerto Rico 679 19.9 [52]
Rhode Island 29 2.7 [52]
South Carolina 358 7.2 [52]
South Dakota 28 3.2 [52]
Tennessee 495 7.4 [52]
Texas 1,478 5.3 [52]
Utah 74 2.4 [52]
Vermont 14 2.2 [52]
Virginia 482 5.7 [52]
Washington 195 2.7 [52]
West Virginia 85 4.6 [52]
Wisconsin 232 4.0 [52]
Wyoming 20 3.4 [52]

Robbery in 2016

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,687 96.4 [52]
Alaska 850 114.6 [52]
Arizona 7,045 102.0 [52]
Arkansas 2,125 71.1 [52]
California 54,789 139.4 [52]
Colorado 3,525 63.7 [52]
Connecticut 2,711 75.6 [52]
Delaware 1,359 142.6 [52]
District of Columbia 3,500 511.4 [52]
Florida 20,175 97.7 [52]
Georgia 12,114 117.5 [52]
Hawaii 985 68.9 [52]
Idaho 213 12.7 [52]
Illinois 17,829 138.9 [52]
Indiana 7,291 109.9 [52]
Iowa 1,150 36.7 [52]
Kansas 1,757 60.4 [52]
Kentucky 3,371 76.0 [52]
Louisiana 5,575 119.0 [52]
Maine 268 20.1 [52]
Maryland 10,815 179.5 [52]
Massachusetts 5,365 78.6 [52]
Michigan 7,123 71.7 [52]
Minnesota 3,730 67.5 [52]
Mississippi 2,433 81.5 [52]
Missouri 6,576 108.0 [52]
Montana 268 25.8 [52]
Nebraska 946 49.6 [52]
Nevada 6,338 215.6 [52]
New Hampshire 431 32.3 [52]
New Jersey 8,940 99.6 [52]
New Mexico 2,737 131.2 [52]
New York 22,310 112.5 [52]
North Carolina 9,336 91.9 [52]
North Dakota 181 24.0 [52]
Ohio 12,574 108.2 [52]
Oklahoma 3,174 80.9 [52]
Oregon 2,307 56.5 [52]
Pennsylvania 12,314 96.3 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,201 94.0 [52]
Rhode Island 541 51.2 [52]
South Carolina 4,071 82.1 [52]
South Dakota 274 31.8 [52]
Tennessee 7,829 117.7 [52]
Texas 33,298 119.3 [52]
Utah 1,528 50.2 [52]
Vermont 78 12.5 [52]
Virginia 4,826 57.4 [52]
Washington 5,649 77.6 [52]
West Virginia 720 39.4 [52]
Wisconsin 4,707 81.5 [52]
Wyoming 59 10.1 [52]

Aggravated assault in 2016

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 18,869 388.2 [52]
Alaska 4,011 540.9 [52]
Arizona 21,804 315.6 [52]
Arkansas 12,007 401.8 [52]
California 104,375 265.6 [52]
Colorado 11,681 211.2 [52]
Connecticut 4,588 127.9 [52]
Delaware 3,131 328.6 [52]
District of Columbia 4,067 594.3 [52]
Florida 59,816 289.6 [52]
Georgia 24,091 233.6 [52]
Hawaii 1,831 128.2 [52]
Idaho 2,895 172.3 [52]
Illinois 32,161 250.6 [52]
Indiana 16,345 246.4 [52]
Iowa 6,669 213.0 [52]
Kansas 8,158 280.6 [52]
Kentucky 5,068 114.2 [52]
Louisiana 18,528 395.4 [52]
Maine 948 71.3 [52]
Maryland 15,841 262.9 [52]
Massachusetts 18,334 268.7 [52]
Michigan 30,779 309.9 [52]
Minnesota 7,185 130.0 [52]
Mississippi 4,459 149.4 [52]
Missouri 22,049 362.0 [52]
Montana 2,983 287.2 [52]
Nebraska 3,558 186.5 [52]
Nevada 11,629 395.6 [52]
New Hampshire 1,609 120.5 [52]
New Jersey 11,089 123.5 [52]
New Mexico 10,182 488.2 [52]
New York 45,095 227.3 [52]
North Carolina 24,906 245.2 [52]
North Dakota 1,352 178.9 [52]
Ohio 16,748 144.1 [52]
Oklahoma 12,334 314.5 [52]
Oregon 6,776 165.8 [52]
Pennsylvania 22,942 179.4 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,594 105.5 [52]
Rhode Island 1,514 143.2 [52]
South Carolina 18,217 367.3 [52]
South Dakota 2,808 325.9 [52]
Tennessee 31,332 471.2 [52]
Texas 72,842 261.0 [52]
Utah 4,244 139.4 [52]
Vermont 589 94.5 [52]
Virginia 10,357 123.1 [52]
Washington 13,124 180.3 [52]
West Virginia 5,144 281.3 [52]
Wisconsin 10,772 186.6 [52]
Wyoming 1,146 195.9 [52]

Property crime in 2016

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 143,259 2947.4 [52]
Alaska 24,876 3354.7 [52]
Arizona 207,317 3000.8 [52]
Arkansas 98,092 3282.6 [52]
California 1,002,070 2550.0 [52]
Colorado 152,146 2751.2 [52]
Connecticut 64,875 1808.3 [52]
Delaware 26,370 2767.9 [52]
District of Columbia 32,377 4731.2 [52]
Florida 553,812 2681.0 [52]
Georgia 307,305 2979.6 [52]
Hawaii 42,353 2964.5 [52]
Idaho 29,357 1747.4 [52]
Illinois 263,256 2051.0 [52]
Indiana 168,460 2539.3 [52]
Iowa 65,888 2104.5 [52]
Kansas 82,293 2830.1 [52]
Kentucky 97,713 2202.7 [52]
Louisiana 154,511 3297.2 [52]
Maine 21,908 1646.9 [52]
Maryland 139,716 2319.0 [52]
Massachusetts 106,430 1559.7 [52]
Michigan 190,249 1915.2 [52]
Minnesota 117,723 2130.7 [52]
Mississippi 82,521 2764.1 [52]
Missouri 170,661 2801.8 [52]
Montana 28,156 2710.8 [52]
Nebraska 43,197 2264.5 [52]
Nevada 75,922 2583.0 [52]
New Hampshire 20,323 1522.3 [52]
New Jersey 138,012 1537.2 [52]
New Mexico 81,930 3928.7 [52]
New York 305,224 1538.7 [52]
North Carolina 277,765 2734.8 [52]
North Dakota 17,451 2309.7 [52]
Ohio 300,945 2589.3 [52]
Oklahoma 118,010 3009.5 [52]
Oregon 121,716 2978.9 [52]
Pennsylvania 222,394 1739.2 [52]
Puerto Rico 35,201 1033.3 [52]
Rhode Island 18,910 1788.1 [52]
South Carolina 161,534 3256.9 [52]
South Dakota 17,207 1997.2 [52]
Tennessee 191,199 2875.4 [52]
Texas 769,892 2759.0 [52]
Utah 90,561 2974.8 [52]
Vermont 9,705 1556.9 [52]
Virginia 157,292 1869.3 [52]
Washington 254,994 3502.2 [52]
West Virginia 37,282 2038.8 [52]
Wisconsin 111,911 1938.6 [52]
Wyoming 11,460 1959.3 [52]

Burglary in 2016

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 34,045 700.4 [52]
Alaska 4,053 546.6 [52]
Arizona 38,216 553.2 [52]
Arkansas 23,814 796.9 [52]
California 188,304 479.2 [52]
Colorado 23,825 430.8 [52]
Connecticut 10,107 281.7 [52]
Delaware 5,028 527.8 [52]
District of Columbia 2,361 345.0 [52]
Florida 100,325 485.7 [52]
Georgia 62,715 608.1 [52]
Hawaii 5,983 418.8 [52]
Idaho 6,318 376.1 [52]
Illinois 48,193 375.5 [52]
Indiana 33,567 506.0 [52]
Iowa 15,306 488.9 [52]
Kansas 14,759 507.6 [52]
Kentucky 20,932 471.9 [52]
Louisiana 34,689 740.2 [52]
Maine 4,001 300.8 [52]
Maryland 24,832 412.2 [52]
Massachusetts 19,204 281.4 [52]
Michigan 39,738 400.0 [52]
Minnesota 18,582 336.3 [52]
Mississippi 23,489 786.8 [52]
Missouri 31,716 520.7 [52]
Montana 3,966 381.8 [52]
Nebraska 6,459 338.6 [52]
Nevada 18,816 640.2 [52]
New Hampshire 2,989 223.9 [52]
New Jersey 25,229 281.0 [52]
New Mexico 17,280 828.6 [52]
New York 39,850 200.9 [52]
North Carolina 72,082 709.7 [52]
North Dakota 3,248 429.9 [52]
Ohio 67,081 577.2 [52]
Oklahoma 29,376 749.2 [52]
Oregon 16,919 414.1 [52]
Pennsylvania 35,178 275.1 [52]
Puerto Rico 8,251 242.2 [52]
Rhode Island 3,650 345.1 [52]
South Carolina 33,149 668.4 [52]
South Dakota 3,002 348.4 [52]
Tennessee 40,607 610.7 [52]
Texas 148,796 533.2 [52]
Utah 12,938 425.0 [52]
Vermont 1,884 302.2 [52]
Virginia 20,159 239.6 [52]
Washington 49,249 676.4 [52]
West Virginia 9,127 499.1 [52]
Wisconsin 19,498 337.7 [52]
Wyoming 1,771 302.8 [52]

Larceny theft in 2016

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 97,498 2005.9 [52]
Alaska 17,766 2395.9 [52]
Arizona 150,618 2180.1 [52]
Arkansas 67,091 2245.2 [52]
California 637,010 1621.0 [52]
Colorado 108,680 1965.2 [52]
Connecticut 47,642 1327.9 [52]
Delaware 19,812 2079.6 [52]
District of Columbia 27,089 3958.4 [52]
Florida 410,352 1986.5 [52]
Georgia 218,127 2114.9 [52]
Hawaii 30,871 2160.8 [52]
Idaho 20,962 1247.7 [52]
Illinois 195,196 1520.7 [52]
Indiana 120,454 1815.7 [52]
Iowa 45,580 1455.8 [52]
Kansas 60,119 2067.6 [52]
Kentucky 66,833 1506.6 [52]
Louisiana 109,492 2336.5 [52]
Maine 17,131 1287.8 [52]
Maryland 100,995 1676.3 [52]
Massachusetts 79,155 1160.0 [52]
Michigan 130,249 1311.2 [52]
Minnesota 90,421 1636.6 [52]
Mississippi 54,725 1833.1 [52]
Missouri 120,649 1980.7 [52]
Montana 21,427 2063.0 [52]
Nebraska 32,009 1678.0 [52]
Nevada 43,949 1495.2 [52]
New Hampshire 16,454 1232.5 [52]
New Jersey 101,459 1130.0 [52]
New Mexico 52,907 2537.0 [52]
New York 250,990 1265.3 [52]
North Carolina 190,377 1874.4 [52]
North Dakota 12,249 1621.2 [52]
Ohio 214,102 1842.1 [52]
Oklahoma 76,358 1947.3 [52]
Oregon 91,507 2239.5 [52]
Pennsylvania 174,147 1361.9 [52]
Puerto Rico 23,163 680.0 [52]
Rhode Island 14,157 1338.6 [52]
South Carolina 114,455 2307.6 [52]
South Dakota 12,705 1474.7 [52]
Tennessee 135,353 2035.6 [52]
Texas 552,106 1978.5 [52]
Utah 68,261 2242.2 [52]
Vermont 7,637 1225.1 [52]
Virginia 127,285 1512.7 [52]
Washington 173,423 2381.9 [52]
West Virginia 25,657 1403.1 [52]
Wisconsin 82,455 1428.3 [52]
Wyoming 8,889 1519.7 [52]

Motor vehicle theft in 2016

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 11,716 241.0 [52]
Alaska 3,057 412.3 [52]
Arizona 18,483 267.5 [52]
Arkansas 7,187 240.5 [52]
California 176,756 449.8 [52]
Colorado 19,641 355.2 [52]
Connecticut 7,126 198.6 [52]
Delaware 1,530 160.6 [52]
District of Columbia 2,927 427.7 [52]
Florida 43,135 208.8 [52]
Georgia 26,463 256.6 [52]
Hawaii 5,499 384.9 [52]
Idaho 2,077 123.6 [52]
Illinois 19,867 154.8 [52]
Indiana 14,439 217.7 [52]
Iowa 5,002 159.8 [52]
Kansas 7,415 255.0 [52]
Kentucky 9,948 224.3 [52]
Louisiana 10,330 220.4 [52]
Maine 776 58.3 [52]
Maryland 13,889 230.5 [52]
Massachusetts 8,071 118.3 [52]
Michigan 20,262 204.0 [52]
Minnesota 8,720 157.8 [52]
Mississippi 4,307 144.3 [52]
Missouri 18,296 300.4 [52]
Montana 2,763 266.0 [52]
Nebraska 4,729 247.9 [52]
Nevada 13,157 447.6 [52]
New Hampshire 880 65.9 [52]
New Jersey 11,324 126.1 [52]
New Mexico 11,743 563.1 [52]
New York 14,384 72.5 [52]
North Carolina 15,306 150.7 [52]
North Dakota 1,954 258.6 [52]
Ohio 19,762 170.0 [52]
Oklahoma 12,276 313.1 [52]
Oregon 13,290 325.3 [52]
Pennsylvania 13,069 102.2 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,787 111.2 [52]
Rhode Island 1,103 104.3 [52]
South Carolina 13,930 280.9 [52]
South Dakota 1,500 174.1 [52]
Tennessee 15,239 229.2 [52]
Texas 68,990 247.2 [52]
Utah 9,362 307.5 [52]
Vermont 184 29.5 [52]
Virginia 9,848 117.0 [52]
Washington 32,322 443.9 [52]
West Virginia 2,498 136.6 [52]
Wisconsin 9,958 172.5 [52]
Wyoming 800 136.8 [52]

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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