Crime Rates in the United States - 2017

Violent crime in 2017

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 25,551 524.2 [52]
Alaska 6,133 829.0 [52]
Arizona 35,644 508.0 [52]
Arkansas 16,671 554.9 [52]
California 177,627 449.3 [52]
Colorado 20,638 368.1 [52]
Connecticut 8,180 228.0 [52]
Delaware 4,361 453.4 [52]
District of Columbia 6,974 1004.9 [52]
Florida 85,625 408.0 [52]
Georgia 37,258 357.2 [52]
Hawaii 3,577 250.6 [52]
Idaho 3,888 226.4 [52]
Illinois 56,180 438.8 [52]
Indiana 26,598 399.0 [52]
Iowa 9,230 293.4 [52]
Kansas 12,030 413.0 [52]
Kentucky 10,056 225.8 [52]
Louisiana 26,092 557.0 [52]
Maine 1,617 121.0 [52]
Maryland 30,273 500.2 [52]
Massachusetts 24,560 358.0 [52]
Michigan 44,826 450.0 [52]
Minnesota 13,291 238.3 [52]
Mississippi 8,526 285.7 [52]
Missouri 32,420 530.3 [52]
Montana 3,961 377.1 [52]
Nebraska 5,873 305.9 [52]
Nevada 16,667 555.9 [52]
New Hampshire 2,668 198.7 [52]
New Jersey 20,604 228.8 [52]
New Mexico 16,359 783.5 [52]
New York 70,799 356.7 [52]
North Carolina 37,364 363.7 [52]
North Dakota 2,125 281.3 [52]
Ohio 34,683 297.5 [52]
Oklahoma 17,934 456.2 [52]
Oregon 11,674 281.8 [52]
Pennsylvania 40,120 313.3 [52]
Puerto Rico 7,762 232.6 [52]
Rhode Island 2,460 232.2 [52]
South Carolina 25,432 506.2 [52]
South Dakota 3,771 433.6 [52]
Tennessee 43,755 651.5 [52]
Texas 124,238 438.9 [52]
Utah 7,410 238.9 [52]
Vermont 1,034 165.8 [52]
Virginia 17,632 208.2 [52]
Washington 22,548 304.5 [52]
West Virginia 6,368 350.7 [52]
Wisconsin 18,539 319.9 [52]
Wyoming 1,376 237.5 [52]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2017

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 404 8.3 [52]
Alaska 62 8.4 [52]
Arizona 416 5.9 [52]
Arkansas 258 8.6 [52]
California 1,830 4.6 [52]
Colorado 221 3.9 [52]
Connecticut 102 2.8 [52]
Delaware 54 5.6 [52]
District of Columbia 116 16.7 [52]
Florida 1,057 5.0 [52]
Georgia 703 6.7 [52]
Hawaii 39 2.7 [52]
Idaho 32 1.9 [52]
Illinois 997 7.8 [52]
Indiana 397 6.0 [52]
Iowa 104 3.3 [52]
Kansas 160 5.5 [52]
Kentucky 263 5.9 [52]
Louisiana 582 12.4 [52]
Maine 23 1.7 [52]
Maryland 546 9.0 [52]
Massachusetts 173 2.5 [52]
Michigan 569 5.7 [52]
Minnesota 113 2.0 [52]
Mississippi 245 8.2 [52]
Missouri 600 9.8 [52]
Montana 41 3.9 [52]
Nebraska 43 2.2 [52]
Nevada 274 9.1 [52]
New Hampshire 14 1.0 [52]
New Jersey 324 3.6 [52]
New Mexico 148 7.1 [52]
New York 548 2.8 [52]
North Carolina 591 5.8 [52]
North Dakota 10 1.3 [52]
Ohio 710 6.1 [52]
Oklahoma 242 6.2 [52]
Oregon 104 2.5 [52]
Pennsylvania 739 5.8 [52]
Puerto Rico 679 20.3 [52]
Rhode Island 20 1.9 [52]
South Carolina 390 7.8 [52]
South Dakota 25 2.9 [52]
Tennessee 527 7.8 [52]
Texas 1,412 5.0 [52]
Utah 73 2.4 [52]
Vermont 14 2.2 [52]
Virginia 453 5.3 [52]
Washington 230 3.1 [52]
West Virginia 85 4.7 [52]
Wisconsin 186 3.2 [52]
Wyoming 15 2.6 [52]

Robbery in 2017

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,217 86.5 [52]
Alaska 951 128.5 [52]
Arizona 7,440 106.0 [52]
Arkansas 1,935 64.4 [52]
California 56,622 143.2 [52]
Colorado 3,838 68.4 [52]
Connecticut 2,813 78.4 [52]
Delaware 1,082 112.5 [52]
District of Columbia 2,623 378.0 [52]
Florida 18,597 88.6 [52]
Georgia 10,044 96.3 [52]
Hawaii 1,077 75.4 [52]
Idaho 196 11.4 [52]
Illinois 17,567 137.2 [52]
Indiana 6,600 99.0 [52]
Iowa 1,253 39.8 [52]
Kansas 1,785 61.3 [52]
Kentucky 2,958 66.4 [52]
Louisiana 5,358 114.4 [52]
Maine 249 18.6 [52]
Maryland 11,200 185.1 [52]
Massachusetts 4,871 71.0 [52]
Michigan 6,488 65.1 [52]
Minnesota 3,621 64.9 [52]
Mississippi 2,071 69.4 [52]
Missouri 6,351 103.9 [52]
Montana 295 28.1 [52]
Nebraska 968 50.4 [52]
Nevada 4,841 161.5 [52]
New Hampshire 419 31.2 [52]
New Jersey 7,895 87.7 [52]
New Mexico 3,722 178.3 [52]
New York 20,108 101.3 [52]
North Carolina 9,350 91.0 [52]
North Dakota 183 24.2 [52]
Ohio 11,605 99.5 [52]
Oklahoma 3,000 76.3 [52]
Oregon 2,432 58.7 [52]
Pennsylvania 11,793 92.1 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,055 91.5 [52]
Rhode Island 474 44.7 [52]
South Carolina 3,870 77.0 [52]
South Dakota 238 27.4 [52]
Tennessee 7,862 117.1 [52]
Texas 32,267 114.0 [52]
Utah 1,468 47.3 [52]
Vermont 92 14.8 [52]
Virginia 4,332 51.1 [52]
Washington 5,390 72.8 [52]
West Virginia 524 28.9 [52]
Wisconsin 4,345 75.0 [52]
Wyoming 76 13.1 [52]

Aggravated assault in 2017

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 18,902 387.8 [52]
Alaska 4,257 575.4 [52]
Arizona 24,207 345.0 [52]
Arkansas 12,425 413.6 [52]
California 104,454 264.2 [52]
Colorado 12,721 226.9 [52]
Connecticut 4,428 123.4 [52]
Delaware 2,891 300.5 [52]
District of Columbia 3,791 546.3 [52]
Florida 58,031 276.5 [52]
Georgia 23,793 228.1 [52]
Hawaii 1,894 132.7 [52]
Idaho 2,953 172.0 [52]
Illinois 32,060 250.4 [52]
Indiana 16,976 254.6 [52]
Iowa 6,639 211.0 [52]
Kansas 8,458 290.3 [52]
Kentucky 5,174 116.2 [52]
Louisiana 18,285 390.3 [52]
Maine 872 65.3 [52]
Maryland 16,836 278.2 [52]
Massachusetts 17,319 252.5 [52]
Michigan 30,738 308.5 [52]
Minnesota 7,172 128.6 [52]
Mississippi 5,119 171.5 [52]
Missouri 22,740 372.0 [52]
Montana 3,012 286.7 [52]
Nebraska 3,671 191.2 [52]
Nevada 9,662 322.3 [52]
New Hampshire 1,572 117.1 [52]
New Jersey 10,880 120.8 [52]
New Mexico 11,230 537.8 [52]
New York 43,819 220.8 [52]
North Carolina 24,708 240.5 [52]
North Dakota 1,533 202.9 [52]
Ohio 16,509 141.6 [52]
Oklahoma 12,550 319.3 [52]
Oregon 7,139 172.3 [52]
Pennsylvania 23,387 182.6 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,819 114.4 [52]
Rhode Island 1,521 143.5 [52]
South Carolina 18,668 371.5 [52]
South Dakota 2,913 335.0 [52]
Tennessee 32,432 482.9 [52]
Texas 76,089 268.8 [52]
Utah 4,172 134.5 [52]
Vermont 710 113.8 [52]
Virginia 9,985 117.9 [52]
Washington 13,673 184.6 [52]
West Virginia 4,964 273.4 [52]
Wisconsin 11,869 204.8 [52]
Wyoming 1,022 176.4 [52]

Property crime in 2017

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 144,160 2957.3 [52]
Alaska 26,204 3542.1 [52]
Arizona 204,515 2914.9 [52]
Arkansas 92,489 3078.6 [52]
California 987,114 2496.7 [52]
Colorado 151,483 2701.6 [52]
Connecticut 63,509 1769.9 [52]
Delaware 23,477 2440.6 [52]
District of Columbia 29,729 4283.9 [52]
Florida 527,220 2512.4 [52]
Georgia 298,298 2860.2 [52]
Hawaii 40,392 2829.5 [52]
Idaho 28,079 1635.4 [52]
Illinois 257,497 2011.4 [52]
Indiana 161,132 2416.9 [52]
Iowa 66,855 2125.3 [52]
Kansas 81,593 2800.9 [52]
Kentucky 94,833 2129.1 [52]
Louisiana 157,712 3366.8 [52]
Maine 20,133 1507.1 [52]
Maryland 134,496 2222.3 [52]
Massachusetts 98,575 1437.0 [52]
Michigan 179,318 1800.0 [52]
Minnesota 122,212 2191.5 [52]
Mississippi 81,581 2733.9 [52]
Missouri 173,253 2833.9 [52]
Montana 27,225 2591.6 [52]
Nebraska 43,663 2274.0 [52]
Nevada 78,322 2612.4 [52]
New Hampshire 18,555 1381.8 [52]
New Jersey 140,086 1555.5 [52]
New Mexico 82,306 3941.7 [52]
New York 300,555 1514.2 [52]
North Carolina 261,486 2545.3 [52]
North Dakota 16,602 2197.8 [52]
Ohio 282,034 2419.1 [52]
Oklahoma 113,066 2876.4 [52]
Oregon 123,722 2986.5 [52]
Pennsylvania 211,220 1649.4 [52]
Puerto Rico 31,176 934.2 [52]
Rhode Island 18,561 1751.6 [52]
South Carolina 160,575 3195.9 [52]
South Dakota 16,317 1876.2 [52]
Tennessee 197,488 2940.6 [52]
Texas 725,328 2562.6 [52]
Utah 86,238 2780.2 [52]
Vermont 8,960 1436.7 [52]
Virginia 151,855 1792.9 [52]
Washington 235,027 3173.6 [52]
West Virginia 33,630 1852.0 [52]
Wisconsin 104,802 1808.3 [52]
Wyoming 10,604 1830.4 [52]

Burglary in 2017

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 31,477 645.7 [52]
Alaska 4,171 563.8 [52]
Arizona 37,627 536.3 [52]
Arkansas 21,862 727.7 [52]
California 176,690 446.9 [52]
Colorado 22,813 406.9 [52]
Connecticut 8,890 247.8 [52]
Delaware 3,970 412.7 [52]
District of Columbia 1,809 260.7 [52]
Florida 88,853 423.4 [52]
Georgia 55,374 530.9 [52]
Hawaii 5,549 388.7 [52]
Idaho 5,655 329.4 [52]
Illinois 43,459 339.5 [52]
Indiana 30,140 452.1 [52]
Iowa 15,078 479.3 [52]
Kansas 13,931 478.2 [52]
Kentucky 20,195 453.4 [52]
Louisiana 34,265 731.5 [52]
Maine 3,334 249.6 [52]
Maryland 23,508 388.4 [52]
Massachusetts 17,089 249.1 [52]
Michigan 35,641 357.8 [52]
Minnesota 18,787 336.9 [52]
Mississippi 24,710 828.1 [52]
Missouri 30,081 492.0 [52]
Montana 3,615 344.1 [52]
Nebraska 6,472 337.1 [52]
Nevada 20,049 668.7 [52]
New Hampshire 2,574 191.7 [52]
New Jersey 23,891 265.3 [52]
New Mexico 17,917 858.1 [52]
New York 35,002 176.3 [52]
North Carolina 64,786 630.6 [52]
North Dakota 2,942 389.5 [52]
Ohio 58,573 502.4 [52]
Oklahoma 28,608 727.8 [52]
Oregon 17,705 427.4 [52]
Pennsylvania 32,057 250.3 [52]
Puerto Rico 7,949 238.2 [52]
Rhode Island 3,217 303.6 [52]
South Carolina 31,306 623.1 [52]
South Dakota 2,707 311.3 [52]
Tennessee 38,716 576.5 [52]
Texas 134,066 473.7 [52]
Utah 11,817 381.0 [52]
Vermont 1,854 297.3 [52]
Virginia 18,468 218.0 [52]
Washington 43,720 590.4 [52]
West Virginia 7,628 420.1 [52]
Wisconsin 17,599 303.7 [52]
Wyoming 1,593 275.0 [52]

Larceny theft in 2017

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 99,842 2048.1 [52]
Alaska 17,775 2402.7 [52]
Arizona 147,830 2107.0 [52]
Arkansas 63,374 2109.5 [52]
California 642,033 1623.9 [52]
Colorado 106,809 1904.9 [52]
Connecticut 47,310 1318.5 [52]
Delaware 18,138 1885.6 [52]
District of Columbia 25,333 3650.4 [52]
Florida 395,453 1884.5 [52]
Georgia 216,661 2077.4 [52]
Hawaii 29,574 2071.7 [52]
Idaho 20,278 1181.1 [52]
Illinois 193,157 1508.8 [52]
Indiana 115,591 1733.8 [52]
Iowa 46,198 1468.6 [52]
Kansas 59,816 2053.3 [52]
Kentucky 64,394 1445.7 [52]
Louisiana 112,485 2401.3 [52]
Maine 16,006 1198.1 [52]
Maryland 97,420 1609.7 [52]
Massachusetts 73,946 1078.0 [52]
Michigan 124,104 1245.7 [52]
Minnesota 93,446 1675.7 [52]
Mississippi 52,240 1750.6 [52]
Missouri 123,251 2016.0 [52]
Montana 21,018 2000.8 [52]
Nebraska 31,988 1666.0 [52]
Nevada 45,461 1516.4 [52]
New Hampshire 15,066 1122.0 [52]
New Jersey 104,025 1155.1 [52]
New Mexico 52,617 2519.9 [52]
New York 252,143 1270.3 [52]
North Carolina 180,902 1760.9 [52]
North Dakota 11,887 1573.6 [52]
Ohio 203,208 1743.0 [52]
Oklahoma 72,207 1836.9 [52]
Oregon 88,877 2145.3 [52]
Pennsylvania 166,178 1297.7 [52]
Puerto Rico 19,633 588.3 [52]
Rhode Island 13,861 1308.1 [52]
South Carolina 115,012 2289.1 [52]
South Dakota 12,227 1405.9 [52]
Tennessee 140,248 2088.3 [52]
Texas 523,221 1848.5 [52]
Utah 64,892 2092.1 [52]
Vermont 6,912 1108.3 [52]
Virginia 123,215 1454.7 [52]
Washington 162,511 2194.4 [52]
West Virginia 23,000 1266.6 [52]
Wisconsin 77,735 1341.3 [52]
Wyoming 8,232 1421.0 [52]

Motor vehicle theft in 2017

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 12,841 263.4 [52]
Alaska 4,258 575.6 [52]
Arizona 19,058 271.6 [52]
Arkansas 7,253 241.4 [52]
California 168,391 425.9 [52]
Colorado 21,861 389.9 [52]
Connecticut 7,309 203.7 [52]
Delaware 1,369 142.3 [52]
District of Columbia 2,587 372.8 [52]
Florida 42,914 204.5 [52]
Georgia 26,263 251.8 [52]
Hawaii 5,269 369.1 [52]
Idaho 2,146 125.0 [52]
Illinois 20,881 163.1 [52]
Indiana 15,401 231.0 [52]
Iowa 5,579 177.4 [52]
Kansas 7,846 269.3 [52]
Kentucky 10,244 230.0 [52]
Louisiana 10,962 234.0 [52]
Maine 793 59.4 [52]
Maryland 13,568 224.2 [52]
Massachusetts 7,540 109.9 [52]
Michigan 19,573 196.5 [52]
Minnesota 9,979 178.9 [52]
Mississippi 4,631 155.2 [52]
Missouri 19,921 325.9 [52]
Montana 2,592 246.7 [52]
Nebraska 5,203 271.0 [52]
Nevada 12,812 427.3 [52]
New Hampshire 915 68.1 [52]
New Jersey 12,170 135.1 [52]
New Mexico 11,772 563.8 [52]
New York 13,410 67.6 [52]
North Carolina 15,798 153.8 [52]
North Dakota 1,773 234.7 [52]
Ohio 20,253 173.7 [52]
Oklahoma 12,251 311.7 [52]
Oregon 17,140 413.7 [52]
Pennsylvania 12,985 101.4 [52]
Puerto Rico 3,594 107.7 [52]
Rhode Island 1,483 140.0 [52]
South Carolina 14,257 283.8 [52]
South Dakota 1,383 159.0 [52]
Tennessee 18,524 275.8 [52]
Texas 68,041 240.4 [52]
Utah 9,529 307.2 [52]
Vermont 194 31.1 [52]
Virginia 10,172 120.1 [52]
Washington 28,796 388.8 [52]
West Virginia 3,002 165.3 [52]
Wisconsin 9,468 163.4 [52]
Wyoming 779 134.5 [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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