Crime Rates in the United States - 2018

Violent crime in 2018

State Violent Crime Rate Source
Alabama 25,567 523.1 [51]
Alaska 6,555 891.7 [51]
Arizona 34,053 475.7 [51]
Arkansas 16,904 561.6 [51]
California 176,604 447.5 [51]
Colorado 22,851 401.5 [51]
Connecticut 7,485 209.6 [51]
Delaware 4,079 422.5 [51]
District of Columbia 6,995 997.1 [51]
Florida 81,980 385.9 [51]
Georgia 35,619 338.9 [51]
Hawaii 3,622 255.0 [51]
Idaho 4,196 239.7 [51]
Illinois 52,343 411.4 [51]
Indiana 25,009 373.5 [51]
Iowa 8,303 263.7 [51]
Kansas 12,861 441.8 [51]
Kentucky 9,719 217.9 [51]
Louisiana 25,314 543.3 [51]
Maine 1,500 112.0 [51]
Maryland 28,330 469.4 [51]
Massachusetts 23,424 340.3 [51]
Michigan 45,176 452.5 [51]
Minnesota 12,403 221.2 [51]
Mississippi 7,929 266.0 [51]
Missouri 30,696 501.4 [51]
Montana 4,040 380.9 [51]
Nebraska 5,583 289.9 [51]
Nevada 16,715 552.1 [51]
New Hampshire 2,404 177.6 [51]
New Jersey 18,536 208.6 [51]
New Mexico 17,637 842.8 [51]
New York 68,512 350.8 [51]
North Carolina 36,980 356.2 [51]
North Dakota 2,154 284.1 [51]
Ohio 34,426 294.8 [51]
Oklahoma 18,701 474.6 [51]
Oregon 12,146 290.4 [51]
Pennsylvania 39,099 305.4 [51]
Puerto Rico 6,417 200.9 [51]
Rhode Island 2,326 219.8 [51]
South Carolina 25,463 500.8 [51]
South Dakota 3,483 396.4 [51]
Tennessee 42,687 630.4 [51]
Texas 118,197 412.9 [51]
Utah 7,551 239.4 [51]
Vermont 1,155 185.0 [51]
Virginia 17,357 204.2 [51]
Washington 23,719 315.3 [51]
West Virginia 5,411 299.9 [51]
Wisconsin 17,365 299.0 [51]
Wyoming 1,235 213.8 [51]

Murder and non negligent manslaughter in 2018

Year Murder Rate Source
Alabama 383 7.8 [51]
Alaska 47 6.4 [51]
Arizona 383 5.4 [51]
Arkansas 222 7.4 [51]
California 1,739 4.4 [51]
Colorado 215 3.8 [51]
Connecticut 86 2.4 [51]
Delaware 46 4.8 [51]
District of Columbia 160 22.8 [51]
Florida 1,107 5.2 [51]
Georgia 647 6.2 [51]
Hawaii 40 2.8 [51]
Idaho 34 1.9 [51]
Illinois 902 7.1 [51]
Indiana 418 6.2 [51]
Iowa 70 2.2 [51]
Kansas 122 4.2 [51]
Kentucky 250 5.6 [51]
Louisiana 533 11.4 [51]
Maine 23 1.7 [51]
Maryland 491 8.1 [51]
Massachusetts 138 2.0 [51]
Michigan 555 5.6 [51]
Minnesota 107 1.9 [51]
Mississippi 214 7.2 [51]
Missouri 599 9.8 [51]
Montana 37 3.5 [51]
Nebraska 44 2.3 [51]
Nevada 202 6.7 [51]
New Hampshire 21 1.6 [51]
New Jersey 285 3.2 [51]
New Mexico 153 7.3 [51]
New York 562 2.9 [51]
North Carolina 574 5.5 [51]
North Dakota 18 2.4 [51]
Ohio 596 5.1 [51]
Oklahoma 215 5.5 [51]
Oregon 86 2.1 [51]
Pennsylvania 784 6.1 [51]
Puerto Rico 639 20.0 [51]
Rhode Island 16 1.5 [51]
South Carolina 411 8.1 [51]
South Dakota 12 1.4 [51]
Tennessee 508 7.5 [51]
Texas 1,327 4.6 [51]
Utah 63 2.0 [51]
Vermont 11 1.8 [51]
Virginia 417 4.9 [51]
Washington 236 3.1 [51]
West Virginia 76 4.2 [51]
Wisconsin 175 3.0 [51]
Wyoming 14 2.4 [51]

Robbery in 2018

Year Robbery Rate Source
Alabama 4,047 82.8 [51]
Alaska 896 121.9 [51]
Arizona 6,509 90.9 [51]
Arkansas 1,593 52.9 [51]
California 54,328 137.7 [51]
Colorado 3,781 66.4 [51]
Connecticut 2,205 61.7 [51]
Delaware 861 89.2 [51]
District of Columbia 2,415 344.2 [51]
Florida 16,884 79.5 [51]
Georgia 8,499 80.9 [51]
Hawaii 951 66.9 [51]
Idaho 195 11.1 [51]
Illinois 14,251 112.0 [51]
Indiana 5,737 85.7 [51]
Iowa 989 31.4 [51]
Kansas 1,420 48.8 [51]
Kentucky 2,469 55.3 [51]
Louisiana 4,600 98.7 [51]
Maine 228 17.0 [51]
Maryland 9,716 161.0 [51]
Massachusetts 4,084 59.3 [51]
Michigan 5,638 56.5 [51]
Minnesota 2,946 52.5 [51]
Mississippi 1,700 57.0 [51]
Missouri 5,206 85.0 [51]
Montana 270 25.5 [51]
Nebraska 736 38.2 [51]
Nevada 3,862 127.6 [51]
New Hampshire 342 25.3 [51]
New Jersey 6,364 71.6 [51]
New Mexico 2,646 126.4 [51]
New York 18,191 93.1 [51]
North Carolina 7,573 72.9 [51]
North Dakota 158 20.8 [51]
Ohio 9,608 82.3 [51]
Oklahoma 2,805 71.2 [51]
Oregon 2,515 60.1 [51]
Pennsylvania 9,854 77.0 [51]
Puerto Rico 2,271 71.1 [51]
Rhode Island 453 42.8 [51]
South Carolina 3,592 70.7 [51]
South Dakota 222 25.3 [51]
Tennessee 7,222 106.7 [51]
Texas 28,339 99.0 [51]
Utah 1,237 39.2 [51]
Vermont 73 11.7 [51]
Virginia 3,610 42.5 [51]
Washington 5,557 73.9 [51]
West Virginia 333 18.5 [51]
Wisconsin 3,493 60.1 [51]
Wyoming 75 13.0 [51]

Aggravated assault in 2018

Year Aggravated assault Rate Source
Alabama 19,105 390.9 [51]
Alaska 4,400 598.5 [51]
Arizona 23,556 329.1 [51]
Arkansas 12,748 423.6 [51]
California 105,031 266.2 [51]
Colorado 14,527 255.2 [51]
Connecticut 4,321 121.0 [51]
Delaware 2,838 293.9 [51]
District of Columbia 3,970 565.9 [51]
Florida 55,551 261.5 [51]
Georgia 23,675 225.2 [51]
Hawaii 1,922 135.3 [51]
Idaho 3,040 173.7 [51]
Illinois 31,084 244.3 [51]
Indiana 16,368 244.5 [51]
Iowa 6,118 194.3 [51]
Kansas 9,655 331.6 [51]
Kentucky 5,125 114.9 [51]
Louisiana 18,076 387.9 [51]
Maine 802 59.9 [51]
Maryland 16,132 267.3 [51]
Massachusetts 16,737 243.2 [51]
Michigan 31,082 311.3 [51]
Minnesota 6,875 122.6 [51]
Mississippi 5,419 181.8 [51]
Missouri 21,956 358.7 [51]
Montana 3,164 298.3 [51]
Nebraska 3,513 182.4 [51]
Nevada 10,322 341.0 [51]
New Hampshire 1,463 108.1 [51]
New Jersey 10,463 117.7 [51]
New Mexico 13,536 646.8 [51]
New York 43,182 221.1 [51]
North Carolina 26,200 252.4 [51]
North Dakota 1,569 207.0 [51]
Ohio 18,370 157.3 [51]
Oklahoma 13,250 336.3 [51]
Oregon 7,431 177.7 [51]
Pennsylvania 23,971 187.3 [51]
Puerto Rico 3,309 103.6 [51]
Rhode Island 1,363 128.8 [51]
South Carolina 18,810 370.0 [51]
South Dakota 2,632 299.5 [51]
Tennessee 31,946 471.8 [51]
Texas 73,433 256.5 [51]
Utah 4,397 139.4 [51]
Vermont 745 119.3 [51]
Virginia 10,258 120.7 [51]
Washington 14,316 190.3 [51]
West Virginia 4,286 237.5 [51]
Wisconsin 11,364 195.7 [51]
Wyoming 885 153.2 [51]

Property crime in 2018

Year Property crime Rate Source
Alabama 138,702 2837.8 [51]
Alaska 24,345 3311.6 [51]
Arizona 192,730 2692.5 [51]
Arkansas 89,177 2963.0 [51]
California 941,644 2386.2 [51]
Colorado 154,292 2711.0 [51]
Connecticut 59,356 1661.9 [51]
Delaware 22,405 2320.6 [51]
District of Columbia 30,726 4379.7 [51]
Florida 486,017 2287.8 [51]
Georgia 277,803 2642.9 [51]
Hawaii 41,027 2888.0 [51]
Idaho 25,822 1475.1 [51]
Illinois 246,679 1938.8 [51]
Indiana 146,948 2194.7 [51]
Iowa 57,024 1811.1 [51]
Kansas 77,449 2660.2 [51]
Kentucky 89,235 2000.3 [51]
Louisiana 152,996 3283.4 [51]
Maine 18,201 1359.2 [51]
Maryland 122,945 2036.9 [51]
Massachusetts 87,658 1273.6 [51]
Michigan 166,186 1664.5 [51]
Minnesota 112,186 2001.1 [51]
Mississippi 71,701 2405.3 [51]
Missouri 162,698 2657.8 [51]
Montana 26,787 2525.5 [51]
Nebraska 40,193 2087.3 [51]
Nevada 73,998 2444.3 [51]
New Hampshire 17,201 1270.9 [51]
New Jersey 125,155 1408.4 [51]
New Mexico 70,722 3379.4 [51]
New York 281,543 1441.6 [51]
North Carolina 243,323 2343.8 [51]
North Dakota 15,621 2060.6 [51]
Ohio 257,848 2208.3 [51]
Oklahoma 114,395 2903.3 [51]
Oregon 122,401 2926.9 [51]
Pennsylvania 190,633 1489.2 [51]
Puerto Rico 24,851 778.2 [51]
Rhode Island 17,625 1665.4 [51]
South Carolina 156,330 3074.8 [51]
South Dakota 15,191 1728.8 [51]
Tennessee 192,897 2848.6 [51]
Texas 681,143 2379.2 [51]
Utah 76,294 2419.3 [51]
Vermont 8,211 1315.1 [51]
Virginia 142,931 1681.3 [51]
Washington 223,256 2967.3 [51]
West Virginia 27,888 1545.6 [51]
Wisconsin 91,238 1571.1 [51]
Wyoming 10,308 1784.6 [51]

Burglary in 2018

Year Burglary Rate Source
Alabama 29,101 595.4 [51]
Alaska 3,985 542.1 [51]
Arizona 31,787 444.1 [51]
Arkansas 19,520 648.6 [51]
California 164,645 417.2 [51]
Colorado 21,757 382.3 [51]
Connecticut 7,983 223.5 [51]
Delaware 3,154 326.7 [51]
District of Columbia 1,788 254.9 [51]
Florida 71,933 338.6 [51]
Georgia 46,816 445.4 [51]
Hawaii 5,709 401.9 [51]
Idaho 4,990 285.1 [51]
Illinois 39,317 309.0 [51]
Indiana 25,894 386.7 [51]
Iowa 12,433 394.9 [51]
Kansas 12,792 439.4 [51]
Kentucky 17,462 391.4 [51]
Louisiana 31,291 671.5 [51]
Maine 2,712 202.5 [51]
Maryland 18,910 313.3 [51]
Massachusetts 14,095 204.8 [51]
Michigan 31,834 318.8 [51]
Minnesota 16,206 289.1 [51]
Mississippi 20,355 682.8 [51]
Missouri 27,345 446.7 [51]
Montana 3,329 313.9 [51]
Nebraska 5,308 275.7 [51]
Nevada 17,741 586.0 [51]
New Hampshire 1,908 141.0 [51]
New Jersey 19,232 216.4 [51]
New Mexico 16,102 769.4 [51]
New York 31,158 159.5 [51]
North Carolina 57,450 553.4 [51]
North Dakota 2,742 361.7 [51]
Ohio 49,456 423.6 [51]
Oklahoma 27,178 689.8 [51]
Oregon 16,515 394.9 [51]
Pennsylvania 27,054 211.3 [51]
Puerto Rico 5,486 171.8 [51]
Rhode Island 2,817 266.2 [51]
South Carolina 29,957 589.2 [51]
South Dakota 2,502 284.7 [51]
Tennessee 33,538 495.3 [51]
Texas 117,897 411.8 [51]
Utah 10,079 319.6 [51]
Vermont 1,496 239.6 [51]
Virginia 15,659 184.2 [51]
Washington 40,434 537.4 [51]
West Virginia 5,916 327.9 [51]
Wisconsin 14,180 244.2 [51]
Wyoming 1,551 268.5 [51]

Larceny theft in 2018

Year Larceny Rate Source
Alabama 96,328 1970.8 [51]
Alaska 16,364 2226.0 [51]
Arizona 141,789 1980.8 [51]
Arkansas 62,350 2071.6 [51]
California 621,779 1575.7 [51]
Colorado 110,518 1941.9 [51]
Connecticut 44,181 1237.0 [51]
Delaware 17,780 1841.6 [51]
District of Columbia 26,345 3755.3 [51]
Florida 372,919 1755.4 [51]
Georgia 205,631 1956.3 [51]
Hawaii 29,600 2083.6 [51]
Idaho 18,876 1078.3 [51]
Illinois 187,517 1473.8 [51]
Indiana 105,861 1581.1 [51]
Iowa 39,498 1254.5 [51]
Kansas 56,726 1948.4 [51]
Kentucky 61,313 1374.4 [51]
Louisiana 110,066 2362.1 [51]
Maine 14,712 1098.7 [51]
Maryland 91,887 1522.4 [51]
Massachusetts 66,968 973.0 [51]
Michigan 116,876 1170.6 [51]
Minnesota 85,849 1531.3 [51]
Mississippi 46,201 1549.8 [51]
Missouri 115,506 1886.9 [51]
Montana 20,641 1946.0 [51]
Nebraska 29,987 1557.3 [51]
Nevada 44,341 1464.7 [51]
New Hampshire 14,396 1063.6 [51]
New Jersey 94,886 1067.8 [51]
New Mexico 44,592 2130.8 [51]
New York 237,243 1214.7 [51]
North Carolina 169,376 1631.5 [51]
North Dakota 11,088 1462.6 [51]
Ohio 188,433 1613.8 [51]
Oklahoma 73,799 1873.0 [51]
Oregon 89,191 2132.8 [51]
Pennsylvania 150,441 1175.2 [51]
Puerto Rico 15,658 490.3 [51]
Rhode Island 13,270 1253.9 [51]
South Carolina 111,427 2191.7 [51]
South Dakota 11,237 1278.8 [51]
Tennessee 138,710 2048.4 [51]
Texas 493,238 1722.9 [51]
Utah 58,406 1852.1 [51]
Vermont 6,451 1033.2 [51]
Virginia 116,496 1370.3 [51]
Washington 154,941 2059.3 [51]
West Virginia 19,783 1096.4 [51]
Wisconsin 68,380 1177.5 [51]
Wyoming 7,974 1380.5 [51]

Motor vehicle theft in 2018

Year Vehicle theft Rate Source
Alabama 13,273 271.6 [51]
Alaska 3,996 543.6 [51]
Arizona 19,154 267.6 [51]
Arkansas 7,307 242.8 [51]
California 155,220 393.3 [51]
Colorado 22,017 386.9 [51]
Connecticut 7,192 201.4 [51]
Delaware 1,471 152.4 [51]
District of Columbia 2,593 369.6 [51]
Florida 41,165 193.8 [51]
Georgia 25,356 241.2 [51]
Hawaii 5,718 402.5 [51]
Idaho 1,956 111.7 [51]
Illinois 19,845 156.0 [51]
Indiana 15,193 226.9 [51]
Iowa 5,093 161.8 [51]
Kansas 7,931 272.4 [51]
Kentucky 10,460 234.5 [51]
Louisiana 11,639 249.8 [51]
Maine 777 58.0 [51]
Maryland 12,148 201.3 [51]
Massachusetts 6,595 95.8 [51]
Michigan 17,476 175.0 [51]
Minnesota 10,131 180.7 [51]
Mississippi 5,145 172.6 [51]
Missouri 19,847 324.2 [51]
Montana 2,817 265.6 [51]
Nebraska 4,898 254.4 [51]
Nevada 11,916 393.6 [51]
New Hampshire 897 66.3 [51]
New Jersey 11,037 124.2 [51]
New Mexico 10,028 479.2 [51]
New York 13,142 67.3 [51]
North Carolina 16,497 158.9 [51]
North Dakota 1,791 236.3 [51]
Ohio 19,959 170.9 [51]
Oklahoma 13,418 340.5 [51]
Oregon 16,695 399.2 [51]
Pennsylvania 13,138 102.6 [51]
Puerto Rico 3,707 116.1 [51]
Rhode Island 1,538 145.3 [51]
South Carolina 14,946 294.0 [51]
South Dakota 1,452 165.2 [51]
Tennessee 20,649 304.9 [51]
Texas 70,008 244.5 [51]
Utah 7,809 247.6 [51]
Vermont 264 42.3 [51]
Virginia 10,776 126.8 [51]
Washington 27,881 370.6 [51]
West Virginia 2,189 121.3 [51]
Wisconsin 8,678 149.4 [51]
Wyoming 783 135.6 [51]

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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