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Committee on Uniform Crime Reporting 

National Sheriffs' Association; 

Uniform Crime Reporting Data Providers Advisory Policy Board 




I APPENDICES 




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FOREWORD 

Essential to law enforcement planning and policy is timely and accurate 
information. Administered by the FBI since 1930, the Uniform Crime 
Reporting (UCR) Program has provided an important component of this 
information. Throughout the decades, continual effort has been made to 
improve quality, coverage, and presentation of the crime data supplied to the 
Program by law enforcement agencies across the country. 

Enhancements — As part of that effort, several enhancements have been 
made to this year's Crime in the United States. Among the changes are an 
expansion in the time period for which Crime Index figures are presented, 
improved measures of seasonal variations in crime, enhanced references to 
tables and graphics, and more information about murder. 

New Feature — A new feature is an examination of a currently important 
topic. This year's focus is upon arrests for juvenile violent, drug, and weapon 
offenses during the past 25 years. 

Telephone Guide — While this publication provides a weahh of 
information, many users will desire additional detail and explanation. To 
assist these users, as well as data providers with questions concerning data 
submissions, a telephone guide has been included to facilitate inquiries. 

Future Reports — Crucial to future reports, although not evident in this 
year's publication, has been increasing participation in the National Incident- 
Based Reporting System (NIBRS), which will greatly expand the available 
knowledge of crime in the United States. Likewise, collection of information 
about prejudice-motivated crimes in the United States was begun during 1991, 
thereby establishing a basis for examining trends. This first year's information 
will appear in a separate report. 

The FBI, through UCR, is committed to working with other law 
enforcement agencies throughout the Nation to obtain criminal justice 
information which has never before been available but is needed for effective 
law enforcement. 



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William S. Sessions 
Director 



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CRIME FACTORS 



Each year when Crime in the United Slates is published, many entities-news media, tourism agencies, 
and others with an interest in crime in our Nation-compile rankings of cities and counties based on their 
Crime Index figures. These simplistic and/or incomplete analyses often create misleading perceptions 
which adversely affect cities and counties, along with their residents. Assessing criminality and law 
enforcement's response from jurisdiction to jurisdiction must encompass many elements, some of which, 
while having significant impact, are not readily measurable nor applicable pervasively among all locales. 
Geographic and demographic factors specific to each jurisdiction must be considered and applied if crime 
assessment is to approach completeness and accuracy. There are several sources of information which may 
assist the responsible researcher. The U.S. Bureau of the Census data, for example, can be utilized to better 
understand the makeup of a locale's population. The transience of the population, its racial and ethnic 
makeup, its composition by age and gender, education levels, and prevalent family structures are all key 
factors in assessing and better understanding the crime issue. 

The National League of Cities provides information regarding the economic and cultural makeup of 
cities and counties. Understanding a jurisdiction's industrial/economic base, its dependence upon 
neighboring jurisdictions, its transportation system, its economic dependence on nonresidents (such as 
tourists and convention attendees), its proximity to military reservations, etc., all help in better gauging 
and interpreting the crime known to and reported by law enforcement. More detailed information can, of 
course, be obtained from a city's or county's chamber of commerce, planning/information office, or other 
similar entity. 

The strength (personnel and other resources) and the aggressiveness of a jurisdiction's law enforcement 
agency are also key factors. While information pertaining to the number of sworn and civilian law 
enforcement employees can be found in this publication, assessment of the law enforcement emphases is, 
of course, much more difilcult. For example, one city may report more crime than a comparable one, not 
because there is more crime, but rather because its law enforcement agency through proactive efforts, such 
as "sting operations," identifies more offenses. Attitudes of the citizens toward crime and their crime 
reporting practices, especially concerning more minor offenses, have an impact on the volume of crimes 
known to police. 

It is incumbent upon all data users to become as well educated as possible about how to categorize and 
quantify the nature and extent of crime in the United States and in any of the over 16,000 jurisdictions 
represented by law enforcement contributors to this Program. This is only possible with careful study and 
analysis of the various unique conditions affecting each local law enforcement jurisdiction. 

Historically, the causes and origins of crime have been the subjects of investigation by varied 
disciplines. Some factors which are known to affect the volume and type of crime occurring from place to 
place are: 

Population density and degree of urbanization with size of locality and its surrounding area. 

Variations in composition of the population, particularly youth concentration. 

Stability of population with respect to residents' mobility, commuting patterns, and transient 
factors. 

Modes of transportation and highway system. 

Economic conditions, including median income, poverty level, and job availability. 

Cultural factors and educational, recreational, and religious characteristics. 

Family conditions with respect to divorce and family cohesiveness. 

Climate. 

Effective strength of law enforcement agencies. 

Administrative and investigative emphases of law enforcement. 

Policies of other components of the criminal justice system (i.e., prosecutorial, judicial, 
correctional, and probational). 

Citizens' attitudes toward crime. 

Crime reporting practices of the citizenry. 
The Uniform Crime Reports give a nationwide view of crime based on statistics contributed by state 
and local law enforcement agencies. Population size is the only correlate of crime utilized in this 
publication. While the other factors listed above are of equal concern, no attempt is made to relate them to 
the data presented. The reader is. therefore, cautioned against comparing statistical data of individual 
reporting units from cities, counties, metropolitan areas, states, or colleges and universities solely on the basis 
of their population coverage or student enrollment. 



Data users are cautioned against comparisons of crime trends presented in this report and those 
estimated by the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), administered by the Bureau of Justice 
Statistics. Because of differences in methodology and crime coverage, the two programs examine the 
Nation's crime problem from somewhat different perspectives, and their results are not strictly 
comparable. The definitional and procedural differences can account for many of the apparent 
discrepancies in results from the two programs. Appendix IV, "The Nation's Two Crime Measures," 
contains a detailed description of the NCVS and UCR. 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Section I — Summary of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program 1-3 

Section II — Crime Index Offenses Reported 4-201 

Narrative comments: 

Crime Index Total 5-9 

Violent Crime: 10-12 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 1 3-22 

Forcible rape 23-25 

Robbery 26-30 

Aggravated assault 31 -34 

Property Crime: 35-37 

Burglary 38-42 

Larceny-theft 43-48 

Motor vehicle theft 49-52 

Arson 53-56 

Crime Index Tabulations 57 

Charts: 

Crime clock, 1991 4 

Crime Index total, variation from monthly average 7 

Crime Index total, 1987-1991 7 

Crime Index offenses, percent distribution, 1991 8 

Regional violent and property crime rates, 1991 9 

Violent crime, variation from monthly average 12 

Violent crime, 1987-1991 12 

Murder, variation from monthly average 15 

Murder, 1987-1991 15 

Forcible rape, variation from monthly average 25 

Forcible rape, 1987-1991 25 

Robbery, variation from monthly average 28 

Robbery, 1 987-1 99 1 28 

Robbery analysis, 1987-1991 30 

Aggravated assault, variation from monthly average 33 

Aggravated assault, 1987-1991 33 

Property crime, variation from monthly average 37 

Property crime, 1987-1991 37 

Burglary, variation from monthly average 40 

Burglary, 1987-1991 40 

Burglary analysis, 1987-1991 41 

Larceny-theft, variation from monthly average 45 

Larceny-theft, 1987-1991 45 

Larceny analysis, 1987-1991 46 

Larceny analysis, 1991 47 

Motor vehicle theft, variation from monthly average 51 

Motor vehicle theft, 1987-1991 51 



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Tables: 

Crime Index total by month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Violent crime total by month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Murder: 

By month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Age, sex, and race of victims, 1 99 1 

Age, sex, and race of offenders, 1991 

Victim/offender relationship by age, 1991 

Victim/offender relationship by race and sex, 1991 

Type of weapons used, 1991 

Victims, type of weapons used, 1987-1991 

Victims — weapons used, 1 99 1 

Circumstances by relationship, 1991 

Circumstances by weapon, 1 99 1 

Circumstances, 1987-1991 

Circumstances by victim sex, 1991 

Justifiable homicide by weapon, 1987-1991: 

Law enforcement 

Private citizen 

Forcible rape, by month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Robbery: 

By month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Percent distribution, region, 1991 

Percent distribution, population group, 1991 

Type of weapons used, 1991 

Aggravated assault: 

By month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Type of weapons used, 1991 

Property crime total by month, percent of annual total 1987-1991 

Burglary, by month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

Larceny-theft: 

By month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

By region, 1991 

Motor vehicle theft: 

By month, percent of annual total, 1987-1991 

By region, 1991 

Arson, 1991: 

Rate, population group 

Type of property 

Structures not in use 

Monetary value of property damaged 

Offenses cleared by arrest 

Offenses cleared by arrest of persons under 1 8 years of age 

Index of crime: 

United States, 1972-1991 

United States, 1991 

Regional offense and population distribution, 1991 

Region, geographic division, and state, 1990-1991 .■. 

State, 1991 

Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 79-106 

United States, offense analysis, 1987-1991 107 

Number of offenses known to the police, 1991: 

Cities and towns 10,000 and over in population 108-156 

Universities and colleges 157-165 

Suburban counties 1 66- 1 78 

Rural counties 25,000 and over in population 179-185 

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Tables — Continued 

Crime trends, offenses known to the police, 1990-1991: 

Population group 186-187 

Suburban and nonsuburban cities, population group 188 

Suburban and nonsuburban counties, population group 189 

Offense breakdown, population group 1 90- 1 9 1 

Crime rates, offenses known to the police, 1991: 

Population group 192-193 

Suburban and nonsuburban cities, population group 194 

Suburban and nonsuburban counties, population group 195 

Offense breakdown, population group 196-197 

Murder, state, type of weapon, 1991 198 

Robbery, state, type of weapon, 1 99 1 1 99 

Aggravated assault, state, type of weapon, 1 99 1 200 

Offense analysis, 1991, and percent change from 1990 201 

Type and value of property stolen and recovered, 1991 201 

Section III— Crime Index Offenses Cleared 202-211 

Narrative comments 202 

Chart: 

Crimes cleared by arrest, 1991 203 

Tables: 

Offenses known and percent cleared by arrest, 1991: 

Population group 204-205 

Geographic region and division 206-207 

Offense breakdown, population group 208-209 

Offenses cleared by arrest of persons under 1 8 years of age, 1991 210-211 

Section IV — Persons Arrested 212-278 

Narrative comments 212-213 

Tables: 

Arrests for drug abuse violations, 1991 212 

Total estimated arrests. United States, 1991 213 

Arrests, number and rate, 1991: 

Region 214 

Population group 215-216 

Total arrest trends: 

1982-1991 217 

Sex, 1982-1991 218 

1987-1991 219 

Sex, 1987-1991 220 

1990-1991 221 

Sex, 1990-1991 222 

Total arrests, 1991: 

Distribution by age 223-224 

Male arrests, distribution by age 225-226 

Female arrests, distribution by age 227-228 

Of persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 years of age 229 

Distribution by sex 230 

Distribution by race 231-233 

City arrest trends: 

1990-1991 234 

Sex, 1990-1991 235 

City arrests, 1991: 

Distribution by age 236-237 

Of persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 years of age 238 

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Tables — Continued 

Distribution by sex 239 

Distribution by race 240-242 

Suburban county arrest trends: 

1990-1991 243 

Sex, 1990-1991 244 

Suburban county arrests, 1991: 

Distribution by age 245-246 

Of persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 years of age 247 

Distribution by sex 248 

Distribution by race 249-25 1 

Rural county arrest trends: 

1990-1991 252 

Sex, 1990-1991 253 

Rural county arrests, 1991: 

Distribution by age 254-255 

Of persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 years of age 256 

Distribution by sex 257 

Distribution by race 258-260 

Suburban area arrest trends: 

1990-1991 261 

Sex, 1990-1991 262 

Suburban area arrests, 1991: 

Distribution by age 263-264 

Of persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 years of age 265 

Distribution by sex 266 

Distribution by race 267-269 

Arrests by state, 1991 270-277 

Police disposition of juvenile offenders taken into custody, 1991 278 

Section V — Juveniles and Violence 279-289 

Narrative comments 279-289 

Charts: 

Juvenile violent crime arrest rates. United States: 

1965-1990 280 

By race, 1965-1990 280 

Juvenile murder arrest rates. United States: 

1965-1990 281 

By race, 1965-1990 281 

Juvenile forcible rape arrest rates, United States: 

1965-1990 282 

By race. 1965-1990 282 

Juvenile robbery arrest rates. United States: 

1965-1990 284 

By race, 1965-1990 284 

Juvenile aggravated assault arrest rates. United States: 

1965-1990 285 

By race, 1965-1990 ,. 285 

Juvenile heroin/cocaine arrest rates by race. United States, 1965-1990 286 

Juvenile marijuana arrest rates by race. United States, 1965-1990 286 

Juvenile synthetic drug arrest rates by race. United States, 1965-1990 287 

Juvenile nonnarcotic drug arrest rates by race. United States, 1965-1990 287 

Juvenile weapon violations arrest rates. United States: 

1965-1990 288 

By race, 1965-1990 288 

Table: 

Percent changes in juvenile arrest rates for crimes related to violence, United States, 1990 over 1980 .. 289 

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Section VI — Law Enforcement Personnel 290-375 

Narrative comments 290 

Tables: 

Full-time law enforcement employees, October 31, 1991: 
Employees, number and rate per 1,000 inhabitants, geographic region and division by population 

group 291 

Officers, number and rate per 1,000 inhabitants, geographic region and division by population 

group 292 

Employees, range in rate per 1,000 inhabitants 293 

Officers, range in rate per 1,000 inhabitants 294 

Employees, percent male and female 295 

Civilian employees, percent of total, population group 295 

State law enforcement agencies 296 

States 297 

Cities 298-356 

Universities and colleges 357-36 1 

Suburban counties 362-365 

Rural counties 366-375 

Section VII — Appendices 376-395 

Appendix I — Methodology 376-382 

Appendix II — Offenses in Uniform Crime Reporting 383-384 

Appendix III — Uniform Crime Reporting Area Definitions 385-387 

Appendix IV — The Nation's Two Crime Measures 388-389 

Appendix V — Directory of Uniform Crime Reporting Programs 390-394 

Appendix VI — National Uniform Crime Reporting Program Directory 395 



XI 



SECTION I 

Summary of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program 



The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is a 
nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of over 16,000 
city, county, and state law enforcement agencies volun- 
tarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention. 
During 1991, law enforcement agencies active in the UCR 
Program represented approximately 241 million inhabi- 
tants of the United States, or 96 percent of the total 
population as established by the Bureau of the Census. The 
coverage amounted to 98 percent of the United States 
population living in Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), 
91 percent of the population in cities outside metropolitan 
areas, and 88 percent of the rural population. 

Since 1930, the FBI has administered the Program and 
issued periodic assessments of the nature and type of crime 
in the Nation. While the Program's primary objective is to 
generate a reliable set of criminal statistics for use in law 
enforcement administration, operation, and management, 
its data have over the years become one of the country's 
leading social indicators. The American public looks to 
UCR for information on fluctuations in the level of crime, 
while criminologists, sociologists, legislators, municipal 
planners, the press, and other students of criminal justice 
use the statistics for varied research and planning pur^ 
poses. 

Historical Background 

Recognizing a need for national crime statistics, the 
International Association of Chiefs of Police (lACP) 
formed the Committee on Uniform Crime Records in the 
1920s to develop a system of uniform police statistics. 
Establishing offenses known to law enforcement as the 
appropriate measure, the Committee evaluated various 
crimes on the basis of their seriousness, frequency of 
occurrence, pervasiveness in all geographic areas of the 
country, and likelihood of being reported to law enforce- 
ment. After studying state criminal codes and making an 
evaluation of the recordkeeping practices in use, the 
Committee in 1929 completed a plan for crime reporting 
which became the foundation of the UCR Program. 

Seven offenses were chosen to serve as an Index for 
gauging fluctuations in the overall volume and rate of 
crime. Known collectively as the Crime Index, these 
ofTenses included the violent crimes of murder and non- 
negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggra- 
vated assault and the property crimes of burglary, larceny- 
theft, and motor vehicle theft. By congressional mandate, 
arson was added as the eighth Index offense in 1979. 

During the early planning of the Program, it was 
recognized that the differences among criminal codes 
precluded a mere aggregation of state statistics to arrive at 



a national total. Further, because of the variances in 
punishment for the same offenses in different state codes, 
no distinction between felony and misdemeanor crimes 
was possible. To avoid these problems and provide nation- 
wide uniformity in crime reporting, standardized offense 
definitions by which law enforcement agencies were to 
submit data, without regard for local statutes, were formu- 
lated. The definitions used by the Program are set forth in 
Appendix II of this publication. 

In January, 1930, 400 cities representing 20 million 
inhabitants in 43 states began participating in the UCR 
Program. Congress enacted Title 28, Section 534, of the 
United States Code authorizing the Attorney General to 
gather crime information that same year. The Attorney 
General, in turn, designated the FBI to serve as the 
national clearinghouse for the data collected. Since that 
time, data based on uniform classifications and procedures 
for reporting have been obtained from the Nation's law 
enforcement agencies. 

Advisory Groups 

Providing vital links between local law enforcement and 
the FBI in the conduct of the UCR Program are the lACP 
and the National Sheriffs' Association (NSA). The lACP's 
Committee on Uniform Crime Records, as it has since the 
Program began, represents the thousands of police depart- 
ments nationwide. The NSA's Committee on Uniform 
Crime Reporting, established in June, 1966, encourages 
sheriffs throughout the country to participate fully in the 
Program. Both committees serve in advisory capacities 
concerning the UCR Program's operation. 

To function in an advisory capacity concerning UCR 
policy and provide suggestions on UCR data usage, a Data 
Providers Advisory Policy Board was established in 
August, 1 988. The Board is comprised of 20 city, county, 
and state law enforcement executives, representing the four 
geographic regions of the Nation. 

The Association of State Uniform Crime Reporting 
Programs and committees on UCR within individual state 
law enforcement associations are also active in promoting 
interest in the UCR Program. These organizations foster 
widespread and more intelligent use of uniform crime 
statistics and lend assistance to contributors when the 
needs arise. 

Redesign of UCR 

While throughout the years the UCR Program remained 
virtually unchanged in terms of the data collected and 
disseminated, a broad utility had evolved for UCR by the 
1980s. Recognizing the need for improved statistics, law 



enforcement called for a thorough evaluative study that 
would modernize the UCR Program. The FBI fully con- 
curred with the need for an updated Program and lent its 
complete support, formulating a comprehensive three- 
phase redesign effort. The Bureau of Justice Statistics 
(BJS), the Department of Justice agency responsible for 
funding criminal justice information projects, agreed to 
underwrite the first two phases. Conducted by an inde- 
pendent contractor, these phases were structured to deter- 
mine what, if any, changes should be made to the current 
Program. The third phase would involve implementation 
of the changes identified. Abt Associates Inc. of Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts, overseen by the FBI, BJS, and a 
Steering Committee comprised of prestigious individuals 
representing a myriad of disciplines, commenced the first 
phase in 1982. 

During the first phase, the historical evolution of the 
Program was examined. All aspects of the Program, 
including the objectives and intended user audience, data 
items, reporting mechanisms, quality control, publications 
and user services, and relationships with other criminal 
justice data systems, were studied. 

Early in 1984, a conference on the future of UCR, held 
in Elkridge, Maryland, launched the second phase of the 
study, which would examine potential futures for UCR and 
conclude with a set of recommended changes. Attendees at 
this conference reviewed work conducted during the first 
phase and discussed the potential changes that should be 
considered during phase two. 

Findings from the evaluation's first phase and input on 
alternatives for the future were also major topics of 
discussion at the seventh National UCR Conference in 
July, 1984. Overlapping phases one and two was a survey 
of law enforcement agencies. 

Phase two ended in early 1985 with the production of a 
draft "Blueprint for the Future of the Uniform Crime 
Reporting Program." The study's Steering Committee 
reviewed the draft report at a March, 1985, meeting and 
made various recommendations for revision. The Commit- 
tee members, however, endorsed the report's concepts. 

In April, 1985, the phase two recommendations were 
presented at the eighth National UCR Conference. While 
various considerations for the final report were set forth, 
the overall concept for the revised Program was unani- 
mously approved. The joint lACP/NSA Committee on 
UCR also issued a resolution endorsing the Blueprint. 

The final report, the "Blueprint for the Future of the 
Uniform Crime Reporting Program," was released in the 
summer of 1985. It specifically outlined recommendations 
for an expanded, improved UCR Program to meet infor- 
mational needs into the next century. There were three 
recommended areas of enhancement to the UCR Program. 
First, reporting of offenses and arrests would be made by 
means of an incident-based system. Second, collection of 
data would be accomplished on two levels. Agencies in 
level one would report important details about those 



offenses comprising the current Crime Index, their victims, 
and arrestees. Law enforcement agencies covering popula- 
tions of over 100,000 and a sampling of smaller agencies 
would be included in level two, which would collect 
expanded detail on all significant offenses. The third 
proposal involved introducing a quality assurance pro- 
gram. 

One of the first actions taken by the FBI to begin 
implementation was to award a contract for the develop- 
ment of new offense definitions and data elements for the 
redesigned system. The work involved: (a) revision of the 
definitions of certain Index offenses; (b) identification of 
additional significant offenses to be reported; (c) refining 
definitions for both; and (d) development of data elements 
(incident details) for all UCR offenses in order to fulfill the 
requirements of incident-based reporting versus the cur- 
rent summary reporting. 

Concurrent with the preparation of the data elements, 
the FBI studied the various state systems to select an 
experimental site for implementation of the redesigned 
Program. In view of its long-standing incident-based 
Program and well-established staff dedicated solely to 
UCR, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 
(SLED) was chosen. The SLED agreed to adapt its existing 
system to meet the requirements of the redesigned Pro- 
gram and collect data on both offenses and arrests relating 
to the newly defined offenses. 

To assist SLED in conducting the pilot project, offense 
definitions and data elements developed under the private 
contract were put at the staffs disposal. Also, the FBI's 
Technical Services Division developed "Automated Data 
Capture Specifications" for use in adapting the state's data 
processing procedures to incorporate the revised system. 
The BJS supplied funding to facilitate needed software 
revisions. Testing of the new Program was completed in 
late 1987. 

Following the completion of the pilot project conducted 
by SLED, the FBI produced a draft set of guidelines for an 
enhanced UCR Program. Law enforcement executives 
from around the country were then invited to a conference 
in Orange Beach, Alabama, where the guidelines were 
presented for final review. 

During the conference, three overall endorsements were 
passed without dissent. First, that there be established a 
new, incident-based national crime reporting system; sec- 
ond, that the FBI manage this Program; and third, that an 
Advisory Policy Board composed of law enforcement 
executives be formed to assist in the direction and imple- 
mentation of the new Program. 

Information about the redesigned UCR Program, called 
the National Incident-Based Reporting System or NIBRS, 
is contained in four documents produced subsequent to the 
Orange Beach Conference. Volume 1, Data Collection 
Guidelines, contains a system overview and descriptions of 
the offenses, offense codes, reports, data elements, and 
data values used in the system. Volume 2, Data Submission 



Specifications, is for the use of state and local systems 
personnel who are responsible for preparing magnetic 
tapes/floppy disks/etc, for submission to the FBI. Volume 
3, Approaches to Implementing an Incident-Based Report- 
ing (IBR) System, is for use by computer programmers, 
analysts, etc., responsible for developing a state or local 
IBR system which will meet NIBRS' reporting require- 
ments. Volume 4, Error Message Manual, contains desig- 
nations of mandatory and optional data elements, data 
element edits, and error messages. 

A new NIBRS edition of the UCR Handbook has been 
produced to assist law enforcement agency data contribu- 
tors implementing NIBRS within their departments. This 
document is geared toward familiarizing local and state 
law enforcement personnel with the definitions, policies, 
and procedures of NIBRS. It does not contain the technical 
coding and data transmission requirements presented in 
Volumes 1-4. 

NIBRS will collect data on each single incident and 
arrest within 22 crime categories. For each offense known 
to police within these categories, incident, victim, proper- 
ty, offender, and arrestee information will be gathered 
when available. The goal of the redesign is to modernize 
crime information by collecting data presently maintained 
in law enforcement records; the enhanced UCR Program 
is, therefore, a byproduct of current records systems. The 
integrity of UCR's long-running statistical series will, of 
course, be maintained. 

It became apparent during the development of the 
prototype system that the level one and level two reporting 
proposed in the "Blueprint" may not be the most practical 
approach. Many state and local law enforcement adminis- 
trators indicated that the collection of data on all pertinent 
offenses could be handled with more ease than could the 
extraction of selected ones. While "Limited" participation, 
equivalent to the "Blueprint's" level one, will remain an 
option, it appears that most reporting jurisdictions, upon 
implementation, will go immediately to "Full" participa- 
tion, meeting all NIBRS data submission requirements. 

The implementation of NIBRS will be at a pace com- 
mensurate with the resources, abilities, and limitations of 
the contributing law enforcement agencies. The FBI was 
able to accept NIBRS data as of January, 1989, and four 
state-level UCR Programs (Alabama, Idaho, North Dako- 
ta, and South Carolina) are now supplying data in the 
NIBRS format. An additional 13 state agencies and the 
Department of the Interior have submitted test tapes 
containing the expanded data. Twenty-seven other Pro- 
grams are in various stages of planning and development, 
with eight of those expected to submit test tapes during 
1992. 



Recent Developments 

HATE CRIME STATISTICS— The Hate Crime Statis- 
tics Act, passed by the U. S. Congress and signed by the 
President in April, 1990, mandates a 5-year data collec- 
tion of crimes motivated by religious, ethnic, racial, or 
sexual-orientation prejudice. Collection commenced 
January 1, 1991, and the UCR Program has distributed 
hate crime Data Collection Guidelines and Training Guides 
to city, county, and state law enforcement agencies. 
Regional training sessions have been held across the 
Nation to assist state-level UCR Programs with implemen- 
tation among their jurisdictions and to prepare state UCR 
personnel to train local law enforcement representatives 
within their respective states. Additional sessions are being 
held for local law enforcement, either in conjunction with 
their regular periodic UCR training or separately in FBI- 
sponsored seminars dealing solely with bias crime report- 
ing. A hate crime "resource book," which draws together 
all the data now being maintained at the state and local 
levels concerning the incidence of hate crimes, is being 
published in the summer of 1992. This publication will 
precede the FBI's first issuance of statistics gathered under 
the UCR hate crime collection, which is scheduled for late 
1992. 

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS KILLED AND 
ASSAULTED — The UCR collection of data on law en- 
forcement officers killed and assaulted was modified with 
the 1991 reporting year. Data on officers' slayings are 
expanded to include more information about the circum- 
stances at the scene, the interaction between the victim and 
assailant, the weapons used, etc. An addition to the 
Program, a collection of information on serious assaults, 
has been developed and is pending final approval. Data 
identical to those collected on officers killed will be 
requested on all assaults resulting in injury and during 
which a firearm or knife was used. The assault information 
will be solicited from all levels of law enforcement in a 
manner similar to the current practice concerning officers 
killed. Initial notification will, of course, be gleaned from 
the monthly reports on ofTicers killed and assaulted 
submitted by all UCR contributors. 

CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES— Several changes 
have been made in this year's edition of Crime in the 
United States to improve the quality of the publication. For 
example, tables containing frequently requested data not 
before included in the book have been added, and some 
presentations have been modified or relocated in an 
attempt to make the publication easier to use. Additional 
changes are scheduled for the 1992 issue. 




CRIME CLOCK 

1991 



one 
MURDER 

every 21 minutes 



one 
FORCIBLE RAPE 

every 5 minutes 



one 
VIOLENT CRIME 

every 1 7 seconds 



one 
ROBBERY 

every 46 seconds 



one 
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 

every 29 seconds 



one 
CRIME INDEX OFFENSE 

every 2 seconds 



one 
PROPERTY CRIME 

every 2 seconds 



one 
BURGLARY 

every 1 seconds 



one 
LARCENY-THEFT 

every 4 seconds 



The Crime Clock should be viewed with 
care. Being the most aggregate 
representation of UCR data, it is designed 
to convey the annual reported crime 
experience by showing the relative 
frequency of occurrence of the Index 
Offenses. This mode of display should not 
be taken to imply a regularity in the 
commission of the Part I Offenses; rather, it 
represents the annual ratio of crime to 
fixed time intervals. 



one 
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 

every 1 9 seconds 



SECTION II 
Crime Index Offenses Reported 

CRIME INDEX TOTAL 



DEFINITION 



The Crime Index is composed of selected offenses used to gauge fluctuations in the 
overall volume and rate of crime reported to law enforcement. The offenses included 
are the violent crimes of murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, 
robbery, and aggravated assault and the property crimes of burglary, larceny-theft, 
motor vehicle theft, and arson. 





TRFNn 




Year 
1990 


Number of offenses' 
14.475.613 


Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants' 
5.820.3 
5.897.8 
+1.3 


1991 


14.872,883 


Percent change 


+2.7 


'Does not include arson- See page 57 





The Crime Index total rose 3 percent over 1990 to nearly 
15 million offenses reported to law enforcement in 1991. 
Index increases ranged from 2 percent in the Nation's 
cities to 5 percent in rural counties. Five- and 10-year 
percent changes showed the 1991 experience was 10 
percent above the 1987 level and 15 percent higher than in 
1982. 

Geographically, the largest volume of Crime Index 
offenses was reported in the Southern States, which 
accounted for 37 percent of the total. Following were the 
Western States with 24 percent, the Midwestern States 
with 21 percent, and the Northeastern States with 18 
percent. All regions except the Northeast showed Crime 
Index increases from 1990 to 1991. (See Table 4.) 

Crime Index offenses occurred most frequently in Au- 
gust while the lowest totals were recorded in February. 

Table 2.1— Crime Index Total by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January ... 
February .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . . 
September 
October ... 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.8 
7.5 
8.3 
7.9 
8.1 
8.4 
8.9 
9.1 
8.4 
8.5 
8.2 
8.9 



1988 



7.8 
7.5 
8.1 
7.7 
8.2 
8.3 
9.0 
9.5 
8.6 
8.7 
8.3 
8.5 



1989 



8.2 
7.2 
8.2 
7.8 
8.5 
8.5 
9.2 
9.3 
8.4 
8.7 
8.1 
7.9 



1990 



8.3 

7.4 
8.2 
7.9 
8.3 
8.3 
8.9 
9.1 
8.4 
8.7 
8.2 
8.6 



1991 



7.9 
7.4 
8.1 
8.0 
8.4 
8.5 
9.1 
9.2 
8.4 
8.7 
8.0 
8.3 



Rate 

Crime rates relate the incidence of crime to population. 
Nationwide in 1991, there were an estimated 5,898 Crime 
Index offenses for each 100,000 in population. The Crime 
Index rate was highest in metropolitan areas and lowest in 
rural counties. (See Table 2.) Overall, the 1991 Crime 
Index rate was 1 percent higher than in 1991, 6 percent 
higher than in 1987, and 5 percent above the 1982 total. 

Regionally, the Crime Index rates ranged from 6,478 in 
the West to 5,155 in the Northeast. The 2-year percent 
changes showed a 1 -percent rate decline in the Northeast 
and increases in the remaining regions. (See Table 4.) 

Nature 

The Crime Index is composed of violent and property 
crime categories, and in 1991, 13 percent of the Index 



offenses reported to law enforcement were violent crimes 
and 87 percent, property crimes. Larceny-theft was the 
offense with the highest volume, while murder accounted 
for the fewest offenses. (See Chart 2.4.) 

Property estimated in value at $16.7 billion was stolen in 
connection with all Crime Index offenses, with the largest 
losses due to thefts of motor vehicles; jewelry and precious 
metals; and televisions, radios, stereos, etc. Law enforce- 
ment agencies nationwide recorded a 38-percent recovery 
rate for dollar losses in connection with stolen property. 
The highest recovery percentages were for stolen motor 
vehicles, consumable goods, livestock, clothing and furs, 
and firearms. (See Table 24.) 

Law Enforcement Response 

Law enforcement agencies nationwide recorded a 21- 
percent clearance rate for the - collective Crime Index 
offenses in 1991 and made an estimated 3 million arrests 
for Index crimes. Crimes can be cleared by arrest or by 
exceptional means when some element beyond law en- 
forcement control precludes the placing of formal charges 
against the offender. The arrest of one person may clear 
several crimes, or several persons may be arrested in 
connection with the clearance of one offense. 

The Index clearance rate has remained relatively stable 
throughout the past 10-year period. Similar to the 1991 
experience, it was 21 percent in 1987 and 20 percent in 
1982. 

Arrests for Index crimes were up 2 percent in 1991 as 
compared to 1990. Considering longer timeframes, law 
enforcement agencies in 1991 made 13 and 18 percent 
more arrests than in the years 1987 and 1982, respectively. 

When compared to 1990 figures, 3-percent increases in 
arrests for murder and robbery were shown in 1991, and 
the only Crime Index offense indicating a decrease in 
arrests was motor vehicle theft, 2 percent. Adult arrests for 
Index crimes were up less than 1 percent, while those of 
juveniles rose 5 percent. The largest increases in juvenile 
arrests were shown in arson with 1 1 percent and robbery at 
10 percent. 

As in past years, larceny-theft arrests accounted for the 
highest volume of Crime Index arrests at over 1.2 million. 
(See Table 42.) 



Percent 
20 



CRIME INDEX 

CHART 2.2 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




Percent 
10 

9 

8 

7 

6 

5 

4 

3 

2 

1 


1987 



CHART 2.3 

PERCENT CHANGE from 1987 



H^^ s 


I 3 


) 5 t 



> 



Number of Offenses 
Known -Up 10% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - Up 6% 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



CRIME INDEX OFFENSES 



1991 

Percent Distribution 



Robbery 
5% 



Forcible 

Rape 

1% 



Assravated 

Assault 

7% 



Burslary 
21% 



Murder 
>.2% 



Motor 
Vehicle 
Theft 
11% 




Larceny-Theft 
55% 



CHART 2.5 



REGIONAL VIOLENT 
AND PROPERTY CRIME RATES 



1991 

per 1 00,000 inhabitants 




Violent Crime Rate 



Property Crime Rate 



VIOLENT CRIME TOTAL 



DEFINITION 



Violent crime is composed of four offenses: murder and nonnegligent manslaugh- 
ter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. All violent crimes involve force or 
threat of force. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 1.820.127 

1991 1.911.767 

Percent change +5.0 



Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

731.8 

758.1 

+3.6 



10 



Violent crimes reported to law enforcement during 1991 
exceeded 1.9 million offenses. The annual total was the 
highest ever recorded, up 5 percent over 1990, 29 percent 
over 1987, and 45 percent over 1982. From 1990 to 1991 
the Nation's cities collectively recorded a 5-percent rise, 
while the rural and suburban counties recorded increases 
of 6 and 4 percent, respectively. 

Regionally, the South, the most populous region, ac- 
counted for 36 percent of all violent crimes reported in 
1991. Lesser volumes of 24 percent for the West and 20 
percent for both the Northeast and Midwest were recorded. 
Three of the four regions registered increases in the 
numbers of violent crimes reported from 1990 to 1991. 
The Northeastern States experienced a less than 1 -percent 
decline. (See Table 4.) 

Violent crimes occur more frequently in the summer 
months, while the lowest totals are experienced during the 
winter. 

Table 2.2— Violent Crime Total by Month, 1987-1991 

[PercenI of annual total] 



Months 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.9 
7.4 
8.0 
7.9 
8.4 
8.5 
9.0 
9.2 
8.5 
8.6 
8.1 
8.7 



1988 



7.7 
7.3 
7.9 
7.7 
8.4 
8.4 
9.3 
9.4 
8.9 
8.7 
8.0 
8.3 



1989 



8.0 
6.9 
7.9 
7.9 
8.4 
8.4 
9.2 
9.0 
8.8 
9.1 
8.4 
8.2 



1990 



7.9 
6.9 
7.8 
7.8 
8.5 
8.8 
9.5 
9.1 
8.8 
8.5 
7.9 
8.4 



1991 



7.6 
7.0 
7.8 
7.8 
8.6 
8.7 
9.2 
9.5 



8.0 
8.2 



Rate 

During 1991, an all-time high of 758 violent crimes was 
reported to law enforcement for every 100,000 
United States inhabitants. The 1991 violent crime rate was 
4 percent higher than the 1990 rate, 24 percent above the 
1987 rate, and 33 percent above the 1982 figure. The 
violent crime rate was highest in the Nation's cities, 
collectively registering 1,015 offenses per 100,000 popula- 
tion. The suburban counties' rate was 470, and for rural 
counties, it was 214. 



The Western States registered the highest overall violent 
crime rate per 100,000 inhabitants, 841, and the Midwest- 
em States the lowest, 631. Among the geographic regions, 
only the Northeast experienced a rate decline, 1 percent. 
The increases in the other regions were 4 percent in the 
South and West and 6 percent in the Midwest. (See Table 
4.) 

Nature 

Aggravated assaults accounted for 57 percent of the 
violent crimes reported to law enforcement during 1991. 
Robberies comprised 36 percent; forcible rapes, 6 percent; 
and murders, 1 percent. 

While data concerning weapons used in connection with 
forcible rape are not collected, firearms were the weapons 
used in 3 1 percent of all murders, robberies, and aggravat- 
ed assaults, collectively, in 1991. Knives or cutting instru- 
ments were used in 1 5 percent; other dangerous weapons in 
22 percent, and personal weapons (hands, fists, feet, etc.) in 
32 percent. The proportion of violent crimes committed 
with firearms has increased in recent years. In 1987, 
firearms were employed in the commission of 26 percent of 
violent offenses. 

Law Enforcement Response 

The 1991 violent crime clearance rate was 45 percent, 
down from 46 percent in 1990. Conversely, the number of 
arrests for violent crimes rose 2 percent in the same period. 
Adult arrests showed virtually no change from 1990 to 
1991, while those of juveniles (under age 18) increased 8 
percent. (See Section IV, Persons Arrested.) 

Violent crime arrests, 1991 versus 1990, were up 1 
percent in cities overall, 2 percent in suburban counties, 
and 5 percent in rural counties. 

In 1991, there were an estimated 718,890 persons 
arrested for violent crime. Violent crime arrests accounted 
for 5 percent of the total arrests for all offenses. Males 
made up 88 percent of all violent crime arrestees and 
whites, 54 percent. (See Tables 42 and 43.) 



11 



VIOLENT CRIME 



CHART 2.6 



VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




Percent 
30 



CHART 2.7 

PERCENT CHANGE from 1987 




Number of Offenses 
Known - Up 29% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - Up 24% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



12 



MURDER AND NONNEGLIGENT MANSLAUGHTER 



DEFINITION 



Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, as defined in the Uniform Crime 
Reporting Program, is the willful (nonnegligent) killing of one human being by 
another. 

The classification of this offense, as for all other Crime Index offenses, is based 
solely on police investigation as opposed to the determination of a court, medical 
examiner, coroner, jury, or other judicial body. Not included in the count for this 
offense classification are deaths caused by negligence, suicide, or accident; justifiable 
homicides; and attempts to murder or assaults to murder, which are scored as 
aggravated assaults. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 23.438 

1991 24,703 

Percent change +5.4 



Rale per 100.000 
inhabitants 
9.4 
9.8 

+4.3 



13 



Reaching an all-time high during 1991, the total number 
of murders in the United States for the year was estimated 
at 24,703. More persons were murdered in August than any 
other month in 1991, while the fewest were killed during 
February. 

Table 2.3— Murder by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January ... 
February . 
March — 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October ... 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.7 
7.9 
8.2 
7.5 
8.6 
7.8 
8.6 
8.9 
8.3 
8.8 
8.3 
9.1 



1988 



8.2 
7.2 
7.7 
7.7 
7.8 
7.7 
8.9 
9.5 
8.9 
8.9 
8.2 
9.2 



1989 



8.1 
7.1 
7.8 
7.9 
7.8 
8.2 
9.1 
9.0 
8.8 
8.9 
8.5 
8.7 



1990 



7.9 
7.0 
8.0 
7.4 
8.1 
8.4 
9.6 
9.3 
9.2 
8.8 
7.6 



1991 



8.0 
7.0 
7.7 
7.8 
8.1 
8.6 
9.1 
9.4 
8.8 
8.6 
7.8 
9.0 



When viewing the four regions of the Nation, the 
Southern States, the most populous, accounted for 43 
percent of the murders. The Western States reported 2 1 
percent; the Midwestern States, 19 percent; and the 
Northeastern States, 1 7 percent. Among the regions, only 
the Northeast registered a decline from 1990 to 1991, 2 
percent. (See Table 3.) 

The murder volume was up 5 percent nationwide in 
1991 over 1990. In the Nation's cities overall, murder 
increased 6 percent, with the greatest increase — 21 per- 
cent — registered in cities with populations of 50,000 to 
99,999. Suburban counties recorded a 2-percent rise in 
their murder volumes, while rural counties registered a 1- 
percent decrease. 

The accompanying chart reveals a 23-percent rise 
nationally in the murder counts from 1987 to 1991. The 
10-year trend showed the 1991 total 18 percent above the 
1982 level. 



Rate 

A murder rate of 10 per 100,000 inhabitants was 
registered nationwide in 1991. Two-, 5-, and 10-year trends 
showed the 1991 rate was 4 percent higher than in 1990, 19 
percent above the 1987 rate, and 8 percent higher than the 
1982 rate. 

On a regional basis, the South averaged 12 murders per 
100,000 people; the West, 10 per 100,000; and the North- 
east and Midwest, 8 per 100,000. Compared to 1990, 
murder rates in 1991 increased in three of the four 
geographic regions with the only decline in the Northeast, 2 
percent. (See Table 4.) 

The Nation's metropolitan areas reported a 1991 murder 
rate of 11 victims per 100,000 inhabitants. In the rural 
counties, the rate was 6 per 100,000, and in cities outside 
metropolitan areas, the rate was 5 per 100,000. 

Nature 

Supplemental data provided by contributing agencies 
recorded information for 21,505 of the estimated 24,703 
murders in 1991. Submitted monthly, the data consist of 
the age, sex, and race of both victims and offenders; the 
types of weapons used; the relationships of victims to the 
offenders; and the circumstances surrounding the murders. 

Based on this information, 78 percent of the murder 
victims in 1991 were males; and 89 percent were persons 
1 8 years of age or older. Forty-eight percent were aged 20 
through 34 years. Considering victims for whom race was 
known, an average of 50 of every 100 were black, 47 were 
white, and the remainder were persons of other races. 



14 



MURDER 



Percent 
20 



CHART 2.8 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




Percent 
25 



20 



CHART 2.9 

PERCENT CHANGE FROM 1987 



15 



10 



^^^Hi 




> 1 


3 1 


3 
8 



Number of Offenses 
Known - Up 23% 



Rate per 100,000 
Infiabitants-Up18% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



15 



Table 2.4— Age, Sex, and Race of Murder Victims, 1991 





Total 


Sex 


Race 


Age 


Male 


Female 


Unknown 


White 


Black 


Other 


Unknown 


Total 


21.505 
100.0 


16.781 
78.0 


4.693 
21.8 


31 
.1 


10.135 

47.1 


10,660 
49.6 


531 
2.5 


179 




.8 






Under 18' 


2,233 
18.898 


1.595 
14.925 


637 
3.971 


I 
2 


1,038 
8,943 


1,131 
9.376 


52 
473 


12 




106 








304 

371 

110 

290 

2,702 

3,948 

3,362 

2,898 

2,145 

1,496 

981 

658 

459 

421 

321 

241 

424 

374 


160 

193 

54 

20! 

2.335 

3.312 

2.703 

2.237 

1,689 

1.148 

744 

515 

346 

302 

226 

156 

199 

261 


143 

178 

56 

89 

367 

636 

659 

660 

456 

347 

237 

143 

113 

119 

95 

85 

225 

85 


1 


178 

178 

66 

152 

1,035 

1,571 

1,450 

1,355 

1,074 

775 

574 

399 

289 

255 

206 

148 

276 

154 


116 

177 

39 

129 

1.600 

2.278 

1.806 

1.455 

994 

666 

374 

-226 

155 

154 

110 

87 

141 

153 


5 
15 
5 
7 
49 
76 
90 
76 
66 
48 
26 
27 

12 
6 


5 




1 








10 to 14 


2 


15 to 19 




18 


20 to 24 




23 


25 to 29 




16 


30 to 34 


' 


12 


35 to 39 


11 




1 


7 


45 to 49 


7 


50 to 54 




6 


55 to 59 




4 


60 to 64 






65 to 69 




1 


70 to 74 




1 






4 




28 


61 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 
'Does not include unknown ages. 



Supplemental data were also reported for 24,578 murder 
offenders in 1991. Of those for whom sex and age were 
reported, 90 percent were males, and 87 percent were 
persons 18 years of age or older. Seventy-seven percent 



were aged 1 5 through 34 years. Of offenders for whom race 
was known, 55 percent were black, 43 percent were white, 
and the remainder were persons of other races. 



Table 2.5— Age, Sex, and Race of Murder Offenders, 1991 



'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 
^Does not include unknown ages. 





Total 


Sex 


Race 


Age 


Male 


Female 


Unknown 


White 


Black 


Other 


Unknown 


Total 


24,578 
100.0 


15.577 
63.4 


1,737 
7.1 


7,264 
29.6 


7,368 
30.0 


9,453 
38.5 


331 
1.3 


7.426 


Percent distribution' 


30.2 






Under 18' 


2.136 
14.162 


2.009 
12.579 


125 
1.567 


2 
16 


763 
6,294 


1,304 
7,534 


54 
261 


15 




73 






Infant (under 1) 


















1 to 4 










5 to 9 


5 

236 

4,099 

3,950 

2,550 

2,013 

1,238 

819 

500 

313 

195 

135 

100 

65 

79 

8.281 


5 

212 

3.873 

3.631 

2.260 

1.710 

1.034 

688 

421 

267 

167 

112 

81 

61 

65 

990 






3 

81 

1.428 

1,482 

1,187 

984 

640 

432 

280 

193 

120 

77 

53 

44 

53 

311 


1 

143 

2.568 

2.381 

1.310 

974 

567 

360 

204 

115 

72 

52 

45 

21 

24 

615 


1 

9 

77 

71 

38 

45 

28 

22 

10 

4 

3 

6 




10 to 14 


24 

223 

315 

288 

300 

203 

131 

77 

45 

28 

23 

18 

4 

13 

45 




3 


15 to 19 


3 
4 
2 
3 

1 


26 


20 to 24 


16 


25 to 29 


15 


30 to 34 


10 


35 to 39 


3 


40 to 44 


5 


45 to 49 


2 

1 


6 


50 to 54 


1 


55 to 59 




60 to 64 






65 to 69 


1 


2 


70 to 74 






75 and over 


7,246 


1 
16 


1 




7,338 







16 



Table 2.6 — Victim/Offender Relationship by Age, 1991 

[Single Victim/Single Offender] 



Age 


Age of Offender 


of 
Victim 


Total 


Under 18 


18 and over 


Unknown 




10,924 

1,212 

9,605 

107 


983 

295 

679 

9 


9,522 

885 

8,558 

79 




Under 18 


32 


18 and over 


368 




19 







Data based on incidents involving one victim and one 
offender showed that in 1991, 93 percent of the black 
murder victims were slain by black offenders, and 85 
percent of the white murder victims were killed by white 
offenders. Likewise, males were most often slain by males 
(87 percent in single victim/single offender situations). 
These same data showed, however, that 9 of every 10 
female victims were murdered by males. 

Table 2.7 — Victim/Offender Relationship by Race and 
Sex, 1991 

[Single Victim/Single Offender] 



Viclim 
Race 


Offender 
Race 


Actual 
Number 


Offender 
Sex 


.Actual 
Number 


Total 


White 

Black 


4.399 

691 

60 

44 


Male 


4,627 


White 


Female 

Unknown . . . 


523 


Victims 5,194 


Other 

Unknown 


44 


Total 


While 

Black 


347 

5,035 

18 

33 


Male 


4,619 


Black 


Female 

Unknown 


781 


Victims 5,433 


Other 

Unknown — 


33 


Total 


White 

Black 


72 

36 

125 

6 


Male 


21 1 


Other Race 


Female 

Unknown — 


•»2 


Victims 239 


Other 

Unknown — 


6 


Total 


White 

Black 


20 
16 

1 
21 


Male 


33 


Unknown 


Female 

Unknown . . . . 


4 


Race 58 


Other 

Unknown . .. . 


21 


Sex 










Total 


White 

Black 


3,447 

4,507 

141 

54 


Male 


7.052 


Male 


Female 

Unknown 


1,043 
54 


Victims 8,149 


Other 

Unknown 


Total 
Female 


White 

Black 


1.371 

1.255 

62 

29 


Male 

Female 

Unknown .... 


2,405 
■"83 


Victims 2,717 


Other 

Unknown .... 


29 


Total 


White 

Black 


20 
16 

1 
21 


Male 


33 




Female 

Unknown 


4 


Sex 58 


Other 

Unknown 


21 













As in previous years, firearms were the weapons used in 
approximately 7 of every 10 murders committed in the 
United States. Of those murders for which weapons were 
reported, 55 percent were by handguns, 5 percent by 
shotguns, and 4 percent by rifles. Other or unknown types 
of firearms accounted for another 5 percent of the total 
murders. Among the remaining weapons, cutting or stab- 
bing instruments were employed in 16 percent of the 
murders; blunt objects (clubs, hammers, etc.) in 5 percent; 
personal weapons (hands, fists, feet, etc.) in 6 percent; and 
other dangerous weapons, such as poison, explosives, etc., 
in the remainder. A state-by-state breakdown of weapons 
used in connection with murder is shown in Table 20. 

Table 2.8— Murder, Type of Weapons Used, 1991 

[Percent distribution by region] 









Knives 


Unknown 


Personal 




Total 




or 


or other 


weapons 


Region 


all 


Firearms 


culling 


danger- 


(hands, 




weapons' 




instru- 


ous wea- 


fists, feet. 








ments 


pons 


etc.) 


Total 


100.0 


66.3 


15.8 


12.3 


5 5 






Northeastern States 


100.0 


64.8 


16.5 


11.5 


7.2 


Midwestern States 


100.0 


65.3 


14.7 


13.5 


6.5 




100 


68 2 


15 9 






Western States 


100.0 


65.4 


16.2 


12.9 


5 5 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add lo totals. 

Table 2.9 — Murder Victims, Type of Weapons Used, 
1987-1991 



Weapons 



Total 



Total Firearms 

Handguns 

Rifles 

Shotguns 

Other guns 

Firearms-not stated 

Knives or cutting 

instruments 

Blunt objects (clubs, 

hammers, etc.) 

Personal weapons (hands, 

fists, feet, etc.)' 

Poison 

Explosives 

Fire 

Narcotics 

Drowning 

Strangulation 

Asphyxiation 

Other weapons or weapons 

not stated 



1987 



17,963 



10,612 

7,847 

776 

1,101 

16 

872 

3,643 

1,045 

1,165 

34 

12 

200 

24 

51 

360 

115 

702 



1988 



17,971 



10,895 

8,147 

753 

1,105 

15 

875 

3,457 

1.126 

1,095 
15 
34 

255 
36 
38 

331 
73 

616 



1989 



18,954 



11,832 

9,013 

865 

1,173 

34 

747 

3,458 

1,128 

1,050 

11 

16 

234 

17 

60 

366 

101 

681 



1990 



20,273 



13,035 

10.099 

746 

1,245 

25 

920 

3,526 

1,085 

1.119 
11 
13 

288 
29 
36 

312 
96 

723 



1991 



21.505 



14,265 

11,411 

741 

1,113 

30 

970 

3,405 

1,082 

1,193 

12 

16 

194 

22 

39 

326 

113 

838 



'Pushed is included in personal weapons. 



17 



Table 2.10— Murder Victims— Weapons Used, 1991 





Total 


Weapons 


Age 


Fire- 
arms 


Knives or 

cutting 
instruments 


Blunt objects 

(clubs. 

hammers. 

etc.) 


Personal' 

weapons 

(hands, 

fists, feet. 

etc.) 


Poison 


Explosives 


Fire 


Narcotics 


Strangu- 
lation 


Asphyxia- 
tion 


Other 
weapon or 

weapon 
not stated* 


Total 


21,505 
100.0 


14,265 
66.3 


3.405 
15.8 


1.082 
5.0 


1.193 

5.5 


12 
.1 


16 
.1 


194 
.9 


2*) 
.1 


326 
1.5 


113 

.5 


877 


Percent 
distribution^ 


4.1 


Under 18' 


2.233 
18,898 


1,273 
12.794 


188 
3,177 


62 
991 


370 
798 


3 
9 


2 
14 


50 
136 


6 
15 


34 
285 


48 
64 


197 




615 






Infant (under 1) 


304 

371 

110 

290 

2,702 

3.948 

3.362 

2.898 

2,145 

1,496 

981 

658 

459 

421 

321 

241 

424 

374 


9 

57 

37 

209 

2.252 

3.116 

2.435 

1.966 

1.363 

918 

609 

346 

243 

195 

132 

96 

84 

198 


5 

14 

20 

37 

252 

490 

533 

517 

407 

284 

196 

163 

93 

94 

84 

70 

106 

40 


10 

27 

5 

9 

49 

99 

115 

134 

128 

102 

62 

68 

54 

44 

44 

27 

76 

29 


163 

171 

7 

7 

43 

81 

100 

120 

124 

87 

52 

42 

32 

32 

19 

24 

64 

25 


2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
2 

2 




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24 

13 

7 

II 

9 

9 

13 

21 

17 

9 

6 

6 

14 

3 

3 

19 
8 


5 
1 


2 

4 

9 

5 

23 

52 

47 

41 

30 

23 

15 

13 

8 

14 
10 
6 
17 
7 


29 
13 

5 
1 


77 




60 


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14 


10 to 14 


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1 




12 


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70 


20 to 24 


1 

4 
2 
2 

2 


8 
6 
11 

7 
4 
3 
2 

2 
4 
1 
3 

13 
1 


91 


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1 
2 
3 
1 
2 

1 


112 


30 to 34 


92 


35 to 39 


60 




54 


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50 to 54 


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55 to 59 


20 


60 to 64 


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1 


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26 


70 to 74 


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40 




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'Pushed is included in personal weapons. 

^Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 

'Does not include unknown ages. 

^Includes drownings. 



Almost half of the murder victims in 1991 were either 
related to (12 percent) or acquainted with (34 percent) 
their assailants. Fifteen percent of the victims were mur- 
dered by strangers, while the relationships among victims 
and offenders were unknown for 38 percent of the mur- 
ders. Among all female murder victims in 1991, 28 percent 
were slain by husbands or boyfriends. Four percent of the 
male victims were killed by wives or girlfriends. 



Arguments resulted in 32 percent of the murders during 
the year. Twenty-one percent occurred as a result of 
felonious activities such as robbery, arson, etc., while 
another 1 percent were suspected to have been the result of 
some felonious activity. Three percent of the murders were 
committed during brawls while offenders were under the 
influence of alcohol or narcotics. Table 2.13 shows murder 
circumstances for the past 5 years. 



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Table 2.14 — Murder Circumstances by Victim Sex, 1991 



Total 

Felony type total: 

Rape 

Robbery 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Prostitution and 

commercialized vice 

Other sex offenses 

Narcotic drug laws 

Gambling 

Other - not specified 

iuspected felony type 

ither than felony type 
total 

Romantic triangle 

Child killed by 

babysitter 

Brawl due to influence of 

alcohol 

Brawl due to influence of 

narcotics 

Argument over money or 

property 

Other arguments 

Gangland killings 

Juvenile gang killings 

Institutional killings 

Sniper attack 

Other - not specified 

Unknown 



1987 



17,963 



3,516 

205 

1,676 

225 

18 

30 

159 

22 
32 

885 
23 

241 

202 



9,772 
365 

23 

488 

114 

471 

5.766 

36 

317 

23 

36 

2,133 

4,473 



1988 



18,269 



3,480 

148 

1,522 

214 

16 

32 

186 

15 

62 

1,027 

27 

231 

229 



9,706 
314 

23 

422 

197 

486 

5,460 

45 

372 

21 

55 

2,311 

4,854 



1989 



18,954 



4,049 
131 

1,728 

212 

18 

37 

165 

12 

58 

1,402 

23 

263 

150 



10,270 
385 

24 

432 

306 

551 

5,736 

56 

542 

22 

49 

2,167 

4,485 



1990 



20,273 



4,209 

152 

1,871 

202 

28 

55 

152 

27 

50 

1,367 

I! 

294 

148 



10,889 
407 

34 

533 

242 

514 

6,044 

104 

679 
16 
41 

2,275 

5,027 



1991 



21,505 



4,589 

129 

2,201 

195 

32 

52 

136 

20 

47 

1,344 

33 

400 

209 



11,115 
312 



497 

252 

516 

6,037 

204 

838 

18 

12 

2,398 

5,592 



Total' 



Felony type total: 

Rape 

Robbery 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft . . . 

Arson 

Prostitution and 
commercialized vice 

Other sex offenses 

Narcotic drug laws 

Gambling 

Other - not specified .. 

Suspected felony type 

Other than felony type 
total 



Romantic triangle 

Child killed by 

babysitter 

Brawl due to influence of 

alcohol 

Brawl due to influence of 

narcotics 

Argument over money or 

property 

Other arguments 

Gangland killings 

Juvenile gang killings 

Institutional killings 

Sniper attack 

Other - not specified 



Unknown 



Total 
Murder 
Victims' 



21,505 



4,589 
129 
2,201 
195 
32 
52 
136 

20 

47 

1,344 

33 

400 

209 



11,115 
312 

31 

497 

252 

516 

6,037 

204 

838 

18 

12 

2,398 

5,592 



Male 



16,781 



3,841 

8 

1,868 

122 

30 

43 

85 

3 

25 

1,234 

31 

249 

143 



12,940 
227 

18 

446 

226 

437 

4,666 

193 

798 

16 

8 

1,534 

4,371 



Female 



4,693 



953 

121 

331 

73 

2 

9 

51 

17 
22 

110 
2 

150 

65 

3,740 
85 



26 

79 
1.371 

n 

40 

2 

4 

864 

1,194 



Unknown 



31 



27 



'Total number of murder victims for which supplemental homicide information was 
received. 



21 



Law Enforcement Response 

The clearance rate for murder continued to be higher 
than for any other Crime Index offense. Law enforcement 
agencies nationwide recorded a 67-percent clearance rate 
for 1991. Eighty percent of murders in rural counties, 67 
percent of those in suburban counties, and 66 percent of 
those in the Nation's cities were cleared. Cities with 
populations under 25,000 reported the most successful 
clearance rate, 77 percent. (See Table 25.) 

Geographically, the South, the most populous region, 
registered the highest murder clearance rate, 71 percent. 
Following were the Midwestern States with 66 percent, the 
Northeastern States with 64 percent, and the Western 
States with 63 percent. 

Persons under 1 8 years of age accounted for 8 percent of 
the willful killings cleared by law enforcement nationally, 
as well as in the Nation's cities and suburban counties 
during 1991. Five percent of the rural county clearances 
involved only persons in this young-age group. This 
proportion of juvenile involvement was lower than for any 
other Index offense. 

Fifty-five percent of all murder arrestees in 1991 were 
under 25 years of age. The 18- to 24-year age group 
accounted for 41 percent of the total. (See Table 38.) 

Ninety percent of those arrested were males and 10 
percent, females. Blacks comprised 55 percent of the total 
arrestees for murder in 1991. Whites made up 43 percent, 
and the remainder were of other races. 

Compared to the 1990 level, the 1991 murder arrest 
total increased 3 percent. Arrests of persons aged 18 and 
over increased 2 percent, and those of younger persons 
were up 4 percent. During the same 2-year period, male 
arrests increased 3 percent, while female arrests showed 
virtually no change. 

Long-term trends indicate the 1991 murder arrest total 
was 28 percent above the 1987 level and 18 percent higher 
than the 1982 figure. 



Justifiable Homicide 

Certain willful killings are classified as justifiable or 
excusable, based on law enforcement investigation. In 
Uniform Crime Reporting, justifiable homicide is defined 
as and limited to the killing of a felon by a law enforcement 
officer in the line of duty, or the killing of a felon, during 
the commission of a felony, by a private citizen. These 
offenses are tabulated independently and are not included 
in the murder counts. 

In 1991, the justifiable homicide total was 693, down 3 
percent from the 1990 total of 713 but 27 percent higher 
than the 1987 total of 546. Of the justifiable homicides in 
1991, 366 involved law enforcement officers and 327 were 
by private citizens. Data on weapons used in connection 
with justifiable homicide showed that handguns were the 
weapons used most often. (See Tables 2.15 and 2.16.) 

Table 2.15 — Justifiable Homicide by Weapon, Law 
Enforcement,' 1987-1991 















Firearm 


Knife or 


Other 
















type 


cutting 


danger- 








Firearm 








not 


instru- 


ous 


Personal 


Year 


Total 


lolal 


Handgun 


Rine 


Sholgun 


specified 


ment 


weapon 


weapons 


1987 


300 


297 


234 


10 


38 


15 


1 




1 


1988 


343 


339 


291 


6 


33 


9 






3 


1989 


363 


360 


299 


15 


42 


4 






1 


1990 


385 


382 


345 


8 


19 


10 






1 


1991 


366 


360 


318 


10 


25 


7 


1 




2 



'The killing of a felon by a law enforcement ofTicer in the line of duty. 

Table 2.16 — Justifiable Homicide by Weapon, Private 
Citizen,' 1987-1991 















Firearm 


Knife or 


Other 
















type 


cutting 


danger- 








Firearm 








not 


instru- 


ous 


Personal 


Year 


Total 


total 


Handgun 


Rirte 


Shotgun 


specified 


ment 


weapon 


weapons 


1987 


246 


210 


157 


15 


25 


13 


30 


1 


5 


1988 


238 


199 


144 


19 


32 




24 


9 


6 


1989 


273 


236 


178 


22 


34 




23 


9 


5 


1990 


328 


276 


210 


20 


39 




39 


9 


4 


1991 


327 


292 


240 


15 


24 


13 


29 


4 


2 



'The killing of a felon by a private citizen. 



22 



FORCIBLE RAPE 

DEFINITION 



Forcible rape, as defined in the Program, is the carnal knowledge of a female 
forcibly and against her will. Assaults or attempts to commit rape by force or threat 
of force are also included; however, statutory rape (without force) and other sex 
offenses are excluded. 





TRFlNin 




Year 
1990 


Number of offenses 
102.555 


Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

41.2 

42.3 

+2.7 


1991 

Percent change 


106.593 
+3.9 







23 



An estimated 106,593 forcible rapes were reported to 
law enforcement agencies across the Nation during 1991. 
The 1991 total was 4 percent higher than the 1990 level. 
The accompanying chart (2.11) shows consecutive in- 
creases in volume for the last 5 years. 

Geographically, more forcible rapes were reported in the 
Southern States than in any other region, during 1991. The 
lowest number of rapes was reported in the Northeast. (See 
Table 4.) Even though the South reported the largest 
volume of rapes, their proportion of the total forcible rapes 
has remained constant over the past 10 years. The Midwest 
has shown an increase in its proportion of total rapes, while 
the Northeast and West have shown declines. All geograph- 
ic regions recorded increases in the rape volume from 1990 
to 1991. Among the population groupings, only cities with 
populations over 500,000 recorded an increase. (See Tables 
4 and 12.) 

Table 2.17— Forcible Rape by Month, 1987-1991 

(Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January . . . 
Februai> .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October ... 
November 
December 



1987 



7.2 
6.8 
8.1 
8.2 
8.9 
9.3 
9.7 
9.8 
8.9 
8.1 
7.7 
7.3 



1988 



7.4 
7.3 
8.0 
8.0 
9.0 
8.7 
9.9 
9.8 
9.0 
8.4 
7.6 
6.8 



1989 



7.4 
6.3 
7.7 
8.3 
8.6 
8.9 
10.0 
9.5 
8.8 
8.9 
8.3 
7.3 



1990 



7.6 
6.7 
7.9 
8.1 
9.1 
9.0 
9.6 
9.4 
9.1 
8.4 
7.7 
7.4 



1991 



7.1 
7.0 
7.9 
8.3 
9.2 
9.2 
9.5 
9.7 
8.8 
8.6 
7.8 
6.8 



The greatest numbers of forcible rapes were reported 
during the summer months. 

Rate 

By Uniform Crime Reporting definition, the victims of 
forcible rape are always female. In 1991, an estimated 83 of 
every 100,000 females in the country were reported rape 
victims, an increase of 3 percent over the 1990 rate. Since 
1987, the female forcible rape rate has risen 13 percent. 

Female forcible rape rates for 1991 showed there were 
91 victims per 100,000 females in MSAs, 67 per 100,000 
females in cities outside metropolitan areas, and 46 per 
100,000 females in rural counties. Although MSAs record- 
ed the highest rape rates, they have shown the smallest 
change over the past 10 years. During this time, the 
greatest rate increase was shown in cities outside metropol- 
itan areas, 71 percent. MSAs and rural areas showed lesser 
increases, 19 percent and 61 percent, respectively. 

Regionally, in 1991, the highest female rape rate was in 
the Western States, which recorded 91 victims per 100,000 



females. Following were the Midwestern States with a rate 
of 89, the Southern States with 88, and the Northeastern 
States with 57. From 1982-1991, the greatest increase in 
the female rape rate was shown in the Midwest, followed 
by the South, and the Northeast. The West remained fairly 
stable over the past 10 years. 

Nature 

Rapes by force constitute the greatest percentage of total 
forcible rapes, 86 percent of the 1991 experience. The 
remainder were attempts or assaults to commit forcible 
rape. The number of rapes by force increased 4 percent in 
1991 over the 1990 volume, while attempts to rape 
decreased 4 percent. Ten years of data show the percentage 
of rapes by force consistently increasing. 

As for all other Crime Index offenses, complaints of 
forcible rape made to law enforce,ment agencies are some- 
times found to be false or baseless. In such cases, law 
enforcement agencies "unfound" the offenses and exclude 
them from crime counts. The "unfounded" rate, or per- 
centage of complaints determined through investigation to 
be false, is higher for forcible rape than for any other Index 
crime. In 1991, 8 percent of forcible rape complaints were 
"unfounded," while the average for all Index crimes was 2 
percent. 

Law Enforcement Response 

Nationwide, as well as in the cities and suburban 
counties, over half of the forcible rapes reported to law 
enforcement were cleared by arrest or exceptional means in 
1991. Rural county law enforcement agencies cleared a 
slightly higher percentage of the offenses brought to their 
attention than did city and suburban law enforcement 
agencies. (See Table 25.) 

Clearance rates for the regions were lowest in the 
Midwestern States and highest in the Southern States. (See 
Table 26.) 

Of the total clearances for forcible rape in the country as 
a whole, 13 percent involved only persons under 18 years 
of age. The percentage of juvenile involvement varied by 
community type. (See Table 28.) 

The number of arrests for forcible rape rose 1 percent 
nationwide. Increases were also experienced in the Na- 
tion's cities and rural counties from 1990 to 1991, while 
forcible rape arrests were down 1 percent in the suburban 
counties. (See Tables 36, 44, 50, and 56.) 

Of the forcible rape arrestees in 1991, about 3 of every 
10 were in the 18- to 24-year age group. Over half of those 
arrested were white. (See Tables 38 and 43.) 



24 



FORCIBLE RAPE 



CHART 2. 10 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




Percent 
20 



CHART 2.11 

PERCENT CHANGE from 1987 




Number of Offenses 
Known -UP 17% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants -UP 13% 



1991 



25 



ROBBERY 



DEFINITION 



Robbery is the taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, 
custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence 
and/or by putting the victim in fear. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 639.271 

1991 687,732 

Percent change +7.6 



Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

257.0 

272.7 

+6.1 



26 



Accounting for 5 percent of all Index crimes and 36 
percent of the violent crimes in 1991, robbery was estimat- 
ed at 687,732 offenses for the year. Robberies occurred 
most frequently in October and December and least often 
in April during 1991. 

Table 2.18— Robbery by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January ... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



8.9 
8.1 
8.2 
7.5 
7.5 
7.6 
8.3 
8.7 
8.5 
8.8 
8.5 
9.2 



1988 



8.6 
7.9 
8.0 
7.3 
7.6 
7.6 
8.4 
8.7 
8.7 
9.1 
9.0 
9.2 



1989 



8.8 
7.4 
8.0 
7.3 
7.6 
7.6 
8.4 
8.6 
8.6 
9.2 
9.0 
9.3 



1990 



8.7 
7.3 
8.1 
7.2 
7.7 
7.8 
8.5 
8.8 
8.6 
8.9 
8.7 
9.6 



1991 



8.7 
7.5 
8.0 
7.4 
7.8 
7.8 
8.4 
8.8 
8.5 
9.2 
8.7 
9.2 



Nationally, the 1991 robbery volume was 8 percent 
higher than the 1990 level. During the same time period, 
robberies were up 11 percent in the rural counties, 10 
percent in the suburban counties, and 7 percent in the 
Nation's cities overall. (See Table 12.) 

Distribution figures for the regions showed that the most 
populous Southern States registered 32 percent of all 
reported robberies. (See Table 3.) Two-year trends show 
the number of robberies in 1991 was up in three of the four 
regions as compared to 1990. The increases were 12 
percent in the West, 13 percent in the Midwest, and 8 
percent in the South. The Northeast showed no change 
during the same time period. 

Chart 2.13 depicts the national trend in the robbery 
volume, as well as the robbery rate, for the years 1987- 
1991. In 1991, the number of robbery offenses was 33 
percent higher than in 1987 and 24 percent above the 1982 
total. 

Rate 

The national robbery rate in 1991 was 273 per 100,000 
people, 6 percent higher than in 1990. In metropolitan 
areas, the robbery rate was 341; in cities outside metropoli- 
tan areas, it was 70; and in the rural areas, it was 17. With 



1,189 robberies per 100,000 inhabitants, the highest rate 
was recorded in cities with a million or more inhabitants. 
(See Table 16.) 

A comparison of 1990 and 1991 regional rates per 
100,000 inhabitants indicated the rate of 287 in the West 
jumped 9 percent; the rate of 223 in the Midwest was up 12 
percent; and the rate of 252 in the South increased 6 
percent. The Northeast's rate of 352 was less than I percent 
lower than the previous year. 

Nature 

In 1991, a total estimated national loss of S562 million 
was due to robberies. The value of property stolen during 
robberies averaged $817 per incident. Average dollar losses 
ranged from $387 taken during robberies of convenience 
stores to $3,177 per bank robbery. (See Table 23.) The 
impact of this violent crime on its victims cannot be 
measured in terms of monetary loss alone. While the object 
of a robbery is to obtain money or property, the crime 
always involves force or threat of force, and many victims 
suffer serious personal injury. 

As in previous years, robberies on streets or highways 
accounted for more than half (56 percent) of the offenses in 
this category. Robberies of commercial and financial 
establishments accounted for an additional 22 percent, and 
those occurring at residences, 10 percent. The remainder 
were miscellaneous types. By type, all categories of robbery 
showed increases from 1 990 to 1991. The increases ranged 
from 2 percent for convenience store robberies to 17 
percent for bank robberies. (See Table 23.) 

Table 2.19— Robbery, Percent Distribution, 1991 

[By region] 





United 
States 
Total 


North- 
eastern 
States 


Mid- 
western 
States 


Southern 
States 


Western 
States 


Total' 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 






Street/highway 


56.2 
11.7 
2.6 
5.7 
9.8 
1.6 
12.3 


64.8 
9.8 
2.2 
2.2 
9.7 
.9 

10.4 


59.1 
10.4 
3.1 
3.2 
9.1 
1.0 
14.0 


49.9 
12.2 

2.7 
10.2 
11.6 

1.4 
11.9 


52.1 


Commercial house 

Gas or service station — 
Convenience store 


14.2 
2.5 
6.1 
8.2 


Bank 


3.1 




13.8 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 



27 



ROBBERY 



Percent 
35 



1987 



CHART 2.12 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




A A A A 




U 
G 

U 
S 

T 



S 

E 
P 
T 
E 
/v\ 
B 
E 
R 



O 

C 
T 
O 
B 
E 
R 



N 
O 
V 

E 
S\ 

B 
E 
R 



D 

E 
C 
E 
AA 
B 
E 
R 



CHART 2.13 



PERCENT CHANGE FROM 1987 




PI 



Number of Offenses 
Known - Up 33% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - Up 28% 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



28 



Table 2.20— Robbery, Percent Distribution, 1991 

[By population group] 





Group I (60 

cities. 250.000 
and over; 
population 
44,147.000) 


Group II (120 
cities. 100.000 lo 
249.999; popula- 
tion 17,602,000) 


Group III (331 
cities. 50,000 to 

99,999; popula- 
tion 22,640,000) 


Group IV (639 
cities, 25.000 to 

49.999; popula- 
tion 22,197,000) 


Group V (1.505 
cities. 10,000 to 
24,999; popula- 
tion 23,785.000) 


Group VI (6.027 
cities under 
10.000; popula- 
tion 20,730,000) 


County 

agencies 

(3.672 agencies; 

population 

71.004.000) 


Total' 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 








63.0 
10.2 
1.9 
3.4 
9.3 
1.1 
11.1 


54.6 
13.0 
2.7 
7.8 
9.4 
2.1 
10.3 


49.2 
14.1 
3.3 
8.1 
9.3 
2.5 
13.6 


44.6 
14.1 
4.1 
8.7 
9.6 
2.9 
16.1 


37.5 
14.6 

5.2 
111 
10.6 

2.6 
18.4 


31.0 
13.9 

4.9 
13.0 
11.7 

3.0 
22.6 


36.7 




15.1 




4.5 




12.4 




13.6 


Bank 


2.4 


Miscellaneous 


15.3 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 

Forty percent of all robberies in 1991 were committed 
through the use of strong-arm tactics and another 40 
percent were by firearms. Knives or cutting instruments 
were used in 1 1 percent, and other dangerous weapons in 
the remainder. A comparison of 1990 and 1991 robbery 
totals by weapon showed those by firearms were up 17 
percent; those by other dangerous weapons rose 3 percent; 
and those by strong-arm tactics increased 1 percent. 
Robberies by knives or cutting instruments showed the 
only decline, 2 percent. A state-by-state breakdown of 
weapons used in robberies in 1991 is shown in Table 21. 

Table 2.21— Robbery, Type of Weapons Used, 1991 

[Percent distribution by region] 





Total 

all 

weapons' 


Armed 




Region 


Fire- 
arms 


Knives or 
cutting 
instru- 
ments 


Other 
weapons 


Strong- 
armed 


Total 


100.0 


39.9 


11.0 


9.3 


39.8 






Northeastern States 

Midwestern States 

Southern States 


100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


37.6 
42.3 
44.3 
35.4 


13.8 
8.4 
9.0 

12.0 


8.4 
10.4 

8.7 
10.5 


40.2 
38.9 
37.9 




42.2 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 



Law Enforcement Response 

The 1991 national robbery clearance rate was 24 percent 
nationwide, as well as in cities collectively. Suburban 



county agencies cleared 27 percent, while the highest 
robbery clearance rate — 40 percent — was registered by 
rural county law enforcement agencies. (See Table 25.) 
Regional robbery clearance percentages ranged from 21 
percent in the Midwest to 26 percent in the South. (See 
Table 26.) 

Nationally and in cities, persons under the age of 18 
were the offenders in 13 percent of all 1991 robbery 
clearances. This age group accounted for 1 8 percent of the 
suburban county clearances and 1 1 percent of the rural 
county clearances. 

Arrests for robbery rose 3 percent nationwide during 
1991 when compared to 1990. For the same 2-year period, 
increases in the number of persons arrested for robbery 
were 2 percent in the cities collectively, 12 percent in the 
suburban counties, and 18 percent in the rural counties. 

Sixty-two percent of all robbery arrestees in 1991 were 
under 25 years of age, and 91 percent were males. Sixty- 
one percent of those arrested were black, 38 percent were 
white, and the remainder were of other races. 

The total number of robbery arrests was up 27 percent 
during the 5-year period, 1987-1991. For the same time- 
span, arrests of females for robbery jumped 31 percent, 
and male arrests increased 27 percent. Juvenile arrests rose 
52 percent, and those of persons 18 years of age and older 
increased 20 percent. 



29 



street Robbery 



Commercial House Robbery 



1987 



Up 38% 




1988 1989 



1990 



1991 





1987 



Up 31% 




1988 1989 1990 1991 



Gas Station Robbery 



Convenience Store Robbery 



12 
10 
8 
6 
4 
2 

-2 




1988 



1991 




Residence Robbery 




Banl< Robbery 



Up 50% 



1987 



1988 1989 1990 



1991 




1988 1989 1990 1991 



30 



AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 



DEFINITION 



Aggravated assault is an unlawful attack by one person upon another for the 
purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury. This type of assault is usually 
accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce death or great 
bodily harm. Attempts are included since it is not necessary that an injury result 
when a gun, knife, or other weapon is used which could and probably would result in 
serious personal injury if the crime were successfully completed. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 1.054.863 

1991 1.092.739 

Percent change +3.6 



Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

424.1 

433.3 

+2.2 



31 



Totaling an estimated 1,092,739 offenses nationally, 
aggravated assaults in 1991 accounted for 57 percent of the 
violent crimes. Geographic distribution figures show that 
39 percent of the aggravated assault volume was accounted 
for by the most populous South, 25 percent by the West, 20 
percent by the Midwest, and 17 percent by the Northeast. 
Among the regions, only the Northeast registered a decline 
in aggravated assaults. (See Table 3.) 

The 1991 monthly figures show that the greatest number 
of aggravated assaults was recorded during August, while 
the lowest volume occurred in February. 

Table 2.22— Aggravated Assault by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January ... 
February .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October ... 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.3 
7.0 
7.8 
8.1 
8.9 
8.9 
9.5 
9.5 
8.7 
8.5 
7.9 
7.8 



1988 



7.2 
7.0 
7.9 
8.1 
8.9 
9.0 
9.8 
9.8 
9.0 
8.4 
7.5 
7.5 



1989 



7.5 
6.6 
7.9 
8.1 
8.9 
8.9 
9.6 
9.2 
8.8 
9.1 
7.9 
7.5 



1990 



7.4 
6.7 
7.8 
8.2 
9.0 
9.4 
10.1 
9.3 
8.9 
8.3 
7.4 
7.5 



1991 



6.9 
6.6 
7.7 
8.1 
9.1 
9.3 
9.7 
9.9 
9.0 
8.6 
7.6 
7.6 



In 1991, aggravated assaults were up 4 percent nation- 
wide as compared to 1990. For the same time period, cities 
collectively experienced a 3-percent increase in the aggra- 
vated assauh volume, with cities from 250,000 to 499,999 
recording the greatest rise, 8 percent. Cities with popula- 
tions from 500,000 to 999,999 experienced the only 
decline, 2 percent. The suburban counties registered a 2- 
percent increase and the rural counties, a 5-percent rise for 
the 2-year period. (See Table 12.) 

Five- and 10-year trends for the country as a whole show 
aggravated assaults up 28 percent above the 1987 level and 
63 percent over the 1982 experience. (See Table 1.) 

Rate 

Up 2 percent above the 1990 rate, there were 433 
reported victims of aggravated assault for every 100,000 



people nationwide in 1991. The rate was 23 percent higher 
than in 1987 and 50 percent above the 1982 rate. 

Higher than the national average, the rate in metropoli- 
tan areas was 487 per 100,000 in 1991. Cities outside 
metropolitan areas experienced a rate of 372, and rural 
counties, a rate of 170. 

Regionally, the aggravated assault rates ranged from 498 
per 100,000 people in the West to 355 per 100,000 in the 
Midwest. Compared to 1990, 1991 aggravated assault rates 
were up in three of the four regions, with only the 
Northeast showing a decline, 1 percent. (See Table 4.) 

Nature 

In 1991, 31 percent of the aggravated assaults were 
committed with blunt objects or other dangerous weapons. 
Of the remaining weapon categories, personal weapons 
such as hands, fists, and feet were used in 27 percent of the 
offenses; firearms in 24 percent; and knives or cutting 
instruments in the remainder. 

From 1990 to 1991, assaults with firearms and those 
involving personal weapons increased 7 percent. Those 
committed with knives or cutting instruments were down 2 
percent, and those involving blunt objects or other danger- 
ous weapons decreased less than 1 percent. Assault by 
weapon totals by state for 1991 are shown in Table 22. 

Table 2.23 — Aggravated Assault, Type of Weapons 
Used, 1991 

[Percent distribution by region] 



Region 


Total 

all 

weapons' 


Fire- 
arms 


Knives or 
cutting 
instru- 
ments 


Other 

weapons 
(clubs, 
blunt 

objects, 
etc.) 


Personal 
weapons 


Total 


100.0 


23.6 


18.4 


30.8 


27.1 






Northeastern States 

Midwestern States 


100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


17.1 
26.8 

27.2 
21.3 


21.2 
18.2 
20.2 
14.4 


31.6 
32.5 
30.7 
29.5 


30.1 
22.5 


Southern States 


21.9 




34.8 







'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 



32 



Percent 
20 

15 

10 

5 

O 

-5 
-10 
-15 
-20 , 

A 
N 
U 
A 
R 

y 



Percent 
30 



AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 

CHART 2.15 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 



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F 
E 
B 
R 
U 
A 
R 

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R 

C 
H 



A AA 

P A 

R y 

I 

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U 
N 

E 



J 
U 

L 

y 



A 
U 
G 
U 
S 
T 



S 

E 
P 
T 
E 
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B 
E 
R 



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c 

T 
O 
B 

E 
R 



N 
O 
V 
E 
AA 
B 
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D 

E 
C 
E 
AA 
B 
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CHART 2.16 



PERCENT CH ANGE fro m 1987 

2311^28 




WWW^^^W^^ 



Number of Offenses 
Known - Up 28% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - Up 23% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



33 



Law Enforcement Response 

During 1991, law enforcement agencies nationwide 
recorded a 57-percent aggravated assault clearance rate. 
The cities collectively reported 55 percent cleared, while 
the suburban and rural county law enforcement agencies 
cleared 62 and 66 percent, respectively. Among the city 
groupings, those with populations under 10,000 recorded 
the highest clearance rate, 66 percent. (See Table 25.) 

Regional clearance percentages for aggravated assault 
were 60 percent in the West, 58 percent in the South, 54 
percent in the Northeast, and 50 percent in the Midwest. 

Eleven percent of the clearances reported nationally and 
in cities involved only persons under age 18. Persons in 
this age group were identified as the assailants in 13 



percent of the clearances in the suburban counties and 7 
percent of those in the rural counties. 

The estimated 480,900 persons arrested for aggravated 
assault in 1991 represented two-thirds of all arrestees for 
violent crimes. Whites comprised 60 percent of the ar- 
restees; blacks, 38 percent; and all other races, the remain- 
der. Eighty-six percent of the arrestees were males and 14 
percent, females. 

Total arrests for aggravated assault were up I percent in 
1991 from the 1990 total. During this 2-year period, arrests 
of persons under age 1 8 increased 7 percent, while arrests 
of adults showed virtually no change. A comparison of 
1987 and 1991 figures showed increases of 32 percent for 
total arrests, 52 percent for juvenile arrests, and 29 percent 
for adult arrests. 



34 



PROPERTY CRIME TOTAL 



DEFINITION 



Property crime includes the offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, 
and arson. The object of these offenses is the taking of money or property, but there is 
no force or threat of force against the victims. 





TREND 




Year 
1990 


Number of offenses' 
12.65 '^.486 


Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants' 

5.088.5 

5.139.7 

+1.0 


7997 


12.961.116 


Percent change 


+2.4 


'Does not include arson. See page 57. 





35 



An all-time high of nearly 1 3 million property crimes 
was reported in 1991. The total was 2 percent higher than 
that for 1990, 8 percent above the 1987 experience, and 1 1 
percent over the 1982 figure. 

Regionally, property crime was up 4 percent in the 
Midwest and rose 3 percent in both the South and the 
West. The Northeast showed a decrease of less than 1 
percent in the property crime volume from 1990. By 
population group, property crime showed the greatest 
increase in rural counties, 5 percent. (See Table 12.) 

As in previous years, 1991 monthly figures show more 
property crime occurred in August, while the lowest 
number was reported in February. 

Table 2.24— Property Crime total by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.8 
7.5 
8.3 
7.9 
8.1 
8.3 
8.9 
9.1 
8.4 
8.5 
8.2 
8.9 



1988 



7.8 
7.5 
8.1 
7.7 
8.2 
8.3 
8.9 
9.5 
8.5 
8.7 
8.3 
8.5 



1989 



8.2 
7.2 
8.2 
7.8 
8.5 
8.5 
9.2 
9,3 
8.4 
8.6 
8.1 
7.9 



1990 



8.3 
7.4 
8.2 
7.9 
8.2 
8.2 
8.9 
9.1 
8.3 
8.7 
8.2 
8.6 



1991 



7.9 
7.4 
8.2 
8.0 
8.3 
8.4 
9.1 
9.2 
8.4 
8.7 
8.0 
8.4 



Rate 

In 1991, there were an estimated 5,140 property crimes 
for every 100,000 United States mhabitants. The 1991 
property crime rate was 1 percent higher than the 1990 
rate, 4 percent over the 1987 rate, and 2 percent above the 
1982 rate. 

Geographically, the 1991 property crime rate was 5,637 
per 100,000 in the West, up 1 percent; 5,618 in the South, 
up 1 percent; 4,626 in the Midwestern States, a 3-percent 
increase; and 4,403 in the Northeast, a 1 -percent decline. 

Property crime rates for 1991 were 5,730 in Metropoli- 
tan Statistical Areas, 4,955 in cities outside of MSAs, and 
1,888 in rural counties. By population group, the highest 
rate — 9,127 — was recorded in cities with populations from 
250,000 to 499,999. (See Table 16.) 



Nature 

Total dollar losses due to property crime were estimated 
at $16.1 billion in 1991. The average loss per ofTense was 
$1,243. 

In 1991, larceny-theft accounted for 63 percent of all 
property crime. Burglary accounted for 24 percent and 
motor vehicle theft for 13 percent. Although arson is 
excluded from the property crime offense and clearance 
tabulations because of its limited timespan as an Index 
offense and lower national coverage, it accounted for 
another 99,784 offenses and an average dollar loss of 
$1 1,980 per arson in 1991, based on data from 1 1,706 law 
enforcement agencies. 

Regionally, 38 percent of property crime was accounted 
for by the Southern States, 24 percent by the Western 
States, 21 percent by the Midwestern States, and 17 
percent by the Northeastern States. 

Law Enforcement Response 

Property crimes generally have the lowest clearance 
rates. In 1991, the overall property crime clearance rate 
was 18 percent, the same as the 1990 rate. The property 
crime clearance rate was also 1 8 percent in three of the four 
regions, with the Northeast recording a lesser rate of 17 
percent. (See Table 26.) 

Twenty-two percent of the property crimes cleared by 
law enforcement nationwide and in cities in 1991 involved 
only young people under age 18. The juvenile percentage 
was 24 percent in suburban counties and 19 percent in 
rural counties. (See Table 28.) 

The estimated 2.3 million persons arrested for property 
crimes in 1991 accounted for 16 percent of all arrestees. 
The volume of property crime arrests in 1991 was 2 
percent above 1990, 9 percent over 1987, and 12 percent 
higher than the 1982 total. Compared to 1990 totals, 
juvenile and adult property crime arrests in 1991 showed 
increases nationwide as well as in cities and suburban and 
rural counties. (See Tables 36, 44, 50, and 56.) In 1991, 75 
percent of all property crime arrestees were males, and 66 
percent of the total were white. 



36 



PROPERTY CRIME 



Percent 
20 



CHART 2.17 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




N 
U 
A 
R 

y 



F 
E 
B 
R 
U 

R 

y 



Ay 
R 

C 
H 



Percent 
10 



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M J J 

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Number of Offenses 
Known - UP 8% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - UP 4% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



37 



BURGLARY 

_ DEFINITION _ 



The Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines burglary as the unlawful entry of a 
structure to commit a felony or theft. The use of force to gain entry is not required to 
classify an offense as burglary. Burglary in this Program is categorized into three 
subclassifications: forcible entry, unlawful entry where no force is used, and 
attempted forcible entry. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 3.073,909 

1991 3,157.150 

Percent change +2. 7 



Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

1.235.9 

1,252.0 

+1.3 



38 



An estimated 3,157,150 burglaries occurred in the 
United States during 1991. These offenses accounted for 
21 percent of the total Crime Index and 24 percent of the 
property crimes. 

Distribution figures for the regions showed that the 
highest burglary volume occurred in the most populous 
Southern States, accounting for 41 percent of the total. The 
Western States followed with 23 percent, the Midwestern 
States with 20 percent, and the Northeastern States with 16 
percent. 

In 1991, the greatest numbers of burglaries were record- 
ed during July and August, while the lowest count was 
reported in February. 

Table 2.25— Burglary by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January . . . 
February .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



8.4 
7.8 
8.3 
7.6 
8.0 
8.0 
8.8 
9.1 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 



1988 



8.4 
7.8 
8.1 
7.5 
8.1 
8.0 
8.8 
9.3 
8.6 
8.5 
8.4 
8.5 



1989 



7.3 
8.2 
7.7 
8.4 
8.3 
9.2 
9.3 
8.6 
8.5 
8.1 
7.8 



1990 



7.5 
8.1 
7.8 
8.1 
7.9 
8.9 
9.0 
8.3 
8.5 
8.3 
8.7 



1991 



8.1 
7.3 
8.1 
7,9 
8.3 
8.2 
9.2 
9.2 
8.6 
8.6 
8.0 
8.6 



Nationwide, the burglary volume rose 3 percent in 1991 
over the 1990 total. By population group, increases were 
registered in all city groupings except cities with popula- 
tions of 1 million or more, which showed a 2-percent 
decline. (See Table 12.) 

Geographically, three of the four regions of the United 
States reported increases in burglary volumes during 1991 
as compared to 1990. The increases were 6 percent in the 
Midwestern States, 4 percent in the Western States, and 2 
percent in the Southern States. The only decrease in the 
burglary volume occurred in the Northeastern States with a 
I -percent decline. 

Longer term national trends show burglary down 2 
percent from the 1987 volume and 8 percent below the 
1982 level. 

Rate 

A burglary rate of 1,252 per 100,000 inhabitants was 
registered nationwide in 1991. The rate rose 1 percent over 
1990 but was 16 percent below the 1982 rate. In 1991, for 



every 100,000 in population, the rate was 1,368 in the 
metropolitan areas, 1,074 in the cities outside metropoli- 
tan areas, and 708 in the rural counties. (See Table 2.) 
Regionally, the burglary rate was 1,498 in the Southern 
States, 1,324 in the Western States, 1,037 in the Midwest- 
ern States, and 1,010 in the Northeastern States. A 
comparison of 1990 and 1991 rates showed increases of 5 
percent in the Midwest and 2 percent in the West. The 
South's burglary rate showed no change from the previous 
year, while in the Northeast, a 1 -percent decrease was 
reported. 

Nature 

Two of every 3 burglaries in 1991 were residential in 
nature. Seventy percent of all burglaries involved forcible 
entry, 23 percent were unlawful entries (without force), and 
the remainder were forcible entry attempts. Offenses for 
which time of occurrence was reported were evenly divided 
between day and night. 

Burglary victims suffered losses estimated at $3.9 billion 
in 1991, and the average dollar loss per burglary was 
$1,246. The average loss for residential offenses was 
$1,281, while for nonresidential property, it was $1,180. 
(See Table 23.) 

Both residential and nonresidential burglary volumes 
showed increases of 2 percent from 1990 to 1991. 

Law Enforcement Response 

Geographically in 1991, a 13-percent clearance rate was 
recorded for burglaries brought to the attention of law 
enforcement agencies across the country. In the South, the 
clearance rate was 1 5 percent; in the Northeast, 1 4 percent, 
in the West, 13 percent; and in the Midwest, 1 1 percent. 

Rural county law enforcement cleared 16 percent of the 
burglaries in their jurisdictions. Agencies in suburban 
counties cleared 14 percent, and those in cities, 1 3 percent. 

Adults were involved in 81 percent of all burglary 
offenses cleared; the remaining 19 percent involved only 
young people under 18 years of age. Persons under age 18 
accounted for 18 percent of the burglary clearances in 
cities, 20 percent of those in rural counties, and 23 percent 
of those in suburban counties. The highest degree of 
juvenile involvement was recorded in the Nation's smallest 
cities (under 10,000 in population) where young persons 
under 18 years of age accounted for 25 percent of the 
clearances. (See Table 28.) 



39 



BURGLARY 



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1991 





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CHART 2.20 

PERCENT CHANGE FROM 1987 




Number of Offenses 
Known - Down 2% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants ■ Down 6% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



40 



BURGLARY Percent Change from 1987 CHART 2.2 1 J 



1987 
0mm 

-1 

-2 

-3 

-4 

-5 

-6 

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-8 

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Residence Ddyi 



1988 1989 1990 1991 




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Residence Nighttime 


19 



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1988 1989 1990 


1991 


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1991 



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1987 1988 




1989 1990 1991 




41 



In the UCR Program, several persons may be arrested in arrest trends showed no change in cities, a 5-percent 

connection with the clearance of one crime, or the arrest of increase in suburban counties, and a 10-percent upswing in 

one individual may clear numerous offenses. The latter is rural counties. 

often true in cases of burglary for which an estimated Ninety-one percent of the burglary arrestees during 1991 

436,500 arrests were made in 1991. Arrest trends between were males, and 65 percent of the total were under 25 years 

1990 and 1991 show total burglary arrests were up 1 of age. Among all burglary arrestees, whites accounted for 

percent. Arrests of persons under 18 years of age showed an 69 percent, blacks for 29 percent, and other races for the 

increase of 4 percent, while those of adults registered no remainder, 
change. For the same 2-year time period, total burglary 



42 



LARCENY-THEFT 



DEFINITION 



Larceny-theft is the unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property 
from the possession or constructive possession of another. It includes crimes such as 
shoplifting, pocket-picking, purse-snatching, thefts from motor vehicles, thefts of 
motor vehicle parts and accessories, bicycle thefts, etc., in which no use of force, 
violence, or fraud occurs. In the Uniform Crime Reporting Program, this crime 
category does not include embezzlement, "con" games, forgery, and worthless 
checks. Motor vehicle theft is also excluded from this category inasmuch as it is a 
separate Crime Index offense. 





TnFNn 








Rale per 100,000 


Year 


Number of offenses 


inhabitants 


1990 


7,945.670 


3.194.8 


1991 


8,142.228 


3.228.8 


Percent change 


+2.5 


+1.1 







43 



Estimated at 8.1 million offenses during 1991, larceny- 
thefts comprised 55 percent of the Crime Index total and 
63 percent of the property crimes. Similar to the experi- 
ence in previous years, larceny-thefts were recorded most 
often during the month of August and least frequently in 
February. 

When viewed geographically, the Southern States, the 
most populous, recorded 38 percent of the larceny-theft 
total. The Midwest and Western States each registered 23 
percent; and the Northeastern States, 16 percent. (See 
Table 4.) 

Table 2.26— Larceny-Theft by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total) 



Months 



January ... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.6 
7.5 
8.3 
8.0 
8.2 
8.5 
9.1 
9.2 
8.4 
8.6 
8.1 
8.4 



1988 



7.6 
7.5 
8.2 
7.8 
8.3 
8.5 
9.0 
9.5 
8.5 
8.7 
8.2 
8.3 



1989 



8.0 
7.2 
8.2 
8.0 
8.6 
8.7 
9.2 
9.5 
8.3 
8.6 
8.0 
7.7 



1990 



8.2 
7.4 
8.2 
7.9 
8.3 
8.3 
8.9 
9.1 
8.2 
8.7 
8.1 
8.4 



1991 



7.8 
7.5 
8.2 
8.1 
8.4 
8.5 
9.2 
9.3 
8.3 
8.7 
7.9 



Compared to 1990, the 1991 volume of larceny-thefts 
increased 2 percent in the Nation and in all cities collec- 
tively. The suburban and rural counties also showed 
increases, 4 percent and 5 percent, respectively. 

Regionally, volume upswings of 3 percent were recorded 
in both the Midwest and the Southern States. The Western 
States registered a 2-percent increase, while the Northeast- 
em States showed no change. 

The 5- and 10-year national trends indicated larceny was 
up 9 percent over the 1987 total and 14 percent above the 
1982 level. 

Rate 

The 1991 larceny-theft rate was 3,229 per 100,000 
United States inhabitants. The rate was 1 percent higher 
than in 1990 and 5 percent above the 1987 and 1982 levels. 
The 1991 rate was 3,560 per 100,000 inhabitants of 
metropolitan areas; 3,647 per 100,000 population in cities 
outside metropolitan areas; and 1,059 per 100,000 people 
in the rural counties. (See Table 2.) 

Regionally, the rate in the Midwest was 3,082 per 
100,000 inhabitants, an increase of 2 percent over the 
previous year. The South's 1991 rate of 3,518 was up 1 
percent, while the rates per 100,000 inhabitants of 2,598 in 



the Northeast and 3,522 in the West showed no change 
from 1990 levels. 

Nature 

During 1991, the average value of property stolen due to 
larceny-theft was $478, down slightly from $480 in 1990. 
When the average value was applied to the estimated 
number of larceny-thefts, the loss to victims nationally was 
$3.9 billion for the year. This estimated dollar loss is 
considered conservative since many offenses in the larceny 
category, particularly if the value of the stolen goods is 
small, never come to law enforcement attention. Losses in 
24 percent of the thefts reported to law enforcement in 
1991 ranged from $50 to $200, while in 36 percent, they 
were over $200. 

Losses of goods and property reported stolen as a result 
of pocket-picking averaged $366;_ purse-snatching, $280; 
and shoplifting, $104. Thefts from buildings resulted in an 
average loss of $788; from motor vehicles, $544; and from 
coin-operated machines, $ 1 39. The average value loss due 
to thefts of motor vehicle accessories was $305 and for 
thefts of bicycles, $233. (See Table 23.) 

Thefts of motor vehicle parts, accessories, and contents 
made up the largest portion of reported larcenies-37 
percent. Also contributing to the high volume of thefts 
were shoplifting, accounting for 16 percent; thefts from 
buildings, 14 percent; and bicycle thefts, 6 percent. The 
remainder was distributed among pocket-picking, purse- 
snatching, thefts from coin-operated machines, and all 
other types of larceny-thefts. Table 2.27 presents the 
distribution of larceny-theft by type and geographic region. 

Table 2.27 — Larceny Analysis by Region, 1991 

[Percent distribution] 





United 
States 
Total 


North- 
eastern 
States 


Mid- 
western 
States 


Southern 

States 


Western 
States 


Total' 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 






Pocket-picking . . . . 


1.0 

1.0 

16.5 

22.4 

14.1 
5.8 
14.2 

1.0 
23.9 


3.4 

1.9 

14.3 

22.0 

13.5 
6.5 
18.0 

2.1 
18.4 


.8 

1.1 

14.0 

18.9 

14.4 

5.2 
19.2 

.6 

25.8 


.4 

.8 

17.3 

20.1 

15.9 
4.9 
10.8 

.9 
29.0 


.5 


Purse-snatching 


.7 




19.0 


From motor vehicles 

(except accessories) 

Motor vehicle 


29.4 
11.7 


Bicycles 


7.4 




12.3 


From coin-operated 
machines 


.6 




18.4 







'Because of rounding, percentages may nol add lo tolals. 



44 



LARCENY-THEFT 



CHART 2.22 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 




Percent 
10 



CHART 2.23 

PERCENT CHANGE from 1987 




I ^Wfl^^WI^^^Pfi 



Number of Offenses 
Known - UP 9% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - UP 5% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



45 



LARCENY/THEFT percent Chanse from 1987 CHART 2.24 



Pocket Picking 


6 
4 
2 



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1987 1988 1989 1990 


t 

1991 


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2 


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1991 


1987 


1988 ^^^B 


1 




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18. 


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16 






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1988 1989 


1990 


1991 



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1988 1989 1990 


1991 



Motor Vehicle Accessory Theft 





Bicycle Theft 



1988 ■ 1989 1990 



1991 



Down 3% 



Theft from Buildings 




Theft from Coin Machines 


25 


Up 23% 




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CHART 2.25 




1% Purse-Snatching 
1% Pocket-Picking 
1% Coin Machines 

16% Shoplifting 



6% Bicycles 



22% From Motor Vehicles 



14% From Buildings 



14% Motor Vehicle Accessories 



24% All Others 



Percent Distribution by Type of Theft 



1991 




47 



Law Enforcement Response 

Twenty percent of the reported larceny-thefts were 
cleared nationwide during 1991. Cities collectively record- 
ed a 21 -percent clearance rate, with the highest rate, 25 
percent, reported by law enforcement agencies in cities 
from 10,000 to 24,999 in population. Suburban and rural 
counties recorded 17-percent and 18-percent clearance 
rates, respectively. 

In 1991, law enforcement agencies in the Western States 
cleared 22 percent of the larceny offenses brought to their 
attention, while the remaining regions each recorded 1991 
clearance rates of 20 percent. (See Table 26.) 

Twenty-three percent of the larceny-theft clearances 
nationally and in cities involved only offenders under 18 
years of age. Twenty-four percent of those in suburban 
counties and 1 8 percent of those in rural counties were 
accounted for by persons in this age group. 

Between 1990 and 1991, the total number of persons 
arrested as well as male and female arrests for larceny-theft 



increased 2 percent. During this same period, adult arrests 
were up 1 percent, and those of persons under 1 8 years of 
age increased 5 percent. 

Considering a longer timeframe, larceny-theft arrests 
rose 10 percent for the 5-year period, 1987-1991. Arrests of 
adults were up 1 1 percent, and of juveniles, up 8 percent. 
During this 5-year timespan, male and female arrests rose 
9 and 12 percent, respectively. 

Larceny-theft not only comprised the largest portion of 
Crime Index offenses reported to law enforcement, but this 
offense also accounted for 53 percent of the arrests for 
Index crimes and 71 percent of those for property crimes in 
1991. Forty-four percent of the larceny arrests were of 
persons under 21 years of age, and 30 percent of the 
arrestees were under 18. Females, who were arrested for 
this offense more often than for any other in 1991, 
comprised 32 percent of all larceny-theft arrestees. 

Whites accounted for 67 percent of the total larceny- 
theft arrestees, blacks for 31 percent, and all other races for 
the remainder. 



4R 



MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 



DEFINITION 



Defined as the theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle, this offense category 
includes the stealing of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, motorscooters, 
snowmobiles, etc. The definition excludes the taking of a motor vehicle for 
temporary use by those persons having lawful access. 



TREND 



Year Number of offenses 

1990 1.635.907 

1991 1.661.738 

Percent change +1.6 



Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

657.8 

659.0 

+.2 



49 



An estimated total of 1,661,738 thefts of motor vehicles 
occurred in the United States during 1991. These offenses 
comprised 1 3 percent of all property crimes. The regional 
distribution of motor vehicle thefts showed 32 percent of 
the volume was in the Southern States, 26 percent in the 
Western States, 24 percent in the Northeastern States, and 
18 percent in the Midwestern States. 

The 1991 monthly figures show that the greatest number 
of motor vehicle thefts was recorded during the month of 
August, while the lowest count was in February. 

Table 2.28— Motor Vehicle Theft by Month, 1987-1991 

[Percent of annual total] 



Months 



January ... 
Febi^ai7 .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 



1987 



7.9 
7.5 
8.4 
7.9 
8.0 
8.1 
8.8 
9.0 
8.4 
8.8 
8.5 
8.7 



1988 



8.0 
7.6 
7.9 
7.4 
7.8 
8.0 
8.8 
9.4 
8.7 
9.0 
8.7 
8.7 



1989 



8.3 
7.3 
8.1 
7.5 
8.0 
8.2 
8.8 
9.0 
8.5 
9.0 
8.7 
8.5 



1990 



8.5 
7.6 
8.4 
7.9 
8.1 
8.1 
8.8 
8.8 
8.4 
8.8 
8.3 
8.4 



1991 



8.3 
7.5 
8.2 
7.8 
8.1 
8.2 
8.7 
8.9 
8.3 
8.7 
8.5 



The number of motor vehicle thefts rose 2 percent 
nationally from 1990 to 1991. During the same period, the 
Nation's cities overall experienced a 1 -percent increase and 
the suburban counties a 3-percent rise, while rural counties 
showed a decrease of less than 1 percent. 

Geographically, three regions experienced motor vehicle 
theft increases, while the Northeastern Region showed a 2- 
percent decline. (See Table 4.) 

The accompanying chart shows that the volume of 
motor vehicle thefts in 1991 increased 29 percent over the 
1987 volume. 

Rate 

The 1991 national motor vehicle theft rate — 659 per 
100,000 people — showed virtually no change from the rate 
in 1990. The rate was 24 percent higher than in 1987 and 
44 percent above the 1982 rate. 



For every 100,000 inhabitants living in MSAs, there 
were 803 motor vehicle thefts reported in 1991. The rate in 
cities outside metropolitan areas was 233 and in rural 
counties, 1 20. As in previous years, the highest rates were 
in the Nation's most heavily populated municipalities, 
indicating that this offense is primarily a large-city prob- 
lem. For every 100,000 inhabitants in cities with popula- 
tions over 250,000, the 1991 motor vehicle theft rate was 
1,681. The Nation's smallest cities, those with fewer than 
10,000 inhabitants, recorded a rate of 257 per 100,000. 

Among the regions, the motor vehicle theft rates ranged 
from 791 per 100,000 people in the Western States to 507 
in the Midwestern States. The Northeastern States' rate 
was 795 and the Southern States' rate, 603. All regions 
except the Northeastern States registered rate increases 
from 1990 to 1991. (See Table 4.) 

An estimated average of 1 of every 1 1 7 registered motor 
vehicles was stolen nationwide during 1991. Regionally, 
this rate was greatest in the Northeast where 1 of every 84 
motor vehicles registered was stolen. The other three 
regions reported lesser rates — 1 per 101 in the West, 1 per 
127 in the South, and 1 per 167 in the Midwest. 

Nature 

During 1991, the estimated value of motor vehicles 
stolen nationwide was nearly $8.3 billion. At the time of 
theft, the average value per vehicle stolen was $4,983. 

Eighty percent of all motor vehicles reported stolen 
during the year were automobiles, 1 5 percent were trucks 
or buses, and the remainder were other types. 

Table 2.29— Motor Vehicle Theft, 1991 

[Percent distribution by region] 



Region 


Total' 


Autos 


Trucks 
and 
buses 


Other 
vehicles 


Total 


100.0 


79.7 


14.7 


5.6 






Northeaslem States 

Midwestern States 


100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


92.7 
83.0 

74.7 
71.4 


4.4 
10.5 
19.0 
21.9 


2.9 
6.5 
6.3 


Western States 


6 8 







■ Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 



MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 



Percent 
20 



15 



CHART 2.26 

VARIATION FROM MONTHLY AVERAGE 

1991 



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CHART 2.27 

PERCENT CHANGE from 1987 




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Number of Offenses 
Known - Up 29% 



Rate per 100,000 
Inhabitants - Up 24% 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



51 



Law Enforcement Response 

Law enforcement agencies nationwide recorded a 14- 
percent motor vehicle theft clearance rate for 1991. Those 
in cities cleared 13 percent; those in suburban counties 
cleared 16 percent; and rural county agencies cleared 33 
percent. 

Regional clearance percentages for motor vehicle theft 
were 1 7 percent in the Southern States, 1 5 percent in the 
Midwestern States, 13 percent in the Western States, and 
10 percent in the Northeastern States. 

Persons in the under- 18 age group alone accounted for 
23 percent of the motor vehicle thefts cleared both 
nationally and in cities. They comprised 22 percent of the 
clearances in the suburban counties and 20 percent of 
those in the rural counties. 

During 1991, law enforcement agencies nationwide 
made an estimated 207,700 arrests for motor vehicle theft. 



Males accounted for 90 percent of the persons arrested for 
motor vehicle theft. Fifty-nine percent of the arrestees were 
white, 39 percent were black, and the remainder were of 
other races. 

A large proportion of motor vehicle theft arrestees was 
accounted for by the younger segment of the population. In 
1991, 62 percent of all persons arrested for this offense 
were under 21 years of age, and those under 18 comprised 
44 percent of the total. Between 1990 and 1991, arrests of 
persons under age 18 decreased less than 1 percent. Within 
this age range, arrests of males decreased 1 percent, while 
those of females were up 4 percent. 

Total motor vehicle theft arrests were down 2 percent 
and adult arrests declined 4 percent in 1991 from the 
previous year. Overall arrests for this offense were 23 
percent higher in 1991 than in 1987 and 61 percent above 
the 1982 level. 



f>2 



ARSON 



DEFINITION 



Arson is defined by the Uniform Crime Reporting Program as any willful or 
malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling 
house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc. 

Only fires determined through investigation to have been willfully or maliciously 
set are classified as arsons. Fires of suspicious or unknown origins are excluded. 



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A total of 99,784 arson offenses was reported by 1 1 ,845 
law enforcement agencies across the country; these agen- 
cies furnished from 1 to 12 months of reports during 1991. 
Of these reporting agencies, 11,706 provided the detailed 
information-type of structure, estimated monetary value 
of the property damaged, etc. — from which the tables on 
the accompanying pages were tabulated. Further informa- 
tion regarding arson offenses and trends is presented in 
Tables 12 through 15 and arson clearances in Tables 25 
through 28. Since only 8,963 agencies covering 71 percent 
of the United States population submitted reports for all 
12 months of the year, the data user should be aware that, 
while conservative indicators, the figures do not represent 
the Nation's total arson experience. 

The number of arson offenses reported nationally and in 
suburban counties increased 1 percent in 1991 as com- 
pared to the 1990 total. Counts for the Nation's cities 
ranged from an 8-percent decline in cities with populations 
over 1 million to a 7-percent increase in those with 250,000 
to 499,999 inhabitants. The rural counties registered a 
decline of 3 percent. (See Table 12.) 

Geographically, arson increased in the Midwest and 
West by 1 percent and in the South by 2 percent. A 2- 
percent decrease was recorded in the Northeast. 

By property type nationally, the number of arsons of 
structures rose less than 1 percent. Those of mobile 
property increased 2 percent, and of all other property rose 
4 percent. (See Table 15.) 

Caution is recommended when viewing arson trend 
information. The percent change figures may have been 
influenced by improved arson reporting procedures during 
the collection's relatively limited timespan. It is expected 
that year-to-year statistical comparability will improve as 
collection continues. 

Table 2.30 — Arson Rate, Population Group, 1991 

[8,963 agencies; 1991 estimated population 179,673,000; 
rate per 100.000 inhabitants) 



Group 


Rate 


Total 


48 3 






Total cities 


56 






Group I (cities 250,000 and over) 

(cities 1,000,000 and over) .. . 


89.8 
97 4 


(cities 500,000 to 999,999) 


74 2 


(cities 250,000 to 499,999) 


92,0 


Group 11 (cities 100,000 to 249,999) 

Group III (cities 50.000 to 99,999) 

Group IV (cities 25.000 to 49,999) 

Group V (cities 10.000 lo 24,999) 

Group VI (cities under 10.000) 


66.3 
45.6 
37.0 
27.9 
29.0 




35 5 


Rural counties 


22 1 


Suburban area 


33 1 







Rate 

Since population coverage for arson data is lower than 
for the other Crime Index offenses, arson rates per 100,000 
inhabitants are tabulated independently. Based only on 
figures from law enforcement agencies supplying 12 
months of statistics for all Index crimes, including arson, 
the 1991 rates are shown in the accompanying table. 

The rates ranged from 97 per 100,000 inhabitants in 
cities with populations over 1 million to 22 per 100,000 
rural county inhabitants. The suburban counties and all 
cities collectively recorded rates of 36 and 56 per 100,000 
inhabitants, respectively. Overall, the 1991 national arson 
rate was 48 per 100,000 population. 

Regionally, the highest arson rate was registered in the 
Western States with 56 offenses per 100,000 population. 
Following were the Northeastern and Southern States with 
a rate of 46 per 100,000, and the Midwestern States with 
44 per 100,000. 

Nature 

As in previous years, structures were the most frequent 
targets of arsonists in 1991 and comprised 54 percent of 
the reported incidents. Twenty-seven percent of the arsons 
were directed at mobile property (motor vehicles, trailers, 
etc.), while other types of property (crops, timber, etc.) 
accounted for 19 percent. 

Table 2.31 — Arson, Type of Property, 1991 

[11,706 agencies; 1991 estimated population 195,914,000] 



Property classiTication 



Total 

Total structure 

Single occupancy residential 

Other residential 

Storage 

Industrial/manufacturing 

Other commercial 

Community/public 

Other structure 

Total mobile 

Motor vehicles 

Other mobile 

Other 

'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 




Residential property was involved in 61 percent of the 
structural arsons during the year, with 44 percent of such 
offenses directed at single-occupancy dwellings. Nineteen 
percent of all targeted structural property was either 
uninhabited or abandoned at the time the arson occurred. 

Motor vehicles comprised 93 percent of all mobile 
property at which arsons were directed. 



Table 2.32 — Arson, Structures Not in Use, 1991 

111,706 agencies; 1991 estimated population 195.914,000] 



Type of staicture 



Total 

Single occupancy residential 

Other residential 

Storage 

Industrial/manufacturing ... 

Other commercial 

Community/public 

Other structure 



Number 

of 
offenses 



46,478 



20,233 
8,062 
4.384 
750 
5,226 
4,701 
3,122 



Percent 
not 

in use 



19.2 



23.5 
13.9 
23.7 
21.5 
13.4 
8.4 
23.5 



The monetary value of property damaged due to report- 
ed arsons averaged $11,980 per incident in 1991. The 
overall average for all types of structures was S 19,763. 
While industrial/manufacturing property was the structur- 
al classification with the lowest reported number of of- 
fenses, it showed the highest average loss — 584,942. Mo- 
bile properties averaged $4,202 per incident, and other 
targets averaged $895. 

Table 2.33 — Arson, Monetary Value of Property 
Damaged, 1991 



[11.706 agencies; 1991 estimated population 195,914.000) 



Property classification 



Average 
damage 



Total 

Total structure 

Single occupancy residential 

Other residential 

Storage 

Industrial/manufacturing ... 

Other commercial 

Community/public 

Other structure 

Total mobile 

Motor vehicles 

Other mobile 

Other 




19.763 
13.602 
12.964 
12,388 
84.942 
43,730 
36,436 
6,712 

4,202 
3,920 
7,884 



Law Enforcement Response 

The national 1991 arson clearance rate was 16 percent. 
Agencies in cities with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants 
showed the highest rate, clearing 25 percent of the arson 
offenses brought to their attention. Rural county law 
enforcement agencies cleared 22 percent; those in subur- 
ban counties, 18 percent; and in cities, 15 percent. (See 
Table 25.) 

Regionally, the Southern States recorded a clearance rate 
of 21 percent; the Western States, 16 percent; the Midwest- 
ern States, 13 percent; and the Northeastern States, 12 
percent. 

Forty percent of all 1991 arson clearances involved only 
young people under age 18, a higher percentage of juvenile 
involvement than for any other Index crime. Persons in 



this age group acounted for 38 percent of structural arson 
clearances, 23 percent of the clearances for arsons of 
mobile property, and 58 percent of those of all other 
property. 

Table 2.34 — Arson Offenses Cleared by Arrest,' 1991 

[11,706 agencies^ 1991 estimated population 195,914,000) 



Property classification 



Total 



Total structure 

Single occupancy residential 

Other residential 

Storage 

Industrial/manufacturing 

Other commercial 

Community/public 

Other structure 



Total mobile 

Motor vehicles 
Other mobile .. 

Other 



Number 

of 
offenses 



86,147 



46.478 
20,233 
8.062 
4,384 
750 
5.226 
4,701 
3,122 

23,595 

21.917 

1.678 

16.074 



Percent 
cleared 
by arrest 



18.0 



22.0 
22.1 
22.7 
18.3 
14.0 
14.9 
36.2 
17.0 

9.2 
8.8 
14.6 

19.7 



'Includes offenses cleared by exceptional means. 
n"o be included in this table, it was necessary that arson clearances be reported by 
property classification. 

By population grouping, juveniles were the offenders in 
42 percent of the city arson clearances, 38 percent of those 
in suburban counties, and 25 percent of those in the rural 
counties. 

The accompanying tables show clearance data only for 
those 1 1,706 law enforcement agencies which were able to 
furnish breakdowns by type for the structural and mobile 
classifications. As can be seen, the highest clearance rate 
(36 percent) was recorded for offenses in which community 
or public structures were involved, while the lowest rate 
(9 percent) was registered for motor vehicles. 

Table 2.35 — Arson Offenses Cleared by Arrest' of 
Persons under 18 Years of Age, 1991 



[11.706 agencies'; 1991 estimated 


population 


195.914.000) 




Property classification 


Total 
clearances 


Percent 
under 18 


Total 


15,548 


400 










Total structure 


10,221 

4,473 

1,830 

801 

105 

781 

1.700 

531 

2.167 
1,922 

245 

3,160 


38 2 


Single occupancy residential 


31 4 




30 6 


Storage 


43 9 




35 2 


Other commercial 


32 4 


Community/public 


60 9 




49 3 




22 5 




20 4 




39 2 


Other 


57 5 







'Includes orFenses cleared by exceptional means, 

H'o be included in this table, it was necessary that arson clearances be reported by 
property classification. 



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The estimated number of arrests for arson during 1991 Nationwide, arrests of juveniles were up 11 percent, 

totaled 20,000. Forty-seven percent of the arrestees were while adult arrests showed a 4-percent decrease from 1990 

under 18 years of age and 65 percent were under 25. Males to 1991. During the same period, male arrests for arson 

comprised 87 percent of all arson arrestees. Seventy-seven were up 3 percent and female arrests showed virtually no 

percent of those arrested were white, 21 percent were change, 

black, and the remainder were of other races. The 1991 arson arrest total for all ages was 6 percent 

Trends for 1990 versus 1991 show arson arrests in- higher than the 1987 level but 6 percent lower than in 

creased 2 percent nationwide and 13 percent in suburban 1982. 
counties. The Nation's cities experienced a 1 -percent rise, 
whereas rural counties registered a 2-percent decrease. 



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Crime Index Tabulations 



This Section's tabular portions present data on crime in 
the United States as a whole; geographic divisions; individ- 
ual states; Metropolitan Statistical Areas; cities, towns, and 
counties; and college and university campuses. Also fur- 
nished in the following tables are national averages for the 
value of property stolen in connection with Crime Index 
offenses; further breakdowns by type for the robbery, 
burglary, larceny-theft, and arson classifications; informa- 
tion on the types of weapons used; and data on the type 
and value of property stolen and recovered. 

Ahhough the total number of crimes occurring through- 
out the Nation is unknown, information on those reported 
to law enforcement gives a reliable indication of criminal 
activity. In reviewing the tables in this report, it must be 
remembered, however, that many factors can cause the 
volume and type of crime to vary from place to place. Even 
though population, one of these factors, is used in comput- 
ing crime rates, all communities are affected to some 
degree by seasonal or transient populations. Since counts 
of current, permanent population are used in their con- 
struction, crime rates do not account for short-term 
population variables, such as an influx of day workers, 
tourists, shoppers, etc. A further discussion of various 
factors contributing to the amount of crime in a given area 
is shown on page v of this publication. 

National data can serve as a guide for the law enforce- 
ment administrator in analyzing the local crime count, as 
well as the performance of the jurisdiction's law enforce- 
ment agency. The analysis, however, should not end with a 
comparison based on data presented in this publication. It 



is only through an appraisal of local conditions that a clear 
picture of the community crime problem or the effective- 
ness of the law enforcement operation is possible. 

National estimates of volume and rate per 100,000 
inhabitants for all Crime Index offenses covering the past 
two decades are set forth in Table 1, "Index of Crime, 
United States, 1972-1991." 

Table 2, "Index of Crime, United States, 1991," shows 
current year estimates for MSAs, rural counties, and cities 
and towns outside metropolitan areas. See Appendix III for 
the definitions of these community types. 

Provided in Table 3, "Index of Crime, Regional Offense 
and Population Distribution, 1991," are data showing the 
geographical distribution of estimated Index crimes and 
population. When utilizing figures presented on a regional 
basis in this publication, the reader is cautioned to 
consider each region's proportion of the total United States 
population. For example, although the Southern States 
accounted for the largest volume of Crime Index offenses 
in 1991, they also represented the greatest regional popula- 
tion. 

Note 

The collection of statistics on arson as a Crime Index 
offense began in 1979. However, 1991 annual figures are 
not available for inclusion in tables presenting statistics for 
the total United States. Arson totals reported by individual 
law enforcement agencies are displayed in Tables 8 through 
11. Two-year arson trends are shown in Tables 12 through 
15. 



57 



Table 1.— Index of Crime, United States, 1972-1991 



Population' 


Crime 
Index 
totaP 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
crime* 


Property 
crime* 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 
man- 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
thefl 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson' 










slaughter 


















Number of Offenses 


Populalion by year: 


























1972-208,230,000 . 






. 8,248,800 




834.900 


7.413,900 


18.670 


46,850 


376.290 


393.090 


2,375.500 


4.151.200 


887,200 




1973-209,851,000 . 






. 8.718,100 




875,910 


7,842,200 


19,640 


51,400 


384,220 


420,650 


2.565,500 


4,347,900 


928,800 




1974-211,392,000 . 






. 10,253,400 




974,720 


9.278,700 


20,710 


55,400 


442,400 


456,210 


3.039,200 


5,262,500 


977,100 




1975-213.124.000 . 






. 11.292.400 




1,039,710 


10.252.700 


20,510 


56,090 


470,500 


492,620 


3,265,300 


5,977,700 


1,009,600 




1976-214,659,000 . 






. 11,349,700 




1,004,210 


10.345.500 


18,780 


57,080 


427,810 


500,530 


3,108,700 


6,270,800 


966,000 




1977-216,332.000 . 






. 10.984.500 




1,029,580 


9.955.000 


19,120 


63,500 


412,610 


534,350 


3,071,500 


5,905,700 


977,700 




1978-218,059,000 . 






. 11.209.000 




1,085,550 


10.123.400 


19,560 


67,610 


426,930 


571,460 


3,128,300 


5,991,000 


1,004,100 




1979-220,099,000 . 






. 12.249,500 




1,208,030 


11.041.500 


21,460 


76,390 


480,700 


629,480 


3,327,700 


6,601,000 


1,112,800 




1980-225,349,264 . 






. 13.408,300 




1,344,520 


12,063,700 


23,040 


82,990 


565,840 


672,650 


3,795,200 


7,136,900 


1,131,700 




1981-229.146,000 . 






. 13.423.800 




1,361,820 


12,061,900 


22,520 


82,500 


592,910 


663,900 


3,779,700 


7,194,400 


1,087,800 




1982-231,534,000 . 






. 12.974.400 




1,322,390 


11.652,000 


21,010 


78,770 


553,130 


669,480 


3,447,100 


7,142,500 


1,062,400 




1983-233,981,000 . 






. 12.108,600 




1,258,090 


10.850.500 


19,310 


78,920 


506,570 


653,290 


3,129,900 


6,712,800 


1,007,900 




1984-236.158,000 . 






. 11.881,800 




1,273,280 


10,608.500 


18,690 


84,230 


485,010 


685,350 


2,984,400 


6,591,900 


1,032,200 




1985-238.740.000 . 






. 12.431.400 




1,328,800 


11.102,600 


18,980 


88,670 


497,870 


723,250 


3,073,300 


6,926,400 


1,102,900 




1986-241.077,000 . 






. 13.211,900 




1,489,170 


11,722,700 


20,610 


91,460 


542,780 


834,320 


3,241,400, 


7,257,200 


1,224,100 




1987-243,400,000 . 






. 13.508,700 




1,484,000 


12,024,700 


20,100 


91,110 


517,700 


855,090 


3,236,200 


7,499,900 


1,288,700 




1988-245.807,000 . 






. 13.923,100 




1,566,220 


12,356,900 


20,680 


92,490 


542,970 


910,090 


3,218,100 


7,705,900 


1,432,900 




1989-248,239,000 . 






. 14.251,400 




1,646,040 


12,605,400 


21,500 


94,500 


578,330 


951,710 


3,168,200 


7,872,400 


1,564,800 




1990-248,709,873 . 






. 14.475,600 




1,820,130 


12,655,500 


23,440 


102,560 


639,270 


1,054,860 


3,073,900 


7,945,700 


1,635,900 




1991-252.177.000 . 






. 14,872,900 




1,911,770 


12,961,100 


24,700 


106,590 


687,730 


1,092,740 


3.157,200 


8,142,200 


1,661,700 




Percent change: number of 


























offenses: 


























1991/1990 


+2.7 
+ 10.1 
+ 14.6 




+5.0 
+28.8 
+44.6 


+2.4 

+7.8 

+ 11.2 


+5.4 
+22.9 
+ 17.6 


+3.9 
+ 17.0 
+35.3 


+7.6 
+32.8 
+24.3 


+3.6 
+27.8 
+63.2 


+2.7 
-2.4 
-8.4 


+2.5 

+8.6 

+ 14.0 


+ 1,6 
+28.9 
+56.4 




1991/1987 




1991/1982 










Rate per 100.000 Inhabitams 


Year 


























1972 


3,961.4 
4,154.4 
4,8504 
5,298.5 
5,287,3 
5,077,6 
5.1403 
5,565.5 
5,950.0 
5,858.2 
5,603.6 
5,175.0 
5,031.3 
5,207.1 
5,480.4 
5,550,0 
5,664,2 
5.741.0 
5.820.3 
5,897.8 




401.0 
417.4 
461.1 
487.8 
467.8 
475.9 
497.8 
548.9 
596.6 
594.3 
571.1 
537.7 
539.2 
556.6 
617.7 
609.7 
637.2 
663.1 
731.8 
758.1 


3.560.4 
3,737.0 
4,389.3 
4,810.7 
4,819.5 
4,601.7 
4.642.5 
5.016.6 
5.353.3 
5.263.9 
5.032.5 
4,637.4 
4,492.1 
4.650.5 
4,862.6 
4,940.3 
5,027.1 
5,077.9 
5,088.5 
5,139.7 


9.0 
9,4 
9.8 
9.6 
8.8 
8.8 
9.0 
9,7 
102 
9.8 
9.1 
8.3 
7.9 
7.9 
8.6 
8.3 
8.4 
8.7 
9.4 
9.8 


22.5 
24.5 
26.2 
26.3 
26.6 
29.4 
31.0 
34.7 
36.8 
36.0 
34.0 
33.7 
35.7 
37,1 
37,9 
37,4 
37,6 
38.1 
41,2 
42,3 


180.7 
183.1 
209.3 
220.8 
199.3 
190.7 
195.8 
218.4 
251,1 
258.7 
238.9 
216,5 
205,4 
208.5 
225.1 
212.7 
2209 
233.0 
257.0 
272.7 


188.8 
200.5 
215.8 
231.1 
233.2 
247.0 
262,1 
286.0 
298.5 
289,7 
289,2 
279.2 
2902 
302.9 
346.1 
351.3 
370.2 
383.4 
424.1 
433,3 


1.1408 
1,222.5 
1,437.7 
1,532.1 
1,448.2 
1,419.8 
1,434.6 
1,511.9 
1,684.1 
1,649.5 
1.488.8 
1.337,7 
1.263,7 
1.287.3 
1.344.6 
1,. 329,6 
1,309.2 
1,276.3 
1.235.9 
1,252,0 


1.993.6 
2,071.9 
2,489.5 
2.804.8 
2.921.3 
2.729.9 
2.747,4 
2,999.1 
3,167,0 
3,139.7 
3,084.8 
2.868.9 
2,791.3 
2.901.2 
3.0103 
3,081,3 
3,134,9 
3,171,3 
3,194.8 
3,228.8 


426.1 
442.6 
462.2 
473.7 
450.0 
451.9 
4605 
505.6 
502.2 
474.7 
458.8 
430.8 
437.1 
462.0 
507.8 
529.4 
582.9 
630.4 
657.8 
659.0 




1973 




1974 




1975 




1976 




1977 




1978 




1979 




1980 




1981 




1982 




1983 




1984 




1985 




1986 




1987 




1988 




1989 




1990 




1991 




Percent change: rate per 100.000 




inhabitants: 


























1991/1990 


+ 1.3 
+6.3 

+5.3 




+3.6 
+24.3 
+32.7 


+ 1.0 
+4.1 
+2.1 


+4.3 

+ 18.6 

+ 7.6 


+2.7 
+ 13.1 

+24,4 


+6.1 
+28.2 
+ 14.1 


+2.2 
+23.3 
+49,8 


+ 1.3 

-5,8 

-15.9 


+ 1,1 
+4,8 
+4.7 


+.2 
+24.5 
+43.6 




1991/1987 




1991/1982 









'Populations are Bureau of the Census provisional estimates as of July 1. except 1980 and 1990 which are the decennial census counts. 
^Because of rounding, the offenses may not add to totals. 

'Although arson data are included in the trend and clearance tables, sufficient data are not available to estimate totals for this offense. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included 
for the property crime of arson. 

All rates were calculated on the offenses before rounding. 

Data for 199! were not available for the State of Iowa: therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 



58 



Table 2.— Index of Crime, United States, 1991 



Area 


Population' 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
totaP 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime' 


Murder 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


•Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson' 


Iniled States Total 

Rate per 100.000 


252.177,000 


14,872,883 

5.897.8 




1,911,767 

758.1 


12,961,116 

5.139.7 


24,703 

9.8 


106,593 

42.3 


687,732 

272.7 


1,092,739 

433,3 


3,157,150 

1.252.0 


8,142,228 

3.228.8 


1,661,738 

659.0 










MetropoliUn 


195,233,844 

96.9% 
lOO.OVn 

22,775,569 

88.2% 
100.0% 

34,167.587 

85.5% 
100.0% 


12.650.488 
12.915.670 

6,615.5 

1.095,800 
1,238,0.34 

5,435.8 

637.980 
719.179 

2.104.9 




1.705.579 
1.727.995 

885.1 

96.980 
109.575 

481.1 

64.395 

74.197 

217.2 


10.944.909 
11.187.675 

5,730.4 

998.820 
1.128.459 

4.954.7 

573.585 
644.982 

1.887.7 


21.405 
21.594 

11.1 

1.031 

1.155 

5,1 

1.674 
1.954 

5.7 


88.849 
90.661 

46.4 

6.964 
7.839 

34.4 

7.265 
8.093 

23.7 


661.381 
665,905 

341,1 

14,170 
15,923 

69.9 

5,164 
5,904 

17,3 


933.944 
949.835 

486.5 

74.815 
84,658 

371.7 

50,292 
58,246 

170,5 


2,613.827 
2.670.592 

1.367.9 

215,353 
244,616 

1,074.0 

216.324 
241.942 

708.1 


6,784.451 
6.949.546 

3.559.6 

736.546 
830.686 

3.647.3 

320,951 
361,996 

1,059,5 


1.546.631 
1.567.537 

802.9 

46,921 
53,157 

233.4 

36.310 
41.044 

120.1 




Area actually reponing'' 




Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 




Cities outside metropolitan areas ... 

Area actually reporting^ 

Estimated totals 




Rale per 100,000 








Area actually reporting* 

Estimated totals 




Rate per 100,000 








'Populations are Bureau of the Census provisional estimates as of July 1, 1991. and are subject to change. 

^.Although arson data are included in the trend and clearance tables, sufficient data are not available to estimate totals for this offense. 

the property crime of arson. 

*The percentage representing area actually reporting will not coincide with the ratio between reported and estimated crime totals, since these data represent the sum of the calculations for 
individual slates which have varying populations, portions reporting, and crime rates. 

Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 

Table 3. — Index of Crime, Regional Offense and Population Distribution, 1991 


Region 


Population 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
crime' 


. Property 
crime' 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


.\ggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson' 


United Stales TotaP 


100.0 


100.0 




100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 










20.2 
23.9 
34.5 
21.4 


17.7 
21.3 
37.5 
23.5 




20.1 
19.9 
36.3 
23.8 


17.3 
21.5 

37.7 
23.5 


17.3 
19.1 
42.6 
21.1 


13.8 
25.7 
36.9 
23.6 


26.1 
19.5 
31.8 
22.6 


16.9 
19.5 
38.9 
24.6 


16.3 
19.8 
41.2 
22.7 


16.3 
22.8 
37.5 
23.4 


24.4 
18.4 
31.5 

25.7 




Midwestern States 




Southern States ..... 













'Although arson data are included in the trend and clearance tables, sufficient data are not available to estimate totals for this offense. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for 
the property crime of arson. 

^Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 

Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated- See "OfTense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



59 



Table 4.— Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Division, and State. 1990-1991 
















Area 


Year 


Population' 


Crime Index total 


Modified Crime 
Index total- 


Violent 


cnme' 


Property 


cnme^ 


Murder and non- 
negligent manslaughter 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


United Stales Total* 


1990 
1991 


248,709,873 
252,177,000 


14,475,613 

14,872,883 

+2.7 


5,820J 

5,897.8 

+1.3 






1,820,127 

1,911,767 

+5.0 


731.8 
758.1 
+3.6 


12,655,486 
12,961,116 

+2.4 


5,088.5 

5,139.7 

+1.0 


23,438 
24,703 

+5.4 


9.4 


Percent change 


9.8 
+4.3 


Northeast 


1990 
1991 


50,809,229 
50,976.000 


2,638,764 

2,628,067 

-.4 


5,193.5 
5,155.5 

-.7 






384,497 

383,413 

-.3 


756.7 
752.1 


2,254,267 

2,244,654 

-.4 


4,436.7 

4,403.4 

-.8 


4,359 
4,275 
-1.9 


8.6 


Percent change 


8.4 
-2.3 




1990 
1991 


13,206,943 
13.197,000 


659.792 

653,309 

-1.0 


4.995.8 

4,950.4 

-.9 






70.769 

70,148 

-.9 


535.8 

531.5 

-.8 


589.023 

583.161 

-1.0 


4,459.9 

4,418.9 

-1.3 


521 

540 

+3.6 


3.9 




4.1 

+5.1 




1990 
1991 


3,287,116 
3,291,000 


177,068 

176,531 

-.3 


5,386.7 

5,364.1 

-.4 






18,201 

17,761 

-2.4 


553.7 
539.7 
-2.5 


158.867 

158.770 

-.1 


4.833.0 

4.824.4 

- 2 


166 
187 

+ 12.7 


5.1 




5.7 
+ 11.8 




1990 
1991 


1,227,928 
1,235,000 


45,406 
46.531 

+2.5 


3.697.8 

3.767.7 

+ 1.9 






1.759 
1.631 
-7.3 


143.2 
132.1 
-7.8 


43,647 

44.900 

+2.9 


3,554.5 
3.635.6 

+2.3 


30 

15 

-50.0 


2.4 




1.2 
-50.0 




1990 
1991 


6,016.425 
5,996.000 


318.742 
319.128 

+.1 


5,297.9 

5.322.3 

+.5 






44.300 

44.138 

-.4 


736.3 
736.1 


274,442 
274.990 

+.2 


4,561.5 
4.586.2 

+.5 


243 
249 

+2.5 


4.0 


Percenl change 


4.2 
+5.0 




1990 
1991 


1.109,252 
1,105,000 


40.435 

38,098 

-5,8 


3.645.2 

3.447.8 

-5.4 






1,459 
1.318 
-9.7 


131.5 
119.3 
-9.3 


38.976 

36.780 

-5.6 


3.513.7 

3.328.5 

-5.3 


21 

40 

+90.5 


1.9 


Percent change 


3.6 

+89.5 


Rhode Island 


1990 
1991 


1,003,464 
1.004,000 


53,712 

50.595 

-5.8 


5.352.7 

5.039.3 

-5.9 






4.334 
4.638 
+7.0 


431.9 
462.0 
+ 7.0 


49.378 

45.957 

-6.9 


4.920.8 

4.577.4 

-7.0 


48 

37 

-22.9 


4.8 


Percent change 


3.7 
-22.9 




1990 
1991 


562,758 
567,000 


24,429 

22.426 

-8.2 


4.340.9 

3.955.2 

-8.9 






716 
662 

-7.5 


127.2 
116.8 

-8.2 


23.713 

21,764 

-8.2 


4.213.7 

3.838.4 

-8.9 


13 
12 

-7.7 


2.3 


Percenl change 


2.1 

-8.7 




1990 
1991 


37,602,286 
37.779.000 


1.978,972 

1.974,758 

-.2 


5.262.9 
5,227,1 

-.7 






313.728 

313,265 

-1 


834,3 

829.2 

-.6 


1.665,244 
1.661.493 

_ 2 


4,428.6 

4.397.9 

-.7 


3.838 
3.735 

-2.7 


10.2 




9.9 
-2.9 




1990 
1991 


7.730.188 
7.760.000 


421.080 

421.469 

+.1 


5.447.2 

5.431.3 

-3 






50.057 

49,257 

-1.6 


647.6 
634.8 
-2.0 


371.023 

372.212 

+.3 


4,799.7 

4.796.5 

-.1 


432 
406 
-6.0 


5.6 


Percenl change 


5.2 
-7.1 


New York 


1990 
1991 


17,990,455 
18,058,000 


1,144,874 

1,127.651 

-1.5 


6.363.8 

6.244.6 

-1.9 






212,458 

210,184 

-M 


1.180.9 

1.163.9 

-1.4 


932,416 

917,467 

-1.6 


5.182.8 

5.080.7 

-2.0 


2.605 
2.571 
-1.3 


14.5 


Percent change 


14.2 
-2.1 




1990 
1991 


11,881,643 
11,961,000 


413.018 

425.638 

+3.1 


3,476.1 
3,558.5 

+2.4 






51,213 

53,824 

+5.1 


431.0 
450.0 

+4.4 


361,805 
371,814 

+2.8 


3.045.1 

3.108.6 

+2.1 


801 

758 

-5.4 


6.7 


Percent change 


6.3 
-6.0 



See footnotes at end of table. 



^n 



Table 4.— Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Division, and State, 1990- 


1991 














Forcible rape 


Robbery 


.Aggravated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny-theft 


Motor vehicle theft 


Arson^ 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rale per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


102,555 

10«,593 

+3.9 


41.2 
42.3 

+2.7 


639,271 

687,732 

+7.6 


257.0 

272.7 
+6.1 


1,054.863 

1,092,739 

+3.6 


424.1 
433.3 

+2.2 


3,073,909 
3,157,150 

+2.7 


1,235.9 

1,252.0 

+U 


7,945,670 
8,142,228 

+2.5 


3,194.8 

3,228.8 

+1.1 


1,635,907 

1,661,738 

+1.6 


657.8 
659.0 

+.2 






14,713 
14,748 

+.2 


29,0 
28.9 

-.3 


179,258 
179,276 


352.8 
351.7 

-.3 


186,167 
185,114 

-.6 


366.4 
363.1 

-.9 


518,500 
514,945 

-.7 


1,020.5 
1,010.2 

-1.0 


1,320,269 
1,324,463 

+.3 


2,598.5 
2,598.2 


415.498 
405,246 

-2.5 


817.8 
795.0 

-2,8 






3,970 
3,969 


30.1 
30.1 


22,679 
20.999 

-7.4 


171.7 
159.1 

-7.3 


43,599 
44,640 

+2,4 


3301 
338.3 

+2.5 


144,435 

145,551 

+.8 


1,093.6 

1,102.9 

+.9 


349,371 

343.096 

-1.8 


2,645.4 

2,599.8 

-1.7 


95,217 
94,514 

-.7 


721,0 
716,2 

-.7 






918 
960 

+4.6 


27.9 
29.2 
+4.7 


7,717 
7,384 
-4,3 


234.8 
224.4 
-4.4 


9,400 
9,230 
-1.8 


286,0 
2805 
-1.9 


40,355 

39,198 

-2.9 


1,227,7 

1,191.1 

-3,0 


94,485 

93,384 

-1,2 


2,874.4 

2,8376 

-1,3 


24,027 

26,188 

+9,0 


730.9 
795.7 
+8.9 






242 

270 

+ 11.6 


19.7 

21.9 

+ 11.2 


308 

280 

-9.1 


25.1 
22.7 
-9.6 


1,179 
1,066 
-9,6 


96.0 

86.3 

-101 


10,106 
11,146 
+ 10.3 


823.0 
902.5 

+9.7 


31.372 

31,737 

+ 1.2 


2,554.9 

2,569,8 

+,6 


2,169 
2,017 
-7,0 


176.6 
163.3 

-75 






2,030 
1,926 
-5.1 


33.7 
32.1 
-4.7 


13,062 
11,669 
-10.7 


217.1 
194.6 
-10.4 


28,965 

30.294 

+4,6 


481.4 
505.2 
+4.9 


66,942 

69,977 

+4.5 


1,112.7 

1,1671 

+4.9 


151,933 

149,930 

-1.3 


2,525,3 

2,500,5 

-1.0 


55,567 

55,083 

-,9 


923.6 

918.7 

-.5 






386 

330 

-14.5 


34.8 

29.9 

-14.1 


302 

365 

+209 


27.2 

33.0 

+21.3 


750 

583 

-22.3 


67.6 

52.8 

-21.9 


8,158 

8,126 

-,4 


735.5 
735.4 


28,111 

26,220 

-6,7 


2,534.2 

2.372.9 

-6,4 


2,707 
2,434 
-101 


244.0 
220.3 
-9.7 






248 

310 

+25,0 


24.7 

30.9 

+25.1 


1.224 
1,234 

+.8 


122.0 
122.9 

+.7 


2,814 
3,057 
+8.6 


280.4 
304.5 
+8.6 


12,755 
11,320 
-11,3 


1,271.1 
1,127.5 
-11.3 


27,046 

26,664 

-1.4 


2,695,3 

2,655.8 

-1.5 


9,577 
7.973 
-16,7 


954.4 
794.1 
-16.8 






146 

173 

+ 18.5 


25.9 
30.5 

+ 17,8 


66 

67 
+ 1,5 


11.7 
11.8 
+.9 


491 

410 

-16.5 


872 

72.3 

-17.1 


6,119 
5,784 

-5.5 


1.0873 

1,020,1 

-6.2 


16,424 

15,161 

-7,8 


2.918.5 

2,673.9 

-8.4 


1,170 

819 

-30,0 


207.9 
144,4 
-30.5 






10,743 

10,779 

+.3 


28.6 
28.5 
-.3 


156.579 

158.277 

+ 1.1 


416.4 

419.0 

+.6 


142,568 

140,474 

-1.5 


379.1 
371.8 
-1.9 


374,065 

369.394 

-1,2 


994.8 
977.8 
-1.7 


970,898 

981,367 

+ 1.1 


2,582.0 

2,597.7 

+.6 


320,281 

310,732 

-3,0 


851.8 
822.5 
-3.4 






2,307 
2.259 
-2.1 


29.8 
291 
-2.3 


23,269 

22,744 

-2.3 


301.0 
293.1 
-2.6 


24,049 

23,848 

-.8 


311.1 
3073 

-1.2 


78,628 
78,821 

+.2 


1,017.2 

1,015.7 

-.1 


219,767 
221.544 

+.8 


2,843.0 
2,854,9 

+,4 


72,628 

71,847 

-1,1 


9395 
925.9 

-1.4 






5,368 
5,085 
-5.3 


29.8 

28.2 
-5.4 


112,380 
112,342 


624.7 
622.1 

-.4 


92.105 
90.186 

-2.1 


512.0 
499.4 

-2.5 


208.813 

204.499 

-2,1 


1.160.7 
1,132.5 

-2,4 


536.012 

531.681 

-.8 


2,979.4 

2,944.3 

-1.2 


187,591 

181,287 

-3.4 


1,042,7 
1.003.9 

-3,7 






3,068 
3,435 
+ 12.0 


25.8 

28.7 

+ 11.2 


20,930 
23,191 
+ 10.8 


176.2 
193.9 
+ 10.0 


26,414 
26,440 

+.1 


222,3 

221,1 

-.5 


86.624 

86,074 

-.6 


729.1 
719.6 

-1.3 


215,119 

228,142 

+6,1 


1,810.5 
1,907,4 

+5.4 


60,062 

57,598 

-4.1 


505.5 
481.5 

-4.7 







61 



Table 4.— Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Division, and State, 1990-1991— Continued 



Area 


Year 


Population' 


Crime Index total 


Modified Crime 
Index total- 


Violent 


crime' 


Property 


crime' 


Murder and non- 
negligent manslaughter 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Midwest^' 


1990 
1991 


59,668.632 
60.225.000 


3.044,224 

3.165.948 

+4.0 


5,101.9 

5,256.9 

+3.0 






354,392 
380,051 

+7.2 


593.9 
631.1 
U.3 


2,689,832 

2.785.897 

+3.6 


4.507.9 

4.625.8 

+2.6 


4.165 
4,709 
+13.1 


7.0 


Percent change 


7J 
+11.4 


1990 
1991 


42,008.942 
42,414.000 


2,235,672 

2.324,958 

+4.0 


5.321.9 

5.481.6 

+3.0 






278,170 
298,719 

+7.4 


662.2 
704.3 
+6.4 


1.957.502 

2.026,239 

+3.5 


4.659.7 

4.777.3 

+2.5 


3,385 
3,754 
+ 10.9 


8.1 


Percent change 


8.9 
+9.9 


Illinois* 


1990 
1991 


11,430,602 
11,543,000 


678.416 

707.823 

+4.3 


5,935.1 

6,132.1 

+3.3 






110,575 

119,955 

+8.5 


967.4 
1,039.2 

+7.4 


567.841 

587.868 

+3.5 


4,967.7 
5,092.9 

+2.5 


1.182 
1.300 
+ 10.0 


10.3 




11.3 
+9.7 




1990 
1991 


5.544,159 
5,610,000 


259.651 

270.279 

+4.1 


4,683.3 

4,817.8 

+2.9 






26,275 

28,349 

+7.9 


473.9 
505.3 
+6.6 


233.376 
241,930 

+3.7 


4.209.4 

4.312.5 

+2.4 


344 

423 

+23.0 


6.2 




7.5 
+21.0 




1990 
1991 


9,295.297 
9,368,000 


557.232 

575,013 

+3.2 


5,994.8 

6,138.1 

+2.4 






73.468 

75,232 

+2.4 


790.4 
803.1 
+ 1.6 


483,764 

499.781 

+3.3 


5.204.4 
5.335.0 

+2.5 


971 
1.009 
+3.9 


10.4 


Percent change 


10.8 
+3.8 


Ohio 


1990 
1991 


10,847,115 
10,939,000 


525,373 

550,560 

+4.8 


4,843.4 

5,033.0 

+3.9 






54.904 
61.460 
+ 11.9 


506.2 
561.8 
+ 11.0 


470.469 

489.100 

+4.0 


4,337.3 

4,471.2 

+3.1 


663 

783 
+ 18.1 


6.1 


Percent change 


7.2 
+ 18.0 


Wisconsin 


1990 
1991 


4,891,769 
4,955,000 


215,000 
221.283 

+2.9 


4,395.1 

4,465.9 

+ 1.6 






12.948 

13,723 

+6.0 


264.7 
277.0 
+4.6 


202.052 
207.560 

+2.7 


4,130.4 

4.188.9 

+ 1.4 


225 
239 

+6.2 


4.6 


Percent change 


4.8 
+4.3 


West North Central' 


1990 
1991 


17,659,690 
17,811,000 


808.552 

840.990 

+4.0 


4,578.5 

4,721.7 

+3.1 






76,222 

81.332 

+6.7 


431.6 
456.6 
+5.8 


732.330 
759.658 

+3.7 


4.146.9 
4,265.1 

+2.9 


780 
955 

+22.4 


4.4 




5.4 

+22.7 


jowa' 


1990 
1991 


2,776,755 
2,795,000 


113,871 
115,546 

+ 1.5 


4,100.9 
4,134.0 

+.8 






8.321 

8.477 
+ 1.9 


299.7 
303.3 

+ 1.2 


105.550 
107,069 

+ 1.4 


3,801.2 
3,830.7 

+.8 


54 

57 

+5.6 


1.9 




2.0 
+5.3 




1990 
1991 


2,477,574 
2,495.000 


128,664 
138,081 

+7.3 


5,193.1 

5,534.3 

+6.6 






11.093 
12.465 
+ 12.4 


447.7 
499.6 
+ 11.6 


117,571 

125.616 

+6.8 


4.745.4 

5.034.7 

+6.1 


98 

153 

+56.1 


4.0 


Percent change 


6.1 

+52.5 




1990 
1991 


4,375,099 
4,432,000 


198,577 

199,274 

+.4 


4,538.8 

4,496.3 

-.9 






13.392 

14,006 

+4.6 


306.1 
316.0 

+3.2 


185.185 
185.268 


4.232.7 

4.180.2 

-1.2 


117 

131 

+ 12.0 


2.7 


Percent change 


3.0 
+ 11.1 


Missouri 


1990 
1991 


5,117.073 
5,158,000 


262,024 

279,340 

+6.6 


5,120.6 

5,415.7 

+5.8 






36,602 
39,358 

+ 7.5 


715.3 
763.0 

+6.7 


225.422 
239.982 

+6.5 


4.405.3 

4,652.6 

+5.6 


449 

543 

+20.9 


8.8 




10.5 
+ 19.3 


Nebraska 


1990 
1991 


1.578.385 
1.593.000 


66,499 
69.361 

+43 


4.213.1 
4.354.1 

+3.3 






5.209 
5.330 

+2.3 


330.0 
3346 
+ 1.4 


61.290 
64.031 

+4.5 


3,883.1 
4,019.5 

+3.5 


43 

52 

+20.9 


2.7 


Percent change 


3.3 
+22.2 


North Dakota 


1990 
1991 


638.800 
635.000 


18.668 

17.741 

-5.0 


2.922.4 

2.793.9 

-4.4 






472 

415 

-12,1 


73.9 

65.4 

-11.5 


18.196 

17,326 

-4.8 


2,848.5 

2,728.5 

-4.2 


5 

7 
+40.0 


.8 


Percent change 


1.1 

+37.5 




1990 
1991 


696.004 
703.000 


20,249 

21,647 

+6.9 


2.909.3 
3.079.2 

+5.8 






1.133 
1.281 
+ 13.1 


162.8 
182.2 
+ 11.9 


19.116 
20.366 

+6.5 


2,746.5 
2,897.0 

+5.5 


14 

12 

-M.3 


2.0 


Percent change 


1.7 
-15.0 



See footnotes at end of table. 



62 



r«ble 4.— Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Division, and State, 1990- 


1991— Continued 












Forcible rape 


Robbery 


Aggravated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny-theft 


Motor vehicle theft 


Arson- 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 

100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 

100.000 


Number 


Rate per 

100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


25,393 

27J73 
+7J 


42.6 

45.5 
+6.8 


118,450 

134,431 

+13.5 


198.5 

223.2 
+ 12.4 


206.384 
213,538 

+3.5 


345.9 
354.6 

+2.5 


586,804 
624.318 

U.4 


983.4 
1,036.6 

+5.4 


1,804.238 

1,856.382 

+2.9 


3.023.8 

3.082.4 

+ 1.9 


298,790 

305,197 

+2.1 


500.7 
506.8 
+ 1.2 






19.905 

21,312 

+7 J 


47.4 
50.2 
+5.9 


98.374 

111,380 

+ 13.2 


234.2 
262.6 
+ 12.1 


156,506 

162,273 

+3.7 


372.6 
382.6 

+2.7 


423.408 

447.888 

+5.8 


1.007.9 

1.056.0 

+4.8 


1.296.353 

1,336,594 

+3.1 


3,085,9 

3,151.3 

+2.1 


237,741 

241,757 

+ 1.7 


565,9 
570.0 

+.7 






4,505 
4,615 

+2,4 


39.4 
40.0 

+ 1.5 


45.038 
52.653 
+ 16.9 


394.0 
456.1 
+ 15.8 


59.850 

61.387 

+2.6 


523.6 
531.8 
+ 1.6 


121,506 

129.284 

+6.4 


1.063.0 
1,120,0 

+5,4 


372.862 
382,942 

+2.7 


3,262,0 

3,317,5 

+ 1,7 


73.473 

75.642 

+3.0 


642.8 
655.3 
+ 1.9 






2,103 
2,318 
+10.2 


37.9 
41.3 
+9.0 


5,619 
6,506 
+ 15,8 


101.3 
116.0 
+ 14.5 


18,209 

19,102 

+4,9 


328.4 
.340.5 

+3.7 


52,297 

54,814 

+4,8 


943,3 
977.1 
+3.6 


156.741 
161.039 

+2.7 


2,827,1 
2,870.6 

+ 1.5 


24,338 
26,077 

+ 7.1 


439.0 
464.8 
+5.9 






7,209 

7,372 
+2.3 


77,6 
78.7 
+ 1.4 


21,752 

22,790 

+4.8 


234.0 
243.3 
+4.0 


43,536 
44,061 

+ 1.2 


468.4 
470.3 

+.4 


106,275 

111,126 

+4,6 


1.143.3 

1.186.2 

+3.8 


311,153 
324,985 

+4.4 


3.347.4 

3.469.1 

+3.6 


66,336 

63,670 

-4.0 


713.7 
679.7 
-4.8 






5,075 
5,748 
+ 13.3 


46.8 

52.5 

+ 12.2 


20.451 
23.536 
+ 15.1 


188.5 

215.2 
+ 14.2 


28.715 

31.393 

+9.3 


264.7 
287.0 
+8.4 


106,575 

115,423 

+8,3 


982.5 
1.055.2 

+7.4 


310,673 
318,933 

+2.7 


2.864.1 

2.915.6 

+ 1.8 


53,221 

54,744 

+2.9 


490.6 
500.4 
+2.0 






1,013 
1,259 
+24 3 


20.7 
25.4 

+22.7 


5.514 
5.895 
+6,9 


112.7 
119.0 

+5.6 


6.196 
6.330 

+2.2 


1267 

127.7 
+.8 


36,755 

37,241 

+ 1.3 


751.4 
751.6 


144,924 
148,695 

+2.6 


2.962.6 

3.000.9 

+ 1-3 


20.373 
21.624 

+6.1 


416.5 
436.4 
+4.8 












5,488 
6,061 
+104 


31.1 
34.0 
+9.3 


20,076 
23,051 
+ 14.8 


113.7 
129.4 
+ 13.8 


49.878 

51.265 

+2.8 


282.4 
287.8 
+ 1.9 


163.396 

176.430 

+8.0 


925.2 
990.6 

+7.1 


507,885 
519,788 

+2.3 


2,8760 

2,918,4 

+ 1.5 


61.049 

63.440 

+3.9 


345.7 
356.2 
+3.0 






510 

583 

+ 14.3 


18.4 

20.9 

+ 13.6 


1,089 

1,257 
+ 15,4 


39.2 

45.0 

+ 14.8 


6.668 
6.580 
-1.3 


240.1 
235.4 
-2.0 


22.448 

23.267 

+3.6 


808.4 
832.5 
+3.0 


78.384 
79,030 

+,8 


2,822,9 

2,827,5 

+.2 


4.718 
4.772 
+ 1.1 


169.9 
170.7 

+.5 






1,002 
1,118 
+ 11.6 


40.4 

44.8 

+ 10.9 


2,914 
3,453 
+ 18,5 


117.6 
138.4 

+ 17.7 


7,079 
7,741 
+9,4 


285.7 
310.3 
+8.6 


28,901 
32,601 
+ 12,8 


1.166.5 
1.306.7 
+ 12.0 


80,361 
84,258 

+4.8 


3,243,5 

3,377.1 

+4,1 


8.309 

8.757 
+ 5.4 


335.4 
351.0 

+4.7 






1,487 
1,762 
+ 18.5 


34.0 

39,8 

+ 17.1 


4,057 
4,345 
+7.1 


92.7 
98.0 

+5.7 


7,731 

7,768 

+,5 


176.7 

175.3 

-.8 


39,691 

37,832 

-4,7 


907.2 
853.6 
-5.9 


129,500 

131,330 

+ 1.4 


2.959.9 
2.963.2 

+.1 


15.994 
16.106 

+.7 


365.6 

363.4 

-.6 






1.663 

1,756 
♦56 


32.5 
.14.0 
+4.6 


11.073 
12.952 
+ 17.0 


216.4 
251.1 
+ 16.0 


23,417 

24,107 

+2,9 


457.6 
467.4 
+2.1 


54,536 
64,643 
+ 18,5 


1,065.8 

1,253,3 

+ 17,6 


143.287 
146.533 

+2.3 


2.800.2 
2.840.9 

+ 1.5 


27,599 
28,806 

+4,4 


539.4 
558.5 

+3.5 






473 
447 

-5.5 


30.0 
28.1 

-6.3 


807 
861 

+67 


51.1 
54.0 

+5.7 


3,886 
3,970 

+2.2 


246.2 
249.2 
+ 1.2 


11,424 

11,574 

+ 1,3 


723.8 
726.6 

+.4 


47.054 

49,071 

+4.3 


2.981.1 
3.080.4 

+3.3 


2,812 
3,386 
+20.4 


178.2 
212.6 
+ 19.3 






114 
116 

+ 1.8 


17.8 
18.3 
+2.8 


50 
51 

+2.0 


7,8 
8.0 

+2.6 


303 

241 

-20,5 


47.4 

38.0 

-19.8 


2,725 
2,367 
-13.1 


426.6 
372.8 
-12.6 


14.621 

14,154 

-3.2 


2,288.8 

2,229,0 

-2.6 


850 
805 
-5.3 


133.1 
126.8 

-4.7 






239 
279 

+ 16.7 


34.3 
39.7 

+ 15.7 


86 
132 

+53.5 


12.4 
18.8 

+51.6 


794 
858 

+8,1 


114.1 
122.0 
+6.9 


3.671 
4.146 
+ 12.9 


527.4 
589.8 
+ 11.8 


14,678 

15,412 

+5.0 


2.108,9 

2,192.3 

+4.0 


767 
808 
+ 5.3 


110.2 
114.9 

+4.3 







63 



Table 4.— Index of Crime: Regio 


1, Geographic Division, and State, 1990-1991— Continued 














Area 


Year 


Population' 


Crime Index total 


Modified Crime 
Index total- 


Violent 


crime' 


Property 


crime' 


Murder and non- 
negligent manslaughter 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rale per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


3oiith 


1990 
1991 


85,445,930 
86,916.000 


5,411,894 

5,576,968 

+3.1 


6,333.7 

6,416.5 

+1.3 






654,784 

693,615 

+5.9 


766J 
798.0 
+4.1 


4,757,110 

4,883,353 

+2.7 


5,567.4 

5,618.5 

+.9 


10.113 

10,517 

+4,0 


11.8 




12.1 

+2,5 


South Atlantic -- 


1990 
199: 


43.566.853 
44.421.000 


2,852.040 

2.925.235 

+2.6 


6.546.4 

6.585.2 

+.6 






373.322 

378.009 

+ 1.3 


8569 
851.0 

-.7 


2.478.718 

2.547.226 

+2.8 


5.689.5 

5.734.3 

+.8 


4,951 
5,050 
+ 1.9 


11.4 




11.4 




1990 
1991 


666.168 
680.000 


35.709 
39.912 
+ 11.8 


5.360.4 
5.869.4 

+9.5 






4,365 
4,857 
+ 11.3 


655.2 
714.3 
+9.0 


31.344 
35.055 
+ 11.8 


4.705.1 

5.155.1 

+9.6 


33 

37 
+ 12.1 


5.0 


Percent change 


5.4 
+8.0 




1990 
1991 


606,900 
598,000 


65.389 

64,393 

-1.5 


10.774.3 

10,768.1 

-.1 






14,919 

14,671 
-1.7 


2.458.2 

2.453.3 

-2 


50,470 

49,722 

-1.5 


8.316.0 
8,314.7 


472 
482 
+2.1 


77.8 


Percent change 


80.6 
+3.6 


Florida 


1990 
1991 


12.937,926 
13,277,000 


1,139.934 

1,134,813 

-.4 


8,810.8 

8,547.2 

-3.0 






160,990 

157,243 

-2.3 


1.244.3 

1,184.3 

-4.8 


978,944 

977,570 

-.1 


7,566.5 
7.362.9 

-2.7 


1,379 
1,248 
-9.5 


10.7 


Percent change 


9.4 
-12.1 


Georgia 


1990 
1991 


6,478,216 
6,623,000 


438,161 

430,059 

-1.8 


6.763.6 

6.493.4 

-4.0 






48,996 
48,894 

-.2 


756.3 
738.2 
-2.4 


389,165 

381,165 

-2.1 


6.007.3 

5.755.2 
-4.2 


767 

849 

+ 10.7 


11.8 




12.8 
+8.5 




1990 
1991 


4.781,468 
4.860.000 


278,782 

301.768 

+8.2 


5.830.5 

6,209.2 

+6.5 






43,940 

46,469 

+5.8 


919.0 
956.2 
+4.0 


234,842 

255.299 

+8.7 


4,911.5 

5.253.1 

+ 7.0 


552 
569 

+3.1 


11.5 




11.7 
+ 1.7 




1990 
1991 


6.628.637 
6.737,000 


363.638 

396,723 

+9.1 


5,485.9 
5,888.7 

+7.3 






41,332 

44,355 

+7.3 


623.5 
658.4 
+5.6 


322.306 

352.368 

+9.3 


4.862.3 

5.230.3 

+7.6 


711 
769 

+8.2 


10.7 


Percent change 


11.4 
+65 




1990 
1991 


3,486,703 
3,560,000 


210,779 

219,980 

+4.4 


6,045.2 
6,179.2 

+2.2 






34.050 
34.621 

+ 1.7 


976.6 

972.5 

-.4 


176.729 

185,359 

+4.9 


5,068.7 
5,206.7 

+2.7 


390 
402 

+3.1 


11.2 


Percent change 


11.3 

+.9 




1990 
1991 


6,187,358 
6,286,000 


274,757 

289,619 

+5.4 


4,440.6 

4,607,4 

+3.8 






21.694 

23.459 

+8.1 


350.6 
373.2 
+6.4 


253.063 
266.160 

+5.2 


4,090.0 

4,234.2 

+3.5 


545 

583 

+7.0 


8.8 




9.3 

+5.7 


West Virginia 


1990 
1991 


1,793,477 
1,801,000 


44,891 

47,968 

+6.9 


2,503.0 

2,663.4 

+6.4 






3,036 
3,440 
+ 13.3 


169.3 
191.0 
+ 12.8 


41.855 

44.528 

+6.4 


2,333.7 

2,472.4 

+5.9 


102 
111 

+8.8 


5.7 


Percent change 


6.2 
+8.8 




1990 
1991 


15,176,284 
15,347,000 


666,105 

719,305 

+8.0 


4.389.1 

4.686.9 

+6.8 






84,472 
96,820 
+ 14.6 


556.6 
630.9 
+ 13.3 


581.633 

622.485 

+7.0 


3,832.5 

4.056.1 

+5.8 


1,555 
1.601 
+3.0 


10.2 




10.4 
+2.0 




1990 
1991 


4,040,587 
4,089,000 


198,604 

219,400 

+ 10.5 


4.915.2 

5.365.6 

+9.2 






28,630 
34,518 
+20.6 


708.6 
844.2 
+ 19.1 


169.974 

184.882 

+8.8 


4.206.7 
4.521.4 

+7.5 


467 
469 

+.4 


11.6 




11.5 
-.9 




1990 
1991 


3,685,296 
3,713,000 


121,594 
124,692 

+2.5 


3,299.4 

3.358.3 

+ 1.8 






14,386 
16.262 
+ 13.0 


390.4 
438.0 

+ 12.2 


107.208 
108.430 

+ 1.1 


2.909.1 
2.920.3 

+.4 


264 
253 
-4.2 


7.2 


Percent change 


6.8 
-5.6 




1990 
1991 


2,573.216 
2.592.000 


99,561 

109.402 

+9.9 


3.869.1 

4.220.8 

+9.1 






8.758 
10.085 

+ 15.2 


340.4 
389.1 
+ 14.3 


90.803 

99.317 

+9.4 


3.528.8 

3,831.7 

+8.6 


313 
332 
+6.1 


12.2 


Percent change 


12.8 
+4.9 




1990 
1991 


4.877,185 
4.953.000 


246.346 

265.811 

+79 


5.051.0 

5.366.7 

+63 






32.698 
35.955 
+ 10.0 


670.4 
725.9 
+8.3 


213,648 
229,856 

+7.6 


4,380.6 

4,640.7 

+ 5.9 


511 

547 
+ 7.0 


10.5 


Percent change 


11.0 

+4.8 


West South Central 


1990 
1991 


26.702,793 
27,147,000 


1.893.749 

1.932,428 

+2.0 


7.092.0 
7,118.4 

+.4 






196,990 

218.786 

+ 11.1 


737.7 
805.9 
+9.2 


1,696,759 

1,713,642 

+ 1.0 


6,354.2 
6,312.5 

-.7 


3,607 
3,866 

+7.2 


13.5 


Percent change 


14.2 
+5.2 


Arkansas 


1990 
1991 


2,350,725 
2.372.000 


114,408 

122,749 

+7.3 


4,866.9 

5.174.9 

+6.3 






12.511 
14,072 
+ 12.5 


532.2 
593.3 
+ 11.5 


101,897 
108,677 

+6.7 


4,334.7 
4.581.7 

+5.7 


241 

264 

+9.5 


10.3 


Percent change 


11.1 

+7.8 




1990 
1991 


4.219.973 
4.252,000 


273,736 

273,170 

-.2 


6.486.7 

6.424.5 

-1.0 






37.914 
40.438 

+6.7 


898.4 
951.0 
+5.9 


235,822 

232,732 

-1.3 


5.588.2 

5.473.5 

-2.1 


724 
720 
-.6 


17.2 


Percent change 


16.9 

-1.7 




1990 
1991 


3,145,585 
3,175,000 


176,111 
179,982 

+2.2 


5.598.7 
5.668.7 

+ 1.3 






17.222 

18,533 

+7.6 


547.5 
583.7 
+6.6 


158.889 

161,449 

+ 1.6 


5.051.2 
5.085.0 

+.7 


253 

230 

-9.1 


8.0 




7.2 
-10.0 


Texas 


1990 
1991 


16,986,510 
17,349,000 


1,329.494 

1,356.527 

+2.0 


7.826.8 

7,819.1 

-.1 






129.343 
145.743 

+ 12.7 


761.4 
840.1 
+ 10.3 


1,200,151 

1,210,784 

+.9 


7.065.3 

6.979.0 

-1.2 


2,389 
2.652 
+ 11.0 


14.1 


Percent change 


15.3 

+8.5 



See footnotes at end of table. 



64 



Fable 4. — Index of Crime: Region, Geograpliic Division, and State, 1990- 


1991— Continued 












Forcible rape 


Robbery 


Aggravated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny-theft 


Motor vehicle theft 


Arson' 


Number 


Rale per 
100,000 


Number 


Rale per 
100,000 


Number 


Rale per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rale per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


38,776 

39,364 

+1.5 


45.4 

45.3 
-.2 


202,626 
218,628 

+7.9 


237,1 
251,5 
+6,1 


403,269 
425,106 

+5,4 


472.0 
489.1 
+3,6 


1,280,258 
1,302,314 

+1.7 


1,498.3 
1,498.4 


2,965,926 

3,057,308 

+3.1 


3,471,1 

3,517.5 
+1.3 


510,926 
523,731 

+2.5 


598,0 

602.6 

+.8 






19,8,11 

19,419 

-2.0 


45.5 
43.7 
-4.0 


120,553 
126,869 

+5.2 


276.7 
285.6 

+3.2 


228,007 

226,671 

-,6 


523.3 
510.3 
-2.5 


664,383 

669,996 

+.8 


1.525.0 

1,508.3 

-1.1 


1,563,565 

1,628,120 

+4,1 


3,588.9 

3,665.2 

+2.1 


250.770 

249,110 

-.7 


575.6 
560.8 
-2.6 






587 
588 

+.2 


88.1 
86.5 
-1.8 


1.098 
1.460 
+33.0 


164.8 
214.7 
+30.3 


2,647 

2,772 
+4.7 


397.3 
407.6 
+2.6 


6,465 
7,668 
+ 18.6 


970.5 
1,127.6 
+ 16.2 


21,922 
24,836 
+ 13,3 


3,290.8 

3,652,4 

+ 11.0 


2,957 
2,551 
-13.7 


443.9 
375.1 
-15.5 






303 

214 
-29.4 


49.9 

35.8 

-28.3 


7,365 
7,269 
-1.3 


1,213,5 
1.215.6 

+.2 


6,779 
6,706 
-1,1 


1,117.0 
1.121.4 

+.4 


12,035 

12,405 

+3,1 


1,983.0 

2,074.4 

+4.6 


30,326 

29,182 

-3.8 


4,996,9 

4,879.9 

-2.3 


8.109 

8,135 

+,3 


1,336,1 

1,360,4 

+ 1,8 






6,781 
6,865 
+ 1.2 


52.4 


53.928 

53.083 

-1.6 


416.8 
399.8 
-4.1 


98,902 

96,047 

-2.9 


764.4 

723.4 
-5.4 


280,832 
266,313 

-5.2 


2.170.6 

2,005.8 

-7.6 


591,210 
607,222 

+2,7 


4,569.6 

4.573.5 

+.1 


106,902 
104,035 

-2.7 


826,3 
783.6 
-5.2 






3,472 
2.800 
-19.4 


53.6 

42.3 

-21.1 


17,067 

17,762 

+4.1 


263.5 
268.2 
+ 1.8 


27.690 

27,483 

-.7 


427.4 
415.0 
-2.9 


104,905 
100,317 

-4.4 


1.619.4 

1.514.7 

-6.5 


240,623 

240,359 

-,1 


3,714.3 

3.629.2 

-2.3 


43,637 
40,489 

-7,2 


673.6 
611.3 
-9.2 






2.185 
2.229 
+2.0 


45.7 
45.9 

+.4 


17.394 
19.783 
+ 13.7 


363.8 
407.1 
+ 11.9 


23.809 
23,888 

+.3 


497.9 
491.5 
-1.3 


53,549 

56,258 

+5.1 


1,119.9 

1,157.6 

+3.4 


147,407 

163,524 

+ 10.9 


3,082.9 

3.364.7 

+9.1 


33,886 
35,517 

+4.8 


708.7 
730.8 

+3.1 






2.272 
2.331 
+2.6 


34.3 
34,6 
+.9 


10.082 
11.990 
+ 18.9 


152.1 
178.0 
+ 17.0 


28.267 

29.265 

+3.5 


426.4 
434.4 
+ 1.9 


101,444 
114,009 

+ 12,4 


1,530.4 
1.692.3 
+ 10.6 


202,059 

218,192 

+8,0 


3.048.3 

3.238,7 

+6.2 


18.803 
20.167 

+7.3 


2837 
299.3 

+5.5 






1,873 
2,098 

+ 12.0 


53.7 
58.9 
+9.7 


5.313 
6.092 
+ 14.7 


152.4 
171.1 
+ 12.3 


26,474 

26,029 

-1.7 


759.3 
731.2 

-3.7 


48,132 

51,793 

+7.6 


1.380.4 

1.454.9 

+5.4 


115,144 

119,784 

+4.0 


3.302.4 

3.364.7 

+ 1.9 


13,453 

13,782 

+2.4 


385.8 
387.1 

+.3 






1.915 
1.879 
-1,9 


31.0 
29.9 
-3.5 


7.626 
8,651 
+ 13.4 


123.3 
137.6 
+ 11.6 


11.608 

12,346 

+6.4 


187.6 
196.4 

+4.7 


45,236 

49,224 

+8.8 


731.1 
783.1 

+7.1 


187.564 
195.652 

+4.3 


3.031.4 
3.112.5 

+2.7 


20.263 

21.284 

+ 5.0 


327.5 
338.6 
+3.4 






423 
415 
-1.9 


23.6 
23.0 

-2.5 


680 

779 

+ 14.6 


37.9 

43.3 

+ 14.2 


1,831 
2,135 
+ 16.6 


102.1 
118.5 
+ 16.1 


11,785 
12,009 

+ 1,9 


657.1 
666.8 

+ 1,5 


27,310 
29,369 

+7.5 


1.522.7 
1.630.7 

+71 


2,760 
3,150 

+ 14.1 


153.9 
174.9 
+ 13.6 






5.936 
6,268 
+5.6 


39.1 
40.8 
+4.3 


19.892 
22.888 
+ 15.1 


131.1 
149.1 
+ 13.7 


57,089 
66,063 

+ 15.7 


376.2 
430.5 
+ 14.4 


166,691 

183,581 

+ 10.1 


1.098.4 

1.196.2 

+8.9 


360,323 

378,264 

+5.0 


2.374.3 

2.464.7 

+3.8 


54,619 
60,640 
+ 11,0 


359.9 
395.1 
+9.8 






1,319 
1,455 

+ 10.3 


32.6 
35.6 

+9.2 


5,805 
6,246 

+7.6 


143.7 
152.8 
+6.3 


21,039 
26,348 

+25.2 


520.7 
644.4 
+23.8 


44,585 
51.873 
+ 16.3 


1,103.4 
1,268.6 
+ 15.0 


111.336 

118.151 

+6.1 


2,755.4 

2,889.5 

+4.9 


14,053 
14,858 

+5,7 


347.8 
363.4 

+4.5 






1.068 
1.315 
+23.1 


29.0 
35.4 

+22.1 


2,545 
3.084 
+21.2 


69.1 

83.1 

+20.3 


10,509 
11,610 
+ 10.5 


285.2 
312.7 
+9.6 


28,264 

29,576 

+4.6 


766.9 
796.6 
+3.9 


71.594 

70,885 

-1.0 


1.942.7 
1.909.1 

-1.7 


7,350 
7,969 
+8.4 


199.4 
214.6 
+7.6 






1,134 
1,199 

+5.7 


44.1 
46.3 
+5.0 


2,217 
3,015 
+36.0 


86.2 
116.3 
+34.9 


5,094 
5,539 

+8.7 


198.0 
213.7 
+7.9 


32,196 
34,524 

+7.2 


1,251.2 

1,331.9 

+6.4 


53,266 

57,373 
+7,7 


2,070.0 

2.213.5 

+6.9 


5.341 
7,420 
+38.9 


207.6 
286.3 
+37.9 






2,415 
2.299 
-4.8 


49.5 
46.4 
-6.3 


9.325 
10.543 
+ 13.1 


191.2 
212.9 
+ 11.3 


20,447 
22,566 
+ 10.4 


419.2 
455.6 

+8.7 


61,646 
67,608 

+9.7 


1,264.0 

1,365.0 

+8.0 


124,127 

131,855 

+6.2 


2,545.1 

2,662,1 

+4,6 


27,875 

30,393 

+9,0 


571.5 
613.6 

+7.4 






13,029 

13,677 

+ 5.0 


48.8 
50,4 

+ 3,3 


62,181 
68,871 
+ 10.8 


232.9 
253.7 
+8.9 


118,173 

132,372 

+ 12.0 


442.5 
487.6 
+ 10.2 


449,184 

448,737 

-.1 


1,682.2 
1,653,0 

-1,7 


1.042.038 

1.050.924 

+.9 


3,902.4 

3.871.2 

-.8 


205,537 

213,981 

+4,1 


769.7 
788.2 

+2.4 






1,019 
1,058 
+3.8 


43.3 
44.6 
+3.0 


2.661 
3.217 
+20.9 


113.2 
135.6 
+ 19.8 


8.590 
9,533 
+ 11.0 


365,4 
401.9 
+ 10.0 


28,464 
29,093 

+2.2 


1,210.9 

1.226.5 

+ 1.3 


66.630 

71,487 

+7.3 


2,834.4 

3,013,8 

+6.3 


6,803 
8,097 
+ 19,0 


289.4 
341.4 
+ 18.0 






1,781 
1,738 

-2.4 


42.2 
40.9 
-3.1 


11.387 
11,860 

+4.2 


269.8 
278.9 

+3,4 


24,022 
26,120 

+8.7 


569.2 
614.3 

+7.9 


60.677 

60.017 

-1.1 


1.437,9 

1,411.5 

-1.8 


149,752 

148,334 

-.9 


3,548.6 

3,488.6 

-1.7 


25,393 

24,381 

-4,0 


601.7 
573.4 

-4,7 






1.479 
1.615 

+9.2 


47.0 
50.9 

+8.3 


3.836 
4.094 

+6.7 


121.9 
128.9 

+5.7 


11.654 

12,594 

+8.1 


370.5 
396.7 

+71 


45.531 
46.934 

+3.1 


1.447.5 

1.478.2 

+2.1 


94,432 
96.842 

+2.6 


3,002,0 

3,050,1 

+ 1.6 


18,926 

17,673 

-6,6 


601.7 
556.6 

-75 






8,750 
9,266 

+5.9 


51.5 
53.4 

+3.7 


44,297 
49,700 

+ 12.2 


260.8 
286.5 
+9.9 


73,907 
84,125 
+ 13.8 


435.1 
484.9 
+ 11.4 


314.512 

312,693 

-.6 


1,851,5 
1,802,4 

-2.7 


731,224 
734,261 

+,4 


4,304,7 

4,232,3 

-1,7 


154,415 

163,830 

+6,1 


909.0 
944.3 
+3.9 







65 



Table 4. — Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Div 


ision, and 


State, 1990-1991— 


Continued 














Area 


Year 


Population' 


Crime Index total 


Modified Crime 
Index total- 


Violent crime^ 


Property cnme' 


Murder and non- 
negligent manslaughter 




Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


West 


1990 
1991 


52,786,082 
54.060,000 


3.380,731 

3,501,900 

+3.6 


6.404.6 

6,477.8 

+1.1 






426.454 

454,688 

+4.6 


807.9 
841.1 
+4.1 


2.954,277 

3,047,212 

+3.1 


5,596.7 
5,636.7 

+.7 


4,801 
5,202 
+8.4 


9 1 


Percent change 


9.6 

+5.5 




1990 
1991 


13,658,776 
14,035,000 


856.148 
859,620 

+.5 


6,268.1 
6,124.8 

-2.3 






70,590 

76,304 

+8.1 


516.8 
543.7 

+5.2 


785.558 

783.316 

-.3 


5,751.3 

5,581.2 

-3.0 


817 

912 

+ 11.6 


60 


Percent change 


6.5 
+8.3 


Arizona 


1990 
1991 


3.665,228 
3,750,000 


289.140 

277.711 

-4.0 


7,888.7 

7.405.6 

-6.1 






23,911 

25,152 

+5.2 


652.4 
670.7 
+2.8 


265,229 

252,559 

-4.8 


7,236.4 

6,734.9 

-6.9 


284 
291 

+2.5 


7 7 


Percent change 


7.8 
+ 1.3 




1990 
1991 


3.294.394 
3,377,000 


199.434 

205.122 

+2.9 


6,053.7 
6,074.1 

+.3 






17,328 

18,887 

+9.0 


526.0 
559.3 
+6.3 


182,106 
186,235 

+2.3 


5,527.8 
5,514.8 

-.2 


138 
199 

+44.2 


4.2 


Percent change 


5.9 
+40.5 


Idaho 


1990 
1991 


1.006.749 
1.039.000 


40,845 
43,594 

+6.7 


4.057.1 

4,195.8 

+3.4 






2,776 
3,016 
+8.6 


275.7 
290.3 
+5.3 


38.069 

40,578 

+6.6 


3,781.4 

3,905.5 

+3.3 


27 

19 

-29.6 


2 7 


Percent change 


1.8 
-33.3 




1990 
1991 


799.065 
808.000 


35,975 
29,477 
-18.1 


4,502.1 

3,648.1 

-19.0 






1,273 
1.130 
-11.2 


1593 
1399 

-12.2 


34,702 
28,347 
-18.3 


4,342.8 

3,508.3 

-19.2 


39 

21 

-46.2 


49 


Percent change 


2.6 
-46.9 


Nevada 


1990 
1991 


1.201,833 
1.284.000 


72,874 
80,876 
+ 11.0 


6,063.6 

6.298.8 

+3.9 






7,222 
8,693 
+20.4 


600.9 
677.0 
+ 12.7 


65,652 

72.183 

+9.9 


5.462.7 

5.621.7 

+2.9 


116 

152 

+31.0 


97 


Percent change 


11.8 
+21.6 




1990 
1991 


1,515,069 
1,548,000 


101,269 
103,396 

+2.1 


6,684.1 

6,679.3 

-.1 






11,821 

12.922 

+9.3 


780.2 
834.8 
+7.0 


89,448 

90,474 

+ 1.1 


5,903.9 

5,844.6 

-1.0 


139 

163 

+ 17.3 


92 


Percent change 


10.5 
+ 14.1 


Utah 


1990 
1991 


1,722.850 
1,770,000 


97,512 

99,255 

+ 1.8 


5,659.9 

5.607.6 

-.9 






4.892 
5,077 
+3.8 


283.9 
286.8 
+ 1.0 


92.620 
94.178 

+ 1.7 


5,376.0 

5.320.8 

-1.0 


52 
52 


30 


Percent change 


2.9 
-3.3 




1990 
1991 


453,588 
460,000 


19,099 
20,189 

+5.7 


4.210.6 
4,388.9 

+4.2 






1,367 
1,427 
+4.4 


301.4 
310.2 
+2.9 


17,732 

18,762 

+5.8 


3,909.3 

4,078.7 

+4.3 


22 

15 

-31.8 


49 




3.3 

-32.7 










Pacific 


1990 
1991 


39,127,306 
40,025,000 


2,524,583 
2,642,280 

+4.7 


6,452.2 
6,601.6 

+2.3 






355,864 

378,384 

+6.3 


909.5 
945.4 
+3.9 


2,168,719 
2.263.896 

+4.4 


5,542.7 

5,656.2 

+2.0 


3,984 
4,290 

+7.7 


10.2 


Percent change 


10.7 
+4.9 


Alaska 


1990 
1991 


550,043 
570,000 


28,342 
32,499 

+ 14.7 


5,152.7 

5,701.6 

+ 10.7 






2,885 
3,499 
+21.3 


524.5 
613.9 
+ 17.0 


25.457 
29.000 
+ 13.9 


4,628.2 

5,087.7 

+9.9 


41 

42 

+2.4 


7.5 


Percent change 


7.4 
-1.3 


California 


1990 
1991 


29,760,021 
30,380,000 


1,965,237 
2,057,513 

+4.7 


6,603.6 

6,772,6 

+2.6 






311.051 
331,122 

+6.5 


1.045.2 
1.089.9 

+4.3 


1,654,186 

1,726,391 

+4.4 


5,558.4 
5,682.7 

+2.2 


3,553 
3,859 
+8.6 


11.9 


Percent change 


12.7 
+6.7 


Hawaii .. 


1990 
1991 


1,108.229 
1,135.000 


67,676 
67,764 

+.1 


6,106.7 
5,970.4 






3.113 

2,744 
-11.9 


280.9 
241.8 
-13.9 


64,563 
65,020 

+.7 


5,825.8 

5,728.6 

-1.7 


44 

45 

+2.3 


4.0 


Percent change 


4.0 


Oregon 


1990 
1991 


2,842.321 
2.922.000 


160,478 
168.165 

+4.8 


5.646.0 

5.755.1 

+ 1.9 






14,405 
14,795 

+2.7 


506.8 

506.3 

-.1 


146,073 

153,370 

+5.0 


5,139.2 

5,248.8 

+2.1 


108 

133 

+23.1 


3.8 


Percent change 


4.6 
+21.1 


Washington 


1990 
1991 


4.866.692 
5,018.000 


302.850 
316,339 

+4.5 


6.222.9 

6,304.1 

+ 1.3 






24.410 

26,224 

+7.4 


501.6 
522.6 
+4.2 


278.440 
290,115 

+4.2 


5,721.3 

5,781.5 

+ 1.1 


238 

211 

-11.3 


4.9 

4.2 

-143 










Puerto Rico' 


1990 
1991 


3,522,037 


124.371 
119,731 

-3.7 


3,531.2 






29,912 

28.145 

-5.9 


849.3 


94,459 

91.586 

-3.0 


2.681.9 


600 

817 
+36.2 


17.0 


Percent change 













'Populations are Bureau of the Census provisional estimates as of July I. N91 and are subject to change; 1990 are decennial census counts. 

^Although arson data are included in the trend and clearance tables. sufTicieni data are not available to estimate totals for this offense. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-thefl, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included 
for the property crime of arson. 

'Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of Slate Police were not in accordance with national 
UCR guidelines. The 1990 and 1991 forcible rape totals for Illinois were estimated using the national rate of forcible rapes when grouped by like agencies. See "OfTense Estimation," page 377 for 
details- 

'Data for 1991 were not available for the Stale of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 

'Includes offenses reported by the Zoological Police, 

The 1991 Bureau of Census population estimate for Puerto Rico was not available prior to publication; therefore, no population or rates per 100.000 inhabitants are provided. 

OfTense totals are based on all reporting agencies and estimates for unreported areas. 



66 



Table 4. — Index of Crime: Region, Geographic Division, and State, 1990-1991 — Continued 



Forcible rape 


Robber\ 


Aggravated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny-theft 


Motor vehicle theft 


Arson- 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 
100.000 


Number 


Rate per 
100,000 


Number 


Rate per 

100.000 


23,673 

25.108 

+6.1 


44.8 
46.4 
+3.6 


138.937 

155,397 

+11.8 


263.2 
287.5 
+9.2 


259,043 

268,981 

+3.8 


490.7 
497.6 
+1.4 


688,347 

715.573 

+4.0 


1.304.0 

1.323.7 

+1.5 


1,855,237 

1,904,075 

+2.6 


3,514.6 

3,522.2 

+.2 


410.693 

427.564 
+4.1 


778.0 
790.9 

+1.7 






5.777 
6.724 

+7.7 


423 
44,3 

+4,7 


14,866 

17,137 
+ 15.3 


108,8 

122,1 
+ 12,2 


49.130 

52.031 

+5.9 


359,7 
370,7 
+ 3.1 


175,692 
174,965 

-,4 


1.286,3 

1,246.6 

-3.1 


543,508 

539,426 

-,8 


3.979,2 

3,843,4 

-3,4 


66.358 

68,925 

+3.9 


485,8 
491,1 
+ 1,1 






1.500 
1.5W 
+60 


40,9 

42,4 
+ 3,7 


5.897 
6,215 

+ 5,4 


160.9 
165.7 
+3,0 


16,230 
17,056 

+ 5.1 


442,8 
454,8 

+2,7 


61.206 

60,281 

-1,5 


1,669,9 

1,607,5 

-3,7 


172,375 
159.987 

-7,2 


4,703,0 

4,266,3 

-9,3 


31,648 

32,291 

+2,0 


863,5 

861,1 

-3 






1,521 
1.588 
+4.4 


46,2 
47,0 

+ 1,7 


2.985 
3.628 
+21,5 


90,6 
107,4 
+ 18,5 


12,684 

13,472 

+6,2 


385,0 
398,9 
+3,6 


39,822 

39,117 

-1,8 


1,208,8 
1,158,3 

-4,2 


128.172 

132.717 

+3,5 


3.8906 

3,930,0 

+ 1,0 


14,112 

14,401 

+2,0 


428,4 

426,4 

-,5 






275 

300 

+9.1 


27,3 
28,9 

+5,9 


151 

215 

+42,4 


15.0 

20.7 

+38,0 


2,323 
2,482 
+6,8 


230,7 
238,9 
+3,6 


8,187 
8.582 

+4,8 


813.2 
826.0 
+ 1.6 


28.216 

30.143 

+6,8 


2,802.7 
2,901,2 

+3,5 


1,666 
1,853 
+ 11,2 


165,5 
178,3 

+ 7,7 






195 

160 

-17. g 


24,4 

19,8 

-18,9 


173 

150 

-13,3 


21,7 

18,6 

-14.3 


866 
799 

-7,7 


108,4 
98,9 
-8,9 


5.666 
4.231 
-25,3 


709,1 
523.6 
-26,2 


27.098 
22,449 
-17,2 


3.391,2 

2.778,3 

-18.1 


1.938 
1.667 
-14,0 


242,5 
206,3 
-14,9 






748 

848 

+ 13.4 


62,2 
66.0 

+6,1 


2,864 
4,012 
+40,1 


238,3 
312,5 
+31,1 


3,494 
3.681 

+ 5,4 


290.7 
286.7 
-1,4 


16,434 
18,026 

+9.7 


1,367,4 
1,403,9 

+2,7 


42,097 
45.781 

+8,8 


3.502.7 

3.565,5 

+ 1,8 


7.121 
8,376 
+ 17.6 


592,5 
652,3 
+ 10,1 






753 
Sll 

+ 7.7 


49,7 
52,4 

+5,4 


1,744 
1.862 
+6,8 


115,1 
120.3 

+4,5 


9,185 

10,086 

+9,8 


606,2 
651,6 

+7,5 


26.343 
26.672 

+ 1,2 


1.738,7 

1.723,0 

-.9 


58,004 

58,441 

+.8 


3,828,5 

3.775,3 

-1,4 


5,101 
5.361 
+5,1 


336,7 
346.3 
+2.9 






651 

808 

+24.1 


37,8 

45,6 

+20,6 


980 
976 
-,4 


56,9 
55,1 

-3,2 


3.209 
3.241 
+ 1,0 


186,3 
183,1 

-1,7 


15,172 

14,872 

-2,0 


880,6 
840,2 
-4,6 


73,352 
75,041 

+2,3 


4,257,6 

4,239,6 

-4 


4,096 
4,265 
+4.1 


237.7 
241.0 
+ 1,4 






134 

119 

-11.2 


29,5 

259 

-122 


72 
79 

+9,7 


15,9 

17,2 
+8,2 


1,139 
1.214 
+6,6 


251,1 
263,9 
+ 5 1 


2,862 
3.184 
+ 11,3 


631,0 
692,2 

+9,7 


14,194 
14,867 

+4,7 


3.129,3 
3.232,0 

+ 3,3 


676 
711 

+5,2 


149,0 
154,6 
+3,8 






P. 896 

18,884 

+5,5 


45,7 
47,2 
+3,3 


124,071 

138,260 

+ 11,4 


317,1 
345,4 
+8,9 


209.913 

216,950 

+3,4 


536,5 
542,0 
+ 1,0 


512,655 
540,608 

+5,5 


1.310,2 

1,350,7 

+3,1 


1,311,729 

1.364,649 

+4,0 


3,352,5 
3,409,5 

+ 1,7 


344,335 
358,639 

+4,2 


880,0 
896,0 
+ 1,8 






401 

523 

+30.4 


72,9 
91,8 

+25-9 


422 
645 

+52,8 


76,7 
113,2 

+47.6 


2,021 
2,289 
+ 13,3 


367,4 
401,6 
+9,3 


4.919 
5.582 
+ 13,5 


894.3 
979.3 

+9,5 


17.428 
20,375 
+ 16,9 


3,168,5 

3,574,6 

+ 12,8 


3.110 
3.043 

-2 2 


565,4 
533,9 
-5,6 






12.688 

12.896 

+ 1,6 


42.6 
42.4 
-.5 


112,208 

124.939 

+ 11,3 


377,0 
411,3 

+9,1 


182,602 
189,428 

+ 3,7 


613,6 
623,5 
+ 1,6 


400.392 

424,656 

+6,1 


1,345,4 

1,397,8 

+3,9 


951.580 

986,120 

+3,6 


3,197,5 

3,246,0 

+ 1.5 


302,214 
315,615 

+4.4 


1.015,5 
1.038,9 

+2,3 






360 

375 
+4,2 


32.5 
33.0 
+ 1.5 


1.013 
986 

-2,7 


91,4 
86,9 
-4,9 


1.696 
1,338 
-21,1 


153,0 
117,9 
-22,9 


13,611 

14,011 

+2,9 


1,228.2 
1,234.4 

+.5 


46,735 

47,195 

+ 1.0 


4,217.1 

4,158,1 

-1,4 


4,217 
3,814 
-9,6 


380.5 
336.0 
-11.7 






1,332 
1.561 

+ 17,2 


46.9 

53,4 

+ 13,9 


4,102 

4,387 
+6,9 


144,3 
150.1 

+4,0 


8.863 
8,714 
-1,7 


311,8 
298,2 
-4,4 


32,273 

34,363 

+6,5 


1.135,4 

1,176,0 

+3,6 


100.765 

105.145 

+4,3 


3,545,2 
3.598,4 

+ 1,5 


13,035 

1.1.862 

+6,3 


458,6 
474,4 
+3.4 






3.115 
3.529 
+ 13,3 


64,0 
70,3 
+9,8 


6,326 
7.303 
+ 15,4 


130,0 

145,5 
+ 11,9 


14,731 

15.181 

+3,1 


302,7 

302.5 

-1 


61,460 
61,996 

+,9 


1,262,9 

1,235.5 

-2,2 


195,221 

205,814 

+5,4 


4,011,4 
4,101,5 

+2,2 


21.759 
22,305 

+2,5 


447,1 

444,5 

-6 






426 
424 

-5 


12.1 


20,293 

20.003 

-1,4 


594,1 


7,963 
6,901 
-13 3 


226,1 


34,781 

33.649 

-3.3 


987,5 


39,795 
38,916 

-2.2 


1,129,9 


19,883 

19.021 

-4,3 


564,5 







67 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cinme' 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
ttieft 



Motor 
vehicle 
thel^ 



ALABAMA 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

ALASKA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

ARIZONA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

ARKANSAS 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

CALIFORNIA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
Slate Total 

Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2,756,875 




94.4% 


175,490 


100.0% 


180,576 


557,897 




93.6% 


26,558 


100.0% 


28,363 


774,228 




85.1% 


8,906 


100.0% 


10,461 


4.089,000 


219,400 



5,365.6 



234,571 




100.0% 


15,686 


148.677 




81.1% 


7,627 


100.0% 


9,401 


186.752 




100.0% 


7,412 


570,000 


32,499 



5,701.6 



2,853,517 




100.0% 


234,663 


483.956 




95.4% 


32,444 


100.0% 


34,021 


412,527 




87.2% 


7,873 


100.0% 


9,027 


3,750,000 


277,711 



7,405.6 



951,102 




100.0% 


75.669 


561,842 




99.3% 


33,625 


100.0% 


33,858 


859,056 




100.0% 


13,222 


2,372,000 


122,749 



5,174.9 



29,087,107 




99.9% 


2.001,699 


100.0% 


2,001,776 


542,460 




99.7% 


33.471 


100.0% 


33,586 


750,433 




100.0% 


22,151 


30,380.000 


2.057,513 



6,772.6 



27,642 
28,318 

4,406 
4,706 

1,272 

1,494 

34.518 

844.2 



1,669 



802 
989 



841 
3.499 



613.9 



21,449 

2,611 
2,738 

842 

965 

25.152 

670.7 



9,945 



3,004 
3,024 



1,103 
14.072 



593.3 



325.181 
325,191 

3,260 
3,271 

2,660 
331.122 

1,089.9 



147.848 
152,258 

22,152 
23,657 

7,634 

8,967 

184.882 

4,521.4 



14,017 



6.825 
8,412 



6,571 
29.000 



5,087.7 



213.214 

29,833 
31,283 

7,031 

8,062 

252.559 

6,734.9 



65,724 

30,621 
30,834 

12,119 
108.677 

4,581.7 



1,676,518 
1,676,585 



30,211 
30,315 



19,491 
1.726.391 



367 
376 

38 
41 

44 

52 

469 

11.5 



25 



7.4 



247 

22 
23 

18 

21 

291 



1.36 



70 
264 



5.682.7 



3,783 
3,783 



51 
3.859 



12.7 



1,155 
1,191 

141 
151 

96 

113 

1.455 

35.6 



264 



94 
116 



143 
523 



91.8 



1,329 

128 
134 

111 

127 

1,590 

42.4 



703 

212 
213 

142 
1,058 

44.6 



12.435 

12,435 



219 



242 
12.896 



42.4 



5,618 
5,714 

407 
435 

83 

97 

6.246 

152,8 



542 



29 
645 



113.2 



5,804 

332 
348 

55 

63 

6.215 

165.7 



2,550 

578 
582 

85 
3.217 

135.6 



124,185 
124,189 

575 

577 

173 
124.939 

411.3 



20,502 
21,037 

3,820 
4,079 

1,049 

1,232 

26,348 

644.4 



838 



644 

794 



657 
2.289 



401.6 



14,069 

2,129 
2,233 

658 

754 

17.056 

454.8 



6,556 

2,156 
2,171 

806 
9.533 

401.9 



184,778 
184,784 

2,442 
2,450 

2,194 
189.428 

623.5 



40,399 

41,787 

5,413 
5,781 

3,665 

4,305 

51.873 

1,268.6 



2,489 

1,035 
1,276 

1,817 
5,582 

979.3 



50,625 

5,856 
6,141 

3,066 

3,515 

60.281 

1,607.5 



16,649 

7,891 
7,946 

4,498 
29.093 

1,226.5 



409,700 
409,716 

7,233 
7,258 

7,682 
424.656 

1,397.8 



94,373 
97,072 

15,891 
16,970 

3,498 

4,109 

118.151 

2,889.5 



9,967 

5,049 
6,223 

4,185 
20,375 

3,574.6 



132,851 

22,158 
23,235 

3,402 

3,901 

159,987 

4,266.3 



43,466 

21,122 
21,269 

6,752 
71.487 

3,013.8 



954.386 
954.426 

20,923 
20,995 

10,699 
986.120 

3,246.0 



13,076 
13,399 

848 
906 

471 

553 

14,858 

363.4 



1,561 

741 
913 

569 
3,043 

533.9 



29,738 

1,819 
1,907 

563 

646 

32.291 

861.1 



5,609 



1,608 
1,619 



869 
8.097 



341.4 



312,432 
312.443 

2,055 
2,062 

1,110 
315.615 

1,038.9 



68 



Table 5. — Index of Crime, State, 1991 — Continued 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnmc-' 



Property 

cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
ihefl 



Motor 
vehicle 
then 



COLORADO 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

^ural ■- 

Area actually reporting ... 

>late Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

CONNECTICUT 

vletropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
rities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 
<urai 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

DELAWARE 

vletropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Titles outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting .... 

State Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA* 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Rural 

State Total 

Rale per 100.000 
mhabitanls 

FLORIDA 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

-Area actually reporting 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting 

Estimated totals 

Stote Totol 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2.746,232 
100.0% 
291.486 
100.0% 
339,282 
100.0% 
3,377,000 



3.011,961 




100.0% 


169,323 


90.420 




100.0% 


3,620 


188.619 




100.0% 


3.588 


3,291,000 


176,531 



451.139 




100.0% 


27,717 


74.723 




97.8% 


6,521 


100.0% 


6,666 


154.138 




100.0% 


5,529 


680,000 


39,912 



598,000 
100.0% 
NONE 
NONE 

598,000 



12.058.631 




99.9% 


1.072.558 


100.0% 


1,073,854 


303.623 




95.7% 


22,881 


100.0% 


23,909 


914.746 




99,1% 


36,711 


100,0% 


37,0.50 


13,277,000 


1,134,813 



174,619 
20.421 



10,082 
205,122 



6,074.1 



5.364.1 



5.869.4 

64,393 

64,393 

10,768.1 



8,547.2 



17.266 

1.006 

615 
18,887 

559.3 

17.124 

132 

505 
17,761 

5.39.7 

3.197 

665 
680 

980 
4,857 

714.3 

14.671 

14,671 

2,453.3 



148.922 
149,064 

3,047 
3,184 

4,949 

4.995 

157,243 

1.184.3 



157,353 
19,415 



9,467 
186,235 



5.514.8 



152.199 

3,488 

3,083 
158,770 

4,824.4 



24.520 

5.856 
5,986 

4,549 
35,055 

5,155.1 

49.722 

49,722 

8.314.7 



923.636 
924.790 

19,834 
20,725 

31,762 

32,055 

977,570 

7,362.9 



177 
9 



13 
199 



5.9 



181 



5 
187 



5.7 



482 

482 

80.6 



1.142 
1.143 

27 
28 

76 

77 

1,248 

9.4 



1,480 
69 



39 
1,588 



47.0 



911 
11 



38 
960 



29.2 



63 

64 

151 
588 

86.5 

214 

214 

35.8 



6.366 
6,371 

113 
118 

373 

376 

6,865 

51.7 



3.516 

90 

22 
3,628 

107.4 



12,093 
838 



541 
13,472 



398.9 



7.322 


8,710 


27 


93 


35 


427 


7,384 


9,230 


224.4 


280.5 


1.199 


1.600 


165 


435 


169 


445 


92 


727 


1,460 


2,772 


214.7 


407.6 


7,269 


6.706 


7,269 


6,706 


1,215.6 


1.121.4 


51.744 


89.670 


51.792 


89,758 


636 


2,271 


665 


2,373 


620 


3,880 


626 


3,916 


53,083 


96,047 


399.8 


723.4 



34.040 
2.886 



2,191 
39,117 



1,158,3 



37,204 

824 

1,170 
39,198 

1,191.1 



5.182 

995 
1,017 

1,469 
7,668 

1.127.6 



1 2.405 

12,405 

2,074.4 



248,888 
249,172 

4,986 
5,210 

11,822 

11,931 

266,313 

2.005.8 



110,234 

15,756 

6,727 
132,717 

3,930.0 

89,323 

2.449 

1.612 
93,384 

2.837.6 

17,212 

4,649 
4,752 

2,872 
24,836 

3,652.4 

29,182 

29,182 

4,879.9 



574,309 
575.071 

13.598 
14,209 

17,778 

17.942 

607,222 

4.573.51 



13,079 

773 

549 
14,401 

426.4 



25.672 

215 

301 
26,188 

795.7 

2.126 

212 
217 

208 
2,551 

375.1 

8,135 

8,135 

1,360.4 



100.439 

100.547 

1.250 
1.306 

2.162 

2.182 

104,035 

783.6 



69 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
tolal 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
crime^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
then 



GEORGIA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

HAWAII 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
State Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

IDAHO 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

ILLINOIS' 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

INDIANA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 

inhabitants 

See footnotes at end of table. 



4.306,716 




98.8% 


333,424 


100.0% 


336,699 


856,693 




94.1% 


53,666 


100.0% 


57,054 


1,459,591 




97.1% 


35,259 


100.0% 


36,306 


6.623.000 


430,059 



9,506,066 

99.9% 

100.0% 

1,054,740 

96.7% 

100.0% 

982,194 

1 00.0% 

11,543,000 



6,493.4 



856,432 




100.0% 


51,032 


37,949 




100.0% 


3,014 


240,619 




100.0% 


13,718 


1,135,000 


67,764 



5,970.4 



212,418 




100.0% 


9,702 


403,364 




99.9% 


24,653 


100.0% 


24,680 


423,218 




98.2% 


9,049 


100.0% 


9,212 


1,039,000 


43,594 



4,195.8 



707,823 

6.132,1 



3,841.536 




82.6% 


188,020 


100.0% 


215,085 


623.109 




73.9% 


24,654 


100.0% 


33,377 


1.145,355 




40.2% 


8,763 


100.0% 


21,817 


5.610,000 


270,279 



37,106 
37,358 

6,535 
6,947 

4,456 

4,589 

48,894 

738.2 



2,058 
114 



572 
2,744 



241.8 



639 

1,699 
1,701 

664 

676 

3.016 

290.3 



4,817,8 



119.955 

1,039.2 



21,044 
22,944 

1,889 

2,557 

1,144 
2,848 
28.349 

505.3 



296,318 
299,341 

47,131 
50,107 

30,803 

31,717 

381,165 

5,755.2 



48,974 

2,900 

13,146 
65,020 

5,728.6 



9,063 

22,954 
22,979 

8,385 

8,5.36 

40,578 

3,905.5 



531,726 
532.355 



40,669 
42,052 



13,461 
587.868 



5,092.9 



166,976 
192,141 

22,765 
30,820 

7,619 

18,969 

241,930 

4,312.5 



600 
603 

113 
120 

122 
126 
849 

12.8 



4.0 



6 
6 

10 
10 
19 

1.8 



1,266 
1,266 



23 

II 
1,300 

11.3 



290 
311 

15 
20 

37 

92 

423 

7.5 



2,127 
2,144 

337 
358 

289 

298 

2,800 

42.3 



275 
16 



84 
375 



33.0 



140 
140 

76 

77 

300 

28.9 



4,615 

40.0 



1,703 



104 
141 

116 

289 

2,318 

41.3 



15,597 
15,703 

1,432 
1,522 

522 

537 

17,762 

268.2 



860 
29 



97 
986 



86.9 



63 

118 
118 

33 

34 

215 

20.7 



52.064 
52,081 

490 
507 

65 
52,653 

456.1 



5,648 
6,001 

274 
371 

54 

134 

6,506 

116.0 



18,782 
18,908 

4,653 
4,947 

3,523 

3,628 

27,483 

415.0 



894 

68 

376 
1,338 

117.9 



490 

1.435 
1,437 

545 

555 

2,482 

238.9 



58,742 
58,771 

1,988 
2,056 

560 
61,387 

531.8 



13,403 
14,744 

1,496 
2,025 

937 
2.333 
19.102 

340.5 



74,572 
75,321 

12,114 
12,879 

11,768 

12,117 

100,317 

1,514.7 



9,905 
692 



3.414 
14,011 



1,234.4 



1,791 

3,773 
3,777 

2,961 
3,014 
8,582 

826.0 



115.747 
115,866 

8,207 
8,486 

4,932 
129,284 

1,120.0 



37,450 
42,822 

4,332 
5,865 

2,461 

6,127 

54,814 

977.1 



186,705 
188,663 

32,565 
34,621 

16,583 

17,075 

240,359 

3,629.2 



36,019 

2,068 

9,108 
47,195 

4,158.1 



6,839 

18,257 
18,277 

4,938 

5,027 

30,143 

2,901.2 



342,407 
342,857 

31,089 
32,146 

7,939 
382,942 

3,317.5 



108,704 
126,370 

17,368 
23,513 

4,481 

11,156 

161,039 

2,870.6 



70 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, Stale, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Violent 
cnme- 



Propenv 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglar\ 



Larceny- 
thcfl 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



IOWA' 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Estimated totals 

Rural ..; 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

KANSAS 
Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 
Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

KENTUCKY 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

LOUISIANA 

Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

MAINE 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated total 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 

inhabitants 

See rootnotes at end of table. 



1,230.892 
100.0% 
679,028 
100.0% 
885,080 
100.0% 
2.795,000 



72,854 
29,917 



12,775 
115,546 



4,1,14.0 



1.343.792 




99.6% 


93.957 


100.0% 


94.193 


690,647 




93.2% 


33.424 


100.0% 


35,864 


460,561 




98.9% 


7,935 


100.0% 


8,024 


2,495,000 


138,081 



5,534.3 



1,726,912 




99.9% 


80,035 


100.0% 


80.116 


595,795 




98.5% 


24.643 


100.0% 


25.029 


1,390,293 




99.0% 


19.354 


100.0% 


19.547 


3,713,000 


124,692 



3,358.3 



2,957,213 




92.9% 


217.191 


100.0% 


229,736 


435,085 




45.6% 


11,437 


100.0% 


25,077 


859,702 




55.2% 


10.139 


100.0% 


18,357 


4,252,000 


273,170 



6,424.5 



455.621 




100.0% 


21,737 


426,849 




99.3% 


17,113 


100.0% 


17,239 


352,530 




100.0% 


7,555 


1,235,000 


46,531 



3,767.7 



5,346 
2,195 



936 
8,477 



303.3 



9,407 
9,424 

2,267 
2,432 

602 

609 

12,465 

499.6 



9,351 
9,361 

3.237 
3,287 

3,578 
3,614 
16,262 

438.0 



31.796 
33,241 

1,523 
3,339 

2,131 

3.858 

40,438 

951.0 



924 



460 
463 



244 
1,631 



132.1 



67,508 

27,722 



11,839 
107,069 



3,830.7 



84,550 
84,769 

31,157 
33,432 

7,333 

7,415 

125,616 

5,034.7 



70,684 
70,755 

2 1 .406 
21.742 

15.776 

15.933 

108,430 

2,920.3 



185,395 
196,495 

9,914 
21.738 

8.008 

14,499 

232,732 

5,473.5 



20.813 



16,653 
16.776 



7,311 
44,900 



3,635.6 



2.0 



111 
111 

27 
29 

13 

13 

153 



98 
98 

26 
26 

128 
129 
253 

6.8 



626 
644 



30 

54 

720 

16.9 



368 
151 



64 
583 



20.9 



792 
794 

238 
255 

68 

69 

1,118 

44.8 



773 
773 

149 
151 

387 

391 

1.315 

35.4 



1,319 
1,401 

53 
116 

122 

221 

1,738 

40.9 



149 



44 
270 



21.9 



793 
325 



139 
1,257 



45.0 



3,181 
3,184 

233 
250 

19 

19 

3,453 

138.4 



2,605 
2,607 

307 
312 

163 

165 

3,084 

83.1 



10,989 
11,350 

136 
298 

117 

212 

11,860 

278,9 



213 



16 
280 



22.7 



4,149 
1,704 



727 
6,580 



235.4 



5.323 
5,335 

1.769 
1,898 

502 

508 

7,741 

310.3 



5,875 
5,883 

2,755 
2,798 

2,900 
2,929 
11,610 

312.7 



18,862 
19,846 

1,324 
2,903 

1.862 

.3,371 

26.120 

614.3 



553 



329 
331 



182 
1,066 



86.3 



14.670 
6,024 



2,573 
23,267 



832.5 



22.131 
22,175 

7,122 
7,642 

2,753 

2,784 

32,601 

1,306.7 



18.020 
18.036 

4,840 
4,916 

6,559 
6,624 
29,576 

796.6 



47,677 
50,317 

2,366 
5,188 

2,492 

4,512 

60,017 

1,411.5 



4,763 

3,098 
3,121 

3,262 
11.146 

902.5 



49,829 

20,462 

8,739 
79,030 

2,827.5 



55.187 
55,353 

22,976 
24,654 

4,204 

4,251 

84,258 

3,377.1 



47,548 
47,599 

15,185 
15,423 

7,785 

7.863 

70,885 

1,909.1 



115,426 
122,859 

7,313 
16,035 

5,214 

9.440 

148,334 

3,488.6 



15,042 



12,898 
12,993 



3.702 
31,737 



2,569.8 



3.009 
1,236 



527 
4,772 



170.7 



7.232 
7,241 

1,059 
1,136 

376 

380 

8,757 

351.0 



5,116 
5.120 

1,381 
1 ,403 

1,432 
1,446 
7,969 

214.6 



22,292 
23,319 

235 
515 

302 

547 

24,381 

573.4 



1.008 



657 
662 



347 
2.017 



163.3 



71 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State 


, 1991— Continued 
























Area 


Population 


Crime 
Index 

total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
cnme- 


Property 
cnme^ 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 
man- 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson' 












slaughter 
















MARYLAND 




























Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


4,511,809 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


285,792 




44,395 


241.397 


548 


2,097 


19,493 


22,257 


52.361 


154.105 


34.931 




Cities outside metropolitan areas .. 


87,231 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


8,945 




1,006 


7.939 


5 


45 


184 


772 


1.699 


5,934 


306 




Rural 


260,960 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


7,031 




1.068 


5.963 


16 


87 


106 


859 


2.198 


3,485 


280 




State Total 


4,860,000 


301,768 




46,469 


255,299 


569 


2,229 


19,783 


23.888 


56,258 


163,524 


35,517 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




6,209.2 




956.2 


5.253.1 


11.7 


45.9 


407.1 


491.5 


1,157.6 


3,364.7 


730.8 




MASSACHUSETTS 




























Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


5,451,138 


























Area actually reporting 


80.8% 


251,735 




36.473 


215.262 


227 


1,559 


10,563 


24,124 


54.241 


1 14,495 


46,526 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


292,313 




40.859 


251.454 


245 


1,726 


11,402 


27,486 


63.101 


135,506 


52,847 




Cities outside metropolitan areas .. 


532,718 


























Area actually reporting 


56.2% 


14,990 




1.823 


13,167 


2 


112 


149 


1,560 


3,843 


8,082 


1,242 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


26,692 




3.246 


23,446 


4 


199 


265 


2,778 


6,843 


14,391 


2,212 




Rural 


12,144 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


123 




33 


90 




1 


2 


30 


33 


33 


24 




State Total 


5,996,000 


319,128 




44,138 


274,990 


249 


1,926 


11,669 


30,294 


69,977 


149,930 


55,083 




Rate per 100,000 




inhabitants 




5,322.3 




736.1 


4.586.2 


4.2 


32.1 


194.6 


505.2 


1.167.1 


2.500.5 


918.7 




MICHIGAN 




























Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


7,508,176 


























Area actually reporting 


97.9% 


501,288 




69.553 


431.735 


960 


5,848 


22,334 


40,41 1 


92,936 


278,333 


60,466 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


510,363 




70.332 


440.031 


965 


5,922 


22,519 


40,926 


94,339 


284.343 


61,349 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 


706,535 


























Area actually reporting 


96.5% 


28,863 




1,682 


27,181 


9 


338 


145 


1,190 


4,296 


21.944 


941 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


29,906 




1.742 


28,164 


9 


350 


150 


1.233 


4,451 


22.738 


975 




Rural 


1,153,289 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


34,744 




3,158 


31,586 


35 


1,100 


121 


1,902 


12,336 


1 7,904 


1,346 




State Total 


9,368,000 


575,013 




75,232 


499,781 


1,009 


7,372 


22,790 


44,061 


111,126 


324,985 


63,670 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




6,138.1 




803.1 


5,335.0 


10.8 


78.7 


243.3 


470.3 


1,186.2 


3.469. 1 


679.7 




MINNESOTA 




Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


2,999,686 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


158.416 




12.524 


145,892 


105 


1,516 


4,262 


6,641 


29,030 


103.136 


13,726 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 


538,678 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


23,604 




783 


22.821 


14 


132 


59 


578 


3,248 


18.369 


1,204 




Rural 


893,636 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


17,254 




699 


16,555 


12 


114 


24 


549 


5,554 


9.825 


1,176 




Slate Total 


4,432,000 


199,274 




14,006 


185,268 


131 


1,762 


4,345 


7,768 


37,832 


131,330 


16.106 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




4,496.3 




316.0 


4,180.2 


3.0 


39.8 


98.0 


175.3 


853.6 


2.963.2 


363.4 




MISSISSIPPI 




























Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


781.431 


























Area actually reporting 


77.5% 


48,240 




4,308 


43,932 


112 


510 


1,860 


1,826 


15,306 


23.992 


4.634 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 
672.291 


54,200 




4.878 


49.322 


125 


671 


1,987 


2,095 


17,738 


26,547 


5,037 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 




Area actually reporting 


68.4% 


28,938 




2.278 


26,660 


74 


188 


551 


1,465 


7.735 


17,743 


1,182 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 
1.138.278 

33.2% 


42,286 
4,292 




3.329 
624 


38,957 
3.668 


108 

33 


275 
84 


805 

74 


2,141 
433 


11.303 
1,822 


25,927 
1,628 


1,727 
218 




Rural 




Area actually reporting 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 
2,592,000 


12,916 
109,402 




1.878 
10,085 


11,038 
99,317 


99 
332 


253 
1,199 


223 
3.015 


1,303 
5,539 


5,483 
34,524 


4,899 
57,373 


656 
7,420 




State Total 




Rate per 100,000 




















inhabitants 




4,220.8 




389.1 


3,831.7 


12.8 


46.3 


116.3 


213.7 


1,331.9 


2,213.5 


286.3 




Sec footnotes at end of table. 





























72 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Area 


Population 


Crime 
Index 

total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 

total' 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime' 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 
man- 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglar>' 


larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson' 












slaughter 
















MISSOURI 




























Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


3,414,492 


























Area actually reporting 


96.6% 


236,375 




35,512 


200,863 


471 


1.456 


12,566 


21,019 


53,284 


120,707 


26,872 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


240,812 




35,895 


204,917 


474 


1,483 


12,655 


21,283 


54,381 


123.334 


27,202 




Cities outside metropolitan areas .. 


490,539 


























Area actually reporting 


85.8% 


20,200 




1,503 


18,697 


10 


122 


173 


1,198 


3,465 


14,462 


770 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 

1,252,969 

63.4% 


23,539 
9,500 




1,752 
1,084 


21,787 
8,416 


12 
36 


142 
83 


202 
60 


1,396 
905 


4,038 
3,945 


16,852 
4.023 


897 
448 




Rural 




Area actually reporting 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


14,989 




1,711 


13,278 


57 


131 


95 


1,428 


6,224 


6,347 


707 




Slate Total 


5,1S8,000 


279.340 




39.358 


239.982 


543 


1.756 


12,952 


24.107 


64,643 


146,533 


28,806 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




5.415.7 




763.0 


4,652.6 


10.5 


34.0 


251. 1 


467.4 


1,253.3 


2,840.9 


558.5 




MONTANA 




Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


193,344 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


9,754 




263 


9,491 


9 


60 


59 


135 


1,392 


7,562 


537 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 


197,443 


























Area actually reporting 


66.4% 


6,447 




184 


6,263 


1 


12 


20 


151 


609 


5,332 


322 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


12,085 




426 


11,659 


8 


46 


56 


316 


1,353 


9,715 


591 




Rural 


417,213 


























Area actually reporting 


78.3% 


5,977 




344 


5,633 


3 


42 


27 


272 


1,163 


4,048 


422 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


7,638 




441 


7,197 


4 


54 


35 


348 


1,486 


5,172 


539 




State Total 


808,000 


29.477 




1.130 


28.347 


21 


160 


150 


799 


4,231 


22,449 


1.667 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




3,648.1 




139.9 


3,508.3 


2.6 


19.8 


18.6 


98.9 


523.6 


2,778.3 


206.3 




NEBRASKA 




Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


773,185 


























Area actually reporting 


100.0% 


45,961 




4,549 


41,412 


37 


323 


782 


3,407 


7,488 


31,500 


2,424 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 


386,474 




























99.8% 


16,977 




526 


16.451 


7 


71 


63 


385 


2,479 


13.331 


641 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


17,016 




5?7 


16,489 


7 


71 


63 


386 


2,485 


13,362 


642 




Rural 


433,341 
100.0% 


6,384 




254 


6,130 


8 


53 


16 


177 


1,601 


4,209 


320 




Area actually reporting 




Stale Total 


1,593,000 


69.361 




5.330 


64.031 


52 


447 


861 


3.970 


11,574 


49,071 


3,386 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




4,354.1 




334.6 


4,019.5 


3.3 


28.1 


54.0 


249.2 


726.6 


3.080.4 


212.6 




NEVADA 




Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


1,064,242 


























Area actually reporting 


95.0% 


71,265 




7,793 


63,472 


124 


756 


3,858 


3,055 


15,285 


40,299 


7,888 






100.0% 


74,467 




8,076 


66,391 


126 


809 


3.938 


3,203 


15,980 


42,318 


8,093 




Cities outside metropolitan areas . . 


38,810 


























Area actually reporting 


52.9% 


1,312 




68 


1,244 


") 


6 


11 


49 


335 


848 


61 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 

180,948 

49.4% 


2,479 
1,941 




129 
241 


2.350 
1,700 


4 
11 


11 
14 


21 
26 


93 
190 


633 
698 


1.602 
919 


115 

83 




Rural 




Area actually reporting 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


3,930 




488 


3,442 


22 


28 


53 


385 


1,413 


1,861 


168 




State Total 


1.284.000 


80.876 




8.693 


72.183 


152 


848 


4.012 


3,681 


18.026 


45.781 


8.376 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




6,298.8 




677.0 


5.621.7 


11.8 


66.0 


312.5 


286.7 


1,403,9 


3,565.5 


652.3 




NEW HAMPSHIRE 




Metropolitan Statistical 




























Area 


588,901 
99.2% 


24,013 




739 


23,274 


18 


166 


290 


265 


5,240 


16,174 


1,860 




Area actually reporting 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


24.175 




743 


23,432 


18 


167 


291 


267 


5,272 


16,287 


1,873 






337,240 


























Area actually reporting 


90.2% 


11,608 




436 


11,172 


11 


133 


56 


236 


2,195 


8,528 


449 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 
178,859 


12,866 




483 


12,383 


12 


147 


62 


262 


2,433 


9,452 


498 




Rural 




Area actually reporting 


94.5% 


999 




86 


913 


9 


15 


11 


51 


398 


455 


60 




Estimated totals 


100.0% 


1,057 




92 


965 


10 


16 


12 


54 


421 


481 


63 




State Total 


1.105.000 


38.098 




1.318 


36.780 


40 


330 


365 


583 


8.126 


26.220 


2.434 




Rate per 100,000 




























inhabitants 




3,447.8 




119.3 


3,328.5 


3.6 


29.9 


33.0 


52.8 


735.4 


2,372.9 


220.3 




See footnotes at end of table. 





73 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
tolal 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NEW JERSEY 
Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Rural 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

NEW MEXICO 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

NEW YORK 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 

inhabitants 

See footnotes at end of table 



7.760,000 
100.0% 
NONE 
NONE 

7,760,000 



421,469 

421,469 

5.431.3 



749,111 




73.4% 


50,521 


100.0% 


60,234 


472,295 




76.1% 


24,930 


100.0% 


32,777 


326.594 




56.3% 


5,842 


100.0% 


10.385 


1,548.000 


103,396 



6.679.3 



16,448,291 




99.5% 


1.071.812 


100.0% 


1.074,706 


691,300 




95.9% 


29,121 


100.0% 


30,363 


918,409 




100.0% 


22,582 


18,058.000 


1,127,651 



6,244.6 



3,819,505 




99.7% 


264,077 


100.0% 


265.095 


923,565 




94.1% 


75,408 


100.0% 


80,145 


1,993,930 




97.9% 


50.390 


100.0% 


51,483 


6,737,000 


396,723 



255,897 




99.4% 


10.925 


100.0% 


11.007 


144,110 




95.2% 


4.275 


100.0% 


4.491 


234.993 




93.0% 


2.087 


100.0% 


2.243 


635,000 


17,741 



2.793.9 



49.257 

49,257 
634.8 



6.398 
7.219 

2.833 
3.724 

1,114 

1,979 

12,922 

834.8 



205,634 
205,868 

2,203 
2,296 

2,020 
210.184 

1,163.9 



30.267 
30,375 

9,005 
9,571 

4,315 

4,409 

44,355 

658.4 



252 
253 

113 
119 

40 

43 

415 

65.4 



372,212 

372,212 

4,796.5 



44,123 
53,015 

22,097 
29,053 

4.728 

8.406 

90,474 

5.844.6 



866.178 
868,838 

26,918 
28,067 

20,562 
917,467 

5,080.7 



233,810 
234,720 

66,403 
70,574 

46,075 
47,074 
352,368 

5,230.3 



10.673 
10.754 

4.162 
4.372 

2.047 
2.200 
17,326 

2,728.5 



406 

406 

5.2 



57 
64 

23 
30 

39 
69 
163 

10.5 



2,534 
2,536 



27 
2.571 



14.2 



452 
452 

122 
130 

183 
187 
769 

11.4 



1.1 



2,259 

2,259 

29.1 



340 
438 

200 
263 

62 
110 
811 

52.4 



4,752 
4,763 

167 
174 

148 
5,085 

28.2 



1,651 
1,657 

313 
333 

334 

341 

2,331 

34.6 



88 



15 
16 

II 

12 

116 

18.3 



22,744 

22,744 
293.1 



1.401 
1,489 

214 
281 

52 

92 

1.862 

120.3 



111.918 
111.993 

240 
250 

99 
112.342 

622.1 



9,299 
9,331 

1,982 
2,106 

541 

553 

11.990 

178.0 



23,848 

23.848 

307.3 



4,600 
5,228 

2,396 
3,150 

961 

1,708 

10,086 

651.6 



86,430 
86,576 

1,788 
1,864 

1,746 
90,186 

499.4 



18,865 
18,935 

6,588 
7,002 

3.257 

3,328 

29,265 

434.4 



128 
129 

81 
85 

25 

27 

241 

38.0 



78,821 

78,821 

1,015.7 



13,014 
16,122 

5,321 
6,996 

1,999 

3,554 

26,672 

1,723.0 



191,643 
192,168 

4,918 
5,128 

7.203 
204,499 

1.132.5 



72.421 
72,669 

18,468 
19,628 

21,251 
21,712 
114.009 

1,692.3 



1,287 
1,295 

433 
455 

574 

617 

2.367 

372.8 



221,544 

221,544 

2,854.9 



28,076 
33,280 

15.940 
20.958 

2.364 
4.203 
58.441 

3.775.3 



494.966 
496,824 



21,323 
22,233 



12.624 
531,681 



2.944.3 



147,820 
148,438 

44,758 
47,569 

21,714 
22,185 
218.192 

3,238.7 



8,876 
8,945 

3,564 
3,744 

1,363 

1,465 

14,154 

2.229.0 



71,847 

71,847 

925.9 



3,033 
3.613 

836 
1,099 

365 

649 

5,361 

346.3 



179,569 
179,846 

677 
706 

735 
181,287 

1,003.9 



13,569 
13,613 

3,177 
3,377 

3,110 
3,177 
20,167 

299.3 



510 
514 

165 

173 

110 
118 
805 

126.8 



74 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Clime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
Clime' 



Property 



Murder 
and non- 
negltgent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
thefl 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



OHIO 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated lolals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

OKLAHOMA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
mhabilants 

OREGON 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

.Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
State Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

PUERTO RICO' 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Total 

See footnotes at end of table 



8,629,591 




86.5% 


444,353 


100.0% 


484,495 


862.244 




75.7% 


32.511 


100.0% 


42,937 


1.447.165 




63.1% 


14.598 


100.0% 


23.128 


10,939,000 


550,560 



5,033.0 



1.887,585 




99.9% 


133.511 


100.0% 


133.537 


659,218 




99.6% 


34,817 


100.0% 


34,967 


628.197 




100.0% 


11.478 


3,175,000 


179,982 



5,668.7 



2.001,243 




99.8% 


127,156 


100.0% 


127.385 


422.809 




96.3% 


26.601 


100.0% 


27.617 


497.948 




100.0% 


13.163 


2,922,000 


168.165 



5.755.1 



10,143,301 




97.5% 


379,774 


100.0% 


387,083 


767.270 




91.1% 


19,906 


100.0% 


21,841 


1.050.429 




100.0% 


16,714 


11.961,000 


425,638 



100.0% 
100.0% 



3.558.5 



106.845 



12,886 
119,731 



54,424 
57,301 

1,832 
2,420 

1,097 

1,739 

61,460 

561.8 



14.220 
14,221 



3,327 
3,341 



971 
18.533 



583.7 



12,707 
12.720 



1.170 
1.215 



860 
14.795 



506.3 



50,095 
50,758 



1,798 
1.973 



1,093 
53.824 



450.0 



25.982 



2.163 
28.145 



389.929 
427.194 

30,679 
40,517 

13,501 

21,389 

489,100 

4,471.2 



119.291 
119.316 



31.490 
31.626 



10.507 
161,449 



5.085.0 



114.449 
114.665 



25.431 
26.402 



12.303 
153,370 



5.248.8 



329.679 
336.325 



18,108 
19,868 



15.621 
371.814 



3.108.6 



80,863 



10.723 
91.586 



712 
736 

II 
15 

20 

32 

783 

7.2 



146 
146 



40 
230 



7.2 



4.6 



708 

712 



36 
758 



6.3 



762 



4,876 
5,205 

278 
367 

111 

176 

5,748 

52.5 



1.269 
1.269 



237 
238 



108 
1.615 



50.9 



1.228 
1.230 



167 
173 



158 
1.561 



3.015 
3.058 

143 
157 

220 
3,435 

28.7 



347 



77 
424 



22.045 
22,890 

406 
536 

69 

110 

23,536 

215.2 



3.620 
3,620 



413 
415 



59 
4,094 



128.9 



4,052 
4,056 

251 
261 

70 
4,387 

150.1 



22,739 
22,887 

170 
187 

117 
23,191 

193.9 



19.273 



730 
20,003 



26,791 
28,470 

1,137 
1,502 

897 

1,421 

31,393 

287.0 



9.185 
9.186 



2,633 
2,644 



764 
12,594 



396.7 



7.336 
7.343 



736 
764 



607 
8,714 



298.2 



23,633 
24,101 

1,476 
1,619 

720 
26,440 

221.1 



5.600 



1.301 
6.901 



93.399 
101,022 

5,763 
7,611 

4,286 

6,790 

115,423 

1,055.2 



33.496 
33,502 



8,742 
8,780 



4,652 
46.934 



1,478.2 



25,127 
25,167 



5,095 
5,290 



3,906 
34,363 



1,176.0 



74,656 
75,848 

2,909 
3,192 

7,034 
86,074 

719.6 



28.680 



4,969 
33,649 



247,891 
274,511 

23,625 
31,201 

8,345 

13,221 

318,933 

2,915.6 



70,674 
70,691 



20,984 
21,074 



5,077 
96,842 



3,050.1 



77,557 
77,718 



19,126 
19,856 



7,571 
105,145 



3,598.4 



200.404 
205.135 

14,199 
15.579 

7.428 
228.142 

1.907.4 



34.077 



4,839 
38,916 



48,639 
51.661 

1,291 
1,705 

870 

1.378 

54,744 

500.4 



15.121 
15.123 



1.764 
1.772 



778 
17,673 



556.6 



11,765 
11,780 



1,210 
1,256 



826 
13.862 



474.4 



54.619 

55.342 



1,000 
1,097 



1.159 
57.598 



481.5 



18.106 



915 
19.021 



75 



Table S.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
ciiine' 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



RHODE ISLAND 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outstde metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Cities outstde metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

TENNESSEE 
Metropolitan Statistical 

Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 
Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Slate Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

TEXAS 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Slate Total 

Rate per 100,000 

inhabitants 

Sec footnotes at end of table. 



939,424 




100.0% 


47.407 


64.576 




100.0% 


3,158 


100.0% 


30 


,004,000 


50,595 



5,039.3 



2,158,972 




100.0% 


146,143 


421,275 




99.2% 


35,339 


100.0% 


35,633 


979,753 




100.0% 


38,204 


3,560,000 


219,980 



6,179.2 



207,268 




100.0% 


10,625 


192,987 




97.8% 


7.705 


100.0% 


7,878 


302,745 




82.5% 


2,594 


100.0% 


3,144 


703,000 


21,647 



3,079.2 



.3,324.763 




89.4% 


207,039 


100.0% 


219,602 


568,187 




78.5% 


22,041 


100.0% 


28,094 


1,060,050 




49.9% 


9,031 


100.0% 


18,115 


4,953,000 


265,81 1 



5,366.7 



14,160,824 




99.9% 


1,234.446 


100.0% 


1,234.601 


1,389.230 




99.6% 


82.180 


100.0% 


82.423 


1.798.946 




99.5% 


39.286 


100.0% 


39.503 


17,349,000 


1,356,527 



7,819.1 



4,289 
336 



13 
4,638 



462.0 



21,940 

6,198 
6,249 

6,432 
34,621 

972.5 



806 

294 
301 

143 

174 

1,281 

182.2 



29,962 
31,237 

2,252 
2,870 

921 

1,848 

35,955 

725.9 



131,394 
I 3 1 .4 1 1 

10,120 
10.148 

4,161 

4,184 

145,743 

840,1 



43,118 
2.822 



17 
45,957 



4,577.4 



124,203 

29,141 
29,384 

31,772 
185,359 

5,206.7 



9,819 

7,411 

7.577 

2,451 
2,970 
20,366 

2.897.0 



177.077 
188,365 

19,789 
25,224 

8,110 

16,267 

229,856 

4,640.7 



1,103,052 
1,103.190 

72,060 
72,275 

35,125 

35.319 

1,210,784 

6,979.0 



37 
3.7 



237 



113 
402 



11.3 



437 
460 

23 
29 

29 

58 

547 

11.0 



2,425 
2,425 

103 
103 

123 

124 

2,652 

15.3 



282 

25 



3 
310 



30.9 



1,360 



268 
270 



468 
2,098 



58.9 



193 

49 
50 

30 

36 

279 

39.7 



1,940 
2,045 

106 
135 

59 

119 

2,299 

46.4 



8,385 
8,387 

514 
515 

362 

364 

9,266 

53.4 



1,185 
49 



1,234 

122.9 

4.395 

1,009 
1,017 

680 
6,092 

171.1 



28 
29 

12 

15 

132 

18.8 



9,821 
10,009 

323 
412 

61 

122 

10,543 

212.9 



48,483 
48.487 

972 
973 

239 

240 

49,700 

286.5 



2,786 

261 

10 
3,057 

304.5 



15,948 



4.869 
4.910 



5,171 
26,029 



731.2 



520 

215 
220 

97 
118 
858 

122.0 



17.764 
18.723 

1,800 
2,294 

772 

1,549 

22,566 

455.6 



72,101 
72,112 

8.531 
8,557 

3.437 

3,456 

84,125 

484.9 



10,692 

625 

3 
11,320 

1,127.5 



32.746 



7,420 
7,482 



11,565 
51,793 



1,454.9 



1.693 

1,325 
1,355 

906 
1,098 
4,146 

589.8 



50,779 
54,210 

4.758 
6,065 

3,656 

7.333 

67,608 

1,365.0 



277.193 
277,229 

19.440 
19.496 

15,880 

15.968 

312,693 

1,802.4 



24,606 

2,047 

11 
26,664 

2,655.8 



81.390 

20,254 
20,423 

17,971 
119,784 

3,364.7 



7,727 

5,842 
5,973 

1,413 

1,712 

15,412 

2,192.3 



100,081 
107,078 

13,731 
17.502 

3,627 

7,275 

131,855 

2,662.1 



667,575 
667,666 

49.095 
49,243 

17,257 

17,352 

734,261 

4,232.3 



7.820 

150 

3 
7,973 

794.1 



10,067 

1,467 
1,479 

2,236 
13,782 

387.1 



399 

244 
249 

132 
160 
808 

114.9 



26,217 
27,077 

1,300 
1,657 

827 

1.659 

30,393 

613.6 



158,284 
158,295 

3,525 
3,536 

1.988 

1,999 

163,830 

944.3 



76 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
tola) 



Modified 
Cnmc 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robber) 



Aggra- 
vated 
as&aull 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



UTAH 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Stale Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

VERMONT 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 
Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

VIRGINIA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
State Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

WASHINGTON 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Total 

Rate per 100.000 
inhabitants 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

.Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 
Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
State Totol 

Rate per 100.000 

inhabitants 

See footnotes at end of table, 



1.372,402 




99.6% 


85,074 


100.0% 


85,366 


199,479 




93.7% 


9.082 


100.0% 


9.690 


198,119 




85.3% 


3,581 


100.0% 


4.199 


1,770,000 


99,255 



4,554,559 
100.0% 
465,472 
100.0% 

1,265,969 
100.0% 

6,286,000 



655,105 
100.0% 

297,842 
100.0% 

848,053 

100.0% 

1,801,000 



5,607.6 



108.650 




59.2% 


4,724 


100.0% 


6,953 


197.411 




100.0% 


7,924 


260,939 




100-0% 


7,549 


567,000 


22,426 



3,955.2 



247,714 

19,797 

22,108 
289,619 

4,607.4 



4,102,260 




99.3% 


269.937 


100,0% 


271,915 


407,761 




91.7% 


27,586 


100.0% 


30,086 


507,979 




100.0% 


14,338 


5,018,000 


316,339 



6,304.1 



23,915 

10,576 

13.477 
47,968 

2.663.4 



4,483 
4.496 

290 
310 

231 

271 

5,077 

286,8 



95 
134 



266 



262 
662 



20,210 

1,421 

1,828 
23,459 

373.2 



23,480 
23,593 

1,503 
1 ,639 

992 
26,224 

522.6 



1.778 
628 



1.034 
3,440 



191.0 



80,591 
80,870 

8,792 
9,380 

3,350 

3,928 

94,178 

5,320.8 



4,629 
6,819 



7,658 



7,287 
21,764 



3,838.4 



227,504 

18,376 

20,280 
266.160 

4,234.2 



246,457 
248,322 



26,083 
28,447 



13,346 
290.115 



5,781.5 



22,137 
9.948 



12,443 
44,528 



2.472.4 



40 
40 

4 
4 

7 

8 

52 

2.9 



12 

2.1 



485 
20 



78 
583 



9.3 



171 
171 



23 
211 



4.2 



6.2 



692 
694 

56 
60 

46 

54 

808 

45.6 



53 



65 
173 



30.5 



1,530 
117 



232 
1.879 



29.9 



2,960 
2,979 

274 
299 

251 
3,529 

70.3 



191 
70 



154 
415 



23.0 



934 
936 

27 
29 

9 

11 

976 

55,1 



23 



11,8 



8,244 
209 



198 
8,651 



137.6 



6,994 
7,024 

211 
230 

49 
7,303 

145.5 



560 
1.30 



89 

779 



43.3 



2,817 
2,826 

203 
217 

169 

198 

3,241 

183,1 



186 



172 
410 



72,3 



9,951 

1,075 

1,320 
12,346 

196.4 



13,355 
13,419 

1,002 
1,093 

669 
15.181 

302.5 



988 
412 



735 
2,135 



118.5 



12,520 
12,561 

1,263 
1,348 

821 

963 

14,872 

840.2 



818 
1,205 

1,595 

2.984 
5,784 

1,020.1 



40,544 

2,917 

5,763 
49,224 

783.1 



52,139 
52,456 

4,604 
5,021 

4,519 
61,996 

1,235.5 



5.544 
1,808 



4,657 
12,009 



666.8 



64,318 
64,546 

7,239 
7,723 

2,364 

2,772 

75,041 

4,239.6 



3,663 

5,376 



5,763 



4,022 
15,161 



2,673.9 



167,634 

14.679 

13.339 
195.652 

3.112.5 



1 74.064 
175,491 

20.364 
22.210 

8.113 
205,814 

4,101,5 



15,117 
7,686 



6,566 
29,369 



1,630,7 



3,753 
3,763 

290 
309 

165 

193 

4,265 

241,0 



148 
238 



300 



281 
819 



19,326 

780 

1,178 
21,284 

338.6 



20.254 
20.375 



1,115 
1,216 



714 
22,305 



444.5 



1,476 

454 

1,220 
3,150 

174.9 



77 



Table 5.— Index of Crime, State, 1991— Continued 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
crime" 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



WISCONSIN 

Metropolilan Slalislical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting ... 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting ... 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 

W"VOMING 

Metropolitan Statistical 
Area 

Area actually reporting ... 
Cities outside metropolitan areas 

Area actually reporting . . . 

Estimated totals 

Rural 

Area actually reporting . . . 
Stale Total 

Rate per 100,000 
inhabitants 



3,349.659 




100.0% 


174,528 


581,030 




99.8% 


28,112 


100.0% 


28,177 


1,024,311 




100.0% 


18,578 


4,955,000 


221,283 



4,465.9 



136,297 




100.0% 


7,808 


201,206 




99.9% 


9,810 


100.0% 


9,822 


122,497 




100.0% 


2,559 


460,000 


20,189 



4,388.9 



11,846 



894 
896 



981 
13,723 



277.0 



492 

635 
636 

299 
1,427 

310.2 



162,682 



27.218 
27,281 



17,597 
207.560 



7,316 



9,175 
9,186 



2,260 
18,762 



4,078.7 



209 

5 
5 



25 
239 



4.8 



1,041 



114 
114 



104 
1.259 



25.4 



3,3 



40 



22 
119 



25.9 



5,729 



125 
125 



41 
5,895 



119.0 



39 



28 



17.2 



4,867 



650 
652 



811 
6,330 



127.7 



408 



547 
548 



258 
1,214 



263.9 



27,741 



3,120 
3,127 



6.373 
37,241 



751.6 



1,354 

1,266 
1,268 

562 
3,184 

692.2 



115.299 

23,146 
23,200 

10,196 
148,695 

3,000.9 



5,686 

7,594 
7,603 

1,578 
14,867 

3,232.0 



19,642 



952 
954 



1,028 
21.624 



436.4 



276 



315 
315 



120 
711 



154.6 



'Although arson data were included in the trend and clearance tables, sufficient data are not available to estimate totals for this offense. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

'Includes offenses reported by the Zoological Police. 

'Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines. The 1991 forcible rape totals for Illinois were estimated using the national rate of forcible rapes when grouped by like agencies. Therefore, only the state total is shown. See "Offense 
Estimation," page 377 for details. 

*Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 

'The 1991 Bureau of Census population estimate for Puerto Rico was not available prior to publication; therefore, no population or rates per 100,00 inhabitants are provided. 



78 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, I99I 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnmr 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Abilene, Tx. M.S-A 

(Includes Taylor County.) 

City of Abilene 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Albiny, C«. M.S.A 

(Includes Dougherty and Lee 
Counties.) 

City of Albany 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Albany-Scbenectady-Troy, N.Y. M.S.A. .. 
(Includes Albany, Greene, 
Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga and 
Schenectady Counties.) 
City of 

Albany 

Schenectady 

Troy 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

AlbaqoerqiK, N.M, M-SA 

(Includes Bernalillo County.) 

City of Albuquerque 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Alexudris, La. M.S,A 

(Includes Rapides Pansh.) 

City of Alexandna 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Alltotown-Belblthein. Pa.-NJ. M.Sj^. .. 
(Includes Carbon, Lehigh and 
Northampton Counties, Pa., 
and Warren County, N.J.) 
City of 

t Allentown, Pa 

Bethlehem, Pa 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

AllooM, Pa. M5.A 

(Includes Blair County.) 

City of Altoona 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Anurillo, Tx. M.SA 

(Includes Potter and Randall 
Counties.) 

City of Amanllo 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabiunts 

ADcbonige, Ak. M.S.A 

(Includes Anchorage Borough.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Aaaheim-SaDta Ana. Ca. M.SA 

(Includes Orange County.) 
City of 

Anaheim 

Santa Ana 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



122.20« 



108,929 
100.0% 



115,074 



79,868 
99.3% 
100.0% 

877.902 



690.981 



191.547 



6,451 

6,785 

5,552 I 



9.546 
10.381 
10.453 
9,083.7 



101,461 


7,570 


65.811 


3.816 


54,472 


2,567 


99.9% 


35.221 


100.0% 


35.269 




4,017,4 


491.072 




393,148 


40,433 


80.1% 


41,280 


100.0% 


44,122 




8,984.8 


132,552 




49,561 


5.004 


99.4% 


7.470 


100.0% 


7,526 




5.677.8 



105.792 


6,637 


71.904 


2,883 


97.0% 


21.525 


100.0% 


22,131 




3,202.8 


131,407 




52.227 


1,608 


98.9% 


3,196 


100.0% 


3.239 




2.464.9 



160.978 


12,768 


100.0% 


13,618 




7,109.5 


234.571 




100.0% 


15,686 




6,687.1 


2,460,754 




271,955 


19,451 


299,860 


22,952 


100.0% 


144,524 




5,873.2 



870 

891 

729.1 



904 

944 

949 

824.7 



1,202 
533 
121 
3,601 
3,605 
410.6 



5,591 

5.607 

5.884 

1.198,2 



361 

657 

664 

500.9 



391 

197 

1,299 

1,354 

196.0 



120 

177 

181 

137.7 



906 

995 

519.5 



1,669 

711,5 



1,942 
3,306 
13,967 
567.6 



5,581 

5,894 

4.823,0 



8,642 

9.437 

9,504 

8,259.0 



6,368 
3,283 
2,446 
31,620 
31,664 
3.606.8 



34.842 
35,673 
38,238 
7,786.6 



4.643 

6,813 

6.862 

-5.176.8 



6,246 

2,686 

20,226 

20,777 

3.006.9 



1,488 

3,019 

3.058 

2,327.1 



11,862 
12,623 
6,590.0 



14,017 
5,975.6 



17,509 

19.646 

130,557 

5,305.6 



15 

16 

13.1 



13 

14 

14 

12.2 



4 
31 
31 
3.5 



51 

51 

54 

1 1.0 



9 
10 
10 

7,5 



7 

6 

25 

25 

3.6 



15 

20 

10.4 



25 
10.7 



25 
59 
155 
6.3 



64 

64 

52.4 



63 

67 

67 

58.2 



71 
32 
16 

197 
197 
22.4 



261 
262 
309 
62.9 



38 

64 

64 

48,3 



14 

21 

113 

117 

16.9 



17 

34 

34 

25.9 



80 

86 

44.9 



264 
112,5 



111 

76 

670 

27.2 



216 

221 

180.8 



404 

418 

420 

365.0 



487 
154 
62 
864 
865 
98.5 



1,307 
1,307 
1,330 
270,8 



106 
113 

115 
86,8 



164 
53 
350 
362 
52,4 



29 

37 

38 

28,9 



265 

269 

140.4 



542 
231.1 



983 
1.946 
6.088 

247.4 



575 

590 

482.8 



424 

445 

448 

389.3 



632 

345 

39 

2,509 

2,512 

286.1 



3,972 
3,987 
4,191 
853.4 



208 

470 

475 

358.3 



206 
117 
811 
850 
123.0 



73 
105 
108 



546 

620 

323.7 



838 

357.2 



823 
1,225 
7,054 
286.7 



1,915 
1.567.0 



3,157 

3,520 

3,535 

3,071.9 



1.988 
1.083 

772 
7,841 
7,849 
894.1 



10,348 
10,393 
11,741 
2,390,9 



1.181 

1,927 

1,937 

1,461,3 



1,371 
496 
4,176 
4,275 
618.7 



531 

910 

917 

697.8 



2,354 

2,548 

1,3302 



2,489 
1,061.1 



4,289 

4,252 

30,550 

1,241.5 



3,534 

3,727 

3,049.8 



5,055 

5,463 

5,509 

4.787,4 



3,878 
1,981 
1,567 

22,292 
22,324 
2,542,9 



22.024 
22,779 
23,795 
4,845,5 



3,152 

4,476 

4.510 

3.402.4 



4,436 

1,952 

14,408 

14.800 

2.141.9 



846 

1,888 

1.916 

1,458.1 



9.020 

9.540 

4,980,5 



9,967 
4,249.0 



10,108 
11,048 
79.013 
3,210.9 



239 

252 

206.2 



430 

454 

460 

399.7 



502 

219 

107 

1,487 

1,491 

169.8 



2,470 
2,501 
2,702 
550.2 



310 

410 

415 

313,1 



439 

238 

1.642 

1,702 

246.3 



III 

221 

225 

171.2 



488 

535 

279,3 



1.561 
665,5 



3,112 

4,346 

20,994 

853,2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



79 



Table 6. — Index of Crime. Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Anderson, In. M.S.A 

(Includes Madison County.) 

City of Anderson 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 mhabitants 

Anderson, S.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Anderson County.) 

City of Anderson 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Ann Arbor, Mi. M.S.A 

(Includes Washtenaw County.) 

City of Ann Arbor 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Anniston, Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Calhoun County.) 

City of Anniston 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah, Wi. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Calumet. Outagamie and 
Winnebago Counties.) 
City of: 

Appleton 

Oshkosh 

Neenah 

Total area actually reporting . . . . . 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Asheville, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Buncombe County.) 

City of Asheville 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Athens, Clarke County, Ga. M.S,A. ... 
(Includes Clarke, Jackson, Madison 
and Oconee Counties.) 
City of Athens— Clarke County . . 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Atlanta. Ga. M.S.A 

(Includes Barrow, Butts, Cherokee, 
Clayton, Cobb, Cowetta. De Kalb, 
Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, 
Gwinnett, Henry, Newton. Paulding. 
Rockdale, Spalding and Walton 
Counties.) 

City of Atlanta 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Atlantic City, NJ. M.S.A 

(Includes Atlantic and 
Cape May Counties.) 

City of Atlantic City 

Total area actually reporting . . . . . 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Augusta, Ga.-S.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Columbia. McDuffie and 
Richmond Counties. Ga., and .Aiken 
County, S.C.) 

City of Augusta. Ga 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



132,218 



60,165 


3,828 


100.0% 


5,625 




4,254.3 


148,329 




26,734 


2,229 


100.0% 


7,530 




5,076.6 


281,996 




110,449 


6,991 


100.0% 


19,143 




6.788.4 


117,421 




26,941 


3,043 


100.0% 


4,901 




4,173.9 



317,253 



66,543 


2,857 


55,717 


3,400 


23,519 


961 


100.0% 


11,853 




3,736.1 


177.676 




62,614 


6,642 


99.2% 


9,512 


100.0% 


9,629 




5,419.4 



159.745 



88,655 
100.0% 



2,897,359 



405,509 



45,636 
100.0% 



8,352 
10,779 
6,747.6 



403,085 


76,398 


98.3% 


237,771 


100.0% 


240,974 




8,317.0 


320.632 




38,132 


14,453 


100.0% 


32,840 




10,242,3 



374 
502 

379.7 



415 
1,130 
761.8 



613 
1,957 
694.0 



523 

854 

727.3 



25 

98 

60 

347 

109.4 



517 

681 

694 

390.6 



683 

824 

515.8 



5,569 
28,459 
7,018.1 



16,289 

28,376 

28,623 

987.9 



1,406 
2,819 
879.2 



579 
3.054 
753.1 



3,454 

5,123 

3,874.7 



1,814 
6,400 

4,314,7 



6,378 
17,186 
6,094,4 



2,520 

4,047 

3,446.6 



2,832 

3,302 

901 

11,506 

3,626.8 



6,125 

8,831 

8,935 

5,028.8 



7.669 

9,955 

6,231.8 



60,109 
209,395 
212,351 
7,329.1 



13,047 
30,021 
9,363.1 



4.990 
25,405 
6,265.0 



3 

8 

6.1 



3 
10 

6.7 



10 
3,5 



5 

8 

6,8 



13 

18 

18 

10,1 



9 

16 

10,0 



205 
374 
377 
13,0 



15 
29 
9,0 



19 

73 

18.0 



41 

45 

34.0 



25 

56 

37.8 



50 
254 
90.1 



21 

37 

31.5 



II 

4 

35 

11.0 



38 

56 

57 

32.1 



54 

60 

37.6 



638 
1,557 
1,574 

54.3 



82 
220 
68.6 



43 
168 
41.4 



III 
118 
89.2 



57 
135 
91.0 



148 
389 

137,9 



96 

126 

107,3 



4 
15 

2 

40 
12,6 



213 

233 

237 

133,4 



266 

286 

179.0 



6,479 
12,000 
12,104 

417.8 



636 

978 

305.0 



385 
1,086 
267.8 



219 

331 

250.3 



330 

929 

626.3 



413 
1,304 
462.4 



401 
683 

581.7 



20 

72 

54 

266 

83.8 



253 

374 

382 

215.0 



354 

462 

289.2 



8,967 
14,445 
14,568 

502.8 



673 
1,592 
496.5 



132 

1.727 
425.9 



641 
1.083 
819.1 



624 

2.150 

1,449.5 



1.251 

3,159 

1,120.2 



859 
' 1.303 
1,109.7 



488 

387 

137 

1,761 

555,1 



1,756 

2,869 

2,897 

1,630,5 



2,209 

2,897 

1,813,5 



13,861 
49,124 
49,858 
1,720,8 



1,737 

5.728 

1,786,5 



1,842 

8.895 

2,193.5 



2,684 

3,830 

2,896,7 



1,039 

3,750 

2,528,2 



4,725 
12,835 
4,551,5 



1,545 

2,556 

2,176,8 



2,291 

2,828 

735 

9.442 

2,976,2 



3.976 

5.349 

5.420 

3,050.5 



4.808 

6,281 

3.931,9 



35,237 
132,318 
134,230 
4.632,8 



10.754 
22,891 
7.139.3 



2.615 
14,105 
3,478.3 



129 

210 

158.i 



151 

500 

337.1 



402 
1,192 

422.7 



116 

188 

160.1 



53 

87 

29 

303 

95.5 



393 

613 

618 

347.8 



652 

777 

486.4 



11,011 

27,953 

28,263 

975.5 



556 
1,402 
437.3 



533 
2,405 
593.1 



See footnotes al end of table. 



80 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas. 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Amora-Elgiii, II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Kane and Kendall 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Aurora' 

Elgin' 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Austin, Tx. M.S.A 

{Includes Hays. Travis and 
Williamson Counties.) 

City of Austin 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

BikersHeld, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Kem County.) 

City of Bakersfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Baltimore, Md. M.S.A 

(Includes Baltimore City and Anne 
Arundel. Baltimore. Carroll. Harford. 
Howard and Queen Anne's Counties.) 

City of Baltimore 

Total area actually repotting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bangor. Me. MSA 

(Includes part of Penobscot and 
Waldo Counties.) 

City of Bangor 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Baton Rouge. La. MSA 

(Includes Ascension. East Baton 
Rouge. Livingston and West Baton 
Rouge Panshes.) 

City of Baton Rouge 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Battle Creek, Mi. M.S.A 

(Includes Calhoun County.) 

City of Battle Creek 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Beaumonl-Pon Arthur, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Hardin, Jefferson and 
Orange Counties.) 
City of: 

Beaumont 

Port Arthur 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Beaver Count), Pa. M.S.A 

(Includes Beaver County.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bellingham, Wa. MSA 

(Includes Whatcom County) 

City of Bellingham 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Benton Harbor, Mi. M.S.A 

(Includes Bemen County.) 

City of Benton Harbor 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bergen-Passaic, NJ, M.S.A 

(Includes Bergen and Passaic 
Counties.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



Population 



359,556 



99.990 

77,766 
100,0% 

798,240 



2,421,34: 



748,099 
100.0% 



66.952 



31.342 
100.0% 



532,268 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



475,558 


53,715 


100.0% 


69.722 




8.734.5 


554.792 




178.461 


14,169 


99,8% 


36,317 


100.0% 


36.394 




6.559.9 



235.453 


30,886 


94.7% 


44,699 


100.0% 


46.727 




8,778,8 


137,040 




53.958 


6.339 


100.0% 


9.826 




7,170.2 



368.926 



1,283,335 



100.0% 



85.068 
175.953 
7.266.8 



2.006 

2.894 

4.322.5 



116.762 


13.147 


69.363 


5.694 


100.0% 


27,250 




7.386.3 


186,567 




100.0% 


4.326 




2.318.7 


131.749 




53.801 


4.328 


98.1% 


7,068 


100.0% 


7,254 




5,505.9 


162,632 




12.918 


3.022 


100.0% 


12,235 




7,523.1 



54,935 
4.280,6 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime*' 



2,968 
4,046 
506.9 



1.710 
5,087 
5.097 
918.7 



19,032 
30,389 
1,255.0 



56 

79 

118.0 



5.452 

6.599 

6,845 

1,286.0 



922 
1,257 
917.3 



1,946 

913 

3.549 

962.0 



564 
302.3 



182 

411 

422 

320.3 



898 

1.816 

1,116.6 



5,057 
394,1 



Properly 
crime' 



6,173 

4,388 

16,510 

4,591.8 



50.747 
65.676 
8,227.6 



12.459 
31,230 
31,297 
5,641.2 



66.036 
145.564 
6.011,7 



1.950 

2.815 

4.204.5 



25.434 
38,100 
39,882 
7,492.8 



5.417 

8.569 

6,252.9 



11.201 

4,781 

23,701 

6,424.3 



3.762 
2,016.4 



4.146 

6.657 

6,832 

5,185.6 



2.124 
10.419 
6.406.5 



49.878 
3,886.6 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



20 

61 

61 

1 1.0 



304 
359 

14.8 



3.0 



58 

77 

79 

14.8 



12 

19 

13.9 



15 
II 
35 
9.5 



1 

3 

3 

2.3 



4 

8 

4.9 



41 
3.2 



Forcible 
rape 



276 
477 
59.8 



71 
267 
267 
48.1 



701 
1,243 
51.3 



9 

16 

23.9 



142 
204 
216 
40.6 



72 

147 

107.3 



94 

79 

227 

61,5 



31 
16.6 



35 

68 

70 

53.1 



54 

185 

113.8 



204 
15.9 



Robbery 



301 

122 

489 

136.0 



1.555 
1,717 
215.1 



615 
1,209 
1,213 
218.6 



10.770 
13.890 
573.6 



1,139 
1,358 
1,419 
266.6 



234 

277 

202.1 



691 

237 

1. 121 

303.9 



108 
57.9 



37 

51 

54 

41.0 



152 

262 

161. 1 



2.118 
165.0 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



514 

276 

946 

263.1 



1,791 
224.4 



1,004 
3,550 
3.556 
641.0 



7.257 
14,897 
615.2 



30 

43 

64.2 



4.113 
4,960 
5.131 
964,0 



604 

814 

594.0 



1.146 

586 

2,166 

587,1 



422 
226,2 



109 

289 

295 

223.9 



688 

1.361 
836.9 



2,694 
209.9 



Burglary 



1.687 

1.138 

4.029 

1,120.5 



11.591 
15,781 
1,977.0 



3.376 

9.310 

9,326 

1,681.0 



16,230 
33,109 
1.367.4 



349 

505 

754.3 



6,390 

9.734 

10,086 

1,894.9 



1,507 

2,440 

1,780.5 



3,580 

1,740 

7,385 

2.001.8 



864 
463.1 



568 
1.255 
1,285 
975.3 



2,763 
1.698.9 



9.397 
732.2 



Larceny- 
theft 



4.080 

3.052 

11,675 

3,247.1 



34,417 
44,257 
5,544,3 



7.887 
19.192 
19.232 
3.466.5 



39.213 
92.073 
3,802.6 



1.536 

2.215 

3,308.3 



16,026 
24,591 
25.853 
4.857.1 



3.503 

5.577 

4.069,6 



6.528 

2.432 

14,096 

3,820.8 



2,597 
1,392,0 



3.368 

5.052 

5.186 

3.936.3 



1.092 

7,112 

4.373.1 



31,617 
2.463.7 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



406 
198 
806 

224.2 



4.739 
5.638 
706.3 



1.196 
2.728 
2.739 
493.7 



10,593 

20,382 

841.8 



65 

95 

141.9 



3.018 
3.775 
3,943 
740.8 



407 

552 

402.8 



1,093 

609 

2.220 

601.7 



301 
161.3 



210 
350 
361 

274.0 



134 

544 

334.5 



8.864 
690.7 



footnotes at end of table 



81 



Table 6. — Index of Crime. Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Billings. Ml. M.S.A 

(Includes Yellowstone County.) 

City of Billings 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Binghamlon. N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Broome and Tioga 
Counties.) 

City of Binghamton 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Birmingham. Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Blount. JetTerson. St, Clair, 
Shelby and Walker Counties,) 

City of Birmingham 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bismarck. N.D. M.S.A 

(Includes Burleigh and Morton 
Counties) 

City of Bismarck 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bloominglon-Normal. II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes McLean County,) 
City of 

Bloommgton^ 

Normal 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Boise, Id. M.S.A 

(Includes Ada County,) 

City of Boise 

Total area actually reporting — , 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Boston, Ma. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Bnstol. Essex. 
Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth and 
Worcester Counties, and all of 
Suffolk County.) 

City of Boston 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Boulder-Longmonl, Co. M.S.A 

(Includes Boulder County,) 
City of 

Boulder 

Longmont 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Bradenlon, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Manatee County.) 

City of Bradenton 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Brazoria, Tx. M.S,.\ 

(Includes Brazoria County,) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Bremerton, \Va. M.S.A 

(Includes Kitsap County,) 

("ily of Bremerton 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



114.786 



82,106 
100,0% 



266,353 



53,206 
100,0% 

918,821 



269,313 
98,4% 
100.0% 

83,33« 



48,962 
100,0% 



130,447 



52,482 
40.416 
99,2% 
100,0% 

212,418 

129.819 
100,0% 

2,874,833 



572,454 
80,2% 
100.0% 

230,964 



3,463 

3,901 

3,398,5 



2.589 

8,705 

3,268,2 



33.895 
60.243 
61,195 
6,660,2 



2,451 

3,430 

4,116.2 



7,216 

9,702 

4,567.4 



62,039 
135.328 
157.397 
5,475,0 



85.400 


6,653 


52.847 


3.043 


100.0% 


14.124 




6.115,2 


217,253 




44,926 


4,580 


100,0% 


17,180 




7,907,8 


195,792 




100,0% 


8.692 




4,439.4 


195,627 




39,327 


2,654 


100.0% 


8,996 




4.598,5 



94 

495 

185,8 



6,908 
10,237 
10,362 

1,127,7 



34 
61 

73,2 



455 

639 

300.8 



11,829 

21.541 

23.927 

832.3 



190 

217 
639 

276.7 



639 

2,302 

1,059,6 



810 

413,7 



298 

642 

328.2 



3,382 

3,807 

3,316.6 



2,495 

8,210 

3,082,4 



26,987 
50.006 
50.833 
5,532.4 



2.417 

3.369 

4,043.0 



2.61 1 
1.532 
5.577 
5.623 
4,310,6 



6,761 

9,063 

4,266,6 



50,210 
113.787 
133.470 
4.642.7 



6.463 

2.826 

13.485 

5.838.6 



3,941 
14,878 



7,882 
4,025,7 



2.356 

8.354 

4,270.4 



3 

3 

2.6 



139 
192 
193 
21.0 



15 



113 
152 
162 
5.6 



9 
4.6 



4 

8 

4.1 



9 

7.8 



29 
63 

23.7 



279 
433 
438 

47.7 



9 

14 

16.8 



61 

83 

39.1 



486 
781 
872 
303 



38 
117 
53.9 



44.9 



72 
158 
80.8 



34 

69 

25.9 



1.861 
2,627 
2,651 
288.5 



59 
15 
78 
79 
60.6 



46 

63 

29.7 



4,784 
7,104 
7,561 
263,0 



40 
29 
87 

37,7 



187 

493 

226,9 



129 
65.9 



67 
115 
58.8 



35 

44 

38,3 



29 

358 

134.4 



4,629 
6,985 
7,080 
770,6 



20 

39 

46.8 



177 

81 

292 

294 

225.4 



345 

490 

230.7 



6,446 
13,504 
15,332 

533,3 



136 

160 

458 

198.3 



412 
1. 68 1 

773.8 



584 
298,3 



155 

361 

184.5 



573 

644 

561.0 



287 
1,586 
595.5 



7,894 
14,343 
14,540 
1,582,5 



287 

401 

181.2 



535 

377 

1.309 

I.3I8 

1.010.4 



1,211 
1. 791 
843,1 



10.029 
25.397 
30.215 
1. 05 1.0 



918 

500 

2,422 

1.048.6 



1. 144 

4.493 

2,068,1 



1.860 
950,0 



430 
1.792 
916,0 



2.582 

2,915 

2,539,5 



2,141 

6,304 

2,366.8 



14,869 
29,051 
29,622 
3,223,9 



2.033 

2,834 

3,400,9 



2.001 
1. 106 
4.102 
4.135 
3,169.9 



5.212 

6.839 

3.219.6 



26.726 
63.056 
74.483 
2.590.9 



5.309 

2.218 

10.569 

4,576.0 



2.383 

9,208 

4.238,4 



5.193 
2.652,3 



1.735 

6.01 1 

3,072,7 



227 

248 

216.1 



67 

320 

1 20. 1 



4,224 
6,612 
6.671 
726.0 



97 

134 

160,8 



75 
49 
166 
170 
130.3 



338 

433 

203.8 



13.455 
25.334 
28.772 
1,000.8 



236 

108 

494 

213.9 



414 
1. 177 
541.8 



829 
423.4 



191 

551 

211.7 



See footnotes at end of table. 



82 



Table 6. — Index of Crime. Metropolitan Statistical Areas. 1991 — Continued 



Meiropolilan Staiislical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
(oial 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
tolal' 



Vioienl 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robberv 



valed 
assault 



Burglar\ 



Larceny- 
Ihefl 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Bridgepon-Milford, Cl. M.S.A 

(Includes pan of Fairfield and New 
Haven Counties.) 
City of 

Bndgeport 

Milford 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Bristol, Ct. M.S.A 

(Includes pad of Hartford and 
Litchfield Counties.) 

City of Bnstol 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

BrockloD. Ma. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Bristol. 
Norfolk and Plymouth Counties.) 

City of Brockton 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Brownsvilje-Harllngen, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Cameron County.) 
Ciiv of 

Brownsville 

Harlingen 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

iryan-College Station, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Brazos County.) 
City of 

Br\an 

College Station 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

JufTalo, N.V. M.S.A 

(Includes Ene County.) 

City of Buffalo 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

iurlington, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Alamance County.) 

City of Burlington 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

ranloD. Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Canoll and Stark Counties.) 

City of Canton 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

"asper, Wy. M.S.A 

(Includes Natrona County.) 

City of Casper 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

hampaign-Urbana-Raatoul. II. 
•I.S.A.' 



(Includes Champaign County.) 
City of: 

Champaign* 

Urbana' 

Rantoul' 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

harleston, S.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Berkeley. Charleston and 
Dorchester Counties.) 

City of Charleston 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 



454,1 



i4i,9i: 

49,996 
100,0% 

72,546 



60,711 
100.0% 



198,108 



92,473 
83.1% 
100.0% 

265,666 



99,990 

49,775 
100.0% 

124,461 



174,722 



64,126 
36.701 
17,381 
99.4% 
100.0% 

517,519 



82,104 
100.0% 



17,388 

2,552 

28,162 

6,200.5 



2,594 

2,916 

4,019 5 



8,412 
10,226 
11,522 
5,816.0 



9,816 

4.514 

18,842 

7,092,4 



56,175 


4,739 


53,575 


2,262 


100.0% 


8,203 




6.590.8 


974.121 




329,353 


31.470 


100.0% 


55,452 




5,692.5 


109,410 




40,143 


2,651 


98.3% 


4,155 


100.0% 


4,318 




3,946.6 


397.433 




84.873 


6,607 


92.8% 


17,550 


100.0% 


18,416 




4,6337 


62,089 




47.402 


3,342 


100.0% 


4,058 




6,535.8 



2,860 

49 

3.298 

726.1 



298 
303 

417,7 



989 
1,197 
1.337 
674.9 



822 

405 

1.616 

608.3 



570 

100 

697 

560.0 



6,042 
8,280 
85O0 



316 

476 

493 

450.6 



928 
1,920 



498,7 



247 

316 

508.9 



7,579 
38,578 
7,454,4 



1,062 
5,033 

972,5 



14,528 

2,503 

24,864 

5,474.4 



2,296 

2,613 

3,601.9 



7,423 

9,029 

10,185 

5.141,1 



8,994 

4,109 

17,226 

6,484.1 



4,169 

2,162 

7,506 

6,030.8 



25,428 
47.172 
4.842,5 



2,335 

3,679 

3,825 

3,496.0 



5.679 
15.630 
16,434 
4,135,0 



3,095 

3,742 

6,026.8 



5,487 
1,878 
774 
10.614 
10.662 
6.102.3 



6.517 
33,545 
6,481-9 



51 
2 

58 
12,8 



35 
13,2 



50 
58 
6.0 



7,3 



II 
16 

16 
4,0 



7 

7 

4,0 



16 

59 

11,4 



82 

7 

126 

27,7 



6 
9 

124 



36 
44 
49 

24,7 



30,1 



57 

10 

71 

57,0 



319 
382 
39.2 



II 

31 

32 

29,2 



77 
124 
132 
33,2 



12 

16 

25,8 



30 

305 
58,9 



1,734 

26 

1,918 

422,3 



362 

385 

412 

208,0 



224 

57 

322 

121,2 



80 

19 

102 

82,0 



2.705 
3,035 
311,6 



52 

71 

76 

69,5 



470 

748 

766 

192.7 



189 
49 
12 
264 
265 
151,7 



308 
1,054 
203,7 



993 

14 

1,196 

263,3 



233 

234 

322,6 



578 

755 

862 

435,1 



549 

322 

1.179 

443,8 



427 

71 

518 

416,2 



2,968 
4,805 
493,3 



251 

366 

377 

344,6 



370 
1,032 
1.068 

268,7 



221 

283 

455,8 



439 
111 
30 
664 
666 
381,2 



708 
3,615 
698,5 



3,954 

396 

6,266 

1,379,6 



748 

855 

1,178,6 



2,342 

2,765 

3,048 

1,538,6 



2.428 

881 

5,284 

1,989,0 



1,161 

424 

1,857 

1,492,0 



8,462 
12.433 
1.276.3 



416 

874 

914 

835.4 



1.783 

4,164 

4.347 

1.093.8 



734 

939 

1.512.3 



1,242 

528 

132 

2,571 

2,580 

1,476,6 



1,215 

8,272 

1,598,4 



4,691 

1,631 

10,919 

2,404, 1 



1,308 

1,483 

2,044,2 



2,437 

3,281 

3,952 

1.994,9 



5,590 

2,794 

10,345 

3,894,0 



2,771 

1.595 

5,227 

4,199,7 



12,527 
28,276 
2,902,7 



1.804 

2,623 

2,722 

2,487,9 



3,285 
10,051 
10,609 
2.669,4 



2,242 

2,650 

4,268,1 



3,949 

1.300 

613 

7,600 

7,634 

4,369,2 



4,580 
22,148 
4,279,6 



5,883 

476 

7,679 

1,6907 



240 

275 

379,1 



2,644 

2,983 

3,185 

1,607,7 



976 

434 

1,597 

601,1 



237 
143 

422 
339,1 



4.439 
6,463 
663,5 



115 
182 
189 

172,7 



611 
1,415 
1,478 
371,9 



119 

153 

246,4 



296 

50 

29 

443 

448 

256,4 



722 
3,125 
603,8 



ee footnotes at end of table. 



83 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical 


Areas, 1991— Continued 


















Metropolitan Statistical Area 


Population 


Cnme 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
cnmc- 


Properly 
crime^ 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson' 


Charleslod. W,V, M,S,A 

(Includes Kanawha and Putnam 
Counties.) 
City of Charleston 


250.912 

57.646 
100.0% 

1.181.897 

402.618 
55,626 
42,518 
99.6% 
100.0% 

133.196 

40.984 
100.0% 

440.238 

154.835 
96.8% 
100.0% 

74,208 

50.748 
100.0% 

6.084,106 

2,811,478 
99.9% 
100.0% 

185.911 

40.913 
100,0% 

1.465.064 

367,123 
93.9% 
100.0% 

171.517 

76,667 
30.033 
100.0% 

1.846,598 

509.898 
87.1% 
100,0% 


6.837 
11.186 
4.458.1 

50.902 
7,146 
4,708 
94,563 
94,976 
8,035.9 

2,656 

5,386 

4,043.7 

19,610 

27,763 
28,340 
6,437.4 

3,201 

3,750 

5,053.4 

3,063 

8,939 

4,808.2 

35,693 
79,233 
83,064 
5,669,6 

5,774 

1,745 

9,149 

5,334,2 

45,610 
80,573 
89,610 

4,8527 




699 
934 

372.2 

8.762 

894 

858 

13.657 

13.700 

1.159.2 

267 

405 

304.1 

3,398 
4,083 

4,144 
941.3 

98 
176 

237,2 

162 

852 

458.3 

5,794 
9,216 
9,480 
647,1 

1,403 

231 

1,898 

1,106,6 

9,341 
11,722 
12,359 

669,3 


6,138 
10,252 
4,085.9 

42.140 
6.252 
3,850 

80,906 

81,276 
6,876,7 

2,389 

4,981 

3,739.6 

16,212 
23,680 
24,196 
5,496,1 

3,103 

3,574 
4,816,2 

231,318 
374,034 
374,208 
6,150.6 

2.901 

8,087 

4,349.9 

29.899 
70,017 
73,584 
5.022.6 

4,371 

1,514 

7,251 

4,227.6 

36.269 
68,851 
77,251 
4,183.4 


12 

25 

10.0 

114 
8 
6 
178 
178 
15.1 

5 

8 

6.0 

49 

60 

61 

13.9 

4 
4 

5.4 

925 
1,027 
1,027 

16.9 

2 
11 
5.9 

54 
69 
71 
4,8 

11 

3 

19 

11.1 

175 
213 
219 
11,9 


46 

78 

31.1 

409 
19 
34 
614 
616 
52.1 

26 
46 

34,5 

163 

213 
217 
49.3 

13 

24 
32.3 

39 

94 

50.6 

478 
837 
862 
58.8 

52 
8 

72 
42.0 

913 
1.113 
1,180 

63,9 


264 

318 

126.7 

2.899 
254 
160 
3.870 
3.883 
328.5 

75 

94 

70.6 

961 
1,056 
1,065 
241.9 

19 

23 

31.0 

43.783 

47.398 

47.403 

779.1 

39 
123 
66.2 

2.315 
3.095 
3,160 
215,7 

86 

36 

139 

81.0 

5,132 
6,210 
6,398 
346,5 


377 

513 

204.5 

5.340 
613 
658 
8.995 
9,023 
763.4 

161 

257 
192.9 

2.225 
2.754 
2,801 
636.2 

62 

125 

168.4 

42,237 

47,500 

47,508 

780.9 

82 

624 

335.6 

2,947 
5,215 
5,387 
367,7 

1,254 

184 

1,668 

972.5 

.3,121 
4,186 
4,562 
247.0 


1.365 
2,496 
994.8 

11.615 
1.883 
994 
24.407 
24.508 
2.073.6 

338 

828 

621.6 

4.331 

6,407 

6,551 

1,488.1 

304 

415 

559,2 

52,234 
77,590 
77,623 
1,275,8 

672 

2,439 

1,311.9 

8.489 
16.117 
16,773 
1,144,9 

1,084 

425 

1,968 

1,147.4 

10.151 
15.926 
17,519 
948.7 


4,354 

6,972 

2,778,7 

27,799 
4,106 
2,637 
51,866 
52,117 
4,409,6 

1,948 

3,943 

2,960.3 

9.099 
13.841 
14.176 
3.220.1 

2.714 

3.036 

4.091,2 

131.688 
232.709 
232.833 
3,826,9 

1.973 

5,017 

2,698.6 

19,285 
49,815 
52.425 
3.578,3 

3,044 

1,039 

4,909 

2,862,1 

15,485 
37,104 
43,216 
2,340.3 


419 

784 

312,5 

2,726 
263 
219 
4,633 
4,651 
393,5 

103 

210 

157,7 

2,782 
3,432 
3,469 
788.0 

85 

123 

165.8 

47.396 
63.735 
63.752 
1.047.8 

256 

631 

339.4 

2,125 
4,085 
4,386 
299,4 

243 

50 

374 

218,1 

10,633 
15,821 
16,516 
894,4 








Rate per 100 000 inhabitants 




Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill. 

N.C.-S.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Cabarrus. Gaston. Lincoln. 
Mecklenburg. Rowan and Union 
Counties, N.C.. and York County. S.C.) 
City of; 

Charlotte. N.C 

Gaslonia. N.C 

Rock Hill. S.C 












Charlottesville. Va. M,S.A 

(Includes Albemarle. Fluvanna and 
Greene Counties and Charlottesville 
City.) 








Rate per 100 000 inhabitants 




Chattanooga. Tn.-G«. M,S.A 

(Includes Hamilton, Manon and 
Sequatchie Counties, Tn.. and Catoosa, 
Dade and Walker Counties, Ga.) 












Rale per 100 000 inhabitants 




Cheyenne. Wy. M,S,A 

(Includes Laramie County.) 




Total area actually reporting . . . 




Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 




Chicago, n. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Cook. Du Page and 
McHenry Counties.) 
City of Chicago^ 








Estimated total 








Chico, Ca. M.S,A 

(Includes Butte County.) 




Total area actually reporting ... . 




Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 




Cincinnati. Oh.-Ky.-In, M,S.A 

(Includes Clermont, Hamilton and 
Warren Counties, Oh,, Boone, 
Campbell and Kenton Counties, Ky.. 
and Dearborn County. In.) 
City of Cincinnati Oh .... 












Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 




Clarksville-Hopkinsville. Tn.-Ky, M.S.A, ,. 

(Includes Christian County, Ky., and 
Montgomery County, Tn.) 
City of 
Clarksville Tn 




Hopkinsville Ky 








Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 




Cleveland, Oh, M.S,A 

(Includes Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake 
and Medina Counties.) 




Total area actually reporting 




Estimated total 




Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 





See footnotes at end of table. 



84 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Propeny 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Colorado Springs, Co. M.S.A 

(Includes El Paso County.) 

City of Colorado Springs 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Columbia, S.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Lexington and Richland 
Counties) 

City of Columbia 

Total area actually reporting .... 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .... 

Columbus, Ga.-Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Chattahoochee and 
Muscogee Counties, Ga., and 
Russell County, Al.) 

City of Columbus, Ga 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ,... 

Columbus. Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Delaware. Fairfield. 
Franklin. Licking. Madison, 
Pickaway and Union Counties.) 

City of Columbus 

Total area actually reporting .... 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .... 

Corpus Christi, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Nueces and San Patncio 
Counties.) 

City of Corpus Christi 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants .. . 

Cumberland, Md.-W.V. M.S.A 

(Includes Allegany County. Md., 
and Mineral County, W.V.) 

City of Cumberland. Md 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .... 

Dallas, Tx. MSA 

(Includes Collin. Dallas. Denton. 
Ellis, Kaufman and Rockwall 
Counties-I 

City of Dallas 

Total area actually repotting .... 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants ,.,. 

Danbury, CI, MSA 

(Includes part of Fairfield and 
Litchfield Counties.) 

City of Danbury 

Total area actually reporting . . . 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Danville, Va. M.S.A 

(includes Pittsylvania County and 
Danville City.) 

City of Danville 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants ... 

DaytoD-SpringTield, Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Clark, Greene, Miami 
and Montgomery Counties.) 

City of: 

Dayton 

Spnngfteld 

Total area actually reporting .... 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 mhabiUnls .... 

Diytona Beach, FL M.S.A 

(Includes Volusia County.) 

City of Daytona Beach 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ..,, 



406,964 

288.188 
100.0% 

463,280 



99,990 
100.0% 



248,015 



183,284 
100.0% 

!,389J27 



638,533 
86.0% 
100.0% 

358,271 



262,947 
100.0% 



102.982 



24,095 
100,0% 

2,513,093 



1.028.362 
100.0% 

162,754 



65,662 
100.0% 



1 10.441 



53.901 
100.0% 

959,878 



21.444 
25,243 
6,202.8 



13.163 
33.922 
7,322.1 



11,365 
14,619 
5.894,4 



64,778 
90.103 
97.036 
6,984.4 



27.459 
31,119 
8,685.9 



1.409 

2.960 

2,874.3 



154,929 
252,297 
10.039.3 



3,669 

5.713 

3,5102 



2.564 

3.590 

3.250.6 



183.585 


21.602 


71,084 


7.656 


98.1% 


55.252 


100.0% 


56.049 




5.839.2 


380,422 




63,543 


9.271 


100.0% 


28.075 




7.380.0 



1,385 
1,719 
422.4 



2.033 

5,322 

1,148.8 



934 
1,589 
640,7 



7,221 
9,520 
10,014 
720.8 



2.168 
2.498 
697.2 



187 

345 

335,0 



26.411 
33,515 
1.333.6 



262 
161.0 



169 

249 

225.5 



3.558 
1.449 
6.591 
6,645 
692.3 



1.535 
3.469 
911.9 



20,059 
23.524 
5.780,4 



11,130 
28,600 
6,173.4 



10,431 
13.030 
5.253,7 



57,557 
80583 
87,022 
6,263.6 



25.291 
28,621 
7,988.6 



1,222 

2,615 

2,539.3 



128,518 
218.782 
8.705.7 



3,461 

5,451 

3,349.2 



2.395 

3.341 

3.025.1 



18.044 
6,207 
48.661 
49,404 
5.146.9 



7,736 
24,606 
6,468.1 



25 

50 

108 



23 

28 

11.3 



138 
145 
149 
107 



32 

37 

103 



500 
600 
23.9 



7 

10 
9.1 



13 
28 

7.4 



231 
249 
61.2 



119 
401 
86.6 



71 
105 
42.3 



650 
876 
930 
66,9 



204 
213 
59.5 



9 

23 

22.3 



1.208 

1,795 
71.4 



20 

35 

21,5 



12 
30 

272 



316 
97 
685 
690 
71,9 



79 
206 
54,2 



387 

416 

102.2 



687 
1.499 
323.6 



394 

453 

182.7 



3,747 
4,366 
4,512 
324,8 



595 
625 

174.4 



II 

19 

18.4 



11.254 
13,017 
518.0 



59 

66 

40.6 



50 

60 

54.3 



1,677 
334 
2,472 
2,488 
259.2 



463 

947 

248.9 



742 
1,025 
251.9 



1.202 
3,372 
7279 



446 
1.003 
404.4 



2.686 
4.133 
4.423 
318.4 



1,337 
1,623 
4530 



167 

302 

293.3 



13,449 
18,103 
7203 



127 
156 
95,9 



100 

149 

134,9 



1,511 
1,009 
3,351 
3.384 
352,5 



980 
2,288 
601.4 



3.865 

4.903 

1,204,8 



2,145 

6,789 

1.465.4 



2.377 

3,102 

1,2507 



16.398 
21.191 
22.473 
1.6175 



5.829 

7,050 

1,967,8 



255 

630 

611,8 



31.513 
53.191 
2.116,6 



598 
1,063 
653.1 



370 

597 

540.6 



4.808 

934 

10.460 

10.586 

1.102.8 



2,494 

7,810 

2.053,0 



15.000 
17,256 
4,240,2 



7.912 



18,882 
4,075.7 



7,373 

9,088 

3,664,3 



32,983 
49.812 
54,443 
3.918,7 



17,916 
19,852 
5,541,1 



943 

1,905 

1,849.8 



71,920 
132.228 
5.261,6 



2,560 

3.966 

2.436,8 



1.944 

2.609 

2,362.3 



9,906 
4.779 
32.334 
32.888 
3,426.3 



4,500 
15,119 
3.974,3 



1,194 
1,365 
335,4 



1.073 
2.929 
632,2 



681 

840 

338.7 



8.176 
9.580 
10,106 

727.4 



1.546 
1.719 
4798 



24 

80 

77.7 



25.085 
33.363 
1,327.6 



303 

422 
2593 



81 
135 

122.2 



3.330 
494 
5.867 
5.930 
617.8 



742 
1.677 
440.8 



See footnotes at end of table. 



85 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Decatur. Al. M.SA 

(Includes Lawrence and Morgan 
Counties.) 

City of Decatur 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Deoitur. IL MSA.' 

(Includes Macon County.) 

City of Decatur" — 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Denver. Co. MSA 

(Includes Adams, Arapahoe. Denver. 
Douglas and JefTer^on Counties.) 

City of Denver 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Detroit, Mi. MSA 

(Includes Lapeer, Livingston. 
Macomb. Monroe. Oakland. St. Clair 
and Wayne Counties.) 

City of Detroit 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Dothan, Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Dale and Houston 
Counties.) 

City of Dolhan 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Dululh, Mn.-WL MSA 

(Includes St. Louis County. Mn., 
and Douglas County, Wi.) 

City of Duluth, Mn 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

EauCUure. Wi. MSA 

(Includes Chippewa and Eau Claire 
Counties.) 

City of Eau Claire 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Ellthart-Goshen, In. MSA 

(Includes Elkhart County.) 
City of: 

Elkhart 

Goshen 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Elmira, N.Y. M.S.A 

(includes Chemung County.) 

City of Elmira 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

El Paso, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes El Paso County.) 

City of El Paso 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Enid. Ok. MSA 

(Includes Garfield County.) 

City of Enid 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Erie, Pa. M.S.A 

(Includes Ene County.) 

City of Ene 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



132,314 



49,345 
99.4% 
100.0% 

118,355 

84,709 
99.2% 
100.0% 

1,656,234 



479.468 
100.0% 

4,419,037 



1.036,246 
97.6% 
100.0% 

132,525 



54,230 
98.9% 
100.0% 

243,080 



86,605 
100.0% 



139,317 



57,590 
100.0% 



158,052 



3.556 

5.171 

5.222 

3.946.7 



36.558 
109,655 
6,6207 



127.080 
305.692 
311.823 
7,056.4 



6.211 

7.898 

7.995 

6.032.8 



4,886 
10,275 
4,227.0 



3.027 

5.163 

3.705.9 



44,145 


3,889 


24,079 


1,307 


100.0% 


7,583 




4,797.8 


95,549 




33.850 


2.303 


87.8% 


4.141 


100.0% 


4.594 




4.808.0 


604,234 




526,339 


50.684 


100.0% 


54.002 




8.937.3 


57,264 




45,732 


3.612 


100.0% 


3.777 




6.595.8 


277,406 




109,444 


5,815 


100.0% 


9,957 




3,589.3 



289 

486 

492 

371.8 



5,034 
12,092 
7301 



28.262 
43.716 
44.242 
1.001.2 



790 
1.093 
1.106 
834.6 



273 

439 

180.6 



83 

152 

109.1 



169 

139 

750 

474.5 



118 

257 

297 

310.8 



5.616 
5.992 
991.7 



403 

407 

7107 



814 
1.038 
374.2 



3,267 

4.685 

4.730 

3.574.8 



4.764 

5.431 

5.475 

4.625.9 



31,524 
97,563 
5,890.7 



98.818 
261,976 
267,581 
6,055.2 



5.421 

6.805 

6.889 

5.198.3 



4,613 

9,836 

4,046.4 



2,944 

5,011 

3.596.8 



3.720 

1,168 

6,833 

4,323.3 



2.185 

3.884 

4.297 

4,497.2 



45.068 
48.010 
7.945.6 



3,209 

3,370 

5,885.0 



5,001 

8,919 

3,215,1 



4 

6 

6 

4.5 



6 

6 

6 

5.1 



121 

7.3 



615 
740 
744 
16.8 



3 

I 

7 

4.4 



49 
59 
9.8 



7 

8 

2,9 



12 

22 

22 

16.6 



427 
897 

54.2 



1,427 
3.037 
3.087 
69.9 



43 

55 

56 

42.3 



25 
60 

24.7 



40 

II 

72 

45.6 



10 

21 

23 

24.1 



265 
290 
48.0 



43 

43 

75.1 



96 
148 
53.4 



169 

175 

176 

148.7 



1.635 
2.749 
166.0 



13.569 
17,239 
17,363 
392.9 



93 
115 
117 
88.3 



56 

75 

30.9 



II 

16 

11.5 



87 

9 

117 

74.0 



38 

46 

58 

60.7 



1,484 
1.528 
252.9 



25 

25 

43.7 



335 

370 

133.4 



182 
364 
369 

278.9 



481 

496 

498 

420.8 



2,884 
8,325 
502.6 



12.651 

22.700 

23.048 

521.6 



648 

912 

922 

695.7 



189 

298 

122.6 



70 
118 
84.7 



39 

118 

554 

350.5 



69 



215 
225.0 



3.818 
4.115 
681.0 



333 

337 
588.5 



376 

512 

184.6 



701 
1.197 
1.208 
913.0 



1,135 

1,277 

1,285 

1,085.7 



9.180 
22.128 
U336.0 



26.059 
53,524 
54,472 
1,232.7 



1.024 

1.352 

1.372 

1.035.3 



877 
2..227 
916.2 



546 

924 

663.2 



631 

143 

1.395 

882.6 



389 

742 

821 

859.2 



9,087 

9,929 

1,643.2 



919 

990 

1,728.8 



1,158 
2,049 
738.6 



2,376 

3.216 

3.247 

2.454.0 



3.481 

3.994 

4.026 

3.401.6 



16,530 
65,223 
3,938.0 



44.019 
159.608 
163.669 
3.703.7 



4.259 

5,251 

5,309 

4,006.0 



3.443 

6.966 

2.865.7 



2.314 

3.925 

2,817.3 



2,955 

982 

5.178 

3.276.1 



1.749 

3.071 

3.367 

3.523.8 



30.457 
32.305 
5.346.4 



2.173 

2.259 

3.944.9 



3,413 

6,233 

2.246.9 



190 

272 

275 

207.i 



14 

160 

164 

138.6 



5.814 
10.212 
616.6 



28.740 
48.844 
49,440 
1,118,8 



138 

202 

208 

157,0 



293 

643 

264.5 



84 

162 

116.3 



134 

43 

260 

164.5 



47 

71 

109 

1 14.1 



5.524 
5.776 
955.9 



117 

121 

211.3 



430 

637 

229.6 



See footnotes at end of table. 



R6 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Melropolilan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Eugene-Springfield, Or. M.SA 

(Includes Lane County.) 
City of: 

Eugene 

Spnngfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

E»«osville, lo.-Ky. M.S.A 

(Includes Posey, Vanderburgh and 
Wamck Counties. In., and Henderson 
County. Ky.) 

City of Evansville, In 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Fall River, Ma.R.l. MSA 

(Includes part of Bristol County, 
Ma., and Newport County, R.l) 

City of Fall River, Ma 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Fayetteville, N.C. M.Sj^ 

(Includes Cumberland County.) 

City of Fayetteville 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Fayettevijle-Springdale, Ar. M,S,A 

(Includes Washington County.) 
City of 

Fayetteville 

Springdale 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Fitchburg-Leominster, Ma. M.S,A 

(Includes pan of Middlesex and 
Worcester Counties.) 
City of 

Filchburg 

Leominster 

Total area actually repotting 

Estimated total , 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Flint, ML M,S,A 

(Includes Genesee County.) 

City of Flint 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Florence, Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Colbert and Lauderdale 
Counties.) 

City of Florence 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Florence, S,C. M,S.A 

(Includes Florence County.) 

City of Florence 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Fort Lauderdale-HoIIyivood-Pompano 

Beach, FL M.S.A 

(Includes Broward County.) 
City of 

Fort Lauderdale 

Hollywood 

Pompano Beach 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



290,837 



115.827 
45,935 
100.0% 

282,111 



127.772 
76.7% 
100,0% 

156,805 



92.388 
100.0% 

279,053 

76.932 
100.0% 

114,431 



42,479 
30.211 
100.0% 

102,446 



41.054 
38.015 
85.1% 
100.0% 

433,729 

141,861 
98.9% 
100.0% 

132,895 



1,288.381 



153,292 
124,886 
74,308 
100.0% 



9,052 

3.436 

16,095 

5.5.34.0 



7.658 
11.691 
14,212 
5,037.7 



5,958 
7,429 

4,737.7 



10.580 
25,247 
9,047.4 



3.223 

1.757 

6.168 

5,3901 



1,565 
1,707 
3,373 
3.963 
3.868.4 



18.888 
33.270 
33.544 
7,733.9 



36,862 


2.253 


99,4% 


4.527 


100.0% 


4,579 




3.445.6 


116,744 




30,439 


3.542 


100,0% 


8.421 




7.213,2 



24.334 
12,621 
9,317 
109,697 
8,514.3 



379 
233 



298.4 



788 
1,470 
1,650 
584.9 



685 

792 

505.1 



1.513 
2,699 
967,2 



112 

65 

249 

217.6 



239 
177 
419 
482 
470.5 



3.363 

4.716 

4,740 

1.092.8 



286 

420 

426 

320.6 



553 

1.281 

1.097,3 



2.178 
1.003 
1.712 
11.704 
908.4 



8,673 

3,203 

15,227 

5.235.6 



6.870 
10,221 
12,562 
4,452.9 



5,273 

6,637 

4,232.6 



9.067 
22.548 
8,0802 



3.1 1 1 

1.692 

5.919 

5,172.5 



1,326 
1,530 
2,954 
3,481 
3,397.9 



15.525 
28.554 
28,804 
6.641.0 



1.967 

4,107 

4,153 

3,125.0 



2,989 

7,140 

6,115.9 



22,156 
11.618 
7,605 
97,993 
7,605.9 



5 
I 

II 
9.6 



52 

61 

61 

14.1 



2 

12 

10,3 



27 
7 
6 

97 
7.5 



59 
40 
140 

48,1 



62 

68 

43,4 



72 
186 
66,7 



20 



43 
37.6 



23 
12 
35 
37 
36.1 



151 
330 
332 

76.5 



12 

21 

21 

15.8 



104 
89.1 



104 

39 

3 

460 

35.7 



186 

48 

268 

92,1 



139 
178 
212 
75,1 



190 
121.2 



523 

879 

315,0 



14 

10 

29 

25,3 



56 
17 
73 
85 
83,0 



915 
1,190 
1.196 

275,7 



31 

59 

60 

45,1 



132 

242 

207.3 



1.146 

499 

501 

4.476 

347.4 



134 

145 

456 

156,8 



592 
I.2II 
1.337 
473,9 



451 

528 

336,7 



895 
1,588 
569.1 



73 

46 

166 

145.1 



160 
147 
310 
359 
350.4 



2.245 
3.135 
3.151 
726.5 



243 

339 

344 

258.9 



397 

923 

790.6 



901 

458 

1.202 

6,671 

517.8 



1.629 

646 

3.300 

1.134.7 



1,638 
2,234 
2,772 
982.6 



1.374 

1,745 

1.112,8 



2,623 

7,161 

2,566.2 



493 

319 

1,206 

1.053.9 



444 
307 
784 
913 
891,2 



5.071 

8.127 

8,169 

1,883,4 



395 

957 

968 

728.4 



674 

2.147 

1,839.1 



6,208 

2,347 

2,450 

23,690 

1,838,7 



6,630 

2,374 

11,079 

3,809.4 



4,776 

7,367 

8,969 

3,179.2 



2,909 

3,732 

2,380.0 



5.769 
13,707 
4,912.0 



2,401 
1,287 
4,318 

3,773.5 



608 

1.054 

1,722 

2,028 

1,979.6 



8,304 
17,290 
17,471 
4,028.1 



1,523 
2.995 
3,027 

2,277.7 



2,141 

4.502 

3,856.3 



13,765 
8,004 
4,272 

63,758 
4,948.7 



414 
183 



291.6 



456 

620 

821 

291.0 



990 
1,160 
739.8 



675 
1.680 
602.0 



217 

86 

395 

345.2 



274 
169 
44g 
540 
527.1 



2,150 
3,137 
3,164 
729.5 



49 

155 

158 

1 18.9 



174 

491 

420.6 



2.183 

1.267 

883 

10,545 

818.5 



fSee footnotes al end of table. 



87 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Fort Pierce, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Martin and St. Lucie 
Counties.) 

City of Fort Pierce 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Fort Smith, Ar.-Ok. M.S.A 

(Includes Crawford and Sebastian 
Counties, Ar., and Sequoyah 
County, Ok.) 

City of Fort Smith, Ar 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Fori Wayne, in. M.S.A 

(Includes Allen, De Kalb and 
Whitley Counties.) 

City of Fort Wayne 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Fort Worth- ArlingloD, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Johnson. Parker and 
Tarrant Counties.) 
City of: 

Fort Worth 

Arlington 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Fresno, Ca. M.S^ 

(Includes Fresno County.) 

City of Fresno 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Gadsden, Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Etowah County.) 

City of Gadsden 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Gainesrille, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Alachua and Bradford 
Counties.) 

City of Gainesville 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Galveston-Texas City, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Galveston County.) 
City of; 

Galveston 

Texas City 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Gary-Hammond, In. M.S.A 

(Includes Lake and Porter Counties.) 
City of: 

Gary 

Hammond 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Glens Falls, N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Warren and Washington 
Counties.) 

City of Glens Falls 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Grand Forks, N.D. M.S.A 

(Includes Grand Forks County.) 

City of Grand Forks 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.00 inhabitants 



257,648 



37.795 
100.0% 



177,507 



73.456 
100.0% 



368,129 



175.128 
86.7% 
100.0% 

1,447,991 



209,455 



86.991 
100.0% 



222,033 



60.330 
41.693 
100.0% 

611,697 



118,031 
85.236 
89.0% 
100.0% 

118,977 



5.194 
15,511 
6.020.2 



6.844 

8.985 

5.061.8 



17,104 
20,411 
22,280 
6,052.2 



457,171 


77.595 


267,306 


25.341 


100.0% 


146.875 




10.143.4 


681,389 




361.580 


43,503 


100.0% 


62,004 




9,099.6 


100,587 




43.032 


5.105 


100.0% 


6.542 




6,503.8 



9,020 
19,812 
9.458.8 



7.799 

4.350 

18.586 

8.370.8 



11.706 
8.017 
33,919 
36,702 
6.000.0 



15.079 


1.052 


100.0% 


4,223 




3,549.4 


70,260 




49.130 


2,594 


97.7% 


3,110 


100.0% 


3,192 




4.543.1 



865 
1,728 
670.7 



647 

783 

441.1 



1.098 
1.234 
1.366 
371.1 



8.914 
2.108 
14.368 
992 3 



4.608 

6.959 

1.021.3 



811 

943 

937.5 



1.209 

2.413 

1.152.0 



1.004 

302 

1.829 

823.8 



2,340 
1,152 
5,510 
5,705 
932.7 



267 

507 

426.1 



58 

83 

84 

119.6 



4.329 
13.783 
5,349.5 



6,197 

8,202 

4,620.7 



16.006 
19.177 
20,914 
5,681.2 



68.681 
23.233 
132.507 
9.151. 1 



38.895 
55.045 
8.078.4 



4,294 

5.599 

5,566.3 



7,811 
17,399 
8,306.8 



6,795 

4,048 

16,757 

7,547.1 



9,366 
6,865 
28,409 
30.997 
5.067.4 



785 

3,716 

3,123.3 



2,536 

3.027 

3.108 

4.423.6 



9 
23 
8.9 



5 
13 

7.3 



23 

25 
26 
7.1 



195 

26 

258 

17.8 



52 

81 

II. 9 



7 

II 

10.9 



9 
20 
9.5 



5 

41 

18.5 



87 
14.2 



4 
3.4 



41 
106 



57 

73 

41.1 



114 
130 
144 
39.1 



442 
166 
925 
63.9 



282 
448 
65.7 



40 
39.8 



42 
116 
55.4 



65 

29 

137 

61.7 



182 
47 
301 
320 
52.3 



7 

28 
23.5 



21 

26 

26 

37.0 



213 

385 

149.4 



111 
118 
66.5 



573 

613 

638 

173.3 



3.426 

700 

4,886 

337.4 



2,182 
2.575 
377.9 



154 

172 
171.0 



313 

559 

266.9 



373 

119 

592 

266.6 



762 

327 

1.338 

1.373 

224.5 



9 
7.6 



602 
1.214 
471.2 



474 

579 

326.2 



388 

466 

558 

I5I.6 



4.851 
I.2I6 
8.299 
573.1 



2.092 
3.855 
565.8 



622 

720 

715.8 



845 
1.718 
820.2 



544 

149 

1.059 

477.0 



1.337 
763 
3.787 
3.925 
641.7 



258 

466 

391.7 



26 

46 

47 

66.9 



1,439 

4,539 

1,761.7 



1.225 

2.028 

1,142.5 



2,726 

3,623 

,4,021 

1,092.3 



16,878 

4.778 

31,285 

2.160.6 



7,838 
12,337 
1,810.6 



1,060 

1,468 

1.459.4 



2.213 

4,807 

2.295.0 



1.455 

950 

4.157 

1.872.2 



2.791 
1.281 
5.718 
6.252 
1.022.1 



103 

776 
652.2 



211 

257 

265 

377.2 



2.430 

8.243 

3.199.3 



4.620 

5.686 

3,203.3 



11.354 
13.356 
14.545 
3.951.1 



38.333 
15.076 
80.194 
5.538.3 



19.546 
28.867 
4.236.5 



2.826 

3.659 

3.637.6 



5.146 
11.646 
5.560.1 



4.545 

2.705 

10.876 

4,898.4 



3,333 
3,785 
15.445 
17.283 
2.825.4 



666 

2.843 

2.389.5 



2.174 

2,598 

2,667 

3.795.9 



460 
l.OOI 
388.5 



352 

488 

274.9 



1.926 
2.198 
2.348 
637.8 



13.470 

3,379 

21.028 

1.452.2 



11.511 
13.841 
2,031.3 



408 

472 
469.2 



452 

946 

451.6 



795 
393 

1,724 
776.5 



3.242 
1.799 
7.246 
7,462 
1,219.9 



16 

97 

81.5 



151 

172 

176 

250.5 



See footnotes at end of table. 



88 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Properly 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Grand Rapids, Mi. MSA 

(Includes Kent and Ottawa Counties.) 

City of Grand Rapids 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Steal Falls, Ml. M.S.A 

(Includes Cascade County.) 

City of Great Falls 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

jfeeley, Co. M.S.A 

(Includes Weld County.) 

City of Greeley 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ireen Bay, Wi. MSA 

(Includes Brown County.) 

City of Green Bay 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ireensboro-Winston-Salem-High 

•oint, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Davidson, Davie. Forsyth. 
Guilford. Randolph, Stokes and 
Yadkin Counties.) 
City of: 

Greensboro 

Winston-Salem 

High Point 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

jreenville-Spartanburg, S.C. MSA 

(Includes Greenville. Pickens and 
Spartanburg Counties.) 
City of 

Greenville 

Spartanburg 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

tagerslown, Md. M.S.A 

(Includes Washington County.) 

City of Hagerstown 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

lartford, Cl. M.S.A 

(Includes pan of Hanford. Litchfield. 
Middlesex. New London and Tolland 
Counties.) 

City of Hanford 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

lickory, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Alexander. Burke and 
Catawba Counties.) 

City of Hickory 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

lonolulu. Hi. M.S.A 

(Includes Honolulu County.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

louston, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Fort Bend, Hams, Liberty, 
Montgomery and Waller Counties.) 

City of Houston 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 



698,979 

190.604 
100.0% 

78,558 

55,712 
100.0% 

135,136 

62.053 
100.0% 

197,108 

97,713 
100.0% 



958.613 



186.521 
145,830 
70,632 
99.8% 
100.0% 

655,3*4 



772,550 



139.903 
100.0% 

225,655 



17,494 
38.023 
5.439.8 



5.381 

5.853 

7.450,5 



4,486 

7,901 

5.846.7 



4.982 

8.101 

4.109,9 



16.769 
16.615 
7,253 
61,585 
61,728 
6,439,3 



59,507 


7,193 


44,380 


5,889 


100.0% 


41.332 




6.306.7 


123,385 




36,027 


2.093 


100.0% 


3.605 




2.921 7 



21.235 
44.020 
5.698,0 



28,763 


3.511 


100.0% 


10,008 




4.435.1 


856,432 




100.0% 


51.032 




5.958,7 


,372,783 




665,756 


180.308 


100.0% 


276.186 




8,188.7 



3,278 
4.514 
645.8 



155 

169 

215.1 



225 

517 

382.6 



344 

445 

225,8 



1,799 
2,379 
861 
7,011 
7,026 
732,9 



1,089 
1. 119 
6,528 
996.1 



241 

359 

291,0 



3,576 
5,009 
648,4 



320 
1,001 
443,6 



2.058 
240.3 



26,651 
36.312 
1.076,6 



14,216 
33,509 
4,794,0 



5,226 

5.684 

7,235,4 



4.261 

7.384 

5,464.1 



4.638 

7,656 

3,884,2 



14,970 
14,236 
6.392 
54.574 
54.702 
5,706,4 



"6.104 

4,770 

34,804 

5,3106 



1,852 

3,246 

2,6308 



17,659 
39.011 
5,049,6 



3,191 

9.007 

3.991.5 



48,974 
5,718.4 



153,657 
239,874 
7,112.0 



32 
4.6 



35 
23 
II 
95 
95 
99 



II 

14 

76 

11.6 



24 
34 

4,4 



4 

25 

III 



29 
3.4 



608 

772 
22.9 



370 
645 
92,3 



50 

51 

64.9 



26 

55 

40.7 



22 

32 

16.2 



114 
148 
26 
368 
369 
38.5 



52 

42 

360 

54,9 



15 

35 

28,4 



181 
298 
38.6 



14 

51 

22.6 



275 
32.1 



1,213 
1.886 
55.9 



771 

972 

139.1 



21 

21 

26.7 



36 

63 

46.6 



37 

46 

23.3 



594 

951 

231 

2.067 

2.071 

216.0 



243 

269 

1.090 

166.3 



40 

58 

47,0 



1.607 
2.101 
272.0 



133 
194 
86.0 



860 
100.4 



13.883 
16.905 
501,2 



2.115 
2.865 
409.9 



78 

91 

115.8 



161 

395 

292.3 



283 

365 

185.2 



1.056 
1.257 
593 
4.481 
4,491 
468.5 



783 

794 

5.002 

763,2 



185 

264 

214,0 



1.764 
2.576 
333.4 



169 

731 

323.9 



894 
104.4 



10,947 
16,749 
496.6 



4.270 

7,791 

1,114.6 



692 

748 

952.2 



724 

1,429 

1,057.5 



623 

958 

486,0 



3,379 
4,822 
2,094 
17,458 
17,493 
1,824.8 



1,383 

1,110 

9.186 

1,401.7 



410 

766 

620.8 



4,690 
9,480 

1,227,1 



927 

2,760 

1,223.1 



9,905 
1.156.5 



39,726 
63,693 
1,888.4 



8,675 
23,534 
3,366.9 



4,290 

4,647 

5,915.4 



3,356 

5,626 

4,163.2 



3.809 

6,408 

3.251,0 



10,768 
8,498 
4,011 
34,092 
34,179 
3,565.5 



4,389 

3,350 

23,499 

3,585.6 



1,336 

2,296 

1,860.8 



9,710 
24,261 
3,140.4 



2,114 

5,767 

2,555.7 



36,019 
4,205.7 



73,769 
120,064 
3,559.8 



1,271 
2,184 
312.5 



244 

289 

367,9 



181 

329 

243,5 



206 

290 

147,1 



823 

916 

287 

3,024 

3,030 

316.1 



332 

310 

2.119 

323.3 



106 

184 

149.1 



3,259 
5.270 



150 
480 

212.7 



3.050 
356.1 



40.162 
56,117 
1,663.8 



ee footnotes at end of table. 



89 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Populatioti 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



HuatingtoD-Asbland, W.V.-Ky.-Oh. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Cabell and Wayne Counties, 
W.V.. Boyd. Carter and Greenup 
Counties, Ky., and Lawrence County, 
Oh.) 
City of 

Huntington, W.V 

Ashland, Ky 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Indianapolis, In. M.S.A 

(Includes Boone. Hamilton, Hancock. 
Hendncks, Johnson, Marion. Morgan 
and Shelby Counties.) 

City of Indianapolis 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Jackson, Mi. M.S.A 

(Includes Jackson County.) 

City of Jackson 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Jackson, Ms. M.S.A 

(Includes Hinds, Madison and Rankin 
Counties.) 

City of Jackson 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Jackson, In. M.S.A 

(Includes Madison County.) 

City of Jackson 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Jacksonville, PI. M.S.A 

(Includes Clay. Duval. Nassau and St. 
Johns Counties.) 

City of Jacksonville 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Jacksonville, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes Onslow County.) 

City of Jacksonville 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Jamestown-Dunkirk, N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Chautauqua County.) 
City of 

Jamestown 

Dunkirk 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Janesville-Belolt, Wi. M.S.A 

(Includes Rock County.) 
City of 

Janesville 

Beloit 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Jersey City, NJ. M.S.A 

(Includes Hudson County.) 

City of Jersey City 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



314,465 



55,073 
23,799 
80.2% 
100.0% 

1,265,229 



398,384 



930,632 



142,423 



34.811 
14.041 
100.0% 

141,309 



4.301 

1,032 

8.842 

10.671 

3.393,4 



489.392 


36.005 


81.8% 


67.584 


100.0% 


76.642 




6.057.6 


150,922 




37,738 


4,728 


97.4% 


8.631 


100.0% 


8,858 




5.869.3 



198,183 


27,126 


91.3% 


31,596 


100.0% 


33,532 




8.417.0 


79,193 




51.380 


6.055 


100.0% 


6.893 




8.704.1 



653.515 


69.217 


98,7% 


84,589 


100.0% 


85,595 




9,197.5 


152,285 




30.503 


3.928 


100.0% 


7.505 




4,928.3 



1.934 

823 

5.407 

3.796.4 



52.807 


3.552 


36.032 


2.667 


100.0% 


7.643 




5,408.7 


555,227 




229,419 


21.108 


100.0% 


40.582 




7.309.1 



306 


3.995 


70 


962 


667 


8,175 


802 


9,869 


255.0 


3,138.3 



7.072 
8,636 
9,273 
732.9 



1.526 

1,936 

1,956 

1,296.0 



2,386 
2,681 
2,851 
715.6 



981 

1,077 

1,360.0 



11,505 
13,357 
13,468 
1,447.2 



459 

616 

404.5 



58 

30 

202 

141.8 



111 
101 
371 

262.5 



4.612 

6,611 

1.190-7 



28.933 
58,948 
67,369 
5,324.6 



3.202 

6.695 

6,902 

1,573.2 



24,740 
28,915 
30,681 
7,701.4 



5,074 
5,816 

7,344,1 



57,712 
71,232 
72,127 
7,750.3 



3,469 

6,889 

4,523.8 



1.876 

793 

5.205 

3.654.6 



3.441 

2,566 

7.272 

5,146.2 



16.496 
33,971 
6,118.4 



2.5 



95 
115 
122 
9.6 



11.9 



22.1 



10 

11 

13.9 



128 
150 
151 
16.2 



5 

10 
6.6 



3 
2.1 



3 

4 
2.8 



43 

7.7 



29 
14 
80 
98 
31.2 



561 
772 
835 
66.0 



90 
179 
181 
199 



190 
228 
246 
61.7 



48 

56 

70.7 



798 
893 
897 
96.4 



33 

54 

35.5 



2 

23 
16.1 



20 

II 

43 

30.4 



97 
132 
23.8 



124 

17 

204 

243 

77.3 



2.001 
2,467 
2,587 
204,5 



119 
145 
150 
99.4 



1.313 
1.386 
1,439 
361.2 



284 

299 

377.6 



4.131 
4.467 
4.505 
484.1 



117 

170 

111.6 



24 

11 

40 

28.1 



12 

45 

70 

49.5 



2.576 
3.414 
6149 



150 

38 

376 

453 

144.1 



4.415 
5.282 
5,729 
452.8 



1.303 

1.594 

1.607 

1.064.8 



809 

982 

1.078 

270.6 



639 

711 

897.8 



6.448 
7.847 
7.915 
850.5 



304 

382 

250.8 



24 

17 

136 

95.5 



254 
179.7 



I.9I7 
3,022 
544.3 



241 
2.157 
2.551 
8II.2 



8.732 

14.998 

16.855 

■ 1.332.2 



670 
1.461 
1.496 
991.2 



8.688 
10.287 
10.793 
2.709.2 



1.162 

1.399 

1.766.6 



17.301 
20.631 
20.851 
2,240.5 



763 

1.960 

1.287.1 



395 

211 

1,119 

785.7 



591 

352 

1.213 

858.4 



4.610 



1.599.7 



2.975 

674 

5,677 

6,845 

2,176.7 



14.970 
36.150 
41,996 
3,319.2 



2.349 

4.924 

5,074 

3.362.0 



12,710 
15.060 
16.215 
4.070.2 



3.628 

4.079 

5.150.7 



34,594 
44,037 
44,628 
4,795.5 



2.556 

4.627 

3.038.4 



1.447 

579 

3.983 

2.796.6 



2,727 

2.098 

5,768 

4.081.8 



6.494 
15.350 
2.764.6 



See footnotes at end of table. 



90 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan StatisCical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolilan Statislical Area 



Johnson Cit)-KiDgsport-Brislol, 

Tn.-Vj. MSA 

(Includes Carter, Hawkins, Sullivan, 
Unicoi and Washington Counties, Tn.. 
Bnstol City and Scott and Washington 
Counties, Va.) 
City of: 

Johnson City. Tn 

Kingspon. Tn 

Biistol, Tn 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Joliel, II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Grundy and Will Counties.) 

City of Joliet' 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Joplio, Mo. MSA 

(Includes Jasper and Newton 
Counties.) 

Cily of Joplin 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

KaUnuuoo, Mi. M.SA 

(Includes Kalamazoo County.) 

City of Kalamazoo 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Kankakee, II. M.S.A.^ 

(Includes Kankakee County.) 

City of Kankakee* 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Kansas City, Mo.*Ks. MSA 

(Includes Cass. Clay. Jackson, 
Lafayelle. Platte and Ray Counties, 
Mo., and Johnson, Leavenworth, 
Miami and Wyandotte Counties, Ks.l 
City of 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kansas City, Ks 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Kenosha, Wi. M.S.A 

(Includes Kenosha County.) 

City of Kenosha 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Killeen-Temple, Tx. MSA 

(Includes Bell and Coryell Counties.) 
City of 

Killeen 

Temple 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Knomlle, Tn. MSA 

(Includes Anderson. Blount. Grainger. 
JelTerson. Knox, Sevier and Union 
Counties.) 

City of Knoxville 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Kokoino, Id. MSA 

(Includes Howard and Tipton 
Counties,) 

City of Kokomo 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 



Population 



442.574 



50,148 


3.254 


36,930 


2,905 


23,784 


1,322 


96.0% 


14,503 


100.0% 


15,634 




3,532,5 


390,154 




77.591 




100.0% 





135,985 



1,578,191 



260,744 



64,890 
47,092 
100.0% 

588,026 



167.686 
82.7% 
100.0% 

98.097 



45.496 
83.4% 
100.0% 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



41.287 


3,973 


76.3% 


5,947 


100.0% 


6,881 




5,060,1 


225,151 




80.904 


8,334 


99,2% 


15,308 


100,0% 


15,412 




6,845,2 


97,198 




27.846 




100.0% 





438,188 


57,834 


150,819 


17.944 


98,1% 


116.409 


100.0% 


118.025 




7.478.5 


129,836 




81.390 


4,543 


100.0% 


6,616 




5,095.7 



5.009 

3.733 

12.623 

4,841.1 



15.529 
27.334 
30.526 
5.191.3 



2,600 

3,266 

3,944 

4,020.5 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



132 

323 

71 

1,119 

1.254 

283.3 



143 

192 

287 

211,1 



1.686 
2,040 
2,049 
910,1 



12.413 
2.790 
18.426 
18,543 
1.175,0 



238 

288 

!2I,8 



413 

543 

1,360 

521.6 



2.764 
3.385 
3.692 
627.9 



201 

315 

362 

369,0 



Property 
cnme^ 



3.122 

2,582 

1,251 

13,384 

14,380 

3,249.2 



6.499 
15.825 
4.056 I 



3.830 

5.755 

6.594 

4.849,1 



6.648 
13.268 
13.363 
5,935.1 



3,587 

5,879 

6,048,5 



45,421 
15,154 
97,983 
99.482 
6, .303. 5 



4.305 

6.328 

4,873.8 



4,596 

3,190 

11,263 

4,319.6 



12.765 
23.949 
26.834 
4.563,4 



2.399 

2.951 

3,582 

3,651.5 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



2 
I 

17 
18 
4.1 



1.5 



7 

12 

12.3 



135 
44 
205 
206 
13.1 



30 

5 

40 

15.3 



35 

52 

59 

10.0 



Forcible 
rape 



21 
13 
12 
96 
103 
23.3 



13 

27 

35 

25.7 



53 
122 
123 
54.6 



477 
182 
903 
910 

577 



46 

56 

43.1 



67 

75 

199 

76.3 



123 
188 
217 
36.9 



14 

22 

26 

26.5 



Robbery 



43 

18 

16 

141 

161 

36,4 



281 

406 

104 1 



44 

54 

67 

49.3 



366 

413 

415 

184,3 



226 

254 

261,3 



4.955 
1.039 
6.651 
6.690 
423.9 



106 
114 

87.8 



116 

72 

226 

86.7 



668 

785 

830 

141.2 



29 

31 

40 

40.8 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



68 
290 

42 

865 

972 

219.6 



544 

949 

243,2 



85 

110 

183 

134.6 



1.255 
1.492 
1.498 
665.3 



401 
529 

544,2 



6,846 

1,525 

10,667 

10,737 

6803 



117 
901 



200 

391 

895 

343.2 



1.938 
2.360 
2.586 
439.8 



158 

262 

296 

301.7 



Burglary 



664 

410 

230 

3.556 

3.763 

850.3 



1,357 
3,417 
875.8 



661 

1.207 

1.448 

1.064.8 



1.678 

2.779 

2.795 

1,241,4 



1,155 

1,676 

1,724,3 



13,008 
4,170 
25,656 
26,035 
1,649,7 



854 
1.236 
952,0 



1.381 

805 

3.251 

1,246.8 



3.984 

7.690 

8,651 

1,471.2 



385 

521 

650 

662.6 



Larceny- 
theft 



2.240 
2.031 
963 
8,998 
9,727 
2.197,8 



4,420 
10,966 
2,810.7 



3.011 

4,284 

4.811 

3.537.9 



4.621 

9,885 

9,954 

4,421.0 



2,114 

3,740 

3,847,8 



22,527 
8,469 
57,267 
58,272 
3,692,3 



3,153 

4,702 

3,621,5 



2,971 

2,180 

7.413 

2,843.0 



6.639 
13.308 
14,998 
2,550.6 



1.902 

2,286 

2,735 

2.788.1 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



218 
141 
58 
830 
890 
201.1 



722 
1.442 
369.6 



158 
264 
335 

246.4 



349 
604 
614 

272.7 



318 

463 

476.3 



9,886 
2.515 
15.060 
15.175 
961.5 



298 

390 

300,4 



244 

205 

599 

229.7 



2,142 
2,951 
3,185 
541,6 



112 
144 
197 
200. 



See foomotes at end of table. 



91 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 

total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Bursary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



La Crosse, Wi. M.S.A 

(Includes La Crosse County.) 

City of La Crosse 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lafayette, La. M.S.A 

(Includes Lafayette and St. Martin 
Parishes.) 

City of Lafayette 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lafayette-West Lafayette, In. M.S.A. .. 
(Includes Tippecanoe County.) 
City of: 

Lafayette 

West Lafayette 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Uke County, II. M.S.A." 

(Includes Lake County.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Lakeland- Winter Haven, Fl. M.S.A. ... 
(Includes Polk County.) 
City of: 

Lakeland 

Winter Haven 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lancaster, Pa. M.S.A 

(Includes Lancaster County.) 

City of Lancaster 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Lansing-East Lansing, Mi. M.S.A 

(Includes Clinton, Eaton and Ingham 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Lansing 

East Lansing 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Laredo, Tx. M.Sj\ 

(Includes Webb County.) 

City of Laredo 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Las Cnices, N.M. M.S.A 

(Includes Dona Ana County.) 

City of Las Cruces 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Las Vegas, Nv. M.S.A 

(Includes Clark County.) 

City of Las Vegas 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lawrence, Ks. M.S.A 

(Includes Douglas County.) 

City of Lawrence 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



99,167 



51.662 
100.0% 



210,322 



95.156 
99.8% 
100.0% 

132,147 



44.283 
26.214 
100.0% 

523,549 

99.7% 
100.0% 

416.001 



436,042 



3.353 

4,431 

4,468.2 



8,620 
11.205 
11,233 
5,3409 



2,660 

1,075 

6,127 

4,636.5 



72.425 


11.374 


25.373 


4.553 


100.0% 


40,418 




9,715.8 


425,627 




55.922 


4,140 


98.9% 


13,125 


100.0% 


13,266 




3,116.8 



128,315 


10,340 


51,073 


2,312 


91.3% 


23,573 


100.0% 


25,782 




5,912.7 


136,081 




125,521 


11,823 


100.0% 


12.202 




8,966.7 


138,454 




63.476 


6.223 


98.5% 


8,851 


100.0% 


9,043 




6,531,4 


792,165 




656,391 


48.779 


93.3% 


52,434 


100.0% 


55,636 




7.023.3 


82,371 




66,069 


4,752 


100.0% 


5,996 




7,279.3 



42 

103 

103,9 



944 
1,274 
1,277 
607.2 



103 

38 

365 

276.2 



1.234 

571 

4.110 

988.0 



347 

785 

798 

187.5 



1.768 
156 
2,689 
2,878 
660.0 



879 

920 

676.1 



542 

756 

770 

556.1 



5,661 
5.960 
6,243 
788.1 



275 

365 

443.1 



3.311 

4,328 

4,364,4 



7,676 

9,931 

9,956 

4,733.7 



2,557 

1,037 

5,762 

4,360.3 



21,326 
21,389 
4,085.4 



10,140 

3.982 

36,308 

8,727.9 



3.793 
12,340 
12,468 
2,929.3 



8,572 

2,156 

20,884 

22,904 

5,252.7 



10.944 
11,282 
8.290.7 



5,681 

8,095 

8,273 

5,975.3 



43.118 
46,474 
49,393 
6,235.2 



4,477 

5.631 

6,836.1 



19 
19 
9.0 



13 
13 

2.5 



6 

I 

19 

4.6 



17 
17 
4.0 



15 
16 

3.7 



15 

17 

12.5 



4 

6 

6 

4.3 



103 
103 
105 
13.3 



1 

2 
2.4 



17 

33 

33.3 



55 

92 

92 

43.7 



17 
6 

46 
34.8 



31 

16 

118 

28.4 



36 

90 

91 

21.4 



188 

54 

425 

443 

101,6 



38 

76 

77 

55.6 



433 
502 
555 
70.1 



36 

43 

52.2 



13 
13 

13.1 



321 
369 
370 

175.9 



31 
23.5 



478 
480 
91.7 



481 

154 

1,185 

284.9 



161 
246 
249 
58.5 



294 

34 

412 

457 

104.8 



173 

174 

127.9 



76 

93 

95 

68.6 



3.193 
3,303 
3,383 
427.1 



44 

48 

58.3 



II 

56 

56.5 



560 

794 

796 

378.5 



64 

30 

287 

217.2 



850 

853 

162.9 



716 

400 

2,788 

6702 



142 

432 

441 

103.6 



1,274 
68 
1,837 
1,962 
450.0 



677 

713 

524.0 



424 

581 

592 

427.6 



1,932 
2,052 
2,200 

277.7 



194 

272 

330.2 



176 

314 

316.6 



1.649 

2.404 

2.409 

1.145.4 



479 

135 

865 

654.6 



3,856 
3,868 
738.8 



2,650 

832 

10,866 

2,612.0 



1.120 
2,539 
2,562 
601.9 



1.759 
270 
3.940 
4.282 
982,0 



2.680 

2.812 

2.066.4 



1.532 

2.575 

2,615 

1,888.7 



10,743 
11,668 
12,363 
1.560.7 



926 
1.190 

1.444,7 



3,033 

3,888 

3,920.7 



5,620 

7,026 

7,044 

3,349.2 



1,954 



4,668 
3,532.4 



16,300 
16,345 
3,122,0 



6,504 

2,721 

21.966 

5,280.3 



2.382 

9,105 

9.196 

>.1606 



6,218 

1,640 

15.627 

17,090 

3,919.3 



7,136 

7,317 

5,376.9 



3.795 

4.999 

5,127 

3,703.0 



25,828 
27,924 
29,943 
3,779.9 



3,413 

4,277 
5,192,4 



102 

126 

127.1 



407 

501 

503 

239.2 



124 

34 

229 

173.3 



1,170 
1,176 
224.6 



986 

429 

3.476 

835.6 



291 

696 

710 

166.8 



595 

246 

1,317 

1,532 

351,3 



1,128 
1,153 
847,3 



354 

521 

531 

383,5 



6,547 
6,882 
7,087 
894,6 



138 

164 

199.1 



See footnotes at end of table. 



92 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropohlan Stalislical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
lolar 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Lamrence-Haverhill. Ma.-N.H. M.S.A. 

(Includes pan of Essex County. Ma., 
and part of Rockingham County. 
N.H.I 
City of: 

Lawrence, Ma 

Haverhill. Ma 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Uwton. Ok. MSA 

(Includes Comanche County.) 

City of Lawlon 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lewiston-Auburn. Me. M-S-A 

(Includes pan of Androscoggin 
County.) 
City of; 

Lewiston 

Auburn 

Total area actually repotting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lexington-Fayette, Ky. M.S.A 

(Includes Bourbon, Clark. Fayette, 
Jessamine. Scoll and Woodford 
Counties.) 

City of Lexington 

Total area actually reponing 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Lincoln, Nb. M.S.A 

(Includes Lancaster County.) 

City of Lincoln 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ar. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Faulkner, Lonoke, Pulaski 
and Saline Counties.) 
City of: 

Little Rock 

Nonh Little Rock 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Longview-MarshalL Tx. MSA 

(Includes Gregg and Harrison 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Longview 

Marshall 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Lorain-ElyTia, Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Lorain County.) 
City of: 

Lorain 

Elyria 

Total area actually reponing 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Ca. M.S.A. .. 
(Includes Los Angeles County.) 
City of 

Los Angeles 

Long Beach 

Total area actually reponing 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



381,626 



69,968 


7,380 


51.243 


3.668 


83.0% 


19,667 


100.0% 


22,177 




5,811.2 


112,528 




81.314 


5,632 


100.0% 


5,992 




5,324.9 



105.861 



39.251 
23.800 
100.0% 

351,041 



517,844 



177,479 
62,299 
100.0% 

170,6*5 



71,811 
24,187 
100.0% 

267,841 



71,848 
57,226 
93.9% 
100.0% 

9,048,060 



2,283 

858 

4,020 

3.797.4 



227,060 


15,936 


100.0% 


21,573 




6,145.4 


215,618 




193,749 


14,954 


100.0% 


16,414 




7,612.5 



,558,316 
438,378 
100.0% 



28,700 

7.510 

48,430 

9,352.2 



7,296 

2,078 

12,290 

7.201.2 



2.934 
3.579 
9,590 
10,310 
3,849.3 



346.224 
40,030 
689.695 
7.622.6 



1.314 

348 

2.050 

2.321 



787 

828 

735.8 



119 

15 

156 

147.4 



1,802 
2.497 
711.3 



1,091 
1,120 
519.4 



5,291 

768 

7.296 

1.408.9 



770 

254 

1.365 

799,8 



261 

314 

1.002 

1.051 

392.4 



89,875 

9,209 

162.497 

1.795.9 



6,066 
3,320 
17,617 
19,856 
5,203.0 



4,845 

5.164 

4,589.1 



2.164 

843 

3.864 

3.650.1 



14,134 
19.076 
5.434.1 



13.863 
15,294 
7,093.1 



23.409 

6.742 

41.134 

7,943.3 



6.526 

1.824 

10,925 

6,401,4 



2,673 
3.265 
8.588 
9.259 
3.456.9 



256.349 
30,821 

527,198 
5,826.6 



13 
21 
6.0 



10 
3 

20 
11.7 



3 
5 

12 
12 
4.5 



1,027 

94 

1,856 

20,5 



17 
III 
121 
31.7 



55 

59 

52.4 



16 
5 

23 
21.7 



164 
208 
59.3 



91 

42.2 



268 



463 
89.4 



83 

19 

136 

79.7 



54 
32 
119 
123 
45.9 



1.966 
284 

4,114 
45.5 



303 

65 

482 

534 

139,9 



118 

118 

104,9 



39 

4 

46 

43.5 



453 

506 

144.1 



112 
117 
54.3 



1.459 

355 

1,954 

377.3 



201 

31 

245 

143.6 



93 
167 
345 
360 
1.34.4 



39.778 
4.071 

67.876 
750.2 



977 

264 

1,445 

1,653 

433,1 



605 

641 

569.6 



1. 172 
1,762 
501.9 



890 

912 

423.0 



3.518 

319 

4,792 

925,4 



476 

201 

964 

564,8 



111 
110 
526 
556 
207,6 



47,104 
4,760 

88,651 
979.8 



2.238 
1,132 
5,148 
5,696 
1.492.6 



1.360 

1,475 
1,3108 



519 

173 

946 

893.6 



3,211 

4,241 

1,208.1 



2,327 

2,533 

1,174,8 



5,773 

1,441 

10,101 

1,9506 



1,660 

419 

2,891 

1,694.0 



1,028 

901 

2,721 

2.835 

1.058.5 



57.460 

7.901 

129,124 

1,427.1 



1.568 
1,530 
7.879 
9,179 
2,405,2 



3,209 

3,390 

3,012.6 



1,582 

627 

2,763 

2,610,0 



10,075 
13,804 
3,932.3 



11,117 
12,308 
5,708,2 



15,166 

4,654 

27,113 

5,235,7 



4,330 

1,270 

7.218 

4,229.3 



1.405 
2.104 

5.227 

5,727 

2.138.2 



130.234 

16.302 

265,666 

2,936.2 



2.260 

658 

4.590 

4,981 

1.305.2 



276 

299 

265.7 



63 

43 

155 

146.4 



1.031 
293.7 



419 

453 

210.1 



2,470 

647 

3,920 

757.0 



536 

135 

816 

478.1 



240 
260 
640 
697 
260.2 



68,655 

6.618 

132.408 

1.463.4 



See footnotes at end of table. 



93 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Melropolitan Stalistical Area 



Population 



Cnrae 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



LouisviUe, Ky.-lo. MSA 

(Includes Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham 
and Shelby Counties, Ky., and Clark, 
Floyd and Harrison Counties, In.) 

City of Lxiuisville, Ky 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lubbock, Tx. MSA 

(Includes Lubbock County.) 

City of Lubbock 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Lynchburg, Va. M.S.A 

(Includes Lynchburg City and 
Amherst and Campbell Counties.) 

City of Lynchburg 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

M«con- Warner Robins, G«. M.S.A 

(Includes Bibb, Houston, Jones and 
Peach Counties.) 
City of; 

Macon 

Warner Robins 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

M«dis»n, Wi. M.S.A 

(Includes Dane County.) 

City of Madison 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Manchester, N.H. MSA 

(Includes part of Hillsborough, 
Merrimack and Rockingham Counties.) 

City of Manchester 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Mansfield, Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Richland County.) 

City of Mansfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Tx. M.S.A. . 
(Includes Hidalgo County.) 
City of; 

McAllen 

Edinburg 

Mission 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Medford, Or. MSA 

(Includes Jackson County.) 

City of Medford 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Melbourne- Titusville-Palm Bay, Fl. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Brevard County.) 
City of 

Melbourne 

Titusville 

Palm Bay 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



960,758 



271,245 


17,428 


96.9% 


42,013 


100.0% 


43,150 




4,491.2 


226,5*1 




190,179 


12,442 


100.0% 


14,492 




6,395.9 



144,462 



67,101 
100.0% 



287,379 



143,752 



391,721 



409,429 



61.209 
40,426 
64.273 
100.0% 



3,628 

5,487 

3,798.2 



108,994 


10,846 


44,703 


2,905 


100.0% 


17,869 




6,217.9 


364,919 




193.735 


12.884 


100.0% 


19.575 




5,364.2 



99,240 


7,013 


96.8% 


8,188 


100.0% 


8,350 




5,808.6 


127,203 




51,055 


5,248 


98.8% 


7.954 


100.0% 


8.023 




6.307.2 



85.814 


9.182 


30.522 


1.765 


29.264 


1,817 


99.6% 


26,712 


100.0% 


26,815 




6,845.4 


150,488 




48.267 


3.618 


99.2% 


7.200 


100.0% 


7,265 




4,827.6 



5,594 

3,969 

3,675 

28,808 

7,036.1 



2,245 
4,598 
4,681 
487.2 



1,065 
1,214 
535.8 



484 

712 

492.9 



1,006 

281 

1,652 

574.9 



770 
1,241 
3401 



240 

269 

273 

189.9 



1. 181 

1.347 

1.351 

1.062.1 



602 

181 

102 

1,949 

1,958 

499.8 



206 

522 

526 

349.5 



684 

482 

323 

3,006 

734.2 



15,183 
37,415 
38,469 
4,004.0 



11,377 
13,278 
5,860.2 



3.144 

4.775 

3.305.4 



9.840 

2,624 

16,217 

5,643.1 



12,114 
18,334 
5,024.1 



6.773 

7,919 

8,077 

5,6187 



4.067 

6.607 

6.672 

5,245.2 



8,580 

1,584 

1,715 

24,763 

24,857 

6,345.6 



3.412 

6,678 

6,739 

4,478.1 



4,910 

3,487 

3,352 

25,802 

6.301.9 



43 
64 
65 
6.8 



23 
10.2 



12 

20 

13.8 



32 
5 

53 
18.4 



6 

6 

6 

4.2 



3 
I 
I 

27 
27 
6.9 



1,3 



I 
I 
18 

4.4 



157 
433 
441 
45.9 



137 
143 
63.1 



25 

49 

33.9 



115 
40.0 



93 
126 
34.5 



23 

25 

26 

18.1 



50 

51 

51 

40.1 



10 

89 

90 

23.0 



31 

71 

72 
47.8 



34 

27 

9 

145 

35.4 



1,246 
1,714 
1.730 
1 80. 1 



276 

285 

125.8 



106 
128 
88.6 



273 

56 

401 

139.5 



325 
354 
97.0 



165 

175 

176 

122.4 



159 
183 
184 

144.7 



122 
24 
14 
306 
308 
78.6 



46 

71 

72 

47.8 



117 

116 

52 

627 

153.1 



799 
2.387 
2,445 
254.5 



634 

763 

336.7 



341 

515 

356.5 



620 

216 

1,083 

376.9 



350 

757 
207.4 



46 
63 
65 

45.2 



971 
1,112 
1,115 
876.6 



460 

148 

77 

1,527 

1.533 

391.3 



128 
378 
380 

252.5 



531 

338 

261 

2,216 

541,2 



5,007 

9.529 

9.774 

I.OI7.3 



3,034 

3.498 

1.543.8 



505 

811 

561.4 



2.266 

659 

4.020 

1,398.8 



2,273 
3,276 
897.7 



2,040 

2,356 

2,388 

1,661.2 



1,209 

1,843 

1.854 

1.457.5 



1.709 

459 

390 

7,948 

7,970 

2,034.6 



436 
1,178 
1,189 
790.1 



1,061 

972 

747 

6,503 

1,588.3 



8,446 
24,515 
25,233 
2,626.4 



7.691 

9.098 

4.015.3 



2,481 

3,704 

2,564,0 



6,807 

1,827 

11,042 

3,842.3 



9.089 
14.070 
3.855.7 



4.306 

5.080 

5,193 

3.612.5 



2,657 

4,431 

4,479 

3,521.1 



5.705 

929 

1.146 

14.149 

14.212 

3,628.1 



2,839 

5.192 

5,238 

3.4807 



3.542 
2.271 
2,468 
17,640 
4,308.4 



1.730 
3,371 
3.462 
360.3 



652 

682 

301.0 



158 

260 

180.0 



767 

138 

1.155 

401.9 



270.7 



427 

483 

496 

345.0 



201 

333 

339 

266.5 



1. 166 
196 
179 
2,666 
2,675 
682.9 



137 

308 

312 

207.3 



307 

244 

137 

1,659 

405,2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



94 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Propeny 
cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 
theft 



Memphis, Tn.-Ar.-Ms. MSA 

(Includes Shelby and Tipton Counties, 
Tn . Cnttenden County. Ar. and 
De Soto County, Ms.) 

City of Memphis. Tn 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Merced, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Merced County.) 

City of Merced 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Vliami-Hialeah. Fl. MSA 

(Includes Dade County.) 
City of: 

Miami 

Hialeah 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Vliddlesex-Somerset- Hunterdon. 

SJ. M.S.A 

(Includes Hunterdon. Middlesex and 
Somerset Counties,) 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

vliddletown. Ct. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Middlesex County.) 

City of Middletown 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Vltdland. Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Midland County.) 

City of Midland 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Vlilwaukee, Wi. MSA 

(Includes Milwaukee, Ozaukee. 
Washington and Waukesha Counties.) 

City of Milwaukee 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

VHnneapolis-St. Paul, Mn.-Wi. M.Sj\. . 
(Includes Anoka. Car\'er. Chisago. 
Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti. Ramsey. 
Scott. Washington and Wnght 
Counties, Mn,, and St. Croix 
County. Wi.) 
City of: 

I Minneapolis. Mn 

St. Paul. Mn 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Modesto. Ca. M.S.A 

{Includes Stanislaus County.) 

City of Modesto 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Monmouth-Ocean, NJ. MSA 

(Includes Monmouth and Ocean 
Counties! 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Monroe, La. M.S.A 

(Includes Ouachita Pansh.) 

City of Monroe 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



996.272 



619.981 


63,137 


87.8% 


73,354 


100.0% 


77.689 




7.798.0 


182,115 




57,386 


3.582 


100.0% 


8.587 




4,715.2 



1,987,853 



367.945 
192.931 
100.0% 



1,023,740 

100.0% 

65,552 

42.812 
100.0% 

108,885 

91.351 
100,0% 

1,450,762 



636,.142 
100,0% 



2,495,640 



990,090 

100.0% 

143,2«8 

55.325 
100.0% 



67.678 

15.767 

254.168 

12,786.1 



40.904 
3,995.5 



2.422 

3,043 

4,642.1 



6,574 

7.571 

6,953.2 



57,551 
87,257 
6,014.6 



373,303 


42,115 


275.776 


21,765 


100.0% 


139.078 




5,572,8 


378,235 




168.161 


11.307 


100.0% 


25.461 




6.731,5 



39.574 
3.997.0 



6.976 
10.381 
7,245.9 



8.818 

9,890 

10,344 

1.038.3 



295 

881 

483.8 



15,645 

1,928 

43,632 

2.1949 



2,672 
261.0 



101 

127 

193.7 



997 
1,059 
972,6 



6.228 
7,549 
520.3 



5,889 
2,731 
11,729 
470.0 



1,006 
3.042 
804.3 



2.767 
279,5 



1.021 
1.274 
889.2 



54,319 
63,464 
67,345 
6,759.7 



3,287 

7,706 

4,231,4 



52,033 

13,839 

210.536 

10,591,1 



38,232 
3,734.5 



2,321 

2,916 

1,448.4 



5,577 

6,512 

5,980.6 



51,323 
79,708 
5,494.2 



36.226 

19,034 

127,349 

5,102.9 



10.301 
22,419 
5.927,3 



36,807 

3,717,5 



5,955 

9,107 

6,356.6 



169 
191 
200 
201 



1 

7 
3.8 



134 

28 

361 



20 
2.0 



3 

3 

4.6 



163 
175 
12.1 



64 
12 
96 
3.8 



7 
24 
6,3 



30 
3,0 



4 
11 

7.7 



653 

777 
861 
86.4 



253 

43 

1.232 

62.0 



168 
16,4 



15 
16 

24,4 



77 

89 

81,7 



502 
605 
41,7 



744 

286 

1,400 

56.1 



69 
182 
48,1 



213 
21,5 



36 

59 

41,2 



4,504 
4,771 
4,845 
486.3 



97 
178 
97,7 



i,542 



21,229 
1,067,9 



932 
91,0 



32 

40 

61,0 



131 

137 

125,8 



4.252 
4,620 
318.5 



2.610 

850 

4,146 

166,1 



290 

602 

159.2 



735 
74.2 



135 

166 

115.9 



3.492 
4.151 
4,438 
445.5 



171 

629 

345.4 



6,716 

975 

20,810 

1,046,9 



1,552 
151.6 



51 

68 

103.7 



781 

824 

756.8 



1.311 
2.149 
148.1 



2.471 
1.583 
6.087 
243.9 



640 
2.234 
5906 



1,789 
180.7 



846 
1.038 

724.5 



16.580 
19,094 
20.566 
2,064.3 



760 

2,348 

1,289.3 



12.601 

3.210 

51,075 

2,569.4 



7.172 
700.6 



471 

552 

842.1 



1.679 

1.980 

1,818.4 



9.431 
13.697 
944,1 



8.990 

4.583 

25,456 

1,020.0 



2,396 

6.222 

1,645.0 



7,853 
793.2 



1.316 

2.428 
1,694,7 



24,357 
29,981 
32,099 
3,221.9 



2,233 

4,729 

2,596.7 



30.751 

7.835 

123.969 

6.236.3 



26,389 
2.577.7 



1.542 

2,001 

3,052.5 



3,536 
4.109 

3.773.7 



28.322 
50.610 
3,488.5 



22,155 
12,124 
89,262 
3,576.7 



6,805 
14,089 
3,724.9 



27,028 
2,729.9 



4.400 

6,280 

4,383.4 



13.382 
14.389 
14.680 
1.473.5 



294 

629 

345.4 



8,681 

2,794 

35.492 

1.785.4 



4.671 
456.3 



.308 

363 

553.8 



362 

423 
388.5 



13,570 
15,401 
1,061.6 



5,081 
2,327 
12,631 
506.1 



i.lOO 
2,108 
557,3 



1,926 
194.5 



239 
399 

278.5 



iee footnotes at end of table. 



95 



Table 6. — Index of Crime. Metropolitan Statistical .^reas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cntne^ 



Property 
c^m^' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robben' 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larcenv- 
tbeft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MoBtgonKry. Al. MSA 

(Includes Autauga, Elmore and 
Montgomery Counties.) 

City of Montgomery 

Total area actually reporting — 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants ... 

Muskegon. Mi. M,S.\. 

(Includes Muskegon County.) 

City of Muskegon 

Total area actually reporting .... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

N^iks, R MSA. 

(Includes Collier County.) 

City of Naples 

Total area aaually reporting .... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Ntshua. SH. MSA. 

(Includes part of Hillsborough and 
Rockingham Counties.) 

City of Nashua 

Total area actually reporting .... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

NishYlUe, Tn. MS-A. 

(Includes Cheatham, Davidson, 
Dickson, Robertson, Rutherford, 
Sumner. Williamson and Wilson 
Counties.) 

City of Nashville 

Total area actually reporting .... 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Nassio-Soffolk. N.Y. MSA. 

(Includes Nassau and Suffolk 
Counties.) 
Total area actually reporting — 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Newark, NJ. MSA 

(Includes Essex, Moms, Sussex and 
Union Counties.) 

City of Newark 

Total area actually reporting .... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

New Bedford. Ma. M5A 

(Includes pan of Bnstol and 
Plymouth Counties.) 

City of New Bedford 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .... 

New Britain, Ct MSA. 

(Includes part of Hartford Coimly.) 

City of New Bntain 

Total area aaually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitanu .... 

New Haven-.Meriden. Ct. MSA. 

(Includes part of .Middlesex and 
New Haven Counties.) 
City of 

New Haven 

Menden 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitanB .... 
New London-Norwich, Cl-RJ. 

MSA 

(Includes pan of New London and 
Wingham Counties, Ct.. and 
Washington County. R.I.) 
City of: 

New London. Ct 

Norwich, Ct 

Total area actually reponing . . . . 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 



298,211 



189,347 


16,248 


99.7% 


21,217 


100.0% 


21,277 




7.134.9 


160.222 




40.598 


5,648 


100.0% 


12,181 




7,602.6 


156.085 




20.016 


1,520 


100.0% 


9,426 




6,039.0 



175,656 



79,356 
100.0% 



I.000J2I 



507,328 
83.8% 
100,0% 

2,618J>76 



99.9% 
100.0% 



1,831,545 



276.510 
100.0% 

179.264 



99.583 
88.9% 
100.0% 

148J61 

75.580 
100.0% 

563J84 



130.627 
59,549 
100.0% 



283,745 



28,573 
37,435 
100.0% 



2,762 

4,990 

2.840.8 



43.958 
59,103 
64,294 
6.427.3 



109.971 
1 10,009 
4.200.5 



40.940 
121,304 
6.623.0 



6,872 

9,571 

10,343 

5,769.7 



6,396 

9,247 

6.232.8 



19.492 

3.041 

38.314 

6,800.7 



1.711 
2,538 
2,546 
853.8 



726 
1.244 
776.4 



126 
1,325 
848.9 



76 
129 
73.4 



7,989 

9,645 

10,148 

1,014.5 



7,729 
7,732 
295.2 



9.402 
18.837 
1,028.5 



1,337 
1,619 
1,702 
949.4 



667 

747 

503.5 



3,525 

151 

4,408 

782.4 



14.537 
18.679 
18.731 
6.281.1 



4.922 
10.937 
6.826.2 



1,394 

8.101 

5,190.1 



2,686 

4.861 

2,767.3 



35,969 
49,458 
54,146 
5,412.9 



102,242 
102,277 
3,905.2 



31,538 
102.467 
5,594.6 



5,535 

7,952 

8.641 

4,820.3 



5,729 

8,500 

5,729.3 



15,967 

2,890 

33.906 

6,018.3 



36 

43 

43 

14.4 



12 

7.7 



3 

4 

2.3 



110 
120 
12.0 



89 
89 
3.4 



168 
9.2 



6 

6 

6 

3.3 



6 

8 

5.4 



34 

1 

41 

7.3 



160 
196 
196 
65.7 



27 
106 
66.2 



3 
151 
96.7 



18 
43 

24.5 



514 
629 
676 
67.6 



268 
268 
10.2 



244 
677 
37.0 



74 

81 

84 

46.9 



52 

59 

39.8 



118 

5 

185 

32.8 



570 
662 
664 

222.7 



157 

263 

164.1 



30 

223 

142.9 



23 

29 

16.5 



2,648 
2,851 
2,925 
292.4 



3,593 
3,594 

137.2 



5,201 
10,221 
558.1 



377 

402 

418 

233.2 



305 

354 
238.6 



1,355 

79 

1,657 

294.1 



945 
1.637 
1,643 
551.0 



539 

872 

544.2 



93 

939 

601.6 



32 

53 

30.2 



4,739 
6,055 
6,427 
642.5 



3,779 
3,781 
144.4 



3,869 

7,771 
424.3 



880 
1,130 
1,194 
666.1 



304 

326 

219.7 



2,018 
66 

2,525 
448.2 



4,364 

5,762 

5,774 

1,936.2 



1,283 

2,472 

1,542.9 



286 

2.432 

1,558.1 



434 

934 

531.7 



10,321 
13,527 
15,066 
1,506.1 



21,573 

21,580 

824.0 



6,180 
21,235 
1,1594 



2,059 

2,683 

2,852 

1,590.9 



1,335 

2,072 

1,396.6 



4,146 

765 

8,000 

1,420.0 



9,200 
11.748 
11.784 
3,951.6 



3,184 

7.677 

4.791.5 



1.033 

5.112 

3,275.1 



1,966 

3,517 

2,002.2 



21,807 
31,360 
34,133 
3,412.2 



62,909 
62.934 
2.403.0 



11.397 
50.119 
2,736.4 



2,115 

3,408 

3,808 

2.124.2 



3.432 

5,230 

3,525.2 



8,041 

1,798 

19,902 

3,532.6 



973 
1,169 

1,173 
393.3 



455 

788 

491.8 



75 

557 

356.9 



286 

410 

233.4 



3,841 

4,571 
4,947 
494.5 



17,760 
17,763 
678.2 



13,961 
31,113 
1,698.7 



1,361 

1,861 

1,981 

1,105.1 



962 
1,198 
807.5 



3,780 

327 

6,004 

1,065.7 



2,525 

1,760 

10,560 

3,721.7 



294 

171 

937 

330.2 



2,231 

1.589 

9.623 

3.391.4 



1 

6 
2.1 



20 

27 

84 

29.6 



31 
180 
63.4 



184 

112 

667 

235.1 



632 

406 

2,538 

894.5 



1,412 

1,091 

6,429 

2,265.8 



187 

92 

656 

231.2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



96 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas. 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Clime 
Index 

total 



Violent 
crime-' 



Property 
cnrae^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 

rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



New Orleans. La. MSA 

(Includes Jefferson, Orleans. St. 
Bernard. St. Charles. St. John the 
Baptist and St. Tammany Panshes.) 

City of New Orleans 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

New York. N.Y. MSA. 

(Includes Bronx, Kings, New York. 
Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland 
and Westchester Counties,) 

City of New York 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Norfolk-Vir^oia Beach-Newport 

News, Va. MSA 

(Includes Gloucester, James City and 
^'ork Counties, and Chesapeake. 
Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk. 
Portsmouth, Poquoson, Suffolk. 
Virginia Beach and Williamsburg 
Cities.) 

City of: 

Norfolk 

Virginia Beach 

Newport News 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Norwalk, Ct. MSA 

(Includes pan of Fairfield County.) 

City of Norwalk 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Oakland, Ca. MSA.^ 

(Includes Alameda and Contra Costa 
Counties.) 

City of Oakland' 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Ocala. n. MSA 

(Includes Manon County.) 

City of Ocala 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Odessa, Tx. MSA. 

(Includes Ector County.) 

City of Odessa 

Total area artually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Oklahoma City. Ok. M.Sj\ 

(Includes Canadian, Cleveland. 
Logan, McClain. Oklahoma and 
Pottawatomie Counties.) 

City of Oklahoma City 

Total area anually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Olympia, Wa. M.SjV. 

(Includes Thurston County.) 

City of Olympia 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Omaha, Nb.-Ia. MSA.' 

(Includes Douglas. Sarpy and 
Washington Counties. Nb.. and 
Pottawattamie County. la.) 

City of Omaha. Nb 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitanB 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1,248.294 



500,791 
92.1% 
100.0% 

8,578,871 



7,350,023 
99.5% 
100.0% 



l,418JS5 



2,126,283 



968,086 



623,840 



338,987 
100.0% 



54,238 
104.532 
1 10.343 
8,839.5 



678.855 
726.250 
727,870 
8.484.4 



265,392 


24,529 


399,334 


23,398 


172,755 


11,745 


100.0% 


94,849 




6,687.3 


127,526 




78.423 


5.491 


100.0% 


6.673 




5,232.7 



379,995 


46,308 


100.0% 


158.586 




7.458,4 


199J37 




43.146 


6,357 


100.0% 


13,601 




6,802.6 


121,471 




91.613 


12.800 


100.0% 


14,643 




12,054.7 



449.025 


49,720 


100.0% 


77.912 




8,048.0 


166.248 




34,892 


2.604 


98.6% 


7,882 


100.0% 


8,057 




4,846.4 



24,004 
28.996 
4,648.0 



10.969 
16,905 
17,572 
1.407,7 



170.390 

175.248 
175,371 
2,044.2 



3,074 
1,087 
1.275 
9.019 
635,9 



453 

484 

379,5 



9,484 
22.055 
1,037.3 



761 

2,034 

1,017,3 



848 

913 

751.6 



5,066 
7,008 
723.9 



117 

448 

459 

276.1 



3,242 
3,412 
546.9 



43,269 
87,627 
92,771 
7,431.8 



508,465 
551,002 
552.499 
6,440,2 



21.455 
22,311 
10.470 
85,830 
6,051.4 



5.038 

6.189 

4,853.1 



36.824 
136,531 
6,421.1 



5,596 
11,567 
5,785.3 



11.952 

13,730 

11.303.1 



44,654 
70,904 
7,324.1 



2,487 

7,434 

7.598 

4.570,3 



20,762 
25,584 
4,101.1 



345 
430 
439 

35,2 



2.154 
2,200 
2,202 

25.7 



86 

27 

18 

215 

15.2 



149 
306 

14.4 



6 
13 
6.5 



17 

18 

14.8 



56 
73 
7.5 



35 
36 
5.8 



302 
628 
666 
53.4 



2.892 

3.056 

3,062 

35.7 



205 
127 
107 
703 
49.6 



18 

18 

14.1 



460 
1.021 
48.0 



26 

73 

36.5 



85 
104 
85.6 



473 
666 
68.8 



25 
117 
119 
71.6 



207 
231 
37.0 



5,969 
7.871 
8.038 
643,9 



98.512 
100.817 
100.858 

1.175.7 



1.530 

512 

484 

3.991 

281.4 



210 

216 

169.4 



3.933 

8.327 
391.6 



295 

457 

228.6 



177 

199 

163.8 



1.499 
1,864 
192,5 



27 

60 

63 

37,9 



634 

663 

106,3 



4,353 
7,976 
8,429 
675.2 



66.832 

69,175 

69.249 

807.2 



1,253 

421 

666 

4,110 

289,8 



221 

245 

192.1 



4.942 
12.401 
583.2 



434 
1,491 

745.7 



569 

592 
487.4 



3,038 
4,405 
455.0 



65 

269 

275 

165,4 



2,366 
2,482 
397.9 



12,400 
22,550 
23.791 
1,905.9 



112.015 
120,316 
120,619 
1,406,0 



4,571 
4,162 
2,441 
17,262 

1,217.0 



1.268 

1.545 

1,211.5 



8,848 
30,737 
1,445.6 



1.272 

3.752 

1,876.6 



2.297 

2.738 

2,254.0 



11.825 
18,790 
1.940.9 



366 

1,708 

1,736 

1.044,2 



3,986 
4,861 
779.2 



20.977 
49,942 
53,370 

4,275.4 



256,473 
283,828 
284,852 
3.320.4 



13,935 

16,824 

7.177 

60.248 

4,247.7 



2,984 

3,743 

2.935.1 



20.695 
86.394 
4,063.1 



4.074 

7,185 

3.593,6 



9.129 
10,375 
8,541,1 



26,929 
44.243 
4,570.2 



2,000 

5.397 

5,522 

3.321,5 



15,040 
18,776 
3,009,7 



9,892 
15.135 
15,610 
1.250,5 



139,977 
146.858 
147.028 
1,713.8 



2.949 
1.325 
852 
8.320 
586.6 



786 

901 

706.5 



7.281 
19.400 
912,4 



250 

630 

315.1 



526 

617 

507,9 



5,900 
7,871 
813,0 



121 

329 

340 

204.5 



1,736 
1,947 
312,1 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Orange County, N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Orange County.) 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Owensboro, Ky. M.S.A 

(Includes Daviess County.) 

City of Owensboro 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Oxnard-Veolufa, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Ventura County.) 
City of 

Oxnard 

Ventura 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Paoama City, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Bay County.) 

City of Panama City 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Peoria, II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Peona, Tazewell and 
Woodford Counties.) 

City of Peoria' 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Philadelphia, Pa.-NJ. M.S.A 

(Includes Bucks, Chester, Delaware, 
Montgomery and Philadelphia 
Counties, Pa., and Burlington, 
Camden and Gloucester Counties, N.J.) 

City of Philadelphia, Pa 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Phoenix, At M.S.A 

(Includes Mancopa County.) 

City of Phoenix 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Pine Bluff, Ar. M.S.A 

(Includes Jefferson County.) 

City of Pine Bluff 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Pittsburgh, Pa. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Allegheny, Fayette. 
Washington and Westmoreland 
Counties) 

City of Pittsburgh' 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Piltsfield, Ma. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Berkshire County.) 

City of Pitlsfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Portland, Me. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Cumberland and 
York Counties.) 

City of Portland 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



308,786 



98.3% 
100.0% 



87,843 



53.951 
100.0% 



682,947 



342,494 



114.619 
99.3% 
100.0% 

4,886,M5 



2,069,121 



11.065 
11,271 
3,650.1 



2,712 

3.275 

3,728.2 



145,178 


9.808 


93.153 


5.554 


100.0% 


30,235 




4,427.1 


130,319 




35,279 


3,602 


100.0% 


8.783 




6,739.6 



1,596,699 


109,139 


99.3% 


236,226 


100.0% 


237,221 




4,854.6 


2,171,215 




995,895 


99.172 


100.0% 


177,593 




8,179.4 


86,260 




57.657 


5,516 


100.0% 


6,277 




7,276.8 



372.349 


30,603 


95.3% 


69,624 


100.0% 


72,471 




3,502.5 


99,588 




48,457 


2,222 


88.4% 


3,015 


100.0% 


3.463 




3,477.3 


233,596 




62.460 


7.503 


100.0% 


13.309 




5,697.4 



1.256 
1,275 
412.9 



122 

203 

231.1 



1,655 

418 

3,611 

528.7 



357 

872 

669.1 



22,481 

36,996 

37,087 

759.0 



11,010 
16,749 

771.4 



837 

937 

1,086.3 



4.294 
8,620 



429,1 



348 

412 

460 

461,9 



489 

645 

276.1 



9,809 

9,996 

3,237.2 



2,590 

3,072 

3,497.1 



8,153 

5,136 

26,624 

3.898.4 



3,245 

7,911 

6,070.5 



9,193 
14,789 
14,902 
4.351.0 



86,658 
199,230 
200,134 
4.095.6 



88,162 
160,844 
7,408.0 



4,679 

5,340 

6,1906 



26,309 
61,004 
63,593 
3,073.4 



1.874 

2,603 

3,003 

3,015.4 



7.014 
1 2,664 
5,421.3 



13 
13 
4.2 



2 

3 

3.4 



6 

38 
5.6 



5 

12 
9.2 



18 
21 
21 
6.1 



440 
556 
557 
11,4 



128 
203 
9.3 



9 

10 

11.6 



36 
66 
68 
3.3 



4 

6 

2.6 



91 

92 

29.8 



26 

27 

30.7 



74 

42 

235 

34.4 



25 

69 

52.9 



904 
1,732 
1,738 

35.6 



480 
902 
41.5 



54 
64 

74.2 



300 
685 
701 
33.9 



10 

12 

14 

14.1 



76 
99 

42.4 



330 

336 

108.8 



37 

45 

51.2 



518 

145 

975 

142.8 



52 

95 

72.9 



499 
530 

533 
155.6 



13,921 
18,759 
18.779 
384.3 



3,448 

4,727 
217.7 



212 

217 

251.6 



2,704 
3,741 
3,799 
183.6 



31 
38 

47 
47,2 



120 
145 
62,1 



822 

834 

270.1 



57 

128 

145.7 



1,055 

225 

2,363 

346.0 



275 

696 

534.1 



1,129 
1,396 
1.401 
409.1 



7,216 
15,949 
16,013 

327.7 



6,954 
10,917 
502.8 



562 

646 

748.9 



1,254 
4,128 
4,310 
208.3 



305 

360 

397 

398.6 



289 

395 

169.1 



2,391 

2,427 
786.0 



556 
714 



2,125 

1.273 

7,357 

1,077.2 



- 666 

1,897 

1.455.7 



2,503 

3,933 

3,954 

1,154.5 



21,460 

44,575 

44,737 

915.5 



24,219 
40,496 
1,865.1 



1,861 

2,213 

2.565.5 



5.891 
14.299 
14.763 

713.5 



728 

968 

1,066 

1,0704 



1,837 

3,030 

1,297.1 



6.974 

7,108 

2.301.9 



1,926 

2,230 

2.538.6 



5,047 

3,395 

16,304 

2,387.3 



2,432 

5,641 

4,328.6 



6.362 
10.283 
10.364 
3.026.0 



40.880 
113,570 
114,214 
2.337.3 



47.338 
95.039 

4,377.2 



2,426 

2.702 

3,132.4 



12,942 
32,910 
34,753 
1,679.6 



1,018 

1,466 

1,698 

1,705.0 



4,699 

8.927 

3.821.6 



444 

461 

149.3 



108 

128 

145.7 



981 

468 

2,963 

433.9 



147 

373 

286.2 



328 

573 

584 

1705 



24,318 

41,085 

41,183 

842.S 



16,605 
25,309 
1,165.7 



392 

425 

492.7 



7.476 
13.795 
14,077 

680.3 



128 

169 

239 

2400 



478 

.707 

302.7 



See footnotes at end of table. 



98 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Melropolitan Slatistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnrae 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme-' 



Properly 
crime^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Ponlaixl, Or. M5.A 

(Includes Clackamas. Multnomah, 
Washington and Yamhill Counties.) 

City of Portland 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Pooghkeepsie, N,Y, M5j\ 

(Includes Dutchess County.) 

City of Poughkeepsie 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabiunts 

ProvideiKe, R.I. IV1.S,A 

(Includes pan of Bristol, Kent, 
Newport, Providence and Washington 
Counties,) 

City of Providence 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Provo-Orem, Ul. MSA 

(Includes Utah County.) 
City of: 

Provo 

Orem 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabiunts 

Pueblo, Co, MSA 

(Includes Pueblo County.) 

City of Pueblo 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Racine, Wi. MSA 

(Includes Racine County.) 

City of Racine 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Raleigh-Durham, N,C. MSA 

(Includes Durham, Franklin, Orange 
and Wake Counties.) 
City of: 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Rapid City, S.D, MSA 

(Includes Pennington County.) 

City of Rapid City 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Reading, Pa. MSA 

(Includes Berks County.) 

City of Reading 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Redding, Ca. MSA 

(Includes Shasta County.) 

City of Redding 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Reno, N». MSA 

(Includes Washoe County.) 

City of Reno 

Total area actually repotting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



1,274,672 



449,671 


50,281 


99.9% 


86,345 


100.0% 


86,407 




6,778.8 


260,427 




28,952 


2,273 


98.9% 


9.228 


100.0% 


9,342 




3,587.2 



666,025 



160,835 
100.0% 

270,797 



89,211 
69,410 
100.0% 

126,134 

99,990 
100.0% 

177,294 

85,387 
100.0% 

746,925 



16,330 
35,406 
5,316.0 



3,310 

3,089 

10,698 

3,950.6 



7,774 

8,640 

6,849.9 



8,072 
11,110 
6,266.4 



211,350 


16,464 


138,844 


14,181 


99.8% 


49,135 


100.0% 


49,263 




6,595.4 


82,158 




55,070 


4,200 


100.0% 


5.000 




6,085.8 


338,752 




78,903 


7,370 


98.8% 


12,918 


100.0% 


13,032 




3,847.1 


150,097 




67.846 


4,368 


100.0% 


7,336 




4,887,5 


272,077 




143,001 


12,089 


100.0% 


18,831 




6,921.2 



8,121 
10,173 
10,176 

798.3 



374 

971 

980 

376.3 



2,055 
3,391 
509.1 



102 

71 

379 

140.0 



1,610 

1,688 

1,338.3 



866 

955 

538.7 



1.761 
1.614 
4.760 
4.774 
639.2 



324 

406 

494.2 



901 
1,371 
1,381 
407.7 



408 

655 

436,4 



1,134 
1,833 
673.7 



42,160 
76,172 
76,231 
5,980.4 



1,899 

8,257 

8.362 

3,210.9 



14,275 
32,015 
4,806,9 



3,208 

3,018 

10,319 

3,810.6 



6.164 

6.952 

5,511,6 



7,206 
10.155 
5,727.8 



14.703 
12,567 
44,375 
44.489 
5,956.3 



3,876 

4,594 

5,591,7 



6.469 
11,547 
11,651 
3.439.4 



3,960 

6,681 

4.451.1 



10,955 
16,998 
6,247.5 



18 

27 
4.1 



13 

15 

11.9 



25 
30 
77 
77 
103 



3 

3 

3.7 



3 
10 

6.7 



9 
21 

7.7 



464 
825 
825 
64,7 



13 

47 

47 

18.0 



107 
199 
29,9 



41 

30 
105 
38,8 



80 



69.8 



34 

41 

23.1 



120 
98 
292 
293 
39.2 



61 

97 

118.1 



72 
107 
71.3 



167 
254 
93.4 



2,723 
3,371 
3,372 
264,5 



197 

269 

272 

104 4 



804 

974 

146.2 



17 
6 

33 
12,2 



152 

162 

128.4 



377 

406 

229.0 



652 

771 

1,721 

1,725 

230,9 



52 

53 

64.5 



467 

517 

519 

153.2 



96 
126 
83.9 



427 

555 

204.0 



4,881 
5,902 
5,904 
463.2 



158 

642 

648 

248.8 



1,126 
2,191 
329.0 



44 

35 

240 

88.6 



1,365 

1,423 

1,128,2 



446 

498 

280.9 



964 

715 

2,670 

2,679 

358.7 



208 

253 

307,9 



388 
768 

775 
228.8 



237 
412 

274.5 



531 
1,003 
368.6 



9,503 
17.177 
17.188 
1,348,4 



572 
1,909 
1,929 
740.7 



3,707 

7,715 

1,158.4 



424 

247 

1.260 

465.3 



1.547 

1,744 

1,382,7 



1,644 

2.184 

1,231.9 



3,934 
5,007 
14,301 
14,332 
1,918.8 



574 

744 

905.6 



2,080 
3,136 
3,155 
931,4 



986 

1,904 

1,268.5 



2.155 

3,617 

1,329,4 



26.250 
49,401 
49,445 
3,879.0 



1,217 

5,937 

6,012 

2,308.5 



6,865 
18,281 

2.744,8 



2,642 

2.681 

8.666 

3,200.2 



4,267 

4,824 

3,824,5 



4,547 

6,801 

3,836,0 



9,881 

6,802 

27,528 

27.605 

3,695.8 



3.124 

3.630 

4.418.3 



3,744 

7,444 

7.518 

2,219,3 



2,679 

4,286 

2,855,5 



8,168 
12,375 
4.548,3 



6,407 
9.594 
9,598 
753.0 



110 

411 

421 

161.7 



3.703 
6,019 
903,7 



142 

90 

393 

145,1 



350 

384 

304,4 



1.015 
1,170 
659.9 



758 
2,546 
2,552 
341.7 



178 

220 

267.8 



645 

967 

978 

288.7 



295 

491 

327.1 



632 
1,006 
369.7 



See footnotes at end of table. 



99 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnrae 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Clime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



RichUod-Kennewick-Pasco, Wa. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Benton and Franklin 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Richland 

Kennewick 

Pasco 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Richmond-Petersburg, Va. M.S.A 

(Includes Colonial Heights, Hopewell. 
Petersburg and Richmond Cities, and 
Charles City, Chesterfield, Dinwiddle, 
Goochland, Hanover. Henrico. New 
Kent, Powhatan and Prince George 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Richmond 

Petersburg 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Roanoke, Va. M.S.A 

(Includes Roanoke and Salem Cities, 
and Botetourt and Roanoke Counties.) 

City of Roanoke 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Rochester, Mn, M,S.A 

(Includes Olmsted County.) 

City of Rochester 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Rochester, N.V. M.S,A 

(Includes Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, 
Orleans and Wayne Counties.) 

City of Rochester 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Rockford, II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Boone and Winnebago 
Counties.) 

City of Rockford' 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Sacramento. Ca. M,S,A 

(Includes El Dorado, Placer, 
Sacramento and Yolo Counties.) 

City of Sacramento 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland. Mi. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Bay, Midland and Saginaw 
Counties.) 
City of 

Saginaw 

Bay City 

Midland 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total , . . 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

St. Cloud. Mn, M.S.A 

(Includes Benton. Sherburne and 
Steams Counties.) 

City of St. Cloud 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

St, Joseph, Mo. M.S.A 

(Includes Buchanan County.) 

City of St. Joseph 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 



154.694 



33,319 
43,465 
20,969 
100.0% 

879.431 



206,292 
38,997 
100.0% 

228,052 



97.933 
100.0% 

107,853 

71,665 
100.0% 

1,006,149 



232,504 
100.0% 

286.501 



140.796 
100.0% 

1,511,943 



377,058 
100.0% 



402.426 



193,395 



1.283 
3.716 
2,274 
9,051 
5,850.9 



23,917 

3,266 

54,829 

6,234.6 



8,754 
12,626 
5,536.5 



3,665 

4,310 

3,996.2 



26,030 
52,837 
5,251.4 



38,076 
109,011 
7,210,0 



70,055 


8.744 


39,240 


2.433 


38,349 


1,427 


99,4% 


23,406 


lOO.O^o 


23,536 




5,848.5 



49,445 


3,032 


100.0% 


6,473 




3,347.0 


83,74* 




72.426 


4,607 


100.0% 


4,817 




5,751.9 



43 

139 

220 

602 

389.2 



3,414 

450 

5,203 

591.6 



718 

908 

398.2 



130 

152 

140.9 



2.409 
3,443 
342.2 



4.896 
12.011 
794.4 



116 

245 
126.7 



346 
395 

471.7 



1,240 
3,577 
2,054 
8,449 
5,461.8 



20,503 

2,816 

49,626 

5,643.0 



8,036 
11,718 
5,138.3 



3,535 

4,158 

3,855.2 



23,621 
49,394 
4,909.2 



12,725 
18,886 
6,591 9 



33,180 
97.000 
6.415-6 



2,391 


6.353 


236 


2.197 


63 


1,364 


3,668 


19,738 


3,679 


19,857 


914.2 


4,934.3 



2,916 

6,228 

3,220.4 



4,261 

4,422 

5,280.3 



2 

3 

5 

3.2 



116 



157 
17.9 



14 
16 
7.0 



64 

76 
7.6 



66 
147 
9.7 



3 

6 

3.1 



2.4 



32 

21 

107 

69.2 



150 

33 

326 

37.1 



50 

73 

32.0 



17 

18 

16.7 



166 
262 
26.0 



221 
691 
45.7 



198 

39 

30 

418 

419 

104,1 



23 

57 

29.5 



33 
38 

45.4 



4 

41 

49 

98 

63.4 



1,449 

139 

2,086 

237.2 



272 

310 

135.9 



27 

27 

25.0 



1.367 
1.639 
162.9 



531 

584 

203.8 



2,280 
4,304 
284.7 



576 

43 

3 

772 

775 

192.6 



11.4 



35 

37 

44.2 



31 

64 
147 
392 

253.4 



1,699 

270 

2,634 

299.5 



382 

509 

223.2 



86 
107 
99.2 



1.466 

145.7 



958 
1,167 
407.3 



2,329 
6,869 
454.3 



1,586 
152 
30 
2,437 
2,444 
607,3 



75 
160 

82.7 



276 
318 

379.7 



402 

1,772 
1,145.5 



4,822 
- 710 
10,042 
1,141.9 



1,606 
2,238 
981.4 



656 

867 

803.9 



5,980 
10,114 
1,005.2 



3,418 

4,866 

1,698.4 



7,753 
23,876 
1,579,2 



2,041 

470 

133 

4,480 

4,500 

1,118.2 



385 
1,035 
535.2 



821 

875 

1.044.8 



996 

2,766 

1,544 

6,339 

4,097,8 



12,941 

1,869 

35,318 

4,016.0 



6,085 

9,000 

3,946.5 



2,714 

3,070 

2,846.5 



15,644 
35,948 
3,572.8 



8.079 
12,496 
4,361.6 



17,870 
56,262 
3,721.2 



3,931 
1,592 
1,192 
14,264 
14,350 
3,565.9 



2,362 

4,795 

2,479.4 



3,178 

3,271 

3,905,9 



36 
123 
108 
338 

218.5 



2,740 

237 

4,266 

485.1 



345 

480 

210.5 



165 

221 
204.9 



1,997 
3,332 
331.2 



1.228 
1,524 
531.9 



7,557 
16,862 
1,115.3 



381 

135 

39 

994 

1,007 

250,2 



169 

398 

205,8 



262 

276 

329.6 



See footnotes at end of table. 



100 



lable 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
crime' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



»t. Uuis, Mo.-II. M.S.A.* 

(Includes St. Louts and Sullivan cities 
nd Franklm. Jefferson. St. Charles and 
.t Louis Counties. Mo., and Clinton. 
ersc>, Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair 
ounties, 11.) 

City of St. Louis 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

oilem. Or. M.S.A 

(Includes Marion and Polk Counties.) 

City of Salem 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 mhabilanls 

•alem-Gloucesler, Ma. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Essex County.) 
City of 

Salem 

Gloucester 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

>alina$-Seaside- Monterey, Ca. M.S^. ... 
(includes Monterey County.) 
City of: 

Salinas 

Seaside 

Monterey 

Total area actually repotting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

;alt Lake City-Ogden, Ut. M.S.A 

(includes Davis. Salt Lake and Weber 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Salt Lake City 

Ogden 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total , 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ian Angelo. Tx. M.S.A , 

(Includes Tom Green County.) 

City of San Angelo 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ian Antonio. Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Bexar. Comal and 
Guadalupe Counties.) 

City of San Antonio 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Jan Diego, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes San Diego County.) 

City of San Diego 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ian Francisco. Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Mann, San Francisco and 
San Mateo Counties.) 

City of San Francisco 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

«n Jose, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Santa Clara County.) 

City of San Jose 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



2.475.642 



399,858 


64,103 


99,4% 


155,236 


100.0% 


156,079 




6.304.6 


285,246 




110,806 


9,398 


99.3% 


17.516 


100.0% 


17,618 




6.176.4 



263,451 



37,961 
28.618 
96.6% 
100.0% 

363,061 



111,042 
39.711 
32,619 
100.0% 

1,101,605 



1.329,872 



955,905 
100.0% 

2.550,044 

1.133,681 
100.0% 

1,637,068 



739,039 
100.0% 



1,528,762 



798,542 
100.0*0 



1,756 
1,037 
9.912 
10.259 
3.894.1 



7,651 

1,697 

2,099 

17,870 

4.922.0 



164,313 


20,835 


65.658 


5,618 


99.5% 


74,376 


100.0*0 


74,668 




6,778.1 


100,558 




86.276 


5,685 


100.0% 


6.18: 




6,146.7 



117,486 
139,012 
10,453.0 



96,781 
173.924 
6.820.4 



69.350 
111.167 
6,7906 



42,836 
77,009 
5,037,3 



14,076 
23,147 
23,208 

937.5 



383 
1,144 
1,150 
403.2 



194 
255 
806 
843 
320.0 



7,573 
9.472 
712.2 



13,830 
24,653 
966.8 



12,160 
16,104 
983.7 



5.258 
7,986 
522.4 



50,027 
132,089 
132,871 
5,367.1 



9,015 
16,372 
16.468 

5.773.3 



1.562 

782 

9,106 

9,416 

3,574.1 



1,107 


6,544 


372 


1.325 


189 


1,910 


2,300 


15.570 


633.5 


4.288.5 



1.319 


19,516 


366 


5,252 


4,104 


70,272 


4,117 


70,551 


373.7 


6.404.4 


495 


5.190 


615 


5.566 


611.6 


5.535.1 



109,913 
129,540 
9,740.8 



82,951 
149,271 
5,853.7 



57,190 
95,063 
5,806.9 



37,578 
69.023 
4,515.0 



260 
408 



16.5 



10 
10 
35 



7 

7 

2.7 



25 
6,9 



39 
39 
3.5 



7 

7 

7.0 



208 
238 
17.9 



167 
278 
109 



95 
151 
9.2 



53 

77 
5.0 



342 
693 
696 

28.1 



90 
192 
193 

67.7 



12 

3 

47 

48 

18.2 



42 
26 
20 

144 
39.7 



182 
56 
587 
589 
53.5 



41 

51 

50.7 



789 
59.3 



472 
969 
38.0 



400 
586 
35.8 



445 
684 
44.7 



5,294 
7,833 
7,855 
317.3 



217 

342 

344 

120.6 



36 
3 

116 
123 
46.7 



253 
103 
40 
516 
142.1 



474 
96 
901 
903 
82.0 



41 

44 

43.8 



3,778 
4,073 
306.3 



5,331 
8,399 
329,4 



7.020 
8.227 
502.5 



1.328 
1.990 
130.2 



8,180 
14,213 
14,249 

575.6 



74 
600 
603 

211.4 



145 
249 
636 
665 
252.4 



805 

237 

127 

1,615 

444.8 



649 

212 

2,577 

2,586 

234.7 



406 

513 

510.2 



2,889 
4,372 
328.8 



7,860 
15,007 
588.5 



4,645 
7,140 
436.1 



3,432 
5,235 
342.4 



13,396 
35,739 
35.938 
1,451.7 



1,808 

3,472 

3,490 

1.223.5 



361 

186 

2,079 

2,155 

818.0 



1,173 

255 

383 

3,508 

966.2 



3.460 

783 

11.260 

11,301 

1.025.9 



1,262 

1,363 

1,355.4 



24,941 
30.593 
2.300.4 



17,088 
34,901 
1,368.6 



10,604 
17,480 
1,067.8 



7,403 
13,021 
851.7 



27,381 
79,986 
80,507 
3,252.0 



6.679 
11,885 
11,956 
4,191.5 



844 

511 

5,557 

5.737 

2,177.6 



4,823 

960 

1,408 

10,982 

3,024.8 



14,602 
4.229 
55.652 
55.880 
5.072.6 



3.737 

4,005 

3.982.8 



70.559 
82,652 
6,215.0 



44,645 
79,967 
3,135.9 



34,679 
60.727 
3.709.5 



25.663 
48,991 
3,204.6 



9,250 
16,364 
16,426 

663.5 



528 
1,015 
1,022 
358.3 



357 

85 

1,470 

1,524 

578,5 



548 

110 

119 

1,080 

297.5 



1,454 
240 
3,360 
3,370 
305.9 



191 

198 

196.9 



14,413 
16,295 
1,225.3 



21,218 
34,403 
1,349.1 



11,907 
16,856 
1,029.6 



4.512 
7,011 
458.6 



iec footnotes at end of table. 



101 



Table 6.— Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 

Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Santa Barbara County.) 
City of: 

Santa Barbara 

Santa Maria 

Lompoc 

Total area actually reporting .... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants .... 

Santa Cniz, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Santa Cruz County.) 

City of Santa Cruz 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .... 

Santa Rosa-Petaluma, Ca. M.SA 

(Includes Sonoma County.) 
City of: 

Santa Rosa 

Petaluma 

Total area actually reporting . . . . 
Rale per 100.000 inhabitants ... 

Sarasota, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Sarasota County.) 

City of Sarasota 

Total area actually reporting ... 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ... 

Savannah, Ga. M.S.A 

(Includes Chatham and Effingham 
Counties.) 

City of Savannah 

Total area actually reporting . . . 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ... 

Seattle, Wa, M.S.A 

(Includes King and Snohomish 
Counties.) 

City of Seattle 

Total area actually reporting ... 

Estimated total — 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ... 

Sharon, Pa. M.S.A 

(Includes Mercer County.) 

City of Sharon 

Total area actually reporting ... 
Rale per 100.000 inhabitants ... 

Sheboygan, Wi. M,S,A 

(Includes Sheboygan County,) 

City of Sheboygan 

Total area actually reporting ... 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitanis ... 

Sherman-Denison, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Grayson County.) 
City of: 

Sherman 

Denison 

Total area actually reporting . . . 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants ... 

Shreveport, La, M.S.A 

(Includes Bossier and Caddo 
Parishes.) 

City of Shreveport 

Total area actually reporting ... 
Rate per 100.000 inhabitants ... 

Sioux Falls. S,D. M.S.A 

(Includes Minnehaha County.) 

City of Sioux Falls 

Total area actually reporting , . 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitants .. 

Spokane, Wa. M,S,A 

(Includes Spokane County.) 

Ciiy of Spokane 

Total area actually reporting ... 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants ... 



Population 



377,304 



87,353 
62,560 
38,433 
100.0% 

234,SI6 

50,061 
100.0% 

396,305 



115,673 


6,981 


44,083 


1,914 


100.0% 


18,556 




4,682.3 


281,501 




52,296 


7,826 


100.0% 


20,195 




7,174.0 



248,039 



140,634 
100.0% 

2,033,733 



97,046 



32,275 
21,963 
100.0% 

336.876 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



5,240 

4.562 

1,881 

18,313 

4,853.6 



3,991 
13,707 
5,844.8 



13,798 
19,722 
7,951.2 



532,418 


65,208 


99.8% 


145,244 


100.0% 


145,490 




7,153.8 


121.802 




17,609 


589 


100.0% 


2,842 




2,333.3 


105,219 




50,318 


3,229 


100.0% 


4,433 




4,213.1 



2,874 

2,355 

6.465 

6,661.8 



200,031 


20,199 


100.0% 


26,845 




7,968.8 


125.110 




101.885 


5.184 


100.0% 


5,625 




4,496.0 


372.597 




182.705 


16,218 


96.3% 


23,674 


100.0% 


24,672 




6,621.6 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime' 



673 

423 

182 

1,882 

498.8 



384 
1,253 
534.3 



670 
181 

1,757 
443.3 



823 
1,707 
606.4 



1.737 
2,072 
835.4 



7,221 
12,116 
12,130 

596.4 



90 

313 

257.0 



95 
138 

131.2 



227 

163 

440 

453.4 



2,517 
3,131 
929.4 



378 

400 

319.7 



1.283 
1.523 
1.580 
424.1 



Property 
crime' 



4,567 
4,139 
1,699 
16,431 
4,354.8 



3,607 
12,454 
5,310.5 



6,311 

1,733 

16,799 

4,238,9 



7,003 
18,488 
6,567.6 



12.061 
17,650 
7,115.8 



57,987 
133,128 
133,360 
6,557.4 



499 

2,529 

2,076.3 



3,134 

4,295 

4,082.0 



2,647 

2,192 

6,025 

6,208.4 



17,682 
23,714 
7,039.4 



4,806 

5,225 
4.176.3 



14,935 
22,151 
23,092 
6,197.6 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



18 
4.8 



6 
14 
6.0 



6 
1 

19 
4.8 



50 
58 

17.2 



7 
9 
9 

2.4 



Forcible 
rape 



38 
23 
21 
150 
39.8 



26 

79 

33.7 



84 

15 

190 

47.9 



45 

90 

32.0 



113 
129 
52.0 



398 
1,494 
1.496 

73.6 



9 

29 
23.8 



12 

17 

16.2 



43 
44.3 



120 

171 
508 



96 

76,7 



98 
153 
163 
43.7 



Robbery 



150 
132 
42 
386 
102.3 



85 

251 

107.0 



173 

26 

326 

82.3 



364 

512 

181.9 



989 
1,124 
453.2 



2.761 
4,193 
4,197 
206.4 



25 

52 

42.7 



19 

23 

21.9 



97 

20 

128 

131.9 



725 

810 

240.4 



32 

35 

28.0 



372 

428 

443 

118.9 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



480 

265 

119 

1,328 

352,0 



267 

909 

387.6 



407 

139 

1,222 

308,3 



408 
1,090 

387.2 



576 

756 

304.8 



4,019 
6,347 
6,355 
312.5 



53 

228 

187,2 



64 

98 

93.1 



97 

137 

266 

274.1 



1.622 
2.092 
621.0 



256 

267 

213.4 



806 

933 

965 

259.0 



Burglary 



1,213 
797 
286 

4,376 
1,159.8 



730 

2,670 

1,138,5 



1,274 

364 

4,114 

1,038,1 



1,994 

5,040 

1,790.4 



2,869 

4,479 

1,805.8 



10,639 
25.842 
25,881 
1,272.6 



123 

537 

440.9 



424 

696 

661.5 



694 

533 

1,670 

1,720.8 



4,539 

6,121 

1,817.0 



800 

949 

758.5 



3,298 

5,313 

5,473 

1,468,9 



Larceny- 
theft 



3,015 

3,127 

1,347 

11,185 

2,964.5 



2,631 

9,013 

3,843,2 



4.526 

1,237 

11.443 

2.887.4 



4,676 
12,623 
4,484.2 



7,801 
11,356 
4,578.3 



40,502 
94,132 
94,310 
4,637.3 



331 

1,794 

1,472.9 



2,622 

3,458 

3,286.5 



1,771 

1,579 

4,036 

4,158.9 



12,080 
16,111 
4,782.5 



3,837 
4,097 

3,274.7 



10,916 
15,612 
16,332 
4,383.3 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



339 

215 

66 

870 

230.6 



246 

771 

328.8 



511 

132 

1.242 

313.4 



333 

825 

293.1 



1,391 
1,815 

731.7 



6,846 
13,154 
13,169 

647,5 



162.6 



141 
134.0 



182 

80 

319 

328.7 



1.063 
1,482 
439.9 



169 

179 

1.43.1 



721 
1.226 
1.287 
345.4 



See footnotes at end of table. 



102 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Melropohtan Stalislical Area 



Springfield. II. M.S.A.' 

(Includes Menard and Sangamon 
Counties.) 

City of Spnngfield^ 

Total area actually reporting .... — 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Springfield. Mo. M.S.A 

(Includes Christian and Greene 
Counties.) 

City of Spnngfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Springfield. Ma. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Hampden and 
Hampshire Counties.) 

City of Spnngfield 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

iumford. Ct. M.S.A 

(Includes part of Fairfield County.) 

City of Stamford 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

ileubenville-Weirton. Oh.-W.V. MSA. .. 
(Includes Jefferson County. Oh., and 
Brooke and Hancock Counties. W.V.) 
City of: 

Steubenville. Oh. 

Weirton. W.V 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Stockton. Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes San Joaquin County.) 

City of Stockton 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Syracuse, N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Madison, Onondaga and 
Oswego Counties.) 

City of Syracuse 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

racoma, Wa. M.S.A 

(Includes Pierce County.) 
Cily of Tacoma 

(Total area actually reporting 
Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Tallahassee, Fl. M.S.A 

(Includes Gadsden and Leon Counties.) 
City of Tallahassee 

I Total area actually reporting 
Estimated total 
Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Fampa-Sl. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fl. 
VI.S.A 



(Includes Hernando. Hillsborough. Pasco 
and Pinellas Counties.) 
City of; 

Tampa 

St. Petenburg 

Clearwater 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



Population 



See footnotes at end of table. 



191.406 



106,261 

98.7% 
100.0% 

242,516 



141.617 
100.0% 



536,670 



156,450 


17,480 


82.9% 


31,116 


100.0% 


34,661 




6,458.5 


202,794 




108.183 


6,503 


100.0% 


8,874 




4,375.9 



143.456 



22.312 
22,215 
IO0.0% 

490,636 

215,336 
100.0% 

662,698 



164,474 
100.0% 

605,079 

182.156 
99.5% 
lOO.O'Co 

239,718 

128.043 
99.3% 
100.0% 



2,122,145 



287.354 
244,883 
99.990 
99.9% 
100.0% 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



11,905 
13.946 
5.750.5 



1.401 

634 

3.445 

2.401.4 



24,390 
41.179 
8.393.0 



12.707 
28,717 
4,333.3 



20,560 
42,012 
42,232 
6,979.6 



19.927 

27,073 

27.216 

11.353.3 



47.576 
26.993 
9,452 
175.370 
175.456 
8.267.9 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme^ 



635 

729 

300.6 



2,944 
4,361 
4,745 
884.2 



567 

617 

304.2 



363 

27 

625 

435.7 



2,773 
4,368 
890.3 



1,559 
2.129 
321.3 



3.583 
5.721 
5,733 
947.5 



2,825 

3,990 

4,006 

1,671.1 



10,362 
5,824 
994 
26,826 
26.835 
1.264,5 



Property 
cnme' 



9,202 


10 


10,793 


10 


10,910 


10 


5.699.9 


5,2 



11,270 
13.217 
5.449.9 



14.536 
26.755 
29.916 
5.574.4 



5.936 

8.257 

4.071.6 



1.038 

607 

2.820 

1.965.8 



21.617 
36.811 
7.502.7 



11.148 
26.588 
4.0I2.I 



16.977 
36.291 
36.499 
6.032.1 



17.102 
23,083 
23,210 
9,682.2 



37,214 
21.129 
8.458 
148,544 
148,621 
7.003,3 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



4 

5 

2.1 



13 
19 
21 
3.9 



10 
10 
4.9 



1.4 



55 

65 

13.2 



13 
18 

2.7 



31 
54 
54 
8.9 



14 

24 

24 

10.0 



64 
33 
2 
176 
176 
8.3 



Forcible 
rape 



54 

68 

28.0 



146 

241 
256 
47.7 



25 

32 

15.8 



7 
3 
II 

7.7 



161 
282 

57.5 



86 
167 

25.2 



277 

606 

608 

100,5 



119 
185 



77.6 



347 

184 

40 

1,148 

1.148 

54,1 



Robbery 



324 

341 

344 

179.7 



151 
163 

67.2 



807 
1.005 
1.078 
200.9 



297 

316 

155.8 



28 

7 

43 

30.0 



1,493 
1,851 
377.3 



608 

724 

109.3 



1. 100 
1.633 
1.636 
270.4 



833 

970 

975 

406.7 



3,094 
2,015 
295 
7.330 
7.333 
345.5 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



768 

902 

908 

474.4 



426 

493 

203.3 



1.978 
3.096 
3,390 
631.7 



235 
259 

127.7 



326 

17 

569 

396.6 



1,064 
2,170 
442,3 



852 
1.220 
184,1 



2.175 
3.428 
3.435 

567.7 



1,859 

2,811 

2.821 

1,176.8 



6.857 
3.592 
657 
18.172 
18.178 
856.6 



Burglary 



2.475 

3.083 

3.105 

1.622.2 



2.560 

3.239 

1.335.6 



4.024 

7.089 

7.863 

1.465. 1 



1.236 
1,661 
8I9.I 



276 

116 

840 

585.5 



4.926 

9.1 10 

1.856.8 



3.328 
6.093 
919.4 



3.752 

8.122 

8,157 

1,348.1 



4,889 

7,272 

7,303 

3,046.5 



11,239 
5.543 
2.029 
39.402 
39.421 
1.857,6 



Larceny- 
theft 



6.332 

7.213 

7,297 

3,812.3 



8,275 

9,459 

3,900.4 



6,794 
14,430 
16,265 
3,030.7 



3,741 

5,337 

2,631.7 



714 

435 

1.782 

1.242.2 



12,859 
22.077 
4.499.7 



7,108 
19,302 
2.912,6 



11,677 
25,382 
25,541 
4,221.1 



10,882 
14,098 
14,182 
5,916.1 



20,072 
I3.II6 
5,953 
93,004 
93,055 
4,385,0 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



395 

497 

508 

265.4 



435 

519 

214.0 



3,718 

5,236 

5,788 

1,078.5 



959 
1,259 
620,8 



48 
56 



138.0 



3,832 

5,624 

1,146,3 



712 
1,193 
180,0 



1,548 
2.787 
2.801 
462.9 



1,331 
1,713 
1,725 
719.6 



5,903 
2,510 
476 
16.138 
16.145 
760.8 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Texirluiiia, Tx.-Texariomn, Ar. 

M.S.A 

(Includes Bowie County, Tx.. and 
Miller County. Ar.) 
City of: 

Texarkana. Tx 

Texarkana. Ar 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Toledo, Oh. M.S.A 

(Includes Fulton. Lucas and 
Wood Counties.) 

City of Toledo 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Topeka. Ks. M.S.A 

(Includes Shawnee County.) 

City of Topeka 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Trenton, NJ. M.S.A 

(Includes Mercer County.) 

City of Trenton 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Tucson, Az. M.S.A 

(Includes Pima Countv.) 

City of Tucson 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Tulsa, Ok. M.S.A 

(Includes Creek, Osage, Rogers. 
Tulsa and Wagoner Counties.) 

City of Tulsa 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Tuscaloosa, Al. M.S.A 

(Includes Tuscaloosa County.) 

City of Tuscaloosa 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Tyler, Tx. M.S.A 

(Includes Smith County.) 

City of Tyler 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

llrica-Rome, N.Y. M.S.A 

(Includes Herkimer and Oneida 
Counties.) 
City of: 

Utica 

Rome 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa, Ca, M.S.A 

(Includes Napa and Solano Counties.) 
City of: 

Vallejo 

Fairfield 

Napa 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Vancouver. Wa. M.S.A 

(Includes Clark County.) 

City of Vancouver 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



122,219 



32.331 
22.835 
100.0% 

619,320 



715,565 



315,478 



68,894 
28,501 
96.6% 
100.0% 

460,579 



3.576 
3.271 



7,108.6 



335,763 


31.907 


98,9% 


43.285 


100.0% 


43.596 




7,0.39,3 


162,105 




120,725 


12,598 


100.0% 


13,860 




8,550.0 


327,074 




89.017 


9,670 


100,0% 


20,150 




6,1607 


682,302 




414.766 


43,139 


100.0% 


57,070 




8,364.3 



370,735 


32,947 


99.9% 


45,267 


100,0% 


45,293 




6,329.7 


152,284 




78,690 


8,289 


100,0% 


12,374 




8,125,6 


154,468 




77,060 


8,850 


100.0% 


11,704 




7,577.0 



4,002 

976 

10,381 

10,796 

3,422 1 



111,473 


8.992 


78.819 


5.928 


63.130 


3.362 


100,0% 


26.812 




5.821.4 


247,846 




47,821 


3,105 


100.0% 


10,838 




4.372.9 



358 

335 

900 

736.4 



3.486 
4,139 
4,160 

671.7 



1,427 
1,507 
929.6 



1.833 

2.254 
689 1 



3,896 
4,700 



4.923 
5,937 
5.938 
829.8 



1.025 
1.470 
965.3 



750 

979 

633.8 



258 
10 

575 

611 

193,7 



1,610 

630 

322 

3,468 

753,0 



376 

735 

296,6 



3,218 

2,936 

7,788 

6,372.2 



28,421 
39,146 
39,436 
6,367.6 



11,171 
12,353 
7,620.4 



7.837 
17,896 
5,471.5 



39,243 
52,370 
7,675.5 



28,024 
39,330 
39,355 
5,499.8 



7.264 
10.904 
7.160.3 



8,100 
10,725 
6,943.2 



3,744 
966 

9,806 
10,185 
3,228.4 



7.382 

5.298 

3,040 

23,344 

5,068,4 



2,729 
10,103 
4,076.3 



5 

14 
11.5 



36 
39 
39 
6.3 



16 

17 

10.5 



7 

10 
3.1 



24 
44 
6.4 



7 

10 
6.6 



12 

18 

11.7 



14 
14 
4.4 



I 
35 
7.6 



27 

28 

76 

62.2 



418 
496 
498 
80.4 



79 
85 

52.4 



111 
140 
42.8 



332 
427 
62.6 



414 
497 
497 
69.5 



67 
84 

55.2 



90 
104 
67.3 



31 



65 

67 

21.2 



71 

40 

22 

220 

47.8 



38 
105 

42.4 



101 

117 

255 

208.6 



1.807 
1.965 
1,971 
318,3 



332 

341 

210,4 



693 

888 

271.5 



1,077 
157.8 



1.469 
1.610 
1,610 
225.0 



223 

262 

172.0 



160 
184 

119 1 



162 

4 

211 

222 
70,4 



539 

205 

61 

982 

213.2 



91 
199 
80.3 



225 

185 

555 

454.1 



1.225 
1.639 
1,652 
266.7 



1,000 
1,064 
656,4 



1,022 
1,216 
371.8 



2,651 
3,152 
462,0 



2,998 
3,774 
3,775 
527,6 



728 
1,114 
731,5 



488 

673 

435.7 



54 

6 

285 

308 

97,6 



987 

377 

238 

2,231 

484,4 



247 

430 

173,5 



837 

538 

1,894 

1,549,7 



5,885 
7,551 
7.600 

1,227,2 



3,524 

3.942 

!,431.8 



1.904 

3.675 

1.123.6 



7,493 
10.129 
1.484.5 



8.724 
11,973 
11,979 
1,674.1 



1.693 

2,622 

1.721.8 



1,817 
2.606 

1,687.1 



949 

129 

2.411 

2.483 

787.1 



1.831 

910 

552 

5.198 

1,128.6 



690 

2,578 

1,040.2 



2,186 

2,267 

5,445 

4,455.1 



17,743 
26,218 
26,434 
4,268.2 



7,148 

7,873 

1,856.7 



3.227 

9,689 

2,962.3 



28,281 
37,812 
5,541,8 



13,688 
20,557 
20,574 
2,875,2 



5,067 

7,593 

4,986.1 



5,545 

7.254 

4.696.1 



2.525 

791 

6,980 

7,252 

2,298.7 



4,478 
3,927 
2,348 
15,901 
3.452.4 



1,749 

6.786 

2,738,0 



195 
131 

449 
367.4 



4.793 
5.377 
5.402 
872.2 



499 

538 

331.9 



2.706 

4.532 

1.385.6 



3.469 
4.429 
649.1 



5,612 
6,800 
6.802 
950.6 



504 

689 

452.4 



738 

865 

560.0 



270 

46 

415 

450 

142.6 



1.073 
461 
140 

2,245 
487.4 



290 

739 

298.2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



104 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1991 — Continued 



Melropolitan Statislical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Cnme 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme- 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Victoria, Tx, M5^ 

{Includes Viclona County.) 

City of Victona 

Total area actually reporting . 
Rate per 100.000 inhabilanls . 
Vineland-Mlllville-BridgeloD. NJ. 

M.SA 

(Includes Cumberland County.) 
City of: 

Vineland 

MiUville 

Bndgelon 

Total area actually reporting . 
Rate per 100,000 inhabitants . 
Visalia-Tulare-Porterville, Ca. 
MSA 



(Includes Tulare County.) 

City of: 

Visalia 

Tulare 

Portenille 

Total area actually repoiting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

Waco, Tx. M5.A 

(Includes McLennan County.) 

City of Waco 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Washinpon, D.C.-Md.-Va. M.S.A 

(Includes Distnct of Columbia. 
Calvert. Charles, Fredenck, 
Montgomery and Pnnce Georges 
Counties, Md.. Alexandna, Fairfax, 
Falls Church, Manassas and Manassas 
Park Cities, and Arlington, Fairfax, 
Loudoun, Pnnce William and Stafford 
Counties, Va.l 

City of Washington D.C 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100,000 inhabitants 

Walerbury, Ct. MSA 

(Includes part of Litchfield and New 
Haven Counties.) 

City of Waterbury 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Wausau, Wi, M5.A 

(Includes Marathon County.) 

City of Wausau 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Wichita, Ks, M.S.A 

(Includes Butler, Harvey, and Sedgwick 
Counties.) 

City of Wichita 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Wichita Falls, Tx. MSA 

(Includes Wichita County.) 

City of Wichita Falls 

Total area actually reporting 

Rale per 100.000 inhabitants 

Wilmington, De.-NJ.-.Md. M.S.A 

(Includes New Castle County, 
De., Salem County. N.J.. and 
Cecil County. Md.) 

City of Wilmington. De 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 



75.947 



56,251 
100,0% 



138,584 



54.991 
26.092 
19.015 
1 00.0% 



318,413 



3.968,379 



598,000 
100.0% 

187.053 



490.195 



589,198 



73.036 
100.0% 



5.581 

6.213 

8.180.7 



4,671 
1,602 
1.690 
9,072 
6,546.2 



77,211 


6.553 


33,941 


2.355 


30,178 


2.271 


100.0% 


19.489 




6.120.7 


193,150 




105.800 


12,657 


100.0% 


16,486 




8,535.3 



64,319 
234,080 
5,898.6 



109,089 


10.174 


100.0% 


12.550 




6.709.3 


136,116 




37.539 


1,959 


100.0% 


4,401 




3.233.3 



306.339 


30.113 


99.4% 


36.574 


100.0% 


36.714 




7.489.7 


124.987 




98,313 


9,965 


100,0% 


10,727 




8.582.5 



706 

749 

986.2 



592 

210 

396 

1.357 

979.2 



661 

280 

177 

2,458 

772.0 



1.418 
1,692 
876.0 



8.634 
33.099 
5,617.6 



14.665 

31.156 

785.1 



845 

941 

503.1 



37 

160 

117.5 



2.672 
3.203 
3.213 
655.5 



952 
1.030 
824.1 



1,351 
3,784 
642.2 



4,875 

5,464 

7,194.5 



4,079 
1.392 
1.294 
7,715 
5.567.0 



5,892 
2,075 
2,094 
17,031 
5,348.7 



11.239 
14.794 
7.659.3 



49.654 
202.924 
5.113.5 



9.329 
11,609 
6,206.3 



1,922 

4,241 

3.115.7 



27,441 
33,371 
33,501 
6,834.2 



9.013 
9.697 

7.758,4 



7.283 
29.315 
4,975.4 



6 
6 

7.9 



7 
5.1 



34 
10.7 



23 

26 

13.5 



482 
719 
18.1 



17 

17 

13.6 



27 
35.6 



36 
9 

25 

78 

56.3 



44 
20 
22 
149 
46.8 



105 
140 

72.5 



214 
1.283 
32.3 



32 

50 

26.7 



284 
354 
355 

72.4 



73 

75 

60.0 



124 
402 
68.2 



117 

122 

160.6 



234 

70 

91 

417 

.100.9 



154 

104 

37 

413 

129.7 



424 

463 

239.7 



7,265 
14,320 
360.9 



417 
222.9 



13 
9.6 



1.404 
1.451 
1.453 
296.4 



323 

331 

264.8 



661 
1.302 
221.0 



561 

594 

782.1 



318 
130 
280 
855 
617.0 



457 

153 

118 

1.862 

584.8 



866 
1.063 
550.3 



6.704 
14,834 
373.8 



416 

464 

248-1 



22 
131 
96.2 



960 
1.365 
1.372 
279.9 



539 

607 

485.7 



551 
2.048 
347.6 



1,433 

1,673 

2,202.9 



1,031 

378 

371 

2.129 

1,536.3 



1.239 

736 

511 

4.911 

1.542.3 



3.646 

4.694 

2.430.2 



12.403 

37.875 

954.4 



2.920 

3.434 

1.835.8 



181 

633 

465.0 



7.459 

9.063 

9.089 

1.854.2 



2.135 

2,336 

1.869.0 



1,698 

6,501 

1,103.4 



3.222 

3,550 

4,674.3 



2,666 
953 
840 

4,977 
3,591.3 



4,186 

1,126 

1.397 

10.700 

3.360.4 



6,495 

8,790 

4,550.9 



29,119 
137,237 
3,458.3 



4,985 

6,490 

3.469.6 



1.687 

3.476 

2.553.7 



17,089 
21.164 
21.263 
4.337.7 



6.308 

6,755 

5,404.6 



4,775 
20,355 
3,454.7 



220 

241 

317.3 



382 

61 

83 

609 

439.4 



467 

213 

186 

1.420 

446.0 



1.098 
1.310 
678.2 



8.132 

27.812 

700. 



1,424 
1.685 
900.8 



54 
132 
97.0 



2.893 
3.144 
3.149 
642.4 



570 

606 

484.9 



810 
2.459 
417.3 



See footnotes at end of table. 



105 



Table 6. — Index of Crime, Metropolitan Statistical Areas. 1991 — Continued 



Metropolilan Statistical Area 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme' 



Property 
cnme' 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Wilmington, N.C. M.S.A 

(Includes New Hanover County.) 

City of Wilmington 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Yikima, Wa. M.S.A 

(Includes Yakima County.) 

City of Yakima 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100.000 inhabitants 

York, Pa. M.S.A 

(Includes Adams and York Counties.) 

City of York 

Total area actually reporting 

Estimated total 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

Yuba City, Ca. M.S.A 

(Includes Sutter and Yuba Counties.) 

City of Yuba City 

Total area actually reporting 

Rate per 100,000 inhabitants 

San Juan, Puerto Rico M.S.A.' 

Total area actually reporting 

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico M.S.A.^ 

Total area actually reporting 

Arecibo, Puerto Rico M.S.A.' 

Total area actually reporiing 

Caguas, Puerto Rico M.S.A.^ 

Total area actually reporting 

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico M.S.A.' 

Total area actually reporting 

Ponce, Puerto Rico M.S.A.^ 

Total area actually reporting 



122,249 

56.437 
99.5% 
100.0% 

194,687 

56,531 
98.9% 
1 00.0*^0 

420.618 

42,473 
96,3% 
100.0% 

125,195 

28.008 
100.0% 



100,0% 
100.0% 
100.0% 
100.0% 
100.0% 
100.0% 



7.912 
11.892 
11.946 
9.771,9 



7.322 
15.172 
15.325 
7,871.6 



3,358 
12,833 
13,287 
3,158.9 



2,055 

6,776 

5,412.4 

76,284 

4,033 

4,693 

7,952 

5,456 

8,427 



724 
1,005 
1,011 
827.0 



759 
1,282 
1,290 
662.6 



342 

801 

842 

200.2 



174 
911 

727.7 

20,044 
601 
703 

1,791 
882 

1,961 



7,188 
10,887 
10,935 
8,944.9 



6,563 
13,890 
14,035 
7,209,0 



3,016 
12,032 
12.445 
2,958,7 



1,881 

5,865 

4,684,7 

56,240 

3,432 

3,990 

6,161 

4,574 

6,466 



6 

7 

7 

5.7 



4 

7 

7 

3.6 



6 
13 
13 
3.1 



4 

13 

10.4 

614 

12 

16 

60 

14 

46 



41 

69 

69 

56.4 



71 
152 
153 
78.6 



91 
21.6 



12 

51 

40.7 

222 

20 

14 

28 

20 

43 



281 

320 

322 

263.4 



156 

217 

219 

112.5 



195 
285 
294 
69.9 



36 

88 

70.3 

15.837 

222 

355 

1.208 
344 

1.307 



396 

609 

613 

501.4 



528 

906 

911 

467,9 



109 

415 

444 

105,6 



122 

759 

606,3 

3.371 

347 

318 

495 

504 

565 



2,081 

3,049 

3,062 

2,504,7 



1,322 

3,757 

3,782 

1,942,6 



628 
2,101 
2,175 
517.1 



380 

1,703 

1,360,3 

18.982 

1,254 

1,731 

2,795 

1,649 

2,269 



4,705 

7,275 

7,308 

5,978.0 



4,916 

9,353 

9,464 

4,861.1 



2,256 

9,401 

9,695 

2,304.9 



1.382 

3.769 

3.010,5 

22.258 

1.833 

1.691 

2.278 

2.561 

3.456 



402 

563 

565 

462.2 



325 

780 

789 

405.3 



132 
530 

575 
136.7 



119 

393 

313.9 

15.000 

345 

568 

1.088 

364 

741 



'Although arson data are included in the trend and clearance tables, sufficient data are not available to estimate totals for this ofTense. Arson data for individual cities are shown in Table 8. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

^Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Depailment of State Police were not in accordance with national 
UCR guidelines. Therefore the figures were excluded from the forcible rape, violent cnme, and Cnme Index total categories. 

'Aggravated assault figures are not comparable to prior years due to a change in reporting procedures. 

*Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. The area actually reporting Includes only the Nebraska agencies Indicated. 

'The 1991 Bureau of the Census population estimates for the individual Puerto Rico MSA's were not available prior to publication; therefore no population or rates per 100,000 inhabitants 
are provided. 



106 



able 7.— Offense Analysis, United Sutes, 1987-1991 



Classincation 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



lurder 

orcibie Rape 
lobbery: 
Total 



Street/highway 

Commercial house — 
Gas or service station 

Convenience store 

Residence 

Bank 

Miscellaneous 



urglary: 



Total 



Residence (dwelling): 

Night 

Day 

Unknown 

Nonresidence (store, office, etc.) 

Night 

Day 

Unknown 



arceny-theft (except motor vehicle theft): 



Total 



By type: 

Pocket-picking 

Purse-snatching 

Shoplifting 

From motor vehicles (except accessories) 

Motor vehicle accessories 

Bicycles 

From buildings 

From coin-operated machines 

All others 

By value: 

Over $200 

$50 to $200 

Under $50 



lotor Vehicle Theft 



20,100 
91,110 

517,700 

281,827 
65,639 
15.726 
29,201 
53.938 
7.316 
64,054 

3,236,200 

2,191,025 
684,695 
917,769 
588,560 

1,045,175 
516,536 
207,326 
321.312 

7,499,900 



80.629 

90.467 

1.145.340 

1.576.534 

1.262.893 

484.773 

1,099,520 

66.643 

1.693,101 

2.557,878 
1,958,098 
2,983,924 

1.288.700 



20,680 
92,490 



542,970 

293,229 
64,769 
15,745 
34,516 
56,853 
7,739 
70.119 



3,218,100 

2,164,309 
662,067 
928,481 
573,761 

1,053.791 
509,872 
231,372 
312.546 



7,705,900 



82.537 

93.469 

1.160.059 

1.667,608 

1.264.672 

436.204 

1.161,471 

71,345 

1,768,535 

2,679,311 
1,952,763 
3,073,826 

1.432.900 



21,500 
94,500 



578,330 

318,017 
68,173 
16,355 
36,381 
56,928 
7,932 
74,544 



3,168.200 

2.096.233 
650.852 
894.475 
550.906 

1.071,967 
519.195 
236.196 
316,575 



7,872,400 



78.502 

89.032 

1.230.317 

1.726.688 

1,227,923 

431,634 

1.154,833 

65,140 

1,868,332 

2,780,065 
1.928.809 
3.163.526 

1.564.800 



23.440 
102.560 

639,270 

360,861 
72,589 
17,394 
38.643 
61,733 
9,345 
78,705 

3,073,900 

2,034,865 
648,856 
889.874 
496,135 

1,039,035 
491,356 
262,067 
285,612 

7,945,700 



81,027 

82,875 

1,291,492 

1,746,830 

1,183,567 

442,214 

1,116,898 

62,993 

1,937,803 

2,840,662 
1,893,021 
3,212,017 

1,635,900 



24,700 
106,590 

687,730 

386,552 
80,448 
17,829 
39,429 
67,592 
11,019 
84,863 

3,157,200 

2,088,343 
663,991 
900,149 
524,203 

1,068,807 
501,437 
255,946 
311,424 

8,142,200 



83,132 

83,183 

1,343.196 

1.827.508 

1,150,443 

475,172 

1,150,443 

79,325 

1,949.826 

2,916,280 
1,930,465 
3,295,483 

1,661,700 



Because of rounding. ofTenses may not add to totals. 

Data for 1991 were not available for the Slate of Iowa, therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation,' 



page 377 for details. 



107 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 

• Arson is shown only if 12 months of arson data were received. Leaders (...) indicate zero data. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index 
offenses, including arson. 



City by Stale 


Population 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


ALABAMA 

Alabaster 


14.908 
14,680 
15,095 
26,941 

17,103 
34,235 
33,898 
269,313 
13,527 

11,425 
49,345 
54,230 
20,364 
13,378 

12,346 
36,862 
11,979 
43,032 
10,924 

23,196 
40,264 
15,463 
10,406 
13,715 

10,065 

15,082 

198,629 

189,347 

20,047 

17,574 
22,387 
13,076 
25,615 
19,821 

34,722 
11.891 
13,951 
24,039 
10,504 

12,669 
18,392 
13,207 
78,690 
12,403 

19,985 

234,571 
31,961 

27,721 

18,518 
16,542 
22,458 
19.523 


153 

354 

813 

3,043 

714 

1,893 

4,882 

33,895 

723 

471 

3,556 

6,211 

780 

678 

2,060 
2,253 

358 
5,105 

407 

1,642 

1,658 

731 

375 

1,069 

469 

401 

25,550 

16,248 

402 

1,455 
1,258 
743 
2,504 
1,419 

3,291 
816 
634 

3,268 

427 

586 
1,322 

350 
8,289 

991 

324 

15,686 
2,845 
1,028 

1,039 
1,675 
1,936 
2.492 


364 

3,060 

718 

1,901 

4,903 

34,137 

3,561 
781 

2,256 

1,643 
1,662 

737 

1,070 

473 

402 

25,594 

16,316 

1,457 
1,266 
749 
2,512 
1.425 

636 

3,283 

435 

8,292 

15,792 
1,032 

1,043 
1,682 
1,949 
2.507 


2 




3 

4 

16 

96 

3 

27 

222 

1.861 

4 

8 
91 
93 
15 
10 

119 

31 

4 

154 

1 

60 
35 
32 
4 
11 

11 

7 

994 

570 

5 

21 
33 
10 
53 
36 

128 

9 

3 

94 

4 

7 
16 
10 

223 

5 

9 

542 

41 

2 

5 
25 
22 
65 


28 

6 

143 

401 

42 

59 

507 

4,629 

27 

17 

182 

648 

87 

62 

153 
243 

11 
622 

23 

35 
23 
55 
43 
165 

28 

33 

5,307 

945 

4 

57 
299 
150 
434 
230 

417 
138 

34 
701 

13 

50 
2.30 

15 

728 

84 

7 

838 

176 

11 

69 
93 
142 

187 


35 

85 

142 

859 

108 

355 

1,333 

7,894 

1.30 

78 

701 

J, 024 

172 

101 

344 

395 

72 
1,060 

75 

285 
294 
136 
84 
197 

66 

69 

5,743 

4,364 

49 

256 
249 
108 
490 
263 

1,028 

152 

83 

646 

101 

102 
220 
145 
1,693 
389 

67 

2,489 

398 

99 

269 
565 
498 
454 


74 

248 

490 

1,545 

535 

1,373 

2,286 

14,869 

522 

345 
2,376 
4,259 

472 
487 

1,135 

1,523 
251 

2,826 
288 

1,08: 

1,135 

448 

224 

593 

330 

273 

11,433 

9,200 

336 

1,061 
619 
454 

1,375 
818 

1,369 
476 
481 

1,682 
297 

414 

813 

156 

5,067 

472 

215 

9,967 

1,880 

824 

628 

768 

1,113 

1,668 


11 

8 

16 

116 

21 

62 

477 

4,224 

35 

20 
190 
138 

33 
9 

303 
49 

20 

408 

18 

176 

166 

56 

15 

95 

27 

18 

1,882 

973 

8 

56 

47 

19 

129 

61 

316 
33 
31 

112 
10 

10 
33 
19 
504 
36 

25 

1,561 

301 

86 

62 
213 
152 
104 






3 

2 

21 

4 

16 

38 

279 

5 

3 

12 
43 

1 
7 

5 
12 


10 


Alexander City 


4 

5 

1 

1 

19 

139 


17 




4 




8 




21 




242 






Daphne 

Decatur 






4 
6 


5 






Enterprise 


1 


2 

1 






3 


Fort Payne 

Gadsden 

Hartselle 

Homewood 

Hoover 






7 

1 

2 
3 

1 


28 
1 

3 
2 

3 
5 
6 

7 

1 

151 

160 


1 

4 
6 








2 


1 




4 






1 




40 
36 


44 




68 






Northport 


1 

3 
1 
1 
1 

11 

2 


3 

8 

1 

22 

10 

22 
6 

2 

30 

2 

2 
9 
3 
67 
2 

1 

264 

48 

6 

5 
10 

6 
12 


■) 


Opelika 


8 


Ozark . 


6 


Phenix City 


8 




6 


Prichard 




Saraland 






2 




3 


15 




8 




1 
1 

2 

7 
3 




Talladega 




Troy 






3 


Tuskegee . 








ALASKA 


25 

1 


106 






Juneau 


4 


ARIZONA 


1 
1 
3 
-> 


4 


Avondale 


7 




13 


Casa Grande 


15 



108 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
ncgligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



ARIZONA— Continued 

rhandler 

Douglas . .' 

Flagslafr 

Oilbeil 

jlendale 

<ingman 

^ke Havasu 

viesa 

■"logales 

'aradise Valley 

'eoria 

*hoenix 

*rescoIl 

icottsdale 

iierra Vista 

fempe 

Tucson 

r'uma 

ARKANSAS 

lenton 

Jentonville 

llytheville 

Tamden 

Tonway 

;1 Dorado 

-"ayetleville 

-orrest City 

-ott Smith 

-larrison 

■lot Springs 

acksonvtlle 

onesboro 

-ittlc Rock 

vlagnolia 

•ionh Little Rock 

'aragould 

»ine Bluff 

<ogers 

<ussellville 

iearcy 

iherwood 

ipringdale 

ituttgail 

Texarkana 

'an Buren 

Vest Memphis 

L CALIFORNIA 

Kgoura Hills 

Vlameda 

Vlbany 

^Ihambra 

Vnaheim 

Vntioch 

Vpple Valley 

Vrcadia 



92.627 
LI. 1 18 
46.917 
29.863 
151,560 

1 3.0 1 6 
24,926 
294,754 
19,939 
11,940 

51,788 
995,895 

27,066 
133,077 

33,745 

145,146 

414,766 

56,193 



18,341 
11,358 
23,113 
14.510 

26,720 
23,355 
42,479 
13,484 
73,456 

10,011 
32,755 
29,364 
46,956 
177,479 

11,251 
62,299 
18,707 
57,657 
24.915 

21,452 
15.317 
19,063 
30,2 1 1 
10,514 

22.835 
15,114 
28,514 



20.814 
78.051 
16,667 
83,816 

271,955 
63,490 
47,038 
49,295 



6,638 
1,267 
3,911 
1,973 
1 3,93 1 

1,777 

1,675 

22,388 

1,271 

363 

2,628 
99,172 
1,670 
7,360 
1,412 

12,187 

43,139 

4,590 



1,051 

574 

2,y5S 

1,089 

2.058 
1.801 
3.223 
1,695 
6.844 

266 

3.762 

2.015 

3,373 

28,700 

240 
7,510 

733 
5,516 
1,566 

1,241 
867 
617 

1,757 
870 

3,271 

760 

1,766 



725 
5.174 

755 
4,402 

19,451 
4,407 

2,537 
2,219 



6.682 
1,272 
3,933 
1,998 
14.041 

1,785 

1,681 

22,510 

1,277 

365 

2,643 

99,577 

1,690 

7,427 
1,420 

12,2bO 

43,319 

4.615 



1,057 

574 

2,982 

1.093 

2,063 
1,809 
3,224 
1.699 
6.861 

266 

3.769 

2.025 

3.391 

28,916 

241 
7,534 

742 
5,564 
1,568 

1.242 
871 
617 

1.762 
873 

3,297 

761 

1,766 



729 
5,216 

757 
4,449 

19,568 
4,525 
2,553 
2,233 



2 
128 



65 



5 

156 

1 

1 

17 
480 

8 
26 



70 
332 



10 



16 
11 

16 
19 
20 

7 
57 

1 

33 

18 

28 

268 

5 

80 

6 

54 
17 



7 
22 

3 
16 

111 

23 

12 

6 



18 

6 

389 



23 

3,448 

13 

110 

3 

259 

889 

60 



58 

14 

24 

111 

1 

131 

43 

62 

1,459 

4 

355 

1 

212 

10 

6 
7 
6 
10 
14 

117 

4 

95 



9 

206 

46 

306 

983 
104 

54 
168 



176 
33 

175 
85 

830 

63 

65 

1,498 

47 
7 

228 

6,954 

149 

186 

36 

486 

2,651 

409 



60 

4 

278 

97 

34 
122 

73 
210 

474 

7 

147 

154 

258 

3,518 

10 
319 

75 
562 

18 

19 
19 
10 
46 

27 

185 
21 
59 



111 

269 

18 

227 

823 

440 

144 

68 



1,624 
268 
554 
514 

2,326 

246 
288 
4,604 
409 
224 

693 

24,219 

204 

1,428 

227 

1,815 

7.493 

760 



241 

56 

650 

184 

273 
439 
493 
300 
1,225 

35 

1,086 

3.36 

902 

5,773 

104 

1.441 

94 

1,861 

223 

244 
88 
101 
319 
271 

538 
222 
406 



203 
906 
136 
929 

4.289 
746 
993 
441 



4,090 
805 
2,966 
1,197 
8,630 

1,385 

1,182 

13,121 

607 

105 

1,389 
47,338 
1,233 
5,011 
1,026 

8,070 

28,281 

3,072 



670 

497 

1,805 

737 

1,571 
1,082 
2,401 
1,081 
4,620 

192 

2,148 

1,362 

1,927 

15,166 

115 
4,654 

523 
2,426 
1,240 

927 
711 
476 
1,287 
517 

2,267 
443 
995 



304 
3,321 

451 
2,035 

10,108 
2,759 
1,104 
1,199 



648 
145 
150 
156 
1,784 

63 
129 

2,605 

178 

18 

276 

16,605 

63 

591 

109 

1.481 

3,469 

259 



62 

15 

124 

34 

141 

76 
217 

67 
352 

28 

213 

101 

191 

2.470 

1 
647 

34 
392 

55 

37 
41 
22 
86 
38 



131 
63 
178 



89 
444 
101 
881 

3.112 
329 
227 
336 



109 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Stale 


Population 


Cnme 
Index 
total 


Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
Iheft 


Motor 

vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


CALIFORNIA— Continued 


15,513 

14,677 
15,786 
23,619 
22,746 
10,812 

42,193 
178,461 
70,774 
20,998 
21,919 

35,080 
43,237 
63,102 
24,629 
24,946 

104,863 
32,636 
19,317 
33,557 
70,216 

95,593 
27,359 
19,021 
53,392 
36,798 

10,382 
64,440 
14,033 
85,744 
30,711 

26,862 
54,451 
40,913 
60,925 
137,978 

33,180 
12,049 
51,371 
17,247 
41,050 

12,387 
92,338 
113,667 
1 3.642 
77,680 

27,092 
98,364 
44,107 
23,292 
39,601 

41,101 
43,543 
94,233 
32,560 
31,958 


835 

737 
763 
826 
1,194 
592 

2,387 
14,169 
2,952 
1,693 
1,926 

1,194 
2,015 
4,037 

772 
944 

13,187 
2,664 
1,707 
2,115 
4,866 

4,656 
1,379 
1,711 
1,720 
1,833 

1,239 
3,697 
552 
5,284 
2,205 

2,142 
3,919 
3,063 
3,411 
10,788 

1,687 
1,070 
3,427 
1,557 
3,677 

2,359 
7,170 
7,450 
576 
5,815 

932 
8,973 
2.678 

912 
2,976 

1,726 
2,274 
4,056 
1,378 

724 


841 

743 
767 
831 
1,200 
593 

2,411 
14,279 
2,981 
1,693 
1,937 

1,198 
2,018 
4,065 

775 
952 

13,268 
2,672 
1,717 
2,125 
4,887 

4,806 
1,386 
1,793 
1,732 
1,842 

1,241 
3,707 
557 
5,336 
2,207 

2,157 
3.939 
3,143 
3,458 
10,828 

1,696 
1,080 
3,446 
1,558 
3,691 

2,375 
7,194 
7,476 
582 
5,832 

940 
8,992 
2,698 

917 
2,976 

1,754 
2,300 
4,070 
1,399 
730 




6 

12 

5 

10 

7 
2 

16 
71 
24 
11 
10 

8 
II 
24 
3 
6 

40 
9 
II 
14 
14 

21 

4 

1 

II 

10 

5 
22 

5 
36 
20 

14 

8 

39 

7 
52 

7 
12 
27 
13 
14 

8 
70 
47 

6 

22 

12 

35 

6 

-) 

7 

6 
13 
10 

7 
4 


5 

16 
57 
10 
19 
8 

91 

615 

258 

58 

66 

171 

199 

349 

14 

24 

663 

239 

47 

40 

237 

218 
27 
31 
23 
35 

15 

102 

7 

381 

53 

56 
188 

39 
121 
445 

79 
13 
63 
63 
154 

126 

1,146 

190 

6 

256 

13 
229 
137 

65 
239 

39 

70 

178 

31 

7 


24 

101 
159 

65 
112 

43 

132 
1,004 
284 
146 
144 

126 

323 

604 

32 

28 

834 
51 

149 
75 

210 

286 
54 
40 
74 
95 

61 

272 

33 

759 

268 

130 

237 

82 

275 

1,016 

51 
116 
129 
101 
188 

152 
1,233 

372 

52 

229 

24 
477 
120 
251 

52 

92 

107 

248 

107 

8 


153 

96 

177 
209 
352 
111 

655 

3,376 

1,217 

551 

367 

235 
467 
809 
121 
203 

2,663 
480 
485 
361 

1,026 

717 
213 
335 
493 
366 

92 

833 

113 

1,008 

649 

459 
804 
672 
853 
1,903 

538 
319 
580 
442 
950 

32J 
1,590 
1,361 

157 
1,569 

168 

1,275 
574 
113 
471 

263 
405 
401 
304 

172 


619 

495 
222 
485 
664 
390 

1,048 

7,887 

383 

782 

1,188 

325 

667 

1,393 

547 
571 

7,594 

1,625 

926 

1,394 

2,373 

2,301 
895 

1,030 
939 

1,175 

1,018 
1,927 

366 
1,925 

960 

1,318 
1.822 
1.973 
1.709 
4.901 

863 
567 

2.235 
854 

1.729 

1.074 
1.663 
4.738 
316 
2.633 

559 
5.790 
1.284 

283 
1.718 

1,240 

1,419 

2,327 

824 

514 


28 

n 

137 
47 
40 
38 

443 
1,196 
775 
139 
149 

322 
342 
854 
55 
110 

1,379 

259 

89 

230 

1.004 

1.107 
183 
274 
180 
151 

48 

535 

28 

1.168 

251 

164 
859 
256 
445 
2.463 

149 
41 

392 
80 

630 

675 
1.381 

739 

39 

1,103 

155 
1,165 
556 
193 
-483 

83 
259 
888 
104 

19 


6 






6 


Artesia 


6 


4 
5 






6 






1 


Azusa 

Bakersfield 

Baldwin Park 

Banning 

Barstow 

Bell 

Bell Gardens 


2 
20 
11 

6 

2 

7 
6 
4 


24 
110 
29 


11 

4 
3 


Belinower 


28 
3 




2 

14 

1 


8 


Berkeley 

Beverly Hills 


81 
8 


Brawley 

Brea 

Buena Park 

Burbank 

Burlingame 


10 


1 
2 

6 
3 


10 
21 

150 

7 

82 






12 


Campbell 


1 


9 

2 


Carlsbad 


6 


10 

5 


Carson 


7 
4 

1 

1 
2 

1 
8 


52 
2 


Ceres 

Cerritos 

Chico 

Chino 


15 
20 
80 

47 


Chula Vista 


40 




9 


Clearlake 

Clovis 


2 
1 

4 
12 

1 

87 

3 


10 
19 


Coachella 

Commerce 

Compton 

Concord 


1 
14 

16 

24 

26 

6 




3 

1 
-) 

1 

5 
6 

3 
1 
4 
1 


17 




8 
19 




20 


Cudahy 


5 




28 


Cypress 


26 




14 




21 


Danville 


6 



110 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robber> 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 
ihcft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 

Davis 

Delano 

Desert Hot Springs 

Diamond Bar 

Dinuba 

Dixon 

Downey 

Duane 

Dublin 

EasI Palo Alto 

El Cajon 

El Centre 

El Cerrito 

El Monte 

El Segundo 

Escondido 

Eureka 

Fairfield 

Fillmore 

Folsom 

Fontana 

Foster City 

Fountain Valley 

Fremont 

Fresno 

Fullerton 

Gardena 

Garden Grove 

Gilroy 

Glendale 

Glendora 

Grand Terrace 

Grover City 

Hanford 

Hawaiian Gardens 

Hawthorne 

Hayward 

Hemet 

Hercules 

Hermosa Beach 

Hespena 

Highland 

Hillsborough 

Hollister 

Huntington Beach 

Huntington Park 

Indio 

Inglewood 

Irvine 

La Canada-Flintridge 

Lafayette 

Laguna Beach 

Laguena Niguel 

La Habra 

Lake Elsinore 

Lakewood 

La Mesa 



47.171 
23,236 
11,911 
54,789 
13,008 

10.617 
93,348 
21,118 
23,712 
23,939 

90.540 
32.037 
23.345 
108,421 
15,540 

1 10,897 

27.587 
78.819 
12,241 
30,422 

89.358 

28,762 

54,809 

176,949 

361,580 

116,521 
50,885 

146,029 
32,142 

183,788 

48,824 
11,174 
11.898 
31.540 
13.923 

72,835 
113,820 
36,845 
17,179 
18.598 

51,468 
35.156 
10.889 
19.612 
185.300 

57.232 

37.559 

111.885 

112.628 

19.781 

23,990 
23,652 
45,324 
52,333 
18,665 

75,089 
54,033 



3,376 
1.957 
1.402 
1.748 
661 

517 

4.607 

894 

614 

1,677 

6.502 
2.647 
2.019 
6.506 
1,051 

8,937 

2,038 

5,928 

390 

863 

6,924 

825 

3,069 

7.088 

43,503 

8,098 
4,382 
10.066 
1.959 
9.222 

1,710 

521 

464 

1,890 

1,158 

6.690 
8,428 
3,990 

422 
1,255 

2,363 
2.130 
114 
1.185 
8.031 

4,781 
3,959 
9,482 
4,912 
496 

597 
1,295 
1,081 
2,501 
2.534 

4.382 
3,599 



3,396 
1,960 
1.410 
1,762 
663 

521 

4.676 

896 

614 

1,685 

6,539 
2,664 
2,026 
6,573 
1,055 

8,982 

2,067 

5,967 

391 

863 

6,953 

833 

3,078 

7,230 

43.966 

8,149 
4,402 
10.1.30 
2.045 
9.270 

1.730 

526 

489 

1.895 

1.163 

6.759 
8,505 
4,019 
423 
1.259 

2.372 
2.148 
114 
1,193 
8.081 

4.808 
3.983 
9.586 
5.018 
511 

597 
1.301 
1.110 
2.516 
2.539 

4.403 
3.609 



II 
15 
8 
7 
3 

5 

29 

4 

2 

10 

42 
10 

5 
51 

3 

30 
I 

40 

3 

2 

71 

5 

11 

26 

282 

46 

44 

45 

9 

36 



16 



69 

15 

I 

3 
12 
6 
9 
9 

18 
24 



320 
47 
II 

188 

222 

58 

118 

817 

47 

273 
41 

205 
5 
13 

396 

6 

107 

122 

!,I82 

286 
615 
458 
44 
398 

59 

16 

7 

40 

158 

826 

333 

116 

9 

33 

54 
108 



18 
168 

519 

197 

1.542 

61 

16 

14 
17 
12 
90 
89 

267 
123 



48 
134 
182 
153 

44 

24 
177 
123 

27 
293 

535 
136 

69 
585 

35 

821 
70 

377 
45 
39 

722 

61 

81 

495 

2.092 

409 
413 
492 
203 
241 

131 

21 

51 

106 

207 

764 

568 

287 

19 

51 

112 
225 
13 
166 
419 

183 
170 
1.064 
55 
33 

4 

88 

73 

166 

255 

506 
174 



442 
440 
385 
490 
217 

73 

1,080 

184 

91 

344 

1.331 
724 
283 

1,605 
239 

1,821 
386 
910 
120 
165 

1,723 

172 

559 

1,643 

7,838 

1,424 
908 

2,088 
330 

2,025 

404 
155 
93 
426 
220 

1,189 

1,737 

889 

92 

324 

648 

683 

25 

244 

1,825 

725 

841 

2,000 

1,279 

197 

149 
365 
327 
429 
688 

605 
721 



2,680 

1,144 

648 

663 

355 

381 
1,975 
352 
430 
420 

3,354 
1.543 
1.233 
2,145 
569 

4,826 

1,381 

3,927 

190 

580 

2,873 

536 

1,951 

4.168 

19,546 

4,536 
1,480 
5,187 
1,225 
4.763 

941 
204 
282 
1,186 
417 

2,387 

4,782 

2.205 

206 

683 

1.228 

726 

72 

700 

4.625 

1,424 
2,412 
2,562 
3,078 
214 

398 

723 

591 

1.410 

1.112 

2,0131 
1,854 I 



178 
165 
153 
345 

37 

32 

1,018 

182 

51 

402 

1.012 
174 
311 

1,290 
157 

1,155 

137 

461 

26 

64 

1,126 

43 

358 

632 

11,511 

1,394 
915 

1,789 
147 

1,751 

167 
124 
24 
114 
142 

1,478 

957 

469 

95 

162 

306 
364 

4 

53 

937 

1,897 
329 

2,199 

424 

35 

28 

90 

67 

391 

375 

968 
701 



21 
10 



111 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by State 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modined* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
iheft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 

La Mirada 

Lancaster 

La Palma 

La Puenle 

La Quinta 

La Verne 

Lawndale 

Lemoore 

Livermore 

Lodi 

Loma Linda 

Lomita 

Lompoc 

Long Beach 

Los Alamitos 

Los Altos 

Los Angeles 

Los Banos 

Los Gatos 

Lynwood 

Madera 

Manhattan Beach 

Manteca 

Marina 

Martinez 

Mar>'sville 

Maywood 

Menlo Park 

Merced 

Millbrae 

Mill Valley 

Milpttas 

Mission Viejo 

Modesto 

Monrovia 

Monlclair 

Montebello 

Monterey 

Monterey Park 

Moorpark 

Moraga 

Moreno Valley 

Morgan Hill 

Mountain View 

Napa 

National City 

Newark 

Newport Beach 

Norco 

Norwalk 

Novato 

Oakdale 

Oakland' 

Oceanside 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orinda 

See footnote at end of table 



41,294 
99,317 
15,712 

37.724 
11,448 
31,540 
27,900 
13,905 

57,922 
52,954 
17,762 
19,785 
38,433 

438,378 

11,919 

26,850 

3,558,316 

14,821 

27,926 
63,235 
29,890 
32,730 
41,622 

26,986 
32,470 
12,580 
28,430 
28,624 

57,386 
20,837 
13,309 
51,741 
74,336 

168,161 
36,505 
29,026 
60,804 
32,619 

62,003 
26,025 
16,182 
121,253 
24,426 

68,865 
63,130 
55,379 
38,649 
68,031 

23,787 
96,242 
48,576 
12.210 
379,995 

131,072 

135,953 

112,963 

16,988 



1,519 

5.081 

730 

2,176 

895 

1,278 

1,792 

636 

2,845 

3,721 

942 

774 

1,881 

40,030 

604 

575 

346,224 

892 

1,103 
4,275 
1,830 
2,103 
2,879 

926 
1,317 
1,226 
1,093 
1,492 

3,582 

788 

517 

2,537 

2,397 

11,307 
2,344 
3,797 
3,508 
2,099 

3,165 

575 

200 

9,204 

1,326 

3,561 
3,362 
5,208 
2,680 
4,333 

1,295 

5,210 

1,501 

886 

46,308 

8,358 

11,128 

7,576 

358 



1,538 
5,113 

737 

2,192 

899 

1,284 

1,809 

636 

2,850 

3,730 

944 

780 

1,892 

40,160 

623 

582 

351.200 

898 

1,126 
4,358 
1.842 
2.107 
2.906 

932 
1.320 
1.232 
1.109 
1.497 

3.613 
791 
519 

2.547 
2.434 

11,369 
2,347 
3,808 
3.520 
2,100 

3,178 

585 

200 

9.248 

1.334 

3.568 
3,448 
5.233 
2.693 
4.357 

1,307 

5,253 

1,509 

892 

46,742 

8,407 

11,192 

7,629 

358 



14 



10 



94 



3 

1,027 

5 



23 



149 

13 
26 

5 



10 

53 

3 

16 

2 
6 
10 
4 

25 

17 

7 

6 

21 

284 

2 

3 

1,966 

5 

4 
49 
11 

4 
13 



26 



24 

16 

5 

460 

89 

69 

17 

2 



66 
194 
38 

226 
10 
47 

187 
6 

47 
70 
36 
58 
42 

4,071 
29 
13 

39,778 



10 

547 

103 

105 

58 

33 
31 
24 
102 
80 

97 
21 
2 
63 
50 

290 
124 
243 
231 
40 

332 

14 

1 

392 
10 

97 
61 
377 
47 
62 

46 

380 

18 

17 

3,933 

528 

696 

257 

2 



211 

809 

19 

494 

78 

76 

359 

102 

167 
178 
29 
167 
119 

4,760 

24 

19 

47,104 

35 

42 

1,015 

137 

53 
122 

51 
45 
105 
181 

87 

171 
28 
21 
104 
119 

640 
242 
193 

72 
127 

221 

54 

9 

1,005 

118 

141 
238 
528 
156 
237 

105 
1.007 

108 

51 

4.942 

982 

1.046 

292 



339 

1.186 

149 

418 
392 
394 
400 
158 

535 
567 
264 
159 
2«6 

7.901 

184 

146 

57.460 

165 

256 
891 
456 
665 

526 

222 
324 
182 
169 
306 

760 
108 
104 
413 
616 

2,396 
503 
614 
691 

383 

783 

149 

49 

1.917 

437 

374 
552 
918 
360 
1,195 

289 

1,121 

313 

219 

8.848 

1.781 

2.244 

1.565 

93 



651 

2,266 

335 

602 
384 
634 
523 
330 

1,888 

2.564 

396 

273 
1,347 

16,302 

300 

375 

130.234 

635 

743 
896 
843 
999 
1.800 

560 
761 
824 
364 
934 

2.233 

539 

375 

1.696 

1,409 

6,805 
1,209 
2,020 
1,709 
1,408 

1,046 
305 
130 

4.451 
654 

2,687 
2.348 
2.024 
1,873 
2,424 

619 

1,773 

979 

571 

20.695 

3.620 

5.294 

4,438 

240 



240 
559 
186 

410 

29 

121 

312 

36 

181 
324 
209 
111 
66 

6,618 

65 

16 

68,655 

39 

48 
854 
278 
277 
359 

47 
149 

84 
267 

78 

294 
90 
13 

232 
197 

1,100 
241 
707 
785 
119 

764 

46 

8 , 

1,388 

93 

243 
140 
1,335 
232 
393 

235 

895 

65 

?3 

7,281 

1.345 
1.753 
1.002 
13 . 



112 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
lota! 



Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
lolal 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 



Oroville 



Oxnard 

Paofica 

Pacific Grove 
Palm Desert 
Palm Springs 



Palo Alio 

Palos Verdes Estates 

Palmdale 

Paradise 

Paramount 



Pasadena . . . 
Paso Robles 

''erris 

'elaluma ... 
^ico Rivera 



'iedmoni 

'inole 

'illsburg 

^iacenlia 

'leasanl Hill 



'leasanton 

'omona 

'onerville 

'on Hueneme 

<ancho Cucamonga . 

<ancho Palos Verdes 

<ed Bluff 

bedding 

iediands 

ledondo Beach 



Redwood City 

<eedley 

Sialic 

Richmond 

lidgecrest 



Riverside 

locklin 

tohnert Park 

tosemead 

toseville 



■acramento . 

■alinas 

■an Anselmo 
■an Bruno .. 
an Carlos . . 



an Clemente 

an Diego 

an Dimas . .. 
an Fernando 
an Francisco 



12,209 

145,178 
38,454 
16,452 
23,736 
41,017 

57.064 
13,793 
70,275 
25.937 
48,661 

134,332 
16,880 
21,907 
44,083 
60,409 

10,822 
17,823 
48,554 
42,118 
32,242 

51,606 
134,466 
30,178 
20,742 
103,521 

42,526 
12,620 
67,846 
61,652 
61,420 

67,448 
16,119 
73,895 
89,246 
28,302 

231,223 
19,429 
37.082 
52,713 
45,615 

377,058 

1 1 1 ,042 

11,987 

39,772 

26,712 

41,956 

1,133,681 

33,071 

23,050 

739,039 



an Francisco Stale Police 

an Gabriel 

anger 

an Jacinto 

an Jose 



37,893 

17,189 

16,547 

798,542 



1,020 

9,808 
1,121 
693 
2,662 
4,333 

3,443 
307 

4,195 
701 

3,671 

9,512 
1,049 
2,726 
1,914 
3,040 

393 
1,261 
3,095 
1,577 
2,386 

1,860 

10,147 

2,271 

978 

5,351 

921 
1,120 
4,368 
3,232 
4,475 

3,407 

1,132 

5,095 

10,971 

989 

20,660 

774 

1,980 

2,790 

3,114 

38,076 
7,651 

459 
2,157 

998 

1,331 

96,781 

1,320 

1,389 

69,350 

315 
1,979 

633 

1,614 

42,836 I 



1,022 

9,859 
1,132 
700 
2,666 
4,414 

3,450 
308 

4,218 
707 

3,700 

9,627 
1,058 
2,779 
1,930 
3,064 

401 
1,272 
3,132 
1,614 
2,404 

1,874 

10,521 

2,274 

981 

5,373 

928 
1,123 
4,405 
3,245 
4,483 

3,431 
1,135 

5,126 

11.106 

1.027 

20,928 

775 

1,988 

2,811 

3,131 

38,272 
7,700 

463 
2,159 

998 

1,351 

97,038 

1,331 

1,392 

69,779 

316 
1,993 

641 

1,619 

43,163 



1 

167 

3 

6 

95 



6 
86 
22 

5 
38 

6 

5 

72 

16 

16 

15 

4 

28 

85 

9 

114 
3 
18 
16 
14 

221 
42 



18 
472 

11 

5 

400 



6 

2 

6 

445 



518 

22 

7 

41 

125 

84 
4 

164 
4 

264 

785 
21 

135 
26 

221 

11 
64 
150 

54 
49 

21 

977 

37 

37 

194 

38 

12 

96 

135 

180 

113 

23 

359 

752 

11 

1,346 

13 

24 

251 

56 

2,280 

253 

8 

39 

16 

41 
5,331 

40 

107 

7,020 

26 

123 

13 

12 

1,328 



65 

1,055 

104 

53 

127 

419 

67 
14 

683 
77 

670 

834 
114 
187 
1.39 
746 

I 

94 

268 

158 

115 

70 

1,214 

118 

122 

213 

89 
65 

237 
243 
221 

3.39 
122 
298 
1,626 
117 

2,141 

34 

181 

444 

206 

2,329 

805 

30 

48 

77 

57 

7,860 

170 

193 

4,645 

56 

120 

76 

246 

3,432 



304 

2,125 
186 
216 
707 

1,226 

494 

98 

1,019 

168 

776 

1,860 
310 
781 
364 
604 

73 
269 
920 
383 
417 

255 

2,511 

511 

261 

1.382 

253 
130 
986 

755 
952 

517 

152 

1,355 

2,270 

224 

5,203 
177 
631 
673 
670 

7,753 

1,173 

122 

233 

170 

411 

1 7.088 

339 

285 

10,604 

34 

513 

126 

477 

7,403 



490 

5.047 

714 

394 

1.567 

1.983 

2,608 
175 

1,742 
418 

1,103 

4.658 

534 

1,112 

1,237 

930 

281 
598 

1,509 
775 

1,655 

1,373 
3,635 
1.397 
471 
2.592 

445 

851 

2.679 

1.521 

2.465 

2,090 

721 

2,287 

4,373 

565 

8,202 
484 

1.007 
925 

1,813 

17,870 

4,823 

284 

1,603 

676 

616 

44,645 

595 

451 

34,679 

191 
895 
338 
748 
25.663 



103 

981 

86 

20 

216 

549 

179 

13 

543 



26 


6 


826 


29 


1.297 


115 


61 


9 


498 


53 


132 


16 


512 


24 


27 


8 


233 


11 


203 


37 


201 


37 


141 


18 


134 


14 


1.699 


374 


186 


3 


82 


3 


926 


22 


90 


7 


57 


3 


295 


37 


559 


13 


636 


8 


332 


24 


109 


3 


764 


31 


1.804 


135 


63 


38 


3,615 


268 


63 


1 


119 


8 


474 


21 


353 


17 


7,557 


196 


548 


49 


15 


4 


231 


2 


56 




187 


20 


21,218 


257 


162 


11 


342 


3 


1 1,907 


429 


7 


1 


321 


14 


74 


8 


124 


5 


4,512 


327 



113 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 


Population 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modincd* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


CALIFORNIA— Continued 


26.728 
69.644 
42.831 
13.228 
87.266 

25,682 
49.412 
36.038 
299.860 
87.353 

95.562 
112.946 
50.061 
15.843 
62.560 

88,715 
25.584 
115.673 
28,645 
25.620 

.39.711 
1 5.064 
10.986 
102.304 
21.284 

88,081 
22,035 
24,434 
55,443 
31,126 

215.336 
23,158 

119.670 
27.663 
31,747 

106.525 
135.879 
34,257 
33,941 
43,076 

51,744 
12,067 
11,300 
14,903 
54,881 

64.694 
72.967 
111,473 
93.153 
41.521 

77.211 
29.711 
61,830 
31,746 
98,087 

36.870 
79.745 


1.244 
4.709 
1.861 
392 
3.977 

2.861 
3.076 
1.138 
22,952 
5,240 

5,991 
3,982 
3,991 
2.455 
4.562 

10.397 

1.567 

6.981 

585 

799 

1.697 
1,156 
157 
3.415 
1.327 

4.997 
1.665 

1.270 
2.491 
2.547 

24,390 
1,193 
4,671 
2,114 
1,089 

3.323 
8,006 
1.933 
2.355 
3.418 

3.271 

817 

781 

1.011 

2.972 

4.399 
3,173 
8.992 
5.554 
4.592 

6.553 
908 
2,880 
2,649 
6,932 

4.678 
5.552 


1.266 
4.737 
1.871 
397 
3.996 

2.888 
3.107 
1,141 
23.367 
5.249 

6.021 
4,014 
4.010 
2.483 
4.575 

10.527 

1,580 

7,025 

598 

813 

1.721 
1.176 
158 
3,442 
1,335 

5,027 
1,670 
1,283 
2,530 
2,627 

24,508 
1,209 
4.708 
2.120 
1.096 

3,378 
8,119 
1.953 
2.397 
3.481 

3.305 

831 

784 

1,016 

2,993 

4,428 
3.180 
9.067 
5.606 
4.610 

6.575 
915 
2,912 
2,659 
7,059 

4,712 
5.570 


1 
4 

1 


6 

12 
8 


25 

303 

23 

15 

112 

248 

83 

21 

1,946 

150 

92 
98 
85 
103 
132 

652 
58 

173 

8 

39 

103 

23 

5 

65 

112 

546 
46 
88 
51 

156 

1.493 
40 
85 
49 
61 

78 
508 

30 
104 

74 

106 
17 
12 
18 
88 

183 

63 

539 

145 

175 

154 

47 

54 

83 

337 

479 
302 


90 

187 

75 

26 

200 

271 

131 

18 

1.225 

480 

302 
685 
267 
238 
265 

582 
95 

407 

28 

8 

237 

96 

6 

189 

218 

372 

93 

45 

111 

229 

1.064 
87 
142 
147 
93 

185 
424 
189 
153 
223 

75 

90 

8 

38 

183 

321 
206 
987 
225 
214 

457 
88 
145 
173 
401 

464 
192 


360 
746 
326 

127 
458 

462 

512 

205 

4.252 

1.213 

859 

777 
^730 
485 
797 

1,614 
442 

1.274 
167 
192 

255 

34 

64 

742 

313 

1,097 
446 
258 
386 
681 

4,926 
293 
549 
486 
324 

982 
1,532 
324 
7-16 
885 

713 
287 
162 

222 
688 

1,096 
488 
1,831 
1.273 
1,008 

1,239 
286 
459 
487 

1,178 

992 
1,231 


639 
2,880 
1,328 

209 
2,822 

1,364 

2.025 

839 

11.048 

3,015 

4,153 
1,900 
2.631 
1.100 
3,127 

5,574 
833 

4,526 
363 

457 

960 

814 

67 

1,947 

405 

1,358 
1,000 
637 
1,551 
1,185 

12,859 

672 

3,396 

1,094 

458 

1,725 
3,887 
1,220 
1.126 
1,964 

1.957 
333 
523 
688 

1.742 

2.212 
2,206 
4,478 
3,395 
2,599 

4,186 
364 
2,053 
1,730 
3,467 

1,776 
2,809 


123 
577 
100 
15 
362 

494 

291 

52 

4.346 

339 

539 

496 
246 
522 
215 

1.894 

127 

511 

16 

100 

110 

183 

14 

453 

271 

1.595 

60 

234 

372 

279 

3.832 

87 

454 

329 

145 

333 
1.630 
153 
213 
252 

399 

74 

72 

35 

254 

558 
177 
1,073 
468 
566 

467 
115 
159 
165 
1,498 

948 
986 


22 




28 


San Luis Obisjx) 


10 




5 


San Mateo 

San Pablo 


1 

7 
5 


22 

15 
29 
3 
76 
38 

43 

24 

26 

6 

23 

67 

10 

84 

3 

3 

26 
5 
1 

13 

7 

18 
17 

7 
17 
12 

161 
13 

42 
9 

7 

19 
23 
17 
20 
18 

17 

12 

3 

10 
16 

22 
32 
71 
42 
20 

44 
6 
7 
9 

40 

17 

27 


19 

27 




31 




3 


Santa Ana 


59 

5 

3 

2 
6 
1 
3 

14 

6 


415 




9 


Santa Clara 


30 
32 


Santa Cruz 

Santa Fe Springs 

Santa Maria 

Santa Monica 

Santa Paula 

Santa Rosa 


19 
28 
13 

130 
13 
44 
13 




14 




6 
1 


24 




20 




1 


South El Monte 

South Gate 

South Lake Tahoe 

South Pasadena 

Stanton 

Stockton 

Suisun City 

Sunnyvale 


6 

1 

11 
3 
1 
3 
5 

55 
1 
3 


27 
8 

30 
5 

13 
39 
80 

118 
16 

37 
6 




1 
1 


7 


Thousand Oaks 


55 


Tracy 

Tulare . 


113 
20 


3 

2 

4 
4 
1 


42 


Turlock 

Tustin 


63 
34 


Twenty-Nine Palms 


14 

3 


Ukiah 


5 


Union City 


1 

7 
1 

13 
6 

10 

6 

2 

3 

2 

11 

-> 
5 


21 


Upland 


29 

7 


Vallejo 

VictoiTille 


75 
52 
18 

22 


Walnut 

Walnut Creek 


7 
32 




10 


West Covina 


127 


West Hollywood 


34 




18 



114 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Clime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 

West Sacramento 

Whiitier 

Woodland 

Yorba Linda 

Yuba City 

Yucaipa 

COLORADO 

Aurora 

Boulder 

Brighton 

Broomfield 

Canon City 

Colorado Springs 

Commerce City 

Denver 

Fort Collins 

"ountatn 

jolden 

jrand Junction 

jreeley 

-afayetle 

-al(ewood 

.iltleton 

^ngmont 

jjuisville 

■^onhglenn 

'ueblo 

iterling 

rhomton 

Vestminster 

Vlieai Ridge 

CONNECTICUT 

^nsonta 

ivon 

lerltn 

lethel 

Uoomfield 

tranford 

Iridgeport 

iristol 

irookfield 

'heshire 

'tinton 

oventry 

romwell 

'anbury 

'arten 

lerby 

ast Hampton 

asi Hanford 

ast Haven Town 

ast Windsor 

nfteld 

airfield 

armington 



29,499 
79,288 
40,631 

53.513 
28,008 
33,507 



227,670 
85,400 
14,559 
25,254 

13,005 
288,188 

16,878 
479,468 

89,958 

10,234 
1 3,444 
29,761 
62,053 
14,912 

129,651 
34,529 
52,847 
12,670 
27,876 

99,990 
10,621 
56,410 
76,648 
30,156 



18,424 
13,953 
16,806 
17,561 

19,505 
27,635 
141,912 
60,711 
14,129 

25,714 
12,782 
10,074 
12,300 
65,662 

18,217 
12,213 
10,440 
50.511 
26.174 

10,092 
45,585 
53,481 
20,632 



2,727 
3,818 
2,096 

1,260 
2,055 
1,343 



19,651 
6,653 
1,152 
1,062 

667 
21,444 

2,071 
36,558 

5,226 

578 

656 

3.107 

4.486 

663 

8,535 
1,677 
3,043 
48! 
1,902 

7,774 
614 
3,623 
4,873 
2,299 



628 
386 
390 
333 

1,088 

713 

17,388 

2,594 
364 

497 
284 
168 
394 
3.669 

533 

503 

227 

2.615 

1.025 

342 
1,908 
2,271 
1,066 



2,743 
3,854 
2,135 

1,282 
2,062 
1,352 



19,785 
6.675 
1.173 
1,096 

678 
21,533 

2,086 
36,969 

5,253 

585 

668 

3,132 

4,519 

670 

8,613 
1,692 
3,058 
486 
1.913 

7,835 
617 
3,646 
4,891 
2,321 



631 
386 
390 
333 

1,089 

715 

17,521 

2,598 
365 

500 
286 
169 
394 
3,704 

533 

508 

227 

2,622 

1,025 

346 
1,928 
2,273 
1,066 



13 



184 
13 
10 
6 

3 
231 

14 
427 

66 

3 

1 

16 

26 



85 
146 
45 

24 
36 
39 



564 

40 

5 

4 

3 

387 

17 

1.635 

24 

3 
1 

27 

36 

3 

128 

14 

29 

3 

20 

152 
4 
37 
38 
22 



17 
3 
7 
1 

24 

10 

1,734 

58 

3 



2 

7 

59 

3 

12 

1 

103 

19 

6 
41 
29 
10 



251 
316 
144 

60 

122 

75 



2.987 

136 

66 

52 

39 

742 

145 

2,884 

3.36 

24 

30 

98 

161 

13 

431 
57 

160 
36 
95 

1,365 

17 

150 

183 

166 



38 

9 

993 

233 

5 



127 

3 

4 

9 

105 

20 

7 
24 

7 
19 



776 


1,274 


763 


2.052 


452 


1.225 


270 


760 


380 


1,382 


507 


591 



3,261 
918 
240 
157 

123 
3,865 

370 
9,180 

811 

95 

97 
458 
724 

91 

1.368 
364 
500 
113 
279 

1,547 

71 

653 

806 

341 



90 
89 
89 

73 

281 

88 

3,954 

748 
62 

127 
81 
49 
44 

598 

92 

128 

37 
539 
173 

72 
305 
561 
181 



11,374 

5,.309 

773 

804 

469 
1 5,000 

1,382 
16,530 

3,828 

436 

504 

2,364 

-3,356 

532 

5,937 
1,097 
2,218 
312 
1,379 

4,267 
499 
2,538 
3,537 
1.629 



381 
274 
251 
229 

6.36 

521 

4,691 

1,308 

278 

345 
192 
107 

291 
2,560 

348 
309 
168 
1,582 
694 

200 
1,287 
1,362 

715 



310 

512 
223 

139 
119 
123 



1,270 

236 

58 

39 

30 

1,194 
141 

5,814 
161 

17 
23 
138 
181 
22 

610 
136 
108 
15 
121 

350 
18 
219 
290 
129 



102 
15 
42 
16 

105 

80 

5,883 

240 

13 

14 
11 

2 

43 



303 

87 


35 


47 
P 


5 


275 
114 


7 



54 
246 
311 
140 



115 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 


Populaiion 


Cnme 
Index 
lolal 


Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
tola] 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Ar^on* 


CONNECTICUT— Continued 


27.933 

58.509 
35.348 
19.871 
52,495 
139.903 

15,503 
51,678 
59,549 
42,812 
49,996 

16,915 
30,661 
75,580 
17,885 
130.627 

29.242 
28,573 
23.656 
20.803 
13,011 

22,273 
78,423 
37,435 
12,845 
14,379 

17,412 
11,835 
20,943 
16,573 
14,304 

35,459 
22.048 
38.563 
22,116 
108,183 

16,938 
49,447 
11,440 
33,726 
32,053 

29,876 
40,870 
109,089 
17.951 
20.480 

60,180 
54,084 
24.438 
25,681 
15,264 

16,007 
27,849 
12,372 
13,716 


620 

1,484 

1.559 

617 

3,009 

21,235 

388 
2,893 
3,041 
2.422 

2,552 

326 

997 

6,396 

354 

19,492 

1,209 

2,525 

635 

398 

331 

1,022 

5,491 

1,760 

865 

226 

752 
322 
232 
602 
284 

650 
370 

1,412 
498 

6,503 

583 
1,789 

137 
1,524 
1,201 

1,092 

1,549 

10.174 

996 

718 

2.797 

3.535 

846 

807 

866 

232 
785 
354 
400 


623 

1.488 

1.564 

619 

3.009 

21.459 

389 
2.928 
3.058 
2.438 
2.559 

332 

1.008 

6.428 

354 

19.628 

1,217 

2.540 

637 

402 

336 

1.024 

5.511 

1.765 

866 

227 

756 
330 
232 
602 
287 

655 
371 

1.415 
499 

6.558 

587 
1.803 

142 
1,533 
1.201 

1,093 

1,581 

10.187 

1,001 

718 

2,821 

3,551 

847 

813 

866 

235 
785 
356 
402 


1 




12 

16 

17 

1 

65 

1,607 

1 
79 
79 
32 
26 

3 

11 

305 


6 

10 

78 

5 

36 

1,764 

11 
155 
66 

51 
14 

17 

17 

304 

11 

2.018 

II 

184 

5 

1 

8 

50 

221 

112 

3 

12 

9 

1 

9 

10 

20 

33 

6 

12 

9 

235 

1 
18 

3 
51 

8 

25 

17 

416 

26 

4 

50 
178 
18 
47 
15 


96 

239 
240 
117 
410 
4.690 

93 

675 
765 
471 
396 

90 

193 

1.335 

94 
4,146 

170 
632 
124 
134 

74 

207 

1.268 

406 

155 

71 

159 
107 

55 
74 
71 

184 

53 

477 

123 

1.236 

159 
459 
41 
324 
132 

212 

285 

2.920 

103 

124 

640 
689 
193 
101 

226 

54 
152 

63 
101 


466 

1,025 
1,146 
469 
2,094 
9,710 

257 
1,786 
1,798 
1,542 
1,631 

190 
661 

3,432 
223 

8,041 

910 
1,412 
461 
227 
231 

611 

2,984 

1,091 

621 

109 

514 

175 
154 
439 
154 

331 
301 
765 
326 
3.741 

401 

746 

78 

1.016 

870 

757 
981 
4.985 
774 
482 

1.740 

1.951 

542 

530 

578 

154 

532 
226 
242 


39 

188 

67 

20 

395 

3.259 

22 
159 

327 
308 
476 

24 

109 

962 

25 

3.780 

99 
187 
41 
34 
15 

139 
786 
92 
78 
31 

59 
35 
13 
61 
33 

90 

8 

123 

34 
959 

19 
480 

13 
113 
183 

64 

250 
1.424 

72 
96 

276 
634 

87 
-102 

36 

23 
72 
43 
35 


3 




6 

11 

5 

9 

181 

4 
39 

5 
15 

7 

7 

6 

52 

1 

118 

1 
20 

1 


4 


Groton Town 

Guilford 




5 




2 






Hartford 


24 


224 




1 






35 




1 
3 

1 


17 




16 


Milford 


7 




6 






11 




6 


32 








34 


1,355 

18 
88 

1 
2 
2 

14 
210 

31 
4 
2 

11 

1 


136 




8 




2 
2 


15 




2 




4 






1 

1 

18 

27 

4 

1 


5 






2 




4 

1 


20 




5 




1 


Plainfield 




1 


Plainville 




4 






3 
1 
1 

2 

6 

1 

5 

1 

25 


8 










1 


16 

4 

5 

1 

29 

5 

297 

3 
76 

1 
11 

7 

29 

11 

388 

18 

4 

83 
69 
5 
22 
11 

1 

9 

7 

11 






3 


Shelton 


1 


5 




1 




1 


3 




1 




10 


55 




4 




2 


8 
1 
9 


14 


Suffield 


5 






9 




1 
1 




Vernon . 


4 
5 
32 
3 
7 

8 
11 


1 




32 




9 


13 


Waterford 


5 




1 




West Hartford 


24 




3 
1 
1 


16 


Westport 


1 




4 


6 






Wilton 






3 






7 

2 
5 


13 
11 
6 




Windsor Locks 


2 


2 


Wolcott 


2 



116 



Table 8. — Number of OfTenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



DELAWARE 

Dover 

Newark . , 

Wilmington 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington 

FLORIDA 

Altamonte Springs 

Apopka 

Bartow 

Belle Glade 

Boynton Beach 

Bradenton 

Callaway 

Casselberry 

Clearwater 

Cocoa 

Cocoa Beach 

Coconul Creek 

Cooper City 

Coral Gables 

Coral Springs 

Creslview 

Dania 

Davie 

Daylona Beach 

Deerfieid Beach 

De Land 

Delray Beach 

Dunedin 

Edgewater 

Euslis 

Fort Lauderdale 

Fort Myers 

Fort Pierce 

Gainesville 

Grcenacres City 

Gulfport 

Haines City 

Hallandale 

llKileah 

Holly Hill 

Hollywood 

Hiiniestead 

J.iLi.sonville 

Jacksonville Beach 

Jupiler 

Key West 

Kissimmee 

l-.ike City 

1.1 kcland 

Lake Worth 

Largo 

Lauderdale Lakes 

Lauderhill 

Lccsburg 



28.203 
25.619 
73,036 



598,000 



35.793 
13.866 
15,101 
16,600 

47,404 
44,926 
12,574 
19.406 
99.990 

18,186 
12,440 
28,205 
21,335 
41,141 

81.525 
10.145 
13.365 
48.454 
63.543 

47,539 
16,923 
48,417 
34,903 
15,738 

13,306 
1 53,292 
46,390 
37.795 
86,991 

19,172 
12,034 
11,989 
31,808 
192,931 

11,433 
124,886 

27,570 
653,515 

18,306 

25.640 
25.482 
30.837 
10,267 
72,425 

29,312 

67,395 
28.057 
51.010 
15,293 



2,76. 
1.740 
8,634 



64,319 



3,006 
1,567 
1,795 
2,344 

4.270 
4.580 
549 
1.580 
9.452 

3.160 
1.293 
1.034 
637 
5.532 

3.587 
564 
2,318 
3.241 
9.271 

3.569 
2.810 
5.754 
1.467 
696 

630 

24.334 

7.224 

5.194 

9.020 

1.417 

911 

1.261 

2.547 
15.767 

1,112 
12.621 

4.033 
69.217 

2.263 

1.543 
4.587 
4.107 
1.578 
11.374 

3.794 
3.444 
2.556 
3.702 
1,583 



2.778 
1.747 
8.688 



64.575 



3,020 
1.571 
1,800 
2,346 

4,279 
4,589 
550 
1,580 
9.483 

3.163 
1.295 
1.043 
640 
5.540 

3.596 
564 
2.322 
3.241 
9.284 

3,575 
2.815 
5,767 
1,479 
700 

632 

24.369 

7.241 

5,216 

9,053 

1,418 

911 

1,271 

2,553 

15,813 

1.114 
12,638 

4.057 
69,614 

2.273 

1.553 
4.600 
4.112 
1.582 
11.391 

3.799 
3.461 
2.563 
3.719 
1.590 



482 



7 

5 

128 

2 



25 

16 

124 



214 



5 
104 
45 
41 
42 

6 
1 
3 

18 
43 



101 

32 

661 



7.265 



108 
66 
38 

118 

217 

187 

6 

51 

295 

145 
19 

15 

9 

278 

51 

6 

116 

70 
463 

131 

141 

257 

18 

10 

19 

1.146 

494 

213 

313 

31 

45 

39 

156 



29 

499 

273 

4. 1 3 1 

96 

26 

150 

78 

38 

481 

135 

66 

165 

211 

45 



106 
551 



6.704 



100 
134 
187 
301 

456 

412 

38 

86 

657 

342 
33 
74 

27 
132 

142 
34 
193 
186 
980 

246 
265 
505 
146 
50 

62 
901 
661 
602 
845 

39 

42 

87 

220 

975 

59 

458 

485 

6,448 

215 

54 
306 
310 
185 
716 

256 
299 
193 
288 
174 



379 

246 

1.698 



12.403 



575 
343 
291 
622 

797 

1,144 

97 

290 
2.029 

836 
296 
282 
154 
1.100 

600 
101 
507 

714 
2.494 

685 
693 
1.447 
351 
201 

109 
6.208 
1.427 
1.439 
2.213 

320 
261 
329 
604 
3.210 

285 

2,-347 

1,012 

17,301 

466 

337 

1,056 

778 

227 

2,650 

793 
750 
500 
751 
415 



2.062 
1.243 
4.775 



29.119 



1.946 

855 

1.141 

1,169 

2.315 
2.383 
387 
1.042 
5.953 

1.505 
888 
579 
405 

3,464 

2,590 
401 
1.200 
2.007 
4.500 

2.210 

1.563 

3.051 

899 

409 

399 

13,765 

3,405 

2,430 

5,146 

895 

534 

688 

1,229 

7,835 

677 

8,004 

1,918 

34,594 

1,346 

1,037 
2.674 
2.746 
1,080 
6,504 

2,227 
2,169 
1,283 
1,898 
883 



112 

97 

810 



8,132 



265 
158 
125 
120 

456 
414 
17 
102 
476 

311 
49 
78 
40 

552 

190 

22 
285 
252 
742 

267 

136 

464 

43 

18 

32 

2.183 

1.186 

460 

452 

126 

28 

114 

318 

2.794 

60 
1.267 

309 
5.817 

112 

84 
379 
182 

40 
986 

369 
134 
397 
5.30 
61 



117 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



FLORIDA— Continued 

Lighthouse Point 

Longwood 

Margate 

Melbourne 

Miami 

Miami Beach 

Miami Shores 

Miami Springs 

Miramar 

Naples 

New Port Richey 

New Smyrna Beach 

Niceville 

North Lauderdale 

North Miami 

North Miami Beach 

North Palm Beach 

Oakland Park 

Ocala 

Ocoee 

Opa Locka 

Ormond Beach 

Oviedo 

Palatka 

Palm Bay 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach Gardens 

Palm Springs 

Panama City 

Pembroke Pines 

Pinellas Park 

Plantation 

Plant City 

Pompano Beach 

Port Orange 

Port Saint Lucie 

Punta Gorda 

Rockledge 

Royal Palm Beach 

Safety Harbor 

St. Augustine 

St. Cloud 

St. Petersburg 

Sanford 

Sarasota 

Satellite Beach 

Sebastian 

South Daytona 

South Miami 

Stuart 

Sunrise 

Sweetwater 

Tallahassee 

Tamarac 

Tampa 

Tarpon Springs 

Temple Terrace 



10,650 
13,665 
44.111 
61,209 
367.945 

95,067 
10,348 
13,615 
41,728 
20,016 

14,412 
16,976 
10,782 
27,200 
51,308 

36,285 
11.640 
27,016 
43,146 
13.112 

15,683 
30,499 
11,405 
10,468 
64,273 

10,071 
23,566 
10,018 
35,279 
67,167 

44,564 
68,439 
23,350 
74,308 
36,242 

57,330 
11,028 
16,442 
14,971 
15,520 

11,998 
12,779 
244,883 
33,235 
52,296 

10,148 
10,472 
12,809 
10,676 
12,248 

66,095 
14.273 

128,043 
45,996 

287,354 

18,375 
16,874 



349 

941 

1,851 

5,594 

67.678 

14,086 
1.058 
1.279 
2.540 
1,520 

1,296 
1,322 
309 
1,537 
6,504 

2,825 

570 

4,271 

6,357 

773 

3,233 
1,245 
646 
2,124 
3,675 

494 
2,048 

618 
3,602 
3,173 

3,333 
5,985 
3,598 
9,317 
1,258 

2,383 
440 

1,136 
692 
644 

1.805 

1.075 

26,993 

3.234 
7.826 

412 

431 

545 

1.112 

1.356 

3,889 

129 

19.927 

1.960 
47,576 

1.379 
909 



349 

941 

1,854 

5,620 

68,000 

14,100 
1,059 
1.280 
2.547 
1.521 

1,300 
1,324 
309 
1,538 
6,510 

2,834 

572 

4,272 

6,384 

775 

3,238 
1,245 
646 
2,133 
3,680 

495 
2,052 

618 
3.627 
3.185 

3.348 
6.006 
3.602 
9.347 
1.264 

2.398 
441 

1.137 
692 
648 

1.808 
1.076 

27.234 
3.238 
7,838 

412 

434 

545 

1.117 

1.361 

3.893 

129 

19,968 

1.962 
47.638 

1.382 
912 



3 

2 
134 



3 

7 

34 

253 

48 
1 
6 

13 

3 



5 

3 

184 

22 

45 



14 



64 



119 
9 

347 



15 

17 

38 

117 

i,542 

759 
123 

78 
114 

30 

17 
31 

2 

30 
558 

267 

g 

176 

295 

15 

352 
28 
15 
97 
52 

7 
29 

9 
52 
82 

53 
156 
105 
501 

7 

9 
17 
19 

5 



80 

7 

2,015 

151 

364 

4 

4 

8 

87 

28 

103 

8 

833 

55 

3,094 



10 

46 

82 

531 

6,716 

841 
37 
49 

154 
93 

39 

92 

5 

89 

296 

153 

14 

207 

434 

57 

407 

29 

72 

230 

261 

12 

57 

36 

275 

125 

125 
156 

443 

1,202 

23 

154 
24 
32 
17 
41 

166 

48 

3,592 

257 

408 

14 

28 
37 
82 
94 

192 

12 

1,859 

82 

6,857 

136 
29 



65 

142 

420 

1.061 

12.601 

2.389 
280 
261 
677 
286 

327 

309 

89 

421 

1.555 

656 
149 
801 
1.272 
211 

645 

227 
163 
501 

747 

57 
424 

53 
666 
646 

617 
935 
716 
2.450 
191 

819 

53 
268 
115 
187 

322 
231 

5,543 
912 

1,994 

81 
145 
190 
239 
300 

654 

34 

4,889 

342 

11,239 

406 
156 



230 

669 

1,160 

3.542 
30,751 

8,532 

492 

740 

1.263 

1,033 

851 
831 
199 
880 
2,917 

1,330 

366 

2,676 

4,074 

401 

1,392 

912 

368 

1,214 

2,468 

399 
1,382 

483 
2,432 
1,980 

2.330 
4.088 
1.746 

4.272 
991 

1.316 
322 
768 
528 
376 

1.191 

744 

13,116 

1,668 

4,676 

297 
240 
273 
580 
871 

2,641 

59 

10,882 

1 ,303 
20,072 

708 
559 



28 

64 

141 

307 

8,681 

1,509 
125 
145 
318 

75 

61 

49 

13 

106 

1,158 

400 

29 

391 

250 

74 

404 

45 
27 
64 
137 

15 
154 

36 
147 
331 

171 
633 

572 

883 

43 





66 
115 



118 



Table 8. — Number of Oflenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
IheH 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



FLORIDA— Continued 

ritusville 

Venice ■ 

Vero Beach 

iVest Palm Beach 

•Vijton Manors 

iVinter Haven 

A'lnler Park 

Vinter Springs 

GEORGIA 

Mbany 

vipharetta 

^mericus 

Athens — Clarke County 

illania 

vugusta 

tainbridge 

Brunswick 

"arrollton 

Tollege Park 

rolumbus 

>alton 

Douglas 

iasi Point 

jainesvitle 

jrifTtn 

linesville 

.a Grange 

-awrenceville 

4acon 

vlanetta 

^illedgeville 

^oullrie 

'lewnan 

•eachiree City 

tome 

toswell 

lavannah 

Imyma 

.nellville 

^homasville 

"ifton 

^aldosta 

'idaha 

Varner Robins 

Vaycross 

HAWAII 

tilo 

tonolulu 

1 IDAHO 

loise 

'aldweli 

"oeur d'Alene 

daho Falls 



40,426 
17.365 
17,804 

69,415 
12,113 
25,373 
22,824 
22,731 



79.868 
13,292 
16,881 
88,655 

403,085 
45,636 
10,951 
16,800 
16.387 

20.913 
183.284 

22,247 
10,697 
35,170 

18,284 
21,824 
22.085 
26,169 
17,224 

108,994 
45,115 
18,123 
15,197 
12,776 

19.452 
31.003 
48.994 
140.634 
31.673 

12.354 
17.847 
14.532 
40.695 
11.325 

44.703 
16.776 



37.949 
856.432 



129.819 
18.989 
25,349 
45,336 



3.969 

903 

1,816 

12,122 

1,241 

4,553 

2,167 

845 



9,546 

469 

1,129 

8,352 

76,398 
5,569 
1,088 
2,592 
1,696 

3,749 
11,365 
2,258 
1,663 
3,488 

2,124 
2,485 
1,569 
3,100 
1,103 

10,846 
6.052 
1.556 
1.494 
1.248 

286 

3.573 

2.398 

13.798 

2.829 

444 
1.785 

942 
3.697 

797 

2,905 
1,470 



3.014 
51,032 



7,216 
1,921 
2,301 
2,795 



3,972 

905 

1,826 

12,148 

1,249 

4,565 

2,170 

846 



76,686 



11,431 



10,913 



3,599 
13,857 



3.036 
51.294 



7,268 
1,934 
2,313 
2,813 



13 
1 
5 
9 

205 
19 

3 
6 



32 



63 

1 

11 

54 

638 

43 
8 

13 
11 

30 

71 

13 

6 

27 

18 
15 
22 
18 
II 

81 

38 

7 

12 



17 

6 

113 

17 



16 

275 



116 

3 

45 

998 
45 

154 

86 

6 



404 

2 

25 
266 

6,479 

385 

28 

131 

44 

222 

394 

31 

17 

296 

54 
60 

23 
84 
20 

273 
142 
27 
43 
44 



101 
25 

989 
97 

2 

61 

44 

224 

16 

56 
49 



29 
860 



338 

51 

121 

640 

51 

400 

114 

46 



424 
12 
70 

354 

i,967 

132 

98 

298 

60 

141 
446 
150 
179 
215 

241 
250 

56 
217 

52 

620 
569 

76 
201 

62 

3 
230 

47 
576 

65 



241 
87 

174 
51 

216 
62 



68 
894 



345 
89 
140 
151 



972 
129 
380 

3,058 
234 
832 
461 
248 



3,157 

55 

223 

2,209 

13,861 

1,842 

217 

477 

316 

656 

2,377 

446 

446 

1,046 

341 
657 
269 
627 
224 

2,266 
976 
321 
358 
238 

28 
1.051 

433 
2.869 

509 

59 
388 
174 
985 
214 

659 

276 



692 
9.905 



1.211 
364 
312 
496 



2,271 

687 

1.154 

5.845 

837 

2,721 

1,393 

509 



5,055 
343 
759 

4,808 

35.237 

2.615 

664 

1,538 

1.171 

1,843 
7,373 
1,485 
942 
1.367 

1.312 
1.434 
1.134 
2,038 
686 

6.807 

3.829 

1.078 

813 

827 

228 
1.996 
1.695 
7.801 
1.934 

369 
1,012 

579 
2,119 

477 

1,827 
1,012 



2,068 
36.019 



5.212 
1,359 
1,746 
2,036 



244 

31 

103 

1,488 

70 

429 

110 

34 



430 

55 

36 

652 

11,011 
533 

70 
129 

94 

854 
681 
132 

72 
527 

148 
65 
64 

113 

no 

767 

490 

47 

62 

66 

25 

171 

192 

1,391 

205 

14 
76 
46 

157 
28 

138 

62 



140 
3.050 



338 



119 



Table 8. — Number of OfTenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 


Population 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


IDAHO— Continued 


28,981 
19,112 
29,273 
47.555 
14.760 

28.474 

32.373 
11.777 
18.406 
33.228 

76,201 
99,990 

19,562 

17,243 
43,205 

16,114 
17,941 
45,872 
16.777 
52.482 

21.411 
41.244 
14,070 
10,898 
14,543 

19,061 
36,784 

27,871 
17,722 
38,2 1 1 

14,058 
27,298 
32,027 
23,275 
10,141 

14,414 
64,126 
20,598 
2,811,478 
33,397 

13,777 
68,098 
22,666 
15.582 
10,747 

10,929 
24,752 
34,160 
18,521 
84,709 

17.497 
35,268 
53,746 
24,165 
47.318 


1,256 

772 
2,667 
2,449 

772 

2.219 


1.264 

776 

2.706 

2,458 

772 

2.227 




5 

1 

14 

25 

2 

9 


6 

2 
12 
16 


22 

18 

81 

280 

5 

74 

56 

8 

43 

113 

47 
514 
15 
13 
79 

13 
38 
37 
19 
177 

79 
69 
14 
26 
22 

8 
7 

103 
38 

122 

18 

101 

46 

74 

2 

77 
439 

23 

42.237 

398 

20 
446 

41 
37 
30 

2 

14 
234 

8 
481 

2 
68 
56 
51 
43 


160 
109 
406 
289 
42 

303 

225 

52 

256 

607 

485 

1.687 

165 

84 

524 

89 
177 
469 

91 
535 

249 
214 
62 
124 
114 

151 
96 
180 

214 
507 

160 
434 
229 
165 
16 

240 

1.242 

133 

52.234 

417 

125 
637 
216 
105 
83 

19 

77 

687 

47 

1,135 

27 
237 
271 
269 
366 


1,014 

597 

2,038 

1,759 

709 

1,726 

1,019 

221 

1,075 

1,906 

1,907 

4,080 

526 

432 

1,569 

508 

967 

1,054 

1,023 

2,001 

881 
502 
286 
815 
658 

323 
660 

1,201 
776 

1,868 

482 
1,562 
960 
893 
102 

811 
3,949 

329 

131,688 

1,302 

749 
484 
781 
349 

524 

212 
889 

1,964 
203 

3,481 

308 
1,311 
1,584 
1,318 
1,642 


49 
45 
115 
80 
14 

92 

97 

15 

194 

139 

129 
406 

i; 

132 

26 

146 

387 

69 

75 

323 

126 

10 

59 

73 

42 

23 

104 

102 

782 

7 
80 
45 
35 

4 

32 

296 

17 

47,396 

599 

114 

727 
119 

77 
40 

49 
15 
95 
31 
148 

9 

53 

136 

239 

92 


8 






4 




1 


39 


Pocalello 


9 






Twin Falls 

ILLINOIS' 


1 


14 

8 

2 

32 

94 

28 

301 

9 

10 

38 

4 
14 
59 
15 
59 

58 
20 

2 

7 
17 

6 

2 

45 

11 

120 

4 
67 

7 
11 


8 
8 






1 




2 
2 

2 
13 


13 


Alton 


21 




8 




61 




10 






6 






13 






9 




2 
1 


6 




13 




5 




1 


10 










20 






2 






7 






4 


Brookfield 


2 


3 


Buffalo Grove 


4 






9 






3 




8 


38 




2 


Carbondale 


3 

1 


9 




11 




11 


Carv 










15 

189 

8 

43.783 

165 

16 
106 
18 
6 
19 

4 

2 

77 

2 

169 


3 


Champaign 


4 


11 




t 




925 

7 


2,069 




12 




10 


Cicero 


8 


32 




9 






1 


Cresl Hill 




6 








Crystal Lake 




•) 




1 

1 
6 


21 




3 




35 




1 


De Kalb 




18 
19 
56 
10 


4 






10 




1 
1 


1 




12 



See footnote ai end of table. 



120 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



Population 



Cnmc 
Index 
tota) 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
ne^igent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burg]ar> 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



ILLINOIS'— Continued 

East Moline 

East Peoria 

East St. Louis 

Edwardsville 

EfTingham 

Elgin 

Elk Grove Village 

ElmhursI 

Elmwood Park 

Evanston 

Evergreen Park 

Fairview Heights 

Forest Park 

Franklin Park 

Freepon 

Galesburg 

Geneva 

Glendale Heights 

Glen Ellyn 

Glenview 

Granite City 

Gurnee 

Hanover Park 

Harvey 

Hazel Crest 

Herrtn 

Hickory Hills 

Highland Park 

Hinsdale 

Hoffman Estates 

Homewood 

Jacksonville 

Joliet 

Justice 

Kankakee 

Kewanee 

La Grange 

La Grange Park 

Lake Forest 

Lake Zurich 

Lansing 

Lincoln 

Lincolnwood 

Lisle 

Lombard 

lujves Park 

Machesney Park 

Macomb 

Marion 

Markham 

Matteson 

Matloon 

Maywood 

Mc Henry 

Melrose Park 

Midlothian 

Moline 



20,345 
21,588 
41,346 
14,722 
11,967 

77,766 
33,757 
42,442 
23,434 
73,952 

21,079 
14,492 
15,064 
18,666 
26,094 

33,859 
12,741 
28,247 
25,189 
37,457 

33,185 
13,835 
33,217 
30,063 
13,465 

10,963 
13,148 
30,875 
16,186 
47,018 

19,467 
19,513 
77,591 
11,246 
27,846 

13,096 
15,513 
12,987 
18,011 
15,093 

28,362 
15,569 
11,476 
19,703 
39,795 

15,613 
19,220 
20,148 
14,687 
13,265 

11,489 
18,622 
27,405 
16.336 
2 1 .064 

14,513 
43,626 



4 
9 
550 
4 
9 

122 

6 

10 

42 

197 

23 
12 
65 
20 
23 



4 
6 
12 
4 

16 
18 
16 
360 
39 



11 
21 

281 
7 

226 



306 

2 
92 



58 

21 

1,554 

9 

16 

276 
44 
20 
10 

251 

15 
22 
33 
41 
101 

41 
6 
29 
II 
15 

75 
20 
77 
314 
54 

12 
5 

16 
4 

48 

14 
80 

544 
23 

401 

17 

18 

1 

4 
II 

17 
27 
6 
17 
41 

27 
35 
16 
19 
44 

18 

10 

352 

3 

48 

28 
112 



101 
248 
1,355 
104 
124 

1,138 
265 
259 
137 

1.624 

85 

91 

207 

155 

240 

386 

124 
113 
129 
134 

533 

89 

196 

1.180 

105 

92 
47 
62 
56 
262 

60 

401 

1,357 

54 

1,155 

129 

125 

46 

12 

28 

196 
160 

78 

83 

578 

243 

213 
152 
192 
311 

46 
31 

577 
35 

296 

138 

545 



332 
810 
1,008 
372 
600 

3,052 
1,006 
1.042 
635 
3.674 

1.027 

1.004 

828 

803 

1.282 

1,364 

257 
649 
588 
704 

1,155 
851 
987 

1.645 
439 

226 
283 
662 
205 
1.010 

819 

1.327 

4,420 

246 

2,114 

550 
302 
167 
175 
414 

1.120 
565 
585 
571 

1,990 

889 
773 
600 
563 
166 

1.242 
105 

1.415 
408 

1.708 

715 
1.890 



11 
21 
1.040 
11 
29 

198 
110 
114 
167 
461 

152 

115 

176 

56 

38 

68 

5 
40 
40 
48 

104 

53 

49 

1.572 

132 

21 
38 
41 
15 
55 

114 
29 

722 

73 

318 

25 
15 
18 
6 
9 

368 
34 
48 
38 

166 

42 
35 
16 
25 
82 

192 
15 

537 
17 

466 

81 
79 



See footnote at end of table. 



121 



Table 8. — Number of Oflenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Clime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



ILLINOIS'— Continued 

Morris 

Morton 

Morton Grove 

Mount Prospect 

Mount Vernon 

Mundelein 

Naperville 

Niles 

Normal 

Norridge 

Northbrook 

North Chicago 

Northlalce 

Oak Forest 

Oak Lawn 

Oak Park 

O'Falion 

Orland Park 

Ottawa 

Palatine 

Palos Heights 

Palos Hills 

Park Forest 

Park Ridge 

Peoria 

Pontiac 

Prospect Heights 

Quincy 

Rantoul 

Richton Park 

Riverdale 

River Forest 

River Grove 

Rockford 

Rock Island 

Rolling Meadows 

Romeoville 

Roselle 

Round L^ke Beach 

St. Charles 

Sauk Village 

Schaumburg 

Schiller Park 

Skokie 

South Holland 

Springfield 

Sterling 

Streamwood 

Strealor 

Summit 

Taylorville 

Tinley Park 

Urbana 

Vernon Hills 

Villa Park 

Warrenville 

Washington 



10,370 
13,934 
22,628 

53,692 
17,154 
21,423 
86,190 
28.562 

40,416 
14,601 
32,625 
35,321 
12,627 

26,460 
56,734 
54,175 
16,230 
36,071 

17,622 
39,638 
11,590 
17,978 
24,898 

36,530 
114,619 
11,540 
15,388 
40,071 

17,381 
10,626 
13,805 
11,783 
10,058 

140,796 
40,950 

22,813 
14,212 
21,023 

16,595 
22,722 
10,023 
69,260 
11,298 

60,016 

22,322 

106,261 

15,280 

31,291 

14,258 
10,069 
11,242 
37,485 
36,701 

1 5,469 

22.471 
11,444 
10,198 



20 
42 

6 
16 

9 

15 
17 

6 
122 

6 

18 

47 

295 

3 

9 

4 

23 

1 

5 

25 

7 
499 



9 
15 

12 
8 
50 
25 
12 

531 

106 

12 

4 

9 

5 
12 

6 
43 
19 

26 
16 

324 
6 
9 

1 
37 



20 
15 

50 
97 
31 
55 
10 

81 
12 
12 
86 
6 

20 
42 
69 
13 
17 

16 

25 
2 
6 

36 

24 

1,129 

17 

28 

102 

30 

31 

59 

3 

14 

958 

330 

27 

20 

13 

29 
20 
36 
89 
15 

42 
16 
768 
24 
23 

17 
30 

7 

32 

111 

13 

25 
1 
5 



33 

57 
123 

244 
455 
113 
323 
104 

377 

72 

115 

711 

89 

117 
151 
875 
122 
82 

84 

276 

17 

37 

153 

247 

2.503 

65 

122 

377 

132 

72 

288 

221 

72 

3.418 

577 

180 

121 

81 

84 
107 

91 
725 

79 

364 
162 
2.475 
171 
184 

81 
103 
28 
98 
528 

57 

222 

35 

24 



431 

224 
665 

1.574 
902 
879 

2.057 
939 

1,106 
716 
728 

1,610 
293 

666 

1,247 

2,752 

326 

944 

684 
1,102 
127 
245 
586 

728 

6,362 

415 

424 

1,429 

613 
279 
406 
404 
303 

8,079 

1,759 

738 

510 

314 

559 
787 
346 
2.580 
475 

1.675 

538 

6,332 

575 
721 

185 

210 

96 

989 

1.300 

838 
956 
244 
182 



10 

7 
55 

141 
63 
29 
117 
111 

49 
114 

62 
127 

65 

92 
185 
297 

27 
149 

30 
69 
11 
50 
154 

62 
328 
17 
19 
50 

29 
51 
146 
61 
64 

1.228 
35 
49 
24 
14 

29 
22 
55 
285 
74 

190 

199 

395 

17 

37 

6 

79 

1 

100 

50 

25 

71 

11 

4 



See footnote at end of table 



122 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by State 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglar)' 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



ILLINOIS'— Continued 

Wauliegan 

Westchester 

West Chicago 

Western Spnngs 

WestmonI 

Wheaton 

Wheeling 

Wiimette 

Win net ka 

Woodridge 

Wood Dale 

Woodstock 

Worth 

Zion 

INDIANA 

Anderson 

Bedford 

Beech Grove 

Carmel 

Clarksville 

Columbus 

Connersville 

Crawfordsville 

Crown Point 

Dyer 

East Chicago 

Elkhart 

Evansville 

Fort Wayne '. 

Frankfort 

Gary 

Goshen 

Greenfield 

Greenwood 

Griffith 

Hammond 

Highland 

Hobart 

Huntington 

1 nd lanapolis 

Jasper 

Kokomo 

Lafayette 

La Porte 

1 jxKTence 

1 L'banon 

Logansport 

Marion 

Martinsville 

Mcrrillville 

Michigan City 

M ishawaka 

M unster 

New Albany 

New Castle 



70.074 

17,471 
14,941 
12,101 
21,436 
51,969 

30.205 
26,952 
12.293 
26.514 
12,547 

14,494 
11,318 
19,969 



60,165 

13.981 
13,541 
25,681 

20,068 
32,179 
15,734 
13.745 
17.938 

11.052 

34.294 

44,145 

127,772 

175,128 

14,929 

118,031 

24.079 

11,795 

26,577 

18,128 
85,236 
23,977 
22,081 
16,583 

489,392 
10,149 
45,496 
44,283 
21,762 

27,080 
12.202 
17.011 
33.005 
11,815 

27,580 
34.223 
43,114 
20,185 
36,753 

17,963 



3,828 
673 
697 

743 

1.636 

1,837 

1.028 

791 

382 

275 

3.235 

3.889 

7.658 

17.104 

855 

11.706 

1,307 

360 
1,322 

908 

8,017 

1,191 

839 

684 

36,005 

323 

2,600 

2,660 

1.475 

1,034 
266 
900 

2.402 
615 

1.349 
3.434 
3.250 
634 
2.349 

1.433 



3.868 
676 
701 
744 

1.638 

1,840 

1,035 

795 

382 

276 

3.235 

3,917 

7,712 

17,295 



855 

12,387 

1,316 

360 
1.324 



908 

8.1 15 

1,194 

841 

693 

36.291 

323 

2.612 

2,666 

1.475 

1 .035 
266 
901 

2.403 
617 

1,353 
3,453 
3.269 
635 
2.422 

1.433 



95 



25 
40 
45 
114 

5 

182 

11 

2 
5 

1 

47 
3 
7 
1 

561 

1 

14 

17 



231 

12 

7 

1 

5 

10 

7 
5 
3 
10 
4 

1 

40 



21 
10 
4 
4 
4 

3 

117 

87 

139 

573 

3 
762 
9 
3 
6 

18 

327 
20 

7 
3 

2.001 

1 

29 

22 

6 

33 
2 
5 

46 



23 

101 

70 

9 

15 



247 

7 

12 

3 

22 
27 



219 
31 
10 
26 

30 

140 

31 

6 

17 



1,062 

39 

592 

388 

38 

1,337 

118 

1 

5 

52 

763 

41 

28 

128 

4,415 

32 

158 

64 

212 

31 

50 

8 

246 



137 
148 
158 
14 
349 

10 



723 



641 
118 
129 
26 

175 
308 
251 
140 

75 

36 

421 

631 

1.638 

2,726 

63 

2,791 

143 

57 

148 

76 
1.281 

76 
122 
131 

8,732 

37 

385 

479 

124 

265 

39 

104 

433 

61 

82 
685 
479 

43 
284 

321 



3,486 



102 


332 


159 


488 


56 


192 


132 


546 


231 


1,159 


140 


790 


165 


488 


89 


220 


155 


792 


64 


267 


41 


390 


65 


189 


339 


926 



2,684 
493 
484 
648 

1,297 

1,305 

720 

621 

223 

208 

973 

2,955 

4,776 

11,354 

714 

3.333 

982 

283 

1.082 

600 
3,785 
793 
584 
408 

14.970 

232 

1,902 

1,954 

1,058 

602 
157 
761 
1,581 
520 

834 
2,170 
2,286 

510 
1,604 

1,050 



257 

37 
39 
3 
59 
36 

40 
37 
8 
63 
30 

16 
28 
54 



129 
28 
58 
43 

103 
60 
20 
17 
62 

24 

631 

134 

456 

1,926 

32 

3,242 

43 

14 

75 

161 

1,799 

258 

91 

13 

5,231 

20 

112 

124 

66 

94 
16 
19 
76 
23 

270 

301 

238 

56 

89 

41 



^^L lootnote at end of table 



123 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



INDIANA— Continued 

Noblesville 

Plainfield 

Portage 

Richmond 

Schererville 

Speedway 

Terre Haute 

Valparaiso 

Vincennes 

Wabash 

Warsaw 

West Lafayette 

IOWA' 



KANSAS 

Arkansas City 

Atchison 

CotTeyville 

Derby 

Dodge City 

El Dorado 

Emporia 

Garden City 

Great Bend 

Hays 

Hutchinson 

Independence 

Junction City 

Kansas City 

Lawrence 

Leavenworth 

Leawood 

Liberal 

Manhattan 

McPherson 

Merriam 

Newton 

Olathe 

Ottawa 

Overland Park 

Parsons 

Pittsburg 

Prairie Village 

Salina 

Shawnee 

Topeka 

Wichita 

Winfield 

KENTUCKY 

Ashland 

Bowling Green 

Covington 

Danville 

Elizabethtown 



Population 



17,864 
10,556 
29,405 
39,164 

20,162 
13.247 
58,165 
24,704 
20,094 

12,271 
11.098 
26,214 



23,799 
40,946 
43,589 
12,513 

18,303 



Crime 
Indeic 
total 



695 

482 

1,424 

2,067 

514 
972 

3,013 
990 

1,542 

302 

699 

1,075 



12,851 


939 


10.730 


531 


13,007 


1,080 


14,802 


600 


21,277 


1,665 


11,584 


515 


25,691 


2,037 


24,266 


2,640 


15,535 


989 


17,891 


732 


39,584 


3,147 


10,011 


793 


20,748 


1,945 


150,819 


17,944 


66,069 


4,752 


38,765 


1,779 


19,831 


447 


16,689 


1,253 


37,976 


1,885 


12,509 


288 


1 1 .904 


717 


16.817 


645 


63.797 


3,383 


10.741 


304 


112.575 


5,482 


12,007 


695 


17.899 


1,333 


23.348 


612 


42.600 


3.267 


38.260 


1.516 


120,725 


12.598 


306,339 


30.113 


12,014 


453 



1.032 
3.510 

4,51 
724 

1.035 



Modified" 
Crime 
Index 
total 



704 

484 

1,431 

2,168 

514 
975 

3,054 
996 

1,545 

307 

705 

1.078 



18.059 



,910 



5.536 



3.295 



12.654 



1.044 
3,518 
4,512 

725 

1 .039 I 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



32 



6 

79 

284 

3 



Robbery 



17 

3 

17 

20 

8 

1 

41 

4 

32 

1.039 

44 
28 
5 
14 
16 



83 

2 

3 

11 

11 

39 

332 

1.404 



17 

61 

166 

3 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



114 
15 
58 
23 



71 
30 
66 
50 

98 

42 

102 

164 

63 

21 
172 

42 

150 

1.525 

194 

147 

21 

54 



7 
39 

25 

252 

26 

194 
29 

44 
18 
91 

97 

1,000 

960 

12 



38 
298 
731 
110 

125 



Burglary 



106 

58 

233 

446 

58 
101 
671 
132 

375 

78 
92 
135 



205 
100 
325 
121 

623 
96 
345 
468 
198 

117 
659 
205 
308 
4,170 

926 
361 
111 
281 
311 

26 
136 

143 

565 

59 

799 

177 
271 
170 
471 

289 
3.524 
7.459 

132 



241 

783 

1.242 

173 

166 



Larceny- 
theft 



439 

381 

944 

1.457 

348 
762 

1.937 
737 

1.072 

163 

562 
868 



625 
373 
658 
403 

820 

348 

1.498 

1.872 

688 

570 
2.141 

507 
1,379 
8.469 

3,413 

1,150 

295 

840 

1,417 

236 
465 

456 

2,381 

210 

4,072 
473 
970 
388 

2.588 

1.016 

7.148 

17.089 

279 



674 
2.168 
2.099 

420 

706 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



28 
21 
175 



100 
81 

249 
56 
66 

9 

35 
34 



26 
21 
13 
15 

92 

21 
52 
89 

25 

23 

110 

26 

52 

2,515 

138 
68 
15 
53 
39 

12 

48 

15 

121 

7 

299 
14 
37 
24 
83 

68 

499 

2,893 

27 



47 
174 
241 

12 

24 



Sec footnote at end of table 



124 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cuy by Stale 



Population 



Cnine 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnine 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbcr> 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



KENTUCKY— Continued 

Erianger 

Florence 

Fort Thotnas 

Frankfort 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Henderson 

Hopkinsville 

Independence 

Jeffersonlown 

Lexington 

Louisville* 

Madisonville 

Mayfleld 

Middlesboro 

Murray 

Newport 

Nicholasville 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

RadclifT 

Richtnond 

St. Matthews 

Shively 

Somerset 

Winchester 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Bogatusa 

Bossier City 

Crowley 

Gretna 

Harahan 

Houma 

Jennings 

Kenner 

Lafayette 

Lake Charles 

Monroe 

New Iberia 

New Orleans 

Pineville 

Ruston 

Shreveport 

Sulphur 

West Monroe 

Westwego 

MAINE 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Bangor 

Bath 

Biddeford 

See footnote at end of table. 



16,099 
18,764 
16,152 
26,163 

11,499 

12.443 
26,140 
30,033 
10,522 

23,395 

227,060 

271,245 

16,321 

10,009 

11,413 

14,547 
19,012 
13,705 
53,951 

27,460 
19,920 
21,314 
15,918 
15,651 

10,813 
15,917 



49.561 

235,453 

14.388 

53.121 

14.089 
17.338 
10.002 
37.545 
11.390 

72.579 
95,156 
71.115 
55,325 
32,069 

500.791 
12.343 
20.179 

200.031 

20.277 

14.202 
11.303 



23,800 
21,435 
31,342 
10,896 

21,221 



730 
1,168 

219 
1,413 

860 

118 
2,4-82 
1,745 

226 

673 

15,936 

17,428 

1,391 

497 

867 
480 

1,637 
627 

2,712 

3,041 
786 

1,142 
834 
670 

637 
608 



5,004 

30.886 

1.056 

3.777 

969 
1.836 

421 
2.571 

720 

6.657 
8.620 
4,935 
6.976 
1.222 

54.238 

636 

1.422 

20.199 
845 

1.278 
831 



858 
1,462 
2,006 

482 

1,351 



7.30 
1.174 

219 
1,415 

863 

118 

2,489 

1,756 

226 

673 

16,036 

17,736 

1.394 

497 

868 

480 

1.639 

627 

2.722 

3.045 
791 

1.144 
857 
670 

638 
611 



5.035 

31.052 

1,059 

3,784 

970 

1,840 

426 

2,575 
724 

6.660 
8.659 
4.951 
6.977 



639 



20.361 
851 



1.279 
832 



859 
1.478 
2,018 



1.364 



345 
I 



50 



164 
157 



38 

142 

6 

17 

4 
10 

1 
26 

7 

36 
55 
40 
36 
3 

302 
10 

7 
120 

4 

10 
3 



13 



32 

36 

1 

9 

453 

1,246 

11 

9 

2 

1 

46 

4 

37 

60 

9 

20 

17 
40 



106 

1,139 

20 

66 



149 

6 

89 

7 

285 
321 
149 
135 

42 

5,969 
3 

13 

725 
4 



121 
26 
14 

160 

161 

5 

474 

184 

6 

22 

1,172 

799 

132 

90 

34 

38 

175 

98 

57 

425 
25 

173 
46 
43 

44 
67 



208 

4,113 

96 

304 

113 
127 
12 
381 
120 

640 
560 
563 
846 
25 

4.353 

19 

62 

1.622 

108 

59 
60 



35 



97 
139 

46 
258 

117 

19 

342 

425 

57 

72 

3.211 

5,007 

213 

108 

212 
119 
426 
100 
556 

516 
169 
225 
151 
199 



89 



1,181 

6.390 

281 

605 

149 
431 
57 
408 
158 

1.122 
1.649 

960 
1.316 

339 

12.400 

172 

229 

4.539 

132 

137 
197 



173 
294 
349 

52 

239 



479 
925 
152 
897 

527 

75 

1.552 

1.039 

151 

543 

10.075 

8.446 

956 

257 

563 
307 
845 
401 
1,926 

1,901 
541 
608 
599 
305 

468 
423 



3,152 

16,026 

610 

2,525 

684 
907 
328 
1,569 
418 

3.658 
5.620 
2.891 
4.400 
778 

20.977 

408 

1.074 

12.080 
554 

1.003 
474 



627 
1.082 
1,536 

405 

973 



25 



56 


6 


6 




61 


2 


31 


3 


18 




77 


7 


50 


11 


10 




25 




848 


100 


1,730 


308 


70 


3 


78 




52 


, 


n 




128 


2 


73 





108 

124 
30 

105 
38 
78 

35 
18 



310 

3,018 

40 

258 

17 

211 

16 

95 

8 

904 
407 
319 
239 
35 

9,892 
23 
37 

1,063 
43 

65 
65 



125 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified" 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MAINE— Continued 

Brunswick 

Gorham 

Lewiston 

Orono 

Portland 

Presque Isle 

Saco 

Sanford 

Scarborough 

South Portland 

Waterville 

Westbrook 

Windham 

MARYLAND 

Aberdeen 

Annapolis 

Baltimore 

Cambridge 

Cumberland 

Frederick 

Greenbelt 

Hagerstown 

Hyattsville 

Laurel 

Salisbury 

Takoma Park (Montgomery County) 
Westminster 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Arlington 

Barnstable 

Bedford 

Belcherlown 

Bellingham 

Belmont 

Beverly 

Boston 

Braintree 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Chelmsford 

Danvers 

Dartmouth 

Dennis 

Dracul 

Duxbury 

East Bridgewater 

East Longmeadow 

Easton 

Fall River 

Fitchburg 

Framingham 

Gloucester 

Harvard 



21,026 
11,924 
39,251 
10,633 

62,460 
10,620 
15.564 
20,580 
12,590 

23,026 
17,480 
15,574 
1 3,094 



13,301 

33,731 

748,099 

11,703 

24,095 
40,807 
21,442 
36,027 
14,091 

19,757 
20,930 
12,119 
13,282 



44,478 
40,810 
12,951 
10,543 

14,826 
24,636 
38,065 
572,454 
33.721 

21,176 
92,473 
54,532 
95,477 
32,273 

24,092 

27,151 
13,817 
25,507 
13.847 

11.066 

13.321 
19,739 
92,388 
41,054 

64,768 
28.618 
12,287 



723 

245 

2,283 

193 

7,503 
248 
779 
816 
455 

1,464 

1,249 

689 

495 



1,069 

2,793 

85.068 

858 

1,409 
2.550 
1.145 
2.093 
859 

1.266 

2.811 

726 

1,008 



976 

3,360 

201 

220 

275 
493 

1,206 
62,039 

1,680 

429 
8,412 
2,623 
6,330 
1,040 

1,487 
1,590 

717 
1,179 

190 

442 

662 

377 

5,958 

1,565 

3,007 

1,037 

29 



247 

2,293 

193 

7,605 
248 
791 
816 
455 

1,465 

1,254 

701 

497 



1,070 

2,852 

85,669 

868 

1,410 

2,576 

2,115 



2.841 
1.018 



3,360 
202 
220 



313 
499 



1,687 

429 

2,624 
6,367 
1,041 

1,488 
1,592 

720 
1,179 

190 

442 

669 

377 

6,082 



3,008 

1.050 

30 



1 

304 

1 



1 
113 



6 

25 
701 



11 

486 

9 

5 
36 

9 
40 

2 

5 

4 



120 
1 



10 



14 
161 

10.770 
21 

11 
63 
64 
40 
45 

37 

100 

59 

7 



4,784 
34 

2 

362 

95 

397 

9 

17 
19 
4 

2 
2 

5 

6 

7 

168 

56 

49 
3 
I 



5 
II 
64 

6 

289 

4 

7 



80 
220 

7,257 
125 

167 
350 

67 
185 

44 

61 

248 

25 

34 



142 

548 

12 

18 

17 
11 
33 
6,446 
81 

39 

578 

193 

564 

82 

58 
130 
29 

74 
5 

53 

46 

24 

451 

160 

532 
249 

2 



132 
79 

519 
23 

1,837 
62 
141 
166 
118 

103 
120 
124 
11« 



202 

549 

16,230 

161 

255 
398 
134 
410 
196 

190 
590 
121 
104 



247 

912 

50 

82 

96 

130 

447 

10,029 

263 

95 
2,342 

511 
1,093 

171 

193 
351 
234 
278 
61 

118 

97 

127 

1.374 

444 

613 

186 

10 



556 
136 

1.582 
155 

4.699 
163 
605 
615 
302 

1.293 

1.072 

518 

351 



707 

1.735 

39.213 

529 

943 
1.604 

637 
1.336 

431 

839 

1.758 

429 

812 



455 

1.633 

110 

106 

130 

320 

552 

26.726 

918 

233 
2,437 
1,305 
3,222 

669 

935 
851 
417 
566 
118 

204 
425 
149 
2,909 
608 

1,479 

511 

13 



25 
18 
63 

7 

478 
16 

22 
26 
23 

37 
31 
34 

22 



60 

102 

10.593 

19 

24 
108 
232 
106 
138 

130 
94 
83 
46 



119 

202 
24 
12 

25 

24 

144 

13,455 

375 

55 
2,644 

510 
1,009 

107 

278 

235 

31 

259 

4 

60 
85 
70 . 
990 

274 

311 

85 

3 



126 



Fable 8. — Number of OfTenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modined' 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
ihcft 



MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 

Karwich 

Haverhill 

Hingham 

Holden 

Hollislon 

^udson 

^ull 

-awrence 

-eicester 

-eominster 

.exington 

-udlow 

-ynn 

.ynnfield 

vlalden 

^arblehead 

vlarshfield 

rledfieid 

Bedford 

vlelrose 

vlethuen 

vliddleboro 

vlilford 

vlilton 

■Jeedham 

<evi Bedford 

>lewton 

•Jorthamplon 

^orth Andover 

^orth Attleboro 

^orthbridge 

>lorth Reading 

Niorwood 

'eabody 

'embroke 

'epperell 

•illsfield 

Juincy 

leading 

Severe 

iaiem 

)augus 

icituate 

ieekonk 

iharon 

Somerset 

Jomerville 

iouth Hadley 

ipnngfield 

Itoneham 

itoughton 

iwampscott 

Taunton 

A^aliham 

A'atertown 

Vebster 

Vestborough 



10,240 
51,243 

19,753 
14,578 
12,882 
17,174 
10,430 

69,968 
10,156 
38,015 
28,875 
18,756 

80,969 
11,235 
53,701 
19,903 
21,458 

10,495 
57,212 
28,054 
39,854 
17,806 

25,269 
25,637 
27,463 
99,583 
82,305 

29,189 
22,714 
24,953 
13,325 
11,961 

28,602 
46,879 
14,494 
10,063 
48,457 

84,667 
22,462 
42,640 
37,961 
25,462 

16,729 
13,001 
15,464 
17,595 
75,951 

16,628 
156,450 
22,127 
26,686 
13,603 

49,663 
57,681 
33,171 
16,141 
14,085 



438 
3,668 

553 
134 
174 
301 
476 

7,380 
233 

1,707 
436 
577 

7,235 
199 

2,415 
385 
654 

151 

2,240 

613 

2,377 
873 

294 

439 

508 

6,872 

2,726 

1,373 
913 

1,595 
336 
376 

768 

2,553 

434 

288 

2,222 

3,606 

278 
2,526 
1,756 
2,004 

247 
839 
108 
587 
2,999 

324 
17,480 
876 
829 
387 

2,081 

2,512 

1,679 

453 

385 



472 
3,708 

553 
135 
176 
303 
481 

7,406 
234 

437 
578 



199 

2,415 
385 



152 

2,249 
615 

2,382 
876 

295 

439 

508 

7,027 

2,737 

1,379 
916 

1,595 
337 
383 

805 

2,558 

434 

289 

2.231 

3,622 
278 
2,526 
1,758 
2,047 

250 
840 
109 
588 
3.024 

324 

17,654 

876 

830 



2,084 

2,512 

1,679 

457 

385 



13 



15 



146 
1 
5 



303 

1 

17 

2 

3 

387 

3 

81 

I 

4 

2 
47 

9 
49 

1 

2 
21 

6 

377 

46 

5 
1 

9 
2 
3 

2 
31 



6 
137 

I 

807 

7 

11 

4 

56 

21 

13 

9 

2 



26 
264 

1 

10 

10 

29 

120 

977 
24 

147 

2 

95 

921 
6 

406 
28 
51 

10 

361 

II 

57 
134 

1 

42 

25 

880 

137 

119 
36 

136 

88 

9 

95 
66 
46 
83 
305 

219 

9 

222 

145 

97 

19 

14 

8 

27 

397 

33 
1,978 

17 

39 

4 

205 
29 

153 
56 
33 



144 
1,132 

82 
33 
40 
72 
174 

2,238 
56 

307 
89 

118 

2.033 

73 
603 

66 
127 

32 
436 
162 
474 
214 

93 

87 

77 

2.059 

531 

179 

170 

220 

43 

88 

153 

481 

109 

56 

728 

1,000 

55 

664 

361 

302 

81 
132 

50 
127 
776 

64 
4,024 
118 
189 
136 

570 
519 
186 
150 
72 



250 
1,530 

427 
83 
119 
180 
146 

1.568 
127 

1,054 
328 
294 

2,261 

72 
822 
267 
417 

101 
1,036 

336 
1,021 

417 

133 

223 

375 

2,115 

1,697 

907 
595 
1,004 
180 
216 

391 

1,487 
253 
142 

1.018 

1,536 
177 
486 
844 

1,061 

131 
568 
42 
358 
905 

180 

6,794 
520 
429 
209 

852 

1.686 

1.087 

211 

246 



12 
658 

38 

7 

4 

17 

31 

2.260 

22 

169 

14 

67 

1,606 

45 

492 

23 
51 

3 

354 

90 

760 

103 

65 

65 

25 

1,361 

308 

160 

109 

210 

II 

60 

120 

472 

26 

7 

128 

725 

31 

1,056 

357 

514 

12 

120 

7 

64 
766 

46 

3,718 

213 

156 

34 

388 

252 
234 

21 

31 



127 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 



Cily by Slate 


Population 


Cnme 
Index 
total 


Modined- 
Cnme 
Indei 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arwn* 


MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 


38.241 
10.165 
13.805 
27.443 
12.514 

53.879 
12.592 
17.591 
20.198 
21,102 

22,269 
10.144 
31.335 
11.442 

1 10,449 
17,209 
53,958 
39,240 
12,918 

17,297 
17,092 
11,837 
10,692 
12,701 

20,153 
20,652 
42,805 
12,846 
18,958 

10,985 
27,832 
10,183 
57,486 
26,107 

13,982 
13,517 

86,537 
15,962 
14,785 

89.984 
61,313 
1.036.246 
10.529 
10,891 

51.073 
12,275 
10,848 
10,211 
75,235 

25.280 
141,861 

34,347 
14,007 
32,095 

24,281 


1,895 
106 
363 

2,900 

279 

2,044 
368 
609 
298 

1,197 

1,353 
645 

1,478 
644 

6,991 
1,071 
6,339 
2,433 
3,022 

2,968 
478 
339 
286 
678 

930 
699 
1,614 
449 
981 

1,414 
1,963 
646 
2.451 
1,078 

460 

432 

4,864 

998 

373 

7.582 

3.816 

127.080 

367 

257 

2.312 
900 
639 
424 

3,074 

1,953 

18,888 

2,812 

846 

1,415 

1,037 


1,916 
107 
363 

2.918 
280 

2,057 
368 

298 
1,204 

1,353 
646 

1,479 
651 

7.042 
1.090 
6,380 
2,442 
3,044 

2,987 
479 
340 

292 
680 

934 
702 
1,630 
451 
990 

1,432 
1,973 
652 
2,472 
1,080 

462 

434 
4,886 
1,003 

374 

7.604 

3,818 

128,604 

370 

257 

2.331 
923 
645 
427 

3,094 

1.962 

19,245 

2,820 

851 

1,427 

1,060 




18 


26 


255 


431 

26 

104 

583 

56 

438 
98 
160 

74 
365 

126 

139 

217 

93 

1,251 
237 

1,507 
470 
898 

522 
66 
50 
42 
97 

135 
85 
205 
108 
174 

269 
350 
86 
388 
216 

73 

85 

836 

162 

92 

745 

599 

26,059 

74 

33 

270 
233 
178 
47 
574 

325 
5,071 
440 
104 
208 

305 


1,019 
79 

165 
1,634 

189 

1.067 
195 
295 
181 
649 

1.165 
436 
903 
494 

4.725 
586 
3.503 
1.592 
1,092 

1,986 
351 
249 

223 
533 

724 
564 
1,204 
289 
606 

912 
1.341 

506 
1.666 

766 

314 
335 

3.244 
664 
241 

5,487 

2,345 

44.019 

227 

201 

1.640 
364 
393 
337 

2,077 

1.103 
8.304 
1,974 
596 
1.029 

524 


146 
1 

63 
445 

23 

339 
59 
80 
27 
81 

40 
11 

272 
29 

402 
116 

407 
135 
134 

127 
20 
15 
14 
15 

43 
30 

141 
8 

128 

47 
123 

20 
259 

60 

31 

8 

371 

56 

20 

820 

533 

28,740 

28 

15 

246 

121 

35 

25 

242 

275 
2,150 

200 
77 
98 

84 


21 


Weston 




1 






2 

11 

1 

10 

1 
2 
2 

11 


3 

44 

6 

30 

2 

7 

1 

12 

6 
13 
38 

4 

148 
20 

234 
43 

152 

51 
12 

3 
1 
I 

8 
8 

23 
14 
12 

52 
37 
2 
25 
11 

7 
1 
78 
5 
3 

198 

102 

13,569 

4 

4 

34 
43 
13 
9 
39 

75 
915 
64 
11 
15 

27 


26 
181 

4 

160 
13 
65 

13 
79 

16 
41 
43 
16 

413 
94 
604 
152 
688 

237 

26 

21 

6 

24 

17 

6 

38 

29 

55 

122 
90 
25 
80 
23 

27 

3 

287 

106 

10 

315 

179 

12,651 

29 

1 

68 
132 

15 

2 

124 

151 
2,245 

106 
54 
59 

83 






2 


18 




1 






13 


Wilhrah^m 






















7 


MICHIGAN 










5 
4 

7 

50 
17 
72 
39 
54 

43 
3 


1 


Allen Park 


1 

2 
1 
12 
2 
4 

2 


1 




7 




51 




19 


Battle Creek 


41 




9 




22 




19 




1 






1 


Rpverlv Hilk 




6 






8 

2 
6 
3 


2 




1 


4 




3 






16 




' 


2 




6 

10 
21 

7 
33 

2 

8 


9 




2 
1 


18 




10 


Cadillac 


6 






21 






2 






2 






2 




2 


46 

5 

7 

11 

57 

1,427 

5 

3 

54 
6 
4 
4 

13 

24 

151 

27 

4 

5 

13 


22 




5 






1 




6 

1 

615 


22 


Dearborn Heights 


2 




1,524 




3 












19 


Ecorse 

Emmell Township 


1 


23 
6 
3 




5 


20 




9 


Rint 

Flint Township 


52 
1 


357 
8 




5 




1 
1 


12 




23 



Sec fooinoic at end of table. 



128 



■ Table 8. — Number of Oflenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MICHIGAN— Continued 



jrand Blanc Township 

'Grand Haven 

jrand Rapids 

3randville 



jreen Oalc Township 
jrosse Pointe Fairos . 
jrosse Pointe Park ... 
jrosse Pointe Woods 
Hamburg Township . . 



-lamtramck . . . 
Harper Woods 

Hazel Park 

Highland Park 
Holland 



Huron Township 

lackson 

Calamazoo 

Calamazoo Township 
Ceniwood 



^nsing 

^oni Township . . 
Jncoln Township 

-incoln Park 

-ivonia 



vladison Heights 

Vlarquette 

Vlelvindale 

Vlidland 

Vlonroe 



Vlount Clemens 

Mount Morris Township 

Mount Pleasant 

Mundy Township 

Muskegon 



Muskegon Heights 

Muskegon Township 

Miles 

Niles Township 

Northville Township 

Norton Shores 

Novi 

Oak Park 

Oscoda-Ausable Township 
Owosso 

Pittsfield Township 

Plymouth Township 

Portage 

Port Huron 

Redford Township 



River Rouge 
Riverview ... 

Romulus 

Roseville 

Roval Oak .. 



Saginaw 

Saginaw Township 
St. Clair Shores ... 



25,590 

12.044 

190,604 

15,746 

11,694 
10,170 
12,957 
17,853 
13.185 

18,515 
15,019 
20,207 
20,278 
30,985 

10.528 
37,738 
80,904 
21.140 
38,121 

128.315 
13,540 
13,710 
42.159 

101,638 

32.447 
22,148 
11,303 
38,349 
23,081 

18,548 
25,395 
23.467 
11,601 
40,598 

13.279 
15,421 
12,555 
12,928 
17,448 

21,925 
33.256 
30,700 
14,381 
16,449 

17.806 
23,832 
41.362 
33.957 
54.812 

11,402 
14,002 
23.076 
51,814 
65.921 

70.055 
37,978 
68.639 



1.015 

787 

17.494 

597 

237 
437 
544 
374 
291 

2.467 
1.850 
1.871 
3,532 
1,872 

393 
4.728 
8.334 
1.027 
2.085 

10.340 

693 

401 

2.925 

4.321 

1,568 
765 
1.124 
1,427 
1,324 

1.769 
1.606 
1 . 1 36 
582 
5.648 

2.125 

1.184 

1.022 

382 

588 

944 

1,730 

2,392 

366 

933 

1,679 

755 
2,475 
2,421 
3.627 

1 .039 
438 
2.233 
5.406 
3.680 

8.744 
2.002 
3,548 



1.017 

794 

17.607 

599 

238 

437 
548 
377 
292 

2.473 
1.854 
1.887 
3.552 
1.876 

396 
4,766 
8,403 
1,029 
2.093 

10,427 

694 

402 

2,930 



1,579 
769 
1.127 
1,448 
1.337 

1.782 
1.619 
1.141 
582 
5,672 

2.135 

1.185 

1.028 

386 

595 

948 

1.732 

2,400 

371 

937 

1,685 
756 
2,480 
2,449 
3,627 

1.062 
438 
2.246 
5.422 
3.697 

8.926 
2,010 
3.569 



22 



22 



5 

370 

9 

5 



33 

49 
24 

198 
13 
10 



5 

3 

771 

6 

2 
II 
18 
10 

2 

139 

42 

64 

338 

9 



119 

366 

15 

29 

294 

3 

1 

70 

101 



26 

3 

26 

69 

80 

6 

5 

157 

68 

13 

12 

1 

3 

13 
10 

98 



33 
5 
8 

44 
146 

40 
1 

55 
73 
89 

576 
28 
40 



81 

29 

2.115 

5 

12 
3 

7 



338 
11 
183 
571 
128 

18 

1.303 

1,255 

81 

55 

1,274 

47 

32 

118 

164 

81 
26 
39 
30 
103 

161 

129 

24 

33 

539 

246 

3 

62 

II 

10 

25 
32 
275 
21 
58 

143 
14 

77 
228 
128 

83 

6 

161 

208 

126 

1,586 
80 
119 



189 

77 

4.270 

103 

57 
35 
62 
43 
98 

508 

77 
285 
579 
223 

118 
670 
1,678 
233 
298 

1.759 

97 

90 

474 

653 

192 
66 
203 
133 
165 

331 

476 

124 

94 

1,283 

423 
221 
202 
106 
81 

98 
169 
355 

99 
198 

176 
135 
303 
486 
531 

233 
70 
360 
555 
515 

2,041 
235 
510 



655 

652 

8,675 

434 

143 
368 
396 
269 

155 

1,018 
1,493 
1,081 
1,197 
1.426 

211 
2.349 
4.621 

637 
1,555 

6.218 

519 

256 

1,787 

2,883 

1,043 
635 
677 

1,192 
938 

1,096 
692 
945 
418 

3,184 

1.228 
909 
683 
249 
442 

752 

1,393 

1,332 

229 

633 

1,168 
522 
2,002 
1,485 
2,209 

469 

329 

1.284 

3,880 

2,585 

3,931 

1.592 
2,482 



76 

21 

1.271 

40 

16 
20 
61 

52 
17 

439 
226 
245 
749 
53 

42 
183 
349 

43 
125 

595 

20 

19 

464 

498 

214 
29 

172 
39 

73 

100 

200 

28 

29 

455 

142 
34 
52 
14 
51 

53 

122 

307 

10 

26 

146 
79 
62 

138 

574 

197 
32 
340 
639 
335 

381 

54 

385 



129 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over io Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
then 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Sault Ste. Maiie 

Shelby Township 

Southfield 

Southgate 

Sterling Heights 

Sturgis 

Summit Township 

Sumpter Township 

Taylor 

Thomas Township 

Traverse City 

Trenton 

Troy 

Van Buren Township 

Walker 

Warren 

Waterford Township 

Wayne 

West Bloomfield Township 

Westland 

White Lake Township 

Woodhaven 

Wyandotte 

Wyoming 

Ypsilanti 

MINNESOTA 

Albert Lea 

Andover 

Anoka 

Apple Valley 

Austin 

Bemidji 

Blaine 

Bloomington 

Brooklyn Center 

Brooklyn Park 

Bumsville 

Champlin 

Chanhassen 

Chaska 

Cloquet 

Columbia Heights 

Coon Rapids 

Cottage Grove 

Crystal 

Duluth 

Eagan 

Eden Prairie 

Edina 

Elk River 

Fairmont 

Faribault 

Fergus Falls 

Fridley 

Golden Valley 



14.803 
49,035 

76,320 
31,011 
118,731 
10,209 
21,295 

10,976 
71,364 
11,056 
15,273 
20,746 

73,453 
21,174 
17,414 
145,996 
67,213 

20,054 

54,942 
85,386 
22,784 
11,721 

31,179 
64,390 
25.040 



18,548 
15,413 
17,415 
35,048 

22,192 
11,391 
39,482 
87,458 
29,262 

57,114 
51,955 
17,068 
11.884 
11.486 

11,026 
19,156 
53,667 
23,233 
24,097 

86,605 

48,025 
39,822 
46,669 
11.287 

11,411 
17,307 
12,522 
28,703 
21,243 



588 
1,842 

5,693 

1,970 

5,789 

483 

515 

404 
6,019 

317 
922 
537 

3,733 
994 
1.372 
9.346 
4.793 

1.320 

1,499 

5,633 

935 

961 

1,326 
4,213 
2,179 



703 

483 

928 

1,074 

971 
1.365 
2,563 
3,740 
2,689 

3,295 

2,760 

512 

204 

471 

562 

1,163 

2,588 

830 

917 

4,886 
1.582 
1,437 
1,658 
504 

628 
957 
671 
1,840 
843 



1,858 

5,715 

1,985 

5,849 

484 

516 

413 
6,042 

928 
540 

3,756 
997 
1,376 
9,394 
4,809 



1.506 

5,683 

951 

967 

1,330 

4,227 
2,186 



710 

487 

931 

1,081 

973 
1,366 
2,568 
3,752 
2,695 

3,312 

2,768 

512 

205 

475 

568 

1,177 

2,603 

833 

921 

4,904 
1,588 
1,449 
1,660 
507 

628 
965 
672 
1,846 
846 



17 

19 

10 

113 

42 

30 
6 

45 
6 
4 

4 
30 

45 



6 
13 

242 

23 

60 

5 



1 

119 

1 

4 
10 

35 
14 
10 
318 
50 

46 

16 

89 

4 

4 

22 
83 
85 



13 
99 

297 
97 

288 
62 
47 

36 

271 

4 

32 

30 

134 

45 

29 

759 

289 

123 
75 

357 
70 
32 

44 
206 
259 



19 
23 
42 
29 

25 
54 
42 
85 
76 

248 

29 

19 

8 

11 

17 
52 
48 
39 
44 

189 
30 
38 
23 
15 

10 
24 
15 
35 
12 



90 
293 

911 
208 
654 
77 
136 

126 

867 

26 

114 

529 
149 
174 
1,437 
658 

242 
276 
928 
139 
82 

176 
746 
398 



92 
123 
175 
175 

153 
82 
285 
497 
299 

640 

248 

91 

26 

77 

104 
211 
421 
118 
160 

877 
198 
167 
258 
60 

100 
212 
116 
265 
180 



449 
1,301 

2,978 

1,300 

4,342 

318 

309 

178 
3.499 
277 
723 
329 

2.646 
655 
1,109 
5,050 
3,277 

721 
1,053 
3,469 

670 

723 

964 
2,872 
1,145 



554 
309 
630 
820 

729 
1,107 
2,103 
2,754 
1,992 

2,057 

2,258 

370 

148 

349 

390 
816 
1,960 
612 
628 

3,443 
1,260 
1,161 
1,315 
390 

490 
671 
507 
1,392 
566 



25 
125 

1,230 

331 

404 

13 

12 

59 

1,205 

7 

38 

46 

371 

III 

40 

1,667 

474 

157 
72 

741 
46 

116 

115 

274 
244 



28 
20 

55 
38 

49 
113 
113 
345 
239 

243 
187 

25 

19 

26 

46 

57 
131 
44 
61 

293 
75 
55 
50 
31 

20 , 
45 

27 
115 
69 



130 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 








Cily by State 


Population 


Critne 
Index 
total 


Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


MINNESOTA— Continued 


15,645 
18,280 
16,749 
11,672 
22.769 

25.177 
31.886 
39.239 
31.356 
12,179 

373,303 
48,999 

32,715 
12,704 
22,495 

22,137 
13,302 
14,874 
10,296 
12,537 

18,613 
19,638 
51,551 
11,631 
12,569 

15,330 
36,174 
14,583 
71,665 
33,920 

49.445 
44.356 
275,776 
10,034 
11,891 

24,906 
10,534 
20,459 
11,184 
19,498 

25,025 
17.759 
25,729 
20,336 
10,106 

11,157 
19,860 
22,006 
23,972 

11,906 
45,556 
19,044 
10,943 

42,187 

198,183 


580 
318 
686 
592 
816 

950 
2,035 

870 
2,142 

463 

42,115 

1,771 

1,920 

520 

735 

658 
457 
419 
296 
426 

832 
658 
1,716 
624 
449 

797 
1,798 

845 
3,665 
2,415 

3,032 

2,041 

21,765 

354 

692 

290 
290 
990 
182 
1,233 

1,204 

1,000 

1.341 

785 

292 

153 

895 

874 

1.621 

392 
3.595 
1.798 
1,052 
3,150 

27,126 


581 
318 
698 
596 
826 

959 
2,049 

871 
2,165 

465 

1,781 

1,924 

522 

738 

660 
457 
427 
299 
433 

839 
659 
1.728 
624 
449 

803 
1.808 

850 
3,669 

2,422 

3,044 

2,050 

22,034 

356 

695 

291 
293 
998 
182 
1,236 

1,206 

1,006 

1.347 

790 

293 

153 

907 

875 

1.628 

392 
3.609 
1.806 

3,155 

27,250 




3 
3 
5 
1 
6 

3 
12 
5 
6 
4 

744 

12 

3 

3 
-) 

1 


2 


16 
9 

24 
8 

33 

14 
20 
20 
41 
17 

2,471 
43 
31 
17 
13 

24 
7 
8 
3 

15 

43 
16 
58 
7 
11 

25 
70 
14 
86 
25 

75 
46 
1,583 
12 
24 

2 

5 

23 


87 
61 
115 

75 
138 

139 
272 
129 
254 
52 

8,990 

372 

217 

74 

141 

80 
80 
46 
14 
70 

157 
88 

326 
74 

101 

113 

357 

. 96 

656 

235 

385 

292 

4,583 

79 

102 

32 
52 

121 
30 

117 

273 
108 
135 
175 
31 

65 
440 
269 
320 

160 

1,132 

564 

195 

829 

8,688 


397 
227 
447 
485 
563 

750 
1,629 

677 
1,663 

371 

22,155 

1,240 

1,606 

405 

514 

491 
355 
315 
263 
309 

565 
530 
1,212 
468 
300 

618 
1,172 

619 
2,714 
1,945 

2,362 

1,480 

12,124 

231 

496 

245 
215 
754 
133 
954 

817 
806 
1,152 
578 
234 

62 

367 

554 

1,147 

173 
2,319 
1,049 

622 
1,909 

12,710 


75 
18 
82 
23 
69 

42 
90 
36 
160 
19 

5.081 
93 

57 
20 

57 

54 
14 
44 
15 

25 

62 
21 
110 

72 
35 

35 
150 

92 
165 
177 

169 

177 

2,327 

25 

61 

7 

14 

82 

16 

111 

84 
40 

37 
25 

7 

9 

26 
23 
48 

33 
35 

123 
43 

108 

3,342 


1 










1 


12 


12 




4 






7 

2 
10 

2 
18 


10 






9 




2 
1 


14 




1 




23 


Marshall 




2 




64 
1 


2,610 
10 
6 

1 
8 

7 
1 
2 

4 

2 
1 

4 
3 
1 

1 
38 
20 

27 
27 

15 

39 

850 

3 
2 

4 
1 

9 
2 
14 

7 
5 
2 
1 
1 

1 
17 
10 
35 

12 
50 

22 
22 
55 

1,313 






10 




4 






2 






3 




1 


2 






^orthfield 




4 


8 






3 


*4orth St Paul 


1 


2 

3 
2 
6 


7 


3akdale 


7 






1 






12 












1 

5 
11 

4 

17 
5 

23 

7 

286 

4 

7 




Red Wine 




6 






10 






5 






4 


Roseville 


1 

3 


7 


Si Cloud 


12 


Si Louis Park 


9 


Si Paul 


12 


269 




2 


ShakoDce 




3 






1 






3 

1 

5 

1 
13 

1 


3 






8 








West St Paul 




32 

22 
27 
14 
6 
19 

13 
31 
12 
56 

12 

23 

19 

159 

217 

809 


3 






2 


Willmar 


1 


6 




6 






5 








1 


I MISSISSIPPI 




3 

12 

5 

8 






2 

1 
7 

2 
11 
8 

1 
5 

74 


12 




1 




7 








25 
13 
10 

27 

190 


14 




8 


Grenada 






5 




124 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slate 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Foixrible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MISSISSIPPI— Continued 

Laurel 

Long Beach 

McComb 

Meridian 

Moss Point 

Natchez 

Ocean Springs 

Oxford 

Pascagoula 

Picayune 

Ridgeland 

Starkville 

Tupelo 

Vicksburg 

MISSOURI 

Arnold 

Ballwin 

Bellefontaine Neighbors 

Belton 

Berkeley 

Blue Springs 

Bridgeton 

Cape Girardeau 

Carthage 

Chesterfield 

Clayton 

Columbia 

Creslwood 

Creve Coeur 

Excelsior Springs 

Farmington 

Ferguson 

Florissant 

Fulton 

Gladstone 

Grandview 

Hannibal 

Hazelwood 

Independence 

Ironton 

Jefferson City 

Jennings 

Joplin 

Kansas City 

Kirksville 

Kirkwood 

Lebanon 

Lees Summit 

Maplewood 

Marshall 

Maryland Heights 

Mary ville 

Mexico 

Moberly 

OFallon 

Overland 



18.964 
15.919 
11.675 
41,335 

17.967 
19.602 
14.765 
10,056 
26.088 

10,710 
11.799 
18,592 
30,909 
21.060 



18.978 
21.990 
11.009 
18,295 

12,549 
40,474 
17.921 
34.713 
10,832 

38,294 
13,984 
69,653 
11,323 
12,402 

10,436 
11,690 
22,464 
51,615 
10,113 

26.452 
25.166 
18.147 
15.446 
113.199 

10,811 
35,764 
16.032 
41.287 
438.188 

17,289 
27,509 
10,062 
46,789 
10,041 

12,812 
25,610 
10,748 
11,380 
12,941 

18,847 
18,130 



1,807 

627 

1,188 

2,124 

1,205 

2,065 

818 

692 

2,754 

597 
818 

1,427 
1,535 
1,749 



821 
511 
465 
655 

814 
1,632 
1,299 
2,215 

507 

961 
838 
4.662 
446 
504 

627 

649 

1.089 

1,479 

563 

911 

1,633 

966 

739 

7,775 

38 

1.789 

1.428 

3.973 

57.834 

737 
802 
481 
1.383 
820 

264 
1,106 
293 
245 
604 

694 
1,156 



1,813 

629 

1,188 

2.131 

1,244 

2,069 

820 

2,763 

597 

818 

1,429 

1,535 

1,751 



821 
513 
465 
657 

820 
1,641 
1,299 
2,219 

510 

967 
842 
4,702 
450 
504 

631 
649 

1,091 

1,488 

563 

923 

1,637 

970 

741 

7,823 

38 

1.810 

1.441 

4.011 

58.374 

738 
804 
484 
1.388 
820 

265 
1.110 
295 
246 
608 

695 
1,161 



1 

135 



12 
II 
13 

477 



39 

2 

21 

69 

35 

55 

13 

8 

135 

II 
23 
25 
12 
46 



52 
34 
10 

II 

60 

5 

14 
146 

1 

31 

67 

44 

4,955 

3 

9 

I 

16 

33 

2 

14 
1 
5 
6 



22 
20 
50 
45 

64 

145 

19 

30 

203 

44 

6 

150 

23 
166 



33 

16 

1 

39 

64 
59 
37 
80 
9 

50 

38 

313 

5 

15 

13 
80 

38 
65 
65 

72 

51 

59 

8 

439 

4 

83 

38 

85 

6,846 

2 

20 

9 

35 
51 



389 
191 
348 
650 

429 
504 
184 
149 
648 

85 

132 

282 

'267 

531 



125 
92 

114 
96 

239 
268 
186 
279 
126 

149 

195 

786 

46 

59 

113 
55 
281 
260 
119 

230 
314 
181 
161 
1,685 

5 

341 

256 

661 

13.008 

111 
154 
95 
295 
106 

62 
160 
32 
97 
96 

105 
197 



1,282 
385 
715 

1,153 

606 

1,296 

547 

488 

1.548 

429 
592 
916 
1,120 
896 



606 
384 
293 

472 

323 
1,186 

938 
1,770 

348 

724 
541 
3,291 
345 
367 

470 
477 
578 
1,045 
355 

496 

1.001 

670 

488 

4.693 

25 

1.231 

895 

3,011 

22,527 

581 
583 
326 
943 
559 

195 
784 
245 
128 
429 

554 
829 



58 
26 
46 
184 

50 
50 
41 
16 
185 

23 
63 
42 
109 
90 



41 
12 
46 
39 

124 
85 
94 
60 
18 

27 
53 
150 
36 
54 

27 

33 

135 

68 

9 

95 
195 
48 
67 
784 

3 

91 

161 

158 

9,886 

32 
33 
48 
92 
65 

5 

-79 

8 

6 

15 

15 
63 



132 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



Populatioti 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglan 



Larcenv- 

theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MISSOURI— Continued 

Raytown 

Richmond Heights 

loUa 

It. Ann 

1st. Charles 

It. Joseph 

it. Louis 

It. Peters 

ledalia 

likeston 

Ipringfieid 

Jniversily City 

Varrensburg 

Vashington 

Vebster Groves 

MONTANA 

titlings 

jreat Falls 

iavre 

Helena 

Calispell 

NEBR.\SK.\ 

ieatnce 

iellevue 

Tolumbus 

- remont 

jrand Island 

Hastings 

Kearney 

-incoln 

Norfolk 

North Platte 

Otr.aha 

Papillion 

Scotlsbluff 

NEVADA 

Boulder City 

Henderson 

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police 

Department Jurisdiction 

Reno 

Sparks 

NEW H.\MPSHIRE 

Bedford 

Berlin 

Claremont 

Concord 

Derry 

Dover 

Durham 

Exeter 

Goffstown 



30.845 
10,531 
14.202 

14.604 
54.991 
72.426 
399.858 
46.145 

19.958 
17,782 
141.617 
40,407 
15.365 

10.789 
23.170 



82,106 
55,712 
10,315 
24,843 

12,050 



12,468 
31,268 
19,660 
23,899 

39,750 
23,048 
24,621 
193,749 
21,674 

22,814 

338,987 

10,468 

13,837 



13.426 
69.382 



656.391 
143,001 



57,015 



12,514 
11,778 
13,848 
35,868 

29,489 
24,946 
11,772 
12,433 
14.565 



1,252 

1,030 

652 



1,315 
2,259 
4,607 
64,103 
2,171 

992 

1,086 

11.905 

2.730 

540 

550 
533 



3,463 

5.381 

431 

996 

1.372 



616 

1.283 

692 

1,022 

2,800 

975 

1,375 

14,954 

1,185 

1,469 

24,004 

145 

1,038 



347 
3.308 



48.779 
12.089 



4,396 



259 

148 

612 

1,810 

1,363 
896 
244 
379 
387 



1.253 

1,039 

657 

1,315 

2,264 

4,629 

64,970 

2,179 

992 

1,097 

12,000 

2,752 

548 

551 
544 



3.480 

5.426 

432 

998 

1,372 



616 

1.283 

692 

1.028 

2,802 

977 

1,387 

15.013 

1.185 

1.474 

24,219 

146 

1.038 



3.334 



49,260 
12,148 



259 

155 

614 

1,817 

1,401 
899 
245 
384 
391 



2 

260 

1 

1 



103 
9 



12 

33 

342 

6 

11 
10 
54 
14 
1 

1 

2 



2 
7 
1 
3 

9 

4 

5 

89 

7 

6 

207 



69 



433 
167 



69 



46 
20 

4 

20 
47 
35 
5,294 
30 

10 
25 
151 
118 



1 

7 
2 

5 

18 
2 
4 
112 
4 

6 
634 



3 
107 



.3,193 

427 



100 



21 



34 
36 
41 

17 

111 

276 

!,180 

132 

37 

33 

426 

106 

16 

72 
27 



3 
23 
14 
17 

38 
10 
32 
890 
55 

51 
2,366 



15 
105 



1,932 
531 



232 



97 
104 

112 
416 
821 
13,396 
330 

135 

238 

2,560 

779 

93 

69 

122 



573 

692 

IS 

120 

137 



67 
183 

80 
121 

507 
151 
206 

2,327 
137 

216 

3,986 

16 

154 



84 
841 

10,743 
2,155 

779 



76 

26 

85 

315 

358 
79 
36 
50 
84 



763 
779 
483 

1,021 
1,516 

3.178 

27,381 

1,591 

766 

731 

8,275 

1,333 

408 

389 
347 



2,582 

4.290 

381 

757 

1.157 



523 

1.010 

563 

828 

2,124 

774 

1,052 

11,117 

956 

1,132 

1 5,040 

114 

823 



222 
1,874 



25,828 
8,168 



3,011 



162 

109 

479 

1,352 

820 
761 
192 
300 
284 



113 
95 
19 

141 

157 

262 

9,250 

81 

32 

49 

435 

378 

20 

15 

22 



227 

244 

25 

51 



55 



20 
53 
32 
48 

104 
34 
76 

419 

25 

57 

1,736 

4 

22 



23 
312 

6,547 
632 

202 



12 
5 

19 

76 

140 

27 

7 

23 

10 



133 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
thefl 



NEW HAMPSHIRE— Continued 

Hatnpton 

Hudson 

Keene 

Laconia 

Lebanon 

Londonderry 

Manchester 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Nashua 

Rochester 

Salem 

Somersworth 

NEW JERSEY 

Aberdeen Township 

Asbur>' Park 

Atlantic City 

Bamegat Township 

Bayonne 

Beileville 

Bellmawr 

Bergenfield 

Berkeley Heights 

Berkeley Township 

Bernards Township 

Bloomfield 

Branchburg Township 

Brick Township 

Bridgeton 

Bridgewater Township 

Brigantine 

Burlington Township 

Camden 

Carteret 

Cedar Grove Township 

Cherry Hill 

Cinnaminson Township 

Clark 

Cliffside Park 

Clifton 

Clinton Township 

Collingswood 

Cranford Township 

Delran Township 

Denville Tow nship 

Deplford Township 

Dover 

Dover Township 

Dumont 

East Brunswick Township 

East Orange 

East Windsor Township 

Eatontown 

Edison 

Egg Harbor Township 

Elizabeth 



12,230 
19,455 
22,344 
15,682 
12,136 

19,705 
99,240 
22,071 
11,749 
79,356 

26,528 
25,647 
11,205 



17,103 
16,863 
38,132 
12,282 

61,681 
34,345 
12,651 
24,552 
12,026 

37,463 
17,265 
45,234 
10,930 
66,729 

19,015 
32,634 
11.397 
12,502 
87,829 

19,098 
12,099 
69,615 
14,639 
14,685 

20,471 
72,018 
10,857 
15,348 
22,720 

13,228 
13,865 
24,230 
15,173 
76,665 

17,253 
43,716 
73,835 
22,439 
13.853 

89,022 
24.638 
110.426 



794 

484 

1.144 

1.187 

756 

555 

7.013 

306 

443 

2.762 

1.217 

1,578 

451 



684 

1,459 

14.453 

306 

2.208 

1.935 

330 

608 

139 

780 
259 

2,345 
275 

2,057 

1,690 

922 

682 

650 

14,263 

572 
462 
4,228 
476 
371 

432 
3,456 
206 
841 
645 

456 
320 

1,839 
536 

3,866 

341 
1,710 
7,675 

546 
1,017 

3,302 

1,769 

11.489 



802 

485 

1,157 

1,208 

761 

566 

7,059 

306 

445 

2,792 

1,223 

1,584 

455 



691 

1.461 

14.549 

307 

2.213 

1,940 

330 

608 

139 

790 
261 

2,347 
279 

2,060 

1,706 

937 

688 

656 

14,676 

572 
477 
4,244 
481 
371 

432 
3,465 
207 
852 
646 

456 
320 

1,856 
536 

3,921 

341 
1,723 
7,759 

548 
1,018 

3,329 

1,785 

11,518 



35 



6 
1 
4 

25 

3 

3 

9 

100 

8 
1 

4 
5 



5 

107 

5 



5 
2 
7 
5 
3 

3 
165 



10 

114 

636 

I 

92 
84 
11 
10 



2 
84 

2 
13 

91 

6 

6 

12 

1,960 

22 

7 

84 

12 

2 

4 
100 



22 



10 

1 
32 
II 

44 

3 

20 

1,100 

4 

14 

52 

29 

1,072 



30 
138 
673 

20 

225 

125 

17 

30 

2 

20 
13 
64 
12 
53 

280 
19 
49 

44 
1,109 

23 
59 

73 
12 

5 

15 
93 

7 
13 

6 

22 
29 
68 
26 
94 

11 

47 

756 

12 

32 

96 

96 

513 



176 
134 
132 
244 
90 

133 

2,040 

79 

55 

434 

189 
160 
'65 



140 

214 

1,737 

56 

531 
291 

10 
112 

12 

217 
58 

404 
58 

379 

371 
158 
142 
126 
3,176 

128 
115 
636 
137 
35 

91 
575 

59 
139 

89 

76 
10 

260 
94 

833 

59 

232 

1,537 

80 

104 

544 
393 

2,255 



548 
295 
880 
828 
618 

373 

4,306 

206 

352 

1,966 

947 

1,030 

349 



443 

850 

10,754 

216 

1.061 
879 
260 
393 
117 

506 
149 

1,107 
198 

1,479 

840 
645 
444 
408 
4,363 

325 
249 
2,669 
233 
267 

244 
1,988 
129 
503 
478 

275 
262 

1,219 
346 

2,690 

254 

1,232 

1,873 

393 

800 

2,058 
1,106 
4,433 



60 
44 
34 

55 
32 

42 
427 

1« 

7 

286 

52 

321 

28 



49 

126 

556 

9 

291 

551 

28 

63 



22 
35 

678 
4 

128 

83 
91 

38 

51 
3,520 

66 
31 
760 
77 
62 

71 

691 

9 

163 

62 

67 
17 

260 
58 

191 

14 

174 

2,29J 

52 

58 

545 

114 

3,147 



134 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robtjcry 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NEW JERSEY— Continued 

Elmwood Park 

Englewood 

Evesham Township 

Ewing Township 

Fair Lawn 

Fairview 

Rorence Township 

Fort Lee 

Franklin Township (Gloucester County) 
Franklin Township (Sotnersel County) 

Freehold 

Freehold Township 

jalloway Township 

jarfield 

jjassboro 

jlen Rock 

Gloucester City 

jloucester Township 

-lackensack 

Haddonfield 

Haddon Township 

Hamilton Township (Atlantic County) 

Hamilton Township (Mercer County) 

Hammonton 

Hanover Township 

Harrison 

Hasbrouck Heights 

Hawlhome 

Hazlet Township 

Highland Park 

Hillsborough Township 

Hillside Township 

Hoboken 

Holmdel Township 

Hopatcong 

Hopewell Township 

Howell Township 

Irvington 

Jackson Township 

Jefferson Township 

Jersey City 

Keansburg 

Kearny 

Lacey Township 

Lakewood 

Lawrence Township 

Lincoln Park 

Linden 

Lindenwold 

Little Egg Harbor Township 

Little Falls Township 

Little Ferry 

Livingston 

Lodi 

Long Branch 

Lower Township 

Lyndhurst Township 



17,691 
24,945 

35,445 
34,316 
30,665 
10,774 
10,305 

32,120 
14,537 
42,945 
10,783 
24,805 

23,420 
26,830 
15,674 
10,925 
12,697 

54,004 
37,192 
11,672 
14,894 
16.073 

86,887 
12.255 
11.582 
13.476 
11,532 

17,149 
22,060 
13.330 
28,919 
21,125 

33,525 
11,576 
1 5,646 
11,634 
39,137 

61,253 
33,361 
17,893 
229.419 
11.111 

35,008 
22.226 
45,221 
25,886 
11,020 

36,842 
18,806 
13.384 
11.337 
10.027 

26.711 
22.441 
28,768 
20,900 
18,332 



850 
1,392 

861 
2,234 
684 
348 
283 

1.098 
406 

1.863 
687 
719 

984 
603 
1.133 
170 
420 

2,442 

2,450 

391 

735 

1.039 

2,894 
503 
204 

377 
444 

454 
468 
398 
616 
1,818 

2.830 
349 
472 
139 

1.090 

7.820 
1.441 

355 
21,108 

448 

2,034 

618 

2,709 

2,327 

249 

2,690 

1.112 

472 

951 

326 

1.144 
834 

2.721 
806 
889 



856 
1.395 

871 
2.239 
685 
349 
287 

1.099 
413 

1.875 
689 
719 

989 
609 
1,139 
170 
420 

2,459 

2,452 

399 

745 

1,057 

2.910 
508 
204 
377 
444 

457 
470 
399 
621 
1,820 

2,844 
350 
473 
143 

1,098 

7,855 
1,447 

360 
21,177 

456 

2,041 

623 

2.732 

2.334 

250 

2.704 

1.119 

472 

957 

328 

1,146 
835 

2,744 
815 
890 



58 



41 

45 

6 

10 
II 

33 

3 

15 

54 

55 

2 

16 

27 

82 
4 
1 

9 
1 

14 

7 

3 

2 

122 

98 

2 



1 
14 

723 

5 

2 

2.576 

3 

49 

2 
105 

33 
3 

130 

26 

1 

6 
II 

II 
11 

135 
12 

7 



19 
80 

21 
51 
21 
5 
23 

43 
37 
40 
50 
10 

21 
16 
58 
3 
14 

103 
57 
10 
13 
60 

45 
21 

5 
15 

4 



51 
14 

7 
67 

245 
10 
19 



42 

598 

22 

17 

1,917 

69 

107 
9 

123 
40 
13 

122 

62 

29 

33 

4 

10 
12 
227 
23 
22 



94 
406 

224 

365 

91 

82 

65 

233 
117 
373 
120 
80 

219 
85 

227 
56 

109 

388 
253 
42 
123 
213 

592 
84 
25 
30 
73 

65 
76 

52 
122 
350 

571 
53 
88 
58 

172 

1,720 

149 

90 

4,610 

73 

279 

84 

569 

295 

35 

483 
240 
116 
162 
41 

77 
108 
773 
177 
104 



583 
628 

536 
1.351 
479 
177 
181 

633 
208 
1.185 
436 
552 

665 
340 
754 
102 
231 

1,621 

1,700 

326 

521 

658 

1,685 
362 
155 
139 
303 

310 
307 
313 
464 

672 

1.199 

277 

331 

70 

807 

2.054 
1.230 

226 
6,494 

288 

1,209 

503 

1,681 

1,335 

178 

1,255 
592 
309 
610 
212 

867 

529 

1,421 

560 

572 



140 
178 

59 
415 
75 
78 
11 

150 
35 

222 
30 
70 

59 

150 

46 

6 

43 

244 

375 

10 

60 

69 

483 
30 
18 

184 
63 

57 
26 
16 
20 
596 

714 

7 

30 

10 

52 

2,649 
35 
19 

5,392 
13 

388 

19 

208 

618 

17 

694 

1S2 

16 

140 

57 

178 
173 
142 
22 
181 



135 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to tbe Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 



Population 



Cnmc 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NEW JERSEY— Continued 

Madison 

Mahwah Township 

Manalapan Township 

Manchester Township 

Mantua Township 

Manvtlie 

Maple Shade Township 

Maplew'ood Township 

Marlboro 

Medford Township 

Metuchen 

Middlesex 

Middle Township 

MiddletowTi Township 

Millbum Township 

Millville 

Monroe Township (Gloucester County) 
Monroe Township (Middlesex County) 

Montclair 

Montville Township 

Mooreslown Township 

Momstown 

Morris Township 

Mount Holly 

Mount Laurel Township 

Mount Olive Township 

Neptune Township 

Newark 

New Brunswick 

New Milford 

New Providence 

North Arlington 

North Bergen Township 

North Brunswick Township 

North Hanover Township 

North Plainfield 

Nutley 

Oakland 

Ocean City 

Ocean Township 

Old Bridge 

Orange 

Palisades Park 

Paramus 

Parsippany-Troy Hills Township 

Passaic 

Paterson 

Pemberton Township 

Pennsauken 

Pennsville Township 

Pequannock Township 

Perth Amboy 

Phillipsburg 

Piscataway Township 

Plainfield 

Plainsboro Tow-nship 

Pleasantville 



15,911 
17,974 
26,819 
36,114 
10,112 

10,607 
19,285 
21,735 
28,081 
20,605 

12,853 
13,105 
14,828 
68,446 
18,701 

26,092 
26,806 
22,340 
37.874 
15,660 

16,178 
16.251 
20,029 
10,680 
30,386 

21.364 
28.256 
276.510 
41.872 
16.051 

11,483 
13,843 
48,600 
31,407 
10.032 

18.892 
27.203 
12.043 
15.571 
25,154 

56,692 

30,040 
14,592 
25,163 
48,665 

58,265 
141,434 
31,462 
34,872 
13,847 

12,893 
42.128 
15.817 
47,270 
46.746 

14.267 
16.088 



330 
556 
482 
440 
304 

261 
804 
1.037 
619 
489 

473 
436 
810 
1.359 
735 

1,602 
1,067 

329 
2,276 

454 

619 

1,452 
422 
797 

747 

470 

2,090 

40,940 

4.447 

420 

158 

426 

2.915 

1.586 

45 

1.483 

943 

182 

1.862 

1.322 

1.681 
3.160 
349 
4.184 
1.758 

4,058 

10,810 

1.099 

2.409 

435 

335 
2.916 

387 
1.911 
3.769 

466 
1.428 



330 
558 
487 
466 
306 

262 
811 
1.041 
624 
494 

475 
439 
813 
1.368 
737 

1.606 
1.077 

335 
2.281 

455 

623 
1.460 
423 
806 
748 

473 

2,096 

41,156 

4,456 

423 

159 

426 

2.917 

1.591 

45 

1.490 

960 

182 

1.863 

1.330 

1.698 
3.192 
349 
4.210 
1,774 

4,066 

10,854 

1,121 

2,421 

439 

344 
2,944 

389 
1,921 
3,792 

468 
1,443 



13 
244 

24 
3 

1 

1 

II 

1 



10 

9 
14 

6 
15 

70 
29 

2 
76 

1 

17 
93 
1 
38 
13 

4 

66 

5,201 

283 

3 

3 

7 

88 

35 



7 
21 

9 
327 

4 
35 
19 

435 

1,051 

25 

120 

1 

2 
139 

3 

37 

386 



66 



4 
10 
36 

17 
10 

10 
40 
45 
28 
27 

7 
10 
28 
33 
10 

130 
45 
33 

100 



31 
98 

17 
110 

24 

34 

96 

3,869 

167 

16 

1 

13 

108 

40 

2 

45 

60 

9 

40 

22 

91 

241 

4 

62 

53 

315 

1,232 

173 

55 

5 



176 

26 

151 

145 

12 
143 



54 
94 
83 
85 
56 

27 
179 
190 
106 

76 

91 

46 
'l57 
259 

83 

378 
254 

87 
426 

78 

74 
227 

65 
121 
141 

137 

535 

6,180 

889 

66 

15 

55 

816 

320 

11 

267 
207 
38 
423 
268 

325 
607 
132 
198 
410 

747 

2,438 

268 

775 

46 

64 
646 

78 
361 
975 

74 
460 



251 
419 
337 
310 

217 

207 
391 
544 
454 
359 

329 
347 
557 
991 
562 

953 
650 
196 
1,346 
321 

416 
927 
297 
452 
495 

265 

1,256 

11,397 

2,573 

303 

116 

272 

1,129 

1,040 

29 

947 
491 
131 
1,342 
935 

1,093 

841 

136 

3,031 

1.116 

1,513 

4,053 

528 

692 

372 

242 
1.586 

237 
1.234 
1.702 

330 
618 



18 
30 
20 
14 
12 

12 
171 
210 

21 

22 

36 

21 
43 
62 
63 

61 
85 
11 
316 
51 

81 
96 

42 
55 
67 

22 

124 

13,961 

507 

29 

22 
77 . 
758 
149 

3 . 

167 
160 

4 . 
41 
65 

157 

1.122 

72 . 

851 

143 

1,009 

1,949 

91 

749 

10 

16 
336 

42 
119 
532 

43 
129 



136 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Cnmc 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larcenv- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



I NEW JERSEY— Continued 

Point Pleasant 

Pompton Lakes 

Princeton 

Princeton Township 

Rahway 

Ramsey 

Randolph Township 

Raritan Township 

Readington Township 

Red Bank 

Ridgefield 

Ridgefield Park 

Ridgewood 

Ringwood 

River Edge 

Rockaway Township 

Roselle 

Rosellc Park 

Roxbury Township 

Rutherford 

Saddle Brook Township 

Sayreville 

Scotch Plains Township 

Secaucus 

Somers Point 

Somerville 

South Brunswick Township 

South Orange 

South Plainfield 

South Rtver 

Sparta Township 

Springfield 

Stafford Township 

Summit 

Teaneck Township 

Tenafly 

Tinton Falls 

Totowa 

Trenton 

Union City 

Union Township 

Ventnor City 

Vernon Township 

Verona 

Vineland 

Voorhees Township 

Wallington 

Wall Township 

Warren Township 

Washington Township (Gloucester 

County) 

Washington Township (Morris County) 

Waterford Township 

Wayne Township 

Weehawken Township 

West Caldwell 

West Deptford Township 



18.247 
10.579 
12,062 

13.248 
25.422 
13.279 
20.051 
15,676 

13.451 
10.677 
10.034 
12.502 
24.245 

12.671 
10.643 
19.647 
20.392 
12.854 

20.507 
17.858 
13.347 
35.121 
21.241 

14.115 
11.259 
11.676 
25.891 
16.453 

20,568 

I 3.744 
15.215 
13.471 
13,376 

19.833 
37,971 
13.377 
12.408 
10,216 

89,017 
58,235 
50,217 
11,047 
21,292 

13,649 
54,991 
24,653 
10,869 
20,322 

10,871 

42.121 
15.652 
10.982 
47,206 

12.432 
10,462 
19,454 



621 

274 
719 

300 
1.229 
463 
431 
441 

226 
587 
190 
268 
293 

209 

274 

1.160 

1.082 

492 

542 

535 

596 

1.317 

570 

1.261 
521 
642 
691 

1.226 

1.047 
440 
239 
357 
456 

581 
1.607 
198 
395 
737 

9.670 

3.855 

3.195 

698 

704 

348 

4.671 

1.427 

358 

426 

219 

1.377 
226 
289 

3.364 

1.103 
262 
580 



622 
276 
722 

301 
1.230 
463 
432 
444 

229 
590 
192 
269 
296 

209 

278 

1.166 

1.087 

493 

543 
536 
599 
1.330 
571 

1.262 
527 
650 
697 

1.235 



1.053 
441 
239 
357 
461 

582 
1.623 
198 
397 
741 

9.683 

3.870 

3.202 

699 

708 

349 

4.703 

1.432 

360 

428 

224 

1,377 
228 
293 

3,368 

1,104 
262 
580 



111 
10 

5 
1 



693 

307 

152 

13 

1 

5 

234 

26 

9 

6 



5 
83 

2 

II 
15 

1,022 

134 

50 

32 

21 

24 

318 

32 

1 

10 

1 

41 

5 

13 

100 

47 
5 
9 



138 

50 

120 

56 

250 

65 

56 

107 

37 
69 
30 
30 
86 

64 
54 
95 
259 
94 

90 

77 

79 

241 

103 

50 
123 

90 
131 
238 

105 
71 
60 
35 

112 

117 
328 
58 
99 
68 

1.904 

1.075 

494 

176 

97 

62 

1.031 

176 

53 
113 

54 

342 
58 
78 

267 

217 
31 
69 



457 
201 
564 

207 
676 
345 
338 
303 

166 
458 
109 
171 
182 

136 
193 
958 
496 
270 

387 
336 
406 
799 
392 

918 
336 
466 
489 
560 

811 
289 
158 
215 
295 

393 
986 

123 
258 
507 

3.227 

1.413 

1,550 

465 

569 

219 

2,666 

959 

213 

277 

153 

865 

153 

159 

2.360 

581 
209 
428 



II 
II 

17 

26 
196 
35 
24 
16 

12 
21 
37 
46 
12 



12 

81 

241 

91 

37 
104 

93 
184 

46 

249 
30 
57 
48 

330 

89 
24 
9 
97 
20 

55 

172 

10 

21 

139 

!.706 

910 

942 

10 

16 

37 

382 

230 

82 

19 



94 , 
9 
30 
600 

230 
15 , 
66 . 



137 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Koonn to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population. 1991 — Continued 



City by Sute 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
tota] 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NEW JERSEY— Continoed 

Westfield 

West Milford Township 

West New York 

West Orange 

W'est Paterson 

West Windsor Township 

Westwood 

Willingboro Township 

Winslow Township 

Woodbndge Township 

Woodbury 

Wyckoff 

NEW MEXICO 

Alamogordo 

.Albuquerque 

Artesia 

Deming 

Farmington 

Gallup 

Hobbs 

Las Cruces 

Portales 

Rio Rancho 

Silver City 

NEW YORK 

.Albany 

.Amherst Town 

Amsterdam 

Auburn 

Batavia 

Beacon 

Bethlehem Town 

Binghamton 

Blooming Grove Town 

Bnghton Town 

Buffalo 

Camillus Town and Village 

Canandaigua 

Carmel Town 

Cheektowaga Town 

Cicero Town 

Clay Town 

Cohoes 

Colonie Town 

Coming 

Cortland 

Cortlandt Town 

Depew Village 

Dewitt Town 

Dunkirk 

East Aurora-Aurora Town 

Eastchester Town 

East Fishkill Town 

Eait Greenbush Town 



28.981 

25,528 

38,272 
39,253 
11,024 
16,082 
10,486 

36,431 
30.203 
93.445 
10,946 
15,431 



28,195 

393,148 

10,840 

11,208 

34,736 
19,570 

29,747 
63,476 
10,922 

33,211 
10,915 



101,461 

106,525 

20,791 

31,375 

16.371 
13,292 
27,655 
53,206 
11,811 

34,584 

329,353 

23,713 

10,765 

28,924 

93,866 

23,712 
54,525 
16,888 
72,431 

11,982 
19,875 
28,475 
17,739 
21,886 

14,041 
13.483 
18.606 
22,183 
14,128 



845 
621 

2.464 

1.661 

587 

525 

310 

1.543 

1.193 

5.776 

624 

212 



1,533 

40,433 

588 

827 

3,369 
2,631 

2.452 

6,223 

481 

1,032 
825 



7.570 

3,646 

447 

1.318 

802 
516 
585 
2.589 
214 

1.307 

31.470 

434 

511 

554 

4.556 
310 
593 
573 

3.308 

769 

1.152 
402 
774 

1.182 

823 
289 

414 
444 
374 



849 
629 

2.490 

1.667 

587 

530 

311 

1.551 

1.213 

5,829 

625 

212 



1,540 

40,628 

589 

832 

3.378 
2.636 

6.248 
486 

1,033 
828 



7.631 

3.667 

448 

1.321 

803 
517 
590 



218 



32.146 
434 
513 
558 

4.590 
310 



3.319 
769 
405 

1.192 

836 
290 
414 
445 
382 



50 



261 
2 
6 

40 

25 

23 

38 

1 

4 
5 



319 
1 

4 
1 

12 



10 



10 

2 

132 

69 

15 

4 



7 
1,307 

2 

7 

37 
46 

37 

76 

1 



487 
69 

1 
17 

6 
17 

7 
34 

1 

15 

2,705 
1 
5 
1 

89 
3 
1 
3 

39 

2 
8 
3 
8 
16 

11 

1 
9 

3 



6 

22 

170 

42 

10 

5 

17 

69 
103 
209 

35 
6 



72 

3,972 

42 

48 

225 
194 
313 
424 
11 

119 
59 



632 

212 

8 

31 

4 
113 
45 
29 

6 

3 
2,968 

4 
11 
10 

296 

32 

6 

156 
20 

48 

9 

30 

58 

9 

17 
16 
14 
19 
29 



140 
120 

612 

340 

114 

82 

52 

323 
296 
701 
136 

• 37 



309 

10,348 

92 

272 

475 
362 
615 
1,532 
164 

223 
144 



1.988 
436 
153 
168 

101 
168 
146 
287 
82 

192 

8,462 

51 

68 

112 

678 
43 
95 

110 

427 

109 
180 
88 
95 
167 

211 
49 
53 

136 
51 



635 
445 

1,029 
884 

322 
324 
224 

949 

621 

3,615 

381 

162 



1,097 

22,024 

438 

462 

2.433 
1,851 
1,403 
3,795 
288 

647 
592 



3,878 

2,621 

274 

1,091 

684 
183 
375 
2,141 
113 

1,029 

12.527 

373 

409 

406 

2,808 
226 
484 

277 
2,714 

580 
917 
270 
570 
948 

579 
208 
282 
264 

273 



52 
27 

519 
315 
124 
109 
13 

147 

135 

1,164 

44 

6 



46 

2,470 
12 
32 

155 
151 

59 
354 

15 

28 
23 



502 

296 

9 

4 

4 
34 
10 
67 
10 

68 

4,439 

4 

13 

24 

672 

6 

7 

24 

101 

30 
27 
11 
42 
'39 

3 

15 
56 
20 
13 



138 



Fable 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cit> b> Slate 



NEW YORK— Continued 

^st Hampton Town 

ilmira '. 

indicott Village 

;van5 Town 

'ishkill Town 

Horal Park Village 

•redonia Village 

•reeport Village 

"ulton 

jarden City Village 

Jates Town 

jeddes Town 

jeneva 

ilen Cove 

liens Falls 

jlenville Town 

iloversville 

loshen 

ireece Town 

Jreenburgh Town 

juilderland Town 

lamburg Town 

lamburg Village 

larrison Town 

laverstraw Town 

lempstead Village 

fyde Park Town 

rondequoit Town 

ihaca 

amestowTi 

ohnson City Village 

ienmore Village 

^ckawanna 

^ncaster Town 

^ncaster Village 

ockport 

ong Beach 

ynbrook Village 

lamaroneck Town 

lamaroneck Village 

lanlius Town 

-lassena Village 

liddletown 

tount Pleasant Town 

lount Vernon 

■ewburgh 

Jewburgh Town 

lew Castle Town 

lew Hartford Town and Village .. 
lew Paltz Town and Village 

lew Rochelle 

lew Windsor Town 

lew York 

liskayuna Town 

lorth Castle Town 

lorth Greenbush Town 

lorth Tonawanda 



Population 



14.042 
33.850 
13.581 
15.304 
15.756 

16.006 
10.475 
40.043 
12.977 
21,767 

28.690 
11.001 
14.196 
24,239 
15.079 



Cnme 
Index 
toial 



685 
2,303 

761 
477 
304 

295 
267 
2,059 
803 
556 

1.266 
379 
292 
585 

1.052 



Modified" 
Cnme 
Index 
toul 



21.492 


356 


16.718 


912 


11.543 




90.443 


2.458 


40.731 


2,073 


27.347 


415 


40.544 


1.823 


10,481 


296 


23.395 


607 


23,361 


606 


49.638 


2.747 


21.309 


726 


52.573 


3.204 


29.651 


2.178 


34,811 


1.934 


16.953 


1.304 


17.244 


485 


20.662 


1.085 


14,001 


380 


11.984 


244 


24.517 


1.561 


33.635 


1.069 


19.280 


464 


11.449 


282 


17,389 


632 


30,770 


823 


11,762 


245 


24.250 


1.310 


25.147 


414 


67.404 


4.944 


26.553 


2.128 


24.148 


1.557 


16.710 


188 


19.791 


1.064 


11.430 


358 


67.517 


2.236 


23,023 


760 


7,350,023 


678.855 


19.119 


846 


10,098 


229 


10.931 


234 


35.120 


961 



764 
480 



298 

268 

2.073 

810 

557 



380 

292 

589 

1.055 



919 



2.468 
2.086 



418 



2.757 



3.206 
2.182 



1.092 
382 



1.574 

465 
284 
632 



245 



1.568 
189 

1.064 
362 

2.244 

684.054 
846 
229 

235 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



2.154 
I 



9 

2.892 



13 



151 
3 
15 

31 
6 
6 

20 

2 



30 
69 

8 
9 
4 
9 
S 

271 

2 

71 

29 

24 

9 
12 
36 



23 
57 
14 
7 
16 

4 

2 

28 

5 

446 

220 
20 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



6 
4 

185 

6 

98.512 

12 

I 

1 
12 



69 
46 
63 
21 

3 

14 

205 

13 

4 

7 

2 

6 

33 

258 



Burglary 



246 

389 

107 

96 

39 

58 

34 

246 

137 

81 

219 

55 

50 

110 

103 



Larceny- 
Uieft 



18 


78 


17 


180 


27 


341 


72 


307 


19 


70 


164 


258 


28 


59 


7 


115 


73 


123 


434 


422 


57 


58 


19 


318 


32 


451 


24 


395 


66 


153 


50 


77 


239 


183 


19 


66 


16 


66 


209 


310 


67 


186 


16 


61 


6 


44 


16 


107 


4 


88 


9 


91 


61 


269 


4 


68 


473 


1.042 


290 


717 


9 


196 


6 


21 


32 


95 


55 


32 


105 


506 


97 


138 


66.832 


112.015 


42 


102 


8 


47 


26 


59 


11 


180 



401 

1.749 

594 

303 

227 

182 

203 

1.138 

633 



Motor 
vehicle 
Uieft 



27 
47 
12 
8 
16 

38 

15 

304 

16 



896 


34 

109 


307 


9 


228 


1 


333 


87 


666 


16 


239 


17 


683 


20 


1,868 


180 


1,305 


314 


302 


13 


1,213 


171 


193 


12 


409 


65 


365 


35 


1.131 


455 


598 


9 


2.558 


233 


1.587 


58 


1,447 


34 


936 


131 


313 


33 


465 


156 


264 


28 


146 


11 


921 


77 


589 


161 


290 


82 


163 


62 


385 


107 


710 


15 


135 


8 


942 




289 


47 


1,709 


1.249 


790 


67 


1.266 


65 


140 


19 


919 


12 


245 


17 


956 


473 


478 


32 


256,473 


139.977 


679 


8 


162 


11 


139 


8 


710 


41 



139 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
tolal 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NEW YORK— Continued 

Ogden Town 

Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneida 

Oneonta 

Orangetown Town 

Orchard Park Town 

Ossining Village 

Oswego 

Peekskill 

Plattsburgh 

Port Chester Village 

Port Washington Village 

Potsdam Village 

Poughkeepsie 

Poughkeepsie Town 

Ramapo Town 

Riverhead Town 

Rochester 

Rockville Centre Village 

Rome 

Rotterdam Town 

Rye 

Saratoga Springs 

Schenectady 

Shawangunk Town 

Southampton Town 

Southold Town 

Spring Valley Village 

Stony Point Town 

Suffein Village 

Syracuse 

Tarrytown Village 

Tonawanda 

Tonawanda Town 

Troy 

Utica 

Vestal Town 

Warwick Town 

West Seneca Town 

White Plains 

Yonkers 

Yorktown Town 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Albemarle 

AsheviUe 

Boone 

Burlington 

Carrboro 

Cary 

Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Durham 

Eden 

Elizabeth City 



16,975 
13,571 
1 7,009 

10,890 
14.006 
34,965 
24,724 
22,666 

19,266 
19,609 
21,334 
24.820 
14,831 

10,289 
28,952 
39,429 
63,333 
23,097 

232,504 
24,819 
44,516 
28,501 
14,992 

25.094 
65,811 
10,118 
37,263 
17,832 

21,883 
12,862 
11,096 
164,474 
10,779 

17,348 
65,528 
54.472 
68.894 
26.833 

15.562 
48,009 
48,900 
188,787 
33,592 



15,183 
62,614 
13,126 
40,143 

11,741 
44,575 
39.352 
402,618 
27,794 

138,844 
15,487 
14,525 



394 

534 
820 

623 
409 
1,098 
880 
632 

801 
854 
842 
1,284 
497 

525 
2,273 
2,264 
1,229 
1,241 

26,030 

872 

1,223 

976 

350 

1,904 

3,816 

34 

2,132 

456 

1,201 

183 

342 

12,707 

365 

530 
2,014 
2,567 
4,002 

385 

191 

1,595 

3,248 

10,927 

847 



1,351 

6.642 

629 

2.651 

968 

1.772 

2.683 

50.902 

1.736 

14.181 
1.007 
1.255 



546 

824 

627 

410 

1.106 

638 



862 

1,286 

500 

530 
2,287 
2,269 
1,246 



26,345 

1,240 
980 
350 

1,928 

34 

2,141 

456 

1,210 

183 

343 

12,841 

367 



2,029 
2,600 

386 

191 

1,608 

3.250 

11.041 

853 



1.361 

6.652 

631 

2.656 

970 

1.785 

2.686 

51.346 

1.744 

14.251 
1.010 
1.259 



114 



13 
11 
II 

2 

166 



4 
38 

3 
11 

9 

6 

14 

409 

5 

98 
1 
9 



I 
I 

3 

2 
2 

26 
3 

37 

3 
29 

4 
47 
13 

1 

197 

22 

30 

44 

1.367 

34 

26 

4 

3 

18 
154 



32 



80 



9 
608 

5 

4 

33 

62 

162 



18 
117 
901 

3 



19 

213 

3 

52 

25 
32 
52 
2,899 
43 

771 
18 
36 



7 

5 

51 

12 

8 

118 

34 

20 

I 
56 
90 
66 
II 

21 
158 
69 
60 
165 

812 

24 

28 

6 



280 

345 

6 

227 
1 

57 

1 

12 

852 

4 

43 

143 

39 

54 

2 

4 
105 
114 
360 



107 

253 

28 

251 

61 

49 

210 

5,340 

97 

715 

72 

201 



68 

73 

73 

102 
76 
224 
148 
159 

147 
189 
141 
,171 
78 

67 
572 
292 
223 
429 

5,980 

135 

264 

129 

58 

312 

1,083 

9 

491 

132 

187 

52 

61 

3,328 

62 

76 
470 
772 
949 

71 

49 

252 

231 

2,115 

110 



293 

1.756 

103 

416 

262 
405 
588 
11,615 
426 

5,007 
191 
239 



315 
452 
678 

486 
304 
670 
633 
369 

621 

444 
581 
857 
349 

418 

1,217 

1,811 

855 

S86 

15,644 
587 
839 
791 
256 

1,241 

1,981 

15 

1,276 

322 

766 
126 
224 
7,108 
249 

382 
1,278 
1,567 
2,525 

289 

117 
1.016 
2,520 
4,992 

686 



863 
3,976 

475 
1.804 

572 

1.188 

1.718 

27.799 

1.099 

6,802 
683 

722 



2 

3 

15 

20 
19 
58 
61 
43 

29 
127 

19 
134 

42 

18 
110 
59 
48 
15 

1.997 
90 
58 
46 
33 

45 

219 

4 

98 

1 

98 

4 

33 

712 

44 

23 
86 
107 

270 

22 

21 

201 

263 

2.502 

36 



65 
393 

16 
115 

38 
92 
-99 
2.726 
64 

758 
41 
44 



140 



"able 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slale 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



ayelteville 
iamer . . . .' 



lastonia . . 
loldsboro . 
ireensboro 
lavelock .. 
ienderson 



ickory 

igh Poinl . 
icksonville 
annapolis . 
emersville 



inston ... 

snoir 

ixington . 
jmberton 

latthews .. 



onroe 

organlon 
ew Bern . 

aleigh 

eidsville . 



oanoke Rapids 
ocky Mount ... 

ilisbui7 

inford 

lelby 



arboro 

homasville ... 
'ilmington ... 

'ilson 

'inslon-Salem 



NORTH DAKOTA 



ismarck 

ickinson . . . 
rand Forks 
iandan 



'est Fargo 
'illislon .. 



OHIO 



Lkron . . 

Iliance 
mhersl 
. shiand 



shtabula . . 

[hens 

irbenon . . 
iy Village 
iavercreek 



:dford 

;dford Heights 

;rea 

;xley 

ue Ash 



76,932 
15.211 

55,626 
41,374 
186,521 
30,599 
15,910 

28,763 
70,632 
30,503 
30,181 
11,013 

25,708 
14,424 
16,852 
18,905 
13,874 

16,390 
15,331 
17,646 
211,350 
12,382 

15,979 
49,797 
23,464 
14,711 
14,908 

11,217 
16.175 
56.437 
37,533 
145,8.30 



48,962 
16,001 
49,130 
15,086 

12,213 
13,052 



224.907 
23,573 
10,419 
20,249 

21,816 
21,445 
27,856 
17,143 
33,910 

14,947 
12,233 
19,212 
13,198 
11,960 



10,580 
1,004 

7.146 

4,601 

16,769 

558 

1,914 

3,511 
7,253 
3,928 
1,227 
856 

2,737 
1,422 
1,891 
2,194 
512 

2,212 

1,126 

2,492 

16,464 

947 

1,324 
5,557 
2,716 
2,503 
1,393 

830 

1,475 

7,912 

4,529 

16,615 



2,451 
520 

2,594 
682 

420 
570 



18,140 

2,201 

497 

652 

1,501 
605 

1,534 
179 
982 

530 
628 
574 
653 
576 



10,644 
1,009 

7,203 

4,630 

16,850 

560 

1,928 

3,537 
7,320 
3,934 
1,236 
861 

2,763 
1,427 
1,916 
2,211 
512 

2,215 

1,134 

2,498 

16,549 

950 

1,324 
5,577 
2,729 
2,516 
1,399 

831 

1,480 

7,971 

4,550 

16,856 



2,453 
522 



682 



570 



18,383 

2.231 

498 

652 

1,533 
607 

1,552 
182 

1,001 

532 
633 
582 
654 

577 



72 
4 

19 

24 

114 



7 
2 

10 
120 

7 



41 

17 

148 



223 

12 

3 

4 

16 
4 
16 



523 

25 

254 

196 

594 

3 

40 

133 

231 

117 

36 

14 

114 
38 
46 
46 
12 

43 
17 
74 
652 
20 

16 
194 
97 
66 
41 

18 

22 

281 

187 

951 



995 

65 

13 

1 

21 

2 

34 

2 
6 

11 
16 
9 

27 
5 



895 
40 

613 

477 

1,056 

39 

138 

169 

593 

304 

61 

38 

340 
103 
166 

127 
24 

286 

47 
225 
964 

89 

29 
377 
111 
268 

96 

96 

68 

396 

346 

1,257 



,568 

299 

5 



33 

15 

137 



2,623 
159 

1,883 

1,094 

3,379 

186 

601 

927 
2,094 
763 
314 
220 

625 
272 
532 
515 
127 

623 
221 
637 
3,934 
255 

225 
1,505 
710 
612 
356 

125 

426 

2,081 

1,357 

4,822 



287 
61 

211 
39 

89 
50 



3,984 

352 

39 

75 

470 
69 

221 

43 

203 

55 
129 
119 
129 
125 



5,769 
738 

4,106 

2,527 

10,768 

308 

1,021 

2,114 

4,011 

2,556 

730 

522 

1,499 

941 

1,048 

1,381 

341 

1,182 

797 

1,420 

9,881 

546 

1,002 
3,234 
1,675 
1,472 
818 

565 
899 

4,705 
2,390 
8,498 



2,033 
435 

2,174 
618 

291 
492 



9.565 

1,338 

423 

543 

864 
491 
1.024 
120 
716 

324 
289 
376 
428 
413 



675 
37 

263 
271 
823 
21 
106 

150 

287 

150 

79 

58 

132 
56 
80 

114 



71 

41 

122 

888 

30 

52 

212 

114 

74 

69 

25 

59 

402 

217 

916 



97 

13 

151 



1,765 

134 

14 

29 

96 

23 

102 

12 

38 

120 

142 

59 

56 

22 



141 



Table 8. — Nuinl>er of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 


Population 


Crime 
Index 
lolal 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
Iheft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


OHIO— Continued 

Boardman Township 


42,150 
11,918 
12,322 
23,058 
13,610 

11,847 
84,873 
21,260 
22,108 
367,123 

509,898 
54,509 

638,533 
13,353 
11,224 

49,364 
183,585 
16,910 
20,199 
30,506 

11,424 
16,504 
33,376 
21,340 
57,226 

11,528 
55,339 
31,565 
40,065 
18,180 

18,766 
11,119 
17,797 
28,026 
32,007 

11,399 
12,804 
12,971 
19,827 
61,887 

11,895 
39,023 
32,342 
29,079 
61,082 

60,223 
10,541 
1 3,260 
45,844 
71,848 

10,073 
16,1 17 
18,106 

20,779 
51,055 

27,318 


2,267 
125 
195 
956 
762 

956 

6,607 

718 

1,662 

35,693 

45,610 
1,476 

64,778 
366 
521 

2,038 

21,602 

844 

942 

634 

517 
681 

2,779 
693 

3,579 

513 
3,237 
1,351 
2,513 

531 

1,654 
711 
941 
857 

1,230 

284 
333 
610 
824 
5,317 

638 
1,771 
1,473 
1,317 
2,784 

1,457 

487 

660 

4,545 

2,934 

534 
264 
679 

1,241 
5,248 

1,117 


2,271 
125 
197 
960 
766 

958 

6,681 

720 

1.667 

36,372 

46,377 
1,476 

65,615 
366 
523 

2,050 

21,886 

847 

946 

636 

518 
681 

2,817 
696 

3,592 

514 
3,251 
1,362 
2,522 

532 

1,656 
712 
948 
863 

1,239 

284 
340 
612 
826 
5,363 

644 
1,782 
1,478 
1,322 
2,800 

1,464 

487 

661 

4,625 

2,953 

539 
270 
690 

1,247 
5.276 

1,122 


1 




57 
1 
3 

22 
9 

3 

470 

5 

28 

2,315 

5,132 
16 

3,747 
2 
6 

26 

1,677 

1 

10 

5 

1 
9 

-363 
6 

167 

5 
77 
16 
26 
11 

39 
5 
11 
21 
62 

7 

3 

6 

17 

200 

5 
28 
43 
27 
46 

24 

5 

40 

208 

93 

1 
2 


206 
1 
5 

14 
50 

15 

370 

8 

36 

2,947 

3,121 


401 
29 
24 
131 
189 

96 

1,783 

155 

321 

8,489 

10,151 
-111 

16,398 
49 
98 

268 

4,808 

103 

202 

67 

80 
119 
668 
115 
901 

43 
408 
220 
490 

75 

124 
166 
155 
148 

227 

75 

78 

110 

99 

1,273 

97 
231 
248 
231 
488 

178 
57 

119 
1,147 
1,028 

61 

58 

114 

191 
1,209 

227 


1,302 

84 

128 

508 

485 

818 
3,285 

515 

1,203 

19,285 

15,485 
1,080 

32,983 
285 
308 

1.525 

9.906 

704 

671 

531 

393 
501 
791 
475 
2,104 

435 
2,254 

960 
1,751 

354 

1,419 
484 
684 
644 
673 

165 
212 
464 
630 
2,608 

418 
1,354 
1,046 

911 
1,982 

1,035 

361 

348 

2,165 

1,405 

454 
184 
503 

761 
2,657 

639 


300 
10 

35 

276 
23 

15 

611 

33 

67 

2,125 

10,633 

266 

8,176 

20 

40 

113 

3,330 
14 
39 

17 

18 

27 
662 

66 
260 

20 
389 
111 
113 

87 

46 
32 
26 
30 
192 

27 
27 
19 
54 
406 

25 
108 
107 

83 
226 

189 
24 
144 
214 
240 

.13 

17 
41 

206 
201 

180 


4 












2 


Brnok Park 




5 

5 

9 

77 
2 

7 
478 

913 
1 

650 
1 
5 

13 

316 

4 

13 

3 

1 
1 

48 
4 

32 

3 
24 

3 
21 

1 

11 
10 
8 
4 
8 


4 


Bucyrus 


1 


4 


Canton 


11 


74 
1 


Chillicothe 




5 




54 

175 

2 

138 


679 


Cleveland 


767 


Cleveland Heiehts 




Columbus 


2,686 

9 

64 

92 

1,511 

18 

7 

11 

24 
24 

234 
25 

110 

7 

82 

38 

111 

3 

15 
13 
56 
10 
65 

10 

8 

5 

21 

756 

88 
25 

25 
52 
24 

18 

32 

7 

752 

111 

3 


837 






2 


Cuyahoga Falls 

Dayton 


1 

54 


12 
284 




3 






4 


Delhi Township 




■> 




1 


Dublin 






East Cleveland 


13 

1 

5 


38 


Eastlake 

Elyria 

Englewood 

Euclid 


3 
13 

1 


3 
3 
1 


14 
11 




9 




1 






2 


Franklin 


1 
1 


1 


Fremont 


7 
6 


Garfield Heights 


3 


9 










5 

6 

3 

70 

5 

24 
3 

13 
17 

9 
8 

2 

53 
54 

2 
3 
6 

10 
50 

2 


7 




2 






7 




4 


46 


Hilliard 


6 


Huber Heights 


1 
1 


11 


Jackson Township 

Kent 


5 
5 


Kettering 

Lakewood 


1 
4 


16 

7 


Liberty Township 




1 


Lima 

Lorain 

Loveland 


6 
3 


80 
19 

5 


Lyndhurst 




6 


Madison Township (Lake County) 

County) 




15 

40 

971 

21 


11 




33 
159 

48 


6 




1 


28 




5 



142 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larccny- 
Ihcft 



Motor 
veliicle 
theft 



OHIO— ContiniKd 



Marion . . 
Mason ... 
Massillon 
Maumee . 



MayHeld Heights .. 

Mentor 

Miamisburg 

Miamt Township .. 
Vliddleburg Heights 



Vljddletown 

Mew Philadelphia 

allies 

■^loilh Canton 

Nionh Olmsted ... 



^onh Ridgeville 
•Joilh Royalton . 

*Joilon 

^orwallc 

^oiAvood 



Dregon 

'arma 

'ert^sburg 

*ert7 Township (Starlc County) 
'iqua 



'ortsmouth 

<andolph Township 

heading 

^eynoldsburg 

iaiem 



iandusky 

ieven Hills . 
iharonville .. 
jouth Euclid 
ipringneld .. 



iteubenville 

•tow 

Itreetsboro . 
itrongsville . 

iylvania 



'allmadge 
'oledo . . . 



Jnion Township (Butler County) 

inion Township (Clermont County) 



iniversity Heights 
Jpper Arlington . . 

irbana 

'andalia 

'an Wert 



'ermilion 

Vadsworth 

Varren 

Varrensville Heights 

Washington Court House 



k'est Carrollton 

k'esterville 

i^estlake 



34.363 
11.548 
31,269 
15,692 

20.015 
47,759 
17,985 
22,729 
14,826 

46,411 
15,830 
21,306 
14,872 
34,493 

21,746 
23,393 

11,574 
14,855 
23,874 

18,489 
88,620 
12.657 
30,563 
20,786 

22,868 
13,639 
12,139 
25,966 
12,336 

30.016 
12,443 
13,264 
24,068 
71,084 

22.312 
27,936 
10,016 
35,607 

17,447 

14,995 
335,763 
19,642 
40,039 
33,650 

14,915 
34,417 
11,449 
13,999 
10.983 

11,220 
15,851 
51,223 
15,878 
13,092 

14.524 
30,525 
27,246 



2,326 
457 

1,675 
857 

564 

1,509 

1,151 

841 

683 

2,919 
554 

1,269 
382 

1,378 

362 
444 
422 
480 
1,241 

1,183 
2,417 
229 
1,359 
1,310 

1,787 
290 
396 

1,280 
206 

2,379 
129 
883 
646 

7,656 

1,401 
867 
555 
925 
501 

663 

3 1 ,907 

894 

1,476 

2,008 

351 
1,086 
649 
554 
664 

511 
441 
4,204 
842 
479 

825 

1,189 

513 



2,326 
463 

1,689 
857 

568 

1.511 

1.162 

853 

684 

2.942 
560 

1,269 
382 

1,387 

364 
458 
424 
480 
1,248 

1,1 
2,437 
229 
1,371 
1,322 

1,817 
290 
397 

1,292 
206 

2,394 
132 
886 
649 

7,667 

1,401 
869 
560 
946 
502 

690 

32.208 

905 

1.497 

2.011 

352 
1.086 
649 
558 
672 

512 
451 

845 
481 

832 

1.216 

516 



36 



39 



4 
418 
18 
6 
13 



19 
334 



1.807 
11 
12 
26 

14 
16 
15 
8 
3 

1 

6 

209 

51 

8 

9 
16 

4 



67 
139 



153 
29 



46 

3 

3 

2 

1,009 

326 
20 

47 
4 



17 
1,225 
22 
42 
13 

29 
21 
16 
16 

24 

32 

9 

617 

73 

1 

58 
9 
11 



559 
62 

310 
86 

84 
253 
160 
155 

71 

629 
40 

176 

75 

164 

65 
84 
131 

47 
248 

169 

475 

37 

245 

205 

464 
62 
78 

201 
6 

455 
28 

163 
64 

934 

276 
125 

89 
213 

69 

178 
5,885 
148 
331 
219 

39 
178 
104 
95 
99 

78 

69 

1,197 

179 

109 

142 
186 

79 



1,589 
350 

1,131 
679 

413 
1,088 
854 
627 
429 

1,980 
450 
880 

278 
916 

258 
281 
247 
417 
845 

839 
1,287 
174 
858 
964 

1.118 
190 
269 
914 
168 

1,670 

84 

640 

458 

4,779 

714 
683 

374 
623 
361 

417 
17.743 

660 
1 ,050 
1,635 

229 

847 
496 
409 
507 

369 

332 

1.735 

341 

333 

534 
909 

357 



112 
II 
99 

47 

49 

116 

74 

34 

174 

125 
19 

123 
21 

247 

24 
61 
21 
4 
89 

70 
438 
16 
78 
69 

61 
30 
31 



38 


12 


9 




109 


15 


13 


3 


50 


3 


100 


3 


494 


II 


48 




19 


2 


31 


5 


72 


21 


29 


1 


39 


27 


4,793 


301 


35 


II 


35 


21 


102 


3 


38 


, 


20 




13 




23 


4 


23 


8 


25 


1 


23 


10 


379 




187 


3 


22 


2 


75 


7 


58 


27 


62 


3 



143 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 

total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



OHIO— Continued 

Whitehall 

Wickliffe 

Willoughby 

Wooster 

Worthington 

Xenia 

Youngstown 

Zanesville 

OKLAHOMA 

Ada 

Altus 

Ardmore 

Bartlesville 

Bethany 

Broken Arrow 

Chickasha 

Claremore 

Del City 

Duncan 

Durant 

Edmond 

Elk City 

El Reno 

Enid 

Guthrie 

Lawton 

McAlester 

Miami 

Midwest City 

Moore 

Muskogee 

Mustang 

Norman 

Oklahoma City 

Okmulgee 

Owasso 

Ponca City 

Sand Springs 

Sapulpa 

Shawnee 

Stillwater 

Tahlequah 

Tulsa 

Village 

Weatherford 

Woodward 

Yukon 

OREGON 

Albany 

Ashland 

Astoria 

Beaverton 

Bend 

Coos Bay 



20,746 
14.681 

20,683 
22,378 
14,994 
24.872 
96.542 

27,004 



15,967 
22,114 
23,294 
34,576 

20,262 
58,585 
15,128 
1 3,404 
24,151 

21,935 
12,942 
52,804 
10,525 
15,558 

45,732 
10,616 
81,314 
16,523 
13,264 

52,755 
40,694 
38,060 
10,531 
80,819 

449,025 
13,566 
11,255 
26,605 
15,489 

18,242 
26,260 
37,018 
10,495 
370,735 

10,449 
10,218 
12,455 
21,130 



30,287 
16.689 
10.351 
54,804 

21,042 
1 5,498 



2,190 
333 

771 

1,237 

569 

1,896 

10.059 

1,719 



944 
1,182 
2,258 
1,477 

1,235 
2,264 
1,510 
656 
1,558 

1,083 

1,053 

2,637 

670 

762 

3,612 
556 

5,632 
929 
801 

3,907 
2,103 
3,203 
391 
4,483 

49,720 

992 

382 

1,710 

1,003 

891 

2,209 

1,701 

679 

32,947 

826 
363 

573 
902 



2,672 
991 
531 

2,781 

2,072 
1,113 



2,196 
338 

778 
1.241 

575 

1.900 

10.465 

1,811 



947 
1,184 

1,490 

1.243 
2,277 
1,526 
657 
1,572 

1,087 

1.059 

2.668 

675 

772 

3.638 
563 

5,678 
929 
806 

3,916 
2,116 
3,224 
396 
4,494 

50,185 

997 

384 

1,735 

1,012 

898 

2,218 

1,729 

683 

33,194 

832 
365 
576 
908 



2,688 

1,002 

338 

2,793 

2,084 
1,117 



59 



42 



10 



43 
5 

55 
7 
6 

36 
13 
32 
5 
25 

473 
12 



9 

5 
8 

18 

6 

414 



113 
6 

10 

9 

15 

23 

852 

45 



34 
II 

19 
14 
30 

4 
34 

6 
9 

32 

5 

15 

25 

12 

118 

10 



57 

33 

109 

2 

50 

1,499 

33 

6 

8 

15 

16 

35 

18 

4 

1,469 



16 



344 



7 
21 

7 

59 

1,479 

97 



101 

47 
147 
89 

20 
72 
98 
22 
38 

36 
75 
166 
22 
29 

333 
45 

605 
74 
30 

183 

184 

310 

18 

86 

3,038 

130 

5 

41 

32 

58 
68 
54 
21 
2,998 

25 

6 

87 

45 



55 

U 

22 

108 

66 
33 



303 

45 

120 

205 

91 

195 

2,919 

438 



J 86 
318 
501 
249 

254 
422 
382 
165 
381 

264 
278 
553 
144 
221 

919 
138 
1,360 
199 
164 

787 
506 
845 
92 
992 

11,825 

203 

84 

506 

182 

218 
621 
432 
197 
8,724 

178 

81 

122 

183 



432 
153 
127 
494 

408 
226 



1,291 
208 

549 
938 

438 
1,540 
3,048 

1,004 



607 

757 

1,440 

1,073 

833 
1,574 
9.39 
417 
962 

731 
609 
1,694 
461 
447 

2,173 
306 

3,209 
591 
540 

2,492 
1,180 
1,597 
255 
2,990 

26,929 

546 

258 

1,041 

530 

503 
1,344 
1,125 

389 
13,688 

516 
266 
359 
625 



1,999 

775 

330 

1,907 

1,479 
761 



131 

52 

81 

54 
17 

72 
1.620 

118 



35 

35 

124 

39 

102 

174 
57 
45 

132 

44 

74 

172 

33 

42 

117 
50 

276 
47 
59 

352 
185 
304 
19 
335 

5,900 

65 

29 

91 

234 

91 
131 

53 

62 

5,612 

86 

8 

2 

39 



140 
41 
40 

195 

101 
64 



144 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Knovtn to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 



City by Stale 



OREGON— Continued 



Corvallis 

Eugene ..- 

Forest Grove . 

Grants Pass .. 

Gresham 

Hermiston 

Hillsboro 

Klamath Falls 



La Grande . . 
Lake Oswego 

Lebanon 

McMinnville 
Medford 



Newberg 

Oregon City 
Portland .... 
Roseburg . . . 
Salem 



Springfield 
Tigard ..... 
Tualatin ... 
West Linn 
Woodbum . 



PENNSYLVANIA 



Aliquippa 
Allentown .. 

Alloona 

Beaver Falls 



Bensalem Township . 

Berwick 

Bethlehem 

Bethlehem Township 
Bristol Township 



Butler 

Butler Township . 

Carlisle 

Center Township 
Chambersburg 



Chester 

Coatesville 

Columbia 

Cranberry Township 
Darby 



Darby Township 

Dunmore 

East Hempfield Township 
East Lampeter Township . 
East Norriton Township . 



Elizabethtown . . . 

Emmaus 

Ephrata 

Erie 

Exeter Township 



Population 



Fairview Township 

Falls Township 

Franklin Park 



46,011 

115.827 

13,939 

17.978 
70,147 
10,321 
38,571 
18,234 

12,095 
31,433 
11.256 
18.395 
48.267 

13.452 
15.109 

449.671 
17.509 

110.806 

45.935 
30.166 
15.433 
16.825 
13.779 



13.463 
105.792 

52.227 
10,758 

57,167 
15,582 
71,904 
16,534 
57.510 

15,818 
17,742 
18,542 
10,813 
16,758 

42,135 
11,111 
10,772 
14,914 
11,214 

11,028 
15,505 
18,721 
12,079 
13.413 

10,018 

11,231 

12,214 

109,444 

17,375 

13,346 
35,230 
10,176 



Cnme 
Index 
tola) 



2,211 

9,052 

471 

1,695 
4,121 
7.16 
1,470 
1,007 

533 

927 

747 

1,079 

3,618 

577 

1,094 

50,281 

1,362 

9,398 

3,436 

2,107 

931 

318 

979 



653 
6,637 
1,608 

340 

3,445 
293 

2,883 
453 

3.130 

681 

462 
1,237 

160 
1,396 

5,272 
771 
509 
265 
336 

248 
323 
709 
739 
435 

291 

262 

408 

5,815 

518 

473 

1,718 

9 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



2,247 

9,158 

480 

1,705 
4,145 
718 
1,483 
1.010 

541 

934 

755 

1.083 

3.639 

591 

1.097 

50,747 

1,370 

9,462 

3,462 

2,127 

932 

320 

990 



654 
6,662 
1,640 

345 

3,456 
294 

2,891 
454 

3,133 

684 
462 

1,248 
160 

1,402 

5,363 
777 
509 
268 
336 

248 
334 
715 
740 
435 

292 
265 
413 

5,875 
523 

473 

1,743 

9 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughler 



Forcible 
rape 



5 
19 
31 

2 

10 

464 

8 

90 

40 

12 
6 
3 
3 



Robbery 



21 

186 

7 

29 

126 

3 

31 

17 

10 
4 
9 
9 

46 

5 

16 

2,723 

18 

217 

48 

53 

20 

6 

23 



12 
164 
29 
31 

71 
6 

53 
3 

83 

3 
4 

23 
1 

13 

499 
61 
15 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



29 

13 
4 
4 
5 
9 

1 
1 
5 
335 
1 

3 
23 



37 
134 
27 

I 

100 

17 

25 

24 

28 
18 
39 
21 
128 

40 

76 

4,881 

32 
74 

145 
II 

2 
28 
22 



53 
206 

73 
85 

382 

4 

117 

II 

661 

40 
12 

120 
I 

304 

1,407 
59 
31 

24 
77 

36 

2 
4 
13 



32 

7 

6 

376 

38 

9 
108 

2 



Burglary 



412 

1,629 
95 

242 
755 
142 
259 
252 

107 
270 
105 
145 
436 

53 

188 

9,503 

225 
1,808 

646 
304 
192 

77 
142 



165 

1,371 

531 

75 

441 
55 

496 
53 

429 

89 
68 

229 
17 

172 

919 
121 
73 
34 
55 

24 
34 
125 
50 
33 

42 

53 

52 

1,158 

108 

78 

297 
4I 



Larceny- 
Itiefl 



1.645 

6.630 

310 

1,346 
2,569 

517 
1,039 

669 

364 
592 
563 
838 
2,839 

451 

727 

26,250 

1,013 

6,679 

2,374 

1,594 

649 

187 

721 



361 

4,436 

846 

133 

1,672 
215 

1,952 
379 

1,647 

502 
355 
815 
129 
844 

1,520 
464 
359 
176 

134 

141 
245 
554 
634 
363 

200 
186 
329 
3,413 
348 

366 

997 

3 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



81 

414 

30 

72 
535 

33 
101 

40 

18 
43 
26 

47 
137 

26 

77 

6,407 

65 

528 

183 
131 
62 
17 
67 



52 
439 
111 

II 

853 

11 

238 

6 

297 

45 
22 
40 
12 
45 

838 
52 
26 



14 

13 

11 

430 

22 

16 

282 



31 


3 


36 




37 




38 


11 


16 


6 


35 


1 


?l 





145 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by State 



Poputalion 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 

Greensburg 

Hampden Township 

Hampton Township 

Haverford Township 

Hermitage 

Hilltown Township 

Hopewell Township 

Horsham Township 

Indiana 

Lancaster 

Lancaster Township 

Lansdowne 

Lebanon 

Logan Township 

Lower Gwynedd Township 

Lower Merion Township 

Lower Moreland Township 

Lower Paxton Township 

Lower Providence Township 

Lower Salford Township 

Lower Southampton 

Manheim Township 

Manor Township 

Marple Township 

Meadville 

Middletown Township 

Millcreek Township 

Montgomery Township 

Moon Township 

Mountaintop Regional 

Mount Lebanon 

Muhlenberg Township 

Munhall 

Murrysville 

Nazareth Area 

Nether Providence Township 

Newberry Township 

New Castle 

Newtown 

Newtown Township 

Northampton Township 

Northern York Regional 

North Huntingdon Township 

North Versailles Township 

Palton Township (West Moreland 

County) 

Penn Township (York County) 

Penn Township 

Peters Township 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia State Police 

Pittsburgh' 

Radnor Township 

Reading 

Richland Township 

Ridley Township 

Rostraver 

Sec foolnote at end of table. 



16.427 
20,520 

15,671 
50,180 
15,402 
10,652 
13,362 

22,042 
15,275 
55.922 
13,275 
11,790 

24,965 
12,463 
10,024 
58,390 
11,846 

39,423 
19,480 
10,806 
19,992 
29,072 

16,214 

23,277 
14,413 
44,720 
47,132 

12,260 
19,762 
12,165 
33,584 
12,720 

13,245 
17,355 
10,264 
13,317 
12,544 

28,523 
13,776 
11,441 
35,642 
35,168 

28,346 
12,384 

10,037 
16,051 
11,735 

14,563 
1,596,699 

372,349 
28,894 

78,903 
14,028 
31,377 
11.298 



668 
488 

177 
681 
460 
251 
160 

475 
533 
4,140 
429 
274 

1,072 
341 
189 

1,854 
236 

1,589 
520 
195 
692 

1.103 

471 

569 

751 

2.131 

1,326 

677 

393 

29 

404 

557 

315 
358 
259 
212 
411 

1,142 
168 
200 
324 
994 

528 
251 

199 
134 

447 

259 

109,139 

29 

30,603 

575 

7,370 
407 
957 
360 



674 
488 

177 
683 
460 
251 
162 

476 
539 
4,150 
430 
276 

1,079 
345 
190 

1,856 
240 

1,600 
526 
195 
696 

1,112 

471 

570 

755 

2.137 

1,330 

677 
393 
29 
410 
559 

317 
364 
260 
213 
426 

1.204 
168 
206 
326 

1.001 

545 
251 

200 
134 
451 

275 

111,132 

32 

31,013 

579 

7,421 
414 
961 
361 



440 



36 



904 



300 



II 
7 
I 
3 

1 

3 

161 

11 

10 

26 
1 

2 
53 

2 

17 
8 
2 
11 
16 

1 
6 

5 
24 
10 

11 

7 



3 
6 

7 
14 

1 
1 

2 

2 

13,921 

1 

2,704 

10 

467 

1 

10 



53 
21 

13 
20 

25 
4 
3 

13 
60 
142 

7 
12 

26 
4 
4 

11 

2 

128 

5 

18 

25 

16 

13 
4 

17 
25 
11 

6 
17 

5 

19 
14 

60 
19 
9 

10 

7 

81 

2 

5 
6 
10 

15 
17 



3 
7,216 

2 

1,254 

23 



388 

55 

73 

5 



152 
58 

41 

129 

48 

50 

42 

67 

94 

1,120 

77 
^55 

189 
86 
52 

330 
43 

256 
111 
22 
115 
154 

46 
104 
113 

237 
308 

29 
39 

7 
60 

57 

52 
77 
70 
28 
50 

295 
36 
26 
48 

130 

114 
53 

23 
20 
51 

38 

21,460 

7 

5.891 

89 

2.080 

67 

122 

22 



396 

377 

89 
462 
354 
172 
100 

362 

355 

2.382 

300 

177 

776 
223 
118 
1.182 
158 

1.114 

358 
146 
454 
868 

402 
396 
599 
1.430 
928 

580 
237 
15 
293 
416 

144 

239 
157 
153 
330 

549 
123 

147 
224 
787 

347 
117 

169 

90 

369 

194 

40.880 

15 

12.942 

396 

3.744 
262 
654 
288 



44 
27 

30 
58 
24 
22 
11 

29 
16 
291 
28 
18 

48 
25 
II 

277 
30 

72 
35 
5 
81 
46 



59 

16 

403 

57 

51 
89 
2 
23 
63 

50 
19 
19 

18 

17 

148 
6 

22 
43 
49 

44 
50 . 

2 
13 
20 

22 

24.318 

4 

7.476 

55 

645 
20 
94 
35 



146 



Table 8.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 



City by State 



PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 

Salisbur7 Township 

Sharon 

South Whitehall Township 

Springeltsbui7 Township 

Springfield Township 

Spring Garden Township 

Spring Township 

Slroud Township 

Sunbury 

Susquehanna Township 

Swatara Township 

Swissvale 

Towamencin Township 

Upper Allen Township 

Upper Chichester Township 

Upper Merion Township 

Upper Providence Township 

Upper Southhampton Township 

A'arren 

^Varwick Township 

Washington 

Washington Township 

West Chester 

West Hempfield Township 

West Manchester Township 

Whitehall 

Whitehall Township 

Windsor Township 

>'eadon 

Vork 

I'ork Township 

RHODE ISLAND 

Jarrington 

Jristol 

Jurrillville 

Central Falls 

Tonventry 

Transton 

Cumberland 

last Greenwich 

iast Providence 

ohnston 

-incoln 

4iddletown 

Jarragansett 

•Jewport 

4orth Kingstown 

Jorth Providence 

Jorth Smithfield 

'awtuckei 

'ortsmouth 

tovidence 

mithfield 

outh Kingstown 

iverton 

I'arren 



Population 



13.490 

17.609 
18.382 
21.708 
19.743 
11.281 

19,025 
10.670 
11,668 
18.760 
19.792 

10.708 
14.261 
13,436 
15,104 
25,893 

10,780 
16,183 
11,196 
11,699 
15,969 

11,193 
18,161 
13,028 
14.464 
14.547 

22.931 
10.214 
12.060 

42,473 
24.313 



15,857 
21,636 

16.238 
17.646 

31.099 
76.100 
29,053 
11.871 
50,406 

26,556 
18,054 
19,470 
14.992 
28,241 

23.798 
32.107 
10.502 
72.682 
16.865 

160.835 
19.173 
24.644 
14.319 
11.391 



Crime 
Index 
total 



403 

589 
789 
621 
483 

447 

226 
463 
758 
805 
1.256 

374 
326 
193 
614 
1,915 

77 

290 

459 

133 

1.149 

246 
1.138 

207 
1.136 

119 

1.604 
123 
536 

3.358 
690 



440 

422 

259 

1.091 

831 
2.637 
1.145 

352 
1.748 

1.084 
959 
382 
675 

2.486 

827 
1.244 

344 
4.292 

244 

16.330 
392 
642 
364 

375 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



404 

596 
793 
623 
483 
448 

221 
467 
761 
814 
1.256 

374 
326 
193 
626 
1.919 

77 

291 

462 

134 

1,154 

250 
1,150 

208 
1,138 

119 

1,617 
125 
539 

3.386 
691 



462 

423 

261 

1.091 

844 
2.658 
1.149 

352 
1.768 

1.093 
967 
382 
675 

2.513 

835 
1.258 

347 
4.293 

244 

16.809 
394 
643 
364 
377 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



13 



107 
3 
4 
1 



25 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



12 
1 

22 

195 

9 



5 

3 

44 

1 

19 

2 

102 



804 
2 
6 
3 



53 
7 
5 
7 

10 

4 

5 

127 

18 

23 



9 
15 

4 
122 

6 

55 
12 
10 



Burglary 



24 

6 

47 

109 

22 



13 

14 

6 

161 

41 
61 
80 
9 
67 

24 

4 

34 

92 

226 

24 

47 

35 

166 



1,126 

5 

14 



2 



123 

103 

58 

78 

52 

52 

59 

116 

103 

172 



Larceny- 
theft 



68 


180 


48 


257 


32 


146 


91 


394 


174 


1,298 


18 


47 


83 


173 


72 


342 


16 


102 


184 


716 


55 


177 


183 


753 


23 


160 


82 


1,014 


11 


74 


196 


1,208 


28 


81 


88 


312 


628 


2,256 


130 


500 



303 

331 
663 

525 
349 
356 

164 
345 
466 
561 
954 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



99 


304 


89 


294 


76 


162 


274 


374 


229 


505 


615 


1,525 


226 


754 


106 


208 


369 


1.074 


226 


600 


186 


561 


67 


257 


166 


366 


504 


1,574 


210 


540 


309 


633 


90 


196 


1,001 


2,064 


53 


172 


3,707 


6.865 


91 


247 


152 


437 


77 


244 


92 


245 



33 


3 


99 


9 


79 




100 




10 




6 




79 


12 


370 


4 


7 




24 


1 


22 


3 


9 


1 


71 


5 


8 


4 


102 


12 


8 


1 


15 


2 


32 




155 


13 


6 


2 


64 


3 


132 


28 


26 


1 


18 


22 


18 


1 


12 


2 


238 




41 


13 


387 


21 


73 


4 


26 




207 


20 


224 


9 


190 


8 


19 




45 




112 


27 


50 


8 


232 


14 


20 


3 


928 


1 


19 




3.703 


479 


44 


•> 


29 


1 


39 




28 


2 



147 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slate 



Population 



Crime 

Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



RHODE ISLAND— Continued 

Warwick 

Westerly 

West Warwick 

Woonsockel 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Aiken 

Anderson 

Cayce 

Charleston 

Clemson 

Columbia 

Conway 

Easley 

Florence 

Gaffney 

Goose Creek 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Greer 

Hanahan 

Irmo 

Mauldin 

Mount Pleasant 

Myrtle Beach 

Newbert7 

Nonh Augusta 

North Charleston 

Orangeburg 

Rock Hill 

Simpsonville 

Spartanburg 

Summerville 

Sumter 

Union 

West Columbia 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Aberdeen 

Brookings 

Huron 

Mitchell 

Rapid City 

Sioux Falls 

Vermillion 

Watertown 

Yankton 

TENNESSEE 

Bartlett 

Brentwood 

Bristol 

Chattanooga 

Clarksville 

Cleveland 

Collierville 

Columbia 



85,472 
21.616 
29,283 
43.900 



10,810 



25,177 
16,433 
12,573 
13,936 

55,070 
101,885 
10,134 
17,768 
12,830 



27,408 

16,646 

23,784 

154,835 

76,667 
30,825 
14,651 
29,027 



4,809 
574 

I, no 

2,336 



20,289 


1,816 


26,734 


2,229 


11,397 


942 


82,104 


7,579 


11,329 


655 


99,990 


13,163 


10,025 


1,174 


15,514 


922 


-30,439 


3,542 


13,421 


979 


25,211 


880 


59,507 


7,193 


21,244 


1,381 


10,538 


982 


13,452 


770 


11,517 


267 


11,830 


443 


30,740 


1,726 


25,370 


3,906 


10,763 


324 


15,673 


941 


71,693 


9,387 


14,027 


1,931 


42,518 


4,708 


11,954 


431 


44,380 


5,889 


22,992 


1,466 


42,824 


4,108 


10,042 


197 



1,418 



1,094 
533 
486 
8.30 

4,200 

5,184 

495 

722 

550 



897 

454 

1,322 

19,610 

5,774 

1,872 

454 

2,218 



4,841 

577 

1,120 

2,342 



1,106 
534 
501 
834 

4,223 

5,219 

496 

726 

551 



454 

1,331 

19,763 

5,789 

1,879 

455 

2,2.36 



20 



10 
25 
11 
30 

3 

119 

9 

6 

22 

2 

5 

52 

24 

7 



61 



12 
163 



47 

57 

27 

308 

9 

687 

30 

7 

132 

29 
15 
243 
34 
43 

16 

4 

5 

21 

115 

4 
36 

376 
70 

160 

5 

269 

38 

148 



49 



10 



12 
3 

16 
961 

86 

29 

9 

45 



472 

6 

54 

132 



107 
330 
113 
708 

29 

1,202 

184 

66 
397 

113 

61 

783 

399 

93 

47 

13 

36 

126 

151 

71 

85 

874 

152 

658 

47 
794 
128 
430 

47 

135 



39 



6 
26 

208 

256 

6 

27 
14 



59 

20 

42 

2,225 

1.254 

223 

18 

167 



674 
198 
279 
677 



459 

624 

155 

1,215 

120 
2.145 
158 
204 
674 

227 
166 
1,383 
229 
213 

200 
55 
70 

331 
1.087 

53 

152 

1.727 

279 

994 

74 

1,110 

363 

796 

30 

217 



156 

91 

230 

4,331 

1,084 

434 

65 

474 



2,774 
340 
684 

1,236 



1,108 

1,039 

578 

4,580 

453 

7,912 

742 

600 

2,141 

547 

589 

4,389 

664 

567 

455 

183 

302 

1,149 

2,395 

178 

598 

5,255 

1,299 

2.637 

290 

.3,350 
811 

2,475 
106 

914 



178 


824 


141 


375 


45 


421 


160 


596 


574 


3,124 


800 


3,837 


108 


370 


109 


546 


76 


435 



612 

332 

963 

9,099 

3,044 

l.Oll 

333 

1,442 



826 
28 
78 

213 



84 
151 

57 
722 

41 

1.073 

49 

36 

174 

59 

44 

332 

30 

57 

43 

9 

23 

89 

126 

14 

66 

1,063 

109 

219 

13 

310 

104 

228 

4 

90 



33 
15 
12 
36 

178 

169 

11 

26 

18 



52 

8 

- 58 

2,782 

243 
156 
29 
76 



148 



-Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991— Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Cnine 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
ra|}e 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglar)' 



Larcen>- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



TENNESSEE— Continued 



TEXAS 



22.081 

21,428 
20,410 
19,086 
33,404 
11,393 

13,742 
32,688 
51,380 
50,148 
36,9.30 

167,686 
10,573 
19,506 
11,367 

619.981 

21,717 
45,620 
507,328 
27,733 
14,267 

13.859 
1 1,401 
17,021 
10,676 



108,929 
20,210 
18,699 
19,630 

160,978 
10,905 
17,505 

267,306 
11,201 

475,558 
17,777 
18,557 
65,212 

116,762 

44,695 
13,836 
14,137 
12,742 
19,981 

23,585 
16,009 
12.207 
99.990 
18.779 

56.175 
10,361 
16,456 
1 1 ,607 
83,921 



877 

1,355 
1,246 
1,110 
560 
1,279 

866 
1,079 
6,055 
3,254 
2,905 

15,529 
461 
810 
631 

63,137 

1,458 

3,665 

43,958 

1,505 

792 

853 

1 ,034 

812 

932 



6,451 

1,412 

931 

1,503 

12,768 
355 
866 

25,341 
858 

53,715 
1,669 
2,093 
5,867 

13,147 

2,257 
906 
689 
493 
707 

1,120 

666 

844 

9,816 

1,300 

4,739 
276 
879 
211 

5,642 



877 

1,364 
1.253 
1,110 
561 
1,279 

866 
1.086 
6.094 
3.269 
2,925 

15,701 
461 
812 
640 

63,835 

1,475 
3,679 

1.512 
792 

856 

1 ,034 

812 

934 



6,487 

1,415 

934 

1,510 

12,858 
355 
866 

25,443 
859 

54,216 
1,675 
2,098 
5.902 

13,186 

2,265 
909 
693 
495 
709 

1.129 

666 

845 

9,842 

1.309 

4.759 
280 
884 
212 

5,663 



35 



169 



13 
48 
21 
13 

123 

2 

10 

3 

653 

13 
19 

514 

10 

5 

3 
6 
1 



12 

166 

1 

276 

16 

7 

43 

94 

19 

4 

2 

1 
5 

20 

1 

13 

31 

27 

57 



33 



19 

25 

11 

7 

24 

4 

6 

284 

43 

18 

668 

6 

6 

5 

4,504 

11 
63 
2,648 
31 
26 

10 
21 



216 
9 



265 

13 

700 

11 

1,555 

31 

32 

204 

691 

38 
6 

21 
8 
5 

15 
9 
12 
224 
11 



51 

142 

189 

8 

40 



97 
6.39 

68 
290 

1,938 
40 
32 
22 

3,492 

46 

273 

4,739 

61 

66 

36 

268 

7 

29 



575 
90 
32 
58 

546 

28 

85 

1,216 

131 

1,088 

308 

90 

285 

1,146 

48 
128 
32 
25 
21 

107 

36 

94 

549 

102 

427 

21 

12 

9 

118 



215 

278 
2.30 
166 
41 
176 

267 
245 
1.162 
664 
410 

3.984 

67 

142 

135 

16.580 

240 
549 
10.321 
285 
217 

341 
108 
167 
180 



1,808 
352 
193 
243 

2,354 
57 

156 
4,778 

258 

11,591 

349 

463 

1,283 

3,580 

502 
237 
119 
100 
160 

261 
154 
183 
2,428 
298 

1,161 
54 
190 
46 

1,249 



568 

854 
767 
685 
486 
962 

529 

703 

3,628 

2,240 

2,031 

6,639 

319 

555 

407 

24.357 

995 

2,511 

21,807 

1,045 

428 

433 
599 
576 
682 



3,534 
917 
674 

1,044 

9,020 

254 

525 

15,076 

439 

34,4 1 7 

839 

1,435 

.3,250 

6,528 

1,451 
499 
423 
351 
445 

674 
442 
521 
5.590 
821 

2,771 
179 
595 
144 

3.574 



50 

147 
69 

52 
17 
76 



66 




14 


7 


284 


39 


218 


15 


141 


20 


2.142 


172 


27 




65 


2 


59 


9 


13.382 


698 


152 


17 


248 


14 


3,841 




72 


7 


47 




29 


3 


30 




53 




35 


2 


239 


36 


34 


3 


26 


3 


133 


7 


488 


90 


14 




75 




3.379 


102 


17 


1 


4.739 


501 


126 


6 


64 


5 


795 


35 


1.093 


39 


198 


8 


31 


3 


91 


4 


8 


2 


71 


2 


40 


9 


23 




21 


1 


976 


26 


41 


9 


237 


20 


20 


4 


61 


5 


10 


1 


578 


21 



149 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Slale 


Population 


Cnme 
Index 
total 


Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson* 


TEXAS— Continued 

Cedar Hill 


20,402 
22,678 
53,575 
12,995 
28,199 

17,241 

24,592 

262,947 

23,399 

1,028,362 

28,242 
31,360 
21,963 
67,684 
31,195 

12,921 
13,145 
36,510 
21,091 
30,522 

10,735 
526,339 
14,179 
38,963 
24,767 

15,858 
11,727 
457,171 
11,632 
23,300 

14,560 
10,247 
60,330 
184,505 
11,737 

15,158 
101,741 
29,825 
23,563 
16,865 

33,557 
13,115 
49,775 
11,376 
15,059 

1,665,756 

12,317 

28,520 

34,290 

158,345 

13.037 
13,974 
17.754 
11.301 
64,890 

25,815 
23,262 


1.011 
1.662 
2.262 
318 
3.141 

546 

1.311 

27.459 

1.942 

154.929 

959 
2.199 

2,355 
5,279 
2,045 

1,003 
397 
2,303 
1,625 
1,765 

657 

50,684 

866 

2,136 

2,360 

651 

1.188 

77.595 

837 

684 

1.030 
300 

7.799 

12.083 

299 

1.007 
9,368 
1,588 
4,210 
707 

3,037 

524 

4,514 

1,260 

805 

180,308 

1,657 

1,587 

2,894 

13,526 

968 

386 

1,124 

1,078 

5,009 

1,659 
853 


1,014 
1,672 
2,268 
319 
3,146 

548 

1,328 

27,614 

1.963 

156.456 

963 
2,206 
2,388 
5,341 
2,061 

1,007 
398 
2,330 
1,630 
1,779 

657 
50,941 

869 
2,147 
2,364 

654 

1,199 

77,981 

841 

689 

1,036 
300 

7,848 

12,164 

300 

1,009 
9,371 
1,598 
4,239 
709 

3,037 

527 

4,531 

1,261 

816 

182,185 

1,660 

1,588 

2,899 

13,572 

969 

387 

1,129 

1,085 

5,135 

1,672 
855 


1 
1 


4 

5 
10 


12 
24 
19 


34 
26 

71 

11 

337 

8 

53 

1,337 

63 

13,449 

184 
392 
137 
373 
24 

60 
3 

72 
131 
148 

36 
3,818 
39 
70 
59 

101 

62 

4,851 

27 

28 

35 

11 

544 

416 

19 

40 
705 

69 
810 

11 

80 

84 
322 
173 

66 

10,947 

45 

92 

151 

418 

42 
65 

48 
122 
200 

168 

32 


375 
198 
424 
63 
576 

165 

376 

5,829 

392 

31,513 

265 
438 
53-3 
1,244 
649 

320 
64 
546 
338 
459 

164 

9,087 

209 

449 

473 

143 
256 
16,878 
200 
166 

262 

88 

1,455 

2,920 

79 

239 
2,017 

300 
1,091 

185 

754 
119 
881 
236 
126 

• 

39,726 

237 

430 

467 

2,490 

244 

87 

238 

240 

1,381 

390 

107 


534 
1,347 
1,595 

235 
1,925 

339 
816 

17,916 
1,345 

71.920 

437 
1.241 
1.579 
3.301 
1.129 

560 

321 

1.330 

1,080 

929 

412 
30,457 

506 
1,364 
1,411 

365 
614 
38,333 
483 
408 

661 

162 

4,545 

7,129 

181 

657 
5.053 
1.111 
1.968 

452 

1,732 

277 

2,794 

714 

562 

73,769 

966 

930 

1,846 

8,986 

618 
206 
765 
643 
2,971 

1,004 
631 


51 
61 

143 
8 

202 

31 

42 

1,546 

96 

25,085 

62 

115 

80 

223 
187 

55 

7 

288 

58 
196 

34 
5,524 

87 
188 
381 

36 

172 

13,470 

86 

74 

49 
33 

795 

1,142 

18 

43 

1,307 

79 

248 

52 

382 

23 

434 

111 

48 

40,162 

354 

82 

319 

1,278 

35 
24 
52 
61 

244 

71 
60 


3 




10 


College Station 

Colleyville 


6 


1 
1 


1 


16 

2 

14 

204 

15 

1,208 

1 

2 

4 

36 

4 

1 

1 
11 
2 
8 


84 

1 

10 

595 

26 

11,254 

10 
7 
20 
96 
50 

6 

1 

56 

16 

24 

11 

1,484 
17 
45 
32 

2 

71 

3,426 

28 

3 

18 
6 

373 
329 

2 

20 

223 

18 

71 

7 

62 
11 
57 
19 
3 

13,883 
39 
36 

67 
269 

19 

9 

8 

116 

17 
11 


5 


Coppell 


2 




17 




32 

5 

500 


155 




21 


Dallas 


1,527 
4 


Del Rio 


4 
2 
6 

2 

1 


7 
33 




62 


DeSoto 


16 


Donna 


4 
1 






27 


Eagle Pass 




5 


1 


14 






El Paso 


49 

1 
1 


265 
7 
19 

3 

4 

11 

442 

11 

2 

3 


257 
3 


Farmers Branch 


11 
4 

3 


Forest Hill 


2 

195 

2 

3 

2 


11 




386 




4 


Friendswood 


5 




6 






Galveslon 

Garland 


22 
13 


65 
134 


49 

81 

1 






8 
56 
11 
20 


2 




7 


3 


Grapevine 


10 




2 


29 




2 


Haltom City 


6 

1 
2 
1 


21 
9 

24 
6 




Marker Heights 


3 


Harlingen . 


17 




1 


Hereford 


11 


Houston 


608 

5 
2 


1,213 
11 
15 

44 
67 

8 
3 

11 
3 

67 

7 
12 


1,877 




3 


Huntsville 


1 




5 


Irving 


18 
2 


46 




1 


Keller 


1 


Kerrville 


1 

1 

30 

2 


5 




7 


Killeen 


126 


Kingsville 


13 


Lake Jackson 


2 



150 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known (o the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Stale 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
ne&ligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



TEXAS — Continued 

La Marque 

LaMesa 

Lancaster 

La Pone 

Laredo 

League City 

Levelland 

Lewtsville 

Live Oak 

Longview 

Lubbock 

-uflcin 

Mansfield 

vlarshall 

vlcAllen 

vlcKinney 

viercedes 

viesquile 

vlidland 

vlineral Wells 

vlission 

vltssourt City 

vlount Pleasant 

•^lacogdoches 

*Jederland 

"Jew Braunfels 

vionh Richland Hills 

Jdessa 

Drange 

'alestine 

'ampa 

*aris 

^asadena 

'earland 

*ecos 

'harr 

'latnview 

*lano 

*ort Arthur 

'ortland 

*ort Lavaca 

*ort Neches 

(ichardson 

Richmond 

tobstown 

Rockwall 

losenberg 

(ound Rock 

lowlett 

•an Angelo 

>an Antonio 

■an Bentto 

■an Juan 

an Marcos 

chertz 

■eguin 

herman 



14,421 
1 1 .039 
22,588 

28,505 
125,521 
30,802 
14,284 
47,513 

10,236 
71,811 
190,179 
30,850 
I 5,940 

24,187 
85,814 
21,737 
12,964 
103,649 

91,351 
15,186 
29,264 
36,947 
12.553 

31,530 
16,537 
27,917 
46,874 
91,613 

19,794 
18,427 
20,384 
25,226 
121,910 

19,095 
13.326 
33,623 
22,163 
131,459 

69.363 
12.484 
11.118 
13.250 
76,436 

10.010 
13.123 
10.709 
20,613 
31,582 

23.755 
86.276 
955.905 
20.554 
11.045 

29.356 
10.780 
19.255 
32,275 



1,010 

492 
1,286 

998 

11,823 

1,234 

627 

4,269 

529 

7,296 

12.442 

2,705 

940 

2,078 
9,182 
1,900 
608 
8,346 

6.574 
1.016 
1,817 
1.763 
923 

1.759 

784 

2.322 

3.198 

12.800 

2,210 
1,565 
1,422 
3.495 
11.290 

1.231 
431 
3.183 
1.838 
7.593 

5.694 
424 
462 
522 

4.967 

945 

518 

527 

1.974 

1.321 

931 

5.685 

117.486 

985 

746 

1.716 

491 

1.649 

2.874 



1. 01 1 

499 

1.313 

1.002 

11.885 

1.246 

640 

4.288 

534 

7.329 

12,481 

2,710 

940 

2.092 
9.197 
1.902 
612 
8.390 

6,593 
1.021 
1.827 
1.775 
932 

1.770 

785 

2.324 

3.202 

12,856 

2,223 
1.578 
1.426 
3.508 
11,369 

1,253 
433 
3,193 
1,857 
7,615 

5.752 
427 
464 
523 

4.986 

951 

526 

533 

2.030 

1,326 

959 

118.501 
985 

747 

1.726 

496 

1,654 

2,887 



7 

208 

I 



27 

3 

83 
137 
23 



41 

698 

1 

5 

20 
8 
II 

32 



19 

6 

34 

12 

173 

20 

2 

68 



201 

276 

54 

II 

31 
122 

25 

1 

172 

131 

8 

14 

44 

15 

36 
9 

27 
63 
177 

118 
34 
16 
59 

260 

19 

2 

42 

27 

100 

237 
I 

9 
3 

112 

33 
7 

10 
53 

7 



41 

3,778 

5 

4 

34 

3 

40 

97 



27 
72 
1 

84 
677 
10 
35 
71 

31 

476 

634 

69 

64 

201 
460 
304 
131 
393 

781 

87 
77 
64 
42 

166 
13 

353 
99 

569 

162 
174 
355 
462 
1,064 

144 
7 
133 
141 
285 

586 

8 

61 

39 

160 

125 
34 
18 

167 
87 

44 

406 

2,889 

75 

27 

111 
29 

142 
97 



315 

80 

340 

217 
2.680 
293 
111 
824 

82 

1.660 

3,034 

785 

188 

419 

1,709 

414 

194 

1.314 

1.679 
251 
390 
580 
239 

375 
159 
463 
583 
2.297 

479 
348 
273 
650 

2.478 

234 
103 
737 
398 
1.553 

1.740 
121 
116 
124 

1,125 

300 
231 
82 
372 
260 

295 

1,262 

24.941 

290 

204 

377 
126 
550 
694 



555 
311 

712 

591 
7.136 

757 

450 

2.828 

356 
4.330 
7.691 
1.637 

621 

1.270 
5,705 
1.036 
217 
5.457 

3,536 
604 

1,146 
894 
571 

1.100 

558 
1.310 
2.041 
9.129 

1.304 

927 

724 

2.144 

5.834 

604 

313 

1.908 

1.199 

5,075 

2,432 
269 
263 
317 

3.114 

430 
207 
366 
1.291 
864 

548 

3.737 

70.559 

542 

418 

1.023 
304 

838 

1.7711 



1.128 

138 

28 

447 

48 
536 
652 
133 

55 

135 

1.166 

95 

53 

975 

362 

57 

179 

178 

53 

59 

43 
165 
385 
526 

127 

62 

40 

161 

1,569 

219 

5 

353 

61 

538 

609 
23 
10 
36 

420 

51 
36 
50 

73 
73 

28 

191 

14.413 

71 

87 

149 
20 
66 

182 



151 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



TEXAS— Continued 

Snyder 

South Houston 

Stephenville 

Sugar Land 

Sulphur Springs 

Sweetwater 

Taylor 

Temple 

Terrell 

Texarkana 

Texas City 

The Colony 

Tyler 

Universal City 

University Park 

Uvalde 

Vernon 

Victoria 

Vidor 

Village 

Waco 

Watauga 

Waxahachie 

Weatherford 

Weslaco 

West University Place 

White Settlement 

Wichita Falls 

UTAH 

American Fork 

Bountiful 

Brigham City 

Cedar City 

Cenlerville 

Clearfield 

Kaysville 

Lx)gan 

Midvale 

Murray 

North Ogden 

Ogden 

Orem 

Provo 

Roy 

St. George 

Salt Lake City 

Sandy 

South Jordan 

South Ogden 

South Salt Lake 

Spanish Fork 

Springville 

Tooele 

West Jordan 

West Valley 



12,455 

14,510 
13,790 
25,052 
14,362 
12,222 

11,716 
47,092 
12,756 
32,331 
41,693 

22,584 
77.060 
13,335 
22,734 
15,043 

12,257 
56,251 
11,168 
11,721 
105,800 

20,435 
18,555 
15,119 
22,343 
13,195 

15,802 
98,313 



16.125 
37,662 
16.072 
13,810 

11.814 
22.021 
14.343 
33.658 
12.211 

32.138 
11,987 
65,658 
69,410 
89,211 

25,276 
29,282 
164,313 
77,112 
12,554 

12,436 
10,406 
11,580 
14,331 
14,267 

44,065 
89,356 



391 

1,476 

665 

1,005 

1,022 

721 

846 
3,733 
1,123 
3,576 
4,350 

926 
8,850 

744 
1,123 

304 

811 

5,581 

602 

295 

12,657 

613 
2,074 

809 
1,938 

366 

1,291 
9.965 



700 

1.242 
510 
456 

300 

781 

346 

1.297 

1,121 

3,564 
227 
5,618 
3,089 
3,310 

1,080 

1,558 

20.835 

3.380 

434 

494 
2.040 
620 
565 
636 

2.405 
6.989 



391 

1.478 

668 

1.017 

1.023 

722 

846 
3,737 
1,124 
3,610 
4,382 

930 
8.879 

747 
1,123 

304 

824 

5,602 

607 

296 

12.683 

616 
2.083 

815 
1,947 

366 

1,293 
10.011 



700 

1,243 

510 

457 

301 

785 

348 

1,306 

1,121 

3,584 
228 
5,661 
3,096 
3,317 

1,082 

1,563 

20,957 

3,385 

440 

496 
2,046 
630 
568 
636 

2,409 

7,038 



23 



105 
6 



56 
30 
41 

9 

17 

182 

14 

4 

3 

13 
5 
3 

7 

11 
89 



19 
8 
10 

18 

72 
46 
101 
119 

7 

160 

10 

34 

9 

20 

117 

3 

12 
424 

7 
23 

3 

15 
II 

9 
323 



25 



96 
6 

17 

3 
8 

474 



56 



29 

37 

33 

32 

117 

55 

53 
391 
118 
225 
149 

30 

488 

69 

9 

35 

171 

561 

18 

13 

866 

II 

170 

62 

85 

3 

31 
539 



74 

2 

212 

35 

44 

79 
28 
649 
62 
29 

12 
48 
4 
10 
19 

130 

234 



63 

294 
92 
282 
229 
176 

259 
805 
349 
837 
950 

225 
1,817 
120 
200 
113 

195 
1,433 

108 

79 

3,646 

157 
481 
217 
461 
92 

274 
2,135 



64 
134 
44 
65 

67 

94 

52 

148 

159 

426 
20 
783 
247 
424 

135 

193 

3,460 

641 

93 

97 

309 

77 

73 

123 

316 
1,049 



280 

860 
494 
575 
596 
454 

467 
2,180 

525 
2,186 
2,705 

626 
5,545 
510 
769 
131 

388 

3,222 

442 

149 

6,495 

387 
1,252 

476 
1,147 

217 

823 
6,308 



582 

1,024 

443 

365 

209 
618 
259 
1,101 
867 

2,925 
203 
4,229 
2,681 
2,642 

825 

1,242 

14,602 

2,557 
274 

358 
1,523 
523 
453 
450 

1,848 
5,396 



10 

234 
40 
95 
62 
19 

37 
205 

75 
195 
393 

34 

738 
32 

105 
15 

31 

220 

30 

42 

1,098 

44 
128 

39 
228 

41 

150 

570 



43 

55 

6 

14 

2 
33 
12 
17 
55 

101 

2 

240 

90 

142 

29 
68 
1,454 
83 
32 

21 
1-23 
10 
26 
35 

86 

161 



152 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by State 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cntne 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglar> 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



VERMONT 



Burlington 
Rutland .. 



VIRGINIA 



Alexandria 

Alexandria State Police 

Arlington 

Arlington State Police .. 



Blacksburg 

Bristol 

Bristol State Police 

Charlottesville 

Charlottesville State Police 



Chesapeake 

Chesapeake Slate Police 

Christiansburg 

Colonial Heights 

Colonial Heights State Police 



Danville 

Fairfax City 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericksburg State Police 
Front Royal 



Hampton 

Hampton State Police 

Harrisonburg 

Harrisonburg State Police 
Hemdon 



Hopewell 

Hopewell State Police . 

Leesburg 

Lynchburg 

Lynchburg Slate Police 



Manassas 

Martinsville 

Newport News 

Newport News State Police 
Norfolk 



Norfolk Slate Police ... 

Petersburg 

Petersburg Stale Police 

Poquoson 

Portsmouth 



Portsmouth State Police 

Pulaski 

Pulaski State Police .... 

Radford 

Richmond 



Richmond Stale Police 

Roanoke 

Roanoke State Police .. 

Salem 

Staunton 



Staunton Stale Police 

Suffolk 

Suffolk Slate Police . 
Vienna 



39.443 
18,367 



112,955 
173.660 



35.141 
18.719 



40.984 



154,398 



15,243 
16,320 



53.901 
19,934 
19,330 



12.069 
135,925 



31,196 
16.396 
23,469 



16,460 
67,101 



28.402 

16,419 

172,755 



265,392 



38.997 



11.180 
105,563 



10,144 



16,194 
206.292 



97,933 



24,134 
24.850 



52,972 
15,088 



3,460 
1,246 



8.499 

I 

11,872 

12 

1,044 

969 

3 

2,656 

I 

8.418 

9 

907 

833 

2 

2.564 
1.376 

8.39 
8 

565 

8.269 

7 

1.732 

2 

713 

1.420 

1 

678 

3.628 
4 

1,320 
1.076 

11.745 
8 

24.529 

22 

3,266 

3 

149 

10,435 

7 

657 

21 

496 

23.917 

35 

8.754 

3 

860 

866 



3,388 

2 

586 



8,542 

I 

11,921 

12 

1,048 

974 

3 

2.679 

I 

8.517 

9 

907 

835 

2 

2.564 
1,408 

844 
8 

571 

8.359 
7 

1.738 

2 

714 

1.420 

1 

679 

3.666 
4 

1.321 
1.079 

11,823 
8 

24.688 

23 

3,277 

3 

150 

10.559 

7 

661 

21 

497 

24.124 

35 

8.823 

3 

865 

870 

2 

3.413 

2 

587 



14 



32 



I 
116 



14 



26 



68 



6 

7 
107 



205 



33 



2 
150 



405 
363 



329 



50 
20 
33 

7 

290 



15 

106 

I 

26 

26 

484 



1.530 



3 
139 



I 
645 



1.449 



2 
272 



124 
II 



275 
360 



161 



478 

1 

32 

18 



100 

31 

88 

I 

12 

253 



116 



II 

341 

I 

24 
103 
666 

1.253 

3 

270 



27 
510 

2 

34 

I 

18 

1,699 

I 
382 



325 
7 



625 
282 



1.358 
1,508 



139 
138 



338 



1,618 



147 
41 



370 
201 
124 



65 



1,315 

1 

209 



94 
208 



101 

505 

1 

174 

209 

2,441 



4,571 



710 



20 
1.707 

2 
137 

2 

72 

4.822 



1,606 



126 

124 



756 
67 



2,630 
884 



5,373 

1 

8,319 



834 
738 

1 
1,948 

I 

5,175 

7 

682 

725 

I 

1,944 
1,029 

513 
3 

424 

5,753 

6 

1,436 



574 

1,005 

I 

517 

2.481 
1 

994 
691 

7.177 

2 

13.935 

12 

1.869 

1 

93 
6.128 

2 

457 

14 

383 

12.941 

28 

6,085 

3 

686 

670 

2 

1,847 

2 

474 



126 
50 



1,038 



1,275 
4 

31 

34 

1 

103 



739 

1 

38 

37 
I 

81 
89 

73 

3 

52 

573 



42 



28 
158 



96 
36 

852 

5 

2,949 

3 

237 

2 

7 

1.347 

1 

22 

3 

21 
2.740 

3 
345 



293 

24 



153 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Cily by Stale 



Population 



Cnme 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



VIRGINIA— Continued 



Virginia Beach 



Virginia Beach State Police 

Waynesboro 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Winchester State Police .... 



WASHINGTON 



Aberdeen .. 

Auburn 

Bellevue . . . 
Bellingham 



Bothell 

Bremerton .. 
Centralia . . . 
Des Moines 
Edmonds . . . 



Ellensburg . 

Everett 

Kelso 

Kennewick 
Kent 



Kirkland . 

Lacey 

Longview , 
Lynnwood 
Marysville 



Mercer Island 

Moses Lake 

Mountlake Terrace 

Mount Vernon 

Oak Harbor 



Olympia 

Pasco 

Port Angeles 

Pullman 

Puyallup 



Redmond 
Renton . . 
Richland 
Seattle ... 
Spokane . 



Sunnyside , 
Tacoma . . . 
Tukwila . . 
Tumwater 
Vancouver 



Walla Walla 
Wenalchee . 
Yakima 



WEST VIRGINIA 



399,334 



18,844 
11,713 
22,296 



Beckley 

Bluefield . . 

Charleston 

Clarksburg 



1 7,080 
34,131 
89.574 
53,801 

12,728 
39,327 
12,477 
17,820 
31.699 

12,745 
72,136 
12,187 
43.465 
39.140 

41.297 
19.878 
32.478 
29,587 
10.649 

21.463 
11.584 
19.920 
18,195 
17,710 

34,892 
20,969 
18,260 
24,207 
24,617 

36,913 

42,984 

33,319 

532.418 

182,705 

11.587 
182.156 
12,243 
10,286 
47,821 

27,301 
22,432 
56,531 



18.372 
12,809 
57,646 
18,134 



23,398 

14 

839 

658 

1,914 

2 



1,973 
2,575 
4,996 
4,328 

579 
2.654 

941 
1.172 
1,113 

739 
5,399 
1,095 
3,716 

4,272 

2,347 
1,581 
1,645 
2,949 
644 

422 
1,381 
1,006 
1,445 

711 

2,604 
2,274 
1,401 
631 
1,958 

1,655 

4,278 

1,283 

65,208 

16,218 

1,171 

20,560 

3,353 

689 

3,105 

2,594 
2,017 
7,322 



981 

407 

6,837 

495 



23,617 

14 

851 

658 

1,919 

2 



1,979 
2,592 
5,041 
4,350 

588 
2,674 

944 
1,173 
1.114 

743 
5,485 
1,118 
3,721 
4,303 

2,347 
1,581 
1,651 
2,967 
644 

424 
1,385 
1.017 
1,457 

720 

2,607 
2,291 
1,419 
632 
1,974 

1,670 

4.282 

1.299 

65.493 

16,279 

1.179 

20.745 

3.375 

690 

3,127 

2,615 
2.020 
7,397 



983 

407 

6,906 

495 



27 



127 



10 
17 
12 
9 

25 
21 
23 
2 
15 

28 

23 

8 

398 

98 

4 

277 
33 
14 
38 

36 
20 
71 



512 



22 
51 
50 

37 

7 
67 

9 
22 
13 

4 

144 

12 

41 

86 

26 
11 
31 
48 
4 

3 
9 
11 
19 
2 

27 
49 



24 

20 

103 

4 

2,761 

372 

2 

1,100 

92 

3 
91 

28 

16 

156 



17 

9 

264 

9 



421 



36 

12 
216 



30 
103 
118 
109 

5 

155 

48 

14 

9 

17 

131 

34 

64 

75 

51 
41 

47 
58 
14 

5 
44 
22 
27 
16 

65 
147 
43 
63 

22 



97 

31 

4,019 

806 

97 

2.175 

118 

19 

247 

125 

65 

528 



19 
19 

377 
16 



4.162 



86 

33 

230 



343 
358 
687 
'568 

127 
430 
176 
192 
216 

126 
1.029 
178 
688 
885 

406 
199 
431 
358 
79 

69 
200 
152 
231 

74 

366 
402 
210 
87 
240 

258 

664 

208 

10.639 

3.298 

213 

3.752 
455 
156 
690 

541 

293 

1.322 



140 

97 

1.365 

104 



16.824 

10 

663 

554 

1.383 

2 



1,498 
1,800 
3,832 
3,368 

416 

1,735 
653 
809 
814 

554 
3,592 

787 
2,766 
2.782 

1.709 
1.272 
1.016 
2.280 
511 

331 
1,070 

756 
1,106 

605 

2,000 
1,544 
1.072 
464 
1,538 

1,247 

3,066 

996 

40,502 

10.916 

800 

11.677 

2.374 

467 
1,749 

1,783 
1,539 
4,916 



772 

266 

4.354 

334 



1.325 

2 
45 
38 
50 



61 
223 
281 
210 

20 
191 

47 
117 

49 

30 
411 

53 
123 
411 

131 

47 
98 
191 

27 

12 
47 
48 
50 
3 

121 
108 
44 
15 
119 

74 

323 

36 

6.846 

721 

55 

1,548 

278 

30 
290 

81 

82 
325 



26 

13 

419 

24 



154 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 -Continued 



Cjly by Stale 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified' 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



WEST VIRGINIA— Continued 

Fairtnotlt 

Hunlinglotl 

Martinsburg 

Morgantown 

Moundsville 

Parkersburg 

St. Albatis 

South Charleston 

Vienna ; — 

Weirton 

Wheeling 

WISCONSIN 

Applelon 

Ashwaubenon 

Beaver Datn 

Beloil 

Brookfleld 

Brown Deer 

Caledonia 

Cedarburg 

Chippewa Falls 

Cudahy 

De Pere 

Eau Claire 

Fitchburg 

Fond du Lac 

Fort Atkinson 

Franklin 

Germanlown 

Glendale 

Green Bay 

Greendale 

Greenfield 

Janesviile 

Kaukauna 

Kenosha 

La Crosse 

Madison 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 

Marshfield 

Menasha 

Menasha Town 

Menomonee Falls 

Menomonie 

Mequon 

Middleton 

Milwaukee 

Monroe 

Mount Pleasant 

Muskego 

Neenah 

New Berlin 

Oak Creek 

Oconomowoc 

Onalaska 



20,294 
55,073 
14,131 
25,987 
10,798 

.34,003 
11,240 
1 3,702 
10,907 
22,215 

35,028 



66,543 
16,587 
14,379 
36,032 

35,638 
12,394 
21,956 
10.022 
12,891 

18,900 
16.783 
57,590 
15,850 
38,245 

10,359 
22,137 
13,834 
14,270 
97,713 

15,323 
33,834 
52,807 
12,136 
81,390 

51,662 
193,735 
32,940 
11.996 
19,539 

14,901 
14,004 
27,187 
13,722 
19,129 

13,460 
636,342 
10,373 
21.032 
17,030 

23,519 
34,026 
19,765 
11,135 
11,429 



980 
4,301 
1,246 
1,317 

411 

1,2,30 
543 
480 
360 
634 

1,024 



2,857 

1,051 

880 

2,667 

1,524 
455 
517 
194 
429 

805 
670 

3,027 
564 

2,367 

482 

614 

575 

1,101 

4,982 

804 
1,623 
3,552 

428 
4,543 

3,353 
12,884 

1,815 
553 
758 

679 
352 
1,109 
910 
279 

554 
57,551 
382 
783 
252 

961 

718 
742 
363 
499 



995 
4,361 

1,257 

1,334 

412 

1,258 
543 
480 
360 
641 

1,028 



2,880 

1,051 

881 

2,688 



1,524 
455 
522 
194 
431 



806 
672 

3.056 
566 

2,379 

487 

617 

588 

1,101 

4,992 

806 
1.624 
3,591 

429 
4,578 

3,357 
12,949 

1,821 
554 
764 

683 
353 
1,112 
916 
279 

554 
57,970 
385 
786 
255 

969 

738 
744 
370 
499 



163 



14 



17 



14 



502 
5 
4 
1 

4 



21 

124 

26 

6 



48 



4 

1 

34 

37 

6 

27 

12 

3 

106 

13 

325 

4 

1 

3 

1 
1 
7 
1 
1 

1 

4,252 
3 
17 



44 

150 

65 

78 



8 

1 

10 

29 
21 
70 
6 
83 

5 
1 

6 

I 

283 



78 
10 
86 

II 

350 

33 

3 

24 

I 

3 
34 



5 

1,311 

6 

25 

1 

54 
27 
26 
20 
3 



184 


666 


988 


2,975 


1.39 


959 


2.30 


923 


90 


283 


274 


760 


109 


387 


98 


331 


21 


329 


116 


435 



367 



488 
40 
86 

352 

242 
67 

100 
10 
61 

128 
105 
546 
118 
208 

41 
117 

78 
116 
623 

22 
213 
591 

71 
854 

176 

2.273 

167 

34 

107 

156 

77 

289 

115 

67 

136 
9,431 

65 
152 

51 

137 
146 

80 
70 
49 



403 



2.291 
960 
754 

2,098 

1.131 
345 

354 
178 
333 

578 
527 

2,314 
394 

1,996 

412 
454 
472 
860 
3,809 

735 
1,234 
2,727 

327 
3.153 

3,033 

9,089 

1,560 

499 

605 

506 
254 
688 
763 
193 

403 

28,322 
286 
545 
191 

735 
504 
572 
251 
441 



53 

32 
57 
66 
35 

113 

37 

26 

7 

56 

115 



53 
22 
20 
116 

87 
34 
47 
5 
18 

45 
13 
84 
34 
58 

20 
33 
18 
87 
206 

36 
137 
123 

15 
298 

102 

752 
43 
15 
16 

14 
13 
91 
29 
16 

7 

13.570 

17 

40 



155 



Table 8. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Cities and Towns 10,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



City by Slate 



Population 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



WISCONSIN— Continued 

Oshkosh 

Pleasant Prairie 

Racine 

River Falls 

Sheboygan 

Shorewood 

South Milwaukee 

Stevens Point 

Sun Prairie 

Superior 

Two Rivers 

Watertown 

Waukesha 

Wausau 

Wauwatosa 

West Allis 

West Bend 

Weston 

WhiteHsh Bay 

Whitewater 

Wisconsin Rapids 

WYOMING 

Casper 

Cheyenne 

Evanston 

Gillette 

Green River 

Laramie 

Rock Springs 

Sheridan 



55.717 
12,115 
85,387 
10,746 
50,318 

14.298 
21,228 
23,303 
15,531 
27,484 

13,198 
19,388 
57,694 
37,539 
50,004 

64,038 

24,225 
11.303 
14.456 
12.799 

18.480 



47.402 
50.748 
11.057 
17.884 

12.890 
27.064 
19.319 
14.096 



3,400 
452 

8,072 
472 

3,229 

502 
814 

1,808 
710 

2,216 

552 

801 

2,338 

1,959 

2,368 

3,439 

1,129 

380 

259 

457 

1,101 



3,342 

3,201 

563 

1,170 

466 
1,089 

1,372 
511 



3,412 
453 

8,124 
474 

3,280 

502 
824 

1.816 
716 

2,216 

553 

801 

2.350 

1.966 

2.382 

3.478 

1.134 

381 

259 

461 

1.103 



3,383 

3,206 

563 

1,187 

476 
1,091 

1.374 
519 



15 

1 

377 

1 

19 

25 
4 
3 
1 

14 

4 

5 

18 



72 

16 

446 

2 

64 

23 
23 
35 
II 
11 

3 

5 
127 
22 
26 

166 

25 
5 
6 

7 

48 



221 
62 
22 

128 

22 

43 

117 

10 



387 

47 

1,644 

36 

424 

130 
139 
214 
85 
391 

73 
118 
215 
181 
377 

497 
78 
70 
30 

54 

150 



2,828 
366 

4,547 
414 

2,622 

290 
602 

1,519 
583 

1,670 

446 

639 

1,840 

1,687 

1,637 

2,457 

1,001 

285 

214 

379 

873 



734 


2,242 


304 


2,714 


85 


427 


89 


920 


72 


350 


136 


863 


265 


924 


56 


422 



87 

22 

1,015 

16 



34 
40 
27 
23 
115 

25 
30 

119 
54 

241 

253 

22 

20 

6 

14 



25 



119 

85 
26 

27 

19 
36 

55 
16 



12 
1 

52 
2 

51 



10 
8 
6 



12 
7 
14 

39 
5 
1 



41 

5 



10 

2 



'Aggravated assault figures are not comparable to prior years due to a change in reporting procedures. 

^Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines. Therefore, the figures were excluded from the forcible rape. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categones, 

'Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated- See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 
*I991 arson data are not comparable to prior years. 
M991 data are not comparable to prior years. 



156 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 

• Anon IS shown onl> if 12 months of arson dala were received Leaders ( ) indicate zero data 



University/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violent- 
crime 
total 



Violent Cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
ne^igent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property' 
cnme 
total 



Property Cnme 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
then 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



ALABAMA 

Alabama State University 

Auburn University; 

Main Campus 

Montgomery 

Enterprise State Junior College 

Jacksonville State University 

Troy State University 

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa — 

University of Montevallo 

University of South Alabama 

ARIZONA 

Arizona State University 

Arizona Western College 

Northern Arizona University 

Pima Community College 

University of Arizona 

Yavapai College 

ARKANSAS 

University of Arkansas: 

Fayelteville 

Little Rock 

Medical Science 

Pine Bluff 

CALIFORNIA 

Cabrillo College 

California State Polytechnic University: 

Pomona 

San Luis Obispo 

California State College. Bakersfield ... 
California State University: 

Chico 

Domlnguez Hills 

Fresno 

Fullenon 

Hayward 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles 

Northndge 

Sacramento 

San Bernardino 

San Jose 

Stanislaus 

College of (he Sequoias 

Contra Costa College 

Foothill College 

Fresno City College 

Humboldt State University 

Kings River Community College 

Marin Community College 

Merced College 

Pasadena City College 

San Francisco State University 

San Jose/Evergreen Valley 

Community College District 

Santa Rosa Junior College 

Sonoma State University 

University of California: 

Berkeley 

Davis 

Irvine 

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 

Lawrence Livermore Laboratory 

Los Angeles 



4.587 

21.537 
6.261 
2.108 
8.448 
5.024 
19.794' 
3.250 

11.584 



42.936 
4.911 
16.992 
28.766 
35.729 
6.003 



14,732 

11.232 

1,408 

3,672 



12,075 

17,905 
15.912 
4.650 

14.979 
7.460 
17.467 
23.376 
11.757 
33.179 
17.960 
29.401 
23.478 
9.154 

4.822 

7.839 

6.634 

12.811 

14.710 

6.135 

3.078 

9.817 

6.854 

19.581 

24.138 



20,475 
6,129 

30.634 
23.890 
16.808 



36.420 



23 



44 

418 

72 

4 

108 
76 

556 
24 
90 



1.293 

67 

599 

174 

1,182 

54 



350 
86 
169 
129 



76 

525 

458 

84 

402 

113 

520 

514 

190 

490 

543 

760 

371 

196 

522 

88 

61 

350 

103 

300 

267 

73 

61 

73 

239 

581 

216 

273 
168 

1,755 

1,556 

804 

68 

50 

1,615 



12 



110 



50 
52 
24 

21 
49 
47 
23 

9 
46 

5 
64 
27 
56 
52 

3 
37 
33 

5 
12 

6 
15 
II 

3 

2 
25 

11 
19 
16 

190 
58 
87 



39 

408 

67 

4 

93 

71 

518 
20 
85 



114 


1.132 


8 


59 


22 


567 


20 


144 


187 


950 


3 


51 



587 



302 
79 

163 
19 



41 

420 

400 

56 

372 

44 

438 

461 

172 

377 

427 

625 

297 

116 

463 

83 

22 

277 

97 

233 

257 

57 

49 

70 

200 

459 

192 
254 
149 

1,499 

1.458 

684 

59 

50 

851 



3 
3 
12 

2 



10 
10 

45 



II 
1 
6 



55 
6 
4 

9 

20 

35 

30 

9 

67 

111 

71 

47 

24 

7 

2 

2 

40 

1 

55 

4 

1 

I 



37 
97 



13 
3 



66 

40 

33 

1 



177 



See footnotes at end of table. 



157 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



University/College 



StudenI 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violenl- 
cnme 
total 



Violent Crime 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property' 
crime 
total 



Property Crime 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 

Riverside 

Sacramento 

San Diego 

San Francisco Medical School 

Santa Barbara 

Santa Cruz 

West Valley College 

COLORADO 

Adams Stale College 

Arapahoe Community College 

Auraria Higher Education Center 

Colorado School of Mines 

Colorado State University 

Red Rocks Community College 

University of Colorado: 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs 

Health Sciences 

University of Denver 

University of Northern Colorado 

University of Southern Colorado 

CONNECTICUT 

Central Connecticut State University .. 
Eastern Connecticut State University .. 
Southern Connnecticut State University 
University of Connecticut: 

Avery Point 

Health Center 

Storrs 

Western Connecticut State University . 
Yale University 

DELAWARE 

University of Delaware 

FLORIDA 

Florida Atlantic University 

Florida State University: 

Tallahassee 

Pinellas County Campus 

University of Florida 

University of Central Florida 

University of South Florida: 

Sarasota 

Tampa 

University of West Florida 

GEORGIA 

Agnes Scott College 

Albany State College 

Armstrong State College 

Augusta College 

Cherokee College 

Clayton State College 

Georgia Southern Technical Institute .. 

Georgia Southern University 

Georgia Southwestern College 

Georgia State University 

Kennesaw State College 

Medical College of Georgia 

Mercer University 

Southern Georgia College 



8,708 

4 

17.790 
3,812 
18,385 
10.054 
12,595 



5,235 
7,470 

4 

2,865 

26,828 

6,477 

28,600 
6,646 
1,805 
7,534 

12,413 
4,365 



13,798 

4,475 
13.612 



483 

25,497 

6,245 

10,994 



20,818 



12.767 
28.170 



35,477 
21.541 



7,877 



593 
2.405 
4,170 
5,185 

4 

4,140 

4 

12.249 
2.225 
23.336 
10.018 
2,426 
5.868 
1,107 



20 



10 



389 
297 
804 
740 
833 
409 
126 



95 
54 

377 
34 

702 
9 

977 
22 
300 
205 
344 
75 



907 



333 



12 


774 


10 


269 


22 


1.477 


7 


207 


2 


67 


27 


655 


4 


132 



32 
39 
46 
49 
12 
45 
27 

331 
35 

442 
26 

279 

81 

9 



5 

6 
42 

4 
64 

I 

186 

I 

15 

62 

45 

4 



171 


-) 


126 


18 


121 


10 


•>3 




164 


13 


520 


135 


76 


17 


978 


280 



46 



300 
265 
643 
630 
749 
340 
84 



89 
47 

329 
28 

629 



777 
21 
279 
133 
297 
71 



157 
106 
111 

22 
145 
380 

57 
648 



8.30 



287 



75 


682 


4 


265 


78 


1.335 


29 


175 


7 


57 


48 


562 


13 


116 



28 
24 
35 
43 
12 
22 
11 

309 
21 

415 
20 

261 

67 

7 



45 

21 

97 

33 

7 

3 

3 



6 
10 
2 



1 
6 

5 

2 

50 



46 

17 



64 

3 

3 

45 

3 



See footnotes at end of table 



1S8 



Table 9.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



University/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment 



Violent- 
cnmc 
total 



Violent Cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property' 
cnme 
total 



Property Cnme 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
thef) 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



GEORGIA— Continued 

University of Georgia 

Valdosta State College 

West Georgia College 

ILLINOIS' 

Black Hawk College 

Chicago State University 

College of DuPage 

Eastern Illinois University 

Illinois State University 

Joliet Junior College 

Lake County College 

Motion College 

Northeastern Illinois University . 

Northern Illinois University 

Southern Illinois University; 

Carbondale 

Edwardsville 

Triton College 

University of Illinois: 

Chicago 

Urbana 

Western Illinois University 

William Rainey Harper 

INDIANA 

Ball State University 

Indiana University: 

Bloomington 

Gary 

Indianapolis 

New Albany 

Purdue University 

IOWA* 



KANSAS 

Emporia State University 

Fort Hays State University 

Kansas State University, Manhattan 

Pittsburg Stale University 

University of Kansas: 

Lawrence 

Medical Center 

Wichita State University 

KENTUCKY 

Eastern Kentucky University 

Kentucky State University 

Morehead State University 

Murray State University 

Northern Kentucky University 

University of Kentucky 

University of Louisville 

Western Kentucky University 

LOUISIANA 

Louisiana State University, Baton 

Rouge 

Louisiana Tech. University 

McNeese Slate University 

Northeast Louisiana University — 
Southeastern Louisiana University . 

See footnotes at end of table. 



28. .195 
7.144 
7.068 



5.811 

7.152 

29.185 

11.116 

22.662 

9.645 

4 

4.195 

10.453 
24.509 

24.078 
11.686 
16.759 

24.959 
38.163 
13,747 
16,509 



20.343 

35,451 
5.075 
2.053 
5.642 

37.588 



6,072 

5,500 

21,137 

5,912 

26,434 

2,473 

16.151 



15.290 

2,506 

8,605 

8,079 

11.254 

22.538 

22.979 

15.170 



26.112 
10.004 
7,671 
10,686 
10,262 



27 



16 



15 



870 
204 
191 



43 

113 

164 

235 

700 

53 

86 

41 

193 

664 

749 
255 
186 

1,344 

866 

497 

70 



994 

1,209 

58 

712 

55 

1,240 



156 
84 

504 
97 

767 
282 
221 



303 
4 
220 
79 
124 
973 
453 
270 



826 
233 
120 
223 
114 



14 

25 

122 

3 

1 



29 
123 



114 
13 



31 

134 

14 



73 



76 

23 

197 

30 

123 

13 

25 



783 
159 
151 



40 

106 

150 

209 

563 

50 

84 

40 

158 

524 

629 
234 
175 

1,233 

714 

481 

69 



904 



32 


945 


1 


51 


10 


663 


1 


53 


21 


1,203 



79 
60 

307 
67 

635 
265 
189 



283 
3 
154 
68 
118 
892 
417 
260 



697 
203 
104 

215 
108 



31 
I 

2 



1 
15 



I 

I 

6 

17 

6 
8 
3 

80 

18 

2 

1 



17 

32 
6 

39 
I 

16 



16 
6 
4 



30 

2 



159 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



University/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violent- 
cntne 
total 



Violent Cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property^ 
cnme 
total 



Property Cnme 



Bursary 



Larceny- 
thefl 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



LOUISIANA— Continued 

Southern University, Baton Rouge . . 

MAINE 

University of Maine, Orono 

University of Southern Maine 

MARYLAND 

Bowie State University 

Coppin State University 

Frostburg State University 

Morgan State University 

Saint Mary's College 

Salisbury Stale University 

Towson State University 

University of Baltimore 

University of Maryland: 

Baltimore City 

Baltimore County 

College Park 

Eastern Shore 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Brandeis University 

Framingham State College 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

North Adams State College 

Northeastern University 

Salem State College 

Wentworth Institute of Technology .. 

MICHIGAN 

Central Michigan University 

Delta College 

Eastern Michigan University 

Ferris State University 

Grand Valley State University 

Hope College 

Lansing Community College 

Macomb Community College 

Michigan State University 

Michigan Technological University .. 

Northern Michigan University 

Oakland University 

Saginaw Valley State University 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor . 
Western Michigan University 

MINNESOTA 

University of Minnesota 

MISSISSIPPI 

Mississippi State University 

University of Mississippi 

MISSOURI 

Central Missouri State University ... 

Lincoln University 

University of Missouri: 

Columbia 

St. Louis 



8,941 



13,278 
10,487 



4,188 
2,578 
5,019 
4,693 
1,568 
5,734 
15,035 
5,770 

4,727 
10,146 
34,829 

2,067 



14,506 
27,996 
3,791 
6,678 
9,628 
2,421 
30,510 
9.810 
3,902 



18,286 
11,114 
25,011 
12,037 
11,725 

2,813 
22,343 
31,538 
44,307 

6,497 

8,500 
12,400 

6,179 
36,391 
26,989 



57,168 



14,391 
11,288 



11,429 
3,619 



25,058 
15.393 



23 



22 



10 



365 



396 
115 



81 

59 

80 

279 

76 

223 

485 

150 

640 
306 

1.673 
86 



13 


349 


22 


1,002 


7 


105 


3 


40 


9 


879 


9 


30 


10 


529 


23 


113 


2 


75 



439 
89 
634 
434 
90 
235 
210 
194 

1,848 
184 
180 
144 
112 

2,392 
595 



1,454 



386 
316 



239 
62 



699 
103 



10 



35 
8 
6 
4 
3 
5 

342 
9 
8 
I 
9 

221 
25 



117 



68 
108 



333 



386 
112 



28 


53 


9 


48 




74 


124 


152 


II 


65 


17 


200 


73 


400 




136 


18 


621 


58 


236 


259 


1,355 


9 


77 



425 
88 
578 
418 
84 
230 
207 
176 

1.435 
174 
172 
132 
101 

2,134 
549 



1,327 



314 
206 



43 


194 


8 


54 


113 


579 


4 


95 



29 


300 


20 


146 


816 


40 


10 


90 


5 


■> 


38 
786 




27 


66 


8 


22 




39 


480 


10 


74 


38 


1 


7 


66 


2 



10 



See footnotes ai end of table. 



160 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police. Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



Univcrsily/Coliege 



Studenl 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violent- 
crime 



Violent Cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property' 
cnme 
total 



Properly Cnme 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
then 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



MISSOURI— Continued 

Washington University 

NEBRASKA 



University of Nebraslca, Lincoln 

NEVADA 

University of Nevada: 

Las Vegas 

Reno 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

University of New Hampshire 

NEW JERSEY 

Brookdale Community College 

Burlington County College 

Essex County College 

Glassboro State College 

Kean College 

Middlesex County College 

Monmouth College 

Montclair State College 

New Jersey Institute of Technology .. 
Rutgers University: 

Camden 

Newark 

New Brunswick 

Stockton State College 

Trenton State College 

University of Medicine and Dentistry: 

Camden 

Newark 

Piscataway 

William Paterson College 

NEW MEXICO 

Eastern New Mexico University 

New Mexico State University 

University of New Mexico 

NEW YORK 

Cornell University 

Ithaca College 

State University of New York 

Albany 

Binghamton 

Buffalo 

Maritime College 

Stony Brook 

Upstate Medical Center 

State University of New York 
Agricultural and Technical College; 

Alfred 

Canton 

Cobleskill 

Delhi 

Farmmgdale 

Morrisville 

Stale University of New York College: 

Brockport 

Buffalo 

Cortland 

Environmental Science and Forestry 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1 1.498 



24.453 



17,937 
11.487 



1 3,260 



11,885 
6,710 
6,706 
9,668 

13,303 

11,019 
4,274 

13,067 
7,667 

5,328 
9,336 
33,016 
5,639 
7,403 



10,036 



3,619 
14,812 
23,950 



11,533 
6.432 

1 7,400 
12,202 
27.638 
821 
17.624 



3,700 
2,662 



2,374 
11,102 



9,661 

12.952 

7.238 

1.715 



12 



10 



208 



331 
359 



309 



93 

12 

29 

119 

251 

90 

165 

391 

280 

171 
234 
1.043 
139 
269 

11 

677 
100 
190 



115 
503 

831 



765 
196 

670 
389 
681 
27 
1.049 
329 



171 
144 

84 
114 
140 

95 

198 

501 

178 

19 



74 



103 
130 



54 



114 
6 

163 

72 
137 

11 
307 



168 



734 



202 

224 



250 



89 

12 

23 

93 

168 

82 

144 

304 

237 

143 
206 
946 
130 
226 

4 

577 
78 
180 



85 
447 
755 



648 
190 

503 
317 
517 
16 
713 
325 



114 
142 
51 
82 
86 
78 

155 

396 

168 

18 



33 



10 



26 
5 



6 

5 

38 

8 

2 

48 

34 

18 
8 

55 
1 

11 

2 
81 

2 
2 



2 
17 
31 



4 

27 



29 

2 



4 
13 



161 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



University/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violenl- 
cnme 
total 



Violent Crime 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property^ 
crime 
total 



Property Crime 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 
theft 



NEW YORK— Continued 

Fredonia 

Geneseo 

New Paltz 

Old Westbury 

Oneonta 

Oplomelry 

Oswego 

Plattsburgh 

Potsdam 

Purchase 

Utica-Rome 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Davidson College 

East Carolina University 

Elizabeth City State University 

Fayelteville State University 

North Carolina A & T University ... 
North Carolina Central University ... 
North Carolina School of the Arts . . . 
North Carolina State University, 

Raleigh 

Pembroke State University 

Queens College 

University of North Carolina: 

Asheville 

Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Western Carolina University 

Winston-Salem Slate University 

NORTH DAKOTA 

University of North Dakota 

OHIO 

Baldwin Wallace College 

Bowling Green Stale University 

Cleveland Stale University 

Kent State University 

Lakeland Community College 

Miami University 

Ohio Stale University 

Ohio University 

University of Akron 

University of Cincinnati 

University of Toledo 

Wright State University 

Youngstown State University 

OKLAHOMA 

Cameron University 

Central State University 

Murray State College 

Northeastern Oklahoma State 

University 

Oklahoma State University 

Oklahoma State University. Okmulgee 

Southeastern State University 

Tulsa Junior College 

University of Oklahoma: 

Health Science Center 

Norman 



5,041 
5,599 
8,610 
4,260 
6,317 
286 
8,942 
6,543 
4,830 
4,619 



1,508 

17,564 

1,746 

3.337 

6,595 

5.482 

486 

27.199 
3.133 
1.579 

3,271 

23,878 

14,699 

12,882 

7.567 

6.411 

2.517 



11.659 



4.870 
18.657 
19.214 
24.434 

8.806 
15.835 
54,087 
18,505 
27,818 
31,013 
24,691 
16,393 
15,454 



5.276 


14,232 


1,251 


8,849 


19.827 


2,118 


3,971 


17,955 


2,818 


20,774 



16 



129 
177 
181 

78 
112 

12 
207 
142 
171 
187 



16 



300 



57 
502 
405 
555 
66 
583 

1,950 
302 
592 

1,222 
397 
312 
267 



49 

136 

8 

195 
327 
65 
61 
64 

24 
849 



142 


42 


559 


104 


36 


24 


91 


18 


196 


25 


92 


21 


878 


155 


57 


7 


47 


13 


68 


19 


804 


252 


390 


71 


275 


39 


379 


29 


144 


9 


29 


6 



18 
422 

48 

54 

199 

8 

25 



120 
174 
168 

56 
111 

12 
195 
123 
171 
165 
7 



97 
445 

12 

72 
164 

66 
1 

707 
47 
31 

48 
546 
313 
234 
348 
135 

21 



292 



37 
418 
343 
538 
66 
563 

1,487 
252 
528 

1,017 
378 
281 
245 



43 

113 

3 

136 

254 
52 
55 
62 

22 
722 



15 



3 
10 



16 

3 
3 

1 
6 
6 

2 
2 



2 

5 

50 

5 



2 
41 

2 
10 

6 
11 

6 
14 



25 



See footnotes at end of table. 



162 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges. 1991 — Continued 



Univereily/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violent- 
cnme 
total 



Violent Cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Properly' 
crime 
total 



Property Crime 



Bursary 



Larceny- 
■ theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Cheytiey University 

Clarion University 

Edinboro University 

Elizabcthtown College 

Indiana University 

Kutztown University 

Lehigh University 

Lock Haven University 

Mansfield University 

Millersville University 

Pennsylvania State University: 

Altoona Campus 

Behrend College 

University Park 

Shippensburg University 

Slippery Rock University 

University of Pittsburgh. Bradford . . 
West Chester University 

RHODE ISLAND 

University of Rhode Island 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Clemson University 

Francis Marion College 

Lander College 

Medical University of South Carolina 

Trident Technical College 

University of South Carolina: 

Aiken 

Coastal Carolina 

Columbia 

Spartanburg 

Winlhrop College 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

South Dakota State University 

TENNESSEE 

Austin Peay State University 

East Tennessee State University 

Middle Tennessee Slate University .. 
University of Tennessee: 

Knoxville 

Martin 

Memphis 

TEXAS 

Alamo Community College 

Alvin Community College 

Amanllo College 

Angelo State University 

Austin College 

Baylor University 

College of the Mainland 

Corpus Christi State University 

Eastfield College 

East Texas State University 

Hardin-Simmons University 

Lamar University 

Laredo Junior College 

McLennan Community College 

Midwestern Slate University 

North Harris County College 



1.738 
6.618 
8,131 
1.806 
14,398 
7.742 
6,647 
3,520 
3,182 
7,789 

2.509 
2,987 

38,864 
6,592 
7,825 
1,204 

12,076 



16,047 



15,714 
3,886 
2,309 
1,781 
6,939 

2,966 
4,080 
25,613 
3.501 
5.104 



8,551 



6,347 
11,590 
14.865 

26,055 
5,363 
1,785 



3,787 
5,949 
6,298 
1,230 

12,014 
3.540 
3.801 
9.525 
7.840 
1.930 

11.489 
5,123 
5,614 
5,508 

15,653 



10 



48 
105 
147 

31 
207 
109 
217 

71 

64 
127 

49 

54 
1.009 

74 
142 

21 
195 



306 



493 
58 
39 

737 
23 

15 
53 

728 
30 

100 



185 



119 

204 
269 

807 
128 
221 



488 
26 
67 
76 
55 

246 
62 
19 
85 

169 
42 

226 
90 
II 
87 
48 



29 



25 



9 

117 

2 

I 



10 



42 
105 
141 

29 
186 
106 
193 

71 

59 
124 

46 

45 
908 

71 
141 

21 
161 



268 



434 
45 
30 

687 
21 

15 
44 
560 
28 
96 



134 



101 
193 

224 

753 
110 
194 



415 
26 
61 
65 
48 

192 
60 
17 
84 

143 
32 

194 

74 

9 

68 

41 



13 



12 

2 



51 
3 



1 

3 
13 



2 
22 



63 



See footnotes at end of table 



163 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Universities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



Universily/College 



Student 
enroll- 
ment' 



Violent- 
cnme 
total 



Violent Crime 



Murder 
and non- 
ne&ligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property^ 
crime 
total 



Property Cnme 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



TEXAS — Continued 

Noilh Lake College 

Prairie View A & M University 

Rice University 

Richland College 

Saint Mary's University 

Soutliern Methodist University 

South Plains College 

Southwestern University 

Southwest Texas State University 

Stephen F. .Austin State University 

Sul Ross Slate University 

Tarleton State University 

Texas A .& M University: 

College Station 

Galveston 

Texas Arts & Industries University .. 

Texas Christian University 

Texas College Osteo. Med 

Texas Southern University 

Texas State Technical Institute: 

Amarillo 

Waco 

Texas Tech. University; 

Health Science Center 

Lubbock 

Texas Woman's University 

Trinity University 

Tyler Junior College 

University of Houston: 

Central Campus 

Clearlake 

Downtown Campus 

University of North Texas 

University of Texas: 

Arlington 

Austin 

Dallas 

El Paso 

Galveston 

Health Science Center. San Antonio 

Health Science Center. Tyler 

Houston 

Pan American 

Permian Basin 

San Antonio 

Southwest Medical School 

Tyler 

West Texas State University 

UTAH 

Brigham Young University 

Salt Lake Community College 

Southern Utah State College 

University of Utah 

Utah State University 

Utah Valley Community College 

Weber State University 

VERMONT 

University of Vermont 

VIRGINIA 

Christopher Newport College 

College of William & Mary 

George Mason University 

Hampton University 



6,283 

4,990 

4.266 

12.567 

4.045 

8.798 

5.142 

1.208 

20,940 

12,815 

2.265 

6,250 

41.171 
1.075 
6,014 
6,458 

372 
9,427 

657 
3,803 

889 

25,363 

9,850 

2.536 

7.950 

33,115 
7,562 
7,621 

27.160 

24,782 

49,617 

8.558 

16.524 

4 

2.456 
3.016 



2.041 
15,489 
1,529 
3,725 
6,193 



31,662 
13,344 

4 

24,922 

15,155 

7,879 

1 3,449 



11,076 



4,861 

7,672 

20,308 

5.305 



36 
226 
220 
114 

84 
313 

26 

20 
487 
388 

33 
141 

819 
3 

148 
94 
49 

188 

44 
306 

178 
700 

49 
215 

83 

649 

34 

109 

408 

527 
1.071 

65 
187 
156 

67 

39 
329 
166 
8 
111 
278 

18 
102 



479 
117 

72 
828 
280 
185 

89 



550 



20 

192 
584 

78 



62 
26 

1 
16 
24 

7 

5 

119 

55 

8 
47 

fl5 



127 

15 

52 

9 

26 



34 

157 

172 

104 

47 

270 

19 

14 

355 

326 

25 

94 

682 
3 

III 
67 
43 

133 

37 
218 

177 
567 

30 
153 

71 

571 
33 
94 

336 

479 

983 

64 

162 

143 

63 

37 

310 

122 

8 

107 

272 

18 

83 



464 
106 

56 
780 
266 
181 

84 



538 



20 
172 
511 

44 



2 

7 

22 

9 

21 

19 



1 
13 

7 



22 



2 
16 

1 
6 

1 
6 
4 
10 
3 

52 
1 
3 
4 

22 
42 



19 
6 



7 
3 
2 
12 
4 



Sec footnotes at end of table. 



164 



Table 9. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Llniversities and Colleges, 1991 — Continued 



University/College 



Student 
enroll- 
menl' 



Violent- 
crime 
total 



Violent Crime 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Property' 
cnmc 
total 



Propeny Crime 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
then 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



VIRGINIA— Continued 

Jame:, Madison University 

Longwood College 

Mar>' Washington College 

Norfolk State University 

Northern Virginia Community College 

Old Dominion University 

Radford University 

Thomas Nelson Community College . 

University of Richmond 

University of Virginia : — 

Virginia Commonwealth University .. 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

and State University 

Virginia Stale University 

Virginia Western Community College 

WASHINGTON 

Central Washington University 

Eastern Washington University 

University oi' Washington 

Washington State University 

Western Washington University 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Concord College 

Glenville State College 

Marshall University 

West Liberty State College 

West Virginia State College 

West Virginia Tech 

West Virginia University 

WISCONSIN 

University of Wisconsin: 

Eau Claire 

Green Bay 

La Crosse 

Madison 

Milwaukee 

Oshkosh 

Parkside 

Platleville 

Stout 

Whitewater 

WTOMING 

University of Wyoming 



11,251 

3,329 

3,744 

8,008 

35,194 

16.729 

8,990 

7,740 

4,859 

21.110 

21,764 

25.568 
3,988 
6.975 



7.696 

8.402 

33,854 

18,412 

9,730 



2,651 
2,238 

12.407 
2,386 
4,834 
2,898 

20.854 



10.941 

5.137 

9.118 

43.209 

26.020 

11.740 

5.308 

5.465 

7.629 

10.820 



12,517 



236 
72 
123 
183 
236 
385 
171 
18 
202 
503 
795 

570 
88 
19 



334 
130 
1.054 
517 
249 



25 
12 

144 
27 
45 
12 

503 



146 
61 
116 
1.208 
494 
152 
135 
125 
255 
152 



292 



17 

5 

212 

60 

23 



46 



229 
70 
120 
138 
227 
364 
166 
18 
185 
491 
759 

518 
80 
19 



315 
122 
814 
450 
219 



24 
10 

134 
21 
45 
12 

454 



1 


145 


3 


58 


22 


92 


73 


1 ,093 


25 


466 


4 


147 


1 


134 


2 


123 


8 


247 


18 


132 



274 



'The sludeni enrollment figures provided by the United Slates Department of Education are for 1990. the most recent year available. The enrollment figure mcludes full-time and part-time 
students, See Appendix I for details. 

^Violent crimes are ofTenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crimes are otTenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

'Student enrollment figures were not available 

^Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines Therefore, the figures were excluded from the forcible rape and violent crime total categories. 

*Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation," page for 377 details. 

NOTE: Caution should be exercised in making any inier-campus comparisons or ranking schools, as university/college crime statistics are affected by a variety of factors. These include: 
demographic characteristics of the surrounding community, ratio of male to female students, number of on-campus residents, accessibility of outside visitors, size of enrollment, etc. 



165 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 

[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the shenfTs office, county police department, or state police.] 

• Arson IS shown only if 12 months of arson data were received. Leaders (...) indicate zero data. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Cnme IndexSee footnotes at end of table. 

offenses, including arson. 



County by State 



Crime 
Index 
Iota! 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbei7 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglai7 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



ALABAMA 

Autauga 

Baldwin 

Blount 

Calhoun 

Colbert 

Dale 

Elmore 

Etowah 

Houston 

Jefferson 

Lauderdale 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Russell 

St. Clair 

Shelby 

Tuscaloosa 

Walker 

ARIZONA 

Maricopa 

Pima 

ARKANSAS 

Crawford 

Crittenden 

Faulkner 

Jefferson 

Lonoke 

Miller 

Pulaski 

Saline 

Sebastian 

Washington 

CALIFORNIA 

Alameda 

Alameda Highway Patrol ... 

Alameda State Police 

Bulle 

Butte Highway Patrol 

Butlc State Police 

Contra Costa 

Contra Costa Highway Patrol 
Contra Costa State Police . . 

El Dorado 

El Dorado Highway Patrol . 

Fresno 

Fresno Highway Patrol 

Fresno Stale Police 

Kern 

Kern Highway Patrol 

Kern State Police 

Los .Angeles 

Los Angeles Highway Patrol 

Los Angeles State Police 

Marin 

Marin Highway Patrol 

Merced 

Merced Highway Patrol 

Merced State Police 

Monterey 

Monterey Highway Patrol ... 
Napa 



311 

1.381 

545 

306 

217 

18 

828 

629 

461 

6,951 

411 

368 

1,537 

1,018 

631 

449 

486 

699 

2,054 

411 



5,984 
11,381 



315 
551 
479 
577 
183 
469 
3,114 
1,103 
255 
720 



4.434 

89 

186 

2,991 

256 

35 

5,936 

982 

27 

2,682 

233 

9,206 

143 

68 

16,707 

186 

20 

48,515 

620 

603 

1,930 

163 

1,916 

188 

6 

2,806 

172 

1,201 



313 



326 



640 

462 

7,094 



1,540 
634 



2,078 



11,483 



315 
554 
480 
585 
183 
485 
3,137 
1,104 
256 
726 



4,489 



186 
3,101 



35 
6,027 



27 
2,705 



9,232 



70 
17,370 



20 
49,100 



605 
1,947 



1,922 



6 
!,906 



1,205 



20 



37 



226 

2 



32 



110 



I 

163 



418 

1 



21 



II 
9 
6 

137 
3 



69 
129 



202 



33 



274 



21 

231 



1 
499 



4,527 



35 



33 

156 

37 

23 

16 

1 

66 

52 

36 

896 

20 

73 

102 

119 

79 

76 

46 

14 

312 

5 



233 
376 



11 
102 
30 

32 
2 
31 
540 
44 
27 
32 



245 

1 

27 

365 



3 

477 

15 

2 
253 



1,056 



5 
2,019 



11,847 

235 

47 

208 



250 



109 
390 
267 
143 
99 
8 
392 
226 
122 
1,908 
210 
107, 
454 
334 
247 
155 
202 
310 
647 
188 



1,822 
2,206 



125 
193 
149 
242 
63 
151 
889 
424 
107 
300 



1,109 



53 
1.141 



9 
1,804 



9 
1,135 



3,101 



15 
4,648 



9,921 



84 
483 



859 



55 



149 
155 



892 
339 



145 
718 
207 
127 
87 
7 
327 
303 
260 
3,359 
155 
151 
869 
478 
279 
187 
201 
301 
947 
164 



3.103 
7,740 



144 
190 
261 
257 
49 
228 
1,386 
503 
114 
305 



2,334 

13 

102 

1,409 

56 

19 

3,314 

110 

13 

1,227 

49 

3,515 

24 

38 

8,286 

58 

17 

13,238 

38 

356 

1,172 

41 

737 

9 

5 

1,653 

20 

665 



13 

86 

30 

6 

8 

2 

25 

29 

28 

576 

20 

32 

82 

50 

22 

18 

21 

59 

117 

53 



691 
839 



28 

42 

30 

33 

61 

44 

193 

112 

7 

65 



507 

75 

1 

7 

200 
3 
2 

857 

2 

15 

184 

1,173 

119 

8 

1,055 

128 

1 

8,338 

347 

79 

13 

122 

13 

179 

1 

19 

152 

5 



166 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



Counly by Slate 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 

Napa Highway Patrol 

Orange 

Orange Highway Patrol 

Orange State Police 

Placer 

Placer Highway Pairol 

Riverside 

Riverside Highway Patrol 

Riverside State Police 

Sacramento 

Sacramento Highway Patrol ... 

Sacramento State Police 

San Bernardino 

San Bernardino Highway Patrol 
San Bernardino State Police ... 

San Diego 

San Diego Highway Patrol 

San Diego State Police 

San Joaquin 

San Joaquin Highway Patrol .. 

San Joaquin State Police 

San Mateo 

San Mateo Highway Patrol 

San Mateo State Police 

Santa Barbara 

Santa Barbara Highway Patrol 

Santa Clara 

Santa Clara Highway Patrol ... 

Santa Clara State Police 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Cruz Highway Patrol 

Shasta 

Shasta Highway Patrol 

Shasta State Police 

Solano 

Solano Highway Patrol 

Solano State Police 

Sonoma 

Sonoma Highway Patrol 

Sonoma Stale Police 

Stanislaus 

Stanislaus Highway Patrol 

Stanislaus State Police 

Sutter 

Sutter Highway Patrol 

Tulare 

Tulare Highway Patrol 

Ventura 

Ventura Highway Patrol 

Yolo 

Yolo Highway Patrol 

Yolo Stale Police 

Yuba 

Yuba Highway Patrol 

COLORADO 

Adams 

Arapahoe 

Boulder 

Douglas 

JefTerson 

Larimer 

Pueblo 

Weld 

DELAWARE 

New Castle Police Department 



105 




8,421 


8,542 


106 




32 


32 


3,570 


3,583 


257 




23,013 


23,132 


114 




40 


40 


35,394 


35.491 


7,498 




814 


817 


16,529 


16,649 


115 




103 


103 


26,603 


26,792 


193 




113 


113 


5,770 


5,889 


894 




48 


49 


3,423 


3,432 


16 




17 


17 


4,627 


4,653 


255 




3,378 


3,383 


231 




52 


55 


4,344 


4,369 


364 




2,077 


2,083 


182 




26 


26 


762 


782 


66 




3 


3 


4,512 


4,546 


555 




72 


73 


5,552 


5,741 


472 




5 


5 


1,120 


1,123 


37 




5,370 


5,597 


466 




2,101 


2,136 


65 




620 


628 


49 




17 


17 


2,171 


2,190 


117 





4,063 


4,108 


3,758 


3,786 


1,471 


1,505 


1,191 


1,208 


5,310 


5,398 


1,308 


1,318 


746 


752 


1,238 


1,250 



54 



40 



10 



13 



57 



32 
127 



300 



5 
110 



213 



71 



12 



59 



21 



23 



8,968 



9,032 



172 



165 



597 
61 



31 
541 



322 



1 
1,634 



2,502 
9 

2,760 



24 
528 



4 
973 



2 
170 



60 
1,641 

4 
2 
2,762 
1 
5 
314 



65 



1 

392 
2 

408 
5 
2 

371 
7 

127 

2 

4 

92 



340 



151 



15 

1,009 

4 



147 
949 



280 

2 

109 



20 



384 



178 



241 
97 
69 
48 
78 
14 
43 

103 



526 



2,192 



10 
1,244 



7,352 



6 
9,587 



87 
5,884 



18 
8,166 



17 
2,310 



993 



4 
1,808 



779 



13 
1,141 



756 



346 



2 
1,415 



II 
1,816 



442 
1,672 



677 
223 



2 
681 



1,045 
985 
475 
285 

1,124 
304 
193 
353 



2,175 



24 

4,456 

8 

20 

1,910 

63 

9,361 

8 

26 

20,802 

519 

586 

6,377 

II 

66 

10,415 

63 

80 

2,849 

100 

37 

1,540 



II 

2,297 

73 

2,008 

16 

33 

2,715 

73 

1,123 

30 

12 

280 

9 

I 

2,613 

162 

38 

2,473 

25 

5 

478 



2,589 

57 

869 

28 

266 

9 

10 

1,059 



2,288 
2,495 
817 
812 
3,827 
921 
459 
672 



5,259 



81 

945 

37 

2 

27 

194 

3,069 

97 

6 

257 

6,979 

52 

1.949 

100 

13 

4,023 

129 

9 

49 

794 

1 

745 

16 

I 

16 

180 

59 

210 

3 

12 

284 

15 

150 

1 

6 
57 



4 
393 

7 

24 

443 



409 

199 

35 

2 

40 

5 

4 

117 



367 
136 
69 
37 
217 
62 
34 
72 



654 



167 



Table 10.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by Slate 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


DELAWARE— Continued 

New Casile State Police 


6,640 

2,732 
8,548 

12,380 
4,110 
7,906 
1,174 

37,664 
4.160 

10,897 
3,712 
3,482 

34,822 

30,944 
9.945 

14,203 
2,448 

10,933 
7,783 
8,174 

488 

1,570 

918 

3,203 

92 

1.962 

9,907 

17,370 

1,078 

184 

45,814 

61 

376 

2,106 

559 

1,927 

84 

10,195 

14,035 

696 

196 

25 

467 

1,073 

270 

11,793 

1,679 

1,170 

562 

1.569 


6.657 

2,738 

8,583 

12,416 

4,110 

7,930 

1,181 

37.776 

4.177 

10,967 

3,712 

3,482 

34,845 

31,126 

10,004 

14,294 

2,452 

10,976 

7,806 

8,215 

9,935 
17,431 

46,024 

10,230 
14,134 

11,809 
1,253 

1,587 


5 

4 

4 

17 

5 

12 

6 

36 

1 

9 

5 

2 

17 

18 

13 

7 


48 

33 
45 
98 
34 

148 
15 

219 

42 

75 

26 

3 

240 

164 
64 

132 
23 
36 
51 
78 

3 
13 
4 

5 


307 

14 
140 
550 

40 
193 

37 
1.041 

52 
265 

72 

52 

I.25I 

640 

117 

212 

15 
133 
222 
198 

6 
31 
10 
64 


330 

312 
624 

1,349 
410 
846 
246 

3,212 
603 

1,194 
100 
247 

3,012 

2,418 
615 

1,019 
310 
609 
909 
710 

22 

42 

14 

18 

19 

89 

385 

600 

20 

4 

996 

2 

5 

56 

11 

162 

5 

292 

326 

86 

11 

7 

33 

19 

10 

588 

117 

82 

15 

84 

8 
70 

6 

241 

91 

7 

2 


885 

671 
1,989 
2,495 

920 
2,146 

415 
8,438 
1.725 
3,012 

990 

800 
8.837 
7.624 
2.542 
3.327 

739 
2,742 
2,159 
2,831 

221 

432 

196 

909 

22 

577 

2,123 

3,731 

314 

61 

10,281 

15 

170 

516 

222 

490 

5 

2,366 

3,092 

180 

69 

2 

195 
339 
103 
3,427 
470 
504 
205 

391 

59 

475 

55 

1,305 

660 
86 
94 


4,567 

1,580 

5,243 

6,625 

2,483 

4,079 

384 

20,549 

1,491 

5.635 

2.364 

2.231 

18.425 

17.513 

6.017 

8.771 

1.198 

6,959 

3,954 

3,878 

201 

917 

570 

1,951 

46 

1,110 

5,973 

10,905 

624 

99 

25,679 

42 

178 

1,247 

278 

1,050 

67 

5,968 

9,279 

375 

96 

14 

207 

609 

133 

5,941 

952 

546 

310 

1,028 

195 

884 

45 

3,032 

2,057 

158 

93 


498 

118 
503 

1,246 

218 

482 

71 

4,169 
246 
707 
155 
147 

3,040 

2,567 
577 
735 
163 
446 
477 
471 

34 

132 

123 

255 

5 

161 

1,102 

1.566 

90 

18 

6.206 

2 

8 

220 

44 

212 

2 

1,106 

962 

41 

15 


17 


FLORIDA 

Bay 


6 




35 




36 


Clay 




Collier 


24 




7 




112 




17 




70 












23 




182 


Pasco 


59 




91 




4 




8 
11 
8 

1 
3 
1 
1 


43 




23 




41 


GEORGIA 








Catoosa 




Chatham Police Department 










5 

14 
2 


13 

54 

110 

8 

2 

295 


11 
265 
444 

20 






28 


Cobb Police Department 


61 










Dekalb Police Department 


62 


2,295 


210 








1 

3 
1 


1 
13 


13 

51 

3 

4 

5 

408 

267 

4 

2 

1 

5 

17 

5 

504 

23 

8 

4 

5 

I 

7 

2 

72 

28 

3 














9 










Fulton Police Department 


12 
13 
4 

1 


43 

96 

6 

2 

I 

5 
8 


35 




99 
















1 
1 


21 
80 
19 
1,244 
110 
18 
26 

47 

13 

46 

7 

538 

213 

21 

5 




Paulding 




Peach 






33 
2 

1 
1 


56 
5 
II 

14 


16 


Rockdale 




Walker 

Walton 

IDAHO 

Ada 


83 
18 


ILLINOIS' 




3 


Champaign 


3 


II 






Cook 


3 
3 
1 


18 


Du Page 


30 


Grundy 


7 


Henrv 


4 



See footnote at end of table. 



168 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 
theft 



ILLINOIS'— Continued 

Jersey 

Kane 

Kendall 

Lake 

McHenrv' 

McLean 

Macon 

Monroe 

Rock Island 

St. Clair 

Sangamon 

Tazewell 

Wmnebago 

Woodford 

INDIANA' 

Allen 

Clark 

Elkhart 

Howard 

Marion 

Monroe 

Porter 

St. Joseph 

Tippecanoe 

Vanderburgh 

lOWA^ 



KANSAS 

Butler 

Douglas 

Harvey 

Johnson 

Leavenworth 

Miami 

Sedgwick 

Shawnee 

Wyandotte 

KENTUCKY 

Boone 

Boone Police Department ... 

Boone Slate Police 

Bourbon 

Bourbon State Police 

Boyd 

Boyd Police Department 

Boyd State Police 

Bullitt 

BuUilt State Police 

Campbell Police Department 

Campbell State Police 

Carter 

Carter State Police 

Christian 

Christian Police Department 

Christian Stale Police 

Clark 

Clark State Police 

Daviess 

Daviess State Police , 

Fayette State Police 

Greenup , 

Greenup State Police 

See footnotes ai end of table. 



2,312 


2.314 


354 


356 


2.197 


2,200 


633 


636 


21.028 


21.110 


118 


118 


1.096 


1.106 


2.381 


2,385 


1,030 


1,035 


713 


713 



526 

272 

53 

408 

304 

266 

2.231 

1.216 

101 



245 

935 

24 

84 

98 

150 

4 

230 

364 

180 

341 

8 

15 

180 

453 

74 

32 

236 

49 

359 

204 

7 

144 

HI 



2.263 



246 

939 

24 

85 

98 

150 

4 

241 

364 

190 

343 

8 

15 

188 

454 

74 

32 

236 

49 

359 

205 

7 

144 

114 



13 

2 

21 

4 

146 



357 



6 

31 

13 

146 

25 

24 

10 

6 

6 

60 

103 

6 

115 

5 



23 



357 
98 

377 



107 
20 

150 
40 



37 
32 

6 
56 
46 
13 
185 
64 

9 



104 


169 




383 


416 


64 


235 


371 


18 


898 


1.779 


291 


410 


990 


85 


241 


368 


22 


115 


345 


9 


90 


91 


11 


70 


162 


15 


371 


725 


137 


488 


531 


75 


142 


168 


23 


750 


1.268 


138 


35 


106 


9 



736 

84 

595 

130 

4.601 

58 

154 

586 



39 
235 
II 
39 
38 
55 



83 

143 

24 

96 



2 
75 
171 
10 
5 
80 
14 
89 
69 



1.325 
246 

1.140 

367 

13.783 

56 

726 

1.625 
589 
551 



231 


226 


83 


144 


24 


12 


135 


182 


122 


114 


102 


135 


629 


1.241 


407 


693 


36 


53 



140 

562 

8 

36 

23 

62 

2 

120 

190 

42 

166 

4 

12 

64 

163 

32 

9 

139 

18 

214 

90 

4 

41 

26 



192 
21 
69 
32 
1.750 
4 
89 

109 
47 
32 



21 
10 

4 
20 
14 

8 

120 

36 

3 



169 



Table 10. — Number of OfTenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



KENTUCKY— Continued 

Henderson 

Henderson State Police 

JefTerson Police Department 

JefTerson State Police 

Jessamine 

Jessamine State Police 

Kenton Police Department 

Kenton Stale Police 

Oldham 

Oldham Police Department 

Oldham Stale Police 

Woodford 

Woodford Police Department 

Woodford Stale Police 

LOUISIANA 

Ascension 

Bossier 

Caddo 

Easi Baton Rouge 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

LaFourche 

Li\ ingston 

Ouachita 

St. Charles 

St. John the Baptist 

St. Martin 

St. Tammany 

Terrebonne 

West Baton Rouge 

MAINE 

Androscoggin 

Androscoggin State Police 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Stale Police 

MARYL.\ND 

.Allegany 

.Allegany County Investigator 

Allegany Slate Police 

Anne Arundel 

Anne .Arundel Police Department 

.Anne Arundel Slate Police 

Baltimore Police Department 

Baltimore State Police 

Calvert 

Calvert Slate Police 

Carroll 

Carroll State Police 

Cecil 

Cecil Slate Police 

Charles 

Charles Stale Police 

Frederick 

Frederick Slate Police 

Harford 

Harford Slate Police 

Howard 

Howard State Police 

Montgomery Police Department . . 

Montgomery Stale Police 

Prince Georges 

Prince Georges Police Department 
Prince Georges State Police 



306 

143 

11,406 

12 
283 

71 
379 

17 

37 
417 
115 

29 

217 

6 



1,300 

898 

1,819 

9,055 

31,880 

1,979 

867 

897 

2,127 

2,601 

1,621 

532 

3,969 

2,222 

599 



285 

70 

692 

113 



123 

2 

613 

8 

17,728 

1,297 

45,582 

123 

738 

516 

24 

1,890 

652 

1,378 

4,620 

510 

796 

1,401 

3,518 

1.004 

8,902 

155 

33,769 

24 

2 

45,568 

226 



308 

148 

11,475 

12 
285 

77 
393 

18 

37 
421 
115 

29 

222 

6 



1,302 

903 

1,819 

9,083 

32,029 

1,993 

873 

899 

2,129 

2,608 

533 
3,998 
2,242 

601 



289 

70 

692 

113 



123 

2 

619 

8 

17,888 

1,297 

46,021 

123 

738 

531 

24 

1,908 

652 

1,415 

4,620 

547 

797 

1,439 

3,518 

1,058 

8,902 

236 

34.202 

24 

2 

45,818 

226 



22 



13 
12 
21 
34 
200 
31 

4 

3 

13 
14 
II 

6 
51 
25 

4 



10 



96 
5 

271 
2 
8 

2 



18 
3 
3 

17 
I 

4 
6 

31 
9 

40 

4 

210 



I 
296 



9 

7 

10 

173 

1,259 

36 

14 

2 
27 
74 
52 

6 
48 
41 

5 



473 

9 

2.139 

5 

11 

3 



20 

5 

14 

114 

15 

3 

20 

49 

22 

147 

4 

979 

3 



15 

53 

353 

1 

8 

7 

56 
1 
7 

29 
6 



122 

64 

101 

509 

1,729 

191 

79 

165 

133 

714 

92 

49 

227 

316 

17 



140 
I 



453 
I 



3,796 

2 



101 

7 

802 

46 

5,183 

24 

51 

67 

1 

29 

102 

184 

518 

47 

67 

215 

208 

105 

382 

35 

1,234 

5 

2 

3,313 

47 



89 

31 

2,138 

I 

88 

32 

122 

3 

7 

135 

31 

11 

77 

1 



369 
247 
650 
2,019 
6,191 
565 
223 
513 
975 
522 
390 
159 
1,163 
701 
145 



131 
29 

243 
41 



39 
157 



3,630 

76 

8,150 

10 

209 

136 

4 

466 

222 

380 

774 

66 

166 

280 

948 

214 

1,659 

6 

5,105 



189 

44 

7,585 

5 

162 

20 

174 

8 

23 

232 

62 

18 

98 

1 



729 
520 
921 

5,781 
18,892 

1,068 
485 
1S8 
877 

1,168 
919 
296 

2,252 

1,075 
394 



140 

34 

383 

54 



80 

2 

313 

I 

10,955 

940 

23,962 

/' 

;417 

261 

19 

1,229 

284 

686 

2,805 

302 

511 

821 

2,073 

551 

5,575 

92 

22,932 

10 



II 

8 
929 

5 
22 

4 
20 

4 



17 
5 



53 

45 

113 

532 

3,561 

81 

57 

20 

95 

107 

145 

12 

223 

64 

34 



II 
3 

32 
8 



27 



1.762 
220 

5,852 
21 
42 
24 



124 

36 

110 

387 

78 

44 

59 

209 

102 

1,091 

14 

3,287 

6 



8,230 

2 



20,868 
122 



8,768 
51 



170 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Cnme 
Indsx 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robber> 


Aggra- 
vated 

assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


MARYLAND— Continued 


337 
573 
896 
546 

136 
229 
22 
4g 
42 
28 
84 
95 
125 
9 

690 
9S6 

1,145 
983 

578 

309 

466 

45 

2,872 

228 
1.637 

294 
1.106 

483 

2.516 

45 

4,107 

786 
1,009 

280 
2,632 

465 
1.021 
1.012 

841 

21 

4.250 

874 
1,414 

421 
7.834 

485 
2.566 

309 
1.496 

639 
2.413 

447 
3.109 
1,318 

742 

135 

466 

315 

241 

1,108 


337 
587 
896 
581 

136 
229 
22 
48 
42 
28 
84 
95 
125 
9 

691 

990 
1.153 
1.006 

585 

315 

467 

45 

2.881 

231 
1.650 

296 
1.129 

488 

2.528 

52 

4.117 

794 
1,015 

288 
2.637 

470 
1.0.30 
1.024 

847 

4.273 

888 
1.416 

423 
7.903 

495 
2.573 

311 
1.496 

641 
2.447 

466 
3.143 
1,333 

747 

150 

470 
318 

242 
1,112 




4 
5 

16 
4 


2 
1 

8 
9 

I 

3 


39 

83 
33 
42 

8 

44 

1 

9 

6 

II 

21 

24 

5 

2 

20 
50 

102 
85 
40 
23 
16 
4 

152 
9 

126 
11 
72 

102 

52 

2 

180 
18 
38 
18 

102 
15 
35 
77 
85 
3 

301 
55 
28 
16 

365 

50 

37 

8 

151 
50 

144 
26 

339 
88 
16 
32 

19 

14 

8 

39 


90 

155 
210 
135 

58 


194 
292 
591 
315 

63 
21 


8 
36 

38 
40 

6 
161 
21 
10 
4 
16 
56 
50 
30 

32 

55 

64 

49 

21 

12 

22 

1 

145 

4 

94 

37 
22 

122 
1 

192 
29 
43 
25 

220 
44 
55 
57 
20 

237 
59 
70 
19 

487 

32 

73 

8 

135 
26 

144 
17 

239 
78 

171 
20 

49 
18 

17 
104 




Queen Anne's State Police 


' 


14 


Washinelon State Police 


1 


35 


MASSACHUSETTS 


























1 




13 
14 

1 


15 

17 




















Nnrfnllc Slate Police 








7 

19 
90 

2 

490 
665 
622 
560 
291 
139 
288 
21 

2,043 
166 
935 
222 
682 
220 

1.822 
28 

2.756 
545 
643 
115 

1,785 
286 
657 
585 
527 
6 

2.817 
573 
976 
282 

5,521 
205 

1,848 
191 
906 
392 

1,531 
227 

1.604 

879 

540 

46 

210 

177 
154 
746 










1 


1 
3 

133 
186 
320 
237 
202 

94 
121 

17 
467 

27 
431 

17 
268 
106 
475 

10 
893 
170 
275 

71 
488 

96 
240 
251 
179 
5 
783 
155 
301 

85 

1,328 

179 

523 

93 
265 
135 
518 
163 
776 
192 
7 

21 

183 
99 
56 

209 
















1 

11 

23 
25 
36 
21 
37 
17 

2 
32 
21 
43 
31 
38 
27 
23 

3 
48 
20 

7 
47 
22 
20 
28 
34 
29 

7 
66 
24 
32 
19 
80 
13 
69 

7 
22 
17 
61 
12 
73 
57 

3 
11 

■> 
6 
2 
8 






MICHIGAN 

Bav 




4 
6 
12 
14 


1 


Bav State Police 


1 


4 




8 


Berrien State Police 


2 
2 
1 
1 


23 




7 




6 


Clinton 












33 

22 
36 

15 

6 
6 


9 


Fainn ^ilalp Pnlifp 




3 




1 


13 


Ingham State Police 

Jackson 

Jackson Slate Police 


2 


2 


23 

5 

12 


Kalamazoo State Police 




7 


Kent 


2 


10 


Kent State Police 


8 




1 


6 




8 






5 






5 






9 


Livingston State Police 


2 
1 


12 


Midland 


6 








Monroe 


5 

1 


41 

7 
7 


23 


Monroe State Police 


14 




2 






2 


Oakland 


2 

1 
5 


51 

6 
11 

2 
17 
16 
15 

2 

75 
22 

4 

5 

3 

2 
1 


69 


Oakland Slate Police 


9 


Ottawa 


7 


Ottawa State Police 


2 










3 


2 


Si Clair 


34 


St. Clair Slate Police 




19 




3 

2 


34 


Washtenaw' State Police 


15 




5 




15 


MINNESOTA 




4 




1 

2 

1 


3 


Carver 


1 


Chisago 


4 



171 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


M I N NESOT A— Continued 

Clay 


190 

251 
547 
128 
840 
402 
530 
87! 
750 

2.494 
699 
610 

211 

464 

395 

218 

1,461 

1.412 

927 

598 

114 

442 

185 

2,098 

15,889 

472 
200 

78 

1 

1,732 

13 

592 

46 

878 

8 

130 

3 

1,945 

1,319 

326 

967 

61 

484 

1,089 

395 

69 

18 

37 

288 

445 

139 


190 

254 
553 
128 
856 
403 
534 
871 
763 

2,515 
701 
618 

212 

470 

400 

218 

1,461 

1,414 

935 

599 

114 

442 

189 

2,114 

16,002 

475 
201 

78 

1,738 

13 

601 

46 

884 

8 

131 

3 

1,945 

1,327 

328 

979 

61 

486 

1,117 

400 

75 

18 

37 

298 

446 

140 








10 
39 
16 


56 

39 
190 

19 
413 

93 
158 
199 
232 

1,217 
398 
236 

54 
320 
202 

77 
526 
439 
301 
228 

60 
125 

64 

418 

3,197 

56 
42 

19 


105 
143 
291 
96 
311 
247 
309 
574 
443 

711 
241 
282 

93 

30 
178 

77 
634 
825 
487 
305 

43 
223 

94 
1,336 
9,689 

357 
137 

57 

1 

1,330 

9 

433 

24 

570 

7 

92 


19 
28 
49 
13 
71 
49 
48 
70 
54 

239 
40 
28 

15 

10 

9 

9 

100 

63 

54 

54 

8 

30 

14 

125 

1,402 

45 
13 








1 

1 


1 


3 


Olmsted 




6 












1 


11 

1 
2 

13 


2 
1 


31 
11 
13 
11 
16 

126 

8 
34 

42 

95 

2 

51 
178 
63 
60 


16 


Scott 


1 






4 




1 


3 
5 

57 
6 
12 

2 

2 

8 

12 

11 

5 




Washington 

MISSISSIPPI 

Harrison 

Hinds 


13 


2 

5 
2 


142 

1 
16 

5 
9 
4 
2 

14 
9 

13 
6 
2 
7 
2 

19 
100 

1 


21 

2 


Madison 


8 


MISSOURI 


1 






6 






5 


Clav 






Franklin 


1 
1 
1 

1 




Greene 

Jackson 

Lafayette 


2 
8 
1 


3 

2 

14 
287 


54 

9 

182 

1,203 

13 

5 

1 




Ray 




4 


4 
11 


16 




113 


MONTANA 


3 




3 


1 


NEBRASKA 




1 














Douglas 


1 


9 

1 


9 


30 
1 

4 
17 
29 


289 

1 
130 

-) 

215 


64 

1 
23 

1 
55 

5 
1 

167 

41 

59 

83 

3 

34 

83 

65 

5 

1 

1 

31 

61 

20 


6 


Douglas State Patrol 






2 
6 


9 






2 
3 








6 














3 


30 

1 

553 

141 

34 

268 

8 

163 

349 

37 

6 

5 

4 

85 

36 

4 


1 






1 

17 

7 






NEVADA 

Washoe 


8 

1 


26 

28 
2 

14 

6 

5 

21 

78 

10 

1 

5 

3 

6 

7 


202 

41 
18 
86 

9 

44 

108 

34 

15 

4 

6 
10 

5 
26 


972 

1,060 
213 
499 

34 
235 
518 
153 

32 
7 

21 
157 
337 

82 




NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic State Police 


8 


Bergen State Police 


2 


Burlington State Police 


1 


16 

3 

8 

26 


12 






Cape May State Police 




1 




2 
2 

1 


28 


Essex County Police 


5 




6 








Hudson State Police 








Hunterdon State Police ... 


1 


1 


10 




1 


Middlesex State Police 






1 



172 



Table 10.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



NEW JERSEY— Continued 

Monmouth State Police 

Morns State Police 

Ocean State Police 

Passaic Stale Police 

Salem State Police 

Somerset State Police 

Sussex State Police 

Union State Police 

Warren State Police 

NEW MEXICO 

Dona Ana 

NEW YORK 

Mbany 

\lbany State Police 

Broome 

Broome State Police 

Chemung 

rhemung State Police 

Erie 

Erie State Police 

Greene 

Greene State Police 

Herkimer 

Herkimer Slate Police 

Livingston 

Livmgston State Police 

Madison 

Madison State Police 

Monroe 

Monroe State Police 

Nassau 

Nassau State Police 

Niagara , 

Niagara State Police , 

Oneida , 

Oneida State Police , 

Onondaga 

Onondaga Stale Police , 

Ontario , 

Ontario State Police 

Orange 

Orange State Police 

Orleans 

Orleans Stale Police 

Oswego 

Oswego State Police 

Putnam 

Putnam Slate Police 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer Slate Police 

Saratoga 

Saratoga State Police 

Schenectady .• 

Schenectady State Police 

Tioga 

Tioga State Police 

Warren 

Warren State Police 

Washington 

Washington State Police 

Wayne 

Wayne State Police 

Westchester 

Westchester State Police 



335 

66 
152 

15 
489 

19 
612 

41 
319 



2.116 



344 
69 
153 

15 

506 

19 

627 

44 

325 



2,123 



138 


139 


728 


729 


1.135 


1,139 


819 


825 


758 


758 


261 


266 


2,230 




977 


984 


39 


39 


891 


899 


2 


2 


537 


543 


692 


697 


155 


156 


106 




584 


591 


5,899 


5.924 


1,197 


1.197 


32,649 


32,960 


45 




2,154 


2,154 


567 


572 


793 




1,480 


1,489 


3,834 


3,857 


1,389 


1,395 


1,201 




522 


523 


11 


11 


1,291 


1,313 


340 




103 


108 


929 


972 


653 


655 


514 


518 


267 


269 


356 


371 


720 


721 


1,396 




931 


932 


5 


5 


71 


72 


356 




211 


213 


1,346 




310 


312 


403 




287 


290 


925 


934 


871 


881 


643 




707 


722 



35 



2 

52 

3 

1,181 



152 



18 
29 

44 
24 
30 
37 

256 

55 

5 

151 

32 
49 
7 
5 
38 
60 
13 

994 
20 

129 
18 
21 
48 

103 
21 
25 



34 
14 
25 
21 
16 
12 
32 
34 
85 
33 
1 

4 
68 
14 
12 
3 
42 
46 
11 
31 
94 
125 



178 
3 

178 

1 

95 



1,004 



42 
103 
290 
257 
162 

63 

370 

204 

8 

325 



230 
131 

29 

30 
173 
849 

69 
5,609 
1 
464 
108 
223 
418 
703 
201 
362 

97 



335 

92 

45 

271 

202 

116 

53 

99 

191 

338 

199 



23 

108 

71 

258 

65 

93 

90 

259 

216 

19 

182 



199 
35 
91 
II 

221 
7 

341 
18 

144 



66 

554 
750 
506 
547 
148 

1,476 

660 

25 

373 

I 

255 

491 

110 

68 

356 

4,566 

1,072 

17,562 

19 

1,385 
404 
517 
979 

2,777 

1,107 

773 

402 

7 

732 

192 

31 

562 

406 

332 

168 

218 

475 

924 

659 

2 

44 

165 

117 

1,036 
236 
249 
142 
607 
566 
428 
322 



149 



11 

28 
36 
15 
10 

7 

106 

52 

1 
36 



10 

12 

5 

2 

12 

354 

37 

7.191 

1 

122 

26 

16 

23 

170 

49 

32 

11 



173 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by Stale 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Alamance 

Alexander 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Catawba 

Cumberland 

Davidson 

Davie 

Durham 

Forsythe 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Guilford 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

New Hanover 

Onslow 

Orange 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Stokes 

Union 

Wake 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Burleigh 

Grand Forks 

OHIO 

Auglaize 

Clark 

Clermont 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Geauga 

Greene 

Hamilton 

Lake 

Licking 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Montgomery 

Pickaway 

Richland 

Stark 

Trumbull 

Union 

Washington 

Wood 

OKLAHOMA 

Canadian 

Cleveland 

Comanche 

Creek 

Garfield 

Logan 

McClain 

Oklahoma 

Osage 

Pottawatomie 

Rogers 

Sequoyah 

Tulsa 



1. 100 

548 
2,644 
1,186 
1,110 
1,793 
12,358 
2,296 

457 
1,177 
4,049 

740 
2,782 
3,621 
1,337 
4,606 
2,693 
3,278 
1,362 
1,963 
2,029 

740 
1,846 
3,723 



131 
208 



416 

2,702 

1,257 

624 

5,145 

430 

420 

274 

9,082 

794 

1,202 

1,474 

1,784 

2,939 

627 

1,645 

2,926 

287 

444 

813 

498 



226 
327 
305 
763 
94 
439 
235 
352 
337 
661 
363 
331 
2,331 



1,112 

548 
2,682 
1,201 
1,115 
1,811 
12,436 
2,315 

457 
1,187 
4,128 

740 
2,843 
3,661 
1,364 
4,642 
2,699 
3.298 
1.364 
1,963 
2,046 

740 
1,847 
3,806 



131 



416 

2,736 

1,278 

625 

5.179 

436 

420 

278 

9,154 

801 

1,223 

1,490 

1,799 

3,003 

630 

1,645 

2,945 

292 

445 

826 

498 



228 
334 
308 
813 

446 

237 
354 
338 
663 
364 
341 
!,349 



16 

4 

16 

18 

4 

4 

101 

9 

1 

5 

15 

2 

19 

18 

12 

28 

22 

21 

8 

I 

9 

5 

5 

17 



9 

298 
26 

1 
15 
52 

2 
34 
44 
21 
82 
32 
46 
21 
II 
22 

1 
18 
47 



34 

12 

1 

206 



6 

1 
188 

4 

10 

52 

38 

157 

2 
16 



35 



90 

20 

109 

48 

13 

337 

509 

100 

14 

78 

592 

19 

144 

273 

79 

356 

166 

57 

28 

101 

100 

47 

98 

181 



19 

107 

28 

9 

100 
71 
II 
37 

150 
II 
63 

241 
42 

126 
59 
81 
52 
7 
42 

101 
22 



9 
27 
30 
34 

3 
44 
29 
17 
25 
68 
26 
14 
353 



378 
234 

1,030 
499 
456 
513 

3,993 

1,066 
185 
341 

1,539 
384 

1,142 

1,168 
498 

1,550 
765 

1,105 
544 
891 
858 
283 
677 

1,612 



169 

573 
383 
135 

1,175 
127 
83 
85 

1,295 
177 
324 
589 
304 
903 
223 
462 
944 
109 
116 
250 
114 



552 

261 

1,256 

534 

573 

825 

6,528 

957 

222 

655 

1,632 

295 

1,283 

1,951 

626 

2,430 

1,573 

1,900 

696 

882 

912 

358 

970 

1.576 



83 
128 



201 

1,761 

749 

414 

3,149 

212 

275 

143 

7,035 

544 

720 

499 

1,247 

1,206 

303 

987 

1,517 

108 

250 

419 

332 



88 


117 


178 


96 


109 


138 


360 


285 


47 


41 


210 


158 


108 


73 


141 


152 


141 


129 


310 


221 


164 


127 


157 


130 


612 


1,083 



42 

23 

210 

75 

50 

97 

908 

134 

34 

81 

216 

34 

154 

159 

99 

153 

134 

144 

63 

74 

123 

44 

74 

283 



14 

166 

27 

51 

425 

17 

38 

5 

364 

52 

85 

69 

133 

491 

28 

99 

312 

56 

33 

34 

17 



6 
14 
23 
70 

3 
20 
14 
30 
32 
55 
36 
20 
212 





174 



Table 10.— Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by Stale 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negtigent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robber\' 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglar* 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



OKLAHOMA— Continued 

Wagoner 

OREGON 

Clackamas 

Clackamas Slate Police 

Jackson 

Jackson State Police 

Lane 

Lane State Police 

Marion 

Marion State Police 

Multnomah 

Multnomah State Police 

Polk 

Polk State Police 

Washmgton 

Washmgton State Police 

Yamhill 

Yamhill Stale Police 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allegheny State Police 

Beaver State Police 

Berks State Police 

Blair State Police 

Bucks State Police 

Cambria Stale Police 

Carbon State Police 

Centre State Police 

Chester Detective 

Chester State Police 

Columbia State Police 

Cumberland State Police 

Dauphin State Police 

Delaware State Police 

Erie State Police 

Fayette State Police 

Lackawanna Stale Police 

Lancaster State Police 

Lebanon State Police 

Lehigh Stale Police 

Luzerne Slate Police 

Lycoming State Police 

Mercer State Police 

Monroe Slate Police 

Montgomery Slate Police 

Northampton State Police 

Perry State Police 

Somerset State Police 

Washington 

Washington Stale Police 

Westmoreland Detective 

Westmoreland State Police 

York State Police 

RHODE ISLAND 

Kent State Police 

Providence State Police 

Washington Slate Police 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Aiken 

Anderson 

Berkeley 

Charleston 



500 



8,078 

112 
1.552 

210 
1,552 

439 
3,271 

266 
3,184 

116 

465 

6 

4,486 

29 

753 
16 



552 

220 

855 

410 

506 

301 

410 

851 

16 

1,740 

236 

675 

956 

1,197 

1,454 

2,055 

224 

1,.I06 

388 

1,005 

1,039 

1,129 

456 

1,578 

679 

375 

581 

666 

9 

789 

43 

2,978 

796 



61 
175 
369 



3,817 
4,628 
4,082 
8.111 



500 



8,089 

133 
1,560 

238 
1,555 

471 
3,289 

302 
3,217 

118 

467 

7 

4,507 

45 

766 
18 



560 

221 

869 

430 

518 

310 

412 

872 

16 

1,782 

237 

708 

984 

1,207 

1,472 

2,254 

260 

1,125 

394 

1,023 

1,118 

1.143 

465 

1,604 

689 

378 

598 

691 

9 

812 

43 

3,081 

830 



61 
176 
374 



124 
5 

10 
15 
21 
10 
32 
15 
26 



118 



87 



113 

16 

186 

19 

68 

56 

302 

56 

272 

5 

22 

1 

29 

8 

27 

2 



80 
31 

143 
8 
43 
16 
19 
38 
6 

121 

1 

42 

167 
34 
60 

313 
19 
40 
10 
40 
84 
21 
16 
87 
63 
21 
14 
24 
8 
36 



63 

71 

50 

185 



108 

43 



554 
500 
326 
965 



208 



1,870 

21 

392 

25 

453 

125 

789 

36 

854 

4 

159 

3 

1,296 

1 

208 

2 



138 
72 
324 
140 
117 
132 
217 
318 
I 
638 
96 
214 
201 
187 
398 
696 
89 
386 
121 
246 
304 
374 
175 
643 
198 
113 
278 
318 



322 

1 

947 

303 



1,117 
1,345 
1,204 
2,124 



249 



5,069 

50 

868 

128 

895 

177 

1,866 

130 

1,582 

90 

229 

2 

2,706 

II 

424 

6 



185 
80 
293 
207 
275 
119 
143 
430 
4 
767 
115 
355 
498 
703 
833 
663 
71 
578 
215 
607 
543 
626 
215 
689 
368 
193 
258 
239 
I 
302 
41 
1,278 
375 



21 
83 

232 



1,727 
2,354 
2,181 
4,165 



30 



775 
20 
83 
18 
97 
65 

217 
26 

393 

8 

44 



327 

7 

59 

5 



95 

29 

73 

44 

50 

24 

22 

40 

I 

154 

21 

54 

60 

249 

116 

303 

36 

78 

38 

91 

85 

80 

43 

132 

38 

38 

17 

72 



107 



547 
59 



2 
26 
19 



290 
323 
266 
591 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


SOUTH CAROLINA— Continued 


2,384 
3,780 

11,524 
6,372 
1,197 
9,444 

10,226 
3,448 

367 
679 

675 
492 

1,714 
359 

6,066 
838 
636 
473 

2,009 
935 
169 
834 

937 

8,487 

846 

1,742 

374 

2,071 

966 

807 

145 

702 

919 

1,835 

1,007 

2.688 

3,000 

1,329 

1,040 

638 

645 

400 

41,759 

619 

729 

5,063 

588 

1,000 

1,069 

919 

796 

887 

955 

6,019 

293 

977 

1,255 

236 

278 

213 


687 
504 

359 

6,168 

843 

479 

936 
172 

847 

978 

8,635 

871 

1.746 

375 

2,085 

968 

810 

145 

754 

925 

1,845 

1,007 

2,707 

3,051 

1 ,349 

1.056 

641 

645 

407 

42,331 

619 

741 

5.073 

593 

1,001 

1.090 

920 

798 

893 

957 

6,134 

295 

981 

1,256 

238 

285 

218 


5 

7 

22 

2 

4 
19 
17 

6 


33 
77 

121 
67 
18 

184 
96 
31 

7 
36 

1 
1 

14 
5 

31 
8 
4 
8 

20 

20 
1 
3 

29 

46 

13 

26 

1 

5 

7 

3 

3 


25 

70 
304 
139 

11 
567 
168 

45 

3 
I 

7 
3 
15 


275 

359 

1,416 

558 

110 

1,257 

1,437 

420 

10 
35 

10 

7 

149 


538 
1,176 
3,092 
1,547 

363 
2.326 
2,216 
1,181 

136 
134 

293 
186 
586 
128 
2,258 
237 
190 
172 
665 
281 
36 
319 

290 

2.639 

296 

562 

157 

1,322 

353 

306 

74 

189 

367 

441 

384 

784 

1,190 

548 

423 

186 

263 

122 

11,292 

234 

301 

3,022 

198 

424 

403 

466 

247 

345 

294 

1,927 

96 

357 

617 

61 

76 

88 


1,372 
1,843 
5,913 
3,631 
637 
3,944 
5,774 
1,581 

201 
436 

311 
262 
834 
203 
3,052 
451 
314 
243 
979 
507 
86 
432 

464 

4,167 

399 

822 

179 

507 

425 

425 

49 

288 

431 

1,238 

425 

1,356 

1,373 

530 

528 

324 

351 

224 

16,064 

277 

304 

1,377 

288 

430 

492 

311 

422 

412 

543 

3,043 

127 

486 

546 

119 

149 

85 


136 

248 
656 
428 
54 
1,147 
518 
184 

10 

37 

50 
32 

114 
23 

453 
54 
32 
19 

154 

43 

3 

54 

50 

913 

53 

164 

20 

55 

50 

43 

9 

35 

59 

91 

28 

208 

257 

98 

46 

32 

21 

9 

9,945 

28 

31 

284 
50 
85 
80 
41 
16 
53 
61 

517 
19 
75 
28 
18 
15 
21 




Florence 

Greenville 












Richland 

Spartanburg 

York 




SOUTH DAKOTA 










TENNESSEE 


3 

1 
2 


12 




12 












9 

1 
■) 

3 

2 
2 

1 
1 

4 
14 


70 
15 
6 

1 
20 
5 
1 
6 

7 
95 
18 
26 

1 
26 

3 

1 


193 
72 
88 
27 

169 
77 
41 
19 

93 

613 

67 

137 

16 

142 

127 

27 

10 

163 

53 

23 

157 

267 

117 

95 

27 

73 

7 

39 

2,182 

65 

73 

270 

29 

53 

71 

67 

99 

54 

39 

418 

46 

36 

30 

32 

31 

18 


102 




5 








6 








1 




3 




13 


TEXAS 


41 


Bexar 


148 




25 




5 


4 




I 




14 
1 
2 


14 


Collin 


2 


Comal 


3 






Dallas 


2 
1 
1 

6 

10 

7 

6 


25 

2 

22 

3 

38 

38 

36 

11 

4 

2 

1 

1,833 


52 




6 
19 
4 

25 
18 
16 

5 
15 


6 


Ector 


10 


Ellis 




El Paso 


19 


Fort Bend 


51 




20 


Grayson 


16 




4 

I 


3 






Hardin 


5 
341 
14 
13 
25 
16 

2 

7 
27 

2 
10 
12 
45 


7 




102 
1 

3 
17 
1 
3 
6 
4 
2 
3 
I 
12 
1 
1 
2 

3 
2 


572 






Hays 


4 

68 

6 

3 
10 

3 

8 
10 

5 
57 

4 
16 

5 

2 

2 


12 


Hidalgo 


10 




5 




1 




21 


Liberty 


1 


Lubbock 


2 




6 




T 




115 


Nueces 


2 




6 

27 
1 
3 

1 


4 


Parker 

Potter 

Randall 

Rockwall 


2 
7 
5 



176 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by Slate 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


TEXAS— Continued 

San Patricio 


584 

2,296 

2,088 

200 

415 

4,952 

632 

200 

287 

212 

2,130 

246 

16,616 
418 
763 

1,909 

12 

648 

10 

419 

13 

906 

24 

103 

11 

9,200 

54 

372 

18 

28,625 

38 

176 

4 

512 

25 

143 

13 

120 

2 

1,344 

53 

10,714 

32 

1,136 

3 

1,816 

22 

342 

25 

906 

45 

152 

11 

638 

3 

8,821 

33 

2,179 

25 

279 

6 

1,724 

39 


586 

2,341 

2,117 

201 

416 

4,967 

634 

201 

287 

242 

2.148 

246 

16.704 

445 

764 

1,910 

12 

653 

10 

421 

13 

914 

25 

103 

II 

9,285 

54 

374 

18 

28,852 

38 

176 

4 

515 

25 

143 

13 

120 

2 

1,347 

54 

10,805 

32 

1,138 

3 

1,820 

22 

342 

25 

912 

45 

152 

11 

643 

3 

8,936 

33 

2,190 

25 

279 

6 

1,748 

39 








63 

148 

197 

12 

106 

156 

33 

15 

34 

29 

82 

12 

772 

30 

31 

76 


189 

695 

698 

84 

88 

1,670 

240 

119 

119 

76 

497 

50 

2,465 

88 

168 

370 

3 

84 

1 

124 
2 

193 

5 

51 

5 

1,679 

4 

115 


304 

1,303 

1,025 

94 

201 

2,646 

328 

46 

107 

94 

1,399 

135 

12,501 

270 

503 

1,337 

9 

453 

6 

259 

8 

528 

13 

36 

4 

6,857 

47 

210 

12 

23,054 

26 

81 

2 

353 

18 

55 

8 

74 

1 

956 

40 

7,922 

28 

782 

2 

1,337 

13 

194 

12 

589 

12 

95 

6 

366 

1 

6,406 

21 

1,629 

21 

114 

3 

1,184 

27 


28 

114 

131 

4 

7 

349 

21 

18 

22 

7 

102 

14 

617 

17 

46 

93 


2 


Smith 


4 
6 

1 


12 

5 


20 
26 
5 
3 
56 
5 
1 
1 
5 
8 

1 
136 

2 
2 

16 


45 


Tarrant 


29 








10 
68 

5 


1 




7 


15 




2 


Waller 


2 


1 


Webb 


2 

1 

42 

34 

116 

10 

1 1 

16 




Wichita 


30 


Williamson 




18 


UTAH 

Davis 


9 

1 

2 

1 




Salt Ukc 


88 


Utah 


27 


Weber 


1 


VIRGINIA 

Albemarle Police Department 


1 


Amherst 


4 


5 


6 


63 


33 
3 

24 
2 

51 
4 
5 
1 
352 
1 

22 

2 

1,984 

2 

6 

29 
2 
10 


5 


Amherst State Police 




Botetourt 




6 


1 

1 

13 

1 


5 


2 








Campbell 


4 


17 


100 
1 
9 


g 






Charles Citv 


1 


' 




Charles City State Police 


1 
129 




Chesterfield Police Department . . . . 


7 


42 
4 


134 

1 

12 

2 

357 

5 

7 

1 

18 

1 

4 
2 
9 


85 






Dmwiddie , 


4 

1 

20 


5 

1 

477 

1 

1 


2 


Dinwiddie State Police 






72 
1 
2 


2,661 

3 

78 


227 






Flu\anna 


1 








Gloucester 




2 


3 


107 

4 

70 

3 
28 


3 












2 


2 




Goochland State Police 






1 


2 


1 


5 

1 
55 

7 
617 

1 
55 




Greene State Police 






2 




13 


35 

2 

237 

1 

76 


283 

4 

1,609 


3 






1 




9 

1 
5 


50 


270 

1 

15 


91 






James City Police Department 


9 


194 
1 

256 

3 
113 

1 
216 

4 
44 

2 

189 


2 


Loudoun 


3 


9 


17 


88 
1 
8 
1 

45 
1 

4 
1 

35 


106 

5 
18 

9 
25 
28 

8 

2 
34 

2 
586 

6 
65 

3 
24 


4 






New Kent 




7 


2 
-} 

10 




New Kent State Police 






Pittsylvania 


3 


18 


5 


Pittsylvania State Police 




Powhatan 




1 






Powhatan State Police 










2 


5 


7 


5 






Prmce William Police Department 

Prince William State Police 


11 


72 


131 

4 

20 


286 

1 
113 


1.329 

1 
338 

1 
106 

1 
266 

1 


115 




2 


12 








Scott 


1 
1 
2 


5 


4 


25 
1 

85 
3 




Scott Stale Police 




Stafford 


II 

1 


42 
1 


134 
6 


24 


Stafford State Police 





177 



Table 10. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban Counties, 1991 — Continued 



County by State 


Criine 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


VIRGINIA— Continued 

Washington 


569 

23 

1,498 

8 

886 

6,802 

444 

30,289 
5,389 

17,204 
6,977 
3,008 
1,868 
3,583 

196 
790 
190 
128 
9 
1,115 
622 
309 

31 

28 
159 
181 

48 
685 

80 
149 
261 
548 

75 

1,304 
2.36 
437 

1,439 
512 
461 

1,342 
276 
739 
674 

1,156 
239 
893 
576 
515 
683 
939 

1,259 
622 

514 
520 


574 

31 

1,500 

9 

891 

6,865 

448 

30,617 
5,411 

17,344 
7,071 
3,033 
1,882 
3,619 

199 
807 
190 
129 
9 
1,115 
629 
310 

33 

28 
162 
181 

48 
685 

80 
151 
265 
550 

78 

1,304 
237 
440 

1.455 
514 
470 

1.357 
279 
741 
684 

1.156 
240 
893 
581 
518 
690 
941 

1,275 
622 

525 
526 


1 


13 


4 


59 

1 
38 

118 

152 

13 

1,033 
177 

1,153 
316 
144 
108 
135 

II 

41 
6 
6 


219 

2 

235 


252 

16 

1,100 

5 

462 

4,381 

254 

18,879 
3,558 

10,567 
3,825 
1.658 
1,038 
1,551 

85 

447 

123 

47 

4 

597 

286 

152 

20 

15 

57 

111 

36 

401 

35 

43 

93 

365 

30 

1.031 
176 
303 
718 
220 
300 
941 
181 
434 
546 
913 
149 
675 
322 
296 
399 
643 
833 
451 

294 
294 


21 

4 

79 

2 

26 
410 

24 
2.862 
309 
962 
584 
131 
103 
236 

20 

54 

19 

15 

3 

III 

106 

21 

1 

1 

9 
9 
2 
34 
3 

19 
43 
37 
13 

49 
8 
13 
78 
33 
21 
68 
14 
36 
66 
29 
16 
41 
25 
52 
42 
46 
76' 
33 

34 

25 


5 
8 


York 


4 


12 


30 


2 
1 


WASHINGTON 




33 

57 

6 

591 

75 

287 

102 

68 

26 

51 


1 

98 

3 

623 
41 

472 
91 
19 
II 
25 

4 

12 

2 


246 
1,703 

144 
6,281 
1.226 
3,740 
2,055 

987 

581 
1,582 

76 

221 

38 

60 

2 

333 

197 

105 

5 

12 
75 
52 
10 
209 
23 
68 
96 
128 
25 

180 

43 
103 
323 
245 
123 
302 

39 
220 

17 
162 

66 
157 
140 
135 
210 
215 
250 
118 

109 
166 


5 


Clark 


1 


63 




4 




20 

3 
23 

4 
1 
1 
3 


328 




22 


Pierce 


140 




94 




25 


Whatcom 


14 




36 


WEST VIRGINIA 


3 




2 


13 

2 


17 


Cabell State Police 








1 


Hancock State Police 












5 
1 


5 
10 

7 


21 
6 

2 


43 
16 

22 
4 






7 


Marshall 


1 






2 
















3 
3 


15 

5 


3 






' 




Ohio State Police 








1 
2 




2 

2 
8 

1 

6 

1 

7 

2 
7 

2 
10 
4 
1 
4 
g 

3 

2 
7 
4 

4 

1 


38 
3 
16 
10 
12 
3 

33 

4 

15 

303 

9 

11 

13 

33 

43 

31 

42 

7 

14 
73 
28 
25 
31 
83 
II 

62 
33 






14 

10 
6 






2 




1 
3 

1 


4 




2 




3 


WISCONSIN 


5 
3 
3 
8 
5 
2 

10 
9 
4 
4 
3 




Calumet 


1 


Chippewa 


3 


2 


16 


Douglas ... 


2 




2 

1 


9 




15 




3 






2 






10 




3 






1 




1 


1 

8 
3 
4 
1 
10 
5 

II 
1 




Rock 


5 


St Croix 


1 
1 


3 




7 


Washington 


2 




16 








WYOMING 




11 


Natrona 




6 









'Forcible rape figures furnished by the stale-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program admmistered by the Illinois Department of Stale Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines. Therefore, the figures were excluded from the forcible rape. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

^Data for 1991 were not available for the Indiana State Police. The figures listed are only those reported by the county sheriffs' department. 

'Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime figures be estimated. See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 



178 



Table II. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 

(The dala shown in this tabic do not reflecl counl> totals but are the number of olTenses reported by the shentTs ofTice. county police department, or state police] 

• Arson is shown only if 12 months of ar^on data yyere received Leaders ( ( indicate zero data The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime IndexSee footnotes at end of table 

offenses, including arson 



County by State 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Cnme 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negltgenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 

assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



ALABAMA 

Cullman 

De Kalh 

Jackson 

Lee 

Limestone 

Marshall 

ARIZONA 

Apache 

Cochise 

Toconino 

Mohave 

Navajo 

Ptnal 

Vavapai 

ARKANSAS 

Benton 

jarland 

.ndependence 

Vlississtppi 

iVhite 

CALIFORNIA 

Talaveras 

Taiaveras Highway Patrol 

Humboldt 

Humboldt Highway Patrol 

imperial 

imperial Highway Patrol 

(Cings 

ICings Highway Patrol 

Lake 

uake Highway Patrol 

Vladera 

Vladera Highway Patrol 

Nevada 

Nevada Highway Patrol 

ian Luis Obispo 

ian Luis Obispo Highway Patrol 

Tehama 

Tehama Highway Patrol 

Tuolumne 

Tuolumne Highway Patrol 

COLORADO 

viesa 

DELAWARE 

<ent State Police 

Sussex State Police 

FLORIDA 

ritrus 

ndian River 

Dkeechobee 

'utnam 

GEORGIA 

Tarroll 

jlynn Police Department 

^all 



868 
182 
418 
725 
319 
407 



157 

1,136 
731 

1,290 
674 

1,727 
936 



812 
310 

975 
595 
716 



834 

78 

1,786 

72 

1,359 

85 

1,231 

78 

1,237 

45 

1,941 

113 

1,773 

106 

1,631 

124 

763 

58 

1,134 

51 



1,573 



1,975 
3,336 



2,114 
3,186 
1,474 
3.682 



1,504 
3,219 
2,506 



884 
183 
426 

325 



159 

1,145 
734 

1,296 
679 

1,742 
946 



816 
310 

975 
599 

734 



845 
1,805 
1.392 
1.243 
1,237 
2,021 
1,779 
1,644 

788 
1,141 

1,587 



1,978 
3,341 



2.125 
3,199 
1,483 
3,694 



48 
103 



116 
8 
21 
80 
60 
20 



26 
48 
61 
66 

72 
130 
94 



71 

4 

133 



50 
100 



377 
168 



92 
198 



110 



55 



59 



253 
457 



138 
258 
194 
428 



90 
541 

177 



267 
99 
184 
277 
101 
151 



44 
449 
224 
692 
295 
749 
294 



315 
120 
159 
169 
294 



371 
817 



479 
515 
487 
907 
594 
436 
242 
361 



387 



498 
966 



857 
1,024 

481 
1,228 



511 
665 
683 



388 
64 
170 
319 
131 
204 



77 
508 
377 
367 
264 
701 
460 



408 

122 
722 
295 
318 



369 

13 

779 



777 

II 
552 

18 

351 

8 

811 

18 
1,058 

17 
948 

34 

389 

1 

704 



1,028 



1,039 
1,639 



972 
1,575 

679 
1.665 



728 
1.818 
1,371 



7 
120 
31 
149 
31 
83 
66 



89 



87 



91 
115 



118 

208 

85 

205 



130 
122 
223 



179 



Table 11. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



County by Stale 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
Iheft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson* 


GEORGIA— Continued 


1,307 

4,212 
2,376 
7,130 

788 
1,129 
1,083 

296 
461 
316 
927 
496 

222 

66 
546 

51 

218 

3 

430 

22 
347 
341 
407 
765 

96 
120 
421 
468 

66 

1,028 

509 

147 

273 

24 
210 
265 
152 
646 

580 
492 
794 
785 


4,242 
2,385 
7,158 

791 
1,130 
1,091 

297 
463 
319 
929 
504 

66 
606 

55 

221 

3 

439 

22 
359 
341 
422 
765 
101 
120 
437 
484 

66 

1,085 

509 

148 

273 

24 
211 
266 
152 
649 

581 
496 
796 
785 


4 

6 
3 
6 

1 
3 
1 


20 

35 
17 
32 

4 

5 

20 

1 
3 
1 
1 
4 

2 


40 

23 
20 
54 

3 

7 
7 


44 

174 

55 

147 

22 
35 
60 

7 

5 

97 

29 
43 
35 
72 
3 

14 

10 
91 


347 

1,123 

555 

1,736 

162 
561 
420 

133 

33 

382 

60 

124 

97 

309 

159 

66 

12 
149 

23 
72 


765 

2,648 
1,632 
4,828 

550 
459 
528 

179 
101 

737 

185 
272 
165 
501 
312 

125 

34 
241 

24 

63 

2 

156 

17 
102 
149 
135 
375 

51 

75 
131 
149 

35 
511 
274 

90 

166 

5 

142 

83 

82 
182 

336 
198 
458 
420 


87 

203 
94 

327 

46 
59 

47 

15 
6 

57 

21 
16 
17 
41 
14 

13 

10 
47 

4 
14 

1 
40 

2 
49 
26 
67 
40 

8 

7 
43 
51 
10 
76 
27 

8 
14 

3 

6 
15 

5 
41 

II 




HAWAII 


30 




9 




28 


IDAHO 


3 




1 




8 


ILLINOIS' 


3 








1 






8 


12 


INDIANA^ 




1 




1 


2 
1 

3 
4 

2 


■} 




3 






2 


Wayne 




g 


IOWA3 

KANSAS 

Riley Police Department 

KENTUCKY 










Floyd State Police 


4 


13 


1 


60 




4 


Hardin State Police 




18 


1 


50 


3 








Harlan State Police 


4 


10 
1 

6 

2 

5 

3 


5 


97 


118 

2 

154 

133 

131 

178 

11 

32 

149 

114 

16 

257 

189 

37 

64 

6 

43 

48 

64 

229 

124 

74 

146 

224 


9 






Knox State Police 


1 

4 
9 
1 

1 


4 
6 
4 
4 


31 
21 
56 

164 

25 

6 

89 

117 

5 

153 

15 

5 

21 

5 

18 
51 


12 








15 








s 












3 

5 


6 

28 


4 


16 




16 


Pike 






4 

1 


15 
3 

7 
2 
5 


12 

5 

1 

1 
6 

8 

5 

8 

12 


57 


Pulaski 




Pulaski State Police 


1 


Scott 


1 








Shelby 


1 


Shelby State Police 




68 


1 










2 

3 
1 

2 
2 


13 

5 

27 

8 

6 


173 

93 
187 
145 

78 


3 


LOUISIANA 


1 


Avoyelles . 


4 




27 
43 


2 


St. Landrv 





Sec footnotes al end of table. 



180 



Table 11. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



County by Stale 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



LOUISIANA— Continued 

Vernon 

MAINE 

Aroostook 

Aroostook State Police 

Hancock 

Hancock State Police 

Penobscot 

Penobscot State Police 

Somerset 

Somerset State Police 

York 

York Stale Police 

MARYLAND 

Garrett 

Garrett State Police 

St. Mary's 

St. Mary's State Police 

Wicomico 

Wicomico State Police 

MICHIGAN 

Allegan 

Allegan State Police 

Barry 

Barry State Police 

Cass 

Cass State Police 

Grand Traverse 

Grand Traverse State Police ... 

Hillsdale 

Hillsdale State Police 

lonia 

Ionia State Police 

Isabella 

Isabella State Police 

Lenawee 

Lenawee State Police 

Montcalm 

Montcalm State Police 

Newaygo 

Newaygo State Police 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph State Police 

Sanilac 

Sanilac State Police 

Shiawassee 

Shiawassee State Police 

Tuscola 

Tuscola State Police 

Van Buren 

Van Buren State Police 

MINNESOTA 

Itasca 

Otter Tail 

MISSISSIPPI 

Lee 

Warren 



1,083 



158 
491 
521 
54 
665 
237 
574 
228 
377 
361 



298 
241 
2,325 
509 
652 
632 



1,284 
609 
542 
496 
726 
278 

1.016 
456 
479 
169 
371 
463 
293 
573 
785 
388 

1,135 
307 
531 
417 
631 
254 
108 
225 
439 
233 
347 
342 

1,036 

1.148 



660 
811 



422 
490 



1,085 



159 
491 
521 
54 
668 
237 
574 
228 
382 
362 



298 
248 
2,334 
539 
652 
648 



1.293 
620 
550 
512 
731 
291 

1,026 
461 
483 
172 
373 
470 
298 
577 
788 
389 

1,141 
314 
535 
421 
632 
263 

227 
447 
236 
349 
346 
1.044 
1.180 



667 
817 



431 
490 



13 



3 
2 


1 

1 


3 


1 


3 






2 


2 




6 




22 


30 


9 


20 


7 


11 


6 


11 


58 


9 


26 


5 


12 


2 


33 


2 


22 


4 


19 


3 


43 


2 


25 


2 


28 


■) 


11 


1 


14 


4 


5 


2 


7 


3 


29 


3 


19 


2 


14 


3 


45 


2 


14 


1 


12 


2 


6 


1 


16 


5 


16 


1 


32 




7 




6 


5 


12 




3 


2 


28 


3 


I'y 




36 


3 


1 
4 


I 


6 


7 


5 


5 



249 



53 
13 

287 
45 
137 

42 



58 
43 
42 
35 
43 
16 
29 
7 
34 
15 
22 
55 
29 
23 
50 
30 

108 
14 
37 
24 
43 
12 
15 
15 
24 
15 
12 
27 
43 

103 



206 



76 
231 
218 

14 
260 

92 
186 

92 
179 
143 



74 
76 
781 
166 
121 
232 



339 
204 
164 
180 
322 
110 
207 
118 
126 

49 
106 
117 

69 
184 
182 
116 
404 
105 
241 
164 
166 
106 

27 

91 
169 

87 
114 
115 
465 
397 



231 

327 



183 
208 



552 



76 
204 
287 

24 
390 
111 
348 
105 



49 



165 
185 


19 
21 


151 


16 


127 


18 


1,145 


55 


237 


31 


358 


18 


304 


35 


760 


60 


310 


21 


308 


14 


228 


18 


287 


46 


116 


14 


707 


28 


288 


16 


281 


7 


89 


4 


210 


15 


266 


17 


169 


15 


309 


24 


487 


45 


208 


16 


517 


54 


155 


17 


232 


7 


200 


22 


372 


29 


110 


9 


34 




102 


10 


220 


15 


109 


9 


197 


19 


151 


18 


457 


48 


559 


49 


370 


40 


418 


44 


155 


37 


231 


15 



181 



Table 11. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



County by Slate 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



MISSOURI 

Camden 

Cole 

Pulaski 

St. Francois 

MONTANA 

Missoula 

Silver Bow 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Hillsboro State Police 

Rockingham State Police — 

NEW MEXICO 

San Juan 

NEW YORK 

Allegany Stale Police 

Cattaraugus 

Cattaraugus Stale Police 

Cayuga 

Cayuga Slate Police 

Chenango 

Chenango Slate Police 

Clinton 

Clinton Stale Police 

Columbia 

Columbia State Police 

Delaware 

Delaware State Police 

Franklin Slate Police 

Fulton 

Fulton Slate Police 

Genesee 

Genesee State Police 

Jefferson 

Jefferson State Police 

Otsego 

Otsego State Police 

St. Lawrence 

St. Lawrence State Police . . . 

Schoharie 

Schoharie State Police 

Sullivan 

Sullivan State Police 

Tompkins 

Tompkms Stale Police 

Ulster Slate Police 

Wyoming 

Wyoming Slate Police 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Beaufort 

Brunswick 

Caldwell 

Carteret 

Chatham 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Duplin 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 



443 
390 
140 
229 



625 
1,281 



911 



591 
396 
648 
511 
568 
356 
291 
39 

1,427 
426 
632 
131 
458 
538 
745 
176 
579 
197 
569 
656 
145 
639 
664 
869 
140 
283 
838 
924 
819 
462 

1,200 
500 
168 



807 

533 

1,403 

966 

931 

1,954 

1. 171 

1,282 

806 

990 

2,158 

791 



449 
392 
140 
229 



631 
1,281 



921 



596 

652 

574 
358 
293 



635 

461 
560 
750 
177 

198 
593 
656 
149 
647 
670 
875 
142 
286 

942 

463 

1,218 
505 
168 



814 

533 

1,422 

970 

938 

1,955 

1,192 

1,286 

814 

1,000 

2,200 

794 



16 



136 



35 
10 

108 
9 
42 
83 
63 
84 

105 
13 

252 
9 



203 

116 

58 

71 



107 
187 



250 



53 


250 


38 


126 


50 


244 


56 


149 


53 


143 


43 


113 


22 


124 


■> 




151 


347 


11 


193 


50 


169 


7 


62 


26 


256 


76 


197 


45 


199 


15 


70 


33 


162 


29 


36 


6 


219 


29 


177 


2 


74 


37 


196 


56 


214 


66 


260 


1 


69 


21 


111 


108 


257 


44 


411 


51 


214 


12 


117 


130 


356 


75 


163 


79 


34 



447 
225 
500 
356 
470 
792 
551 
437 
332 
444 
916 
403 



188 

241 

45 

134 



436 
985 



430 



273 
201 
334 
274 
344 
187 
135 

37 
895 
201 
381 

56 
164 
252 
476 

81 
354 
107 
315 
427 

68 
380 
362 
516 

69 
134 
424 
433 
523 
318 
629 
236 

42 



263 
212 
684 
546 
362 
961 
461 
643 
295 
477 
772 
336 



20 

17 

5 

14 



48 

74 



67 



7 
31 

7 
21 
19 
12 

6 



21 
12 
25 

6 

8 
10 
20 

7 
21 
20 
19 
14 

1 
17 
23 
23 

1 
12 
33 
20 
26 

9 
56 
23 
10 



50 
63 
73 
44 
48 
88 
72 
83 
51 
30 
165 
37 



182 



Table 11. — Number of Oflenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 2S.000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



Counly by State 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

(heft 



NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 

Henderson 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Lee 

Lenoir 

McDowell 

Moore 

Nash 

Pitt 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Stanly 

Surry 

OHIO 

Ashtabula 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Darke 

Huron 

Muskingum 

Ottawa 

Preble 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Wayne 

OREGON 

Coos 

Coos State Police 

Deschutes 

Deschutes State Police 

Douglas 

Douglas Slate Police 

Josephine 

Josephine Stale Police 

Klamath 

Klamath State Police 

Linn 

Linn State Police 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Armstrong State Police 

Bedford State Police 

Bradford Slate Police 

Butler State Police 

Clarion State Police 

Clearfield State Police 

Crawford State Police 

Franklin State Police 

Greene State Police 

Huntingdon State Police 

Indiana State Police 

Jefferson State Police 

Lawrence State Police 

Northumberland State Police 

Snyder Stale Police 

Susquehanna Slate Police 

Tioga State Police 

Venango State Police 



1,424 

926 

486 

2,195 

797 

816 

808 

958 

1.431 

2,035 

541 

1,155 

1,602 

1,032 

967 

839 

1.116 



1.879 
356 
505 
568 
457 

1.149 
516 
574 
353 
320 
699 



657 

71 

1.279 

303 

1,399 

110 

1,134 

44 

1,196 

323 

1,227 

52 



562 
561 
674 
1.369 
470 
646 
821 
955 
698 
543 
805 
369 
563 
406 
345 
288 
387 
646 



1.427 

928 

490 

2.195 

801 

824 

814 

968 

1.437 

2.048 

541 

1.171 

1.611 

1.045 

976 

840 

1,119 



1,909 
356 

570 
460 
1.167 
516 
581 
354 
322 



661 

73 

1.285 

312 

1.411 

115 

1,142 

46 

1.199 

334 

1,236 

57 



580 
576 
679 
1.405 
472 
662 
828 
970 
729 
551 
819 
373 
590 
409 
349 
299 
390 
659 



67 
50 
12 
80 

1 
37 
36 

106 
31 

119 
70 
62 

212 
43 
79 
41 
20 



591 
409 
268 
1.012 
388 
288 
244 
320 
608 
951 
154 
575 
535 
408 
401 
355 
396 



459 
74 
115 
211 
165 
318 
131 
206 
124 
68 
253 



196 

8 

366 

69 

408 

20 

324 

3 

362 

51 

446 

7 



225 
191 
342 
497 
199 
287 
367 
324 
284 
218 
346 
159 
191 
137 
96 
141 
207 
252 



612 
327 
184 
901 
355 
421 
481 
428 
674 
798 
249 
387 
754 
507 
388 
378 
594 



1.174 
195 
328 
249 
232 
758 
293 
310 
191 
191 
385 



370 

44 
805 
161 
824 

56 
724 

23 
720 
205 
609 

22 



251 
290 
242 
658 
229 
276 
357 
457 
281 
255 
337 
166 
248 
209 
205 
113 
131 
326 



129 

104 
15 

159 
40 
49 
40 
75 
60 

126 
49 
94 
76 
63 
75 
46 
97 



156 
33 
26 
35 
34 
37 
28 
37 
23 
10 
34 



43 

7 

87 

45 

70 

14 

48 

4 

55 

23 

64 

9 



47 
37 
43 
132 
25 
32 
66 
85 
89 
31 
70 
25 
58 
19 
33 
10 
26 
37 



183 



Table II. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



County by Slate 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

thefl 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Beaufort 

Cherokee 

Chesterfield 

Colleton 

Darlington 

Georgetown 

Greenwood 

Horry Police Department 

Kershaw 

Lancaster 

Laurens 

Oconee 

Orangeburg 

Sumter 

Williamsburg 

TENNESSEE 

Bradley 

Greene 

Hamblen 

Roane 

TEXAS 

Anderson 

Angelina 

Bastrop 

Henderson 

Hood 

Hunt 

Rusk 

Starr 

Van Zandt 

Wise 

UTAH 

Cache 

VIRGINIA 

Accomack 

Accomack State Police 

Augusta 

Augusta State Police 

Bedford 

Bedford State Police 

Buchanan 

Buchanan State Police 

Fauquier 

Fauquier State Police 

Franklin 

Franklin Slate Police 

Frederick 

Frederick State Police 

Halifax 

Halifax State Police 

Henry 

Henry Stile Police 

Rockingham 

Rockingham State Police 

Spotsylvania 

Spotsylvania Slate Police 

Tazewell 

Tazewell State Police 

Wise 

Wise State Police 



5,348 
804 
781 
1,240 
1.875 
1,285 
1,372 
5,320 
1,234 
1,642 
1,001 
1,024 
3,019 
3,030 
807 



620 
815 

429 
627 



705 
798 
841 
1.175 
696 
850 
734 
769 
567 
606 



667 



222 

40 
1,053 

38 
850 

13 
341 
104 
683 

38 

540 

6 

1,400 

32 
391 

28 
1,863 

29 
489 

33 
1.909 

42 
327 

57 
193 

29 



620 
836 
429 
630 



706 
802 
849 
1,177 
710 
855 
740 
772 
569 
614 



668 



224 

40 
1,062 

38 
854 

13 
345 
108 
716 

38 

542 

6 

1.402 

32 
394 

28 
1,875 

30 
493 

33 
1,909 

42 
328 

57 
193 

29 



26 



69 
II 
17 
23 
42 
21 
23 
73 
21 
24 
12 
7 
107 
59 
28 



507 


1,320 


3,187 


124 


280 


310 


102 


279 


302 


201 


357 


567 


264 


615 


793 


178 


398 


612 


176 


407 


700 


479 


1,624 


2,724 


126 


378 


622 


139 


412 


963 


177 


392 


335 


92 


332 


553 


507 


846 


1,228 


444 


978 


1,293 


143 


253 


316 



42 

59 

4 

105 



70 
16 
93 
184 
61 
90 
50 
79 
27 
39 



173 
346 
163 
197 



255 
264 
376 
517 
290 
431 
281 
347 
240 
279 



135 



52 

5 
216 

1 
292 

3 
123 
23 
119 

2 
163 



194 
2 

124 
3 

513 



120 

4 

231 

2 

62 

16 

63 

1 



317 
344 
223 
272 



327 
434 
315 
440 
308 
272 
339 
259 
257 
240 



495 



96 

26 
720 

24 

486 

8 

154 

48 
461 

25 

318 

6 

1.095 

23 
203 

22 
1.182 

20 
325 

10 
1,518 

29 
165 

36 
116 

15 



207 
70 
66 
81 

123 
62 
40 

355 
72 
83 
53 
33 

276 

206 
48 



80 
57 
32 
30 



38 
65 
38 
27 
27 
52 
45 
64 
34 
21 



33 



13 

8 
54 

9 
26 

2 
22 
22 
56 

8 
34 



60 
3 

11 
3 

85 
6 

18 

19 
123 
9 
8 
4 

14 



184 



Table II. — Number of Offenses Known to the Police, Rural Counties 25,000 and over in Population, 1991 — Continued 



County by Stale 



Crime 
Index 

total 



Modified* 
Crime 
Index 
total 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robberv 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



WASHINGTON 

Chelan 

Clallam 

Cowlitz 

Grant 

Grays Harbor 

Island 

Lewis 

Mason 

Skagit 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Berkeley 

Berkeley State Police 

Fayette 

Fayette State Police 

Harrison 

Harrison State Police 

Logan 

Logan Slate Police 

McDowell 

McDowell State Police 

Marion 

Marion State Police 

Mercer 

Mercer State Police 

Mingo 

Mingo State Police 

Monongalia 

Monongalia State Police 

Raleigh 

Raleigh State Police 

WISCONSIN 

Barron 

Clark 

Columbia 

Dodge 

Fond Du Lac 

Grant 

Jefferson 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 

Polk 

Portage 

Sauk 

Shawano 

Walworth 

Waupaca 

Wood 

STATE AGENCIES 

Alaska State Police 

Arizona Department of Public Safety 

Colorado State Patrol 

Connecticut State Police 

Vermont State Police 

Wisconsin State Patrol 

OTHER AREAS 

Guam 

Virgin Islands 



1.248 
666 
683 
946 
775 
525 
907 
1,081 
1.298 



929 
474 
203 
333 
297 
159 
142 
513 
81 
139 
324 
92 
839 
157 
205 
191 
310 
459 
1,187 
228 



530 
329 
616 
405 
466 
356 
463 
504 
730 
641 
567 
244 
648 
676 
648 
593 



7,412 

13 

177 

8.884 

7.113 

15 



4.806 
11.502 



1,255 
679 
690 
946 
775 
526 
910 
1.084 
1,303 



944 
476 
203 
338 
298 
159 
144 
517 

81 
143 
344 

94 
839 
158 
206 
198 
311 
459 
1.206 
228 



531 
333 
621 
405 
466 
359 
465 
512 
733 
650 
567 
244 
648 
684 
648 
596 



7.487 
14 



8.984 
15 



4,814 
11,585 



143 



29 



64 
648 



657 

12 

5 

1,057 

161 

15 



160 

2,027 



279 
166 
249 
356 
290 
196 
298 
481 
378 



234 

188 
95 
89 
93 
64 
41 

122 
20 
59 

107 
30 

283 
63 
43 
67 
54 

127 

399 
47 



207 
120 
178 
129 

94 
110 

91 
139 
392 
294 
149 
5 
204 
188 
222 
178 



1,817 



2,895 
2,829 



866 
438 
306 

480 
394 
255 
472 
487 
817 



545 

225 

85 

192 

159 

58 

59 

272 

35 

30 

161 

44 

357 

56 

59 

70 

234 

253 

648 

162 



227 
176 
385 
237 
340 
215 
329 
290 
277 
274 
362 
235 
387 
439 
336 
374 



4,185 
1 
2 

3,990 

3,775 



53 
30 
20 
28 
23 
28 
27 
88 
6 
30 
25 
14 
50 
24 
28 
42 
18 
64 
77 
15 



569 



167 

747 
261 



774 
3,719 



3,302 
3,986 



412 
1,013 



'Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelmes- Therefore, the figures were excluded from the forcible rape. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

^Complete data for 1991 were not available for the Indiana State Police- The figures listed are only those reported by the county sherilTs' departments. 

'Data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa; therefore, it was necessary that their crime counts be estimated. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



185 



Table 12. — Crime Trends, Offenses Known to the Police, Population Group, 1990-1991 

(1991 estimated population] 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime^ 



Property 
crime^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



TOTAL ALL AGENCIES: 
12.638 agencies; 
population 232,183,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 



TOTAL CITIES: 8,806 cities; 
population 156,312,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 



13.510,753 

13,863,499 

-h2.6 



11.015,353 
11,263,425 

-t-2.3 



Group I 

63 cities, 250,000 and over; 
population 45,554,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

8 cities, 1,000,000, and over; 
population 20,181,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

18 cities, 500,000 to 999,999; 
population 12,046,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

37 cities, 250,000 to 499,999; 
population 13,327,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Group II 

127 cities, 100,000 to 249,999 
population 18,743,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Group III 

337 cities, 50,000 to 99,999; 
population 23,094,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Group IV 

661 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 22,956,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 



525,121 

565,771 

-I-.9 



!,02 1,765 
1,011,549 

-.5 



138,378 

136,289 

-,2 



,364,978 

,417,933 

+3.9 



1,541,246 

1.585,486 

-1-2.9 



1,503,286 

1,548,423 

-t-3.0 



1,307,850 
1,349,466 

4-3.2 



13,610.014 

13,963,283 

-1-2,6 



11,093,847 
11,342,429 

-1-2,2 



4,564,653 
4,603,881 

+.9 



2,042,804 

2,030,808 

-.6 



1,146,154 
1,143,690 



1,375,695 
1,429,383 

4-3.9 



1,552,895 

1,597,681 

-1-2.9 



1,512,923 

1,558,031 

-1-3.0 



1,315,172 
1,357,250 

-1-3.2 



1.721.084 

1,804.951 

-1-4,9 



1,454.843 

1,526.776 
-1-4.9 



807,258 
845,386 

-1-4.7 



445,840 

464,815 

4-4.3 



159,411 
161,606 

-t-1.4 



202,007 

218,965 

4-8.4 



190,051 

202,173 

4-6.4 



165,672 

173,254 

4-4.6 



122,761 

128,468 

4-4.6 



11,789,669 
12.058.548 

4-2,3 



9,560.510 

9.736.649 

4-1,8 



3,717,863 

3,720,385 

4-. I 



1,575,925 

1,546,734 

-1.9 



978,967 

974,683 

-.4 



1,162,971 

1,198,968 

4-3.1 



1,351,195 
1,383,313 

4-2.4 



1,337,614 
1,375,169 

4-2.8 



1,185,089 

1,220,998 

4-3.0 



22.259 
23.440 

4-5,3 



17.904 

19.030 

4-6.3 



11,401 
11,939 

4-4.7 



6,314 
6,436 
4-1.9 



2,726 
2,789 

4-2.3 



2,361 
2,714 
4-15.0 



2,081 
2,344 
4-12.6 



1,493 
1,801 
4-20.6 



1,209 
1,228 
4-1.6 



91.390 

94.667 

4-3.6 



69.720 
71.360 

4-2.4 



30,985 

30,536 

-1.4 



10,649 

10,082 

-5.3 



9,045 

9,012 

-.4 



11,291 

11,442 

4-1,3 



11,134 

11,358 

4-2.0 



9,476 
9,901 

4-4.5 



7,507 
7,982 
4-6.3 



618.588 

665,385 

4-7,6 



562,458 
603.525 

4-7.3 



379,910 

403,645 

4-6.2 



227,167 
240,031 

4-5.7 



72,697 

76,193 

4-4.8 



80,046 

87,421 

4-9.2 



65,734 

72,063 

4-9.6 



5 1 . 1 99 
56,769 
4-10.9 



34,289 

36,671 

4-6.9 



988.847 

1,021.459 

4-3.3 



804.761 
832,861 

4-3.5 



384,962 
399,266 

4-3.7 



201,710 

208,266 

4-3,3 



74,943 

73,612 

-1.8 



108,309 

117,388 

4-8.4 



111,102 

116,408 

4-4.8 



103,504 
104,783 

4-1.2 



79,756 
82,587 

4-3,5 



2.848,891 
2,920.273 

4-2,5 



2.177,645 

2,221,569 

4-2,0 



883,066 

891,143 

4-.9 



364,481 

357,555 

-1.9 



230,639 
234,596 

4-1.7 



287,946 

298,992 

4-3.8 



328,981 
339,370 

4-3,2 



305,653 

311,754 

4-2.0 



260,431 
267,588 

4-2.7 



7.380,099 

7.552.218 

4-2.3 



6,048,771 

6,161,317 

4-1.9 



2,076,729 

2,069,984 

-.3 



806,227 

793,628 

-1.6 



582,859 

574,563 

-1.4 



687,643 

701,793 

4-2.1 



855,416 

867,930 

4-1,5 



870.740 
898.706 

4-3.2 



813,757 

838,141 

4-3.0 



1.560,679 

1,586,057 

+1.6 



1,334,094 

1,353,763 

4-1.5 



758,068 

759,258 

4-.2 



405,217 

395,551 

-2.4 



165,469 

165,524 

4-.0 



187,382 

198,183 

4-5.8 



166,798 
176,013 

4-5,5 



161,221 
164,709 

4-2.2 



110,901 

115,269 

4-3.9 



186 



Table 12. — Crime Trends, Offenses Known to the Police, Population Group, 1990-1991 — Continued 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
cnme^ 



Property 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

I heft 



Group v 

1,554 cities. 10.000 to 24.999; 
population 24.567,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Group VI 

6,064 cities under 10.000; 
population 21.398,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Suburban Counties 

1,194 agencies; 
population 48,103,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 

Rural Counties* 

2,638 agencies; 
population 27,768,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 



1. 176.186 
1. 213.901 

-1-3.2 



961,664 

1.000,378 

-1-4.0 



1,923,247 

1,997,259 

-1-3.8 



572,153 
602,815 

+ 5.4 



1,181,966 
1.220,038 

-h3.2 



966,238 

1,005,548 

-1-4 1 



1,939,025 

2,013,176 

-1-3.8 



577,142 
607,678 

-1-5.3 



94,805 

99,911 

-1-5.4 



74,296 
77,584 

-1-4.4 



209,464 

218,130 

-1-4.1 



56,777 
60,045 

-f-5.8 



1,081,381 

1,113,990 

-^3.0 



887,368 

922,794 

-1-4.0 



1,713,783 

1,779,129 

-t-3.8 



515,376 

542.770 

-t-5.3 



955 
979 

-1-2.5 



765 

739 

-3.4 



2,784 
2,850 

-1-2.4 



1,571 
1,560 

-.7 



6,026 
6,791 

-H2.7 



4,592 
4,792 

-1-4.4 



15,456 
16,598 

-1-7.4 



6,214 
6,709 
-1-8.0 



20,700 

22,586 

-1-9.1 



10,626 
11,791 

-mo 



51.809 
57.049 
-I-IO.I 



4,321 
4,811 
+ 11.3 



67.124 

69,555 

+ 3.6 



58,313 

60,262 

+3.3 



139,415 

141,633 

+ 1,6 



44.671 
46,965 

+5.1 



221,704 

228,667 

+3.1 



177,810 

183,047 

+2.9 



480.882 

494.771 

+2.9 



190,364 
203,933 

+7.1 



776,208 

800,255 

+ 3.1 



655,921 

686,301 

+4.6 



1,040,747 
1,086,328 

+4.4 



290,581 

304,573 

+4.8 



83,469 

83,068 

+ 1.9 



53,637 

53,446 

-.4 



192,154 
198,030 

+3.1 



34,431 
34,264 

-.5 



5,780 
6,137 
+6.2 



4,574 
5,170 
+ 13.0 



15,778 

15,917 

+.9 



4,989 
4,863 
-2.5 



Suburban Area' 

5,996 agencies; 
population 95,204,000: 

1990 

1991 

Percent change 



4,182,396 

4,327,453 

+3.5 



4,209.970 
4,356,183 

+3.5 



394,695 

410,377 

+4.0 



3,787,701 
3,917,076 

+ 3.4 



4,522 
4,598 

+ 1.7 



26,371 

28.443 

+7.9 



99.836 

108.465 

+8.6 



263.966 

268.871 

+ 1.9 



904,521 

930,435 

+2.9 



2,498.429 
2,591,989 

+3.7 



384,751 
394.652 

+2.6 



27,574 

28,730 

+4.2 



'The number of agency repons used in arson trends is less than used in compiling trends for other Crime Index offenses. It is not necessary to report arsons by property classification to be 
included in this table. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the properly crime of arson. 

^Includes state police agencies with no county breakdown. 

'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of Stale Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



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Table 13. — Crime Trends, Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban and Nonsuburban Cities', Population Group, 1990-1991 

[1991 estimated population) 



Population group 


Crime 
Index 
total 


ModiHed 
Crime 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime* 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson^ 


Suburban Cities 

TOTAL SUBURBAN CITIES: 

4,802 cities: 
papulation 47.101,000: 

1990 


2,259,149 

2,330,194 

+3.1 


2,270,945 

2,343,007 

+3,2 


185.231 

192,247 

+3.8 


2,073,918 

2,137,947 

+3.1 


1,738 

1,748 
+.6 


10,915 
11.845 

+8.5 


48,027 
51,416 

+7.1 


124,551 
127,238 

+2.2 


423,639 
435.664 

+2,8 


1,457,682 
1,505,661 

+3.3 


192,597 
196,622 

+2,1 


11,796 


1991 


12,813 




+8.6 






Group IV 

497 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 17,218,000; 

1 990 


913,275 
935,621 

+2.4 

780,705 
809,576 

+3.7 

565,169 

584,997 

+3.5 

1,186,551 

1,233,551 

+4,0 


918,550 
941,131 

+2.5 

784,484 
813,748 

+3.7 

567,911 

588,128 

+3.6 

1,192,431 

1,239,829 

+4.0 


85,831 
88,133 

+2.7 

60,961 

65,060 

+6.7 

38,439 

39,054 

+ 1.6 

106,631 

113,716 

+6.6 


827,444 
847,488 

+2.4 

719,744 

744,516 

+3,4 

526,730 

545,943 

+3.6 

1,079,920 
1,119,835 

+3,7 


806 

821 

+ 1.9 

588 

596 

+ 1.4 

344 

331 

-3.8 

1,191 

1,198 

+.6 


4,730 
5,044 
+6.6 

3,721 
4,304 
+ 15.7 

2,464 
2,497 
+ 1.3 

7,210 

7,720 
+7.1 


25.322 

26.546 

+4.8 

15,498 
17,095 
+ 10.3 

7,207 
7,775 
+7.9 

17,588 
19,632 
+ 11.6 


54.973 

55.722 

+ 1.4 

41,154 

43,065 

+4,6 

28,424 

28,451 

+.1 

80,642 

85,166 

+5.6 


179,119 

182,626 

+2.0 

145,331 
150,676 

+3.7 

99,189 

102,362 

+3.2 

236,306 

243,638 

+3.1 


559,116 

572,621 

+2.4 

508,143 

526,142 

+3.5 

390,423 
406,898 

+4.2 

788,204 

819,036 

+3,9 


89,209 

92,241 

+3.4 

66,270 
67,698 

+2.2 

37,118 

36,683 

-1.2 

55,410 
57,161 

+3.2 


5,275 


1991 


5,510 




+4.5 


Group V 

1,124 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; 
population 17,852,000; 

1990 


3,779 


1991 


4,172 




+ 10.4 


Group VI 

3,181 cities under 10,000; 
population 12,031,000; 
1990 


2,742 


1991 


3,131 




+ 14.2 


Nonsuburban Cities 

TOTAL NONSUBURBAN 
CITIES: 3,477 cities; 
population 21,820,000: 

1990 


5,880 


1991 


6,278 




+6.8 






Group IV 

164 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 5,738,000; 
1990 


394,575 

413,845 

+4.9 

395,481 
404,325 

+2.2 

396,495 

415,381 

+4.8 


396,622 

416,119 

+4.9 

397,482 
406,290 

+2.2 

398,327 

417,420 

+4.8 


36,930 
40,335 

+9.2 

33,844 

34,851 

+3,0 

35.857 
38,530 

+7.5 


357,645 

373,510 

+4.4 

361,637 
369,474 

+2.2 

360,638 

376,851 

+4.5 


403 

407 

+ 1.0 

367 

383 

+4.4 

421 

408 

-3.1 


2,777 
2,938 
+5.8 

2,305 
2,487 
+7.9 

2,128 
2.295 
+7.8 


8,967 
10,125 
+ 12.9 

5,202 
5,491 
+5.6 

3,419 
4.016 

+ 17.5 


24,783 

26,865 

+8.4 

25,970 

26,490 

+2.0 

29,889 

31,811 

+6.4 


81,312 
84,962 

+4.5 

76,373 

77,991 

+2.1 

78,621 

80,685 

+2.6 


254,641 

265,520 

+4.3 

268,065 
274,113 

+2.3 

265,498 
279,403 

+5.2 


21,692 

23,028 

+6.2 

17,199 

17,370 

+ 1.0 

16,519 

16,763 

+ 1.5 


2,047 


1991 


2,274 




+ 11.1 


Group V 

430 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; 
population 5,715,000; 

1990 


2,001 


1991 


1,965 


Percent change 


-1.8 


Group VI 

2,883 cities under 10,000; 

population 9,367,000: 

1990 


1,832 


I99I 


2,039 


Percent change 


+ 11.3 







'Suburban places are within Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and include suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within the metropolitan area. Central cities are excluded. 
Nonsuburban places are outside MSAs. 

n~he number of agencies used in arson trends is less than used in compiling trends for other Crime Index offenses. It is not necessary to report arsons by property classification to be included 
in this table. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

*Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle thefi. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the slate-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categones. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



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Table 14. — Crime Trends, Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban and Nonsuburban Counties, Population Group, 1990-1991 

[1991 estimated population] 



Population group 


Cnme 
Index 

total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total 1 


Violent 
crime- 


Property 
crime' 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robberv' 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson' 


Suburban Counties^ 


























100,000 and over 


























1 15 counties; 


























population 29,508,000: 


























1990 


1.387.715 


1,398.970 


154.530 


1.233,185 


1.888 


9,844 


45.189 


97.609 


331,190 


754.192 


147.803 


11,255 


1991 


1.440.242 


1,451.188 


162.121 


1.278,121 


1.966 


10,584 


49.782 


99.789 


336,801 


789.683 


151.637 


10,946 


Percent change 


+3.8 


+3.7 


+4.9 


+3.6 


+4.1 


+7.5 


+ 10.2 


+2.2 


+ 1.7 


+4.7 


+2.6 


-2.7 


25.000 to 99.999 


























314 counties; 


























population 16,054,000: 


























1 990 


401.264 


404.099 


40.063 


361.201 


669 


3,858 


4.413 


31.123 


119,834 


217,623 


23.744 


2,835 


1991 


418.134 


421.257 


40.693 


377.441 


648 


4,169 


4.945 


30.931 


126.880 


226,041 


24.520 


3,123 


Percent change 


+4.2 


+4.2 


+ 1.6 


+4.5 


-3.1 


+8.1 


+ 12.1 


-.6 


+5.9 


+3.9 


+3.3 


+ 10.2 


Under 25.000 


























752 counties; 


























population 2,313,000: 


























1990 


130,391 


132.067 


14.521 


115.870 


216 


1,724 


2.174 


10.407 


28.606 


66.882 


20.382 


1.676 


1991 


134,668 


136,495 


14.787 


119.881 


223 


1,806 


2.273 


10.485 


29.785 


68.424 


2l!672 
+6.3 


1.827 


Percent change 


+3.3 


+3.4 


+ 1.8 


+3.5 


+3.2 


+4.8 


+4.6 


+.7 


+4.1 


+2.3 


+9.0 


Nonsuburban Counties^ 


























25.000 and over 


























284 counties; 


























population 11.535,000: 


























1990 


233.585 


235.269 


23.007 


210,578 


549 


2.460 


2.141 


17,857 


75.577 


121.215 


13,786 


1,684 
1,613 


1991 


246.528 


248,141 


24.222 


222,306 


560 


2.706 


2.354 


18,602 


82.073 


126.549 


13.684 


Percent change 


+5.5 


+5.5 


+5.3 


+5.6 


+2.0 


+ 1.1 


+9.9 


+4.2 


+8.6 


+4.4 


-.7 


-4.2 


10.000 to 24.999 


























677 counties; 


























population 10,743,000; 


























1990 


177,984 


179.311 


17.007 


160.977 


527 


1.650 


1.176 


13,654 


63.070 


88.073 


9.834 


1.327 


1991 


188,356 


189.654 


18.312 


1 70.044 


498 


1.640 


1.346 


14,828 


67,383 


92.582 


10,079 


1.298 


Percent change 


+5.8 


+5.8 


+7.7 


+5.6 


-5.5 


-.6 


+ 14.5 


+8.6 


+6.8 


+5.1 


+2.5 


-2.2 


Under 10,000 


























1.580 counties; 


























population 4,848,000: 


























1990 


128,978 


130.714 


13.914 


1 1 5.064 


449 


1,809 


800 


10,856 


42,171 


64,548 


8,345 


1.736 


1991 


133.698 


135.469 


14.506 


119.192 


443 


1,989 


870 


1 1,204 


44.207 


66,792 


8,193 


1,771 


Percent change 


+3.7 


+3.6 


+4.3 


+3.6 


-1.3 


+ 10.0 


+8.8 


+3.2 


+4.8 


+3.5 


-1.8 


+2.0 







'The number of agencies used in arson trends are less than used in compiling trends for other Cnme Index offenses. It is not necessary to report arsons by property classification to be mcluded 
in this table. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson, 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the properly crime of arson. 

*Crime offenses include shenffs' and county law enforcement agencies. State police offenses are not included. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the siate-level Uniform Cnme Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Cnme Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation.'" page 377 for details. 



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Table 16. — Crime Rates, Offenses Known to the Police, Population Group, 1991 

[1991 estimated population. Rate; Number of crimes per 100.000 inhabitants] 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime^ 



Property 
cnme^ 



Murder 
and non- 
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man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



Arson' 



TOTAL ALL AGENCIES: 

11,502 agencies; 
population 217,344,686: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



TOTAL CITIES: 8,029 cities; 
population 147,679,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rale 



Group I 

62 cities, 250,000 and over; 
population 44,517,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



8 cities, 1,000,000 and over; 
population 20,181,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



I 7 cities, 500.000 to 999,999; 
population 1 1 ,050,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



37 cities, 250,000 to 499,999; 
population 13,286,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group II 

125 cities, 100,000 to 249,999; 
population 18,385,000; 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group III 

317 cities, 50,000 to 99,999; 
population 21,808.000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



13,332,964 
6.134.5 



10,909.310 

7,387.2 



4,502,078 
10,113.3 



2,013,181 
9,975.8 



1,053,624 
9,535.1 



1,435,273 
10.802.9 



1,565,803 
8,516.8 



1,492.272 
6,842.8 



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810.3 



1,571,868 

5,324.2 



22,871 
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96.440 
44.3 



653,432 
300.6 



988,353 

454.7 



2,797,332 
1,287.0 



7,235,550 
3,329.1 



1,538,986 
708.1 



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1,015.0 



9,410,342 
6,372.2 



18,729 
12.7 



73.623 
49.9 



595,244 
403.1 



811,372 
549.4 



2,147.479 
1,454.2 



5,939,153 
4,021.7 



1,323,710 
896.3 



841,476 
1,890.3 



466,447 
2,311.4 



152,320 
1,378.5 



222,709 
1,676.3 



199,604 
1,085.7 



168,556 
772.9 



3,660,602 
8,223.0 



1,546,734 
7,664.5 



901,304 
8,156.6 



1,212,564 
9,126.6 



1,366,199 
7,431.1 



1,323,716 
6,069.9 



11,870 
26.7 



6,436 
31.9 



2,673 
24.2 



2,761 
20.8 



2,307 
12.5 



1,764 
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32,312 
72.6 



11,714 
58,0 



8,604 

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11,994 
90.3 



11,397 
62.0 



10,069 
46.2 



402,946 
905.2 



240,031 
1.189.4 



73,341 
663.7 



89,574 
674.2 



71,048 
386.4 



54.814 
251.3 



394,348 
885.8 



208,266 
1,032,0 



67,702 
612.7 



118,380 
891.0 



114.852 
624.7 



101,909 
467.3 



875,439 
1,966.5 



357,555 
1,771.8 



214,175 
1,938.2 



303,709 
2,285.9 



334,659 
1.820.3 



299,448 
1,373.1 



2,036,634 
4,575.0 



793,628 
3,932.6 



535,584 
4,846.9 



707,422 
5,324.6 



856,739 
4,660.0 



863,065 
3,957.6 



748,529 
1,681.5 



395,551 
1,960.1 



151,545 
1,371.4 



201,433 
1,516.1 



174,801 
950.8 



161,203 
739.2 



192 



Table 16. — Crime Rates, Offenses Known to the Police, Population Group, 1991 — Continued 

[1991 estimated population. Rate: Number of crimes per 100,000 mhabilants) 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



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Murder 
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man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
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assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



Group IV 

504 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 21.061,000: 

Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group V 

1,440 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; 
population 22,777,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group VI 

5,481 cities under 10,000; 
population 19,132,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Suburban Counties 

1,085 agencies; 
population 44.224.000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Rural Counties' 

2,388 agencies; 
population 25.442,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



1.262.296 
5,993.5 



1.148,334 
5.041.7 



938,527 
4,905.5 



1,866,065 
4,219.6 



557,589 
2,191.6 



122,176 
580.1 



95,034 
417.2 



72,122 
377.0 



207,779 
469.8 



54,349 
2 1 3.6 



1,140,120 
5,413.4 



1,053.300 
4,624.5 



866,405 
4,528.6 



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3,749.8 



503.240 
1,978.0 



1.165 
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937 
4.1 



686 
3.6 



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1,429 
5.6 



8,073 
38.3 



7.002 
30.7 



4,770 
24.9 



16.344 
37.0 



6,473 
25.4 



34,539 
164.0 



21,153 
92.9 



10,744 
56,2 



53,872 
121.8 



4,316 
17.0 



78.399 

372.2 



65.942 
289.5 



55,922 
292.3 



134,850 
304.9 



42,131 
165.6 



249,639 
1,185.3 



217.252 
953.8 



171,042 
894.0 



461,327 
1.043.2 



88,526 
741.0 



780,746 
3.707.0 



755.820 
3,318.4 



645.149 
3,377.3 



1.012,987 
2,290.6 



283,410 
1,114.0 



109,735 
521.0 



80,228 
352.2 



49,214 
257.2 



183,972 
416.0 



31,304 
123.0 



Suburban .Area' 

5,433 agencies; 
population 87,331,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



4,051,801 
4,651.0 



389,274 
445.7 



3.672,527 
4,205.3 



4,383 
5.0 



28.451 
32.6 



101,884 
116.7 



254,556 
291.5 



871,739 
998,2 



2,431,200 
2,783.9 



369,588 
423.2 



'Arson rates are not presented in this table because fewer agencies furnished complete reports for arson than for the other seven Crime Index offenses. Independently tabulated arson rales 
appear on page 54 of this publication. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault 

^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included tor the property crime of arson. 

'Includes state police agencies with no county breakdown. 

Mncludes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

Population figures were rounded to the nearest thousand. All rates were calculated on the population before rounding. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national 
UCR guidelines See Appendix I for details 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



193 



Table 17. — Crime Rates, Offenses Known to the Police, Suburban and Nonsuburban Cities', Population Group, 1991 

(1991 estimaled population. Rate: Number of crimes per 100.000 inhabitants] 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total- 



Violent 
crime^ 



Property 
crime^ 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



Arson^ 



Suburban Cities 

TOTAL SUBURBAN CITIES: 
4,348 cities: 
population 43,108,000: 

Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group IV 

456 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 15.842.000; 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group V 

1,044 cities. 10.000 to 24,999; 
population 16,617,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group VI 

2,848 cities under 10,000; 
population 10.649.000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Nonsuburban Cities 

TOTAL NONSUBURBAN 
CITIES: 3,177 cities; 
population 19,862,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group IV 

148 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 5,219,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group V 

396 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; 
population 6,160,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Group VI 

2,633 cities under 10.000; 
population 8.483.000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



2,195,704 

5,093.5 



880,136 

5,555.7 



769,782 
4,632.5 



545,786 
5,125.3 



1,153,330 
5,806.7 



382,156 
7.322.3 



378.437 
6.143.8 



392,737 
4,629.6 



181,463 

421.0 



2,014,241 

4,672.6 



1,670 

3.9 



12,075 

28.0 



48,012 

111.4 



119,706 

277.7 



410,412 

952.1 



1,418,213 

3,289.9 



185,616 

430.6 



84,157 
531.2 



61,628 
370.9 



35,678 
335.0 



795,979 
5,024.5 



708,154 
4,261.7 



510,108 
4,790.3 



790 
5.0 



572 
3.4 



308 
2.9 



5,155 
32.5 



4,461 
26.8 



2,459 
23.1 



25,147 
158.7 



15,944 
96.0 



6,921 
65.0 



53,065 
335.0 



40.65 1 
244.6 



25,990 
244.1 



171,483 
1,082.5 



144,078 
867.1 



94,851 
890.7 



536,375 
3,385.8 



499,937 
3,008.6 



381,901 
3,586.3 



88,121 
556.2 



64,139 
386.0 



33,356 
313.2 



107,746 
542.5 



1,045,584 
5,264.3 



1,118 
5.6 



7,647 
38.5 



18,424 
92.8 



80,557 
405.6 



227,521 
1,145.5 



764,502 
3,849.1 



53,561 
269.7 



38.015 
728.4 



33,291 
540.5 



36,440 
429.6 



344,141 
6,593.9 



345,146 
5,603.3 



356,297 
4,200.0 



375 

7.2 



365 
5.9 



378 
4.5 



2,914 
55.8 



2,426 
39.4 



2.307 

27.2 



9.392 
180.0 



5.209 
84.6 



3.823 
45.1 



25.334 
485.4 



25,291 
410.6 



29,932 
352.8 



78,156 
1,497.5 



73,174 
1,187.9 



76,191 
898.1 



244,371 
4,682.3 



255,883 
4,154.1 



264,248 
3.115.0 



21,614 
414.1 



16,089 
261.2 



15,858 
186.9 



'Suburban places are within Melropolilan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and include suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within the metropolitan area. Central cities are excluded. 
Nonsuburban places are outside MSAs. 

^Arson rates are not presented in this table because fewer agencies furnished complete reports for arson than for the other seven Crime Index offenses. Independently tabulated arson rates 
appear on page 54 of this publication. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

•Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

Population figures were rounded to the nearest thousand. All rates were calculated on the population before rounding. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines. See Appendix I for details. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



194 



Table 18. — Crime Rates, OfTenses Known to the Police, Suburban and Nonsuburban Counties, Population Group, 1991 

11991 estimated population. Rate: Number of crimes per 100,000 inhabitants] 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 
total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime- 



Property 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



Suburban Counties^ 

100,000 and over 

107 counties; 
population 26,865,000: 

Number of offenses known 
Rate 



25,000 to 99,999 

295 counties; 
population 14,958,000: 
Number of olTenses known 
Rate 



Under 25,000 

683 counties: 
population 2,401,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Nonsuburban Counties^ 

25,000 and over 

259 counties; 
population 10,445,000: 
Number of ofTenses known 
Rate 



10,000 to 24,999 

626 counties; 
population 9,972.000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



Under 10,000 

1,409 counties; 
population 4,487,000: 
Number of offenses known 
Rate 



1,342,707 
4,997.9 



393.188 
2,628.6 



1 30, 1 9 1 
5,423.3 



228,376 
2.186.5 



179,925 
1,804.4 



127,201 
2,834.9 



155,965 
580.5 



38.520 

257.5 



13,315 

554.7 



22.526 
215.7 



17,042 
170.9 



13.367 
297.9 



1.186,742 
4.417.4 



354,668 
2,371.1 



116.876 
4,868.6 



205,850 
1,970.9 



162.883 
1,633.5 



113,834 
2,537.0 



1,875 
7.0 



627 
4.2 



534 

5.1 



466 

4.7 



401 
8.9 



10,473 
39.0 



4,093 

27.4 



1,799 
74.9 



2,576 
24.7 



1.652 
16.6 



1,972 
43.9 



47,432 
176.6 



4.653 
31.1 



1,787 
74.4 



2,207 
21.1 



1,246 
12.5 



760 
16.9 



96,185 
358.0 



29.147 
194.9 



9,518 
396.5 



17,209 
164.8 



13,678 
137.2 



10,234 
228.1 



313,299 
1.166.2 



118.767 
794,0 



29.261 
1,218.9 



75,782 
725.6 



64,338 
645.2 



41,973 
935.4 



733.848 
2,731.6 



212,624 
1,421.5 



66,515 
2,770.8 



117.589 
1.125.8 



88,855 
891.1 



64,067 
1.427.8 



139,595 
519.6 



23,277 
155.6 



21,100 
879.0 



12,479 
119.5 



9,690 

97.2 



7.794 
173.7 



'Arson rates are not presented in this table because fewer agencies furnished complete reports for arson than for the other seven Crime Index offenses. Independently tabulated arson rates 
appear on page 54 of this publication 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

^Offenses include sheriffs' and county law enforcement agencies Slate police offenses are nol included. 

Population figures were rounded to the nearest thousand. All rates were calculated on the population before rounding. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines. See Appendix I for details. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



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197 



Table 20.— Murder, State, Type of Weapon, 


1991 
















State 


Total 
murders' 


Total 
firearms 


Handguns 


Rifles 


Shotguns 


Firearms 

(type 
unknown) 


Knives or 

cutting 
instruments 


Other 
weapons 


Hands, 

fists, 

feet, etc. 




434 

40 

234 

260 

3,876 

197 

166 

37 

478 

707 

45 

15 

1,224 

306 

151 

247 
312 

566 
214 
978 
116 
206 
502 
9 

53 
131 

35 
401 
107 
2,337 
741 
3 
701 
229 
149 
707 

37 
293 

11 

381 

2,659 

52 

10 
584 
204 
109 
236 

15 


314 
17 

151 

180 

2,690 

93 

104 
11 

385 

465 

17 

7 

830 

206 

90 

177 
212 

372 
112 
676 

53 

146 

317 

8 

33 

79 

13 
186 

58 

1,653 

474 

1 

450 

137 

67 
439 

18 

182 

1 

263 

1,840 

26 

6 

391 

96 

72 
137 

10 


235 

8 

111 

116 

2,252 

76 

93 

7 

383 

383 

14 

3 

736 

161 

69 
130 
173 

341 

83 

391 

41 

120 

94 

3 

29 

65 

9 

152 

41 

1,564 

341 


19 

4 

11 

32 

175 

5 

3 


27 

I 

15 

28 

188 

8 

5 


33 
4 

14 
4 

75 
4 
3 
4 


60 
8 
38 
45 
578 
43 
31 
13 
57 

124 

11 

5 

207 
46 

19 

- 29 

64 

104 

59 

149 

25 

33 

48 

1 

8 

26 

13 

84 

25 

323 

116 


43 
10 
27 
27 
423 
42 
19 
10 
36 

92 
15 

128 
34 

17 
24 
21 

66 
34 

109 
26 
19 

113 


17 




5 




18 




8 




183 




19 




12 




3 






2 
42 




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29 

2 
2 
17 

7 

8 
15 
6 

12 


11 


26 




2 




2 
26 

27 

13 

22 
13 

16 
5 
79 
10 
13 
21 
1 

2 

4 

1 

17 

4 

52 

90 


2 




51 
II 


59 




20 


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25 




10 
20 

3 
24 
136 


17 




15 


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24 




9 




70 

2 

13 

11 

4 

1 

7 

3 

11 

12 

19 

43 

1 

4 

10 

5 

22 


44 




12 






8 




191 


24 






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1 
3 


8 
16 

3 

72 

16 

227 

121 

2 
96 
34 
36 
86 

7 
27 

3 

47 

316 

12 

2 
61 
57 
14 
43 


4 




10 




6 




6 

1 
18 


59 




8 


New York 


134 




30 


North Dakota 








389 
109 
53 
366 
8 
143 


28 

16 

6 

33 

2 
20 

1 

37 

174 

1 


29 

2 

3 

18 
8 
6 


89 
36 
39 

125 

9 

61 

6 

54 

398 

8 

2 

94 

38 

19 

33 

2 


66 




22 




7 




57 




3 




13 


23 




1 


Tennessee 


209 

1,317 

22 

3 

340 

76 

47 

98 

7 


16 
79 

3 

3 
17 

6 
10 

9 


1 
270 


17 


Texas 


IDS 


Utah 


6 








Virginia 


26 
8 

14 

10 

3 


8 

6 

1 

20 


38 




13 




4 




23 




3 











'Total number of murders for which supplemental homicide data were received. 
^Data for 1991 were not available for the Slates of Florida, Iowa, and Maine. 



198 



Table 21.— Robbery, State, Type of Weapon, 1991 



State 



Total 
robberies' 



Firearms 



Knives or 

cutting 
instruments 



Other 
weapons 



Strong- 
armed 



Agency 
count 



Population 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

lowa^ 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



6,101 

631 

1.046 

3,210 

123,756 

3,483 

6,700 

1,456 

7,269 

45,258 

16,572 

986 

198 

8,670 

5,210 

3,406 

3,077 

11,162 

250 

19,772 

9,280 

22,553 

4,344 

2,201 

12,135 

99 

858 

3,888 

348 

22,609 

1,595 

110,265 

11,202 

12 

21,487 

4,091 

4,348 

20,793 

1,234 

6,087 

125 

9,818 

49,690 

974 

40 

8,651 

6,945 

778 

5,893 

78 



2.725 

211 

474 

1,356 

44,446 

1,034 

2,591 

325 

3,113 

17,458 

7,724 

70 

65 

2,740 

2,252 

1,375 

1,077 

6,642 

39 

10.110 

2.268 

10,073 

2,666 

1,065 

5,474 

37 

298 

1,659 

73 

6,744 

717 

44,758 

4,084 

4 

7,829 

1,690 

1,258 

7,728 

319 

2,181 

27 

5.042 

21,970 

254 

13 

3.837 

2.098 

319 

3.123 

2S 



615 

82 

138 

402 

14,934 

445 

785 

119 

718 

3.223 

1,241 

62 

29 

783 

585 

358 

334 

778 

27 

1,458 

2,183 

1,916 

225 

188 

930 

14 

99 

419 

46 

2,502 

231 

16,070 

1,184 

2 

1,727 

371 

563 

1,935 

170 

664 

14 

913 

5,749 

86 

8 

747 

721 

65 

453 



879 

45 

62 

177 

13,564 

463 

506 

123 

494 

3,728 

2,296 

24 

20 

478 

297 

510 

234 

666 

16 

1,225 

982 

3,810 

227 

147 

914 

5 

49 

188 

19 

1,754 

122 

9,759 

1,139 

3 

2,234 

249 

353 

1,203 

88 

756 

12 

635 

5,122 

137 

3 

670 

550 

45 

296 



1.882 
293 
372 

1,275 
50,812 

1,541 

2,818 
889 

2,944 
20,849 

5,311 

830 

84 

4,669 

2.076 

1,163 

1,432 

3,076 

168 

6,979 

3.847 

6,754 

1,226 

801 

4,817 

43 

412 

1,622 

210 

1 1 ,609 

525 

39.678 

4.795 

3 

9,697 

1,781 

2,174 

9,927 

657 

2,486 

72 

3,228 

16,849 

497 

16 

3,397 

3,576 

349 

2,021 

37 



234 

21 

4 

175 

744 

92 
204 

48 

2 

302 

313 

5 

86 
530 
116 

244 
477 

70 
118 
ISI 
194 
571 
291 

66 
190 

56 
241 

21 
103 
502 

42 
623 
426 

29 
309 
279 
187 
720 

43 
233 

83 
124 
846 

96 

40 
405 
170 
295 
292 

66 



3,186,000 

533,000 

725,000 

2,337,000 

30,135,000 

2,568,000 

3,053,000 

678,000 

598,000 

10,222,000 

5.189,000 

1,135,000 

976,000 

8,131,000 

3,430,000 

2,311,000 
3.670.000 
3.106,000 
1,002,000 
4.858,000 
4,013,000 
9,045,000 
4,432.000 
1,055,000 
3,836,000 

596,000 
1,559,000 
1,090,000 
1,005,000 
7,580,000 

909,000 
16,101,000 
6,318,000 

234.000 
7,957.000 
3,167,000 
2,859,000 
9,080,000 
1,004,000 
3.557,000 

596,000 

3,124,000 

17,315.000 

1,629,000 

453,000 
6,286.000 
4,567,000 
1,799,000 
4,930,000 

452,000 



'The number of robberies for which breakdowns by type of weapon were received. 
^Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation," 



page 377 for details. 



199 



Table 22.— Aggravated Assault, State, Type of Weapon, 1991 



Slate 



Total 




Knives or 








aggravated 




cutting 


Other 


Personal 


Agency 


assaults' 


Firearms 


instrnments 


weapons 


weapons 


count 


25,806 


7,380 


4.207 


9,987 


4,232 


234 


2,134 


533 


497 


348 


756 


21 


3,000 


807 


490 


1,085 


618 


4 


9,462 


2.555 


1.771 


1,918 


3.218 


175 


187,724 


39,556 


24.633 


54.004 


69,531 


744 


12,440 


3,044 


2.366 


4,109 


2,921 


92 


7.575 


1,255 


1.396 


2,968 


1.956 


204 


2.759 


477 


563 


1,229 


490 


48 


6.706 


1,860 


1.424 


2,762 


660 


2 


77,206 


19,995 


1 5,046 


30,784 


11.381 


302 


23,733 


6,626 


5.276 


7,154 


4,677 


313 


1,338 


176 


187 


283 


692 


5 


2.285 


377 


298 


487 


1,123 


86 


18.414 


4,811 


4.876 


5.332 


3,395 


530 


13.232 


2,294 


1.906 


3,512 


5,520 


116 


7,510 


2.457 


1.360 


2,282 


1,411 


244 


11.627 


2.356 


1.508 


3.028 


4,735 


477 


20,971 


6.995 


3.881 


5,755 


4,340 


70 


949 


40 


126 


238 


545 


118 


23.869 


5.588 


5,053 


9,411 


3,817 


151 


22.174 


2.298 


4.457 


8.519 


6,900 


194 


43.278 


12.182 


7,555 


18.221 


5,320 


571 


7,756 


862 


1,267 


1,591 


4,036 


291 


2,877 


1.073 


615 


552 


637 


66 


21.807 


8.225 


3,582 


6,736 


3,264 


190 


502 


146 


94 


80 


182 


56 


3,954 


858 


726 


1,418 


952 


241 


3,244 


707 


640 


1,079 


818 


21 


533 


70 


88 


110 


265 


103 


23.596 


3.855 


5,565 


7,456 


6,720 


502 


6,830 


1.428 


1,329 


2.537 


1,536 


42 


87,531 


16.651 


19.517 


27.728 


23,635 


623 


27.221 


7.421 


5,577 


6.844 


7.379 


426 


110 


2 


10 


15 


83 


29 


26.358 


6.877 


4,804 


8.149 


6,528 


309 


12,576 


3.426 


2,092 


3.674 


3.384 


279 


8,620 


1,796 


1,596 


2.856 


2.372 


187 


20,401 


3.876 


3,547 


4,414 


8,564 


720 


3.057 


358 


527 


944 


1,228 


43 


26.015 


6.966 


6,323 


9.189 


3,537 


233 


780 


147 


213 


178 


242 


83 


18,195 


5.317 


3,384 


5.685 


3.809 


124 


84,028 


24.034 


17,264 


20.012 


22,718 


846 


3,093 


502 


571 


1.036 


984 


96 


326 


65 


50 


76 


135 


40 


12.344 


2.586 


3,080 


3,073 


3,605 


405 


13.935 


3.177 


2.439 


4,585 


3,734 


170 


2,125 


350 


477 


557 


741 


295 


6,205 


1.257 


903 


1,193 


2,852 


292 


1,199 


156 


213 


292 


538 


66 



Population 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

lowa^ 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



3,186.000 

533,000 

725,000 

2.337.000 

30,135,000 

2.568,000 

3,053.000 

678,000 

598,000 

10,222,000 

5.189,000 

1,135,000 

976,000 

8,131,000 

3,430,000 

2.311,000 
3.670.000 
3.106.000 
1.022,000 
4.858.000 
4,013.000 
9.045.000 
4.432,000 
1,055.000 
3,836.000 

596.000 
1.559.000 
1.090.000 
1.005,000 

758.000 

909.000 
16.101.000 
6.318.000 

234,000 
7.957,000 
3.167.000 
2,859,000 
9,080,000 
1,004,000 
3,557,000 

596,000 

3,124,000 

17,315,000 

1,629,000 

453,000 
6,286,000 
4.567,000 
1,799,000 
4.930.000 

452,000 



'The number of aggravated assaults for which breakdowns by type of weapon were received. 

KTomplete data for 1991 for the State of Iowa were not available. See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 



200 



Table 23.— Offense Analysis, 1991, and Percent Change from 1990 

[12,354 agencies; 1991 estimated population 222,105,000] 



Classirication 



Number of 

otTenses 

1991 



Percent 

change over 

1990 



Percent 

distnbu- 

tion' 



MURDER 

FORCIBLE RAPE 

ROBBERY; 

ToUl 

Street/highway 

Commercial house 

Gas or service station 

Convenience store 

Residence 

Bank 

Miscellaneous 

BURGLARY: 

Total 

Residence (dwelling): 

Night 

Day 

Unknown 

Nonresidence (store, ofTice. etc.): 

Night 

Day 

Unknown 

LARCENY-THEFT (EXCEPT MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT); 
Total 

By type; 

Pocket-picking 

Purse-snatching 

Shoplifting 

From motor vehicles (except accessories) 

Motor vehicle accessories 

Bicycles 

From buildings 

From coin-operated machines 

All others 

By value; 

Over $200 

$50 to $200 

Under $50 

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 



19,782 
93.084 



636,185 



357,579 
74,418 
16,493 
36,474 
62,526 
10,193 
78,502 



2,763,793 



1,828,151 
581,263 
787,997 
458,891 
935.642 
438.962 
224.057 
272.623 



7,150,692 



73.010 

73.055 

1.179.658 

1.605.003 

1.010.373 

417.318 

1.014.443 

69.667 

1.708.165 

2.561.144 
1.695.379 
2.894,169 

1.521,958 



-(-4.7 
-I-.9 



-1-7.0 



-t-6.3 
-1-11.6 
-t-2.8 
-1-2.2 
-1-9.2 
-1-17.2 
-1-6.3 



-1-1.9 



-I-I.9 
-I-I.3 

-I-.4 
-1-5.4 
-1-1.8 

-I-.4 
-3.1 
-1-8.8 



-H.5 



-1.4 
-1.4 
-(-3.0 
-1-3.0 
-3.7 
■(-6.9 
+ 1.4 
-(-26.9 
-I-.6 

-(-1.4 
-(-1.2 
-(-1.8 

-(-1.5 



100.0 



56.2 
11.7 
2.6 
5.7 
9.8 
1.6 
12.3 



100.0 



66.1 
21.0 
28.5 
16.6 
33.9 
15.9 
8.1 
9.9 



1 00.0 



1.0 

1.0 
16.5 
22.4 
I4.I 

5.8 
14.2 

1.0 
23.9 

35.8 
23.7 
40.5 



'Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 

Data for 1991 were not available for the Stale of Iowa; See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



Table 24. — Type and Value of Property Stolen and Recovered, 1991 

112,354 agencies; 1991 estimated population 222.105,000) 





Value of property 


Percent 


Type of properly 


Stolen 


Recovered 


recovered 


Total' 


$14,972,819,000 


$5,360,489,000 


38.4 




911.708.000 

1.313.037.000 
360.889.000 

7,671,285,000 
320,434,000 

1,106,944,000 

123,137,000 

256,096,000 

114,570,000 

28,014,000 

2,766,706,000 


45,979,000 

57,175,000 

40,866,000 

4,866,216,000 

29,072,000 

51.848,000 

12.344.000 

15.571.000 

13.915.000 

3.237.000 

224.268.000 


5.0 




4.4 




11.3 




63.4 




9.1 




4.7 




10.0 




6.1 




12.1 




11.6 




8.1 







'All totals and percentages calculated before rounding. 



SECTION III 
Crime Index Offenses Cleared 



For UCR purposes, law enforcement agencies clear or 
solve an offense when at least one person is arrested, 
charged with the commission of the offense, and turned 
over to the court for prosecution. Clearances recorded in 
1991 may be for offenses which occurred in prior years. 
Several crimes may be cleared by the arrest of one person, 
while the arrest of many persons may clear only one 
offense. Law enforcement agencies may clear a crime by 
exceptional means when some element beyond law en- 
forcement control precludes the placing of formal charges 
against the offender. Examples of circumstances allowing 
such clearances are the death of the offender (suicide, 
justifiably killed by police or private citizen, etc.); the 
victim's refusal to cooperate with prosecution after the 
offender has been identified; or the denial of extradition 
because the offender committed another crime and is being 
prosecuted in a different jurisdiction. In all exceptional 
clearance cases, law enforcement must have identified the 
offender, have enough evidence to support arrest, and 
know the offender's location. 

Law enforcement agencies nationwide recorded a 21- 
percent Crime Index clearance rate for 1991. Collectively, 
45 percent of violent crimes were cleared. Among the 
violent offenses, the rates were 67 percent for murder, 52 
percent for forcible rape, 24 percent for robbery, and 57 
percent for aggravated assault. Clearances for crimes 
against persons (murder, forcible rape, and aggravated 
assault) are generally higher as more intense investigative 
efforts are often given these offenses and witnesses are 
frequently available to identify the perpetrators. 

The overall property crime clearance rate was 18 per- 
cent. Thirteen percent of the burglaries, 20 percent of the 
larceny-thefts, 14 percent of motor vehicle thefts, and 16 
percent of arsons were cleared during the year. 

When considering the Modified Crime Index total which 
includes arson, the overall clearance rate remained the 
same, 21 percent. 

The highest total Crime Index clearance rates geographi- 
cally were registered in the South and West, with 22 
percent. Following were the Northeast and Midwest, each 
with 20 percent. For violent crime overall, the highest 
clearance rates were recorded in the South and the West, 
each with 48 percent. In the Northeast and Midwest, the 



rates were 40 percent. Property crime clearance rates were 
1 8 percent in the Midwest, South, and West and 1 7 percent 
in the Northeast. 

By community type, city law enforcement agencies 
showed clearances for 21 percent of the Crime Index 
offenses brought to their attention. Those in suburban 
counties cleared 20 percent, and those in rural counties, 23 
percent. Among the population groups, cities with 10,000 
to 24,999 inhabitants registered the highest total Crime 
Index clearance rate, 26 percent. The highest violent crime 
clearance rates were recorded in the rural counties with 63 
percent. Like Crime Index clearance rates, those for 
property crimes were highest for cities with populations 
from 10,000 to 24,999. (See Table 25.) 

Clearances Involving Only Persons under 18 Years of 
Age 

Involvement of juveniles in crime can be measured by 
the number of crimes in which they have been identified as 
the offenders. Even though no physical arrest has been 
made, a clearance by arrest is recorded when an offender 
under 18 years of age is cited to appear in juvenile court or 
before other juvenile authorities. Since the juvenile clear- 
ance percentages shown in this publication indicate only 
those offenses where no adults were involved, they should 
be considered a slight underestimation of juvenile involve- 
ment in crime. Juveniles (persons under 18 years of age) 
account for 26 percent of the United States population, 
according to 1991 Bureau of the Census estimates. 

Nineteen percent of the Crime Index offenses cleared by 
law enforcement during 1991 involved only young people 
under age 18. Persons in this age group accounted for II 
percent of the violent crime clearances and 22 percent of 
those for property crimes. Murder showed the lowest 
percentage of juvenile involvement (8 percent), while the 
highest percentage was shown for arson (40 percent). 

Geographically, the Midwestern States recorded the 
largest percentage of Crime Index offense involvement by 
the under- 18 age group — 22 percent. Juveniles alone were 
the offenders in 21 percent of the clearances in the Western 
States, 1 9 percent of those in the Southern States, and 1 5 
percent of those in the Northeastern States. 



202 



CHART 3.1 



CRIMES CLEARED 
by ARREST 

1991 



c 
u 



100 
90 
80 
70 
60 
50 
40 
30 
20 
10 




Wr 



57% 




Murder 



Assravated 
Assault 



Forcible 
Rape 



Robbery 



Crimes 



Violence 

[jM Not Cleared 



Cleared 



c 
a. 



100 
90 
80 
70 
60 
50 
40 
30 
20 
10 





13% 



14% 



Burslary 



Larceny-Theft Motor Vehicle 

Theft 



Crimes 
Against 
Property 

Not Cleared 
Cleared 



Table 25. — Ofienses Known and Percent Cleared by Arrest', Population Group, 1991 

(1991 estimated population] 



Population group 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 


Violent 
cnme' 


Property 
crime' 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson' 


TOTAL ALL AGENCIES; 
12.868 agencies; 
population 225,163,000: 

Offenses known 

Percent cleared by arrest 


13,334,099 
21.2 


13,432,846 
21.2 


1.682,487 

44.7 


11.651.612 

17.8 


21,924 

67.2 


92,398 
51.8 


611,531 
24J 


956,634 

56.5 


2,819,548 
13.5 


7,31132 
20J 


1,520,762 
13.9 


98,747 
15.9 


TOTAL CTTIES: 9.009 cities; 
population 152,573,000: 


10,832,323 
21.3 


10,909,524 
21.3 


1,417,568 
42.9 


9.414,755 
18.1 


17,743 
66.2 


70,452 
51J 


551,591 
23.9 


777,782 
55.1 


2,149,795 
13.1 


5,970,319 
20.9 


1,294,641 
13.1 


77,201 


Percent cleared by arrest 


14.9 


Group I 

62 cities. 250,000 and over; 
population 42.713.000; 
Offenses known 


4.213.699 
18.3 

1,693,286 
17.8 

1.136.289 
18.7 

1,384.124 
18.7 

1.546,452 
21.6 

1.531.754 
21.8 


4.249.664 
18.2 

1.710.476 
17.7 

1.143,840 
18.6 

1,395,348 
18.6 

1.557.997 
21,6 

1.541,498 
21.7 


748.515 
37.8 

377.870 
36.2 

161,606 
39.4 

209.039 
39.5 

194.928 
45.6 

1 70,502 
44.1 


3.465.184 
14.1 

1.315,416 
12.5 

974,683 
15.2 

1,175,085 
14.9 

1.351.524 
18.1 

1.361.252 
19.0 


10.873 
63.0 

5.511 
62.3 

2,789 
62.6 

2,573 
64.8 

2.226 
70.9 

1.763 
66.5 


30.642 

52.5 

10.082 
53.4 

9.012 
57.1 

11.548 
48.1 

10.949 
48.9 

9.715 
48.2 


355.993 
21.8 

196,248 
21.1 

76,193 
22.3 

83.552 
22.7 

69.753 
27.4 

55.948 
25.1 


351.007 
52.1 

166.029 
52.1 

73,612 
53.9 

111.366 
50.7 

112.000 
56.1 

103.076 
53.7 


834,038 
11.6 

305.321 
10.6 

234,596 
12.8 

294,121 
II.6 

330,810 
12.9 

310,303 
12.8 


1,925,214 
16.5 

661,940 
15.4 

574.563 
16.6 

688,711 
17.4 

851.207 
21.1 

885,658 
22.4 


705.932 
10.6 

348.155 
8.5 

165.524 
14.2 

192,253 
11.2 

169.507 
13.5 

165.291 
12.1 


35,965 


Percent cleared by arrest 

7 cities. 1,000.000 and over; 
population 17.369,000: 
Offenses known 


10.5 
17,190 


Percent cleared by arrest 

18 cities. 500.000 to 999.999; 
population 12.046.000; 
Offenses known 


6.4 

7,551 


Percent cleared by arrest 

37 cities, 250,000 to 499.999; 
population 13.298,000; 
Offenses known 


14.6 
11,224 


Percent cleared by arrest 

Group II 

124 cities. 100.000 to 249.999; 
population 18,301,000: 


14.1 
11,545 


Percent cleared by arrest 

Group III 

336 cities. 50.000 to 99.999; 
population 23.003.000: 


18.7 
9,744 


Percent cleared by arrest 

See footnotes at end of table. 


14.8 



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Table 25. — Offenses Known and Percent Cleared by Arrest', 


Population Group, 


991— Continued 












Population group 


Crime 
Index 

total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
lotal= 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime* 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson- 


Group IV 


























650 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 


























population 22,591,000: 


























Offenses known 


1,329.740 


1,337,659 


126,935 


1,202.805 


1.192 


7.764 


35.939 


82,040 


263,220 


824,928 


114,657 


7,919 


Percent cleared by arrest 


23.9 


23.8 


48,3 


21,3 


71,0 


50,4 


28.7 


56,3 


14,2 


24,3 


16,0 


16.9 


Group V 


























1.540 cities. 10.000 to 24.999, 


























population 24.377.000: 


























Offenses known 


1.211.824 


1,218,197 


100,478 


1,111,346 


970 


6,665 


22.552 


70.291 


228.951 


796,832 


85,563 


6.373 


Percent cleared by arrest 


25.5 


25.5 


53,0 


23,1 


76,8 


51,6 


31,0 


59,8 


15,5 


25,4 


21,2 


21,7 


Group VI 


























6,297 cities under 10.000; 


























population 21.587,000: 


























Offenses known 


998.854 


1.004.509 


76.210 


922.644 


719 


4.717 


11.406 


59,368 


182.473 


686,480 


53,691 


5.655 


Percent cleared by arrest 


24,4 


24.4 


61.1 


21.4 


76.8 


56,4 


35,0 


66.3 


16.6 


22.1 


28,5 


25.0 


Suburban Counties 


























1.210 agencies; 


























population 46.070,000: 


























OfTenses known 


1.936.740 


1.953,044 


209.814 


1.726.926 


2,716 


1 5.806 


55.784 


135,508 


476,943 


1,055,733 


194.250 


16.304 


Percent cleared by arrest 


20,0 


20,0 


51,8 


16,2 


66,8 


52.8 


26,7 


61,7 


13,8 


17.3 


16.1 


18.4 


Rural Counties 


























2.649 agencies; 


























population 26.520.000: 


























Offenses known 


565.036 


570,278 


55,105 


509.931- 


1,465 


6.140 


4,156 


43,344 


192,810 


285.250 


31.871 


5,242 


Percent cleared by arrest 


22.9 


22-9 


63.0 


18,6 


79.9 


54.5 


40,3 


65,8 


16,5 


18.4 


32,8 


21,9 


Suburban Area' 


























6.094 agencies; 


























population 93.038.000: 


























Offenses known 


4.274.723 


4,304.312 


403.636 


3.871,087 


4.464 


27.540 


107,208 


264,424 


914,518 


2,564.071 


392.498 


29.589 


Percent cleared by arrest 


21.7 


21,7 


51,2 


18,6 


67.2 


52.3 


27,7 


60,4 


14,1 


20,5 


16,6 


18.9 



'Includes offenses cleared by exceptional means, 

H'he number of agency reports used in arson clearance rates is less than used in compiling clearance rates for other Crime Index offenses. Ii is not necessary to report clearances by detailed 
property classification to be included in this table. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson. 

Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robber., and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft Data are not included for the properly crime of arson. 

'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of Stale Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation," page 377 for details. 



205 



Table 26. — Offenses Known and Percent Cleared by Arrest', Geographic Region and Division, 1991 

(1991 estimated population] 



Geographic region/ 
division 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total^ 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime* 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson^ 


TOTAL 


























12.868 agencies; population 
225,163,000: 


13,334,099 
21.2 


13,432,846 
21.2 


1,682,487 

44.7 


11,651,612 

17.8 


21,924 
67.2 


92,398 
51.8 


611,531 

24.3 


956,634 
56.5 


2,819,548 
13.5 


7,311,302 
20.3 


1,520,762 
13.9 


98,747 


Percent cleared by arrest 


15.9 


New Enoij^nd 


























660 agencies; population 
10,750,000: 

Offenses known 


557.704 
22.1 


561.200 
22.0 


59.987 
48.7 


497.717 
18.9 


491 
72.1 


3,400 
52.1 


18,942 
26.4 


37,154 
59.5 


123,367 
15.2 


292,275 
21.4 


82,075 
15.3 


3,496 


Percent cleared by arrest 


15.2 


Middle Atlantic 


























2,282 agencies; population 
37,101,000: 

OtTenses known 


1.940.971 
19.6 


1.958.715 
19.5 


310,460 
37.9 


1,630,511 
16.1 


3,714 
62.8 


10,570 
58.5 


157,593 
23.1 


138,583 
52.5 


362,994 
13.0 


959,866 
19.5 


307,651 
8.8 


17,744 


Percent cleared by arrest 


11.2 


Northeast 


























2,942 agencies; population 
47,851,000: 


2,498,675 
20.1 


2,519,915 
20.0 


370,447 
39,7 


2,128,228 
16.7 


4,205 
63.9 


13,970 
57.0 


176,535 
23.4 


175,737 
54.0 


486,361 
13.6 


1,252,141 
20.0 


389,726 
10.2 


21,240 


Percent cleared by arrest 


11.9 


East North Central 


























2,181 agencies; population 
34.627,000; 


1,819,105 
19.6 


1.833,697 
19.5 


190,007 
39.3 


1,629,098 
17.3 


2.587 
64.8 


15,175 
39.6 


63.961 
21.1 


108,284 
49.4 


357,372 
10.9 


1,092,851 
19.8 


178,875 
14.7 


14,592 


Percent cleared by arrest 


12.9 


West North Central 


























1.177 agencies; population 
13,334,000: 


678.167 
21.0 


682.718 
20.9 


69,265 
41.7 


608,902 
18.6 


834 
70.6 


5,119 
42.6 


20,979 
20,2 


42,333 
51.6 


138,165 
12.1 


414,286 
21.0 


56,451 
17.0 


4,551 


Percent cleared by arrest 


11.2 


Midwest 


























3,358 agencies; population 
47,961,000: 


2,497,272 
20.0 


2,516,415 
19.9 


259,272 
39.9 


2,238,000 

17.7 


3,421 
66.2 


20,294 
40.4 


84,940 
20.9 


150,617 
50.0 


495,537 
11.2 


1,507,137 
20.1 


235,326 
15.2 


19,143 


Percent cleared by arrest 


12.S 


South Atlantic 


























2,309 agencies; population 
39,575,000: 


2.510,952 
22.3 


2,524,320 
22.4 


310,949 
48.4 


2,200,003 
18.7 


4,240 
70.3 


15.853 
59.0 


109,716 
25.7 


181.140 
60.8 


574,988 
15.7 


1,406.914 
19.7 


218,101 
19.6 


13,368 


Percent cleared by arrest 


24.0 


East South Central 


























952 agencies; population 
11,398,000: 


584,021 
23.3 


587.909 
23.2 


89,373 
47.5 


494,648 
18.9 


1.253 

77.5 


4,994 
54.5 


19.842 
28.0 


63,284 
52.5 


142.559 
14.4 


302,073 
21.5 


50,016 
16.3' 


3,888 


Percent cleared by arrest 


17.9 


West South Central 


























1,398 agencies; population 
25.899,000: 


1.884.087 
20.5 


1,897.239 
20.5 


211,836 
46.5 


1,672,251 
17.2 


3,787 
69.9 


13,300 

57.3 


68,101 
26.1 


126,648 
55.7 


437,344 
13.6 


1,023,061 
19.3 


211,846 
14.6 


13,152 


Percent cleared by arrest .... 


19.1 



See footnotes at end of table. 



206 



Table 26. — Offenses Known and Percent Cleared by .\rrest'. 


Geograph 


c Region 


and Division. 1991- 


-Continued 








Geographic region/ 
division 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
lotal^ 


Violent 
crime' 


Property 
crime' 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


.Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson^ 


Soirra 


























4,661 agencies; population 


























76,872,000: 


























Offenses known 


4,979,060 


5,009,468 


612,158 


4,366,902 


9,280 


34.147 


197,659 


371,072 


1,154,891 


2,732,048 


479.963 


30.408 


Percent cleared by arrest 


21.7 


21.7 


47.6 


18.1 


71.1 


57.7 


26.0 


57.6 


14.7 


19.7 


17.1 


21.1 


Mountain 


























736 agencies; population 


























12.983.000: 


























Offenses known 


757.897 
24.0 


762.776 
24,0 


66,828 
52,3 


691.069 
21 3 


790 
67,2 


5.472 
47.6 


15.483 

25,4 


45.083 
61,8 


151.755 
12.6 


478,223 
24.4 


61.091 
18.2 


4,879 


Percent cleared by arrest 


23.5 


Pacific 


























1.171 agencies; population 


























39,495.000: 


























Offenses known 


2,601.195 


2.624.272 
21.5 


373.782 
46,7 


2.227.413 
17,3 


4.228 
62.5 


18,515 
50,7 


136.914 
24,8 


214.125 
60.1 


531.004 
13.0 


i.. 34 1,753 
20,5 


354.656 
11.9 


23,077 


Percent cleared by arrest 


21.6 


13.8 


West 


























1,907 agencies; population 


























52,478,000; 


























Offenses known 


3,359,092 
22.1 


3,387,048 
22.1 


440,610 

47.6 


2,918,482 
18.3 


5.018 
63.3 


23.987 
50.0 


152,397 
24.9 


259,208 
60.4 


682,759 
12.9 


1.819.976 
21.5 


415.747 
12.9 


27.956 


Percent cleared by arrest 


15.5 



'Includes ofTenses cleared by exceptional means, 

The number of agency reports used in arson clearance rates is less than used in compiling clearance rates for other Crime Index offenses. It is not necessary to report clearances by detailed 
property classification to be mcluded in this table. The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crimes are ofTenses of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not In accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa. See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 



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Table 28.— Offenses Cleared by Arrest' of Persons Under 18 Years of Age, 1991 

[1991 estimated population) 



Population group 



Crime 
Index 

total 



Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total' 



Violent 
crime' 



Property 
crime* 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 

vehicle 

theft 



TOTAL ALL AGENCIES; 
12,024 agencies; 
populalion 215,036.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

TOTAL CITIES: 8.582 cities; 
population 147,307.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

Group I 

58 cities, 250,000 and over, 
population 40,954.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

7 cities, 1,000,000 and over; 
population 17.369.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

16 cities, 500,000 to 999.999; 
population 10.828.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

35 cities. 250.000 to 499.999; 
population 12.757.000; 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

Group II 

121 cities, 100,000 to 249,999; 
population 17,686,000; 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

Group III 

330 cities, 50.000 to 99.999; 
populalion 22.611,000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 

Group IV 

633 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; 
population 22,008.000: 

Total clearances 

Percent under 18 



2,710,431 
19.3 



2,215,204 
19.1 



734,836 
14,0 



300,954 
9,1 



185,686 
16.9 



248,196 
17.8 



321,264 
18.1 



327,613 

22.5 



303.088 
22.9 



2,725,456 
19.4 



2,226,323 
19.2 



711,819 
11.4 



576,934 
11.0 



1,998,612 
22.1 



1,638,270 
22.0 



13,725 

7.7 



10,969 
8.0 



45,409 
13.3 



34,577 
11.8 



142,728 
13.4 



126,627 
12.9 



509,957 
10.7 



404,761 
10.5 



361,572 
19.1 



268,170 
18.1 



1,433,263 

22.7 



1,206,225 

22.7 



203,777 
22.9 



163,875 

23.2 



738.337 
14.1 



302.051 
9.2 



186.549 
17.0 



249.737 
17.9 



323,404 
18.2 



329.044 
22,6 



304.407 
23.1 



270.057 
9.0 



1 36,825 
5.8 



53.558 
13.0 



79.674 
11.7 



84.359 
11.6 



73.631 
13.3 



56.545 
14.1 



464.779 
16.9 



164,129 
11.9 



132.128 
18.4 



168.522 
20.7 



236,905 
20.4 



253.982 
25.2 



246.543 
25.0 



6,275 
7.7 



3,435 
6.4 



1.307 
9.1 



1.533 
9.5 



1.508 
8.9 



1.158 
8.6 



803 
7.6 



15,226 
9.7 



5,379 
6.3 



4.496 
13.3 



5,351 
10.1 



5,189 
10.8 



4,566 
13.9 



3,752 
15.8 



73,960 
10.3 



41,464 
7.0 



14,266 
15.2 



18.230 
14,1 



18.546 
14.6 



13.818 
17.2 



9.887 
18.8 



174.596 
8.4 



86.547 
5.2 



33.489 
12.2 



54.560 
11.1 



59.116 
10.8 



54,089 
12.4 



42,103 
12.9 



89,802 
12.3 



32.480 
7.6 



25.151 
13.0 



32,171 
16.5 



40,953 
16.0 



38,907 
20.9 



35.758 
22.2 



303.105 
16.8 



102.175 
12.1 



85.732 
17.7 



115.198 
20.3 



173,668 
20.8 



195.377 
26.1 



193.132 

25.7 



71,872 
23.2 



29,474 
15.7 



21,245 
28.0 



21.153 
29.0 



22.284 
24.7 



19.698 

25.4 



17,653 
23.4 



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Table 28.— Offenses Cleared by Arrest' of Persons Under 18 Years of Age, 1991— Continued 



Populalion group 


Crime 
Index 
total 


Modified 
Crime 
Index 
total- 


Violent 
crime^ 


Property 
crime* 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larcenv- 
theft 


Motor 

vehicle 

theft 


Arson^ 


Group V 

1,484 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; 
population 23,500,000: 
Total clearances 


295,247 

22.7 

233,156 
22.4 

375,586 
21.0 

119,641 
16.1 


296,596 
22.8 

234,535 
22.6 

378,451 
21.2 

120,682 
16.2 


49,515 
13.2 

42,827 
12.6 

104,926 
14.0 

29,959 
8.2 


245.732 
24.6 

190,329 
24.6 

270,660 
23.8 

89,682 
18.7 


707 
8.9 

518 
5.8 

1,752 
7.9 

1,004 
4,9 


3,280 
14.2 

2,564 
14.1 

7,808 
19.9 

3,024 
13.5 


6,623 
17.8 

3,793 
14.8 

14,551 
17.9 

1,550 
11.4 


38,905 
12.4 

35,952 
12.4 

80.815 
12.9 

24,381 

7.5 


33,700 
22.9 

29,050 
24.8 

63,346 
22.6 

30,056 
20.1 


194,504 
25.3 

146,439 
24.9 

177,310 
24.4 

49,728 
17.6 


17,528 
19.7 

14,840 
21.5 

30,004 
22.1 

9,898 
20.0 


1 349 


Percent under 18 


46 6 


Group VI 

5,956 cities under 10,000; 
populalion 20,548,000; 


1,379 




45 I 


Suburban Counties 

1.112 agencies; 
population 43,617,000; 
Total clearances 


2 865 




38,4 


Rural Counties 

2,330 agencies; 
population 24,113,000; 


1,041 


Percent under 18 


24 8 






Suburban Area' 

5,826 agencies; 
population 89,351,000: 
Total clearances 


894,872 
21.9 


900,287 
22.0 


197,153 
14.3 


697,719 
24.0 


2,884 
7.6 


13,671 
18.3 


28,678 
18.7 


151,920 
13.3 


123,997 
22.8 


510,849 
24.6 


62,873 
21.7 


5415 




43.3 







'Includes offenses cleared by exceptional means 

The number of agency reports used in arson clearance rates is less than used in compiling clearance rates for other Crime Index ofTenses. It is not necessary to report clearances by detailed 
property classification to be included in this table, The Modified Crime Index total is the sum of the Crime Index offenses, including arson. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 

^Property crimes are ofTenses of burglars, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Data are not included for the property crime of arson, 

'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies v^ithin metropwlitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities are also included in other groups. 

Forcible rape figures furnished by the state-level Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program administered by the Illinois Department of State Police were not in accordance with national UCR 
guidelines and were excluded from the forcible rape, violent crime. Crime Index total, and Modified Crime Index total categories. 

Complete data for 1991 were not available for the State of Iowa, See "Offense Estimation." page 377 for details. 



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SECTION IV 

Persons Arrested 



Primarily a gauge of law enforcement's response to 
crime, arrest counts also provide definitive data concern- 
ing the age, sex, and race of perpetrators. Arrest practices, 
policies, and enforcement emphases vary from place to 
place and even within a community from time to time as, 
for example, during a local police campaign against resi- 
dential burglary. While the practices for certain unlawful 
conduct such as drunkenness, disorderly conduct, vagran- 
cy, and related violations may differ aipong agencies, those 
for robbery, burglary, and other serious crime arrests are 
more likely to be uniform and consistent throughout all 
jurisdictions. The Program's procedures require that an 
arrest be counted on each separate occasion a person is 
taken into custody, notified, or cited. Annual arrest figures 
do not measure the number of individuals arrested since 
one person may be arrested several times during the year 
for the same or different offenses. 

Nationwide, law enforcement agencies made an estimat- 
ed 14.2 million arrests in 1991 for all criminal infractions 
except traffic violations. The highest arrest counts among 
the specific crime categories were for driving under the 
influence, 1.8 million; larceny-theft, 1.6 million; and 
simple assault and drug abuse violations, each 1 million. 
(See Table 29.) 

When the overall arrest volume was related to the total 
United States population, the rate was 5,648 arrests per 
100,000 inhabitants. Among the city population groupings, 
those with more than 250,000 inhabitants recorded the 
highest rate, 7,579, while those with populations from 
10,000 to 24,999 recorded the lowest rate, 5,432. (See 
Table 31.) For suburban county agencies overall, the arrest 
rate was 4,210, and for rural county law enforcement, it 
was 3,851 per 100,000 inhabitants. Regionally, the arrest 
rates per 100,000 population ranged from 5,210 in the 
Midwest to 5,973 in the West. (See Table 30.) 

Due to NIBRS conversion efforts and other reporting 
problems, no arrest data for Florida and Iowa law enforce- 
ment agencies were available for 1991. Therefore, tables 
showing the age, sex, or race of persons arrested contain no 
Florida and Iowa data. Arrest totals were, however, esti- 
mated for inclusion in Table 29, "Total Estimated Arrests, 
United States, 1991." 
Arrest Trends 

The national total number of arrests for all offenses 
except traffic violations decreased 1 percent in 1991 as 
compared to the 1990 volume, while overall Index, violent, 
and property crime arrest totals each increased 2 percent. 
During the same time period, adult arrests for all offenses 
declined 2 percent, but slight increases were recorded in 
adult arrests for the violent, property, and Index crime 



categories. Conversely, increases were recorded in the 
juvenile arrest volume, 1991 versus for 1990, total arrests, 
for Index crimes, for violent crimes, and property crimes. 
(See Table 36.) 

Two-year trends in total arrests for city and suburban 
county agencies showed 2-percent decreases, 1991 over 
1990, while rural county arrests were up 3 percent. (See 
Tables 44, 50, and 56.) 

Over the 5-year period beginning in 1987, total arrests 
and adult arrests for all offenses were each up 10 percent 
and those of persons under 1 8 years of age rose 9 percent. 
(See Table 34.) Total Crime Index arrests as well as Index 
arrests of adults and juveniles increased 1 3 percent. During 
the same years, 1987-1991, total violent crime arrests 
increased 29 percent, and property crime arrests were up 9 
percent. 

For the decade, 1982-1991, arrests for all offenses were 
up 19 percent; Crime Index arrests, 18 percent; violent 
crime arrests, 43 percent; and property crime arrests, 12 
percent. 

The 1991 drug abuse violation arrest total was down 8 
percent from the 1990 level, 7 percent higher than in 1987, 
and 56 percent higher than in 1982. The following table 
shows the types of drugs involved in violations resulting in 
arrests during 1991 by geographic region. 

Table 4.1 — Arrests for Drug Abuse Violarions, 1991 

[Percent distribulionl 



Total' 

Sale/manufacture: 

Heroin or cocaine and their 
denvatives 

Manjuana 

Synthetic or manufactured drugs . . 

Other dangerous nonnarcotic drugs 
Possession: 

Heroin or cocaine and their 
derivatives 

Marijuana 

Synthetic or manufactured drugs 

Other dangerous nonnarcotic drugs 



United 
States 
total 



100.0 
33.4 

22.5 

6.1 

.8 

4.0 

66.6 



32.8 

22.4 

1.4 

10.1 



North- 
eastern 
States 



100.0 

44.7 

37.2 
5.0 
1.2 
1.3 

55.3 



33,2 

18.5 

1.2 

2.3 



Mid- 
western 
States 



100.0 
30.4 

11.9 

7.1 

.6 

10.8 

69.6 



22.4 

34.2 

1.2 

11.8 



South- 
em 
States 



30.9 

20.5 
6.3 
1.2 
2.9 

69.1 

30.4 

28.3 

2.6 

7.7 



Western 
States 



28.2 

17.2 

6.5 

.2 

4.4 

71.8 

38.1 

16.0 

.6 

17.0 



' Because of rounding, percentages may not add to totals. 

Age 

Six percent of all persons arrested nationally in 1991 
were under the age of 15; 16 percent were under 18; 30 
percent were under 21; and 46 percent were under 25. 
Persons in the under-25 age group accounted for 47 
percent of arrests in the cities, 42 percent of those in the 
suburban counties, and 39 percent of those in the rural 
counties. 

Age distribution figures for persons arrested for Crime 
Index offenses showed 29 percent were under the age of 1 8; 



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43 percent, under 21; and 57 percent, under 25. The under- 
25 age group was also responsible for 48 percent of the 
violent crime arrests and 59 percent of property crime 
arrests in 1991. 

Larceny-theft was the offense resulting in the most 
arrests of persons under age 1 8, while adults were most 
often arrested for driving under the influence. (See Table 
38.) 
Sex 

Eighty-one percent of the persons arrested in the Nation 
during 1991 were males. (See Table 42.) They accounted 
for 78 percent of Index crime arrests, 88 percent of those 
for violent crimes, and 75 percent of the property crime 
arrests. Men were most often arrested for driving under the 
influence, which accounted for 13 percent of all male 
arrests. 

As in past years, larceny-theft was the crime for which 
females were most often arrested. This single offense 
accounted for 78 percent of arrests of women for Index 



crimes and 19 percent of all female arrests. Fifty-two 
percent of all female larceny-theft arrestees were under 25 
years of age. 

Two-year trends showed a 2-percent decrease in the 
number of male arrests from 1990 to 1991, while female 
arrests rose slightly for the same period. (See Table 37.) 
Arrests of males were up 9 percent and those of females up 
16 percent for the 5-year period from 1987 to 1991. (See 
Table 35.) 

Race 

Race distribution figures for the total number of arrests 
in the United States during 1991 showed 69 percent of the 
arrestees were white, 29 percent were black, and the 
remainder were of other races. (See Table 43.) Whites 
accounted for 63 percent of the Index crime arrests, 54 
percent of the arrests for violent crimes, and 66 percent of 
those for property crimes. 



Table 29.— Total Estimated Arrests', United States, 1991 



TOTALS 

Murder and nonnegligeni manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber>' 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime' 

Property crime* 

Crime Index total' 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 
Fraud 



14,211,900 



24,050 

40,120 

173,820 

480,900 

436,500 

1,588,300 

207.700 

20,000 



718,890 
2.252,500 



2,971,400 



1,041,200 
103,700 
427,800 



Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the inftuence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

.All other offenses 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



14,000 
170.000 
335,100 
232,300 

98,900 
108,000 
,010,000 

16,600 

99,400 
,771,400 
624,100 
881.100 
757,700 

38,500 
,240,000 

18,400 

93.400 
177.300 



'Arrest totals based on all repoaing agencies and estimates for unreported areas. 
^Because of rounding, figures may not add to totals. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglar^', larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



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Table 30.— .\iTests, .Number and Rate. Regions, 1991 



[Rate; Number of arrests per 100.000 inhabitanis] 










OfTense cbar^ 


United States Total 

(10.148 agencies; 

population 189.961.000) 


Nonheast 

(2,230 agencies; 

population 39.989.000) 


Midwest 

(2,500 agencies; 

population 41,102,000) 


South 

(3.734 agencies; 

population 58.984.000) 


West 

(1.684 agencies; 
population 49.887.000) 


TOTAL 

Rate 


10,-29.048 
5,648.0 


2,096.724 
5,243J 


2.14I.6I8 

saioi; 


3411.039 
SJ52.6 


i»79,667 
5.972J 







A'lolcni cnmes are offenses : -_;;- ;-. - t 
^Propcn> cnmes are (rffense^ : : ? . -?. 3,- i -: ^ - - 
Indudes arsoiL Populauoa figures ^-ere roundod 



Murder and Doaneglisent manslaughter 

Rate 


IS. 654 

Q S 

JC.35, 

16.0 

139.182 

73.3 

368,483 

194.0 

328.790 

173.1 

1,215.303 

639.8 

161,628 

85.1 

14.916 

7.9 


7.7 

5,803 

14.5 

48,248 

120.7 

75,283 

188.3 

56,796 

142.0 

214,348 

536.0 

31,450 

78.6 

2,855 

7.1 


4.19- 

10_2 

7.049 

I7J 

18,719 

45.5 

52,841 

128.6 

52,536 

127.8 

271,450 

660.4 

23,008 

56.0 

3.177 


6.69: 

11.3 

9.855 

16.7 

33,722 

572 

108,182 

183.4 

107,767 

182.7 

383,379 

650.0 

46,129 

182 

4,744 

8.0 


4.693 
9.4 


Forcible rape 

Rate 


7,643 
15.3 


Robberk 


38,493 


Rate 


77.2 
132,177 


Rate 


265.0 


Bui^lar> 

Rate 


111.691 
223.9 




346.126 


Raie 


693.8 
61,041 


Rale 


122.4 


Arson 

Rale 


4.140 

8.3 








556.669 

293.0 

1,720.637 

905.8 


132.406 

331.1 

305,449 

763.8 


>2.*06 

201.5 

350,171 

852.0 


158.451 
268.6 

542.019 
918.9 


183.006 


Raie 


366.8 




522,998 


Raie 


1.048.4 




:.:-"' J06 

:. 198.8 


43^.855 
1.095.0 


432,977 
1,053.4 


700.470 
1.187.6 


"06.004 


Rate 


1.415.2 








-S9.1+4 

415.4 

'".066 

40.6 

292.597 

154.0 

10,602 

5.6 

130,579 

68.7 

252,469 

132.9 

178,955 

94.2 

81,536 

42.9 

82,228 

43.3 

781J!50 

411.3 

12,913 

6.8 

72,527 

38J 

U88,876 

678.5 

453.807 

238.9 

657,119 

345.9 

569.314 

299." 

31,262 

16.5 

2.480.902 

1J06.0 

14.707 

7.7 

73.125 

38.5 

135,471 

71.3 


133.693 

334.3 

11.086 

27.7 

59.148 

147.9 

726 

1.8 

36.488 
91.2 

62.992 
157.5 

28.947 
72.4 

2U31 
53.3 

12.256 

30.6 

192.113 

480.4 

4,411 

11.0 

21,187 

53.0 

142.173 

355.5 

60.923 

152.4 

19,970 

49.9 

184,620 

461.7 

7,569 

18.9 

631,370 

1,578.9 

885 

2.2 

11.540 

28.9 

16,326 

40.8 


179.184 

435.9 

12.959 

31.5 

47,591 

115.8 

1.765 

4.3 

27.531 
67.0 

63,391 
154 J 

36.538 
88.9 

13.498 
3^8 

17.021 

41.4 

100,008 

243.3 

2.125 

5.2 

18,991 

46.2 

257,121 

625.6 

167.311 

407.1 

42.849 

104.3 

158J49 

385.0 

1.676 

4.1 

501.836 

1,221.0 

1.526 

3.7 

25.620 

62.3 

33,377 

81.2 


276J48 

468.3 

34,188 

58.0 

162,561 

275.6 

5^65 

9,4 

29,074 

49.3 

59.683 

101.2 

65,939 

111.8 

17,872 

30.3 

22,373 

37.9 

222,340 

377.0 

3.943 

6.7 

23,036 

39.1 

398,742 

676.0 

93J42 

158.1 

424405 

719.2 

152,119 

257.9 

2,653 

4.5 

752,195 

1,275.3 

11,954 

20.3 

10,707 

I8J 

53.884 

91.4 


:00.0I9 


Rate 

Forwr> and cousieifeiliiig 


400.9 

18.833 

37.8 


Fraud 

Rate 


23J97 

46.7 

2.546 


Rate 


5.1 




37.486 


Rate 


75.1 
66.403 


Rate 


133.1 


Weapons; earning, pcssessing. etc. 

Rate 

Prt»iitutioo and commeiciaiized vice 

Rate 

Sei offenses (except fordbte rape and 


47.531 
95.3 

28,835 
57.8 

30.578 


Rate 


61.3 




266.789 


Rate 


534.8 


Gambling 

Rate 

Offenses iyi«<» famiN and diiklren 

Raie '. 


2.434 

4.9 

9.313 

18.7 

490.840 


Raic 


983.9 




132,331 


Rate 


265.3 


nnjpkennesR 


170.095 


Rate 


341.0 
74.326 


Rate 


149.0 




19.364 


Rate .. 


38.8 


All other olfenses (except traffic) 


595,501 


Rate , 


1,193.7 




342 


Rate ... ... 


.7 


Curfe» and kmering law viotaiioos 


25J58 
50.6 




31.884 


Rate 


63.9 







i-c arson 
AU rates «'ere calculaied before rounding. 



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Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total all ages 



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1991 



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1991 



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Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index totaP 

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Prostitution and commercialized vice 

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Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

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Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



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112,901 

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-30,4 
+ 13,0 

+8,2 
+36,0 
+ 15,9 

-9,9 
+ 31.4 



54,945 


105.701 


6,295 


5.528 


17,561 


9.765 


501 


685 


23.839 


31.422 


71,122 


92.538 


18.837 


33.485 



2.241 

8.925 

61.598 

816 

1.233 
20.389 

94,189 
29,306 
69,615 

3,275 
259.844 

2,191 
69,551 
90.539 



971 

12.575 

54.025 

783 

2.523 

10.861 

83.517 

14.847 

85.739 

2,019 

216,995 

2,751 

62,656 

118,974 



+92,4 
-12,2 
-44,4 
+36,7 
+31,8 
+30,1 
+77,8 

-56,7 

+40,9 

-12,3 

-4,0 

+ 104,6 

-46.7 

-11,3 
-49,3 

+23,2 
-38,4 
-16,5 
+25,6 
-9,9 
+ 31,4 



293.869 
59,292 

182.629 

5.794 

70.130 

89.869 

111.307 

86.795 

44.897 

385,962 

26.045 

31.041 

1.104,679 

213,968 

840,144 

365.010 

24.012 

1.330,098 

5,217 



580.474 
62.402 

249.027 

8.458 

85.066 

125,807 

125,560 

74,899 

59,872 

643,407 

11.064 

55.094 

1.054.201 

275.449 

590.415 

405,488 

27,511 

1,944.694 

5,835 



+21.5 



+ 10.5 
+ 17,8 
+ 15,7 
+61,3 
-6.6 
+22.3 
+41,7 
-18,5 



+43,2 
+ 16,4 



+23,0 



+97.5 
+5.2 
+36.4 
+46,0 
+21,3 
+40,0 
+ 12,8 

-13,7 

+33,4 
+66.7 
-57.5 
+77.5 
-4.6 

+28.7 
-29.7 
+ 11.1 
+ 14.6 
+46.2 
+ 11.8 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
^Includes arson. 



217 



Table 33.— Total Arrest Trends, Sex, 1982-1991 

(7.073 agencies; 1991 estimated population 161.135,000; 1982 estimated population 147.670,000] 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1982 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1982 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1982 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1982 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index tolaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations .. 
Runaways 



6,581,698 



12,624 

22,216 

104.636 

177,849 

322,005 

629,462 

82,343 

12,028 



317,325 
1,045,838 



1,363,163 



298,435 

44,233 

121,657 

4,338 

83,088 
145,775 
120,144 

24,065 

50.045 

386,128 

23,969 

28,457 

1,002,453 

260,854 

797,552 

366,052 

24,052 

1,344,537 

6,313 

54,526 

38,175 



7,583,006 



+ 15.2 



,135,879 



1,171,409 



+3.1 



1,291,401 



1,754,397 



+35.9 



298,313 



343,506 



15.308 
26,318 
118,485 
286.496 
265,410 
717,967 
131,346 
11,261 



+21.3 
+ 18.5 
+ 13.2 
+61.1 
-17.6 
+ 14.1 
+59.5 
-6.4 



1.178 

3,247 

27,908 

23,223 

127,501 

214,960 

28,684 

4,676 



2,352 

4,035 

30,559 

39,942 

88,359 

225,220 

56,266 

5,501 



+99.7 
+24.3 

+9.5 
+72.0 
-30.7 

+4.8 
+96.2 
+ 17.6 



1,868 

209 

8,265 

26,019 

23,947 

269,622 

8,075 

1,769 



1,758 

300 

11,088 

45,197 

26,570 

339,180 

14,523 

1,699 



-5.9 
+43.5 
+34.2 
+73.7 
+ 11.0 
+25.8 
+79.9 

-4.0 



101 

52 

1,984 

4,153 

9,321 

78,444 

3,511 

628 



113 

59 

2.951 

7,071 

8,293 

90,922 

7,123 

540 



446,607 
1,125,984 



+40.7 

+7.7 



55,556 
375,821 



76,888 
375,346 



+38.4 
-I 



36,361 
303,413 



58.343 
381.972 



+60.5 
+25,9 



6,290 
91,904 



10,194 
106,878 



1,572,591 



+ 15.4 



431,377 



452,234 



+4,8 



339,774 



440,315 



+29.6 



98.194 



117,072 



573,138 

44,213 

149,977 

5,651 

102,699 
194,424 
147,686 

25,628 

67.215 

581,184 

10,265 

46,315 

925,267 

290,936 

542,380 

391,517 

26,360 

1,788,508 

7,117 

45,931 

51,121 



+92.0 

4 

+23.3 
+30.3 

+23.6 
+33.4 
+22.9 

+6.5 

+34.3 
+50.5 
-57.2 
+62.8 

-7.7 

+ 11.5 
-32.0 
+7.0 
+9.6 
+33.0 
+ 12.7 
-15.8 
+33.9 



43.219 

4.344 

13.897 

365 

21,628 
65,166 
1 7,609 

658 

8,362 

51,647 

780 

782 

18,009 

72,057 

25,181 

56,904 

2,720 

208,473 

1,762 

54,526 

38,175 



80,812 

3,686 

7.149 

447 

28,268 
84,863 
31,339 

455 

11,725 

48,153 

759 

1,668 

9,364 

60,499 

12,573 

67.963 

1,753 

1 70,647 

2,132 

45,931 

51,121 



+87.0 
-15.1 
-48.6 

+22.5 

+30.7 
+30.2 
+78.0 

-30.9 

+40.2 

-6.8 

-2.7 

+ 113.3 

-48.0 

-16.0 
-50.1 
+ 19.4 
-35.6 
-18.1 
+21.0 
-15,8 
+33.9 



50,379 

21,354 

78,533 

1,957 

10,881 
15,216 
10,000 

64,971 

3,777 

61,432 

2,892 

3,817 

122,615 

47,303 

71,898 

68,573 

3,235 

245,405 

1,095 

15,025 

52,364 



113,037 

23,717 

108,815 

3,492 

13,789 
23,921 
11,359 

50,242 

5,232 

116,248 

1,582 

11,302 

139,795 

68,030 

62,882 

99,710 

3.170 

373,181 

1,469 

16.725 

67,853 



+ 124.4 
+ 11.1 
+38.6 
+78.4 

+26.7 
+57.2 
+ 13.6 

-22.7 

+38.5 
+89.2 
-45.3 
+ 196.1 
+ 14.0 

+43.8 
-12.5 
+45,4 
-2.0 
+52.1 
+ 34.2 
+ 11.3 
+29.6 



11,726 

1,951 

3,664 

136 

2,211 
5,956 
1,228 

1,583 

563 

9,951 

36 

451 
2,380 

22,132 
4,125 
12,711 

555 
51,371 

429 
15,025 
52,364 



24,889 

1,842 

2,616 

238 

3,154 
7,675 
2,146 

516 

850 

5,872 

24 

855 

1,497 

23,018 
2,274 
17,776 

266 
46,348 

619 
16,725 
67,853 



+15.1 



+ 11.9 
+ 13.5 
+48.7 
+70.3 
-11.0 
+ 15.9 
+ 102.9 
-14.0 



+62.1 
+ 16.3 



+ 19.2 



+ 112.3 

-5.6 

-28.6 

+75.0 

+42.7 
+28.9 
+74.8 

-67.4 

+51.0 
-41.0 
-33.3 
+89.6 
-37.1 

+4.0 
-44.9 
+39.8 
-52.1 

-9.8 
+44.3 
+ 11.3 
+29.6 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
^Includes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of I percent. 



218 



Table 34.— Total Arrest Trends, 1987-1991 

(7.982 agencies; 1991 estimated population 168,451,000: 1987 estimated population 162,610,000) 











Number 


of persons arrested 








Offense charged 


Total all ages 


Under 18 years o 


age 


18 years of age and 


over 




1987 


1991 


Percent 
change 


1987 


1991 


Percent 
change 


1987 


1991 


Percent 
change 


TOTAL 


8.736,136 


9,606,542 


+10,0 


1,451,820 


1,588,561 


+9.4 


7,284,316 


8,017,981 


+ 10.1 








13,484 

25,007 

101,200 

247.520 

296.448 

1.001. .303 

120.156 

12,360 


17,227 

26,988 

128,794 

326,315 

296.224 

1,101,662 

148,353 

13,092 


+27.8 

+7.9 

+27,3 

+31,8 

-.1 

+ 10.0 

+23.5 

+ 5.9 


1,336 

3,749 

22,160 

31,005 

102,418 

312,159 

47,132 

5,052 


2,476 

4,336 

33,616 

47,158 

99,682 

336.559 

65,066 

6,139 


+85.3 
+ 15,7 
+51.7 
+52.1 
-2,7 
+7,8 
+38.1 
+21.5 


12,148 

21,258 

79,040 

216,515 

194,030 

689,144 

73,024 

7,308 


14.751 

22,652 

95,178 

279,157 

196,542 

765,103 

83.287 

6,953 


+21.4 




+6.6 


Robber>- 


+20.4 




+28.9 




+ 1.3 




+ 11.0 




+ 14.1 




-4.9 








387.211 
1,430,267 


499,324 
1,559,331 


+29.0 
+9.0 


58,250 
466.761 


87,586 
507,446 


+50.4 

+8.7 


328.961 
963.506 


411,738 
1,051,885 


+25.2 




+9.2 








1.817,478 


2,058,655 


+ 13.3 


525,011 


595,032 


+ 13.3 


1,292,467 


1,463,623 


+ 13.2 








525,727 
62,975 
214,014 
8,887 
101,171 
189,490 
134,592 

82,570 

69,963 

657,235 

17,783 

38,153 

1,154,611 

405,342 

598,757 

460,867 

29,438 

1,981,911 

10,334 

69,821 

115.351 


710,456 
67.982 
248.956 
8,984 
114,207 
227,616 
163,005 

76.974 

72,666 

706,097 

11,626 

59.400 

1.121.969 

399.602 

582.036 

491,417 

30,096 

2,261,223 

13,914 

68.080 

125,495 


+35.1 
+8.0 
+ 16.3 
+ 1.1 
+ 12.9 
+20.1 
+21.1 

-6.8 

+3.9 

+7.4 

-34,6 

+55.7 

-2.8 

-1.4 
-2.8 
+6.6 
+2,2 
+ 14,1 
+34.6 
-2.5 
+8.8 


74,633 
5,692 
17,381 
810 
25,457 
78,944 
21,285 

1.594 

11,209 

63,636 

617 

2,220 

16,236 

109,690 

17,572 

70,444 

2,226 

221,991 

2,079 

69,821 

115,351 


113,1 33 
6,185 
10,240 
726 
31.094 
98.715 
34.557 

988 

13,075 

55,190 

784 

2,489 

11.373 

91.243 

14.577 

87.591 

2.085 

225.909 

2.873 

68.080 

125.495 


+51.6 
+8,7 
-41,1 
-10,4 
+22.1 
+25.0 
+62.4 

-.38.0 

+ 16,6 
-13,3 

+27.1 
+ 12.1 
-30,0 

-16.8 

-17,0 

+24,3 

-6,3 

+ 1.8 

+38.2 

-2.5 

+8.8 


451.094 
57,283 

196,633 

8,077 

75,714 

110,546 

113,307 

80,976 

58.754 

593,599 

17,166 

35,933 

1,138,375 

295,652 

581,185 

390,423 

27.212 

1,759.920 

8.255 


597,323 
61,797 

238,716 

8,258 

83,113 

128,901 

128,448 

75,986 

59,591 

650,907 

10,842 

56,911 

1,110,596 

308,359 

567,459 

403,826 

28,011 

2,035,314 

11.041 


+32.4 




+7,9 




+21.4 




+2.2 


Stolen properly; buying, receiving, possessing ... 


+9.8 
+ 16,6 




+ 13,4 




-6.2 


Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 


+ 1.4 




+9,7 




-36.8 




+58,4 




-2,4 




+4,3 




-2.4 




+3.4 




+2,9 




+ 15,6 




+33,7 























'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



219 



Table 35.— Total Arrest Trends, Sex, 1987-1991 

[7,982 agencies; 1991 estimated population 168,451,000; 1987 estimated population 162,610.000) 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1987 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1987 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1987 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1987 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny — theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime* 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses agamst family and children . 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) — 
Curfew and loitering law violations . . 
Runaways 



7,183,964 



7,800,277 



+8.6 



1 20,684 



,225,163 



+9.3 



1,552,172 



1,806,265 



+16.4 



331,136 



363,398 



11,870 

24,710 

92,775 

215,052 

271,409 

685,023 

108,687 

10,673 



15,471 
26.650 
117.761 
282,262 
269,421 
746,994 
133,491 
1 1 ,360 



+30.3 
+7.9 

+26.9 

+ 31.3 

-.7 

+9.0 

+22.8 
+6.4 



1.223 

3,666 

20,579 

26,257 

94,491 

225,478 

42,186 

4,551 



2,360 

4,257 

30,647 

40,080 

91,138 

239,318 

57,697 

5,575 



+93.0 
+ 16.1 
+48.9 
+ 52.6 
-3.5 
+6.1 
+36.8 
+22.5 



1,614 

297 

8,425 

32,468 

25,039 

316,280 

11,469 

1,687 



1,756 

338 

11,033 

44,053 

26,803 

354,668 

14,862 

1,732 



+8.8 
+ 13.8 
+31.0 
+35.7 

+7.0 
+ 12.1 
+29,6 

+2.7 



113 

83 
1,581 
4,748 
7,927 
86,681 
4,946 
501 



116 

79 

2,969 

7,078 

8,544 

97,241 

7,369 

564 



344,407 
1,075,792 



442,144 
1,161,266 



+28.4 
+7.9 



51,725 
366,706 



77,344 
393,728 



+49.5 
+7.4 



42,804 
354,475 



57,180 
398,065 



+33.6 
+ 12.3 



6,525 
100,055 



10,242 
113,718 



1,420,199 



1.603,410 



+ 12.9 



418,431 



471,072 



+ 12.6 



397,279 



455,245 



106,580 



123,960 



446,179 

41,278 

122,957 

5,396 

89,371 
169,532 
124,508 

28,249 

64,718 

557,512 

15,197 

31,307 

1,019,813 

331,514 

544,736 

369,597 

26,198 

1,673,919 

8,789 

52,438 

49,346 



593,398 

44,173 

143,094 

5,353 

100,569 
202,760 
151,437 

26,406 

67,483 

588,343 

10,090 

47,964 

972,917 

322,502 

522,045 

393,105 

26,842 

1,874,548 

11,612 

49,863 

53,975 



+33.0 

+7.0 

+ 16.4 



+ 12.5 
+ 19.6 
+21.6 

-6.5 

+4.3 

+ 5.5 

-33.6 

+53.2 

-4.6 

-2.7 
-4.2 
+6.4 
+2.5 
+ 12.0 
+32.1 
-4.9 
+9.4 



57,572 

3,795 

12,925 

524 

23,107 
71,978 
19,811 

501 

10,456 

55,184 

579 

1,384 

13,990 

79,887 
14.804 
56,796 

1.824 
175,352 

1.640 
52,438 
49.346 



86,317 

4,074 

7,451 

471 

27,919 
90,419 
32,391 

470 

12,203 

49,192 

761 

1,617 

9,785 

65,793 

12,333 

69,376 

1,802 

177,879 

2,251 

49,863 

53.975 



+49.9 

+7.4 

-42.4 

-10.1 

+20.8 
+25.6 
+63.5 



+ 16.7 
-10.9 
+ 31.4 
+ 16.8 
-30.1 

-17.6 

-16.7 

+22.1 

-1.2 

+ 1.4 

+37.3 

-4.9 

+9.4 



79.548 

21,697 

91,057 

3,491 

1 1 ,800 
19,958 
10,084 

54,32 1 

5,245 

99,723 

2,586 

6,846 

134,798 

73,828 

54,021 

91,270 

3,240 

307,992 

1,545 

17,383 

66,005 



117,058 

23,809 

105,862 

3,631 

13,638 
24,856 
11,568 

50,568 

5,183 

117,754 

1,536 

11,436 

149,052 

77,100 
59,991 
98,312 

3,254 
386,675 

2,302 
18,217 
71.520 



+47.2 
+9.7 

+ 16.3 
+4.0 

+ 15.6 

+24.5 
+ 14.7 

-6.9 

-1.2 
+ 18.1 
-40.6 
+67.0 
+ 10.6 

+4.4 
+ 11.1 

+7.7 

+.4 

+25.5 

+49.0 

+4.8 

+8.4 



17,061 

1,897 

4,456 

286 

2,350 
6,966 
1,474 

1 ,093 

753 

8,452 

38 

836 
2,246 

29,803 
2,768 
13,648 

402 
46,639 

439 
17,383 
66,005 



26,816 

2,111 

2,789 

255 

3,175 
8,296 
2,166 

518 

872 

5.998 

23 

872 
1.588 

25,450 
2,244 
18,215 

283 
48.030 

622 
18,217 
71,520 



+9.7 



+2.7 
-4.8 
+87.8 
+49.1 
+7.8 
+ 12.2 
+49.0 
+ 12.6 



+57.0 
+ 13.7 



+ 16.3 



+57.2 
+ 11.3 
-37.4 
-10.8 

+35.1 
+ 19.1 
+46.9 

-52.6 

+ 15.8 
-29.0 
-39.5 
+4.3 
-29.3 

-14.6 

-18.9 

+33.5 

-29.6 

+3.0 

+41.7 

+4.8 

+8.4 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robber>', and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



220 



Table 36.— Total Arrest Trends, 1990-1991 

[8.757 agencies; 1991 estimated population 17.1,791.000; 1990 population 171,641.000) 



OfTense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total all ages 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 15 years of age 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 years of age 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



1 8 years of age and over 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny — Iheft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime' . 
Property crime- 



Crime Index totaP 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 

Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) . . . 
Suspicion (not included in totals) . 
Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



10,034,629 



9,885,040 



539,533 



578,112 



+7.2 



1,59.1,302 



1,643,815 



+3.2 



8,441,327 



8,241,225 



16,971 

27.805 

126.814 

329,692 

299,817 

1.098.004 

156.611 

13.467 



17.397 

28.000 

130.323 

333.427 

304.312 

1.122,142 

1 52.704 

13.777 



+2.5 
+.7 
+2.8 
+ 1.1 
+ 1.5 
+2.2 
-2.5 
+2.3 



263 

1.496 

8,452 

13.122 

39.098 

150.102 

18.668 

3.882 



1,642 
9,648 
14.875 
41,637 
158.014 
19.202 
4.490 



+9.5 

+9.8 

+ 14.2 

+ 13.4 

+6.5 

+ 5.3 

+2.9 

+ 15.7 



2,384 

4,249 

30,905 

45,254 

98,876 

331.382 

67.690 

5,905 



2.485 

4.476 

34,136 

48.621 

103,237 

346.481 

67.430 

6,533 



+4.2 
+5.3 

+ 10.5 

+7.4 

+4.4 

+4.6 

-.4 

+ 10.6 



14.587 

23.557 

95.909 

284.438 

200.941 

766,622 

88,921 

7.562 



14,912 

23,524 

96,187 

284,806 

201,075 

775,661 

85.274 

7.244 



501,283 
1,567,899 



509.147 
1.592.935 



+ 1.6 
+ 1.6 



23,333 
!1 1.750 



26.453 
223.343 



+ 13.4 

+5.5 



82.792 
503,853 



89,718 
523,681 



+8.4 
+3.9 



418,491 
1,064.046 



419.429 
1.069,254 



2.069,182 



.102.082 



+ 1.6 



235,083 



249,796 



+6.3 



586.645 



613.399 



+4.6 



1.482.537 



1,488,683 



706,932 
65,134 

236,498 
10,101 

118,548 
233,682 
159.884 



79,342 

75,744 

782.758 

13,733 

59,674 
1,273,054 

476,523 

666,448 

537,125 

28.670 

2.245,542 

16,896 

66,446 

129.609 



733,221 

68.856 

261.741 

9.607 

117.957 
237,434 
165,565 



76,549 

75,450 

722.077 

11,876 

65.582 
1,173,704 

421,542 

611.906 

509,372 

30.465 

2,290.839 

14.392 

69.414 

129.801 



+3.7 

+5.7 

+ 10.7 

-4.9 

-,5 
+ 1.6 
+3.6 



-3.5 

-.4 

-7.8 

-13.5 

+9.9 
-7,8 

-11.5 
-8.2 
-5.2 
+6.3 
+2.0 

-14.8 

+4.5 

+.1 



41,681 

1.102 

2,310 

114 

8,430 

46, 1 1 3 

7,884 



127 

6.300 

8,102 

142 

779 
313 

9,565 
2,146 

28,043 
746 

64,375 
1,048 

19.355 

56,823 



47,597 

1,133 

2.759 

15.1 

9,484 
51,158 
10.073 



135 

7,041 

8,021 

139 

892 
354 

8.796 
1,876 

30.423 
568 

69,195 
1,222 

20,743 

57,776 



+ 14.2 

+2.8 

+ 19.4 

+ 34,2 

+ 12.5 
+ 10.9 
+27.8 



+6.3 

+ 11.8 
-1.0 
-2.1 

+ 14.5 
+ 13.1 

-8.0 
-12.6 

+8.5 
-23.9 

+ 7.5 
+ 16.6 

+7.2 

+ 1.7 



106.013 

5,931 

8,606 

791 

30.756 
94.813 
29,797 



1,138 

12.467 

59,156 

741 

2,419 
14,445 

11 1,159 

17.861 

90.254 

2,413 

221,842 

2,953 

66,446 

129.609 



116,233 

6,369 

10,433 

746 

32,564 

102,803 

35.266 



995 

I 3,670 

56,182 

821 

2,683 
12,157 

97,938 

15,384 

92.670 

2,139 

232,148 

3,060 

69,414 

129.801 



+9.6 

+7.4 

+21.2 

-5.7 

+5.9 

+8.4 

+ 18.4 



-12.6 

+9.6 

-5.0 

+ 10.8 

+ 10.9 
-15.8 

-11.9 
-13.9 

+2.7 
-11.4 
+4.6 
+3.6 
+4.5 
+.1 



600,919 

59,203 

227,892 

9,310 

87,792 
138,869 
130,087 



78,204 

63,277 

723,602 

12,992 

57,255 
1,258,609 

365.364 

648.587 

446.871 

26,257 

2,023.700 

13,943 



616,988 

62,487 

251,308 

8,861 

85,393 
134,631 
130,299 



75.554 

61,780 

665,895 

11,055 

62,899 
1,151,547 

323,604 

596,522 

415,702 

28,326 

2.058,691 

1 1 .332 



-2.4 



+2.2 

-.1 

+.3 

+.1 

+.1 

+ L2 

-4.1 

-4.2 



+.2 
+.5 



+2.7 

+5,5 

+ 10.3 

-4.8 

-2.7 
-3.1 

+.2 



-3.4 

-2.4 

-8.0 

-14.9 

+9.9 

-7.7 

-11.4 
-8.0 
-6.8 
+7.9 
+ 1.7 

-18.7 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
Mncludes arson. 



221 



Table 37.— Total Arrest Trends, Sex, 1990-1991 

[8.757 agencies; 1991 estimated population 173.791.000; 1990 population 171.641.000] 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 

Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) . . 
Suspicion (not included in totals) 
Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



8,190,097 



8,032,956 



-1.9 



1,229,246 



1,269,017 



+3.2 



1,844,532 



1,852,084 



+.4 



364,056 



374,798 



15.219 
27.509 
116,202 
286,314 
272,658 
746,072 
141,058 
11,688 



15,641 
27,646 
119,148 
288,641 
277,004 
761,722 
137,466 
12,001 



+2.8 
+.5 
+2.5 
+.8 
+ 1.6 
+2.1 
-2.5 
+2.7 



2.263 

4,170 

28,186 

38,463 

90,662 

237,474 

60,407 

5,339 



2,367 

4,395 

31,122 

41,322 

94,479 

246,995 

59,839 

5,953 



+4.6 
+ 5.4 

+ 10.4 

+ 7.4 

+4.2 

+4.0 

-.9 

+ 11.5 



1,752 

297 

10,612 

43,378 

27,159 

351,932 

15,553 

1,779 



1,756 

354 

11,175 

44,786 

27,308 

360.420 

15.238 

1,776 



+.2 

+ 19.2 

+5.3 

+3.2 

+.5 
+2.4 
-2.0 

-.2 



121 

79 

2.719 

6.791 

8,214 

93,908 

7,283 

566 



118 

81 

3,014 

7,299 

8,758 

99.486 

7,591 

580 



445,244 
1,171,476 



451,076 
1,188,193 



+ 1.3 
+ 1.4 



73.082 
393.882 



79,206 
407,266 



+8.4 
+ 3.4 



56,039 
396,423 



58,071 
404,742 



+3.6 
+2.1 



9,710 
109,971 



10,512 
116,415 



1,616,720 



1,639,269 



+ 1.4 



466,964 



486,472 



+4.2 



452,462 



462,813 



119,681 



126,927 



593.083 

42.538 

133.433 

5.902 

104,344 
208,590 
148,068 



27,468 

70,159 

650.804 

11,793 

48,932 
1,111,645 

385.675 

599.503 

431.515 

25,365 

1,869,702 

14,371 

48,356 

56,502 



612,228 

44,637 

150,529 

5,816 

103,867 
211,738 
153,868 



26,240 

70,233 

602,364 

10,346 

53,654 
1,017,656 

339,626 

548,333 

408,024 

27,190 

1,900,397 

12,021 

50,861 

56,080 



+3.2 

+4.9 

+ 12.8 

-1.5 

-.5 
+ 1.5 
+3.9 



-4.5 

+.1 

-7.4 

-12.3 

+9.7 
-8.5 

-11.9 
-8.5 
-5,4 

+7.2 

+ 1.6 

-16.4 

+5.2 
-.7 



81.308 

3.969 

6.089 

498 

27,815 
86,819 
27,950 



522 

11,621 

52,445 

704 

1,569 
12,427 

79,794 
15,183 
71,835 

2,026 
174,850 

2,386 
48,356 
56.502 



88,775 

4,184 

7,578 

487 

29,259 
94,257 
33,094 



469 

12,711 

50,076 

799 

1,765 
10,480 

70,411 

12,996 

73,508 

1,863 

182,892 

2,412 

50,861 

56,080 



+9.2 

+5.4 

+24.5 

-2.2 

+5.2 

+8.6 

+ 18.4 



-10.2 

+9.4 

-4.5 

+ 13.5 

+ 12.5 
-15.7 

-11.8 
-14.4 

+2.3 
-8.0 
+4.6 
+ 1.1 

+ 5.2 
-.7 



113,849 

22,596 

103,065 

4,199 

14,204 
25,092 
11,816 



51,874 

5,585 

131,954 

1,940 

10,742 
161,409 

90,848 

66,945 

105,610 

3.305 

375.840 

2.525 

18.090 

73.107 



120.993 

24.219 

111.212 

3.791 

14,090 
25,696 
11,697 



50,309 

5,217 

119,713 

1,530 

11,928 
156,048 

81.916 

63.573 

101,348 

3,275 

390,442 

2,371 

18,553 

73,721 



+6.3 

+7.2 
+ 7.9 
-9.7 



+2.4 
-1.0 



-3.0 

-6.6 

-9.3 

-21.1 

+ 11.0 
-3.3 

-9.8 
-5.0 
-4.0 

-.9 
+3.9 
-6.1 
+2.6 

+.8 



24,705 
1.962 

2.517 
293 

2,941 
7,994 
1,847 



616 

846 
6,711 

37 

8.50 
2,018 

31,365 
2,678 
18,419 

387 
46.992 

567 
18.090 
73.107 



27,458 

2,185 

2,855 

259 

3,305 
8,546 
2,172 



526 



959 
6,106 



918 
1,677 

27,527 
2,388 
19,162 

276 
49,256 

648 
18,553 
73,721 



+3.0 



-2.5 
+2.5 
+ 10,8 
+7.5 
+6.6 
+5.9 
+4.2 
+2.5 



+8.3 
+ 5.9 



+6.1 



+ 11.1 
+ II.4 
+ 13.4 
-11.6 

+ 12.4 

+6.9 

+ 17.6 



-14.6 

+ 13.4 

-9.0 

-40.5 

+8,0 
-16.9 

-12.2 
-10.8 

+4.0 
-28,7 

+4,8 
+ 14.3 

+2.6 
+.8 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
'Includes arson. 



222 



Table 38.— Total Arrests. Distribution by Age, 1991 

(10,148 agencies; 1991 estimated population 189,961,000] 



Offense charged 



Total 
all 
ages 



Ages 

under 

15 



Ages 

under 

18 



Ages 

18 and 

over 



Age 



Under 
10 



10-12 



13-14 



15 



17 



19 



20 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 



Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

,Arson 



Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime* 

Percent distribution' 



Crime Index total* . 
Percent distribution' 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, 

etc 



Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

OfTenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law 

violations 

Runaways 



10,743,755 
100,0 



614,063 

5,7 



1,749,343 
16,3 



8,994,412 

83,7 



40,266 
.4 



152,417 
1,4 



421,380 
3,9 



322,492 
3,0 



390,342 
3.6 



422,446 
3,9 



488,565 
4.5 



503,467 

4.7 



503,622 

4.7 



18,654 

30,350 

139,182 

368,483 

328,790 

1,215.303 

161.628 

14.916 



556,669 

100.0 

1,720,637 

100.0 



2.277,306 
100.0 



789.144 
77.066 

292,597 
10.602 

130.579 
252,469 

178.955 



81,536 

82,228 

781,250 

12,913 

72,527 
1,288,876 

453,807 
657,119 
569,314 

31.262 
2,480,902 

14,707 

73,125 
135,471 



302 

1.742 

9.979 

16.029 

44,320 

168.007 

20.076 

4.756 



2.626 

4.766 

35.632 

52.653 

109,965 

369,227 

70.659 

6.940 



16,028 

25,584 

103,550 

315,830 

218,825 

846,076 

90.969 

7.976 



6 

81 

238 

1.068 

3.395 

11.663 

253 

1,068 



29 

441 

1,924 

3.859 

11,959 

50,505 

2,423 

1.571 



267 

1,220 

7,817 

11,102 

28,966 

105,839 

17,400 

:,ii7 



502 

869 

7,059 

9,437 

20,352 

64,951 

16.802 

897 



777 

988 

8.978 

12,678 

22,674 

70.255 

18.166 

694 



1.045 

1.167 

9,616 

14,509 

22,619 

66,014 

15,615 

593 



1,465 

1,367 

9,729 

15,677 

23,020 

62.959 

12,399 

553 



1,362 

1,320 

8,630 

15.899 

19,185 

54,101 

9,518 

469 



1,269 

1,292 

7,990 

15,772 

15,914 

47,163 

7,605 

429 



28,052 

5.0 

237.159 

13.8 



95,677 

17.2 

556,791 

32.4 



460,992 

82,8 

1,163.846 

67,6 



1.393 

.3 

16,379 

1.0 



6.253 

1.1 

66.458 

3.9 



20.406 

3.7 

154,322 

9.0 



17,867 

3.2 

103,002 

6,0 



23,421 

4.2 

111,789 

6.5 



26,337 

4.7 

104,841 

6,1 



28,238 

5.1 

98,931 

5.7 



27,211 
4.9 

83,273 
4.8 



26,323 
4.7 

71,111 
4.1 



265.211 
11.6 



652,468 

28.7 



1.624.838 
71.3 



17.772 



72.711 
3.2 



174.728 

7.7 



120,869 
5.3 



135,210 
5.9 



131,178 
5.8 



127,169 
5.6 



110,484 
4.9 



97,434 
4.3 



50.026 

1,221 

2,870 

158 

10.107 
53,730 

10,693 



148 

7.406 

8,582 

143 

996 
402 

9.320 
1.994 

32.346 
596 

74.706 
1.253 

21,859 
60.296 



122.624 

6.866 

10,943 

784 

35.220 
107.890 

37,575 



1,075 

14,417 

60,428 

912 

2,944 
13,437 

104,210 

16,372 

99,322 

2.257 

247.853 

3.150 

73,125 
135.471 



666.520 

70.200 

281,654 

9,818 

95.359 
144,579 

141.380 



80,461 

67,811 

720.822 

12,001 

69,583 
1,275,439 

349,597 

640,747 

469,992 

29.005 

2,233,049 

11,557 



3,250 
65 
93 
13 

298 
6,933 

400 



707 

148 

4 

155 
143 

171 
102 

2.049 
22 

5,590 
112 

498 
1.736 



13,853 
314 
502 

47 

1.766 
17.387 

2.183 



30 

2,031 

900 

15 

202 
44 

729 

167 

7,905 

99 

16,826 

260 

3.468 
10.978 



32.923 
842 

2.275 
98 

8,043 
29,410 

8,110 



113 

4,668 

7.534 
124 

639 
215 

8,420 

1.725 

22,392 

475 

52,290 

881 

17,893 
47,582 



21.960 
1.018 
2,642 



6,939 

17,742 



7.061 



123 

2.437 

10.133 

173 

619 
563 

14,731 
2,413 
18.197 

446 
42.026 

622 

16,937 
34,753 



24,501 

1.891 

2,168 

211 

8,680 
19,100 

9,211 



278 

2.387 

17.166 

219 

636 
3.299 

30,651 

4,095 

22,629 

622 
58,049 

673 

19,930 
28,736 



26,137 
2,736 
3.263 

327 

9.494 
17.318 

10,610 



526 

2,187 
24,547 

377 

693 
9,173 

49,508 

7.870 

26.150 

593 
73,072 

602 

14.399 
11,686 



27.544 

3,751 

6,930 

530 

10.462 
13.945 

12,076 



1,479 

2,396 

35.665 

466 

1,953 
23,617 

71,860 

16,809 

29,271 

1.106 

100.902 

634 



29,432 

4,167 

10.091 

604 

8,780 
11,951 

11,140 



2,274 

2.395 

38.454 

491 

1.987 
33.415 

71,980 
19,549 
29,069 

970 
115,632 

602 



31,550 

4,488 

12,663 

587 

7,360 
10,565 

9,994 



3,047 

2,357 

40,061 

374 

2,301 
42,522 

63,111 
21.716 
29,471 

853 
122,560 

608 



See footnotes at end of table. 



223 



Table 38. — Total Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Age 



22 



23 



25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 



60-64 



65 and 

over 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 

Murder and nonnegligenl 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Crime Index total' 

Percent distribution' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen properly; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, 

etc 

Prostitution and commercialized 

vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 

and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 

children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except trafTic) . 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law 

violations 

Runaways 



416,047 
3.9 



395,884 

3.7 



385,429 
3.6 



1,838,683 
17.1 



1,540,824 
14.3 



,038,116 
9.7 



629,670 
5.9 



333,899 
3.1 



190,702 
1.8 



113,178 
1.1 



71,292 

.7 



967 

1,140 

6,093 

14,411 

11,512 

36,182 

5,198 

355 



22.611 
4.1 

53,247 
3.1 



75,858 
3.3 



30,622 

3,462 

13.144 

485 

5,202 
7,921 

8,142 



4,111 

2,313 

35,837 

316 

2,653 
53,782 

11,525 
23,642 
25,848 

744 
109,957 

483 



762 

1,136 

5,619 

14,157 

10,404 

33.691 

4,583 

282 



666 

1,157 

5,318 

13,798 

10,031 

32,126 

4,214 

299 



2,810 

5,501 

23,404 

67,370 

45,021 

158,075 

16,924 

1.532 



2,143 
4,550 
15,763 
55,994 
33,648 
138,426 
11,750 
1,309 



1,389 

2,991 

7,968 

36,975 

20,087 

98,197 

6,528 

954 



871 

1,756 

3,541 

22.255 

9,507 

59,786 

3,207 

596 



448 

856 

1,313 

12,137 

3,730 

30,631 

1.404 

332 



347 

536 

583 

6,708 

1,633 

18,253 

605 

215 



158 
295 
248 
3,779 
843 
12,179 
305 
120 



123 
193 
117 

2,380 
392 

8,931 
126 
69 



21.674 
3.9 

48,960 
2.8 



20,939 

3.8 

46,670 

2.7 



99,085 

17.8 

221,552 

12.9 



78,450 

14.1 

185,133 

10.8 



49,323 

8.9 

125,766 

7.3 



28,423 
5.1 

73,096 
4.2 



14,754 
2.7 

36,097 
2.1 



8,174 

1.5 

20,706 

1.2 



4,480 

.8 

1 3,447 



2,813 
.5 

9,518 
.6 



70,634 
3.1 



67,609 
3.0 



320,637 
14.1 



263,583 
11.6 



175,089 

7.7 



101,519 
4.5 



50,851 



28,880 
1.3 



17,927 



12,331 

.5 



30,302 

3,273 

13,277 

463 

4,710 
7,098 

7,221 



4,218 

2,294 

34,509 

293 

2,584 
53,027 

9,259 

22,862 

23,535 

747 

105,070 

508 



30,758 

3.257 

13,354 

404 

4,219 
6,561 

6,391 



4,176 

2,437 

33,974 

322 

2,852 
53,064 

7,880 

22,419 

22,385 

750 

102,124 

493 



151,250 

15,285 

61,618 

1,981 

17,839 
29,376 

26,317 



22,514 

12,687 

166,221 

1,489 

15,063 
270,717 

29,934 

118,804 

96,029 

4.673 

473,789 

2,460 



125,123 

12,239 

52,123 

1,522 

12,934 
21,473 

19,230 



17,438 

12,297 

136,893 

1,588 

14,509 
239,119 

22,970 

117,177 

74,174 

5,921 

388,395 

2,116 



79,029 
8,158 

36,939 
1,061 

8,539 
12,435 

12,382 



9,176 

9,029 

84,756 

1,406 

10,779 
167,851 

1 5,949 
91,541 
47,253 

5,104 
260,088 

1,552 



45,838 

4,370 

23,289 

699 

4,534 
6,623 

7,963 



4,155 

6,162 

43,732 

1,224 

6,285 
113,845 

10,722 

61,761 

27,740 

3,032 

155,315 

862 



23,490 

1,902 

11,877 

383 

2,128 
3,253 

4,554 



1,852 

3,736 

17,845 

1,046 

2,959 
67,975 

6.564 
37,756 
14,410 

1,840 

79,143 

335 



12,637 

959 

5,859 

281 

1,183 
1,709 

2,604 



918 

2,651 

7,726 

872 

1,390 
41,429 

4.153 

24,672 

8,347 

1,174 

43,080 

178 



7,052 
406 

3,270 
143 

569 
913 



525 

1.689 

3,422 

676 

693 
25,663 

2,872 

16,170 

4,730 

600 

24,203 

67 



4,249 

228 

1,727 

49 

328 
512 

1,029 



305 

1,273 
1,659 

473 

404 
16,796 

1,786 

10,022 

3,069 

344 

14,663 

45 



78,831 

.7 



173 

204 

147 

2,682 

445 

13,581 

172 

90 



3,206 

.6 

14,288 



17,494 



4,876 

222 

2,266 

42 

324 
748 

1,218 



403 

1,652 

1,455 

589 

438 
15,726 

1,641 

9,859 

3,582 

298 

15,948 

50 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Propeny crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
•Includes arson. 



224 



Table 39. — Male Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 

[10,148 agencies; 1991 estimated population 189.961,000] 



Offense charged 



Total 
all 
ages 



Ages 

under 

15 



Ages 

under 

18 



Ages 
18 and 



Age 



Under 
10 



10-12 



13-14 



20 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 

Murder and nonnegligeni 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber> 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime^ 

Percent distnbution' 

Crime Index total* 

Percent distribution' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, 

etc 

Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law 

violations 

Runaways 



8,729,684 

100.0 



458,371 

5.3 



,351,758 

15.5 



7,377,926 

84,5 



33,970 

.4 



119,831 

1.4 



304,570 

3.5 



239,704 

2.7 



305,901 

3.5 



347,782 
4.0 



412,571 

4,7 



423,740 

4.9 



421,162 

4.8 



16,733 
29.964 
127,280 
318,180 
299,541 
825,976 
145,446 
12,965 



492,157 

100.0 

1,283,928 

lOO.O 



1,776,085 
100,0 



659,120 

50,116 

167,066 

6,474 

114,964 
224,934 

166,133 



27,786 

76,440 

652,168 

11,270 

59,406 
1,117,678 

366,496 

588,569 

455,189 

27,898 

2,057,464 

12,287 

53,511 
58,630 



283 

1,706 

8,786 

13,104 

39,841 

121,094 

16,992 

4,306 



2.504 

4,679 

32,525 

44,678 

100,688 

263,323 

62,669 

6,319 



14,229 

25,285 

94,755 

273.502 

198,853 

562,653 

82,777 

6,646 



4 

81 

227 

976 

3,053 

9,409 

238 

987 



26 

430 

1,710 

3,277 

10,714 

37.594 

2,061 

1,453 



253 

1,195 

6,849 

8,851 

26,074 

74,091 

14,693 

1,866 



476 

853 

6,388 

7,836 

18,641 

45,173 

14,800 

812 



752 

977 

8,287 

10,906 

21,017 

49,808 

16,469 

649 



993 

1,143 

9,064 

12,832 

21,189 

47,248 

14,408 

552 



1,390 

1,357 

9,203 

14,099 

2 1 ,640 

45,512 

11,592 

492 



1,289 

1,311 

8,159 

14,156 

17,911 

38,182 

8,857 

423 



1,186 

1,281 

7,501 

13,824 

14,730 

32,315 

7,092 

386 



23,879 

4.9 

182,233 

14.2 



84,386 

17.1 

432,999 

33,7 



407,771 
82,9 

850.929 
66,3 



1.288 

.3 

13,687 

1,1 



5,443 

I.I 

51,822 

4.0 



17,148 

3.5 

116,724 

9.1 



15,553 
3.2 

79,426 
6.2 



20,922 
4.3 

87,943 
6.8 



24,032 
4.9 

83.397 
6.5 



26,049 
5.3 

79,236 
6.2 



24,915 
5.1 

65,373 
5.1 



23,792 

4.8 

54,523 

4.2 



206,112 
11.6 



517,385 
29,1 



1.258,700 
70.9 



14,975 



57,265 
3.2 



133,872 

7.5 



94,979 
5.3 



108,865 
6.1 



107,429 
6.0 



105,285 
5.9 



90,288 
5.1 



78,315 
4.4 



37,087 

820 

1.961 

113 

8,915 
49,093 



80 

6,793 

7,200 

139 

591 
318 

5,189 

1,414 

24.552 

501 

56.206 

980 

15,122 
25,441 



93,778 

4,567 

7.933 

508 

31,645 
98,890 

35,193 



1 3,407 
53,899 



1,932 
11,591 

75,189 

13,837 

78.531 

1.956 

195.497 

2,481 

53,511 
58,630 



565,342 

45,549 

159,133 

5,966 

83.319 
126,044 

1 30,940 



27,276 

63,033 

598,269 

10,382 

57,474 
1.106,087 

291,307 

574,732 

376,658 

25,942 

1,861,967 

9,806 



2,794 
43 
60 
12 

277 
6,395 

378 



623 

125 
4 

99 
119 

126 
88 

1,717 
16 

4,400 
87 

408 
1,222 



10,833 

229 

347 

34 

1,596 
15.999 

1,982 



23 

1.859 

736 

14 

133 
39 

385 

124 

6.290 

84 

1 3.404 

212 

2,504 
5,739 



23,460 

548 

1,554 

67 

7,042 
26,699 

7,384 



55 

4,311 

6,339 

121 

359 
160 

4,678 

1,202 

16,545 

401 

38,402 

681 

12,210 
18,480 



16,289 

672 

1,955 

62 

6,151 
16,188 

6,598 



52 

2,283 

8,935 

169 

380 
451 

9,411 

1,895 

14,016 

382 

31,934 

454 

12,144 
14,304 



19,133 

1,196 

1,615 

131 

7,879 
17,633 

8,735 



127 

2,259 

15.454 

214 

442 
2,789 

22,152 
3,514 
18,337 

557 
46,504 

518 

14,922 
12,925 



21,269 

1,879 

2,402 

202 

8,700 
15,976 

10,116 



251 

2,072 

22,310 

366 

519 
8,033 

38,437 

7,014 

21,626 

516 
60,853 

529 

11,323 
5,960 



22,919 

2,547 

4,391 

276 

9,633 
12,839 

11,572 



534 

2,244 

32,023 

443 

1,574 
20,874 

57,326 
15,436 
24,699 
1,002 
86,387 
567 



24,608 

2,721 

6,056 

316 

7,960 
10,879 

10,640 



716 

2,218 

34,224 

468 

1.622 
29,368 

58,916 
17,864 
24,388 

880 
99,072 

536 



26,552 

2,883 

7,249 

315 

6,658 
9,492 

9,463 



965 

2,121 

35,192 

352 

1,875 
37,544 

52,363 
19,798 
24,558 

742 
104,191 

534 



See footnotes at end of table 



225 



Table 39.— Male Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 















Ag 














OfTense charged 


22 


23 


24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-54 


55-59 


60-64 


65 and 
over 


TOTAL 


MS.OM 
4.0 


325,088 

3.7 


314,412 
3.6 


1,482,714 
17.0 


1,238,577 
14.2 


842,222 
9.6 


520,650 
6.0 


279,211 
3.2 


161,291 
1.8 


%,608 
1.1 


60,737 

.7 


64,723 


Percent distribution' 


,7 






Murder and nonnegligeni 


874 

1,129 

5,670 

12,545 

10,616 

24,195 

4,772 

320 


698 

1.120 

5.187 

12.346 

9.501 

21.966 

4.191 

238 


588 

1,149 

4,882 

11,932 

9,103 

20,834 

3,786 

259 


2,443 

5.430 

21.032 

57.589 

40.537 

102.309 

15.107 

1.263 


1.789 
4.492 
13.992 
47.720 
30.000 
91.388 
10.358 
1.028 


1.166 

2,948 

7.121 

31,640 

17,895 

65.965 

5.792 

752 


727 

1,729 

3,204 

19,340 

8,469 

40,481 

2,903 

477 


380 

851 

1,208 

10,610 

3,251 

19,892 

1,269 

270 


290 

530 

531 

5,916 

1,429 

11,299 

562 

175 


137 
293 
221 

3,409 
742 

7,144 

286 

98 


109 
192 
110 

2,166 
323 

5,089 
115 
55 


153 




201 




135 




2,426 




375 


Larceny-theft 


7,557 




156 




78 








20,218 
4.1 

39,903 
3.1 


19.351 
3.9 

35,896 
2.8 


18.551 
3.8 

33,982 
2.6 


86.494 

17.6 

159.216 

12.4 


67.993 

13.8 

132.774 

10.3 


42.875 
8.7 

90.404 
7.0 


25,000 
5.1 

52,330 
4.1 


13,049 
2.7 

24,682 
1.9 


7,267 

IS" 

13,465 

1.0 


4.060 
.8 

8.270 
,6 


2,577 
.5 

5,582 
.4 


2,915 


Percent distribution' 


.6 




8,266 




.6 






Crime Index total* 


60,121 
3.4 


55,247 
3.1 


52.533 
3.0 


245.710 
13.8 


200.767 
11.3 


133.279 

7.5 


77,330 
4.4 


37,731 
2.1 


20,732 
1.2 


12.330 

.7 


8,159 
.5 


11.181 




.6 








25,950 

2,265 

7,310 

266 

4,598 
6,988 

7.646 

1.166 

2.074 

30.690 

293 

2.132 
47.020 

9.947 
21.469 
21.108 

664 
92.930 

397 


25,488 

2,085 

7,186 

244 

4,102 
6,213 

6,706 

1,226 

2,029 
29,073 

257 

2,110 
46,394 

8,040 
20,627 
18,908 

647 
88,071 

435 


26.013 

2.124 

7.320 

249 

3.648 
5.676 

5.901 

1.227 

2,202 

28,173 

287 

2,316 
46.308 

6.791 
20.018 
17.738 

626 
84.856 

406 


127.998 

9.742 

34.257 

1.239 

15.220 
25.113 

24,050 

6.392 

11.436 

134.436 

1.265 

12.443 
233.107 

25.528 

104.902 

74,093 

4,077 

389,661 

2,045 


106.063 

7.734 

29.060 

989 

10.862 
18.112 

17,381 

5,228 

11,304 

109,031 

1,317 

11,846 
204,201 

19,445 

102,790 

57,361 

5.262 

318.088 

1.736 


67.518 

5.310 

20.402 

672 

7.192 
10.563 

11,137 

3.371 

8.479 

68,186 

1,181 

8,866 
143,723 

13,646 

81,226 

37,210 

4,661 

214,292 

1,308 


39,492 

2,929 

13,149 

433 

3,868 
5,646 

7,265 

2,210 

5,903 

36,424 

995 

5,362 
98,307 

9,283 

55.711 

22.622 

2.689 

130,284 

748 


20,322 

1,254 

7,041 

240 

1,850 
2,741 

4,194 

1,293 

3,630 

15,198 

878 

2,581 
59,468 

5,720 
34,386 
11,731 

1,722 

66,936 

295 


10,905 
660 

3,571 

225 

1,050 
1,465 

2,364 

758 

2,611 
6,561 

742 

1,196 
36,918 

3,633 

22,782 

6,952 

1,089 

36,915 

162 


6,103 
298 

2,025 
100 

502 

772 

1.479 

468 

1.674 

2,970 

603 

598 

23,242 

2,607 

15.283 

3,998 

562 

20,932 

62 


3,729 

180 

1,163 

36 

290 
443 

964 

277 

1,262 

1,429 

418 

334 
15,378 

1,598 

9,463 

2,616 

328 

12,630 

40 


4.135 




172 




1.380 




39 


Stolen property: buying, receiving, 


290 




638 


etc 


1.140 


Prostitution and commercialized 


376 


Sex offenses (except forcible rape 


1,639 




1,213 


Gambling 


542 


Offenses against family and 


366 


Driving under the influence 


14,423 




1,451 




9,284 




2,987 




247 


All other offenses (except traffic) 


13,174 




46 


Curfew and loitering law 




Runaways 







'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to (oial. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
•Includes arson. 



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Table 40. — Female Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 

(10,148 agencies; 1991 estimated population 189.961.000) 



Offense charged 



Total 
all 
ages 



Ages 

under 

15 



Ages 

under 

18 



Ages 

18 and 

over 



Age 



Under 
10 



10-12 



13-14 



17 



20 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 

Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault — 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Crime Index total* 

Percent distribution' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing. 

etc 

Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law 

violations 

Runaways 



2,014,071 
100,0 



1,921 

386 

11.902 

50.303 

29.249 

389.327 

16,182 

1,951 



64.512 

100.0 

436.709 

100.0 



501,221 
100.0 



130.024 

26.950 

125.531 

4.128 

15.615 

27,535 

12,822 



53.750 

5.788 

129.082 

1.643 

13.121 
171.198 

87,311 

68.550 

114.125 

3.364 

423,438 

2,420 

19,614 
76.841 



155,692 

7.7 



397,5S5 
19.7 



1.616.486 
80,3 



6,296 

.3 



32,586 
1.6 



116,810 

5.8 



82,788 
4.1 



84,441 

4.2 



74,664 

3.7 



75,W4 
3.8 



79,727 
4.0 



82.460 
4.1 



19 

36 

1.193 

2,925 

4,479 

46,913 

3,084 

450 



122 

87 

3,107 

7,975 

9,277 

105.904 

7.990 

621 



1.799 

299 

8.795 

42,328 

19,972 

283.423 

8,192 

1,330 



11 

92 

342 

2.254 

15 

81 



3 

11 

214 

582 

1.245 

12.911 

362 

118 



14 

25 

968 

2,251 

2,892 

31.748 

2.707 

251 



26 

16 

671 

1.601 

1,711 

19,778 

2,002 

85 



25 

II 

691 

1.772 

1.657 

20.447 

1.697 

45 



52 

24 

552 

1.677 

1.430 

18.766 

1.207 

41 



75 

10 

526 

1.578 

1.380 

17.447 

807 

61 



73 

9 

471 

1.743 

1.274 

15.919 

661 

46 



83 

II 

489 

1.948 

1.184 

14,848 

513 

43 



4.173 

6.5 

54,926 

12.6 



11,291 

17.5 

123,792 

28.3 



53.221 

82.5 

312.917 

71.7 



105 



2.692 
.6 



810 

1.3 

14.636 

3.4 



3.258 

5.1 

37,598 

8.6 



2.314 
3.6 

23,576 
5.4 



2,499 

3.9 

23.846 

5.5 



2,305 

3.6 

21.444 

4.9 



2.189 

3.4 

19.695 

4.5 



2.296 

3.6 

17.900 

4.1 



2,531 

3.9 

16.588 

3.8 



59.099 
11.8 



135.083 
27.0 



366,138 
73.0 



2,797 
.6 



15.446 
3.1 



40.856 
8.2 



25,890 

5.2 



26,345 
5.3 



23.749 
4.7 



21,884 
4.4 



20.196 
4.0 



19,119 

3.8 



12.939 
401 
909 

45 

1.192 
4,637 

949 



68 

613 

1.382 

4 

405 
84 

4,131 

580 

7,794 

95 

18,500 

273 

6.737 
34.855 



28,846 

2,299 

3,010 

276 

3,575 
9.000 

2.382 



565 

I.OIO 
6,529 

24 

1,012 
1,846 

29.021 

2.535 

20,791 

301 
52,356 

669 

19,614 
76,841 



101,178 

24.651 

122.521 

3.852 

12.040 
18,535 

10,440 



53,185 

4.778 

122,553 

1.619 

12.109 
169.352 

58.290 

66,015 

93,334 

3,063 

371,082 

1.751 



456 

22 

33 

I 

21 
538 

22 



56 
24 

45 

14 

332 

6 

1,190 

25 

90 
514 



3,020 

85 

155 

13 

170 
1,388 

201 



172 

164 

1 

69 

5 

344 

43 

1.615 

15 

3.422 
48 

964 
5,239 



9,463 

294 

721 

31 

1,001 
2,711 

726 



58 

357 

1,195 

3 

280 
55 

3,742 

523 

5.847 

74 

13.888 

200 

5.683 
29.102 



5,671 

346 

687 

26 

788 
1.554 

463 



71 

154 
1.198 

4 

239 
112 

5.320 

518 

4,181 

64 

10.092 

168 

4.793 
20.449 



5,368 

695 

553 

80 

801 
1.467 

476 



151 

128 
1,712 

5 

194 
510 

8,499 

581 

4,292 

65 

11,545 

155 

5,008 
15.811 



857 
861 
125 

794 
1.342 

494 



275 

115 

2,237 
11 

174 
1,140 

11.071 

856 

4.524 

77 

12.219 

73 

3,076 
5,726 



4,625 

1.204 

2.539 

254 

829 
1.106 

504 



945 

152 

3.642 

23 

379 
2,743 

14.534 

1,373 

4.572 

104 

14.515 

67 



4.824 

1.446 

4,035 

288 

820 
1,072 

500 



1.558 

177 

4,230 

23 

365 
4,047 

13.064 

1.685 

4.681 

90 

16,560 

66 



4,998 

1,605 

5.414 

272 

702 
1.073 

531 



2.082 

236 

4,869 

22 

426 
4.978 

10.748 

1.918 

4.913 

111 

18.369 

74 



See footnotes at end of table. 



227 



Table 40. — Female Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 





Age 


Offense charged 


22 


23 


24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-54 


55-59 


60-64 


65 and 
over 


TOTAL 


71,013 
3.5 


70,796 
3.5 


71,017 
3.5 


355,969 

17.7 


302,247 
15.0 


195,894 
9,7 


109,020 
5.4 


54,688 

2,7 


29,411 
1.5 


16,570 
.8 


10,555 

•5 


14.108 




.7 






Murder and nonnegligent 


93 
II 

423 

1,866 

896 

11,987 

426 

35 


64 

16 

432 

1,811 

903 

11,725 

392 

44 


78 

8 

436 

1.866 

928 

11.292 

428 

40 


367 

71 

2,372 

9,781 

4,484 

55,766 

1,817 

269 


354 

58 

1,771 

8,274 

3,648 

47,038 

1,392 

281 


223 

43 

847 

5,335 

2,192 

32,232 

736 

202 


144 

27 

337 

2,915 

1,038 

19,305 

304 

119 


68 

5 

105 

1,527 

479 

10,739 

135 

62 


57 
6 

52 

792 

204 

6,954 

43 

40 


21 

27 

370 

101 

5,035 

19 

22 


14 

1 

7 

214 

59 

3,842 

11 

14 


20 




3 




12 




256 


Burglary 


70 




5,924 




16 




12 






Violent crime^ 


2,393 

3.7 

13,344 

3.1 


2,323 

3.6 

13,064 

3.0 


2,388 

3.7 

12,688 

2.9 


12,591 
19.5 

62,336 
14.3 


10,457 
16.2 

52,359 
12.0 


6,448 

10.0 

35,362 

8.1 


3,423 

5.3 

20,766 

4.8 


1,705 

2.6 

11,415 

2.6 


907 

1.4 

7,241 

1.7 


420 

.7 

5,177 

1.2 


236 

.4 

3,936 

.9 


291 


Percent distribution' 


.5 




6,022 




1.4 








15,737 
3.1 


15,387 
3.1 


15.076 
3.0 


74,927 
14.9 


62,816 
12.5 


41,810 
8.3 


24,189 
4.8 


13.120 
2.6 


8,148 
1.6 


5,597 
I.I 


4,172 
.8 


6,313 




1.3 








4,672 

1.197 

5,834 

219 

604 
933 

496 

2.945 

239 

5,147 

23 

521 
6,762 

1,578 
2,173 
4.740 

80 
17,027 

86 


4,814 

1,188 

6,091 

219 

608 
885 

515 

2,992 

265 

5,436 

36 

474 
6,633 

1,219 

2,235 

4,627 

100 

16,999 

73 


4,745 

1,133 

6,034 

155 

571 
885 

490 

2.949 

235 

5,801 

35 

536 
6,756 

1.089 

2.401 

4.647 

124 

17.268 

87 


23,252 

5,543 

27,361 

742 

2,619 
4,263 

2.267 

16,122 

1,251 

31,785 

224 

2,620 
37,610 

4,406 
13,902 
21,936 

596 
84,128 

415 


19,060 

4,505 

23,063 

533 

2,072 
3,361 

1,849 

12,210 

993 

27,862 

271 

2,663 
34,918 

3,525 
14,387 
16,813 

659 
70,307 

380 


11,511 

2,848 

16,537 

389 

1,347 
1,872 

1,245 

5,805 

5.50 

16,570 

225 

1.913 
24,128 

2,303 

10,315 

10,043 

443 

45,796 

244 


6,346 

1.441 

10,140 

266 

666 

977 

698 

1,945 

259 

7,308 

229 

923 
15,538 

1,439 

6,050 

5.118 

343 

25.031 

114 


3,168 
648 

4,836 
143 

278 
512 

360 

559 

106 

2,647 

168 

378 
8.507 

844 

3.370 

2,679 

118 

12,207 

40 


1,732 

299 

2,288 

56 

133 
244 

240 

160 

40 

1,155 

1.30 

194 
4,511 

520 
1,890 
1.395 

85 
6.165 

16 


949 

108 

1,245 

43 

67 
141 

109 

57 

15 

452 
73 

95 
2,421 

265 

887 

732 

38 

3,271 

5 


520 
48 

564 
13 

38 
69 

55 

28 

II 
230 

55 

70 
1.418 

188 

559 

453 

16 

2.033 

5 


741 




50 




886 




3 




34 




110 


Weapons; carrying, possessing, 


78 


Prostilution and commercialized 


27 


Sex offenses (except forcible rape 


13 




242 




47 


Offenses against family and 


72 




1.303 




190 




575 




595 




51 


All other offenses (except traffic) 


2,774 




4 


Curfew and loitering law 













'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assauU. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
*Includes arson. 



228 



Table 41.— Total Arrests of Persons under 15, 18. 21. and 25 Years of Age, 1991 

110,148 agencies; iWl eslimated populalion 189.961.000] 



Offense charged 



lolal 
all ages 



Number of persons arrested 



Under 15 Under 18 Under 21 



Under 25 



Percent of total all ages 



Under 
15 



Under 
18 



Under 
21 



Under 

25 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber) 

Aggravated assault 

Burglar>' 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle thefl 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law' violations 

Runawavs 



10,743,755 



18,654 

30,350 

139,182 

368,483 

328,790 

l,215..303 

161,628 

14,916 



556,669 
1,720,637 



2,277,306 



789,144 
77,066 
292,597 
10,602 
130,579 
252,469 
178,955 

81,536 
82,228 
781,2.50 
12.913 
72,527 
1,288,876 

453,807 

657.119 

569,314 

31,262 

2,480,902 

14,707 

73.125 

135,471 



614,063 



1,749.343 



3.244.997 



4.908.560 



5.7 



16.3 



302 

1,742 

9,979 

16,029 

44,320 

168.007 

20,076 

4,756 



2,626 

4,766 

35,632 

52,653 

109,965 

369,227 

70,659 

6,940 



6,722 

8,745 

61,981 

100,001 

168,084 

533.450 

100.181 

8,391 



10,192 

1 3,468 

86,098 

158,203 

2 1 3,484 

677,244 

120,607 

9,699 



1.6 

5.7 

7.2 

4.3 

13.5 

13.8 

12.4 

31.9 



14.1 
15.7 
25.6 
14.3 
33.4 
30.4 
43.7 
46,5 



28,052 
237,159 



95,677 
556,791 



177,449 
810.106 



267,961 
1,021,034 



5.0 
13.8 



17.2 
32.4 



265.211 



652,468 



987.555 



1.288.995 



28.7 



50.026 

1,221 

2,870 

158 

10,107 

53,7.30 

10,693 

148 
7,406 
8,582 
143 
996 
402 

9,320 
1,994 

32,346 
596 

74.706 
1,253 

21,859 

60,296 



122,624 

6,866 

10.943 

784 

35.220 

107,890 

37,575 

1,075 

14,417 

60.428 

912 

2,944 
13.437 

104,210 

16,372 

99,322 

2,257 

247,853 

3,150 

73,125 

135,471 



211,150 

19,272 

40,627 

2,505 

61,822 

144,351 
70,785 

7,875 
21,565 

174,608 
2,243 
9,185 

112.991 

311,161 

74,446 

187.133 

5,186 

586.947 

4,994 

73,125 

135,471 



335,600 
33,297 
93,629 
4,441 
82,201 
175,427 
102,070 

24,250 
31,052 

317,541 

3,550 

20,007 

329.755 

357,216 

169,357 

289.980 

8,276 

1,026,278 

7,042 

73,125 

135,471 



6.3 
1.6 
1.0 
1,5 
7.7 
21.3 
6.0 



9.0 
1.1 
II 
1.4 



2.1 

.3 

5.7 

1.9 

3.0 

8.5 

29.9 

44.5 



15.5 

8.9 

3.7 

7.4 

27.0 

42.7 

21.0 

1.3 
17.5 
7.7 
7.1 
4.1 
1.0 

23.0 

2.5 

17.4 

7.2 

10.0 

21.4 

100.0 

100.0 



30.2 



36.0 
28.8 
44.5 
27.1 
51.1 
43.9 
62.0 
56.3 



31.9 
47.1 



26.8 
25.0 
13.9 
23.6 
47.3 
57.2 
39.6 

9.7 
26.2 

22.3 
17.4 
12.7 



68.6 
11.3 
32.9 
16.6 
23.7 
34.0 
100.0 
100.0 



45,7 



54.6 
44.4 
61,9 
42,9 
64.9 
55.7 
74.6 
65.0 



48.1 
59.3 



56.6 



42.5 
43.2 
32.0 
41.9 
63.0 
69.5 
57.0 

29.7 
37.8 
40.6 
27.5 
27.6 
25.6 

78.7 
25,8 
50.9 
26.5 
41.4 
47.9 
100.0 
100.0 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
•Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of I percent. 



229 



Table 42.— Total Arrests, Distribution by Sex, 1991 

[10.148 agencies; IWl estimated population I89.96:,000] 



Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total 



Male 



Female 



Percent 
male 



Percent 
female 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



Male 



Female 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime* 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses {except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



10,743,755 



18,654 

30,350 

139,182 

368,483 

328,790 

1,215,303 

161,628 

14,916 



556,669 
1,720,637 



2,277,306 



789.144 
77,066 
292.597 
10.602 
130.579 
252.469 
178,955 

81,536 
82,228 
781.250 
12.913 
72,527 
1,288,876 

453,807 

657,119 

569,314 

31,262 

2,480,902 

14,707 

73.125 

135.471 



8,729,684 



2,014,071 



81.3 



18.7 



100.0 



16.733 
29.964 
127,280 
318,180 
299.54! 
825.976 
145.446 
12,965 



1,921 

386 

11,902 

50,303 

29,249 

389,327 

16,182 

1,951 



89.7 
98.7 
91.4 
86.3 
91.1 
68.0 
90.0 
86.9 



10.3 

1.3 

8.6 

13.7 

8.9 

32.0 

10.0 

13.1 



.2 

.3 

1.3 

3.4 

3.1 

11.3 

1,5 

.1 



492.157 
1.283.928 



64.512 
436.709 



88.4 
74.6 



11.6 

25.4 



5.2 
16.0 



1.776.085 



501.221 



78.0 



22.0 



21,2 



659.120 
50.116 
167.066 
6.474 
114.964 
224.934 
166.133 

27.786 
76,440 
652,168 
11,270 
59,406 
1,117,678 

366,496 

588,569 

455,189 

27,898 

2,057.464 

12.287 

53.511 

58.630 



130.024 
26.950 

125.531 

4.128 

15.615 

27.535 

12,822 

53,750 

5,788 

129,082 

1,643 

13,121 

171,198 

87,311 

68,550 

114,125 

3,364 

423,438 

2,420 

19,614 

76,841 



83.5 
65.0 
57.1 
61.1 
88.0 
89.1 
92.8 

34.1 
93.0 
83.5 
87.3 
81.9 
86.7 

80.8 
89,6 
80.0 
89.2 
82.9 
83.5 
73.2 
43.3 



16.5 


7.3 


35.0 


.7 


42.9 


2.7 


38.9 


.1 


12.0 


1.2 


10.9 


2.3 


7.2 


1.7 


65.9 


.8 


7.0 


.8 


16.5 


7.3 


12.7 


.1 


18.1 


.7 


13.3 


12.0 


19.2 


4.2 


10.4 


6.1 


20.0 


5.3 


10.8 


.3 


17.1 


23.1 


16.5 


.1 


26.8 


.7 


56.7 


1.3 



100.0 



.3 
1.5 

3.6 
3.4 
9.5 
1.7 
.1 



5.6 
14.7 



20.3 



7.6 

.6 

1.9 

1.3 
2.6 
1.9 

.3 
.9 
7.5 
.1 
.7 
12.8 

4.2 

6.7 

5.2 

.3 

23.6 

.1 

.6 

.7 



100.0 



.1 

2 

.6 
2.5 
1.5 
19.3 
.8 
.1 



3.2 
21.7 



24.9 



6.5 
1.3 
6.2 

.2 
.8 
1.4 
.6 

2.7 
.3 

6.4 
.1 
.7 

8.5 

4.3 
3.4 
5.7 

.2 
21.0 

.1 
1.0 
3.8 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

-Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'Includes arson. 



230 



Table 43. — Total Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 

(10,075 agencies; 1991 estimated population 186,621.000] 



OITense charged 



Total arrests 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



While 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses {except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traflic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations ... 
Runaways 



10,516,399 



18,096 

29,767 

136.176 

364.250 

323.670 

1.190,037 

160,103 

14,738 



548,289 
1,688,548 



2,236,837 



772,016 
74,869 

291,528 
10,565 

129,609 
249,252 
173,490 

78,779 

80,838 

763,340 

12,464 

70,945 

1,270,713 

448,880 

625,127 

558,504 

30,755 

2,428,040 

10,184 

72,037 

127,627 



7,251.862 



3,049,299 



115,345 



99,893 



100.0 



69.0 



29.0 



7,861 

16.306 

51,217 

218,628 

222,817 

792,895 

93,728 

11,309 



9,924 

12,960 

83,146 

139,407 

94,688 

368,053 

62,918 

3,164 



143 

259 

600 

3,184 

2,844 

12.987 

1.266 

132 



168 

242 

1,213 

3,031 

3,321 

16,102 

2,191 

133 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



43.4 
54.8 
37.6 
60.0 
68.8 
66.6 
58.5 
76.7 



54.8 
43.5 
61.1 
38.3 
29.3 
30.9 
39.3 
21.5 



294,012 
1,120,749 



245,437 
528,823 



4,186 
17,229 



4,654 
21,747 



100.0 
100.0 



53.6 
66.4 



44.8 
31.3 



1,414.761 



774.260 



21.415 



26,401 



100.0 



63.2 



34.6 



498.497 

48,535 

197,643 

7,202 

73,908 
189,474 
98,609 

47,517 

63,185 

443,596 

5,581 

47,304 

1,129,876 

391,991 

507,571 

365,765 

15,735 

1,542,890 

4.150 

55,389 

102,683 



257,121 

25.264 

91.2.30 

3,195 

54,011 
55,014 
72,137 

29,943 

15,985 

312,997 

5,843 

20,942 
115,724 

43,576 
102,307 
182,414 

14.341 

831.857 

5.964 

14.819 

20,355 



9,685 

418 

1,283 

74 

696 

2,461 

893 

455 

828 

2,639 

16 

763 

14,846 

10,610 

13,544 

7,185 

605 

24,968 

53 

542 

1,366 



6,713 

652 

1,372 

94 

994 
2,303 
1,851 

864 

840 

4,108 

1,024 

1,936 

10,267 

2,703 
1,705 
3,140 

74 
28,325 

17 
1,287 
3,223 



100.0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
lOO.O 

1 00.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



64.6 
64.8 
67,8 
68.2 

57.0 
76.0 
56.8 

60.3 

78.2 
58.1 
44.8 
66.7 
88.9 

87,3 
81.2 
65.5 
51,2 
63,5 
40.8 
76,9 
80,5 



33.3 
33.7 
31.3 
30.2 

41.7 
22.1 
41.6 

38.0 

19.8 
41,0 
46.9 
29.5 
9.1 

9.7 
16.4 
32.7 
46.6 
34.3 
58.6 
20.6 
15.9 



1.1 



.9 
.4 
.9 
.9 
l.I 



1.0 



1.3 
.6 

,4 
,7 

.5 
I.O 

.5 



1.0 

.3 

.1 

I.I 

1.2 

2.4 
2.2 
1.3 
2.0 
1.0 
.5 
.8 
l.I 



.9 
.8 
.9 
.8 
1.0 
1.4 
1.4 
.9 



8 
1 1 



1.2 



.9 

1,1 

1.1 

1.0 

.5 

8.2 

2.7 

.8 

.6 
.3 
.6 

.2 
1.2 

.2 
1.8 
2.5 



See footnotes at end of table. 



231 



Table 43. — Total Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests under 18 



Total 



White 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property: buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children ,. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . . . 
Runaways 



1,709,319 



2.536 

4,701 

34,803 

51,913 

108,448 

362,851 

70,083 

6,895 



93,953 

548,277 



642,230 



119,608 
6,183 
10,917 

784 

34,987 
106,598 
36,480 

1,018 

14,186 

58,257 

816 

2,866 

13,301 

103,265 

15,522 

96,244 

2,240 

242,262 

1,891 

72,037 

127,627 



1,220.838 



444,341 



16,790 



27,350 



100.0 



71.4 



26.0 



1,037 

2,599 

13,127 

29,603 

82,891 

265,742 

41,183 

5,711 



1,453 
2,040 
21,023 
21.410 
22,570 
86,278 
26,929 
1,053 



14 

21 

153 

348 

1,266 

4,150 

687 

49 



32 

41 

500 

552 

1,721 

6,681 

1,284 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



40.9 
55.3 
37.7 
57.0 
76.4 
73.2 
58.8 



57.3 
43.4 
60.4 
41.2 
20.8 
23.8 
38.4 
15.3 



46,366 
395,527 



45,926 
136,830 



536 
6,152 



1,125 
9,768 



100.0 
100.0 



49.4 
72.1 



48.9 
25.0 



441.893 



182.756 



6,688 



10,893 



100.0 



68.1 



28.5 



74,899 

5.049 

6,302 

564 

20,425 
87,040 
22,612 

657 

10,278 

28,428 

164 

2,102 

12,413 

95,332 

13,865 

65,007 

1,730 

172,546 

1,460 

55,389 

102,683 



41,678 

1,007 

4,342 

197 

13,914 
17,497 
13,122 

335 

3,607 

29,172 

634 

649 

595 

4,968 

1,349 

29,939 

487 

62,527 

392 

14,819 

20,355 



1,044 
42 
75 
11 

237 
790 
181 

14 

105 

209 

5 

14 
198 

2,266 

259 

645 

8 

2,055 

36 

542 

1,366 



1,987 

85 

198 

12 

411 

1,271 

565 

12 

196 
448 

13 
101 

95 

699 

49 

653 

15 

5,134 

3 

1,287 

3,223 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



62.6 

81.7 
57.7 
71.9 

58.4 
81.7 
62.0 

64.5 

72.5 
48.8 
20.1 
73.3 
93.3 

92.3 
89.3 
67.5 
77.2 
71.2 
77.2 
76.9 
80.5 



34.8 
16.3 
39.8 
25.1 

39.8 
16.4 
36.0 

32.9 

25.4 
50.1 
77.7 
22.6 
4.5 

4.8 

8.7 

31. 1 

21.7 
25.8 
20.7 
20.6 
15.9 



1.0 



.6 

.4 

.4 

.7 

1.2 

1.1 

1.0 

.7 



.6 
1.1 



1.0 



.9 

.7 
.7 
1.4 

.7 
.7 
.5 



.7 
.4 
.6 
.5 
1.5 

2.2 

1.7 
.7 
.4 
.8 

1.9 
.8 

1.1 



1.6 



1.3 
.9 
1.4 
I.I 
1.6 



1.2 



1.2 
1.8 



1.7 



1.7 
1.4 
1.8 
1.5 

1.2 
1.2 
1.5 

1.2 

1.4 

.8 

1.6 

3.5 

.7 

.7 

.3 

.7 

.7 

2.1 

.2 

1.8 

2.5 



See footnotes at end of table. 



232 



Table 43. — Total Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests 18 and over 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 

Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglar\' 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the inftuence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runawavs 



8,807,080 



6,031,024 



2,504,958 



98,555 



72,543 



100.0 



68.5 



29.6 



15,560 

25.066 

101,373 

312,337 

215,222 

827,186 

90.020 

7,843 



454,336 
1,140,271 



1,594,607 



652,408 

68.686 

280.611 

9,781 

94.622 
142.654 
137.010 

77,761 

66,652 

705,083 

11,648 

68,079 

1,257,412 

345,615 

609,605 

462,260 

28,515 

2,185,778 

8,293 



6.824 

13.707 

38,090 

189.025 

139.926 

527.153 

52,545 

5,598 



8.471 

10.920 

62.123 

117,997 

72.118 

281.775 

35.989 

2. Ill 



129 

238 

447 

2.836 

1.578 

8.837 

579 

83 



136 

201 

713 

2.479 

1.600 

9,421 

907 

51 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



43.9 
54.7 
37.6 
60.5 
65.0 
63.7 
58.4 
71.4 



54.4 
43.6 
61.3 
37.8 
33.5 
34.1 
40.0 
26.9 



247.646 

725,222 



199.511 
391,993 



3,650 
11,077 



3,529 
11,979 



100.0 
100.0 



54.5 
63.6 



43.9 
34.4 



972.868 



591.504 



14.727 



15,508 



100.0 



61.0 



37,1 



423.598 

43.486 

191,341 

6.638 

53.483 
102,434 
75,997 

46,860 

52,907 

415.168 

5.417 

45.202 

1,117,463 

296,659 

493,706 

300,758 

1 4,005 

1,370,344 

2,690 



215.443 

24,257 

86,888 

2,998 

40,097 
37,517 
59,015 

29.608 

12,378 

283,825 

5.209 

20.293 
115,129 

38,608 
100,958 
152,475 

13.854 

769.330 

5,572 



8,641 

376 

1,208 

63 

459 

1,671 

712 

441 

723 

2.430 

1 1 

749 

14.648 

8.344 

13.285 

6,540 

597 

22,913 

17 



4,726 

567 

1,174 



583 
1,032 
1,286 

852 

644 

3,660 

1,011 

1,835 

10,172 

2,004 
1,656 
2,487 

59 
23,191 

14 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



64.9 
63.3 
68.2 
67.9 

56.5 
71,8 

55.5 

60.3 

79.4 
58.9 
46.5 
66.4 
88.9 

85.8 
81,0 
65.1 
49,1 
62.7 
32.4 



33.0 
35.3 
31.0 
30.7 

42.4 
26.3 
43,1 

38,1 

18.6 
40.3 
44.7 
29.8 
9,2 

11.2 
16.6 
33,0 
48,6 
35,2 
67.2 



.8 
,9 
.4 
,9 
.7 

I.I 
.6 

1.1 



.8 
1.0 



1.3 
.5 
.4 
.6 

,5 

1.2 

.5 



I.I 
.3 
.1 

1.1 

1.2 

2.4 
2.2 
1.4 
2.1 
1.0 
.2 



.7 
.8 
.7 
1.1 
1.0 
.7 



,8 
I.I 



1.0 



1.0 

.5 

8,7 

2.7 



.6 

.3 
.5 
2 
I.I 
.2 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total, 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
'Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
•Includes arson. 



233 



Table 44.— City Arrest Trends, 1990-1991 

(6,184 agencies; 1991 estlmaled population 122,505.000; 1990 population 120,904,000) 



Number of persons arrested 



Offense charged 



Total all ages 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 years of age 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



18 years of age and over 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercial vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling — ... 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in total) 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



7,911,446 



13,624 
21,467 
115,941 
262,963 
232,434 
945,898 
128,386 
9,944 



413,995 
1.316,662 



1,730.657 



565.028 
49.619 

153.704 

7.480 

97,743 

189,636 

131,909 

74,855 



7,769,033 



14,081 
21.622 
118,060 
265,321 
232,257 
966,139 
124,893 
9,999 



419,084 
1,333,288 



1,752,372 



584,878 
52,469 

171,772 

7,125 

96.817 

191,758 

136,745 

73,357 



57,165 


56.269 


636,902 


582.412 


11,611 


10.261 


33,880 


36.511 


800.164 


736,730 


377.362 


332,471 


551.581 


506,205 


479.759 


452,390 


26.837 


28,352 


1.768.257 


1,789,667 


15.849 


13,254 


63.800 


66,597 


103.497 


103.875 



-1.8 



1,350,727 



1,390,598 



+3.0 



6,560,719 



6,378,435 



+3.4 
+.7 

+ 1.8 
+.9 
-.1 

+2.1 

-2.7 
+.6 



2.117 

3.375 

28.972 

38,246 

76,321 

291,200 

56,758 

4,631 



2.216 

3,626 

31,722 

40,763 

78,473 

303.764 

56.386 

5.003 



+4.7 
+7.4 
+9.5 
+6.6 
+2.8 
+4.3 
-.7 
+8.0 



11,507 

18,092 

86,969 

224,717 

156,113 

654.698 

71.628 

5,313 



11,865 

17,996 

86,338 

224,558 

153,784 

662,375 

68,507 

4,996 



+ 1.2 
+ 1.3 



72.710 
428.910 



78,327 
443,626 



+7.7 
+3.4 



341.285 
887,752 



340,757 
889,662 



HI. 3 



501,620 



521,953 



1,229,037 



1,230,419 



+3.5 
+5.7 
+ 11.8 
-4.7 
-.9 
+ 1.1 
+ 3,7 

-2.0 

-1.6 
-8.6 
-11.6 
+7.8 
-7.9 

-11.9 

-8.2 
-5.7 
+5.6 
+ 1.2 
-16.4 
+4.4 
+.4 



90.935 


98,842 


4.873 


5,334 


7,535 


9,232 


661 


656 


26,494 


27,951 


77,908 


83,695 


26,407 


30,882 



1,032 

9,494 

51,477 

684 

2,046 

9,754 

87.069 

15.379 

81.893 

2.085 

186.084 

2.644 

63.800 

103.497 



914 

10.430 

49.298 

786 

2.257 

8,184 

76,076 

13,250 

83,385 

1,744 

195,257 

2,765 

66,597 

103,875 



+8.7 
+9.5 

+22.5 

-.8 

+5.5 

+7.4 

+ 16.9 

-11.4 

+9.9 

-4.2 

+ 14.9 

+ 10.3 

-16.1 

-12.6 

-13.8 

+ 1.8 

-16.4 

+4.9 

+4.6 

+4.4 

+.4 



474,093 
44,746 

146,169 

6,819 

71,249 

111,728 

105,502 

73,823 

47,671 

585,425 

16,927 

31,834 

790,410 

290,293 

536,202 

397,866 

24,752 

1,582,173 

13,205 



486,036 
47,135 

162,540 

6,469 

68,866 

108,063 

105,863 

72,443 

45,839 

533,114 

9,475 

34,254 
728,546 

256,395 

492,955 

369,005 

26,608 

1,594,410 

10,489 



-2.8 



+3.1 

-.5 

-.7 

-.1 

-1.5 

+1.2 

-4.4 

-6.0 



-.2 

+.2 



+2.5 
+5.3 
+ 11.2 
-5.1 
-3.3 
-3.3 
+.3 

-1.9 

-3.8 

-8.9 

-13.3 

+7.6 
-7.8 

-11.7 

-8.1 

-7.3 

+7.5 

+.8 

-20.6 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
■Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
^Includes arson. 



234 



Table 45.— City Arrest Trends, Sex, 1990-1991 

[6,184 agencies: 1991 eslimaled population 122,505,000; 1990 population 120.904,000] 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 1991 



Percent 

change 



Females 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. . . 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) , 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 
Dri\ing under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

AM other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations . 
Runaways 



6.426,429 



6,284,731 



1,040,985 



1,071.111 



+2,9 



1,485,017 



1,484,302 



309,742 



319,487 



12,292 
21,251 
106,217 
227,361 
210,524 
637,787 
115,802 
8,553 



12,691 
21,373 
107,774 
228,475 
210,492 
650,377 
112,396 
8,693 



+ 3.2 
+.6 

+ 1.5 
+.5 

4 

+2.0 
-2.9 
+ 1.6 



2,016 

3,321 

26,386 

32,467 

69,759 

207.007 

50,865 

4,165 



2,112 

3,573 

28,859 

34.589 

71,586 

214,663 

50,130 

4,562 



+4.8 
+7.6 
+9.4 
+6.5 
+2.6 
+3.7 
-1.4 
+9.5 



1 ,332 

216 

9.724 

35.602 

21,910 

308,111 

12,584 

1,391 



1,390 

249 

10,286 

36,846 

21,765 

315,762 

12,497 

1,306 



+4.4 

+ 15.3 

+ 5.8 

+3.5 

-.7 
+2.5 

-.7 
-6.1 



101 

54 

2,586 

5,779 

6,562 

84,193 

5,893 

466 



104 

53 
2,863 
6,174 
6,887 
89,101 
6,256 
441 



367,121 
972,666 



370,31.1 
981,958 



+.9 
+ 1.0 



64, 1 90 
331,796 



69,133 
340,941 



+7.7 
+2.8 



46,874 
343,996 



48,771 
351,330 



+4.0 
+2.1 



8,520 
97,114 



9,194 
102,685 



1,339,787 



1,352,271 



395,986 



410.074 



+3.6 



390,870 



400,101 



105,634 



111,879 



473,944 

32.314 

90.622 

4.282 

85,944 
169.081 
121,931 

25,538 

52,419 

530,090 

10,101 

25,570 

693,633 

305.753 

496,028 

384,335 

23,805 

1,470,657 

13,497 

46,515 

44,080 



488,473 

34,089 

103,983 

4,261 

85,104 
170,713 
126,998 

24,943 

51,872 

486,052 

9,033 

27.404 
634,383 

268,401 
453,731 
361,628 

25,358 
1,483,224 
1 1,086 
48,856 
43,954 



+3.1 

+5.5 

+ 14.7 

-.5 

-1.0 
+ 1.0 

+4.2 

-2.3 

-1.0 

-8.3 

-10.6 

+ 7.2 
-8.5 

-12.2 

-8.5 

-5.9 

+6.5 

+.9 

-17.9 

+ 5.0 

-.3 



69,574 

3,250 

5,404 

411 

23,977 
71,312 
24.749 

468 

8,846 

45,891 

658 

1,288 

8,354 

62.844 

13,089 

65,333 

1,758 

147,198 

2,147 

46,515 

44,080 



75,173 
3.458 
6,816 

425 

25,126 
76,569 
28,943 

420 

9,663 

44.142 

764 

1,436 

7,049 

55,104 

11,231 

66,258 

1,519 

154,131 

2,194 

48,856 

43,954 



+8.0 

+6.4 

+26.1 

+ 3.4 

+4,8 

+7,4 

+ 16.9 

-10.3 

+9.2 

-3.8 

+ 16.1 

+ 11.5 

-15.6 

-12.3 

-14.2 

+ 1.4 

-13.6 

+4.7 

+2.2 

+5.0 

-.3 



91,084 

17,305 

63,082 

3,198 

11,799 

20,555 

9,978 

49,317 

4,746 

106,812 

1,510 

8,310 

106,531 

71,609 
55,553 
95,424 

3,032 
297,600 

2,352 
17,285 
59,417 



96,405 

18,380 

67,789 

2,864 

11,713 

21,045 

9,747 

48,414 

4,397 

96,360 

1,228 

9,107 

102,347 

64.070 
52,474 
90,762 

2,994 
306,443 

2.168 
17,741 
59,921 



+5.8 

+6.2 

+ 7.5 

-10.4 

-.7 
+2.4 
-2.3 

-1.8 

-7.4 
-9.8 
-18.7 
+9.6 
-3,9 

-10.5 
-5.5 
-4.9 
-1.3 
+3.0 
-7.8 
+2.6 
+.8 



21,361 

1,623 

2,131 

250 

2,517 
6,596 
1,658 

564 

648 

5,586 

26 

758 
1,400 

24,225 
2,290 
16,560 

327 
38,886 

497 
17,285 
59,417 



23,669 

1,876 

2,416 

231 

2,825 
7,126 
1,939 

494 

767 

5,156 

22 

821 
1,135 

20,972 

2,019 

17,127 

225 

41,126 

571 

17,741 

59,921 



+3,1 



+3,0 
-1,9 
+ 10.7 
+6.8 
+5.0 
+5.8 
+6.2 
-5.4 



+ 7.9 
+ 5.7 



+5.9 



+ 10.8 

+ 15.6 

+ 13.4 

-7.6 

+ 12.2 

+8.0 

+ 16.9 

-12.4 

+ 18.4 
-7.7 

-15.4 
+8.3 

-18.9 

-13.4 
-11.8 

+ 3.4 
-31.2 

+ 5.8 
+ 14.9 

+2.6 
+.8 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault 
■Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 



235 



Table 46.— City Arrests. Distribution by Age, 1991 

[7.088 agencies; 1991 population 131,595,000] 



Offense charged 



Total 
all ages 



Ages 

under 

15 



Ages 

under 

18 



Ages 

18 and 

over 



Age 



Under 
10 



10-12 



13-14 



15 



16 



19 



20 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 

Murder and nonegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Percent distribution' 

Property cnme^ 

Percent distribution' 

Crime Index total* 

Percent distribution' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. . . 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children , 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations .. 
Runaways 



8,366.524 
100.0 



527,138 
6.3 



1,475,178 
17.6 



6,891,346 
82.4 



34,359 
.4 



131,661 
1.6 



361,118 
4.3 



273,039 
3.3 



326,658 
3.9 



348,343 

4.2 



387,803 
4.6 



396,882 

4.7 



394,039 

4.7 



14.879 

23.226 

125,389 

292,495 

248,952 

1,040,652 

131,318 

10,729 



273 

1,443 

9,359 

13,424 

34,499 

149,950 

16,976 

3,717 



2,320 

3,842 

32,998 

44,214 

83,343 

323,393 

58,863 

5,306 



12,559 

19,384 

92,391 

248,281 

165,609 

717,259 

72,455 

5,423 



5 

71 

218 

842 

2,677 

10,573 

218 

839 



26 
357 
1,811 
3,252 
9,322 
45,543 
2,052 
1,241 



242 

1,015 

7,330 

9,330 

22,500 

93,834 

14,706 

1,637 



446 

690 

6,573 

8,021 

15.600 

56,711 

14,021 

695 



686 

805 

8,288 

10,698 

16,975 

60,609 

15,033 

490 



915 

904 

8,778 

12,071 

16,269 

56,123 

12,833 

404 



1,214 

1,029 

8,618 

12,660 

15,990 

52,205 

9.849 

355 



1,158 

1,036 

7,652 

12,847 

13,273 

45,041 

7,618 

294 



455,989 

100.0 

1,431,651 

100.0 



24,499 

5.4 

205,142 

14.3 



83,374 

18.3 

470,905 

32.9 



372,615 
81.7 

960,746 
67.1 



1,136 



14,307 
1.0 



5,446 

1.2 

58,158 

4.1 



17,917 

3.9 

132,677 

9.3 



15,730 
3.4 

87,027 
6.1 



20,477 
4.S 

93.107 
6.5 



22,668 
5.0 

85.629 
6.0 



23,521 

5.2 

78,399 

5.5 



22,693 
5.0 

66,226 
4.6 



1,887,640 
100.0 



229,641 
12.2 



554,279 
29.4 



1,333,361 
70.6 



15,443 



63,604 
3.4 



150,594 
8.0 



102.757 
5.4 



113,584 
6.0 



108,297 

5,7 



101,920 
5.4 



88,919 

4.7 



624,690 

57,693 

181,894 

7,881 

105,727 
203,229 

147,447 

78,082 

60,955 

626,106 

11,183 

39,704 

807,765 

359,477 

536,313 

503,147 

28,895 

1,908,170 

13,505 

70,023 

106.998 



43,236 

1,068 

2,596 

151 

8,830 

44,760 

9,321 

133 

5,747 

7,607 

137 

854 

262 

7,584 
1,754 

29,010 
515 

62,883 
1,149 

20.868 

49,032 



104,041 

5,722 

9,579 

692 

29,994 
87,701 
32,871 

990 



520,649 

51,971 

172,315 

7.189 

75,733 
115,528 
114,576 

77,092 



10,914 


50,041 


52,953 


573,153 


873 


10,310 


2,439 


37,265 


9,085 


798,680 


81,216 


278,261 


13,993 


522,320 


89,252 


413,895 


1,854 


27,041 


206,862 


701,308 


2,847 


10.658 


70,023 




106,998 





2,728 
58 
73 
13 

268 

5,721 

343 

5 

565 

119 

4 

131 

89 

143 

87 

1,738 

17 

4,737 

103 

491 

1,483 



12,048 

277 

441 

47 

1,598 

14,460 

1,884 



1,608 

759 

14 

172 

29 

575 

148 

7,057 

86 

14,085 

232 

3,299 

9,214 



28,460 

733 

2,082 

91 

6,964 

24,579 

7,094 

104 

3,574 

6,729 

119 

551 

144 

6,866 

1,519 

20,215 

412 

44,061 

814 

17,078 

38,335 



18,768 

899 

2,482 

75 

5,958 
14,476 
6,210 

117 

1,829 

8,984 

169 

541 

401 

11,784 
2,122 
16.410 

369 
34,873 

561 
16,140 
27,114 



20,466 

1,565 

1,819 

188 

7,251 
15,151 
8,103 

253 

1,759 

15,116 

205 

525 
2,255 

23,826 

3,544 

20,311 

494 
48,467 

605 
19,159 
22,012 



21,571 

2,190 

2.682 

278 

7,955 
13,314 

9,237 

487 

1,579 

21,246 

362 

519 

6,167 

38,022 

6,573 

23,521 

476 

60,639 

532 

13,856 

8,840 



21,990 

2,865 

5,039 

431 

8,430 
10,682 
10,271 

1,396 

1,717 

29,245 

436 

1,230 
14,766 

56,166 
13,057 
26,055 

959 
80,571 

577 



23,522 

3,119 

6,914 

483 

7,035 
9,409 
9,356 

2,193 

1,702 

31,016 

461 

1,219 
21,533 

56,849 
15,309 
26,043 

851 
90,395 

554 



1,078 

983 

7,129 

12,731 

11,190 

39,326 

6.095 

290 



21,921 
4.8 

56,901 
4.0 



78,822 
4.2 



25,268 

3,395 

8,425 

471 

5,863 
8,419 
8,443 

2,929 

1,756 

31,840 

352 

1,444 

27,442 

49,789 
17,112 
26,438 

748 
94,517 

566 



See footnotes at end of table. 



236 



Table 46. — City Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Age 



23 



24 



25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 



55-59 



60-64 



65 and 
over 



TOTAL 

Percent dislribution' 



Murder and nonnegtigenl manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime' 

Percent distribution' 



Crime Index total* . 
Percent distribution' 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) ... 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . 
Runaways 



363,232 
4.3 



899 

987 

6.324 

12.740 

9.780 

34.872 

5.094 

252 



20,950 
4.6 

49,998 
3.5 



70.948 
3.8 



26.446 

3.020 

8.451 

465 

4.960 
7,602 
7.991 

3.743 

1.908 

30.821 

352 

1.643 
36.783 

13,898 
20,722 
27,953 

750 
94,270 

506 



321,984 
3.8 



303,605 
3.6 



293,590 

3.5 



1,405.060 
16.8 



1,175,491 
14.0 



789,840 
9.4 



474,171 

5.7 



247,641 
3.0 



141,268 
1.7 



83,763 
1.0 



53,170 
.6 



776 

881 

5.409 

11.542 

8.423 

30.467 

4.085 

240 



607 

865 

5.034 

11,266 

7.751 

28,234 

3,615 

201 



527 

888 

4,742 

10.964 

7,586 

27,043 

3,351 

207 



2,229 

4,280 

20.992 

53.183 

35.163 

134,439 

13.647 

1.055 



1.618 

3.472 

14,077 

43,834 

26,967 

118.713 

9.465 

918 



1.015 

2,229 

7,156 

28,743 

16,332 

84,481 

5,227 

634 



610 

1,273 

3,148 

17,073 

7.667 

51.024 

2.497 

415 



291 

608 

1.170 

9.110 

2.935 

25,945 

1,063 

210 



225 

381 

496 

5.031 

1,300 

15.517 

439 

157 



108 

193 

214 

2.815 

654 

10.357 

209 

89 



91 

133 

98 

1.777 

286 

7,691 

92 

41 



18,608 
4.1 

43,215 
3.0 



17.772 
3.9 

39.801 
2.8 



17.121 
3.8 

38.187 
2.7 



80.684 

17.7 

184.304 

12.9 



63.001 

13.8 

156.063 

10.9 



39.143 

8,6 

106.674 

7.5 



22,104 
4.8 

61,603 
4,3 



11.179 
2,5 

30.153 
2.1 



6.133 

1.3 

17,413 

1,2 



3.330 

,7 

11.309 



2,099 
.5 
8.110 
.6 



61.823 
3,3 



57.573 
3,0 



55.308 
2.9 



264.988 
14,0 



! 19.064 
11.6 



145,817 

7,7 



83.707 
4.4 



41.332 
2,2 



23.546 
1,2 



14.639 



10.209 

,5 



24.561 

2.547 

8.306 

383 

4.129 
6,381 
6.711 

3.969 

1.767 

28,478 

278 

1,558 
34,379 

9,242 
18.869 
23,158 

677 
84,318 

450 



24.010 

2.409 

8.279 

344 

3.746 
5.741 
5.903 

4.079 

1.706 

27,246 

265 

1,529 
33,273 

7,321 
18.178 
20.983 

658 
79.904 

458 



24,048 

2.407 

8.190 

305 

3.296 

5.287 
5.241 

4,025 

1.841 

26.792 

287 

1,563 
33,235 

6,226 
17.836 
19.791 

673 
76.794 

445 



119.189 
11,154 

37,720 
1.495 

14.252 
23.732 
21,387 

21,632 

9.782 

132.002 

1.326 

8.157 

170,075 

23.721 
95.900 
84,735 

4.327 
357,195 

2.291 



97.469 
9.119 

31.606 
1.071 

10.248 
17.450 
15.163 

16.708 

9.126 

108.339 

1.357 

7,485 

149.884 

18.660 
96.236 
64,888 

5,584 
294.059 

1.975 



61,093 

6.048 

21,877 

718 

6,825 
10.023 

9,757 

8,765 

6.604 

67.517 

1.212 

5.465 

104.084 

13.173 

75.711 

40.988 

4.884 

197.839 

1.440 



34.781 

3.220 

13.592 

444 

3.544 
5.304 
6.126 

3.928 

4.470 

34,815 

1.052 

3.059 

69,901 

8,996 

51,157 

23.937 

2.886 

118.451 

801 



17.443 

1.386 

6.725 

220 

1.635 
2,563 
3.448 

1.738 

2.708 

14.022 

847 

1,374 
41.855 

5.475 
31,393 
12.298 

1.761 

59.116 

302 



9.203 
685 

3.250 
207 



1.310 
1,948 

849 

1.771 

6.051 

698 

669 

25.357 

3,442 

20,569 

7,125 

1.108 

32.442 

154 



5,051 
296 

1.772 
91 

415 

695 

1.173 

483 

1.176 

2,628 

528 

374 

15.579 

2,457 
13.594 
3,943 
583 
18.225 
61 



3.039 
141 

852 



241 
399 
738 

283 



1.235 

382 

230 

10.479 

1.530 

8.415 

2.575 

328 

11.143 

37 



59,807 

.7 



113 
146 
132 
1.965 
312 
11.904 
109 
65 



2.356 

.5 

12.. 190 

,9 



14.746 



3.536 

160 

1.317 

33 

230 
531 
920 

372 

1,121 

1,106 

477 

266 

10.055 

1.316 

8.262 

2.985 

264 

12.069 

41 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-lheft. motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
*Includes arson. 



237 



Table 47.— City Arrests of Persons under IS, 18, 21, and 25 Years of Age, 1991 

(7,088 agencies; 1991 estimaled population 131,595,000] 





Total all 
ages 


Number of persons arrested 


Percent of total all ages 


Offense charged 


Under 15 


Under 18 


Under 21 


Under 25 


Under 
15 


Under 
18 


Under 
21 


Under 

25 


TOTAL 


8,366,524 


527,138 


1,475,178 


2,653,902 


3,936,31.3 


6,3 


17.6 


31.7 


47.0 








14,879 

23,226 

125,389 

292,495 

248,952 

1,040,652 

131,318 

10,729 


273 

1 ,443 

9,359 

13,424 

34.499 

149,950 

16.976 

3.7 1 7 


2.320 

3,842 

32,998 

44,214 

83,343 

323,393 

58,863 

5,306 


5,770 

6,890 

56,397 

82.452 

123.796 

459,965 

82,425 

6,245 


8,579 

10,511 

77,906 

128.964 

157,336 

580,581 

98,570 

7,145 


1.8 

6.2 

7.5 

4.6 

13.9 

14.4 

12.9 

34.6 


15.6 
16.5 
26.3 
15.1 
33.5 
31.1 
44.8 
49.5 


38.8 
29.7 
45.0 
28.2 
49.7 
44.2 
62.8 
58.2 


57.7 




45.3 




62.1 




44.1 




63.2 




55.8 




75.1 




66.6 








455,989 
1,431,651 


24,499 
205,142 


83,374 
470,905 


151,509 
672,431 


225,960 
843,632 


5.4 
14.3 


18.3 
32.9 


33.2 
47.0 


49.6 




58.9 








1,887,640 


229.641 


554,279 


823,940 


1,069.592 


12.2 


29.4 


43.6 


56.7 








624,690 
57,693 
181,894 
7,881 
105,727 
203,229 
147,447 

78,082 
60,955 

626,106 
11,183 
39,704 

807,765 

359,477 

536,313 

503,147 

28,895 

1,908,170 

13,505 

70,023 

106,998 


43,2.36 

1,068 

2,596 

151 

8,830 

44,760 
9,321 

133 

5,747 

7,607 

137 

854 

262 

7,584 
1,754 

29,010 
515 

62,883 
1,149 

20,868 

49,032 


104,041 

5,722 

9,579 

692 

29,994 

87,701 

32,871 

990 

10,914 

52,953 

873 

2,439 

9,085 

81,216 

1 3,993 

89,252 

1,854 

206,862 

2,847 

70,023 

106,998 


174.821 

15,101 

29,957 

2.077 

51.322 

116,211 
60,941 

7,508 

16,089 

145,054 

2,122 

6.3.32 

72.826 

244,020 

59,471 

167,788 

4.412 

472,345 

4,544 

70,023 

106,998 


273,886 

25,484 

63,183 

3,574 

67,453 

141,222 
86,787 

23,324 
23,311 

258,391 
3,304 
12,625 

210,496 

280,707 

135,076 

259,673 

7,170 

807,631 

6,403 

70,023 

106,998 


6,9 
1.9 
1.4 
1.9 
8.4 
22.0 
6.3 

T 

9.4 
1.2 
1.2 

2 t 

A 

2.1 

.3 

5.8 

1.8 

3.3 

8.5 

29.8 

45.8 


16.7 

9.9 

5.3 

8.8 

28.4 

43.2 

22.3 

1.3 
17.9 
8.5 
7.8 
6.1 
1.1 

22.6 

2.6 

17.7 

6.4 

10.8 

21.1 

100.0 

100.0 


28.0 
26.2 
16.5 
26.4 
48.5 
57.2 
41.3 

9.6 
26.4 
23.2 
19.0 
15.9 

9.0 

67.9 
11.1 
33.3 
15.3 
24.8 
33.6 
100.0 
100.0 


43.8 




44.2 




34.7 




45.3 




63.8 




69.5 




58.9 




29.9 


Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 


38.2 
41.3 




29.5 




31.8 




26.1 




78.1 




25.2 




51.6 




24.8 




42.3 




47.4 




100.0 




100.0 







'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape. robber>'. and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
Mncludes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 



238 



Table 48.— City Arrests, Distribution by Sex, 1991 

[7.088 agencies; 1991 estimated population 131.595.OOOJ 



Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total 



Male 



Female 



Percent 
male 



Percent 
female 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



Female 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle thef^ 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime* 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



8,366,524 



14.879 

23.226 

125.389 

292.495 

248.952 

1.040.652 

131.318 

10.729 



455.989 
1,431,651 



1.887,640 



624,690 
57,693 
181,894 
7,881 
105,727 
203,229 
147,447 

78,082 
60,955 

626,106 
11,183 
39,704 

807:765 

359,477 

536,313 

503,147 

28,895 

1,908,170 

1 3.505 

70.023 

106.998 



6.769,163 



1,597,361 



19.1 



100.0 



13.397 
22.958 
114.504 
251.174 
225.832 
700.959 
118.155 
9.306 



1.482 

268 

10.885 

41.321 

23.120 

339.693 

13.163 

1.423 



90.0 
98.8 
91.3 
85.9 
90.7 
67.4 
90.0 
86.7 



10.0 

1.2 
8.7 
14,1 
9.3 
32.6 
10.0 
13.3 



.3 
1.5 
3.5 
3.0 
12,4 
1.6 
,1 



402.033 
1.054.252 



53,956 
377.399 



73.6 



11,8 
26,4 



5,5 
17,1 



1.456.285 



431.355 



77.1 



22,9 



22.6 



521,774 
37.624 

110.258 

4,736 

92,962 

180,784 

136.781 

26.376 
56.054 

523.036 

9.871 

29,846 

695,446 

290,987 

480,519 

401.295 

25.837 

1.580.705 

11.294 

51.284 

45.409 



102,916 
20,069 
71,636 
3,145 
12,765 
22,445 
10,666 

51,706 
4.901 

103.070 
1,312 
9,858 

112,319 

68,490 

55,794 

101,852 

3,058 

327,465 

2,211 

18,739 

61,589 



83.5 
65,2 
60.6 
60.1 
87,9 
89,0 
92,8 

33,8 
92.0 
83,5 
88,3 
75.2 
86.1 

80,9 
89,6 
79,8 
89,4 
82.8 
83,6 
73,2 
42,4 



16,5 
34,8 
39.4 
39,9 
12,1 
11,0 
7,2 

66,2 
8,0 
16,5 
11,7 
24,8 
13.9 

19.1 
10,4 
20,2 
10,6 
17,2 
16,4 
26,8 
57,6 



7,5 
,7 
2,2 
,1 
1.3 
2.4 
1.8 

.9 

.7 

7,5 

.1 

.5 

9.7 

4,3 

6.4 

6.0 

,3 



1.3 



100.0 



.2 

.3 

1.7 

3,7 

3,3 

10,4 

1,7 

,1 



5,9 
15,6 



21,5 



7,7 
.6 
1,6 
,1 
1.4 
2,7 
2.0 



7.7 

.1 

,4 

10.3 

4.3 

7,1 

5,9 

,4 

23.4 



100.0 



.7 

2.6 

1,4 

21,3 



3,4 
23.6 



27.0 



6.4 
1.3 
4.5 
.2 
.8 
1.4 
.7 

3.2 
.3 

6.5 
.1 
.6 

7.0 

4.3 
3.5 
6.4 

.2 
20.5 

.1 
1.2 
3.9 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Less than one-tenth of I percenl, 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'Includes arson. 



239 



Table 49.— Citj Arrests, Distribution b) Race, 1991 

[7.038 agencies; 1991 estimated population 128.639.000) 



Offense charged 



Total arrests 



Total 



White 



Black 



Amencan 

Indian 

or 

Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



Amencan 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber>' 

Aggravated assault 

Burglarv 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen properly; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . . 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfevv- and loitering law violations . . . 
Runaways 



8,150,431 



14.336 

22,697 

122,464 

288,583 

244,358 

1.016.242 

129.871 

10.580 



448,080 
1,401,051 



1,849,131 



608,027 

55,645 

181,110 

7,850 

104.969 
200.192 
142,123 

75.339 

59,657 

608,799 

10,747 

38,571 

791,172 

354.830 

504.818 

492,824 

28.410 

1.858,958 

9.011 

68.986 

99.262 



5,356,450 



2,622,481 



87,978 



83,522 



100.0 



65.7 



32.2 



5.159 

11.164 

44.356 

161.594 

158.289 

665.754 

71.685 

7.702 



8,944 

11,198 

76,505 

122.347 

81.534 

324,594 

55,396 

2,701 



105 

142 

502 

2,009 

1,822 

11,722 

876 

76 



128 

193 

1,101 

2,633 

2.713 

14.172 

1,914 

101 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



36.0 
49.2 
36.2 
56.0 
64.8 
65.5 
55.2 
72.8 



62.4 
49.3 
62.5 
42.4 
33.4 
31.9 
42.7 
25.5 



222.273 
903.430 



218.994 

464,225 



2,758 
14,496 



4,055 
18,900 



100.0 
100.0 



49.6 
64.5 



48.9 
33.1 



1,125.703 



683.219 



17,254 



22.955 



100.0 



60.9 



36,9 



373,543 

34,358 

113,342 

5.153 

56.104 

146,857 

75,703 

44,854 

44,480 

328,704 

4,414 

25,231 
690,250 

305,827 

400,340 

311,762 

13,977 

1,121,655 

3.232 

53,081 

77,880 



221.796 

20,449 

65,972 

2,574 

47,522 
49,469 
64,140 

29,248 

13,880 

274,912 

5,435 

11,010 

84,093 

37,940 
91,893 

172.840 
13.769 

694.411 
5,745 
14,484 
17,680 



7,298 
301 
693 

52 

478 

1,919 

666 

434 

579 

1,831 

14 

530 
9,439 

8,996 

11,187 

5,465 

597 

18,688 

20 

505 

1,032 



5.390 

537 

1.103 

71 

865 
1.947 
1,614 

803 

718 
3,352 

884 
1,800 
7,390 

2,067 

1,398 

2,757 

67 

24,204 

14 

916 

2,670 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



61.4 
61.7 
62.6 
65.6 

53.4 
73.4 
53.3 

59.5 

74.6 
54.0 
41.1 
65.4 
87.2 

86.2 
79.3 
63.3 
49.2 
60.3 
35.9 
76.9 
78.5 



36.5 
36.7 
36.4 
32.8 

45.3 

24.7 
45.1 

38.8 

23.3 

45.2 
50.6 
28.5 
10.6 

10.7 
18.2 
35.1 
48.5 
37.4 
63.8 
21.0 
17.8 



1.1 



.7 
.6 

.4 
.7 
.7 
1.2 
.7 
.7 



.6 

1.0 



1.2 

.5 
.4 
.7 

.5 
I.O 

.5 



1.0 

.3 
.1 

1.4 
1.2 

2.5 
2.2 
l.I 
2,1 
1.0 
.2 
.7 
1.0 



.9 
.9 
.9 
.9 
l.I 
1.4 
1.5 
1.0 



.9 

1.3 



1.2 



.9 

1.0 

.6 

.9 



1.0 
l.I 

l.I 

1.2 

.6 

8.2 

4.7 

.9 

.6 

.3 
.6 
.2 
1.3 
.2 
1.3 
2,7 



See footnotes at end of table. 



240 



Table 49. — Cit> Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests under 18 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Naii\c 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber. 

Aggravated assault 

Burglarv 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime' . 
Property crime' 



Crime index total* 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except tralTic) . . 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



1.436,467 



2,230 

3,780 

32.174 

43.504 

81,947 

317,163 

58,315 

5.265 



81.688 
462,690 



544,378 



101,089 

5,041 

9,554 

692 

29.803 
86.489 
31,797 

933 

10,702 

50,808 

779 

2,374 

8,972 

80,353 
13,160 
86,335 

1,839 
201,530 

1,591 
68,986 
99,262 



997,767 



402,000 



13,526 



23,174 



100.0 



69.5 



28.0 



830 

1.910 

11.938 

23.661 

60.199 

229,854 

32,618 

4,273 



1,362 
1,821 
19,630 
19,119 
19,544 
77.682 
24,085 
899 



10 

12 

140 

241 

829 

3,791 

490 

35 



37 

466 

483 

1,375 

5,836 

1,122 

58 



100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
1 00.0 



37.2 
50.5 
37.1 
54.4 
73.5 
72.5 
55.9 
81.2 



61.1 
48.2 
61.0 
43.9 
23.8 
24.5 
41.3 
17,1 



38.339 
326,944 



41.932 
122.210 



403 
5.145 



1.014 
8.391 



100.0 
100.0 



46.9 

70,7 



51.3 
26,4 



365,283 



164.142 



5.548 



9,405 



100.0 



67.1 



30,2 



61,249 

4.076 

5,200 

497 

16,631 
69,093 
19,146 

584 

7,268 

23.405 

150 

1.669 

8,289 

73,474 
11,680 
57,119 

1,396 
139,388 

1.209 
53,081 
77.880 



37,416 

859 

4,126 

176 

12,623 
15,736 
12,008 

324 

3,190 

26,908 

612 

603 

478 

4,544 

1,218 

28.105 

424 

55.973 

371 

14.484 

17.680 



798 
32 
54 
11 

190 
596 
151 



1.626 

74 

174 

8 

359 

1,064 

492 

11 



72 


172 


171 


324 


5 


12 


12 


90 


141 


64 


1,838 


497 


221 


41 


517 


594 


7 


12 


1,603 


4.566 


8 


3 


505 


916 


1,032 


2.670 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100 

100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 
100,0 



60.6 
80,9 
54,4 
71.8 

55.8 
79,9 
60,2 

62.6 

67,9 
46,1 
19,3 
70,3 
92,4 

91,4 
88.8 
66.2 

75.9 
69.2 
76.0 
76,9 
78,5 



37,0 
17.0 

43,2 
25,4 

42.4 
18.2 
37.8 

34.7 

29.8 
53.0 
78,6 
25,4 
5,3 

5,7 
9,3 
32.6 
23.1 
27.8 
23.3 
21.0 
17,8 



,4 
.3 
.4 
.6 
1.0 
1.2 
.8 
,7 



,5 
1.1 



1,0 



.6 
.6 
1.6 

.6 

.7 
.5 

1,5 

.7 
.3 
.6 
,5 
1.6 

2.3 
1.7 
.6 
,4 
,8 
.5 
.7 
1,0 



1,3 
1,0 
1.4 
I.I 
1.7 
1.8 
1.9 
I.I 



1.2 
1.8 



1,7 



1,6 

1.5 
1.8 
1.2 

1.2 
1.2 
1.5 

1.2 

1.6 
.6 

1.5 
3.8 

.7 

.6 
.3 

.7 
.7 
2.3 
.2 
1.3 
2,7 



See footnotes at end of table. 



241 



Table 49.— City Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991— Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests 18 and over 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; canning, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations ... 
Runaways 



6,713,964 



12.106 

18.917 

90,290 

245,079 

162,411 

699,079 

71,556 

5.315 



366,392 
938,361 



1.304.753 



506.938 

50.604 

171.556 

7,158 

75.166 
113.703 
110.326 

74.406 

48.955 

557.991 

9.968 

36.197 
782,200 

274,477 

491,658 

406,489 

26,571 

1,657.428 

7,420 



4,358,683 



2,220.481 



74,452 



60.348 



100.0 



64.9 



33.1 



4.329 

9.254 

32.418 

137,933 

98.090 

435.900 

39,067 

3.429 



7.582 

9,377 

56,875 

103,228 

61,990 

246,912 

31.311 

1.802 



95 

130 

362 

1,768 

993 

7,931 

386 

41 



100 

156 

635 

2,150 

1,338 

8,336 

792 

43 



lOO.O 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



35.8 
48.9 
35.9 
56.3 
60.4 
62.4 
54.6 
64.5 



62.6 
49.6 
63.0 
42.1 
38.2 
35.3 
43.8 
33.9 



183,934 
576,486 



177,062 
342,015 



2,355 
9,351 



3,041 
10,509 



100.0 
100.0 



50.2 
61.4 



48.3 
36.4 



760.420 



519.077 



11,706 



13,550 



100.0 



58.3 



39.8 



312.294 

30.282 

108,142 

4,656 

39,473 
77.764 
56.557 

44,270 

37,212 

305,299 

4,264 

23,562 
681,961 

232,353 
388,660 
254.643 
12,581 
982,267 
2,023 



184,380 

19,590 

61,846 

2,398 

34.899 

33.733 
52.132 

28.924 

10.690 

248,004 

4,823 

10,407 

83.615 

33,396 
90,675 

144,735 
13,345 

638,438 
5,374 



6.500 

269 

639 

41 

288 

1.323 

515 

420 

507 

1.660 

9 

518 
9,298 

7,158 

10,966 

4,948 

590 

17.085 

12 



3.764 

463 

929 

63 

506 
883 

1,122 

792 

546 
3,028 

872 
1.710 
7,326 

1,570 

1,357 

2,163 

55 

19,638 

II 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
1 00.0 

100.0 

100.0 
1 00.0 
1 00.0 
100.0 
1 00.0 

1 00.0 
lOO.O 
1 00.0 
1 00.0 
100.0 
1 00.0 



61.6 
59.8 
63.0 
65.0 

52.5 
68,4 
51.3 

59.5 

76.0 

54.7 
42,8 
65.1 
87.2 

84.7 
79.1 
62.6 
47.3 
59.3 
27.3 



36.4 
38.7 
36.1 
33.5 

46.4 
29,7 
47.3 

38.9 

21.8 
44.4 
48.4 
28.8 
10.7 

12.2 
18.4 
35.6 
50.2 
38.5 
72.4 



.6 
1.0 



1.3 
.5 
.4 
.6 

.4 
1.2 
.5 



1.0 
.3 
.1 
1.4 
1.2 

2.6 
2.2 
1.2 
2.2 
1.0 
.2 



I.O 



.7 
.9 
.5 
.9 



1.0 
I.I 

I.l 

.5 
8.7 
4.7 

.9 

.6 
.3 
.5 
.2 
1.2 
.1 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total, 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
^Includes arson. 



242 



Table 50.— Suburban Count) Arrest Trends. 1990-1991 

[738 agencies; 1991 eslimated population 31.484.000; 1990 population 31,141,000] 



Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total all ages 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 1 8 years of age 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



18 years of age and over 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft ; 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



1,377,047 



2.155 

4.058 

9.294 

44,931 

41.155 

112.183 

20,621 

2,195 



60,438 
176,154 



236,592 



91,279 
9.586 
42,752 
1,742 
15,081 
27,115 
19,813 

4.288 

11,869 

104,326 

1,557 

18,281 

305,438 

53,191 

66,851 

31,971 

1,508 

315.095 

294 

1,529 

17,183 



1,350.684 



166,598 



175.337 



+5.2 



1.210.449 



1.175.347 



2,064 

4,03 1 

10,393 

45,280 

43,209 

113.819 

20,234 

2.475 



-4.2 

-.7 

+ 11.8 

+.8 

+5.0 

+ 1.5 

-1.9 

+ 12.8 



198 

605 

1,798 

5,424 

1 3,966 

30.618 

8,038 

956 



196 

577 

2,197 

5.999 

15,139 

32,609 

8,098 

1.164 



-1.0 
-4.6 

+22.2 

+ 10.6 

+8.4 

+6.5 

+.7 

+21.8 



1,957 

3.453 

7.496 

39.507 

27,189 

81,565 

12,583 

1.239 



61,768 

179,737 



+2.2 
+2.0 



8.025 
53,578 



8,969 
57,010 



+ 11.8 

+6.4 



52,413 
122,576 



241,505 



+2.1 



61,603 



65.979 



H7.1 



174,989 



93,614 
10.105 
44,538 
1,640 
15,185 
27,981 
20,569 

2,972 

12,081 

96,831 

1.036 

20,515 

275,338 

47,497 

59,000 

31,250 

1,755 

327,981 

367 

1,748 

17,543 



+2.6 
+5.4 
+4.2 
-5.9 
+.7 
+3.2 
+3,8 

-30.7 

+ 1.8 

-7.2 

-33.5 

+ 12.2 

-9.9 

-10.7 
-11.7 

-2.3 
+ 16.4 

+4.1 
+24.8 
+ 14.3 

+2.1 



11,259 

625 

581 

112 

3,343 

10,998 

2,730 

100 

2,024 

5,803 

50 

237 
2,645 

12,581 

1,588 

5,945 

288 

25,374 

58 

1,529 

17,183 



12,932 

694 

612 

76 

3,588 

12,687 

3,600 

72 
2,134 
5,170 

31 

246 

2,201 

11,602 

1,206 

6,639 

330 

26,247 

62 

1.748 

17,543 



+ 14.9 

+ 11.0 

+ 5.3 

-32.1 

+7.3 
+ 15.4 
+31.9 

-28.0 
+5.4 

-10.9 

-38.0 
+3.8 

-16.8 

-7.8 
-24.1 
+ 11.7 
+ 14.6 

+3.4 

+6.9 
+ 14.3 

+2.1 



80,020 
8,961 
42,171 
1,630 
11,738 
16,117 
17,083 

4,188 

9,845 

98,523 

1,507 

1 8,044 

.302,793 

40,610 

65,263 

26,026 

1,220 

289,721 

236 



1,868 

3,454 

8,196 

39.281 

28,070 

81,210 

12,136 

1,311 



52.799 

122,727 



175.526 



80,682 
9,411 
43,926 
1,564 
11,597 
15,294 
16,969 

2,900 
9,947 

91,661 
1,005 

20,269 
273,137 

35,895 

57,794 

24,611 

1,425 

301.734 

305 



-2.9 



-4.5 

4 

+9.3 
-.6 

+3.2 
-.4 

-3.6 

+ 5.8 



+.7 
+.1 



+.8 
+5.0 
+4.2 
-4.0 
-1.2 
-5.1 

-.7 

-30.8 

+ 1.0 

-7.0 

-33.3 

+ 12.3 

-9.8 

-11.6 

-11.4 

-5,4 

+ 16,8 

+4.1 
+29.2 



'Violenl crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 



243 



Table 51.— Suburban County Arrest Trends, Sex, 1990-1991 

[738 agencies; 1991 estimated population 31.484,000; 1990 population 31,141,000) 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime' 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. . . . 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex olTenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) — 
Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



1,141,539 



1,113,822 



-2.4 



129,443 



136,748 



+5.6 



235,508 



236,862 



+.6 



37,155 



38,589 



1,918 

4,018 

8,549 

39,632 

37,888 

77,068 

18,453 

1,968 



54,117 
135,377 



189,494 



76,322 
6,264 

21,957 
1,105 

13,340 
24,368 
18,445 

1,817 

11,264 

85,938 

1,248 

16,774 

270.051 

43,189 

60,068 

26,054 

1,290 

263,162 

245 

1,135 

8,254 



1,857 

3,973 

9,662 

39,995 

39,703 

78,628 

18,293 

2,164 



-3.2 

-1.1 

+ 13.0 

+.9 

+4.8 

+2.0 

-.9 

+ 10.0 



184 

587 

1.675 

4,628 

12,949 

22,697 

7,041 



188 

562 

2,067 

5,128 

13,961 

24,099 

7,160 

1 ,054 



+2.2 

-4.3 

+23.4 

+ 10.8 

+ 7.8 

+6.2 

+ 1.7 

+ 19.5 



237 

40 

745 

5,299 

3,267 

35,115 

2,168 

227 



207 

58 

731 

5,285 

3,506 

35,191 

1,941 

311 



-12.7 

+45.0 

-1.9 

-.3 

+7.3 

+.2 

-10.5 

+37.0 



14 

18 

123 

796 

1,017 

7,921 

997 

74 



8 

15 

130 

871 

1,178 

8,510 

938 

110 



55,487 
138,788 



+2.5 
+2.5 



7,074 
43,569 



7,945 
46,274 



+ 12.3 
+6.2 



6,321 
40,777 



6,281 
40,949 



-.6 

+.4 



951 
10,009 



1,024 
10,736 



194,275 



+2.5 



50,643 



54,219 



+7.1 



47,098 



47,230 



+.3 



10,960 



11,760 



77,695 
6,562 

22,831 
1,021 

1 3,490 
25,168 
19,174 

1,185 

11,517 

80,154 

854 

18,796 

240,975 

38,185 

52,846 

25,267 

1,525 

272,831 

304 

1,289 

8,182 



+ 1.8 
+4.8 
+4.0 
-7.6 

+ 1.1 
+3.3 
+4.0 

-34.8 

+2.2 

-6.7 

-31.6 

+ 12.1 

-10.8 

-11.6 
-12.0 

-3.0 
+ 18.2 

+3.7 

+24.1 

+ 13.6 

-9 



8.752 
397 
404 

78 

3,023 
10,130 

2,576 

50 

1,879 

5,009 

39 

173 

2,293 

8,967 

1,331 

4,577 

239 

19,494 

48 

1,135 

8,254 



10,065 

498 

395 

53 

3,233 
11,742 
3,400 

43 

2,005 

4,488 

31 

188 

1,887 

8,202 

995 

5,174 

292 

20,367 

49 

1,289 

8,182 



+ 1 5.0 

+25.4 

—2.2 

-32.1 

+6.9 
+ 15.9 
+32.0 

-14.0 

+6.7 
-10.4 
-20.5 

+8.7 
-17.7 

-8.5 

-25.2 

+ 13.0 

+22.2 

+4.5 

+2.1 

+ 13.6 

-.9 



14,957 

3,322 

20,795 

637 

1,741 
2,747 
1,368 

2,471 



605 
18,388 

309 

1,.507 

35,387 

10,002 

6,783 

5,917 

218 

51,933 

49 

394 

8,929 



15,919 

3,543 

21,707 

619 

1,695 
2,813 
1,395 

1,787 

564 

16,677 

182 

1,719 

34,363 

9,312 

6, 1 54 

5,983 

230 

55,150 

63 

459 

9,361 



+6.4 
+6.7 

+4.4 



-2.6 

+2.4 
+2.0 

-27.7 

-6.8 

-9.3 

-41.1 

+ 14.1 

-2.9 

-6.9 
-9.3 
+ 1.1 
+5.5 
+6.2 
+28.6 
+ 16.5 
+4.8 



2,507 

228 

177 

34 

320 
868 
154 

50 

145 

794 

II 

64 

352 

3,614 

257 

1,368 

49 

5,880 

10 

394 

8.929 



2,867 

196 

217 

23 

355 
945 
200 



129 
682 



58 


-9,4 


314 


-10,8 


3,400 


-5.9 


211 


-17.9 


1,465 


+7.1 


38 


-22.4 


5,880 





13 

459 

9,361 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Properly crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
includes arson. 



244 



Table 52. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 

(914 agencies: 1991 estimated population 35, 775,000] 



Offense charged 



lolal 
all 
ages 



Ages 
under 

15 



Ages 

under 

18 



Ages 

18 and 

over 



Age 



Under 
10 



10- 



13-14 



19 



20 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 

Murder and nonnegligenl manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary ' 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson ■. . , 

Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Crime Index total' 

Percent distribution' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children ,. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct -.., 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . . . 
Runawavs 



1,506,506 
100,0 



2,307 

4,500 

11,561 

49,072 

47,362 

126,392 

21,931 

2,684 



67,440 

100.0 

198,369 

100.0 



265,809 
100.0 



103,392 

11,721 

56,221 

1,778 

17,839 
30,024 
22,301 

3,214 

13,351 

106,061 

1.104 

22,675 
300.285 

49,921 

64.131 

36.924 

1.971 

375.758 

383 

1,964 

19,679 



63,484 
4,2 



190,758 
12.7 



1,315,748 
87.3 



4,177 
.3 



15,054 
1.0 



44,253 
2.9 



35,341 
2J 



43,424 
2.9 



48,509 
3.2 



62,309 
4.1 



65,188 
4.3 



20 

209 

599 

2.106 

6,415 

14.070 

2.265 

824 



221 

628 

2.390 

6.398 

16.348 

35.005 

8,680 

1,239 



2,086 

3,872 

9,171 

42,674 

31,014 

91,387 

13,251 

1,445 



6 

20 
194 
443 
800 
20 
179 



63 
111 
473 
1,662 
3,859 
254 
259 



18 

140 

468 

1,439 

4,310 

9,411 

1,991 

386 



45 

133 

455 

1,107 

3,057 

6,403 

2.099 

157 



60 

116 

615 

1.491 

3.375 

7.307 

2,303 

144 



96 

170 

721 

1.694 

3.501 

7,225 

2,013 

114 



189 

2IS 

936 

1,964 

3,751 

7,314 

1,811 

107 



1.34 

176 

834 

1,931 

3,196 

6,109 

1,362 

84 



2,934 

4.4 

23,574 

11.9 



9,637 

14.3 

61,272 

30.9 



57,803 

85.7 

137.097 

69.1 



220 

.3 

1.442 

.7 



649 

1.0 

6.034 

3.0 



2,065 

3.1 

16,098 

8.1 



1.740 

2.6 

11.716 

5.9 



2.282 

3.4 

13,129 

6.6 



2.681 

4.0 

12,853 

6.5 



3.307 

4.9 

12.983 

6.5 



3.075 

4.6 

10,751 

5.4 



26,508 
10.0 



70,909 

267 



194,900 

73.3 



1,662 



6,683 

2.5 



;,163 
6.8 



13,456 
5.1 



15,411 



15,534 
5.8 



16.290 
6.1 



13,826 



5,311 
91 

137 

7 

1,028 
6,204 
1.131 

II 

1.142 

720 

6 

105 

75 



123 

2.547 

63 

8.835 

24 

599 

7.925 



13.799 
740 

743 
77 

4.109 
13.461 
3.867 

75 

2.300 

5,584 

33 

303 

2.386 

12.227 

1,293 

7,278 

335 

29,528 

68 

1,964 

19,679 



89.593 
10.981 

55.478 
1.701 

13.730 
16.563 
18.434 

'3.139 

11,051 

100,477 

1,071 

22,372 
297,899 

37,694 

62,838 

29,646 

1.636 

346.230 

315 



386 
3 



1.411 
18 
14 



26 

804 

41 



102 
17 



254 

3 

620 



4 
191 



136 

1,991 

236 

3 

294 

100 

1 

23 

10 

77 

10 

639 

9 

2.014 

5 

95 

1.285 



3.514 
70 
112 

7 

866 

3,409 

854 



746 

603 

5 

62 

46 

806 

108 

1,654 

51 

6,201 

19 

500 

6,449 



2,455 
81 
93 
11 

776 

2.190 

720 



416 

870 

4 

42 

86 

1.517 

184 

1.346 

64 

5.230 

15 

496 

5,283 



2.866 

205 

190 

19 

1.115 

2.498 

906 

21 

395 

1,568 

12 

58 

550 

3,583 
315 

1,618 
111 

6,808 

15 

494 

4.666 



3,167 

363 

323 

40 

1.190 
2.569 
1.110 

37 

347 

2,426 

11 

98 

1,675 

6,235 

671 

1,767 

97 

8,655 

14 

375 

1,805 



3,422 

506 

933 

78 

1.458 
1,890 
1,419 

81 

385 

4.484 

26 

436 
5.494 

8.416 

1,957 

1,898 

137 

12,978 

21 



3.556 

604 

1.431 

92 

1.229 
1.406 
1,338 

75 

381 

5.169 

24 

423 

7,332 

8,063 

2,106 

1,725 

105 

16,281 

22 



67,750 
4,5 



130 
192 
721 
1,942 
2,617 
5,260 
1.101 



2.985 
4.4 

9.060 
4.6 



12.045 
4.5 



3.804 

628 

2.056 

77 

1.058 
1.239 
1,165 

111 

377 

5,626 

20 

523 
9,387 

7,253 

2.302 

1,663 

91 

18,310 

15 



See footnotes at end of table. 



245 



Table 52. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Age 



22 2} 24 25-29 30-34 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-54 



55-59 



60-64 



65 and 
over 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 



Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime^ 

Percent distribution' 

Property crime* 

Percent distribution' 



Crime Index total* . 
Percent distribution' 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen properly, buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except trafTic) .. 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



65,268 
4.3 



115 

192 

640 

1.960 

2,104 

4,683 

999 

75 



2,907 
4.3 

7,861 
4.0 



10,768 
4.1 



3,920 

625 

2,294 

79 

881 
1,092 
1,125 

124 

336 

5,493 

18 

663 

13,087 

1,768 

2,830 

1.677 

79 

18,391 

18 



59,% I 
4.0 



59,367 
3.9 



58,202 
3.9 



278,380 
18.5 



232,314 

15.4 



155,480 
10.3 



95,074 
6.3 



51,520 
3.4 



28,569 
1.9 



16,559 
1.1 



9,968 

.7 



128 

165 

568 

1,823 

1,799 

3,914 

786 

52 



97 

185 

478 

1,876 

1,528 

3.786 

702 

47 



77 

169 

478 

1.770 

1.391 

3.488 

604 

56 



352 

778 

1.948 

9.095 

6.005 

16.899 

2.363 

285 



305 

650 

1.387 

7.867 

4.210 

14.498 

1.628 

■)■>■> 



183 

481 

649 

5,199 

2,393 

10,296 

927 

184 



148 

314 

316 

3.229 

1,145 

6,525 

488 

101 



79 

144 

111 

1,791 

472 

3,373 

244 

73 



75 

90 

59 

944 

186 

1,892 

103 

32 



24 

58 

23 

564 

109 

1,271 

63 

19 



19 
28 
14 

357 
54 

910 
22 
17 



2.684 
4.0 

6,551 
3.3 



2.636 
3.9 

6,063 
3.1 



2.494 

3.7 

5,539 



12.173 
18.1 

25.552 
12.9 



10.209 
15.1 

20,558 
10.4 



6,512 

9.7 

13,800 

7.0 



4,007 
5.9 

8.259 
4.2 



2,125 
3,2 

4,162 
2.1 



1.168 
1.7 

2,213 
I.I 



669 

1.0 

1,462 

.7 



418 

.6 

1,003 

.5 



9,235 
3.5 



8.699 
3.3 



8,033 
3.0 



37,725 
14.2 



30,767 
11.6 



20,312 
7.6 



12,266 
4.6 



6,287 
2.4 



3,381 
1.3 



2,131 



1,421 

.5 



3.736 

548 

2.452 

80 

744 

883 

1,057 

139 

347 

5,034 

25 

707 

12,888 

1,175 

2,606 

1,464 

55 

16,777 

9 



3,945 

466 

2,569 

79 

658 
786 
976 

134 

404 

5,082 

18 

718 

13,221 

1.035 

2,577 

1,343 

74 

16.568 

15 



4,164 
490 

2,627 
71 

637 
725 
805 

140 

383 

4,837 

21 

863 

12,977 

805 

2,493 

1,337 

63 

16,713 

18 



20,214 

2,520 

12,546 

336 

2,540 
3,269 
3,400 

823 

1,890 

23,338 

115 

4,833 
65,356 

3,338 

12,380 

5,973 

276 

77,442 

66 



17,286 

1,892 

10,700 

295 

1,923 
2,254 
2,718 

682 

2,076 

19,346 

153 

5,063 
55,912 

2,252 

11,276 

4,914 

271 

62,487 

47 



10,979 

1,328 

7,759 

204 

1,216 
1,345 
1,671 

382 

1,484 

11,571 

116 

3,775 
38,811 

1,423 

8,678 

3,284 

185 

40,926 

31 



6,507 
739 

4,986 
155 

667 

738 

1,121 

208 

1,057 

5,934 

107 

2,328 

26,361 

883 

5,659 

1,898 

119 

23,315 

26 



3,536 

310 

2,523 

90 

325 
386 
671 

103 

660 

2,515 

125 

1,109 

15,501 

515 

3,247 

1,058 

65 

12,481 

13 



1,980 

164 

1,246 

31 

189 
261 
389 

61 

463 

1,057 

100 

509 

9,428 

354 

1,993 

604 

56 

6,294 

9 



1,164 

69 

660 

21 

91 
108 
249 

30 

298 

523 

93 

221 

5,771 

179 

1,243 

341 

12 

3,354 

1 



653 

60 

338 

9 

58 
67 
169 

19 

216 

270 

60 

106 

3,500 

114 

752 

208 

16 

1,929 

3 



9,839 

.7 



31 

32 

9 

362 

54 

1,169 

48 

9 



434 

.6 

1,280 

.6 



1,714 
.6 



727 

32 

358 

4 

56 
114 
161 

27 

294 

198 

50 

95 

2,873 

121 

739 

259 

32 

1,984 

I 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
^Includes arson. 



246 



Table 53. — Suburban County Arrests of Persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 Years of Age, 1991 

|9I4 agencies, 1991 estimated population 35, 775.000] 



Offense charged 



Total all 
ages 



Number of persons arrested 



Under 15 Under 18 Under 21 



Under 25 



Percent of total all ages 



Under 
15 



Under 
18 



Under 

21 



Under 
25 



TOTAL 

M urder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



1,506,506 



2.307 

4,500 

11,561 

49,072 

47,362 

126.392 

21,931 

2,684 



67,440 
198,369 



265,809 



103,392 
11,721 
56,221 
1.778 
17.839 
30.024 
22.301 

3,214 

13.351 

106.061 

1,104 

22,675 

300,285 

49,921 

64,131 

36,924 

1.971 

375,758 

383 

1,964 

19,679 



63,484 



190,758 



386,005 



628.803 



4.2 



12.7 



20 

209 

599 

2.106 

6.415 

14,070 

2,265 

824 



221 

628 

2.390 

6.398 

16.348 

35.005 

8,680 

1,239 



674 

1.214 

4.881 

12,235 

25,912 

53,688 

12,954 

1,512 



1.091 
1.925 

7,045 
19,664 
32,734 
69,559 
16,045 

1,742 



.9 

4.6 

5.2 

4.3 

13.5 

11.1 

10.3 

30.7 



9.6 
14.0 

20.7 
13.0 
34.5 
27.7 
39.6 
46.2 



2.934 
23.574 



9.637 
61.272 



19.004 
94.066 



29.725 
1 20.080 



4.4 
11.9 



14,3 
30.9 



26.508 



70,909 



113.070 



149,805 



10.0 



26.7 



5.311 

91 

137 

7 

1.028 

6,204 

1,131 

11 

1.142 

720 

6 

105 

75 

892 

123 

2.547 

63 

8.835 

24 

599 

7.925 



13.799 

740 

743 

77 

4.109 

13.461 

3.867 

75 
2.300 
5.584 

33 

303 

2.386 

12.227 

1.293 

7.278 

335 

29,528 

68 

1.964 

19,679 



24.581 

2,478 

5.163 

324 

7,854 

17.996 
7.789 

342 

3,443 

20,863 

103 

1.685 

24.599 

35.959 

7.658 

12.564 

668 

77.097 

126 

1.964 

19.679 



40.346 
4,607 
15.105 
633 
10.774 
21.482 
11.752 

879 

4.913 

41.309 

185 

4.636 

76.772 

40.742 

18.164 

18.385 

939 

145.546 

186 

1,964 

19.679 



5.1 
.8 
.2 
.4 

5.8 
20.7 

5.1 

.3 
8.6 

.7 
.5 
.5 



1.8 

2 

6.9 
3.2 
2.4 
6.3 
30.5 
40.3 



13.3 

6.3 

1.3 

4.3 

23.0 

44.8 

17.3 

2.3 
17.2 
5.3 
3.0 
1.3 



24.5 

2.0 

19.7 

17.0 

7.9 

17.8 

100.0 

100.0 



25.6 



29.2 
27.0 
42.2 
24,9 
54.7 
42.5 
59.1 
56.3 



28,2 
47.4 



42.5 



23.8 
21.1 
9.2 
18.2 
44.0 
59.9 
34.9 

10.6 
25.8 
19.7 
9.3 
7.4 
8.2 

72.0 
11.9 
34.0 
33.9 
20.5 
32.9 
100.0 
100.0 



41.7 



47.3 
42.8 
60.9 
40.1 
69.1 
55.0 
73.2 
64.9 



44.1 
60.5 



56.4 



39.0 
39.3 
26.9 
35.6 
60.4 
71.5 
52.7 

27.3 
36.8 
38.9 
16.8 
20.4 
25.6 

81.6 
28.3 
49.8 
47.6 
38.7 
48.6 
100.0 
100.0 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
Mncludes arson. 
*Less than one-tenth of I percent. 



247 



Table 54. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Sex, 1991 

[914 agencies; 1991 estimaled populalion 35,775,000] 



Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total 



Male 



Female 



Percent 
male 



Percent 
female 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



Male 



Female 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



1,506.506 



2.307 

4,500 

11,561 

49,072 

47,362 

126,392 

21,931 

2,684 



67,440 
198.369 



265,809 



103,392 
11,721 
56,221 
1.778 
17,839 
30,024 
22,301 

3,214 

13,351 

106,061 

1,104 

22,675 

300,285 



49,921 

64,131 

36,924 

1,971 

375,758 

383 

1,964 

19,679 



1,239,209 



267,297 



82.3 



17.7 



100.0 



2.062 
4.438 
10,740 
43,201 
43,531 
87,523 
19,787 
2,346 



245 

62 

821 

5,871 

3.831 

38.869 

2,144 

338 



89.4 
98.6 
92.9 
88.0 
91.9 
69.2 
90.2 
87.4 



10.6 
1.4 
7.1 

12.0 
8.1 

30.8 
9.8 

12.6 



60.441 
153.187 



6.999 
45.182 



89.6 

77.2 



10.4 
22.8 



213.628 



52.181 



80.4 



19.6 



85.989 
7.575 
28.604 
1.125 
15.820 
26.968 
20,759 

1,284 

12,752 

87,666 

908 

20,726 

262,781 



40.166 

57.339 

29.859 

1.722 

312.659 

318 

1.462 

9.099 



17.403 
4.146 

27.617 

653 

2,019 

3,056 

1,542 

1.930 

599 

18.395 

196 

1.949 

37,504 



9,755 

6,792 

7,065 

249 

63,099 

65 

502 

10,580 



83.2 
64.6 
50.9 
63.3 
88.7 
89.8 
93.1 

40.0 
95.5 
82.7 
82.2 
91.4 
87.5 



80.5 
89.4 
80.9 
87.4 
83.2 
83.0 
74.4 
46.2 



16.8 
35.4 
49.1 
36.7 
11.3 
10.2 
6.9 

60.0 
4.5 

17.3 

17.8 
8.6 

12.5 



19.5 
10.6 
19.1 
12.6 
16.8 
17.0 
25.6 
53.8 



.2 

.3 

.8 

3.3 

3.1 

8.4 

1.5 

.2 



4.5 
13.2 



17.6 



6.9 
.8 
3.7 
.1 
1.2 
2.0 
1.5 

.2 
.9 

7.0 
.1 

1.5 
19.9 



3.3 

4.3 

2.5 

.1 

24.9 

s 

.1 
1,3 



100.0 



.2 

.4 

.9 

3.5 

3.5 

7.1 

1.6 

.2 



4.9 
12.4 



17.2 



6.9 
.6 

2.3 
.1 
1.3 
2.2 
1.7 

.1 
1.0 
7.1 

.1 

1.7 

21.2 



3.2 

4.6 

2.4 

.1 

25.2 

s 



100,0 



.1 
.0 
.3 
2.2 
1.4 
14.5 
.8 
.1 



2.6 
16.9 



19.5 



6.5 
1.6 
10.3 
.2 
.8 
1.1 
.6 

.7 
.2 
6.9 
.1 
.7 
14.0 



3.6 

2.5 

2.6 

.1 

23.6 

s 

.2 
4.0 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'includes arson. 

'Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 



248 



Table 5S. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 

|9I0 agencies; 1991 estimaled population 35.592,000] 



OfTense charged 



Total arrests 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . , . 
Runaways 



1,499,680 



2,299 

4,467 

11,496 

48,868 

47,115 

125,871 

21,902 

2,667 



67,130 
197,555 



264,685 



103,180 

11,654 

56,083 

1,776 

17,719 
29,942 
22,217 

3,200 

13,296 

105,859 

1.101 

22,372 
299,455 

49,872 

63,971 

36.522 

1,952 

372,912 

383 

1,945 

19,584 



1,168.433 



317,541 



6,445 



7,261 



100.0 



77.9 



21.2 



1.639 

3.142 

5.565 

36.715 

37.643 

87.800 

15.035 

2.298 



623 

1,273 

5,802 
11,563 

9.024 
36.474 

6,593 
339 



29 
41 
376 
200 
508 
108 
13 



29 

23 

88 

214 

248 

1,089 

166 

17 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



71.3 
70.3 
48.4 
75.1 
79.9 
69.8 
68.6 
86.2 



47,061 
142,776 



19.261 
52.430 



454 
829 



354 
1.520 



100.0 
100,0 



70,1 
72,3 



189.837 



71.691 



1.283 



1,874 



100.0 



71.7 



77.501 
8.356 

40.828 
1,224 

12,138 
25,724 
15,400 

2,456 

11,584 

75,364 

799 

14,276 

274,524 

45,138 

56.681 

29.080 

1.454 

267.070 

319 

1.597 

17.083 



24.667 

3.209 

14.971 

535 

5.419 
3.955 
6.602 

666 

1.591 

30.021 

267 

8,039 
22,082 

4,215 

6,549 

7,039 

486 

102,911 

60 

310 

2,256 



559 
31 

138 
12 

73 
108 
69 

20 

53 

231 

1 

30 
973 

339 

496 

284 

5 

1,584 

I 

16 

139 



453 


100.0 


58 


100.0 


146 


100.0 


5 


100.0 


89 


100.0 


155 


100.0 


146 


100.0 



58 

68 

243 

34 

27 

1.876 

180 
245 
119 

7 

1.347 

3 

22 

106 



1000 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 



75,1 
71.7 
72.8 
68.9 

68,5 
85.9 
69.3 

76.8 

87.1 
71.2 
72.6 
63.8 
91.7 

90.5 
88.6 
79.6 
74.5 
71.6 
83.3 
82.1 
87.2 



27.1 
28.5 
50.5 
23.7 
19.2 
29.0 
30.1 
12.7 



28.7 
26.5 



27.1 



23.9 
27.5 
26.7 
30.1 

30,6 
13.2 
29,7 

20.8 

12.0 
28,4 
24,3 
35,9 

7.4 

8,5 
10.2 
19.3 
24.9 
27.6 
15.7 
15,9 
11,5 



1.3 
.5 
.8 
.4 
.5 
.9 



.4 
.5 
.3 
.3 

.5 
.5 
.7 

1.8 

.5 
.2 
3.1 
.1 
.6 

.4 
.4 
.3 
.4 
.4 
.8 
1.1 
.5 



See footnotes at end of table. 



249 



Table 55. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests under 18 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 

Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . . . 
Runaways 



189,934 



221 

626 

2,386 

6,377 

16,286 

34,911 

8,673 

1,238 



9,610 
61,108 



70,718 



13,765 

740 

743 

77 

4,075 
13,420 
3,846 

75 

2,285 

5,572 

33 

300 

2,380 

12,217 

1,288 

7,124 

334 

29,345 

68 

1,945 

19,584 



150,989 



36,375 



994 



1,576 



100.0 



79.5 



19.2 



141 

443 

1,041 

4,434 

13,763 

26,438 

5,919 

1,076 



75 
178 
1,306 
1,855 
2,305 
7,874 
2,598 
139 



47 
85 
156 
58 



6,059 
47,196 



3,414 
12,916 



57 
307 



4 


100.0 


4 


100.0 


31 


100.0 


41 


100.0 


133 


100.0 


443 


100.0 


98 


100.0 


15 


100.0 


80 


100.0 


689 


100.0 



63.8 
70.8 
43.6 
69.5 
84.5 
75.7 
68.2 
86.9 



33.9 
28.4 
54.7 
29.1 
14.2 
22.6 
30.0 
11.2 



63.0 

77.2 



35.5 
21.1 



53,255 



16,330 



364 



769 



100.0 



75.3 



23.1 



10,045 

615 

566 

57 

2,823 
11,792 
2,766 

64 

1,926 

3,588 

12 

270 

2,273 

11,756 

1,170 

5,432 

274 

23,565 

60 

1,597 

17,083 



3,555 

117 

166 

19 

1,194 
1,489 
1,005 

10 

341 

1,957 

21 

29 

87 

321 

101 

1.588 

56 

5,415 

8 

310 

2,256 



25 
43 
21 



91 


100.0 


6 


100.0 


11 


100.0 


1 


100,0 


33 


100,0 


96 


100,0 


54 


100.0 



79 

13 

69 

I 

124 



I 
16 

61 

4 

35 

3 

241 



16 
139 



22 
106 



100,0 

100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 

100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 



73.0 
83.1 
76.2 
74,0 

69.3 
87,9 
71.9 

85,3 

84.3 
64.4 
36,4 
90.0 
95.5 

96.2 
90.8 
76,2 
82,0 
80.3 
88.2 
82.1 
87.2 



25.8 




15.8 




7? 3 




74 7 




29.3 




11,1 




26.1 




n 1 




14.9 




35.1 




63 6 




9.7 




3.7 




2.6 




7.8 


1.0 


22.3 


1.0 


16.8 




18.5 




II 8 




15.9 


.8 


11.5 


.7 



.6 
1.3 
.6 
.8 
1.3 
I.I 
1.2 



1.1 



1.1 



1.5 
1.3 



,7 
1.4 



1.3 



See footnotes at end of table. 



250 



Table 55. — Suburban County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



OlTense charged 



Arrests 18 and over 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 

Indian 

or 

Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligenl manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary' 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime^ . 
Property crime^ 



Crime Index total* 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . . 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) . . 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



1,309,746 



2,078 

3,841 

9.110 

42.491 

30,829 

90,960 

13,229 

1,429 



57,520 
1 36,447 



193,967 



89,415 

10,914 

55,340 

1.699 

I 3,644 
16,522 
18,371 

3,125 

11,011 

100,287 

1 ,068 

22.072 
297,075 

37,655 

62,683 

29,398 

1,618 

343.567 

315 



1,017,444 



281,166 



5,451 



5,685 



100.0 



1,498 

2,699 

4.524 

32,281 

23.880 

61,362 

9,116 

1,222 



548 
1,095 
4.496 
9,708 
6,719 
28,600 
3,995 
200 



7 

28 

33 

329 

115 

352 

50 

5 



41,002 
95,580 



15,847 
39,514 



397 
522 



136,582 



55,361 



919 



67,456 
7,741 

40,262 
1.167 

9.315 
13.932 
12,634 

2,392 

9,658 

71,776 

787 

14,006 

272,251 

33,382 

55,511 

23,648 

1,180 

243,505 

259 



21,112 

3,092 

14,805 

516 

4,225 
2,466 
5,597 

656 

1,250 

28,064 

246 

8,010 
21,995 

3,894 

6,448 

5,451 

430 

97,496 

52 



485 
29 

138 
12 

48 
65 
48 

20 

44 

220 

1 

30 
969 

260 

483 

215 

4 

1.460 

1 



25 

19 

57 

173 

115 

646 

68 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



274 
831 



100.0 
100.0 



1.105 



100.0 



362 

52 

135 

4 

56 
59 
92 

57 

59 

227 

34 

26 

1,860 

119 

241 

84 

4 

1,106 

3 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



72.1 
70.3 
49.7 
76.0 
77.5 
67.5 
68.9 
85.5 



71.3 
70.0 



70.4 



75.4 
70.9 
72.8 
68.7 

68.3 
84.3 



76.5 

87.7 
71.6 
73.7 
63.5 
91.6 

88.7 
88.6 
80.4 
72.9 
70.9 
82.2 



21.5 



26.4 
28.5 
49.4 
22.8 
21.8 
31.4 
30.2 
14.0 



27.6 
29.0 



28.5 



23.6 
28.3 
26.8 
30.4 

31.0 
14.9 
30.5 

21.0 

11.4 
28.0 
23.0 
36.3 

7.4 

10.3 
10.3 
18.5 
26.6 
28.4 
16.5 



1.2 
.5 
.6 
.4 
.4 
.7 
.5 
I 



.5 
.2 
3.2 
.1 
.6 

.3 
.4 
.3 
.2 
.3 
I.O 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



251 



Table 56.— Rural County Arrest Trends, 1990-1991 

(1.835 agencies; 1991 estimated population 19,802,000; 1990 population 19,596,000) 



Number of persons arrested 



Offense charged 



Total all ages 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 years of age 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



18 years of age and over 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; 

buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible 

rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children .. 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 

Curfew and loitering law violations ... 
Runaways 



746,136 



1,192 

2.281 

1,579 

21,798 

26.228 

39,923 

7,604 

1,328 



26,850 
75,083 



101,933 



50,625 

5,929 

40,042 

879 

5,724 
16,931 
8,162 

199 

6,710 

41,530 

565 

7.513 

167,452 

45,970 

48,016 

25,395 

325 

162,190 

753 

1,117 

8,929 



765,323 



+2.6 



75,977 



77,880 



+2.5 



670,159 



687.443 



1,252 

2.347 

1,870 

22,826 

28,846 

42,184 

7,577 

1,303 



+5.0 

+2.9 
+ 18.4 

+4.7 
+ 10.0 

+5.7 
-.4 

-1.9 



69 

269 

135 

1,584 

8.589 

9,564 

2,894 

318 



73 

273 

217 

1,859 

9,625 

10,108 

2,946 

366 



+5.8 

+ 1.5 

+60.7 

+ 17.4 

+ 12.1 

+5.7 

+ 1.8 

+ 15.1 



1,123 

2,012 

1,444 

20,214 

17,639 

-30,359 

4,710 

1,010 



1,179 

2,074 

1,653 

20,967 

19,221 

32,076 

4,631 

937 



28,295 
79,910 



+5.4 
+6.4 



2,057 
21,365 



2,422 
23,045 



+ 17.7 
+7.9 



24,793 
53,718 



25,873 
56,865 



108,205 



+6.2 



23,422 



25,467 



+8.7 



78,511 



82,738 



54,729 

6.282 

45.43! 

842 

5.955 
17,695 
8,251 

220 

7,100 

42,834 

579 

8,556 

161,636 

41,574 

46,701 

25,732 

358 

173,191 

771 

1,069 

8,383 



+8.1 

+6.0 

+ 13.5 

-4.2 

+4.0 
+4.5 
+ 1.1 

+ 10.6 

+5.8 
+3.1 
+2.5 
+ 13.9 
-3.5 

-9.6 

-2.7 
+ 1.3 
+ 10.2 
+6.8 
+2.4 
-4.3 
-6.1 



3.819 

433 

490 

18 

919 

5.907 

660 



949 

1.876 

7 

136 
2.046 

11.509 

894 

2,416 

40 

10,384 

251 

1,117 

8,929 



4,459 

.341 

589 

14 

1,025 

6,421 

784 



1,106 

1,714 

4 

180 

1.772 

10.260 

928 

2,646 

65 

10.644 

233 

1.069 

8.383 



+ 16.8 
-21.2 
+20.2 
—22.2 

+ 11.5 

+8.7 

+ 18.8 

+50.0 

+ 16.5 
-8.6 
-42.9 
+ 32.4 
-13.4 

-10.9 
+3.8 
+9.5 

+62.5 

+2.5 
-7,2 
-4.3 
-6.1 



46.806 

5.496 

39.552 

861 

4.805 

11,024 

7,502 

193 

5,761 

39.654 

558 

7,377 

165,406 

34,461 
47,122 
22,979 

285 
151,806 

502 



50,270 

5,941 

44,842 

828 

4,930 

11,274 

7,467 

211 

5,994 

41,120 

575 

8,376 

159,864 

31,314 
45,773 
23,086 

293 
162,547 

538 



+2.6 



+5.0 

+3.1 

+ 14.5 

+3.7 
+9.0 
+5.7 
-1.7 
-7.2 



+4.4 
+ 5.9 



+5.4 



+7.4 

+8.1 

+ 13.4 

-3.8 

+2.6 

+2.3 
-.5 

+9.3 

+4.0 
+3.7 
+3.0 
+ 13.5 
-3.4 

-9.1 
-2.9 

+.5 
+2.8 
+7.1 
+7.2 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault- 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
'Includes arson. 



252 



Table 57.— Rural County Arrest Trends, Sex, 1990-1991 

(1,835 agencies, 1991 estimated population 19,802,000; 1990 population 19,596,000] 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1990 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robber>' 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime' . 
Property crime^ 



Crime Index totaP 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice , 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . . 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 



Suspicion (not included in totals) .. 
Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



622,129 



1 ,009 

2,240 

1,4.36 

19,321 

24,246 

31,217 

6,803 

1,167 



24,006 
63,433 



87,439 



42,817 

3,960 

20,854 

515 

5,060 
15,141 
7,692 

113 

6,476 

34,776 

444 

6,588 

147,961 

36.733 

43,407 

21,126 

270 

135,883 

629 

706 

4,168 



634,403 



+2,0 



58.818 



6I.IS8 



+4.0 



124,007 



130,920 



17,159 



16,722 



1 ,093 

2.300 

1,712 

20, 1 7 1 

26,809 

32,717 

6,777 

1,144 



25,276 
67,447 



92.723 



46.060 

3.986 

23,715 

534 

5.273 
15.857 
7.696 

112 

6.844 

36,158 

459 

7,454 

142,298 

33,040 
41,756 
21,129 
307 
144,342 

631 

716 

3,944 



+8.3 

+2.7 
+ 19,2 

+4.4 
+ 10.6 

+4.8 
-.4 

-2.0 



63 

262 

125 

1.368 

7,954 

7,770 

2,501 

292 



67 

260 

196 

1,605 

8,932 

8,233 

2,549 

337 



+6.3 

-.8 

+56.8 

+ 17.3 

+ 12.3 

+6.0 

+ 1.9 

+ 15.4 



183 
41 

143 
2,477 
1.982 
8,706 

801 

161 



159 
47 

158 
2,655 
2,037 
9,467 

800 

159 



-13.1 

+ 14.6 

+ 10.5 

+7.2 

+2.8 

+8.7 

-.1 

-1.2 



6 
7 

10 

216 

635 

1,794 

393 

26 



6 

13 

21 

254 

693 

1,875 

397 

29 



+ 5.3 
+6.3 



1.818 
18,517 



2,128 
20,051 



+ 17.1 
+8.3 



2,844 
11,650 



3,019 
12,463 



+6.2 
+ 7.0 



239 
2,848 



294 
2,994 



+6.0 



20,335 



22,179 



+9.1 



14.494 



15,482 



+6.8 



3,087 



3,288 



+ 7.6 

+.7 

+ 13.7 

+ 3.7 

+4.2 

+4.7 

+.1 



+5.7 
+4.0 
+3.4 
+ 13.1 
-3.8 

-10.1 
-3.8 

+ 13.7 
+6.2 

+.3 
+ 1.4 
-5.4 



2.982 

322 

281 

9 

815 

5,377 

625 



896 

1,545 

7 

108 
1,780 

7,983 

763 

1.925 

29 

8.158 

191 

706 

4,168 



3,537 

228 

367 

9 

900 
5,946 

751 



1,043 

1,446 

4 

141 

1,544 

7,105 

770 

2,076 

52 

8,394 

169 

716 

3,944 



+ 18.6 
-29.2 
+30.6 



+ 10.4 
+ 10.6 
+20.2 

+ 50.0 

+ 16.4 
-6.4 
-42.9 
+30.6 
-13.3 

-11.0 
+.9 

+7.8 
+79.3 

+2.9 

-11.5 
+ 1.4 
-5.4 



7.808 

1.969 

19,188 

364 

664 

1,790 

470 

86 

234 

6,754 

121 

925 

19,491 

9,237 

4,609 

4,269 

55 

26,307 

124 

411 

4,761 



8,669 

2,296 

21,716 

308 

682 

1,838 

555 

108 

256 

6,676 

120 

1,102 

19,338 

8,534 

4,945 

4,603 

51 

28,849 

140 

353 
4,439 



+ 11.0 
+ 16.6 
+ 13.2 
-15.4 

+2,7 

+2.7 

+ 18.1 

+25.6 

+9.4 

-1.2 

-.8 

+ 19.1 



-7.6 
+7,3 
+7.8 
-7.3 
+9.7 

+ 12.9 

-14.1 

-6.8 



837 

111 

209 

9 

104 

530 
35 



53 
331 



922 
113 

222 
5 

125 

475 

33 



63 
268 



266 

3,526 

131 

491 

11 

2,226 

60 

411 

4,761 



39 

228 

3,155 

158 

570 

13 

2,250 

64 

353 

4,439 



-2,5 



+85.7 
+ 110.0 

+ 17.6 
+9.1 
+4.5 
+ 1.0 

+ 11.5 



+23.0 

+5.1 



+6.5 



+ 10.2 
+ 1.8 
+6.2 

-44.4 

+20.2 
-10.4 

-5.7 

+50.0 

+ 18.9 
-19.0 



+39.3 
-14.3 

-10.5 
+20.6 
+ 16.1 
+ 18.2 
+ 1.1 

+6.7 

-14.1 

-6.8 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson, 
^Includes arson. 



253 



Table 58.— Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Age. 1991 

(2,146 agencies; 1991 estimated population 22,591.0001 





Total 
all 
ages 


Ages 

under 

15 


Ages 

under 

18 


Ages 

18 and 

over 


Age 


Offense charged 


Under 
10 


10-12 


13-14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


TOTAL 


870.725 
100.0 


23,441 

2,7 


83.407 
9.6 


787.318 
90.4 


1,730 
.2 


5,702 

.7 


16.009 
1.8 


14,112 
1.6 


20,260 
2,3 


25,594 
2.9 


38,453 
4.4 


41,397 
4.8 


41,833 


Percent distribution' 


4.8 






Murder and nonnegligent 


1,468 

2,624 

2.232 

26,916 

32,476 

48,259 

8,379 

1,503 


9 

90 

21 

499 

3,406 

3,987 

835 

215 


85 

296 

244 

2.041 

10,274 

10,829 

3.116 

395 


1.383 

2.328 

1.988 

24.875 

22.202 

37.430 

5,263 

1,108 


1 
4 


1 

21 

2 

134 

975 

1.103 

117 

71 


7 

65 

19 

333 

2,156 

2.594 

703 

94 


11 

46 

31 

309 

1,695 

1,837 

682 

45 


31 

67 

75 

489 

2,324 

2,339 

830 

60 


34 

93 

117 

744 

2.849 

2,666 

769 

75 


62 

120 

175 

1,053 

3,279 

3,440 

739 

91 


70 

108 

144 

1,121 

2,716 

2,951 

538 

91 


61 




117 


Rohherv 


140 




32 

275 

290 

15 

50 


1,099 




2,107 




2,577 




409 




57 








33,240 
100.0 

90,617 
100.0 


619 

1.9 

8,443 

9.3 


2,666 

8.0 

24,614 

27.2 


30,574 

92.0 

66.003 

72.8 


37 

.1 

630 

.7 


158 

.5 

2,266 

2.5 


424 
1.3 

5,547 
6.1 


397 

1,2 

4,259 

4.7 


662 

2.0 

5.553 

6.1 


988 

3.0 

6,359 

7.0 


1,410 
4.2 

7,549 
8.3 


1,443 
4.3 

6,296 
6.9 


1,417 




4.3 




5.150 




5.7 








123,857 
100.0 


9,062 
7.3 


27.280 
22.0 


96.577 
78,0 


667 
,5 


2.424 
2.0 


5.971 
4.8 


4.656 
3.8 


6,215 
5.0 


7.347 
5.9 


8.959 

7.2 


7.739 
6.2 


6.567 




5.3 








61,062 

7,652 

54,482 

943 

7,013 
19,216 
9,207 

240 

7,922 

49,083 

626 

10,148 

180,826 

44,409 

56,675 

29,243 

396 

196,974 

819 

1,138 

8.794 


1,479 
62 
137 


4.784 

404 

621 

15 

1.117 

6,728 

837 

10 

1,203 

1,891 

6 

202 

1,966 

10,767 

1,086 

2,792 

68 

11,463 

235 

1,138 

8,794 


56.278 

7.248 

53,861 

928 

5,896 
12,488 
8,370 

230 

6,719 

47,192 

620 

9,946 

178,860 

33,642 
55,589 
26,451 

328 
185,511 

584 


136 
4 
9 


394 
19 

47 

32 

936 

63 

3 

129 
41 

7 
5 

77 

9 

209 

4 

727 
23 
74 

479 


949 
39 
81 

213 

1.422 

162 

1 

348 
202 

26 
25 

748 

98 

523 

12 

2.028 

48 

315 

2.798 


737 
38 
67 

2 

205 

1,076 

131 

192 
279 

36 
76 

1,430 

107 

441 

13 

1,923 

46 

301 

2,356 


1,169 
121 
159 

4 

314 

1.451 

202 

4 

233 
482 

2 

53 
494 

3.242 

236 

700 

17 

2.774 

53 

277 

2.058 


1.399 
183 

258 
9 

349 

1.435 

263 

2 

261 

875 

4 

76 

1.331 

5.251 

626 

862 

20 

3.778 

56 

168 

1.041 


2,132 

380 

958 

21 

574 

1,373 

386 

2 

294 

1,936 

4 

287 
3,357 

7,278 

1.795 

1.318 

10 

7,353 
36 


2.354 

444 

1.746 

29 

516 

1.136 

446 

6 

312 

2.269 

6 

345 
4.550 

7,068 
2.134 
1,301 

14 
8.956 

26 


2.478 




465 




2.182 




39 


Stolen property; buying, receiving, 


249 

2,766 

241 

4 

517 

255 


4 

408 

16 


439 




907 


Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice ... 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape 


386 

7 


40 
12 

4 
35 

19 
10 

57 
-) 

233 

9 

3 

62 


224 




2.595 




■) 


Offenses against family and children ... 


37 
65 

844 

117 

789 

18 

2,988 

80 

392 

3,339 


334 
5.693 




6.069 




2.302 




1.370 




14 


All other offenses (except traffic) 


9.733 

27 


Curfew and loitering law violations .... 















See footnotes at end of table. 



254 



fable 58. — Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Age 



23 



24 



25-29 



30-34 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-54 



55-59 



60-64 



65 and 
over 



TOTAL 

Percent distribution' 



tlurder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

-orcible rape 

tobber>' . . -. 

aggravated assault 

lurglary 

,arceny-theft 

-lotor vehicle theft 

irson 



Violent cnme^ 

Percent distribution' 
Property crime' . ... 
Percent distribution' 



Crime Index total* .. 
Percent distribution' 



»ther assaults 

orger>' and counterfeiting 

raud 

mbezzlement 

tolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

andalism 

/capons; carrying, possessing, etc. . , 

roslitutlon and commercialized vice 
ex offenses (except forcible rape 

and prostitution) 

»rug abuse violations 

iambling 

'ffcnses against family and children . 
'riving under the influence 



iquor laws 

irunkenness 

'isorderly conduct 

agrancy 

II other offenses (except traffic) ... 

uspicion 

urfew and loitering law violations 
unaways 



37,703 
4.3 



61 

111 

123 

1,136 

1,569 

2,240 

338 

45 



1,431 
4.3 

4.192 
4.6 



5,623 
4.5 



2,402 

388 

2,482 

40 

407 
802 
415 

3 

199 

2,299 

6 

427 
7,021 

1.725 
2,436 
1.449 

20 
9,519 

40 



34,102 
3.9 



32.912 
3.8 



33,637 
3.9 



155.243 
17.8 



133.019 
15.3 



92.796 
10.7 



60.425 
6.9 



34.738 
4.0 



20,865 
2.4 



12.856 
1.5 



8.154 
.9 



63 

94 

116 

1,046 

1,290 

1,801 

327 

63 



58 

86 

107 

1,015 

1,125 

1.671 

266 

34 



62 

100 

98 

1.064 

1,054 

1.595 

259 

36 



229 

443 

464 

5.092 

3,853 

6,737 

914 

192 



220 

428 

299 

4,293 

2,471 

5.215 

657 

169 



191 

281 

163 

3.033 

1.362 

3.420 

374 

136 



113 
169 

77 

1,953 

695 

2,237 

222 

80 



78 

104 

32 

1,236 

323 

1,313 

97 

49 



47 
65 
28 
733 
147 
844 
63 
26 



26 
44 
II 

400 
80 

551 
33 
12 



13 

32 

5 

246 
52 

330 
12 
II 



1.319 
4.0 

3.481 
3.8 



1,266 
3.8 

3,096 
3.4 



1.324 
4.0 

2,944 
3.2 



6,228 

18.7 

11.696 

12.9 



5,240 

15.8 

8,512 

9.4 



3,668 

11.0 

5.292 

5.8 



2,312 
7.0 

3,234 
3.6 



1,450 
4.4 

1.782 
2.0 



873 

2.6 

1.080 

1.2 



481 
1.4 
676 

.7 



296 
.9 

405 
.4 



4,800 
3.9 



4,362 
3.5 



4,268 
3.4 



17.924 
14.5 



13.752 
11.1 



8.960 

7.2 



5.546 
4.5 



3.232 
2.6 



1.953 
1.6 



1.157 
.9 



701 
.6 



2.325 

367 

2,386 

22 

329 
657 
374 

3 

199 

2,325 

13 

388 
6,515 

1.108 
2,167 
1,226 

12 
8,862 

24 



2.347 

398 

2,429 

40 

306 

571 
342 



184 

2,181 

10 

337 
6,533 

903 

2,107 

1,209 

15 

8,598 

35 



2,546 

360 

2,537 



286 
549 
345 

II 

213 

2.345 

14 

426 
6.852 

849 

2.090 

1,257 

14 

8.617 

30 



11,847 

1.611 

11,352 

150 

1,047 
2.375 
1,530 

59 

1.015 

10.881 

48 

2.073 
35.286 

2.875 

10.524 

5.321 

70 

39.152 

103 



10,368 

1,228 

9,817 

156 

763 
1,769 
1,349 

48 

1,095 

9,208 

78 

1,961 

33.323 

2.058 
9,665 
4.372 

66 
31.849 

94 



6,957 
782 

7,303 
139 

498 

1,067 

954 

29 

941 
5.668 

78 

1.539 

24.956 

1.353 
7.152 
2.981 

35 
21.323 

81 



4,550 
411 

4.711 
100 

323 
581 
716 

19 

635 

2.983 

65 

898 

17.583 

843 

4.945 

1.905 

27 

13.549 

35 



2.511 

206 

2,629 

73 

168 
304 
435 

II 

368 

1.308 

74 

476 

10.619 

574 

3.116 

1.054 

14 

7.546 

20 



1,454 

110 

1,363 

43 

110 
138 
267 



417 

618 

74 

212 

6,644 

357 

2.110 

618 

10 

4.344 

15 



837 
41 

838 
31 

63 
110 
166 

12 

215 

271 

55 

98 

4.313 

236 

1.333 

446 

5 

2.624 

5 



557 
27 

537 
12 

29 
46 
122 

3 

171 

154 

31 

68 

2.817 

142 
855 
286 



1.591 
5 



9.185 
1.1 



29 

26 

6 

355 
79 

508 
15 
16 



416 
1.3 
618 

.7 



1,034 



613 

30 

591 

5 

38 
103 

137 



237 

151 

62 

77 

2,798 

204 

858 

338 

2 

1,895 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault 
'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



255 



Table 59.— Rural County Arrests of Persons under 15, 18, 21, and 25 Years of Age, 1991 

[2,146 agencies; 1991 estimated population 22.591,000) 



Offense charged 



Total all 
ages 



Number of persons arrested 



Under 
15 



Under 
18 



Under 
21 



Under 

25 



Percent of total all ages 



Under 

15 



Under 
18 



Under 

21 



Under 
25 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 



Violent crime' . 
Property crime^ 



Crime Index total' 



Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 



Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape 

and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . 
Driving under the influence 



Liquor lav»s 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) ... 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



870,725 



1,468 

2,624 

2,232 

26,916 

32,476 

48,259 

8,379 

1,503 



33,240 
90,617 



123,857 



61,062 

7,652 

54,482 

943 

7,013 
19,216 

9,207 

240 

7.922 

49,083 

626 

10.148 

180.826 

44.409 

56,675 

29,243 

396 

196,974 

819 

1,138 

8.794 



23,441 



83,407 



205,090 



343,444 



2.7 



9.6 



9 

90 

21 

499 

3,406 

3,987 

835 

215 



85 

296 

244 

2,041 

10,274 

10,829 

3,116 

395 



278 

641 

703 

5,314 

18,376 

19.797 

4.802 

634 



522 

1.032 

1.147 

9,575 

23,414 

27.104 

5.992 

812 



.6 
3.4 
.9 
1.9 
10.5 
8.3 
10.0 
I4J 



5.8 
11.3 
10.9 

7.6 
31.6 
22.4 
37.2 
26.3 



619 

8.443 



2.666 
24,614 



6.936 
43,609 



12.276 
57,322 



1.9 
9.3 



8.0 

27.2 



9,062 



27,280 



50,545 



69,598 



7.3 



22.0 



1.479 
62 
137 



249 

2.766 

241 



517 
255 



37 
65 

844 

117 

789 

18 

2.988 

80 

392 

3,339 



4,784 

404 

621 

15 

1.117 

6.728 

837 

10 

1.203 

1.891 

6 

202 

1.966 

10.767 

1.086 

2,792 

68 

11.463 

235 

1,138 

8,794 



11.748 

1.693 

5.507 

104 

2.646 

10,144 
2.055 

25 

2.033 

8,691 

18 

1,168 

15,566 

31,182 

7.317 

6.781 

106 

37,505 

324 

1,138 

8.794 



21.368 
3.206 

15.341 

234 

3.974 

12.723 
3.531 

47 

2,828 

17.841 

61 

2.746 
42.487 

35.767 

16,117 

11.922 

167 

73,101 

453 

1,138 

8.794 



2.4 
.8 
.3 

4 

3.6 
14.4 
2.6 

1.7 

6.5 

.5 



1.9 

.2 
2.7 
4.5 
1.5 
9.8 
34.4 
38.0 



7.8 
5.3 
1.1 
1.6 
15.9 
35.0 
9.1 

4.2 

15.2 
3.9 
1.0 
2.0 
1.1 

24.2 

1.9 

9.5 

17.2 

5.8 

28.7 

100.0 

100.0 



'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
Mncludes arson. 
'Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 



23.6 



18.9 

24.4 
31.5 
19.7 
56.6 
41.0 
57.3 
42.2 



20.9 
48.1 



40.8 



19.2 
22.1 
10.1 
11.0 
37.7 
52.8 
22.3 

10.4 

25.7 
17.7 

2.9 
11.5 

8.6 

70.2 
12.9 
23.2 
26.8 
19.0 
39.6 
100.0 
100.0 



39,4 



35.6 
39.3 
51.4 
35.6 
72.1 
56.2 
71.5 
54.0 



36.9 
63.3 



56.2 



35.0 
41.9 
28.2 
24.8 
56.7 
66.2 
38.4 

19.6 

35.7 

36.3 

9.7 

27.1 
23.5 

80.5 
28.4 
40.8 
42.2 
37.1 
55.3 
lOO.O 
100.0 



256 



Table 60.— Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Sex, 1991 

[2,146 agencies; 1991 estimated population 22.591.000) 



OfTense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total 



Male 



Female 



Percent 
male 



Percent 
female 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



Male 



Female 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime* 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except IrafTic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runawavs 



870.725 



1.468 

2,624 

2.232 

26,916 

.12,476 

48.259 

8.379 

1.503 



33.240 
90.617 



123.857 



61,062 
7,652 

54,482 

943 

7.013 

19.216 
9.207 

240 

7.922 

49,083 

626 

10,148 

180.826 

44.409 

56,675 

29.243 

396 

196.974 

819 

1.138 

8.794 



721.312 



149,413 



82.8 



17.2 



100.0 



1.274 

2,568 

2,036 

23,805 

30,178 

37,494 

7.504 

1.313 



194 

56 

196 

3.111 

2.298 

10.765 

875 

190 



29.683 
76.489 



3.557 
14.128 



86.8 


13,2 


97,9 


2.1 


91.2 


8.8 


88.4 


11.6 


92.9 


7.1 


77.7 


22.3 


89.6 


10.4 


87.4 


12.6 


89.3 


10.7 


84.4 


15.6 



.2 

.3 

.3 

3.1 

3.7 

5.5 

1.0 

.2 



3.8 
10.4 



106.172 



17,685 



85.7 



14.3 



14.2 



51.357 
4,917 

28,204 

613 

6.182 

17.182 
8.593 

126 

7.634 

41.466 

491 

8.834 

159.451 

35.343 

50.711 

24.035 

339 

164,100 

675 

765 

4.122 



9.705 

2.735 

26.278 

330 

831 

2.034 

614 

114 
288 

7,617 
135 

1.314 
21,375 

9,066 

5,964 
5,208 

57 

32,874 

144 

373 

4,672 



84.1 


15.9 


64.3 


35.7 


51.8 


48,2 


65.0 


35.0 


88.2 


11,8 


89.4 


10.6 


93.3 


6.7 


52.5 


47,5 


964 


3.6 


84.5 


15.5 


78.4 


21.6 


87.1 


12.9 


88.2 


11.8 


79,6 


20.4 


89.5 


10,5 


82.2 


17.8 


85.6 


14.4 


83.3 


16.7 


82.4 


17,6 


67.2 


32.8 


46.9 


53.1 



7.0 
.9 

6.3 
.1 
.8 

2.2 

1.1 



.9 
5.6 

1.2 
20.8 

5.1 
6.5 
3.4 

2 

22.6 

.1 

,1 

1.0 



100.0 



.2 

.4 

.3 

3.3 

4.2 

5.2 

1.0 

.2 



4.1 

10.6 



14.7 



7.1 
.7 

3.9 
.1 
.9 

2.4 

1.2 



1.1 

5.7 

.1 

1.2 

22.1 

4.9 
7.0 
3.3 

2 

22.8 
.1 
.1 
.6 



100.0 



.1 

2.1 

1.5 

7.2 

.6 



2.4 
9.5 



11.8 



6.5 

1.8 

17.6 

.2 
,6 
1,4 
.4 

.1 
.2 
5.1 
.1 
.9 
14,3 

6.1 
4.0 

3.5 

2 

22.0 

.1 

.2 

3.1 



'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Less than one-tenth of 1 percent. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

^Includes arson. 



257 



Table 61.— Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 

(2,127 agencies; 1991 estimated population 22,390.000) 



Offense charged 



Total arrests 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 

or 
Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. , , 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sex offenses (except forcible 

rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) ... 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . 
Runaways 



866,288 



1,461 

2,603 

2,216 

26,799 

32,197 

47,924 

8,330 

1,491 



33,079 
89,942 



123,021 



60,809 

7,570 

54.335 

939 

6,921 
19,118 
9,150 

240 

7,885 

48,682 

616 

10,002 

180,086 

44,178 

56,338 

29,158 

393 

196,170 

790 

1,106 

8,781 



726,979 



109,277 



20,922 



9,110 



100.0 



83.9 



12.6 



1,063 

2,000 

1,296 

20,319 

26,885 

39,341 

7,008 

1,309 



357 

489 

839 

5,497 

4,130 

6,985 

929 

124 



30 

88 

57 

799 

822 

757 

282 

43 



II 

26 

24 

184 

360 

841 

III 

15 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



72.8 
76.8 
58.5 
75.8 
83.5 
82.1 
84.1 
87.8 



24.4 
18.8 
37.9 
20.5 
12.8 
14.6 
11.2 
8.3 



24,678 
74,543 



7,182 
12,168 



974 
1,904 



245 
1,327 



lOO.O 
100.0 



74.6 
82.9 



21.7 
13.5 



99.221 



19,350 



2,878 



1,572 



100.0 



80.7 



15.7 



47,453 

5,821 

43,473 

825 

5,666 

16,893 

7,506 

207 

7,121 

39,528 

368 

7,797 

165,102 

41,026 

50,550 

24,923 

304 

154,165 

599 

711 

7,720 



10,658 

1,606 

10,287 

86 

1,070 
1,590 
1,395 

29 

514 
8,064 

14! 
1,893 
9,549 

1,421 

3,865 

2,535 

86 

34,535 

159 

25 

419 



1,828 

86 

452 

10 

145 
434 
158 

1 

196 

577 

1 

203 

4,434 

1,275 

1,861 

1 ,436 

3 

4,696 

32 

21 

195 



870 


100.0 


57 


100.0 


123 


100.0 


18 


100.0 


40 


1 00.0 


201 


100.0 


91 


100.0 



3 

54 

513 

106 

109 

1,001 

456 

62 

264 



2,774 



349 

447 



100.0 

lOO.O 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
1 00.0 
100.0 



78.0 
76.9 
80.0 
87.9 

81.9 
88.4 
82.0 

86.3 

90.3 
81.2 
59.7 
78.0 
91.7 

92.9 
89.7 
85.5 
77.4 
78.6 
75.8 
64.3 
87.9 



17.5 

21.2 

18.9 

9.2 

15.5 

8.3 

15.2 

12.1 

6.5 
16.6 
22.9 
18.9 

5.3 

3.2 
6.9 
8.7 
21.9 
17.6 
20.1 
2.3 
4.8 



2.1 
3.4 
2.6 
3.0 
2.6 
1.6 
3.4 
2.9 



2.9 
2.1 



2.3 



3.0 
1.1 



2.1 
2.3 
1.7 



1.1 



1.0 
1.1 
.7 
I.I 
1.8 
1.3 
1.0 



.7 
1.5 



1.3 



.2 
1.9 

.6 
1.1 
1.0 

1.3 



2.5 


.7 


1.2 


1.1 


.2 


17.2 


2.0 


1.1 


2.5 


.6 


2.9 


1.0 


3.3 


I 


4.9 


.9 


8 




2.4 


1.4 


4 I 




1.9 


31.6 


2.2 


5.1 



See footnotes at end of table. 



258 



Table 61. — Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



Arrests under 18 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 

Indian 

or 

Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAI. 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent cnme^ 

Properly crime' 

Crime Index total* 

Dther assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receivmg, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

A'eapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
>ex ofTenses (except forcible 

rape and prostitution) 

3rug abuse violations 

jambling 

Dffenses against family and children . . 
Driving under the mfiuence 

liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

/agrancy 

Ml other ofTenses (except traffic) 

iuspicion 

Turfew and loitering law violations ... 
Runaways 



82.918 



27.134 



10 



72,082 



85 


66 


295 


246 


243 


148 


2,032 


1,508 


10,215 


8,929 


10,777 


9,450 


3,095 


2,646 


392 


362 


2,655 


1,968 


24,479 


21,387 



23,355 



4,754 


3,605 


402 


358 


620 


536 


15 


10 


1,109 


971 


6,689 


6,155 


837 


700 



1,199 


1,084 


1,877 


1,435 


4 


2 


192 


163 


1,949 


1,851 


10,695 


10,102 


1,074 


1,015 


2,785 


2,456 


67 


60 


11,387 


9.593 


232 


191 


1,106 


711 


8,781 


7,720 



5,966 



2,270 



2.600 



100.0 



86.9 



7.2 



16 

41 

87 

436 

721 

722 

246 

15 



5 

60 

352 

203 

139 

6 



3 

28 

213 

402 

64 

9 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



77.6 
83.4 
60.9 
74.2 
87.4 
87.7 
85.5 
92.3 



18.8 
13.9 
35.8 
21.5 
7.1 
6.7 
7.9 
3.8 



580 
1.704 



76 
700 



31 
688 



100.0 
100.0 



74.1 
87.4 



21.8 
7.0 



2,284 



776 



719 



100.0 



86.1 



8.4 



707 
31 
50 



97 
272 
109 



76 

307 

1 

17 

30 

103 

30 

246 

7 

1,139 

13 

25 

419 



172 

8 

21 



151 
9 



270 
5 

13 
3 

19 

111 

19 



24 

27 



53 

349 
25 
59 



15 

108 

1 

10 

15 

141 
4 

24 



328 
28 
21 

195 



327 



349 

447 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100 
100 

100 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



75.8 
89.1 
86.5 
66.7 

87.6 
92.0 
83.6 

90.0 

90.4 
76.5 
50.0 
84.9 
95.0 

94.5 
94.5 
88.2 
89.6 
84.2 
82.3 
64.3 
87.9 



2.7 



3.5 
2.7 
2.1 
3.0 
3.4 
1.9 
4.5 
1.5 



2.9 
2.9 



2.9 



3.1 



1.2 
1.4 
2.1 
3.7 
2.1 
2.3 



1.2 

2.8 



2.6 



14.9 


3.6 


5.7 


7.7 


2.0 


1.2 


8.1 


3.4 


2.1 


133 




20.0 


8.7 


2.0 


1.7 


4.1 


2.3 


1.7 


13.0 


I.I 


2.3 


10.0 






6.3 


2.0 


1.3 


16.4 


1.4 


5.8 


750 




25.0 


8.9 


1.0 


5.2 


1.5 


2.7 


.8 


1.0 


3.3 


1.3 


2.8 


2.3 


.4 


8.8 


2.1 


.9 


10.4 






10.0 


2.9 


2.9 


56 


12.1 
1.9 




2.3 


31.6 


4.8 


2.2 


5.1 



See footnotes at end of table 



259 



Table 61.— Rural County Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991— Continued 





Arrests 18 and over 




Percent distribut 


on' 




Offense charged 


Total 


White 


Black 


American 
Indian 

or 
Alaskan 
Native 


Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 


Total 


White 


Black 


American 
Indian 

or 
Alaskan 
Native 


Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 


TOTAL 


783,370 


654,897 


103,311 


18,652 


6,510 


100.0 


83.6 


13.2 


2.4 


.8 






Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter . . . 


1,376 

2,308 

1,973 

24,767 

21,982 

37,147 

5,235 

1,099 


997 

1,754 

1,148 

18,811 

17,956 

29,891 

4,362 

947 


341 

448 

752 

5,061 

3,409 

6,263 

683 

109 


27 

80 

52 

739 

470 

554 

143 

37 


11 
26 
21 
156 
147 
439 
47 
6 


100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


72.5 
76.0 
58,2 
76.0 
81.7 
80.5 
83.3 
86.2 


24.8 
19.4 
38.1 
20.4 
15.5 
16.9 
13.0 
9.9 


2.0 
3.5 
2.6 
3.0 
2.1 
1.5 
2.7 
3.4 


.8 
1.1 




1.1 




.6 




.7 




1.2 




.9 




.5 








30,424 
65,463 


22,710 
53,156 


6,602 
10,464 


898 
1.204 


214 
639 


100,0 
100.0 


1 

74.6 
81.2 


21.7 
16.0 


3.0 
1.8 


.7 




1.0 








95,887 


75,866 


17,066 


2,102 


853 


lOO.O 


79.1 


17.8 


2 2 


.9 






Other assaults 


56,055 

7,168 

53,715 

924 

5,812 
12,429 
8,313 

230 

6,686 

46,805 

612 

9,810 

178,137 

33,483 
55,264 
26,373 
326 
184,783 
558 


43,848 

5,463 

42,937 

815 

4,695 
10,738 
6,806 

198 

6,037 

38,093 

366 

7,634 

163,251 

30,924 
49,535 
22,467 

244 
144,572 

408 


9,951 

1,575 

10,237 

84 

973 
1,318 
1,286 

28 

438 
7,757 

140 
1,876 
9,519 

1,318 

3,835 

2,289 

79 

33.396 

146 


1,656 

78 

431 

10 

123 
283 
149 

1 

172 

550 

1 

201 

4,381 

926 
1,836 
1,377 

3 
4,368 

4 


600 
52 

110 
15 

21 
90 

72 

3 

39 
405 
105 

99 
986 

315 

58 

240 


100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


78.2 
76.2 
79.9 
88.2 

80.8 
86.4 
81,9 

86.1 

90.3 
81.4 
59.8 
77.8 
91.6 

92.4 
89.6 
85.2 
74.8 
78.2 
73.1 


17.8 

22.0 

19.1 

9.1 

16.7 
10.6 
15.5 

12.2 

6.6 
16.6 
22.9 
19.1 

5.3 

3.9 
6.9 
8.7 
24.2 
18.1 
26.2 


3.0 

1.1 

.8 

1.1 

2.1 

2.3 
1.8 

.4 

2.6 
1 2 
2 
2.0 
2.5 

2.8 
3.3 
5.2 

.9 
2.4 

.7 


1.1 




.7 




.2 




1.6 


Stolen properly; buying, receiving. 


.4 




.7 


Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible 


.9 
1.3 
.6 




.9 




17.2 


Offenses against family and children 


1.0 
.6 




.9 




.1 




.9 








2,447 


1.3 












































1 











'Because of rounding, ihe percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
^Includes arson. 



260 



Table 62.— Suburban Area' Arrest Trends, 1990-1991 

[4.109 agencies; 1991 estimated population 67.001.000; 1990 population 66.288.000) 











Numhe 


of persons arrested 








Offense charged 


Total all ages 


Under 18 years of age 


1 8 years of age anc 


over 




1990 


1991 


Percent 
change 


1990 


1991 


Percent 
change 


1990 


1991 


Percent 
change 


TOTAL 


3,162.717 


3.110,669 


-1.6 


519,015 


541,033 


+4.2 


2,643,702 


2,569,636 


-2.8 








3,263 

7.609 

20.360 

90.973 

89.207 

349.267 

39.824 

4.686 


3,184 

7.791 

22.664 

92,169 

92.239 

359.999 

39.608 

5,138 


-2.4 
+2,4 
+ 11.3 
+ 1.3 
+3.4 
+3.1 
-.5 
+9.6 


369 

1.230 

4.390 

12,371 

32.514 

110.237 

17,364 

2.393 


353 

1,319 

5,508 

13,893 

34,637 

116,567 

17,661 

2,804 


-4.3 

+7.2 

+25.5 

+ 12.3 

+6.5 

+5.7 

+1.7 

+ 17.2 


2.894 

6.379 

15.970 

78,602 

56,693 

239,030 

22,460 

2.293 


2,831 

6,472 

17.156 

78.276 

57.602 

243.432 

21,947 

2.334 


-2.2 




+ 1.5 




+7.4 




-.4 




+ 1.6 




+ 1.8 




-2.3 




+ 1.8 








122.205 
482.984 


125,808 
496,984 


+2.9 
+2.9 


18.360 
162.508 


21.073 
171.669 


+ 14.8 
+5.6 


103.845 
320.476 


104.735 
325.315 


+ .9 




+ 1.5 








605.189 


622,792 


+2.9 


180.868 


192.742 


+6.6 


424.321 


430.050 


+ 1.4 








217.520 

21.212 

85.497 

3.141 

38.611 
81.039 
44.285 

6.825 

22,496 

196,745 

2,256 

27,885 
564,358 

174,202 

187,374 

155,440 

4, 1 34 

664.170 

2.409 

19.087 

41,251 


223,907 

22,494 

90,108 

3,059 

39,565 
82.805 
46,273 

5,810 

23,433 

183,325 

1,683 

30.638 
516.196 

152.594 

168.091 

148.893 

4.583 

681,418 

2,287 

21,356 

41,646 


+2.9 
+6.0 
+5.4 
-2.6 

+2.5 
+2.2 
+4.5 

-14,9 

- +4.2 

-6.8 

-25.4 

+9.9 

-8.5 

-12.4 
-10.3 

-4.2 
+ 10.9 

+2.6 

-5.1 
+ 11,9 

+ 1.0 


33.128 

1.798 

1.698 

199 

10.558 

36.461 

8.260 

210 

4.237 

14.074 

124 

930 

6.110 

46.152 

5.865 

32.312 

818 
74.875 

834 
19.087 
41.251 


37.248 

1.968 

1.782 

185 

11,572 
40,804 
10.442 

163 

4,620 

12.932 

104 

924 

5,049 

40,448 

4,843 

33,850 

927 
77,428 

797 
21.356 
41.646 


+ 12.4 
+9.5 
+4.9 
-7.0 

+9.6 
+ 11.9 

+26.4 

-22.4 

+9.0 
-8.1 

-16.1 
-.6 

-17.4 

-12.4 
-17.4 

+4.8 
+ 13.3 

+3.4 

-4.4 
+ 11.9 

+ 1.0 


184.392 

19.414 

83.799 

2.942 

28.053 
44,578 
36.025 

6.615 

18.259 

182,671 

2,132 

26,955 
558,248 

128,050 
181,509 
123,128 

3,316 
589,295 

1,575 


186.659 

20,526 

88.326 

2,874 

27.993 
42,001 
35,831 

5.647 

18.813 

170.393 

1.579 

29.714 
511.147 

112.146 
163.248 
1 1 5.043 

3.656 
603.990 

1,490 


+ 1.2 




+5.7 




+5.4 


Embezzlement 


-2.3 


Stolen property; buying, receiving. 


-.2 




-5.8 




-.5 




-14.6 


Sex offenses (except forcible rape 


+3.0 




-6.7 




-25.9 




+ 10.2 




-8.4 




-12.4 




-10.1 




-6.6 




+ 10.3 


All other offenses (except traffic) 


+2.5 




-5.4 























'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within melropolilan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included m other groups. 
^Violent crimes are oftenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 
'Propeny crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 
'Includes arson. 



261 



Table 63.— Suburban Area' Arrest Trends, Sex, 1990-1991 

[4,109 agencies; 1991 estimated population 67.001.000; 1990 population 66.288.000] 



Offense charged 



Males 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Females 



Total 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



Under 18 



1990 



1991 



Percent 
change 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent 

manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime* 

Crime Index Total* 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 

Prostitution and commercialized 
vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape 
and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and 
children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) . . 

Suspicion (not included in totals) 
Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



2.586,617 



2,529,858 



-2.2 



403,311 



421,607 



+4.5 



576,100 



580,811 



115,704 



119,426 



2,917 

7,523 

18.681 

80,023 

81,734 

236.638 

35,556 

4.164 



109.144 
358,092 



467,236 



181,630 

13,631 

44.854 

1.896 

33.836 
73.153 
41.340 



3,068 

21,464 

163,184 

1,842 

24,407 
492,180 

140,303 
167.992 
128.197 
3.603 
550.310 

2.038 
13.830 
18.661 



2.856 

7.672 

20.925 

80.978 

84.405 

243.969 

35.551 

4.542 



-2.1 
+2.0 
+ 12.0 
+ 1.2 
+3.3 
+3.1 

2 

+9.1 



347 

1,199 

4,079 

10.608 

30.026 

81.453 

15.246 

2,178 



340 

1.294 

5.165 

12.003 

31.879 

85,536 

15,553 

2,563 



-2.0 

+7.9 

+26.6 

+ 13.2 

+6.2 

+5.0 

+2.0 

+ 17.7 



346 

86 

1,679 

10,950 

7,473 

112,629 

4.268 

522 



328 

119 

1.739 

11,191 

7.834 

116.030 

4,057 

596 



-5.2 
+38.4 
+3,6 
+2.2 
+4,8 
+3.0 
-4.9 
+ 14.2 



22 

31 

311 

1,763 

2,488 

28,784 

2,118 

215 



13 

25 

343 

1,890 

2,758 

31,031 

2.108 

241 



112.431 
368.467 



+3.0 
+2.9 



16,233 
128,903 



18.802 
135.531 



+ 15.8 
+5.1 



13.061 
124,892 



13.377 
128,517 



+2.4 
+2.9 



2.127 
33,605 



2,271 
36.138 



480.898 



+2.9 



145,136 



154,333 



+6.3 



137,953 



141,894 



+2.9 



35.732 



38,409 



186,015 

14,411 

47,109 

1,878 

34.590 
74,541 
43.278 



2.660 

22.304 

152.655 

1.427 

26,841 
445.648 

122,643 
150.276 
121.572 
4.031 
562.924 

1.885 
15.581 
18.576 



+2.4 

+5.7 

+5.0 

-.9 

+2.2 
+ 1.9 

+4.7 



-13.3 

+3.9 

-6.5 

-22.5 

+ 10.0 
-9.5 

-12.6 

-10.5 

-5.2 

+ 11.9 

+2.3 

-7.5 

+ 12.7 

-.5 



25.894 

1.173 

1.166 

128 

9.592 
33.656 

7,854 



134 

3,980 

12,156 

110 

611 
5,280 

33,197 

4,923 

26,178 

695 

58,957 

703 
13,830 
18.661 



29,032 

1,294 

1.216 

114 

10.425 

37,623 

9,915 



100 

4,344 

11.181 

100 

643 
4.339 

29.212 

4.067 

27,216 

823 

61.473 

643 
15.581 
18.576 



+ 12.1 

+ 10.3 

+4.3 

-10.9 

+8.7 
+ 11.8 
+26.2 



-25.4 

+9.1 
-8.0 
-9.1 

+ 5.2 
-17.8 

-12.0 
-17.4 

+4.0 
+ 18.4 

+4.3 

-8.5 

+ 12.7 

-.5 



35.890 
7.581 

40.643 
1.245 

4.775 
7.886 
2,945 



3,757 

1,032 

33,561 

414 

3.478 
72.178 

33.899 

19,382 

27,243 

531 

113,860 

371 

5.257 

22,590 



37,892 
8.083 

42.999 
1.181 

4.975 
8.264 
2.995 



3.150 

1,129 

30,670 

256 

3.797 
70,548 

29,951 

17,815 

27,321 

552 

118,494 

402 

5,775 
23,070 



+5.6 
+6.6 
+5.8 
-5.1 

+4.2 
+4.8 
+ 1.7 



-16.2 

+9.4 

-8.6 

-38.2 

+9.2 
-2.3 

-11.6 
-8.1 

+.3 
+4.0 
+4.1 

+8.4 
+9.9 

+2.1 



7,234 

625 

532 

71 

966 

2,805 

406 



76 

257 

1,918 

14 

319 
830 



12,955 

942 

6.134 

123 

15.918 

131 

5,257 

22,590 



8.216 

674 

566 

71 

1,147 

3.181 

527 



63 

276 

1.751 

4 

281 
710 

11.236 

776 

6.634 

104 

15.955 

154 

5,775 

23,070 



+3.2 



-40.9 
-19.4 
+ 10.3 

+7,2 
+ 10.9 

+7.8 

-.5 

+ 12.1 



+6.8 

+7.5 



+7.5 



+ 13.6 
+7.8 
+6.4 



+ 18.7 
+ 13.4 
+29.8 



-17.1 

+7.4 

-8.7 

-71.4 

-11.9 
-14.5 

-13.3 

-17.6 

+8.2 

-15.4 

+.2 

+ 17.6 
+9.9 
+2.1 



'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within melropolilan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

^Less than one-tenth of I percent. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'Includes arson. 



262 



Table 64.— Suburban Area' Arrests, Distribution 

(4,786 agencies; 1991 estimated population 76,506.000 


by Age, 1991 






















OfTense charged 


Total 
all 

ages 


Ages 

under 

15 


Ages 

under 

18 


Ages 

18 and 

over 


Age 


Under 
10 


10-12 


13-14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


TOTAL 


3,562,740 
100.0 


215,793 
6.1 


609,506 
17.1 


2.953,234 
82.9 


15,096 
.4 


53,916 
1.5 


146.781 
4.1 


112.778 
3.2 


135,815 
3.8 


145.120 
4.1 


170,421 
4.8 


171,957 
4.8 


171,497 
4.8 


155,939 




4,4 


Murder and nonnegligent 




3,724 

8,981 

26,261 

105,347 

104.900 

409.576 

44,204 

5,808 


45 

528 

1.697 

4,917 

15,702 

57,707 

5.395 

2.165 


407 

1.492 

6.273 

15.646 

39.095 

1 30.406 

19,584 

3.142 


3.317 

7.489 

19,988 

89,701 

65,805 

279,170 

24,620 

2,666 


25 

57 

398 

1,112 

3,775 

69 

437 


2 

138 

332 

1,145 

4,120 

16,926 

576 

743 


43 

365 

1,308 

3,374 

10,470 

37,006 

4,750 

985 


76 

280 

1,214 

2,760 

7,376 

22,973 

4,785 

392 


127 

299 

1,573 

3,744 

8,095 

25,320 

5,195 

340 


159 

385 

1,789 

4,225 

7,922 

24,406 

4,209 

245 


295 

443 

2,055 

4,593 

8.129 

23,467 

3,583 

216 


238 

390 

1,782 

4,534 

6,704 

19,159 

2.664 

161 


233 

402 

1.546 

4,471 

5,459 

16,460 

2,066 

170 


182 




396 




1,404 




4.471 




4.469 




14.274 




1.844 




131 






144.313 
100.0 

564.488 
100.0 


7.187 

5.0 

80.969 

14.3 


23,818 
16.5 

192.227 
34.1 


120,495 
83.5 

372,261 
65.9 


480 

,3 

5,393 

1.0 


1,617 

1.1 

22.365 

4.0 


5,090 

3.5 

53,211 

9.4 


4,330 

3.0 

35.526 

6.3 


5,743 

4.0 

38,950 

6.9 


6,558 

4.5 

36.782 

6.5 


7,386 

5.1 

35,395 

6.3 


6,944 

4.8 

28,688 

5.1 


6,652 

4.6 

24,155 

4.3 


6,453 




4,5 


Propertv crime* 


20,718 




3.7 






708.801 
100.0 


88,156 
12.4 


216.045 
30.5 


492.756 
69,5 


5.873 
,8 


23.982 
3.4 


58,301 

8,2 


39.856 
5,6 


44,693 
6,3 


43.340 
6,1 


42,781 
6.0 


35,632 
5.0 


30,807 
4.3 


27.171 




3.8 






255,512 

26,302 

106,778 

3,416 

46,330 
92,''83 

52,482 

7,327 

26,648 

209,865 

1,882 

34.940 
579.007 

168,337 

198,261 

179,532 

5,085 

784,822 
2,485 

24,541 
47,604 


16.431 

299 

414 

19 

3,946 
22,357 

3,526 

40 

2,576 

2,024 

34 

411 
154 

3,630 

685 

1 3,362 

282 

29.589 
332 

7.557 
19.969 


41.671 

2.172 

2.111 

196 

1 3.370 
44,965 

11.690 

207 

5,115 

14.791 

126 

1.155 
5.688 

44.189 
5.736 

38.540 
1,031 

87,678 
885 

24.541 
47.604 


213.841 

24,130 

104,667 

3.220 

32.960 
47.818 

40,792 

7.120 

21,533 

195,074 

1,756 

33,785 
573,319 

124,148 

192,525 

140,992 

4,054 

697,144 
1,600 


1.145 
17 
38 

2 

123 
2.923 

142 

270 
40 

1 

79 
47 

64 

25 

1,061 

12 

2,475 
33 

142 
584 


4.489 

58 

64 

3 

694 

7.253 

700 

11 

693 

217 
6 

84 
19 

263 

49 

3,394 

57 

7,111 
63 

1,239 
3,467 


10,797 

224 

312 

14 

3,129 
12.181 

2.684 

29 

1,613 
1,767 

27 

248 
88 

3,303 
611 

8,907 
213 

20,003 
236 

6,176 
15,918 


7.482 

362 

286 

20 

2.593 
7.249 

2.230 

34 

881 

2.434 

24 

231 
219 

6.121 
853 

7,105 
200 

16,058 
184 

5,782 
12,574 


8.563 

589 

554 

60 

3,335 
8,128 

2,793 

50 

873 

4,160 

30 

242 
1,353 

12,914 

1,543 

8,480 

284 

19,467 
197 

6,871 
10,636 


9.195 

922 

857 

97 

3,496 
7,231 

3,141 

83 

785 

6,173 

38 

271 
3,962 

21,524 

2,655 

9,593 

265 

22,564 
172 

4,331 
4,425 


9,426 

1,310 

2,291 

176 

3,813 
5,573 

3,633 

159 

896 

10,059 

58 

816 
10,811 

29,626 

5,778 

10,266 

342 

32,432 
175 


9,725 

1,493 

3,298 

192 

3,145 
4,542 

3,210 

197 

831 

11,096 

44 

803 
14,842 

28,539 

6,506 

9,566 

269 

37,900 
127 


10,085 

1,481 

4,467 

187 

2,601 
3,851 

2,842 

252 

835 

11,594 

44 

967 
19,179 

24,450 

7,188 

9,451 

249 

40,854 
113 


10.390 




1.410 




4,799 




179 


stolen properly; buying, receiving. 


2,176 




3,382 


iVeapons; carrying. 


2,671 


I'rostitution and 
commercialized vice 


301 




795 




11,085 




35 


Dffenses agamsl family and 


1,207 


3ri\ing under the influence 


25.984 
5.917 




8.746 




9.567 


v'agrancy 


201 


\ll other offenses (except 
tratTic) 


39,820 




103 


Turfew and loitering law 

















See footnotes at end of table 



263 



Table 64. — Suburban Area' Arrests. Distribution by Age, 1991 — Continued 





Age 


Offense charged 


22 


23 


24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45^9 


50-54 


55-59 


60-64 


65 and 
over 


TOT\L 


138.492 
3.9 


131.878 


128,471 
3.6 


603,875 
16.9 


496,278 
13.9 


328,972 
9.2 


200.952 
5.6 


108J64 
3.1 


61,639 

1.7 


35,952 
1.0 


23,157 
.6 


24,790 




.7 






Murder and nonn^ligent 


189 

319 

1,216 

4,057 

3,746 

12,085 

1,440 

110 


149 

333 

1.062 

3.969 

3.266 

11.183 

U62 

104 


114 

313 
1.046 
3.844 
2.981 
10.393 
1.102 
108 


569 
1,560 

4.234 
19.244 
12.799 
50.274 

4,366 
512 


489 

1,273 

2.922 

15.917 

8.909 

43,591 

2.941 

420 


284 

846 

1.504 

10.386 

5.138 

30.929 

1.660 

291 


224 

563 

705 

6.393 

2.378 

19.073 

862 

193 


121 
268 
269 
3.488 
959 
10.242 
433 
108 


106 
169 
118 

1,841 
408 

6,079 
180 
55 


38 

92 

59 

1.052 

231 

4.123 

105 

39 


30 
56 
29 
706 
114 
3.151 
46 
22 


56 




66 


Robben 


37 




735 


Burclan' 


115 




4.687 




66 




26 








5,781 

4.0 

17,381 

3.1 


5.513 

3.8 

15,815 

2.8 


5.317 

3.7 

14.584 

2.6 


25,607 
17.7 

67.951 
12.0 


20.601 

14.3 

55.861 

9.9 


13,020 

9.0 

38.018 

6.7 


7,885 

5.5 

22.506 

4.0 


4,146 

2.9 

11,742 

2.1 


2^34 
1.5 

6,722 
1.2 


1.241 
.9 

4.498 
.8 


821 

.6 

3,333 

.6 


894 




.6 


Property' crime* 


4,894 




.9 








23,162 
3.3 


21.328 
3.0 


19.901 

2.8 


93,558 
13.2 


76.462 
10.8 


51.038 

7.2 


30,391 

4.3 


15,888 

2.2 


8,956 
1.3 


5,739 
.8 


4,154 
.6 


5,788 




.8 






Other assaults 


9,623 

1,181 

4.842 

148 

1.840 
2,621 

2.286 

313 

737 

10.029 

38 

1.153 
24,769 

3,881 

7,833 

7.962 

180 

35.826 
68 


9,648 

1,059 

4.925 

141 

1,633 
2,404 

2.034 

340 

755 

9.800 

35 

1,166 
24,698 

3,174 

7.455 

7,062 

163 

33.990 
68 


9,852 

1,069 

5,019 

133 

1.545 
2,129 

1,843 

346 

796 

9.540 

42 

1,343 
24,466 

2,571 

7.257 

6.569 

176 

33,791 
83 


47.978 

531 

2331 

659 

6.060 
9.287 

7,389 

1,905 

3,896 

45.337 
192 

7,389 
124,078 

9.738 

37.099 

28,077 

716 

151,645 
300 


39.749 

4.199 

19.855 

544 

4.353 
6,294 

5,765 

1,520 

3,825 

36,374 

237 

7,321 
107.872 

5,452 

34,607 

21.164 

654 

118.803 
228 


25.004 

2.886 

14.050 

353 

2.743 
3.598 

3.520 

820 

2.787 

21.594 

188 

5.388 
74,254 

3.925 

26.415 

13J44 

465 

76,562 
138 


14.781 

1.524 

8.691 

249 

1,507 
1,921 

2,301 

437 

1,955 

10,742 

194 

3,282 
50,478 

2,466 

17.312 

8.048 

280 

44.303 
90 


7.727 
633 

4.449 
133 

712 
955 

1.374 

224 

1.197 

4.404 

179 

1,508 
29,760 

1,363 

10,554 

4J45 

155 

23,449 
55 


4.373 

295 

2.219 

53 

411 
556 

798 

137 

813 

1.830 

168 

713 
18.048 

854 

6.489 

2.411 

97 

12,393 
25 


2.446 

149 

1,181 

38 

190 

276 

472 

75 

496 
819 
132 

346 
10,880 

514 

4,090 

1,354 

41 

6,705 
9 


1.417 

87 

597 

11 

114 
187 

306 

35 

398 

419 

80 

192 
6.962 

371 

2.715 

901 

27 

4.177 
7 


1.617 




63 




703 




24 




117 




242 


Weapons; carrying. 
poss**ssing **Tr 


348 




59 


Sex offenses (except forcible 
rape and proslilution) 


521 




352 




90 




191 




6438 


Liquor laws 


307 




2,481 




1,105 




39 


,\11 other offenses (except 


4,494 




11 


Curfevi and loitering law 




Runaways -- 









'Includes suburban city and counts la* enforcement agencies »iihm metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban ciues and counties are also included in other groups. 

^Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

^Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assaulL 

'Property cnmes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

^Includes arson. 



264 



Table 65. — Suburban Area' Arrests of Persons under IS, 18, 21 and 25 Years of Age, 1991 
[4.786 agencies; 1991 estimated population 76.506.000) 



Offense charged 



Total 
all ages 



Number of persons arresled 



Under 15 Under 18 Under 21 Under 25 



Percent of total all ages 



Under 
15 



Under 
18 



Under 
21 



Under 
25 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle thefi 

Arson 

Violent crime^ 

Property crime^ 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property, buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



3,562,740 



3.724 

8,981 

26.261 

105.347 

104.900 

409.576 

44.204 

5.808 



144.313 

564.488 



708.801 



255,512 
26.302 

106.778 

3.416 

46.330 

92.783 

52.482 

7.327 

26.648 

209.865 

1.882 

34,940 

579,007 

168.337 

198.261 

179.532 

5.085 

784.822 

2.485 

24.541 

47.604 



215,793 



609,506 



1,123 J«l 



1,678,161 



6.1 



17.1 



45 

528 

1,697 

4.917 

15.702 

57,707 

5,395 

2.165 



407 

1.492 

6,273 

15.646 

39,095 

130.406 

19,584 

3.142 



1.173 

2.727 

11,656 

29.244 

59.387 

189,492 

27.897 

3,689 



1,807 
4,088 
16.384 
45.585 
73.849 
237.427 
33.545 

4.u: 



1.2 
5.9 
6.5 
4.7 
15.0 
14.1 
12.2 
3~-3 



10.9 
16.6 
23.9 
14.9 

37.3 
31.8 

44.3 
54.1 



7.187 
80.969 



23.818 

192.227 



44.800 
280.465 



67,864 
348.963 



5.0 
14 3 



16.5 
34.1 



88.156 



216.045 



325.265 



416.82" 



12.4 



30.5 



16,431 

299 

414 

19 

3.946 

22.357 

3,526 

40 

2,576 

2.024 

34 

411 

154 

3.630 

685 

13.362 

282 

29.589 

332 

7.557 
19.969 



41.671 
2.172 
2.111 
196 
13.370 
44.965 
11.690 

207 

5.115 

14.791 

126 

1.155 

5,688 

44.189 

5.736 
38.540 

1.031 

87.678 

885 

24.541 

4". 604 



70,907 
6.456 
12,167 
751 
22.929 
58,931 
21,375 

815 

7.677 

47.540 

272 

3.741 

50.520 

126.804 
25.208 
67.823 
1.891 
198.864 
1.300 
24.541 
4".604 



110.420 
11,175 
31,752 
1.352 
30,123 
69,467 
30.209 

2.115 

10,760 

87.994 

422 

8,610 

150,437 

142,347 

56.499 

98.983 

2.611 

342.291 

1.622 

24.541 

47.604 



6.4 

l.I 

.4 
.6 

8.5 
24.1 

6.7 

.5 
9.7 
1.0 
1.8 
1.2 



2.2 

.3 

7.4 

5.5 

3.8 

13.4 

30.8 

41.9 



16.3 
8.3 
2.0 

5.7 
28.9 
48.5 
22.3 

2.8 
19.2 
7.0 
6.7 
3.3 
1.0 

26.3 

2.9 

21.5 

20.3 

11.2 

35.6 

100.0 

100.0 



31.5 



31.5 
30.4 
44.4 
27.8 
56.6 
46.3 
63.1 
63.5 



31.0 
49.7 



45.9 



27.8 
24.5 
11.4 
22.0 
49.5 
63.5 
40.7 

11. 1 
28.8 
22.7 
14.5 
10.7 
8.7 

75.3 
12.7 
37.8 
37.2 
25.3 
52.3 
100.0 
100.0 



47.1 



48.5 
45.5 
62.4 
43.3 
70.4 
58.0 
75.9 
71.3 



47.0 
61 8 



58.8 



43.2 
42.5 
29.7 
39.6 
65.0 
74.9 
57.6 

28.9 
40.4 
41.9 
22.4 
24.6 
26.0 

84.6 
28.5 
55.1 
51.3 
43.6 
65.3 
100.0 
100.0 



'Includes suburban city and county lav^ enforcement agencies Nh-ithin metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Properly cnmes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theff. motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

^Includes arson. 

*Less than one-tenth of 1 percent 



265 



Table 66. — Suburban Area' Arrests, Distribution by Sex, 1991 

[4,786 agencies; 1991 estimated population 76,506,0001 



Offense charged 



Number of persons arrested 



Total 



Male 



Female 



Percent 
male 



Percent 
female 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



Male 



Female 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligenl manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime* 

Property crime' 

Crime Index total' 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice 

Sex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children 

Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 

Runaways 



3,562,740 



3.724 

8.981 

26,261 

105.347 

104.900 

409.576 

44.204 

5,808 



144,313 
564.488 



708,801 



255.512 
26.302 

106.778 

3,416 

46.330 

92.783 

52.482 

7,327 

26,648 

209.865 

1,882 

34,940 
579.007 

168,337 

198,261 

179,532 

5,085 

784,822 

2,485 

24,541 

47.604 



2,896,028 



666,712 



81.3 



18.7 



100.0 



3,323 

8,850 

24,244 

92,201 

96,011 

277,828 

39,619 

5,146 



401 

131 

2,017 

13,146 

8,889 

131,748 

4,585 

662 



89.2 
98.5 
92.3 
87.5 
91.5 
67.8 
89.6 
88.6 



10.8 
1.5 

7.7 
12 5 

8.5 
32.2 
10.4 
11.4 



.1 

.3 

.7 

3.0 

2.9 

11.5 

1.2 

.2 



128,618 
418,604 



15,695 
145.884 



89.1 

74.2 



10.9 

25.8 



4.1 
15.8 



547.222 



161.579 



77.2 



22.8 



19.9 



212.475 
16.857 
55.867 
2.099 
40.494 
83.424 
49,016 

3,249 

25,338 

174,863 

1,603 

30,583 
499,607 

135,554 

177,052 

146,575 

4,471 

648,529 

2,051 

17.896 

21.203 



43,037 
9,445 

50,911 
1,317 
5,836 
9,359 
3,466 

4.078 

1.310 

35.002 

279 

4,357 
79,400 

32,783 

21,209 

32,957 

614 

1 36,293 

434 

6,645 

26,401 



83.2 
64.1 
52.3 
61.4 
87.4 
89.9 
93.4 

44.3 

95.1 
83.3 
85.2 
87.5 
86.3 

80.5 
89.3 
81.6 
87.9 
82.6 
82.5 
72.9 
44.5 



16.8 
35.9 
47.7 
38.6 
12.6 
10.1 
6.6 

55.7 



7.2 
.7 
3.0 
.1 
1.3 
2.6 
1.5 



4.9 


.7 


16.7 


5.9 


14.8 


.1 


12.5 


1.0 


13.7 


16.3 


19.5 


4,7 


10.7 


5.6 


18.4 


5.0 


12.1 


.1 


17.4 


22.0 


17.5 


.1 


27.1 


.7 


55.5 


1.3 



100.0 



.1 

.3 
.8 

3.2 
3.3 
9.6 
1.4 
.2 



4.4 
14.5 



18.9 



7.3 
.6 
1.9 
.1 
1.4 
2.9 
1.7 

.1 

.9 
6.0 

.1 

1.1 

17.3 

4.7 
6.1 
5.1 

2 

22.4 

.1 

.6 

.7 



100.0 



.3 
2.0 
1.3 
19.8 
.7 
.1 



2.4 
21.9 



24.2 



6.5 

1.4 
7.6 
.2 
.9 
1.4 
.5 



.2 
5.2 



4.9 

3.2 

4.9 

1 

20.4 

.1 

1.0 

4.0 



'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups. 

'Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to lotal. 

^Less than one-tenth of one percent. 

*Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'Includes arson. 



266 



Table 67. — Suburban Area' Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 

[4,758 agencies; 1991 estimated population 76,081.000] 



Offense charged 



Total arrests 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 

Indian 

or 

Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 

or 
Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 

or 
Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

-orcible rape 

Jobbery 

\ggravated assault 

lurglary 

.arceny-theft 

Aotor vehicle Iheft 

Uson 

Violent crimc^ 

Property crime* 

Crime Index total' 

)ther assaults 

orgery and counterfeiting 

■raud 

imbezzlement 

■tolcn property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

'andalism 

|»Veapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

I 'roslilution and commercialized vice . 
■ex offenses (except forcible rape and 

prostitution) 

)rug abuse violations 

jambling 

)ffen5cs against family and children . . 
)ri\ing under the influence 

.iquor laws 

>runkenness 

>isorderly conduct 

'agrancy 

.11 other offenses (except traffic) 

uspicion 

'urfew and loitering law violations ... 
;unaways 



3,544,687 



3.712 

8.921 

26.103 

104.892 

104.411 

407.455 

44,047 

5.770 



143,628 
561,683 



705,311 



254.475 

26,038 

106,424 

3,406 

46,090 
92.460 
52.270 

7.299 

26.499 

209.279 

1.879 

34.309 
577.006 

167.300 

197.812 

177.951 

5.061 

779.660 

2.462 

24.323 

47.373 



2.788.239 



723.238 



15,583 



17,627 



100.0 



78.7 



20.4 



2.385 

6.154 

12.624 

76.614 

82.011 

291.845 

30.374 

4.987 



1.274 

2.674 

13.213 

27.005 

21.350 

110.031 

13,083 

719 



19 

44 

105 

654 

444 

1.772 

236 

23 



34 

49 

161 

619 

606 

3,807 

354 

41 



100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



64,3 
69.0 
48.4 
73.0 
78.5 
71,6 
69.0 
86.4 



34.3 
30.0 
50.6 
25,7 
20,4 
27.0 
29.7 
12.5 



97.777 
409,217 



44.166 
145.183 



822 
2.475 



863 
4.808 



100,0 
100.0 



68.1 
72.9 



30.f 
25.i 



506.994 



189.349 



3.297 



5.671 



100.0 



71,9 



26.8 



190,482 

18,716 

78,903 

2,465 

30.857 
78.499 
36,486 

5,205 

22,811 

148,677 

1.204 

23.999 
531.182 

154.229 

174.222 

1 39.633 

3.775 

576.381 

1,852 

20,848 

40,8 1 9 



61,521 

7,090 

26,871 

913 

14.737 
13.276 
15,241 

1.946 

3.444 

59.700 

609 

10,166 

40,712 

1 1 .645 

21,324 

37.021 

1.246 

196.625 

595 

3.253 

5.954 



1,277 

76 

287 

15 

166 
280 
180 

41 

93 

428 

4 

70 
2,186 

845 

1.731 

701 

23 

3.474 

8 

96 

305 



1.195 

156 

363 

13 

330 
405 
363 

107 

151 

474 

62 

74 

2.926 

581 

535 

596 

17 

3.180 

7 

126 

295 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



74.9 
71.9 
74.1 
72.4 

66,9 
84.9 
69.8 

71.3 

86.1 
71.0 
64 I 

69.9 
92.1 

92.2 
88.1 
78.5 
74.6 
73,9 
75.2 
85.7 
86,2 



24.2 
27,2 
25,2 
26,8 

32,0 
14.4 
29,2 

26.7 

13,0 
28.5 
32.4 
29.6 
7,1 

7.0 
10.8 
20.8 
24.6 
25.2 
24.2 
13.4 
12.6 



.5 
.6 
.3 
.4 

.7 
.4 
,7 

1,5 



3.3 

.2 
.5 

.3 

,3 
,3 
,3 
.4 
.3 
.5 
.6 



See footnotes at end of table. 



267 



Table 67. — Suburban Area' Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



OfTense charged 



Arrests under 18 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Pacific 
Islander 



Percent distribution' 



Total 



White 



Black 



American 
Indian 

or 
Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



TOTAL 

Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle theft 

Arson 

Violent crime' 

Property crime* 

Crime Index totaP 

Other assaults 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving, 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc 

Prostitution and commercialized vice . 
Sex offenses (except forcible rape 

and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . . 
Driving under the influence 

Liquor laws 

Drunkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations . . . 
Runaways 



606,616 



406 

1.485 

6,254 

15,599 

38,965 

129,849 

19.530 

3.129 



23.744 
191,473 



215,217 



41,540 

2,168 

2,103 

196 

1 3,304 
44,841 
11,642 

207 

5,086 

14,751 

126 

1.132 

5.662 

43.956 
5.716 

38.274 
1.030 

87.097 
872 

24,323 

47,373 



486.028 



113,207 



2,715 



4,666 



100.0 



80.1 



18.7 



220 

1.008 

2,962 

10,824 

32,473 

100,514 

13,411 

2,773 



177 

468 

3,209 

4,585 

5.978 

27.185 

5.781 

313 



3 

1 

28 

84 

185 

617 

113 

10 



55 

106 

329 

1.533 

225 

33 



100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



54.2 
67,9 
47,4 
69.4 
83,3 
77.4 
68.7 
88,6 



43.6 
31,5 
51,3 
29,4 
15,3 
20.9 
29,6 
10,0 



15,014 
149,171 



8,439 
39,257 



116 
925 



175 
2,120 



100,0 
100,0 



63,2 
77.9 



35,5 
20,5 



164,185 



47.696 



1,041 



2,295 



100.0 



76,3 



22.2 



30.278 

1.849 

1,601 

149 

9,020 

39,380 

8,660 

144 

4,161 

9,774 

44 

977 

5,406 

41,961 

5,315 

29,675 

866 
70,230 

686 
20,848 
40,819 



0,795 


194 


282 


6 


471 


8 


46 




4,077 


65 


5,100 


120 


2.774 


51 



58 

886 

4.899 

82 

148 

208 

1,604 
334 

8.286 

157 

15.915 

182 

3.253 

5.954 



273 

31 

23 

1 

142 
241 
157 



4 

22 

216 

49 

128 

2 

349 

3 

96 

305 



3 
26 

175 

18 

185 

5 

603 

1 

126 

295 



100,0 
100,0 
100.0 
100,0 

100,0 
100,0 
1 00.0 

100,0 

100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 

100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100,0 



72,9 
85,3 
76,1 
76,0 

67,8 
87.8 
74,4 

69,6 

81,8 
66,3 
34.9 
86.3 
95.5 

95,5 
93.0 
77.5 
84.1 
80,6 
78,7 
85,7 
86,2 



26,0 
13,0 

22,4 
23,5 

.30,6 
11.4 
23,8 

28,0 



17,4 


33,2 


65,1 


13,1 


3,7 


3,6 


5,8 


21,6 


15,2 


18,3 


20,9 


13,4 


12,6 



1,5 
,5 
,9 
,7 
,8 
1.2 
1.2 
1,1 



.7 
1,1 



,7 
1,4 
1,1 

,5 

1,1 
,5 
1.3 

1.0 

.4 
.3 



See footnotes at end of table. 



268 



Table 67. — Suburban Area' Arrests, Distribution by Race, 1991 — Continued 



Offense charged 



TOTAL 



Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter 

Forcible rape 

Robbery 

Aggravated assault 

Burglary 

Larceny-theft 

Motor vehicle thefl 

\rson 



Violent crime' . 
Property crime^ 



Crime Index total* 



Other assaults — 

Forgery and counterfeiting 

Fraud 

Embezzlement 

Stolen property; buying, receiving. 

possessing 

Vandalism 

Weapons; carrying, possessing, etc. 



Prostitution and commercialized vice 
Sc\ offenses (except forcible rape 

and prostitution) 

Drug abuse violations 

Gambling 

Offenses against family and children . 
Driving under the influence 



I iquor laws 

I )runkenness 

Disorderly conduct 

Vagrancy 

All other offenses (except traffic) .. 

Suspicion 

Curfew and loitering law violations 
Runaways 



2.938,071 



3,306 

7.436 

19.849 

89.293 

65.446 

277.606 

24.517 

2,641 



119.884 
370.210 



490.094 



212.935 

23.870 

104,321 

3.210 

32.786 
47.619 
40.628 

7.092 

21,413 

194.528 

1.753 

33.177 
571.344 

123,344 
192.096 
139.677 

4.031 
692,563 

1.590 



Arrests 18 and over 



White 



2,302,211 



2.165 

5.146 

9.662 

65,790 

49,538 

191,331 

16.963 

2,214 



82.763 
260,046 



342.809 



160,204 

16,867 

77.302 

2.316 

21.837 
39,119 
27.826 

5.061 

18,650 

1 38,903 

1.160 

23,022 

525.776 

112,268 
168,907 
109,958 

2.909 
506,151 

1.166 



Black 



610.031 



1.097 

2,206 

10,004 

22,420 

15,372 

82,846 

7.302 

406 



35,727 
105,926 



141,653 



50.726 

6,808 

26.400 

867 

10,660 
8,176 
12.467 

1.888 

2,558 

54,801 

527 

10,018 

40.504 

10.041 

20.990 

28.735 

1.089 

180.710 

413 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



12.868 



16 
43 

77 

570 

259 

1.155 

123 

13 



706 
1,550 



2,256 



1.083 

70 

279 

15 

101 
160 
129 

38 

76 

392 

4 

66 

2.164 

629 

1,682 

573 

21 

3.125 

5 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



12,961 



28 

41 

106 

513 

277 

:,274 

129 



2,688 



3,376 



922 

125 

340 

12 

188 
164 
206 

105 

129 

432 

62 

71 

2.900 

406 

517 

411 

12 

2.577 
6 



Percent distribution^ 



Total 



100.0 



100,0 
100.0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 



100,0 
100,0 



100.0 



100.0 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 

100,0 
100.0 
100.0 

100,0 

100,0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 
100.0 

100 
100.0 
100.0 
100,0 
100,0 
100.0 



White 



78.4 



65.5 
69.2 
48.7 
73.7 
75.7 
68.9 
69,2 
83.8 



69.0 

70,2 



69.9 



75,2 
70.7 
74.1 
72,1 

66.6 
82.1 
68.5 

71.4 

87.1 
71.4 
66.2 
69.4 
92.0 

91.0 
87,9 
78.7 
72.2 
73.1 
73.3 



Black 



20.8 



33.2 
29.7 
50.4 
25.1 
23.5 
29.8 
29,8 
15,4 



29.8 
28,6 



28.9 



23,8 
28.5 
25.3 
27,0 

32.5 
17.2 
30.7 

26.6 

11,9 
28.2 
30.1 
30.2 
7.1 

8.1 
10.9 
20.6 
27.0 
26,1 
26.0 



American 
Indian 



Alaskan 
Native 



Asian 



Pacific 
Islander 



.4 
.5 
.3 
.4 

.6 
.3 
.5 

1.5 



3.5 
.2 
.5 

.3 
.3 
.3 

.3 

.4 
.4 



'Includes suburban city and county law enforcement agencies within metropolitan areas. Excludes central cities. Suburban cities and counties are also included in other groups, 

^Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to total. 

'Violent crimes are offenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, 

'Property crimes are offenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

includes arson. 



269 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991 

(1991 estimated population] Leaders indicate zero data. 



Stale 


Total' 

all 
classes 


Crime- 
Index 
total 


Violent' 
crime 


Property* 
crime 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson 


Other 
assaults 


Forgery 

and 
counter- 
feiting 


Fraud 


ALABAMA: 225 agencies; 
population 2.939.000: 


11,779 
151,698 

5.144 
34.427 

54.467 
253.075 

15.936 
166.551 

244.122 
1.727.564 

50.840 
236.463 

19.791 
141.598 

5.970 
41.532 

4.799 
55.669 

27,050 
281.548 

16.765 
62.985 

13.521 
41,431 

68.892 
294.019 

33.399 
146.888 


5.126 
29.323 

2,778 
7,547 

21,113 
60.264 

6.035 
24.366 

109.423 
429.656 

16.930 
45.047 

7.898 
35.944 

2.180 
8.428 

1.869 
11.850 

10.166 
58,375 

4,899 
12,343 

5.407 
10.662 

23.600 
69,437 

11.215 
31.320 


723 
8.467 

130 
1.073 

2.093 
9,991 

772 
5,107 

20.607 
142.536 

1.723 
8.492 

983 

7.897 

364 
2.059 

666 
4.707 

1.872 
15.670 

267 
1.190 

443 
2.254 

2.440 
11,201 

1.478 
6.978 


4.403 
20,856 

2.648 
6.474 

19.020 
50,273 

5.263 
19.259 

88.816 
287.120 

15.207 
36.555 

6.915 
28.047 

1.816 
6.369 

1.203 
7.143 

8.294 
42,705 

4.632 
11.153 

4.964 
8.408 

21.160 
58.236 

9.737 
24.342 


40 
395 

1 
17 

31 
249 

38 

278 

696 

3,747 

25 
192 

25 
148 

3 
35 

31 
311 

55 
547 

9 
50 

3 
22 

42 
307 

14 

191 


31 
368 

10 
113 

77 
423 

62 
423 

664 
4,405 

86 
549 

56 
402 

42 
244 

27 
122 

101 

897 

tt 
155 

13 
110 

250 
1 ,056 

27 
237 


193 
1.409 

24 
139 

490 
1,723 

245 
971 

7,947 
31.298 

245 
973 

272 
1.638 

86 

457 

175 
1.409 

536 

3.735 

123 
390 

28 
93 

549 
1.946 

198 

875 


459 
6.295 

95 
804 

1.495 
7.596 

427 
3.435 

11.300 
103.086 

1.367 
6.778 

630 
5.709 

233 
1.323 

433 
2,865 

1,180 
10.491 

113 
595 

399 
2.029 

1.599 
7.892 

1.239 
5.675 


829 
3.598 

404 

827 

4,000 
8.483 

1.294 
3.596 

24.792 

77.732 

1.991 
4.174 

1,194 
4,786 

434 
1.295 

95 
1.198 

1.720 
7.971 

907 
1,703 

877 
1,657 

3,084 
7,453 

1.296 
2,953 


3.319 
15.928 

1.970 
5.167 

12.962 
38.364 

3.603 
14.851 

44.296 
161.290 

11.807 
29.582 

4.542 
20.938 

1.244 

4.722 

226 
3.281 

5.411 
31.060 

3.058 
8,142 

3,758 
6,287 

16.931 
48.521 

7.380 
19,317 


242 
1,217 

266 
462 

1,860 
3,056 

340 
702 

18,507 
46,021 

1.180 
2.371 

1,090 
2,110 

95 
250 

879 
2,626 

1,070 
3,355 

635 
1,254 

280 
390 

906 
1,807 

993 
1.933 


13 

113 

8 
18 

198 
370 

26 

no 

1.221 
2,077 

229 
428 

89 
213 

43 
102 

3 
38 

93 
319 

32 
54 

49 

74 

239 
455 

68 
139 


758 
15.690 

207 
3.007 

3.948 
24.170 

675 
6,243 

19.713 
77.161 

3,378 
22.507 

1.378 
10.581 

753 
5.433 

292 
2.780 

1.933 
18.221 

1.481 
3,868 

464 
2.413 

7.284 
43.990 

1.058 
7.039 


29 
1.110 

15 
94 

150 
1.160 

125 
1.536 

967 
11.264 

176 
1.254 

37 
746 

25 
564 

8 
376 

119 
3,740 

18 
441 

57 
276 

1-65 
1.755 

46 
616 


67 




11.021 


ALASKA: 21 agencies; 
population 533.000; 


12 




131 


ARIZONA: 84 agencies; 

population 3.654.000: 

Under 18 


120 




1.521 


ARKANSAS: 175 agencies; 
population 2,337.000; 


164 




18.722 


CALIFORNIA: 691 agencies; 
population 30.058.000: 


781 


Total all ages 

COLORADO: 207 agencies; 
population 2,990.000; 


10.972 
191 




4,002 


CONNECTICUT: 79 agencies, 
population 2.214,000; 


24 




2,202 


DELAWARE: 48 agencies; 

population 678.000; 

Under 18 


102 




2.093 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: 1 

agency; 

population 598.000: 

Under 18 


5 




4.10 


FLORIDA:' 

GEORGIA: 235 agencies; 

population 4.768.000: 

Under 18 . . 


244 




11,348 


HAWAII: 5 agencies; 
population 1.135,000: 
Under 18 


44 




514 


IDAHO: 75 agencies; 

population 871,000: 

Under 18 


19 




358 


ILLINOIS: 454 agencies; 

population 7.634,000: 

Under 18 


119 




795 


INDIANA: 108 agencies; 

population 3,187,000; 

Under 18 


48 


Total all ages 


1,459 







See footnotes at end of table. 



270 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991— Continued 



EmbezzJc- 
menl 



Stolen 
properly: 

buying, 
receiving, 
possessing 



Vandalism 



Weapons; 

carrying, 

possessing 

etc- 



Prosli- 
tution 

and 
commer- 
cialized 

vice 



Sex 
offenses 
(except 
forcible 
rape and 
prostitution 



Drug 

abuse 

Violations 



Gambling 



Offenses 

against 

family 

and 

children 



Driving 
under the 

influence 



Liquor 
laws 



Drunken- 
ness' 



Disorderly 
conduct 



Vagrancy 



All other 
ofTenses 
(except 
irafllc) 



Suspicion 



Curfew 

and 
loitenng 

la« 
violations 



Runaways 



452 
1,969 



473 
.1,035 



27 
276 



115 
1,343 



29 
310 



II 

397 



200 
223 



22 316 
66 1,068 



667 
2.020 



556 
2,426 



7,542 
28.090 



294 
729 



52 
257 



202 
509 



44 
658 



764 
5,018 



71 
177 



97 
187 



757 
1,858 



500 
1.151 



3.086 

8.258 



463 
1.616 



17.027 
30,786 



2.794 
7,326 



1,529 
3.937 



309 
1,070 



162 
801 



781 
2.836 



568 
1,288 



1,044 
1,378 



6.059 
14.666 



1.492 
2.630 



343 
1.669 



93 
453 



585 
2.644 



341 
!.609 



8.816 
33.126 



913 
3.530 



522 
2.370 



80 
530 



233 
1.641 



809 

5.535 



106 
693 



965 
4.768 



242 
1.376 



37 
2.336 



25 
289 



207 
19.002 



9 
947 



13 
698 



3 

155 



15 
1.516 



35 
1.520 



3 

542 



13 
1.098 



23 
1.295 



20 
340 



37 
316 



435 
!.698 



52 
504 



2.768 
18.072 



390 
2.280 



164 
659 



36 

291 



27 
306 



219 
2.921 



159 
562 



99 

324 



353 
1,906 



199 
1 ,386 



366 
5,948 



95 
651 



1.346 
14.648 



408 
6.290 



12.617 
210.984 



633 
7.052 



958 
9.675 



350 

2.452 



935 
10.536 



1.470 
20.654 



385 
3.225 



119 
1.398 



1.339 
11,456 



475 
4,881 



3 


2.219 


5 


18 


213 


667 


133 


17 


1.522 


646 


5 


7 


98 


1.266 




53 


102 


1.175 


9 


3 


40 


124 


43 




330 


10 


73 


107 


522 


2.219 


1 


148 


684 


2.770 


1 


39 


4 


199 


28 


14 


309 


1.031 


7 


51 


113 


560 



157 
17.285 



52 
4.877 



266 
29.715 



226 
20.594 



2,358 
307.873 



547 
.34.407 



92 
12.032 



1 

306 



2.729 



402 
41.437 



58 
7.937 



93 
7.981 



368 
32.142 



791 
6.873 



607 
2.110 



6.217 
28,841 



858 
4.832 



5.479 
24.847 



3,746 
15.932 



458 
2,038 



807 
3,488 



6 

125 



1,181 
9.663 



367 
1,654 



1,138 
2.976 



6.466 

28.234 



213 
17.198 



1 50 3.089 
19.162 9.696 



495 
!.684 



4.166 
160.634 



191 
10.590 



50 
180 



131 

1.427 



575 
19.783 



781 
6.016 



38 
948 



2.763 
18.701 



860 
6.908 



6.350 
14.776 



3.004 
17.557 



2.822 
24.721 



372 
1.737 



452 
9.508 



2,298 
26,240 



160 
1,655 



327 
1.340 



4.902 
19,715 



1.356 
6.469 



5 

188 



63 
853 



1.160 
32.286 



804 
12.961 



5.324 
44,428 



39 2.941 
455 43.680 



1.014 
14.102 



9 
1.561 



32 
146 



16 
197 



27 
112 



35 

115 



51 
307 



27.747 




315,826 




8.523 




61.335 


9 


3.334 




33.845 


3 


663 




12.321 


7 


161 




6.489 


5.037 


4.024 


10 


57.947 


67 


4.000 




20.298 




1.320 


II 


8.268 


31 


7.462 


108 


50.370 


213 


5.646 


16 


30.667 


40 



3.670 
3.670 



572 
572 



7.444 
7.444 



4.740 
4.740 



458 
458 



940 
940 



1.187 
1.187 



6.202 
6.202 



2.090 
2.090 



954 
954 



4.650 


4.650 


1.027 


1.027 


9.438 


9,438 


4.506 


4,506 


351 


351 


547 


547 


1.728 


1.728 


3.350 


3.350 


1.976 


1.976 


2,521 


2,521 


4.880 


4,880 



271 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991— Continued 



Slate 



Total 

all 

classes 



Crime- 
Index 
total 



Violeni' 
cnme 



Property' 
cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Other 
assaults 



Forgery 

and 
counter- 
feiting 



IOWA' 

KANSAS: 157 agencies; 
population 1,900.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



KENTUCKY: 466 agencies; 
population 3.417.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



LOUISIANA: 6.1 agencies; 
population 2.325.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MAINE: 120 agencies; 
population 1.030.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MARYLAND: 150 agencies; 
population 4,858,000; 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MASSACHUSETTS: 

agencies; 

population 3.437.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



173 



MICHIGAN: 467 agencies; 
population 8.623.000; 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MINNESOTA: 288 agencies; 
population 3.774.000; 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MISSISSIPPI: 51 agencies; 
population 853,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MISSOURI: 172 agencies; 
population 3.168,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



MONTANA: 55 agencies; 
population 592,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



NEBRASKA: 241 agencies; 
population 1,559,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



NEVADA: 17 agencies; 
population 866,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



NEW HAMPSHIRE: 

agencies; 
population 876,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



20,182 
113,399 



16,981 
230,075 



21,835 
130,511 



8,460 
46.838 



40,840 
267,632 



12,782 
113,488 



54,414 
401,335 



35,059 
136.192 



8,253 
64,278 



33,363 
243,918 



5,982 
20,418 



15,415 
80,801 



9,568 
67,798 



5,535 

31,772 



NEW JERSEY: 493 agencies; 
population 6,834.000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 

See footnotes at end of table 



80,904 
352,947 I 



8,275 
22.497 



7,315 
33,514 



8,522 
34,761 



4.099 
10,347 



18.823 
63.469 



5,499 
30,861 



23,925 
85,722 



13,536 
30,808 



3,441 
13,210 



11,998 
51.930 



2.376 
5.143 



5,391 
13,515 



3,097 
I 1,862 



1. 711 
5,256 



24,243 
76,707 



689 
3,282 



999 
11,632 



1.465 
9,101 



114 
1,012 



3,025 
13,793 



1,730 
11,975 



3,518 
23,199 



694 
3,022 



339 
2,196 



2,029 
12.500 



76 
373 



225 
1,303 



257 
1,870 



59 
549 



5.145 
20,575 



7,586 
19,215 



6,316 
21,882 



7,057 
25,660 



3,985 
9,335 



15,798 
49,676 



20,407 
62,523 



12,842 
27,786 



3,102 
11,014 



9,969 
39,430 



2.300 
4,770 



5,166 
12,212 



2,840 
9,992 



1,652 
4,707 



19,098 
56,132 



14 
103 



23 
325 



32 
302 



43 
498 



19 
126 



230 
1,965 



55 



159 



116 
533 



53 



44 
312 



40 
244 



55 
615 



190 
1.033 



71 
5.34 



311 

2.247 



58 
316 



220 



121 
695 



24 
226 



205 
1,146 



143 
630 



264 
1.234 



252 
1,328 



25 
101 



1,040 
4,499 



401 
2,195 



1,007 
5,219 



102 
315 



131 
605 



683 
2,961 



71 
269 



109 
785 



1.995 
5,935 



492 
2.305 



657 
9,458 



1,136 
7,061 



76 
827 



1,752 
7,763 



1.239 
9,120 



1,970 
13,768 



529 
2,336 



150 
1,212 



1,109 
8,311 



62 
280 



122 

755 



114 

827 



38 
389 



2.901 
13.182 



1,583 
3,473 



1,540 
5,220 



1,479 
5,168 



824 
1,991 



2,892 
10,989 



941 

4,335 



3,276 
11,190 



1.545 
3,530 



736 
2,214 



1,663 
6,594 



285 
503 



614 
1,426 



605 
2,185 



302 

733 



4,032 
10,446 



5,647 
15,007 



4,138 
14,833 



5,124 
19,200 



2,833 
6,729 



8,218 
30,362 



1,905 
11,908 



15,173 
46,728 



9,991 
21,959 



2,024 
7,936 



6,830 
29.085 



1,758 
3.869 



4,193 
10,050 



1,993 
7,254 



1,261 
3,776 



12,878 
42,044 



267 
529 



522 
1,488 



412 
1,089 



262 
508 



4,287 
7,716 



891 
!,509 



1,758 
4,001 



1,191 
2,105 



332 
799 



1,374 
3,418 



230 
353 



285 
596 



516 



66 
146 



1,910 
3,078 



89 
206 



I 16 
341 



42 
203 



66 
107 



401 
609 



32 
134 



200 
604 



115 
192 



102 
333 



74 
140 



278 
564 



1,487 
10,539 



423 
10,594 



1.573 
10.634 



842 
5.460 



4.227 
28.913 



469 
6.013 



2.641 
19,825 



1,772 
11,313 



680 
6,580 



3.110 
29.464 



321 
2,148 



1,156 
6,144 



511 
6,563 



278 
!,846 



8,192 
33,871 



106 
1,050 



281 
2,974 



74 
1,407 



30 

247 



63 
1,313 



14 
419 



115 
1,434 



309 
1,396 



44 
689 



125 
1,726 



33 
129 



59 
529 



18 

447 



20 
113 



73 
1,018 



272 



Table 68.— Arrests by State. 1991— Continued 



Embezzle- 
ment 


Stolen 
property 

buying, 
rcceivmg. 
possessing 


Vandalism 


Weapons. 

carrying. 

possessing 

etc. 


Prosti- 
tution 

and 
commer- 
cialized 

vice 


Se» 
offenses 
(except 
forcible 
rape and 
prostitution 


Drag 

abuse 

violations 


Gambling 


Offenses 

against 

family 

and 

children 


Driving 
under the 
influence 


Liquor 
laws 


Dranken- 
ness' 


Disorderly 
conduct 


Vagrancy 


All other 
offenses 
(except 
trafllc) 


Suspicion 


Curfew 

and 
loitenng 

law 
violations 


Runaways 


2 


94 


1.352 


349 


3 


162 


431 


3 


52 


316 


1,309 




645 


2 


2,329 


21 


722 


2,505 


79 


279 


2.988 


1,386 


571 


912 


5,557 


49 


264 


19.371 


6,603 


32 


3.905 


42 


31,095 


34 


722 


2,505 


3 


886 


1.155 


180 


8 


151 


493 


5 


9 


641 


829 


945 


1.268 




1,870 




152 


196 


609 


3.520 


4,376 


2,645 


527 


2.310 


13,977 


246 


3,198 


38.370 


4,179 


42.451 


14,834 


1 


29,545 





152 


196 




647 


1.104 


367 


5 


1 1 1 


807 


10 


164 


119 


185 


162 


2,056 


67 


3,385 


206 


689 


1,552 


9 


2.330 


3.680 


1.801 


.304 


836 


8,931 


87 


878 


10.728 


647 


5.635 


7,897 


->22 


34.046 


476 


689 


1,552 


1 


107 


853 


25 


5 


81 


116 




5 


105 


359 


15 


143 




1,212 




99 


323 


10 


420 


1.892 


273 


106 


335 


1,643 


2 


192 


8.244 


1,896 


29 


2,041 


1 


12,406 




99 


323 


:9 


61 


2.710 


933 


46 


507 


3,172 


15 


14 


267 


803 




937 


39 


5,457 


93 


712 


1,833 


554 


211 


5.668 


5,073 


1,505 


1.996 


27,585 


202 


1,150 


.30.955 


5,733 


8 


6,192 


202 


79,874 


403 


712 


1,833 


7 


752 


581 


278 


18 


75 


962 


6 


68 


113 


957 


4 


1,122 


18 


1,777 




47 


4 


16 


3.245 


2.235 


1.291 


1.845 


722 


13,347 


217 


1,908 


15,971 


3,656 


23 


8,769 


223 


22,306 


4 


47 


4 


74 


2 167 


3 141 


1 426 


45 


439 


2 408 


26 




748 


3 207 


25 


2 723 


68 


5 915 




1 361 


3 202 


1.156 


10,759 


8.400 


8,116 


3.907 


2.719 


26,570 


391 


1,560 


56,997 


28,185 


235 


25,328 


352 


104,042 




1,361 


3.202 




714 


2,638 


407 




291 


318 


5 


23 


361 


5,938 




1,487 




3,161 




1,909 


1.936 


4 


1.960 


5,062 


1,072 


50 


1,046 


4,361 


73 


375 


24,829 


17,607 




8,016 




15,203 




1,909 


1,936 


12 


87 


160 


261 


3 


29 


241 


48 


43 


103 


256 


189 


711 


3 


1.217 


4 


219 


487 


294 


319 


464 


1,558 


144 


194 


3.457 


301 


329 


8,066 


1,683 


9.796 


4,452 


33 


11.153 


12 


219 


487 


1 


290 


2.268 


991 


22 


259 


1,090 


19 


27 


273 


1,499 


29 


1.107 


->2 


5.136 


131 


1,738 


3,144 


44 


1.715 


8.168 


6,010 


2.175 


2,165 


11,436 


251 


1,816 


23,365 


7,788 


1,200 


10.757 


338 


74,866 


589 


1,738 


3,144 


1 


25 
67 


516 
1.029 


28 
95 


3 
15 


43 
166 


28 
262 


3 


2 
109 


86 
4,230 


1,362 
3,303 




310 

1.752 




364 
1,215 




449 

449 






8 


339 


1.279 


189 


3 


133 


262 


5 


16 


252 


2,369 




611 


6 


2,163 




597 


483 


62 


1.083 


2.937 


1,181 


203 


699 


4,254 


108 


1.005 


14,183 


9,480 




4,772 


10 


17,089 




597 


483 


8 


420 


279 


177 


3 


32 


238 


6 


21 


47 


831 


12 


155 


43 


1,020 




2,363 


252 


254 


1.435 


754 


991 


2.216 


611 


5,159 


22 


381 


5,526 


2,031 


424 


2,142 


2,646 


20,645 




2,363 


252 


1 


142 
519 


299 
833 


18 
97 


2 
17 


40 

325 


114 
1,578 


33 




68 
6,261 


827 
3,550 


173 
1.643 


141 
1,518 


11 

132 


970 
5,963 


93 
93 


38 
38 


584 


50 


584 


8 


4.861 


6,900 


2,024 


50 


537 


4,282 


22 


22 


182 


3,219 




9,924 


49 


9,055 




2,097 


4,925 


100 


11.786 


11,648 


6,008 


2.274 


2,091 


38,246 


247 


12,694 


25.775 


10,544 




36.928 


185 


69,210 




2,097 


4.925 



273 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991— Continued 



Tolal' 

all 
classes 



Cnme- 
Index 
lolal 



Violeni' 
cnme 



Properly* 
cnme 



Murder 
and non- 
negligenl 

man- 
slaughter 



Forcible 
rape 



Robbery 



Aggra- 
vated 
assault 



Burglary 



Larceny- 
theft 



Motor 
vehicle 
theft 



Other 
assaults 



Forgery 

and 
counler- 
feitmg 



NEW MEXICO: 39 agencies; 
population 903,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



NEW YORK: 507 agencies; 
population 15,804,000: 

Under 18 

Tolal all ages 



NORTH CAROLINA: 429 

agencies; 

population 6,251,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



NORTH DAKOTA': 15 

agencies; 
population 154,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



OHIO: 235 agencies; 
population 5,738,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



OKLAHOMA: 279 agencies; 
population 3,167,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



OREGON: 183 agencies; 
population 2,767,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



PENNSYLVANIA: 719 agencies: 
population 8,608,000; 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



RHODE ISLAND: 35 agencies; 
population 891,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



11.102 
65.448 



137,410 
1,043,984 



37,005 
407,633 



3,017 
11,908 



56.740 
318,570 



26, 1 30 
1 50,079 



35,176 
144.465 



72,208 
324,269 



7.350 
38,044 



SOUTH CAROLINA": 

agencies; 

population 3,557,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



233 



SOUTH DAKOTA: 76 agencies; 
population 445,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



TENNESSEE: 95 agencies; 
population 1,565,000; 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



TEXAS: 821 agencies; 
population 17,154,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



UTAH: 93 agencies; 
population 1,512,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



6,552 
22.556 



17,140 
111.100 



166,120 
996,518 



35,753 
101,153 



4.510 
13.219 



44,690 
191,783 



14,926 
83,059 



1,224 
2,391 



16.323 
55.508 



11,489 
29,257 



13,363 
35,548 



20,839 
77,132 



2,626 
8,689 



VERMONT: 10 agencies; 
population 294,000: 

Under 18 

Total all ages 



560 
5,569 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1,885 
3,668 



4,758 
22,126 



62,721 
! 10,388 



14.815 
26,156 



267 
1.136 



375 
2,179 



15,711 
68.853 



2,517 
24,799 



1,979 
13,235 



1,256 
5,579 



848 
4,047 



3.745 
19.179 



482 
2.199 



59 
360 



717 
4,399 



7,232 
38.440 



806 
2,343 



II 
167 



4,135 
11,040 



28.979 
122,930 



12.409 
58.260 



1,205 
2,305 



14.344 
42,273 



10,233 
23,578 



12,515 
31,501 



17,094 
57.953 



2,144 
6,490 



1,826 
3,308 



4.041 

17,727 



55,489 
171,948 



14,009 
23,813 



256 
959 



297 
1,793 



69 

721 



29 
539 



26 
229 



13 
106 



63 
644 



34 
241 



341 
2,002 



16 
112 



327 
2.225 



84 
865 



240 
1,255 



70 
493 



87 
469 



234 
1.226 



20 
110 



67 
355 



411 
2,689 



53 
210 



66 
266 



10.012 
31,272 



504 
3.394 



772 
4.170 



347 
1.060 



337 
1 ,293 



1,519 
6,703 



102 
301 



245 
1,245 



2,492 
9,515 



128 
348 



290 
1,748 



5,075 
33,553 



1,860 
19,819 



938 

7,271 



813 

3,897 



411 
2.179 



1,929 
10,506 



359 
1,755 



371 
2,558 



3,988 
24, 1 34 



605 
1,748 



9 
122 



629 
1,335 



5.409 
21.514 



3,634 
15,145 



92 

237 



2,785 
8,219 



2,151 
4,559 



2,036 
4.624 



3,425 
11,283 



440 
1,277 



276 
550 



903 
3,315 



11,799 
31,936 



1,518 
2.481 



103 
331 



3,307 
9,335 



18,588 
84,212 



7,855 
39,202 



997 
1,887 



9,624 
30,125 



6,205 
15,820 



9,002 
23.756 



10.980 
39.693 



1.423 
4,456 



19,764 



1,461 
2.607 



2,942 
13,850 



35,846 
122,027 



11,262 
19.737 



142 
592 



178 
325 



4,585 
16,120 



758 
2,347 



95 
155 



1.687 
3.339 



1,621 
2,643 



1,213 
2.545 



2.395 
5,276 



227 
680 



66 
114 



174 
431 



7,453 
15,927 



1,052 
1,376 



397 
984 



152 
555 



248 
590 



256 
456 



264 
475 



294 
701 



391 
1,058 



167 
219 



687 
5,552 



9,388 
49,021 



3,527 
38,755 



123 
510 



4,878 
22,975 



751 
6,463 



2.598 
16.952 



3,412 
20.705 



635 
4,594 



14,255 



171 
1,235 



1,151 
6,250 



9,385 
65,745 



1,995 
7,511 



59 
602 



25 
197 



405 
6,325 



203 
5,417 



20 
84 



98 

2,127 



134 
1,013 



219 
1,193 



182 
2.032 



5 
135 



2.328 



41 
170 



513 
1,559 



574 
7,881 



250 
904 



3 
51 



274 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991— Continued 



Embezzle- 
ment 


Stolen 
property; 

buying, 
receiving; 
possessing 


Vandalism 


Weapons, 

carrying, 

possessing 

etc 


Prosti- 
tution 
and 
commer- 
cialized 
vice 


Sex 
offenses 
(except 
forcible 
rape and 
prostitution 


Drug 

abuse 

Violations 


Gambling 


OfTcnses 

against 

family 

and 

children 


Dnving 
under the 
influence 


Liquor 
laws 


Drunken- 
ness^ 


Disorderly 
conduct 


Vagrancy 


All other 
offenses 
(except 
ttafTicl 


Suspicion 


Curfew 

and 
lotienng 

law 
violations 


Runaways 


9 


172 


418 


169 


5 


29 


201 


35 


15 


228 


1,375 


41 


442 


9 


1.763 


■) 


334 


575 


98 


624 


734 


623 


466 


259 


1,719 


35 


534 


13.958 


5.366 


492 


3,162 


76 


16.986 


14 


334 


575 


22 


3.358 


9,328 


2,920 


69 


1,109 


7,119 


78 


335 


306 


1.799 


2 


7.735 


160 


37.967 


21 


559 


5.205 


414 


16,138 


26,644 


15,297 


14,417 


5,751 


102.667 


3,403 


3.803 


40.739 


12.535 


4 


58.043 


6,484 


444.279 


21 


559 


5.205 


88 


944 


2,115 


882 


14 


162 


1,707 


9 


75 


552 


1.484 




1.392 


32 


7.316 




69 


983 


1,668 


5,619 


9,362 


6,614 


952 


2,172 


25.188 


480 


5.717 


27.253 


10.921 




15.439 


204 


117.631 




69 


983 




46 


209 


10 




8 


6 




37 


42 


539 


1 


124 




175 




64 


383 


J 


72 


344 


36 


1 


28 


145 


7 


132 


1.618 


1.762 


178 


525 




991 




64 


383 


10 


2.077 


2,904 


955 


46 


392 


1.970 


94 


700 


384 


3.159 


477 


3.481 


14 


10.667 


143 


3.858 


4.054 


38 


6.934 


5,479 


5,622 


2,612 


2,002 


21.468 


613 


8.092 


27.781 


16.378 


19.549 


20,544 


485 


87,432 


293 


3.858 


4.054 


43 


467 


826 


438 


27 


104 


494 


1 


45 


329 


1,045 


752 


347 




2,201 




1.041 


5.489 


499 


1.818 


1,583 


2,408 


539 


1.086 


8.061 


58 


474 


23.903 


6,283 


32.864 


3,246 




22,007 




1.041 


5.489 


4 


210 


2,487 


340 


32 


402 


616 


9 


1-' 


304 


4,578 




781 




2,593 




2.826 


3.674 


61 


528 


5,140 


2,025 


1,358 


1.551 


9.381 


18 


24T 


26.388 


17,098 




4,298 




14,755 




2.826 


3.674 




996 


5,847 


725 


16 


522 


2.140 


1 


54 


310 


7,772 


286 


8,824 


73 


7,198 




8.521 


4.318 


53 


3,369 


13,997 


3,203 


1,361 


2.028 


22.594 


380 


798 


29.186 


25.412 


18.214 


49,710 


336 


34,589 




8.521 


4.318 


8 


158 


738 


80 


6 


31 


129 




148 


21 


252 


28 


473 


7 


1,014 


249 


107 


616 


79 


637 


1,563 


405 


613 


217 


2.051 


27 


481 


2.090 


1.087 


56 


2.690 


962 


8,428 


764 


107 


616 


86 


1,516 


4,1 19 


3,373 


447 


810 


13.701 


555 


623 


23.064 


14.552 


19.492 


20.271 




15.131 




196 


540 


1 


58 


420 


68 




15 


38 


3 


13 


69 


1.326 


24 


229 


14 


1.171 


1 


401 


599 


15 


132 


602 


173 


4 


82 


424 


6 


127 


3.371 


4.626 


456 


1.549 


18 


4.079 


13 


401 


599 




45 


582 


517 


19 


30 


1.052 


52 


3 


69 


711 


340 


1.786 


16 


2.740 


II 


1.085 


1.536 


23 


163 


1,427 


2,414 


774 


240 


8,554 


281 


708 


12.105 


3.211 


20.791 


5.787 


141 


20.602 


106 


1.085 


1.536 


10 


479 


7,419 


4,355 


121 


896 


5,101 


106 


412 


986 


4.824 


5.656 


6.523 


253 


19.103 


1,613 


3.663 


31.490 


:73 


2,024 


15,190 


22,028 


8,127 


5.965 


61,299 


892 


5.481 


111.306 


22.870 


192.109 


31.519 


832 


178.912 


5.539 


3.663 


31.490 


T 


277 


2,679 


573 


33 


488 


449 




11 


162 


3.218 


170 


1.070 


2 


7.254 


2 


1.073 


1.072 


46 


539 


3,416 


1,068 


934 


1,352 


3,293 


31 


397 


8,782 


11.504 


6.649 


3,451 


11 


21.947 


3 


1.073 


1.072 


10 


24 

117 


54 
243 


3 




23 
128 


21 
312 




1 
86 


19 
1,875 


47 
205 




9 
200 




30 
344 











275 



Table 68.— Arrests by State, 1991— Continued 



Stale 


Total' 

all 
classes 


Crime- 
Index 
total 


Violent' 
cnme 


Property* 
crime 


Murder 
and non- 
negligent 

man- 
slaughter 


Forcible 
rape 


Robbery 


Aggra- 
vated 
assault 


Burglary' 


Larceny- 
theft 


Motor 
vehicle 
theft 


Arson 


Other 
assaults 


Forgery 

and 
counter- 
feiting 


Fraud 


VIRGINIA: 401 agencies; 
population 6,285.000; 
Under 18 ... 


43,508 
401,474 

37,204 
202,617 

7,068 
66,695 

103,057 
377,178 

4377 
22,165 


1 5,302 
66.980 

18.103 
45,607 

2,721 
11,364 

30,180 
67,011 

1,154 
2,950 


1,448 
10,770 

1,402 
6,167 

154 
1,632 

1,966 
7,683 

34 
491 


13,854 
56,210 

16,701 
39,440 

2,567 
9,732 

28,214 
59,328 

1,120 
2,459 


70 
540 

12 
104 

10 
109 

66 
439 

1 
13 


94 
926 

170 
856 

23 
195 

168 
715 

3 
26 


439 
2.499 

373 
1,114 

45 
262 

883 
2,280 

8 
38 


845 
6.805 

847 
4.093 

76 
1.066 

849 
4.249 

22 
414 


2.512 
8.540 

2,765 
5,650 

620 
1,923 

3.541 
7.032 

135 
336 


9.244 
43.098 

12.435 
31.384 

1.724 
7.209 

2 1 .05 1 
46.764 

904 
1.958 


1.878 
4.036 

1.347 
2.138 

198 
503 

3.309 
5.070 

63 
133 


220 
536 

154 
268 

25 
97 

313 
462 

18 
32 


3.831 
44.429 

3.866 
26.950 

406 
7.518 

4.636 
26.356 

150 
1.117 


163 
4.100 

185 
1,394 

22 
499 

398 
2,061 

8 
80 


181 




17,559 


WASHINGTON: 148 agencies; 

population 3.605.000: 

Under 18 


53 




1,531 


WEST VIRGINIA: 293 

agencies; 

population 1.775.000: 


35 




6,442 


WISCONSIN: 287 agencies; 

population 4.921,000; 

Under 18 


331 




9,964 


WYOMING: 66 agencies; 
population 401,000; 


3 




130 







'Does not include traffic arrests. 

includes arson. 

'Violent crime includes ofTenses of murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. 

^Property crime mcludes ofTenses of burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. 

'Drunkenness is not considered a crime in some stales: therefore the figures vary widely from slate to state. 

^Arrest data for 1991 were not available for the States of Florida and Iowa. See page 173 for details. 

'Not included in total arrest tables. 

'Juvenile arrest data were not available. 

NOTE; Direct comparisons of arrest totals listed in this table should be made with prior years' issues. 



276 



Table 68.— Arrests by SUte, 1991— Continued 



Embe^^l^ 
ment 


Stolen 
property: 

buying, 
receiving; 
possessing 


Vandalism 


Weapons; 

carrying 

possessing 

etc. 


Prosti- 
tution 

and 
commer- 
cialized 

vice 


Sei 

offenses 
(eicepi 
forcible 
rape and 
prostitution 


Drug 

abuse 

violations 


Gambling 


Offenses 

against 

family 

and 

children 


Driving 
under the 
influence 


Liquor 
laws 


Drunken- 
ness' 


Disorderly 
conduct 


Vagrancy 


All other 
Oofenses 
(except 
ttafTicI 


Suspicion 


Curfew 

and 
loitenng 

law 
violations 


Runaways 


21 


395 


2.200 


1.107 


10 


336 


1.211 


11 


13 


311 


1,761 


709 


1,571 




7.686 




1.566 


5.123 


1.105 


1.953 


6.771 


7.654 


1.345 


2.851 


17.558 


176 


1,304 


45,334 


11,589 


58,839 


10,207 


4 


95,027 




I.S66 


5,123 


2 


1.046 


2.123 


530 


52 


408 


570 




13 


288 


3,206 


2 


305 


5 


4.279 


126 


50 


1.982 


53 


2.968 


4.925 


1,941 


962