Table 10

CALIFORNIA
Offenses Known to Law Enforcement
by State by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2005
[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff's office or county police department.]

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Violent crime Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Forcible rape Robbery Aggravated assault Property crime Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft Arson1
Metropolitan Counties Alameda 505 9 26 209 261 3,160 692 1,480 988 34
Butte 235 5 33 36 161 1,711 787 881 43 69
Contra Costa 637 11 38 159 429 3,737 1,019 2,690 28 19
El Dorado 325 3 11 17 294 2,276 741 1,520 15 11
Fresno 872 20 45 163 644 6,441 1,683 3,752 1,006 260
Imperial 199 0 6 23 170 1,127 415 657 55 38
Kern 1,691 28 134 339 1,190 12,195 3,260 6,926 2,009 240
Kings 160 3 16 16 125 671 296 361 14 9
Los Angeles 7,459 168 233 1,910 5,148 20,433 5,024 8,682 6,727 420
Madera 285 6 20 19 240 1,452 644 781 27 11
Marin 169 0 12 46 111 961 231 726 4 7
Merced 471 7 28 39 397 1,957 917 1,026 14 12
Monterey 201 4 16 54 127 2,030 576 1,421 33 23
Napa 35 1 9 1 24 430 135 282 13 2
Orange 242 1 10 38 193 1,514 371 919 224 15
Placer 127 5 17 8 97 2,171 789 1,325 57 8
Riverside 2,147 39 115 416 1,577 15,954 3,829 8,215 3,910 69
Sacramento 4,134 57 219 1,262 2,596 26,191 7,159 16,855 2,177 247
San Benito 38 1 1 0 36 351 142 190 19 0
San Bernardino 1,057 27 71 177 782 6,774 2,063 2,997 1,714 124
San Diego 1,589 13 86 270 1,220 9,179 2,469 4,626 2,084 43
San Joaquin 879 12 28 165 674 4,928 1,522 3,141 265 34
San Luis Obispo 210 2 16 15 177 1,558 507 1,045 6 11
San Mateo 220 1 17 46 156 1,906 259 1,354 293 8
Santa Barbara 159 2 18 20 119 1,687 569 1,107 11 15
Santa Clara 355 3 24 20 308 2,222 453 1,404 365 3
Santa Cruz 315 0 34 44 237 2,806 844 1,947 15 15
Shasta 234 2 30 15 187 1,165 467 652 46 33
Solano 150 1 9 20 120 421 209 194 18 36
Sonoma 646 3 45 54 544 2,303 744 1,531 28 13
Stanislaus 980 14 27 99 840 4,243 1,337 2,347 559 290
Sutter 151 0 10 13 128 1,096 372 635 89 7
Tulare2 558 30 30 87 411   1,328 2,117   535
Ventura 185 3 22 28 132 1,153 332 680 141 23
Yolo 28 1 2 6 19 331 122 193 16 8
Yuba 208 7 14 36 151 1,260 576 670 14 20
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 7 0 0 0 7 97 18 79 0 0
Amador 66 0 10 7 49 553 240 309 4 2
Calaveras 132 2 17 7 106 715 287 425 3 8
Colusa 29 0 2 3 24 285 110 169 6 1
Del Norte 79 0 30 3 46 368 180 183 5 1
Glenn 9 0 1 0 8 175 74 101 0 0
Humboldt 124 2 9 21 92 940 354 569 17 4
Inyo 62 1 7 3 51 229 67 160 2 3
Lake 186 1 11 7 167 918 422 491 5 5
Lassen 56 3 6 3 44 143 50 93 0 5
Mariposa 75 0 3 0 72 378 121 256 1 3
Mendocino 313 4 20 24 265 705 285 410 10 19
Modoc 10 0 0 1 9 51 16 35 0 0
Mono 15 0 1 0 14 73 22 50 1 0
Nevada 184 2 15 7 160 703 250 447 6 4
Plumas 37 0 5 3 29 569 227 338 4 0
Sierra 7 0 0 0 7 49 17 32 0 1
Siskiyou 67 3 7 1 56 331 115 208 8 2
Tehama 308 2 5 11 290 478 290 187 1 24
Trinity 36 1 6 5 24 121 86 35 0 0

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