Number of aggravated assaults in the U.S. in 2017, by state

Total number of aggravated assaults reported in the United States in 2017, by state

Number of aggravated assaults in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the total number of aggravated assaults reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with 104,454 cases of aggravated assaults, followed by Texas with 76,089 reported cases of aggravated assaults.
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Total number of aggravated assaults reported in the United States in 2017, by state

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Number of aggravated assaults
California 104,454
Texas 76,089
Florida 58,031
New York 43,819
Tennessee 32,432
Illinois 32,060
Michigan 30,738
North Carolina 24,708
Arizona 24,207
Georgia 23,793
Pennsylvania 23,387
Missouri 22,740
Alabama 18,902
South Carolina 18,668
Louisiana 18,285
Massachusetts 17,319
Indiana 16,976
Maryland 16,836
Ohio 16,509
Washington 13,673
Colorado 12,721
Oklahoma 12,550
Arkansas 12,425
Wisconsin 11,869
New Mexico 11,230
New Jersey 10,880
Virginia 9,985
Nevada 9,662
Kansas 8,458
Minnesota 7,172
Oregon 7,139
Iowa 6,639
Kentucky 5,174
Mississippi 5,119
West Virginia 4,964
Connecticut 4,428
Alaska 4,257
Utah 4,172
District of Columbia 3,791
Nebraska 3,671
Montana 3,012
Idaho 2,953
South Dakota 2,913
Delaware 2,891
Hawaii 1,894
New Hampshire 1,572
North Dakota 1,533
Rhode Island 1,521
Wyoming 1,022
Maine 872
Vermont 710
Number of aggravated assaults
California 104,454
Texas 76,089
Florida 58,031
New York 43,819
Tennessee 32,432
Illinois 32,060
Michigan 30,738
North Carolina 24,708
Arizona 24,207
Georgia 23,793
Pennsylvania 23,387
Missouri 22,740
Alabama 18,902
South Carolina 18,668
Louisiana 18,285
Massachusetts 17,319
Indiana 16,976
Maryland 16,836
Ohio 16,509
Washington 13,673
Colorado 12,721
Oklahoma 12,550
Arkansas 12,425
Wisconsin 11,869
New Mexico 11,230
New Jersey 10,880
Virginia 9,985
Nevada 9,662
Kansas 8,458
Minnesota 7,172
Oregon 7,139
Iowa 6,639
Kentucky 5,174
Mississippi 5,119
West Virginia 4,964
Connecticut 4,428
Alaska 4,257
Utah 4,172
District of Columbia 3,791
Nebraska 3,671
Montana 3,012
Idaho 2,953
South Dakota 2,913
Delaware 2,891
Hawaii 1,894
New Hampshire 1,572
North Dakota 1,533
Rhode Island 1,521
Wyoming 1,022
Maine 872
Vermont 710
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This statistic shows the total number of aggravated assaults reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with 104,454 cases of aggravated assaults, followed by Texas with 76,089 reported cases of aggravated assaults.
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September 2018
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United States
Survey time period
2017
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