Special Report

The City With the Highest Robbery Rate in Every State

Source: unclegene / Getty Images

Hawaii: Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina*
> Robberies per 100k people: 35.3 (Hawaii: 61.6)
> Number of robberies: 59 (Hawaii: 867)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 226.7 (Hawaii: 254.2)
> Poverty rate: 11.9% (Hawaii: 9.3%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 167,178 (Hawaii: 1,407,006)

*Because Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina is the only eligible metro in Hawaii, it is the metro with the most robberies by default.

Source: DavidByronKeener / Getty Images

Idaho: Idaho Falls
> Robberies per 100k people: 16.2 (Idaho: 9.5)
> Number of robberies: 25 (Idaho: 174)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 283.6 (Idaho: 242.6)
> Poverty rate: 8.5% (Idaho: 11.2%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 154,789 (Idaho: 1,826,913)

Illinois: Danville
> Robberies per 100k people: 116.4 (Illinois: 97.4)
> Number of robberies: 87 (Illinois: 12,261)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 1,050.3 (Illinois: 425.9)
> Poverty rate: 16.5% (Illinois: 11.5%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 74,737 (Illinois: 12,587,530)

Source: Davel5957 / Getty Images

Indiana: South Bend-Mishawaka
> Robberies per 100k people: 84.6 (Indiana: 62.4)
> Number of robberies: 274 (Indiana: 4,215)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 655.2 (Indiana: 357.7)
> Poverty rate: 15.9% (Indiana: 11.9%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 323,697 (Indiana: 6,754,953)

Source: DenisTangneyJr / E+ via Getty Images

Iowa: Davenport-Moline-Rock Island
> Robberies per 100k people: 71.2 (Iowa: 29.8)
> Number of robberies: 269 (Iowa: 943)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 475.9 (Iowa: 303.5)
> Poverty rate: 11.3% (Iowa: 11.2%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 377,817 (Iowa: 3,163,561)