Aggravated Assault

The number and rate of aggravated assaults in Springfield

Number of Aggravated Assault

Aggravated Assault Rate

Number of Aggravated Assaults

wdt_ID Year Springfield Ohio United States
2 2010 223 15,611 781,844
3 2011 146 15,048 752,423
4 2012 152 15,140 762,009
5 2013 167 14,370 726,575
6 2014 162 14,771 742,291
7 2015 149 15,812 763,688
8 2016 188 16,754 802,186
9 2017 159 16,819 810,227
10 2018 159 17,674 807,449

Aggravated Assault Rate

wdt_ID Year Springfield Ohio United States
2 2010 367.9 135.3 252.8
3 2011 240.7 130.4 241.5
4 2012 252.0 131.0 242.8
5 2013 278.3 124.2 229.6
6 2014 275.1 126.4 229.2
7 2015 249.1 136.1 238.1
8 2016 316.0 144.1 248.3
9 2017 270.2 144.2 249.2
10 2018 269.4 151.2 246.8

These data measure the total number and rate of aggravated assaults reported to the Springfield city police office, compared to the Clark County sheriff’s office, Ohio and the United States.

  • Aggravated Assault in Springfield has decreased from 367.9 to 131.5 per 100,000 residents. In number, there were 64 less aggravated assaults committed in 2017 than in 2010.
  • Aggravated Assault rates have stayed about the same inĀ  Ohio and the United States.

All data comes from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This information comes from the Crime Data Explorer.

Rates are typically calculated by number of total incidents per 100,000 people. Because the city of Springfield has a population of less than 100,000, these rates are actually higher than the real number of incidents.

Numbers were collected from the Crime Data Explorer for Springfield and Clark County, while population estimates for the state of Ohio and the United States were used to calculate rates came from the U.S. Census Bureau Population Estimates for County Population by Characteristics.

This post was last updated on 4 November 2019.

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