Crime in Nassau and Suffolk, 2006 - 2013
There were 44,847 violent or property crimes recorded on Long Island in 2013 by the state's Division of Criminal Justice Services, a 7.4 percent decrease from the year before. The division counts violent crimes (murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault) and property crimes (burglary, larceny and motor vehicle theft) reported by the two county police departments and by 47 town, village and other police departments with jurisdiction over parts of Long Island.
The graphs below show the overall trend for eight years in the two counties, and you can search the database below those to see statistics for individual departments. You can scroll over the interactive graphs to see the number of crimes per year reported by all local police departments. This feature may not work with older versions of Internet Explorer.