2017 Virginia Crime Statistics
There were 437,369 Group A Offenses reported by the contributing agencies.
The total number of incidents of crime was 394,187 and the month of August had the greatest number reported.
Of the 18,645 violent crimes reported, 50% occurred in the residence/home.
There were 5,736 victims of the 5,442 forcible sex offenses reported by the contributing agencies; where gender was recorded, 86.4% of the victims were female.
The theft of money accounted for a property loss of $76,770,476.
Firearms represented 27.3% of all known weapons used in aggravated assaults. Of all victims of aggravated assault, 63.7% had some type of injury.
There was a total value loss of $86,025,726 related to 9,801 completed motor vehicle offenses.
There were 135,409 Group A arrests reported by the contributing agencies and 147,578 Group B arrests reported.
There were 1,654 assaults on officers reported in Virginia. Just over one-quarter (28.1%) involved some type of injury to the officer.
Of the 202 hate crime offenses reported, 40.6% of these were assault offenses and 46.0% were vandalism/damage of property offenses.