The county of Madera had 4,675 arrests during the past three years. For 2017, the arrest rate was 1,003.90 per 100,000 residents. This is 35.84% higher than the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 people. Of the total arrests, 451 were for violent crimes such as murder, rape, and robbery. Madera also processed 1,102 arrests for property crimes during the same year. Compared to Alameda and Butte, Madera is a more dangerous place to live.
The most popular crime committed in Madera is larceny/theft totaling 606, followed by burglary, and then aggravated assault.
Violent crimes include murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Madera County has a higher rate of non-violent crime. For 2017, Madera tallied 451 violent crimes and 1,102 non-violent crimes. When compared to the national average of 739.02, Madera is higher by 35.84% than the national average.
The majority of arrests made in Madera are between the ages of 21-30. The age group committing the fewest number of crimes is between the ages of 91-100.