Number of Crimes and Crime Index of the Year 2004 for Hartford, Connecticut
This table is based on crime that took place in Hartford Connecticut and is based upon a population of 125,109 served by the Hartford Police Department
About the Crime Data*
Crime 2004 Number 2004 Rate Per 100,000
Murder 16 12.8
Manslaughter 1 0.8
Rape Total 54 43.2
Rape by Force 54 43.2
Attempted Rape - -
Robbery Total 890 711.4
Robbery with a Gun 348 278.2
Robbery with a Knife 112 89.5
Robbery other Weapon 53 42.4
Strong Arm Robbery 377 301.3
Assault Total 2,967 2,371.5
Assault with a Gun 148 118.3
Assault with a Knife 154 123.1
Assault with other Weapon 171 136.7
Assault with Hands, Feet, ect. 81 64.7
Simple Assault 2,413 1,928.7
Total Violent Crime 3,928 3,139.7
Burglary Total 1,722 1,376.4
Burglary - Forcible Entry 1,698 1,357.2
Burglary - No Forcible Entry - -
Attempted Burglary 24 19.2
Larceny Total 6,621 5,292.2
Motor Vehicle Theft Total 2,626 2,099.0
Auto Theft 2,605 2,082.2
Truck, Bus Theft 12 9.6
Other Vehicle Theft 9 7.2
Total Property Crimes 10,969 8,767.6
Total of All Crimes 14,897 11,907.2


Year  2004 Connecticut Number of Reported Crimes
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery Assault Burglary Theft Theft
2004  3,498,966  103,093  10,112  93,942  100  755  4,188  5,070  15,959  66,770  11,213 
Year  2004 Connecticut Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
2004  3,503,604  2,973.9  289.0  2,684.9  2.9  21.6  119.7  144.9  456.1 1,908.3  320.5 

Year  2004 United States Number of Reported Crimes






Forcible 
Aggravated 
Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  Assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
2004  293,656,842  11,679,474 1,360,088  10,319,386  16,148  95,089  401,470  847,381  2,144,446  6,937,089  1,237,851 

Year 2004 United States Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants






Forcible 
Aggravated 
Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
2004  293,656,842
3,977.3 463.2  3,514.1  5.5  32.4  136.7  288.6  730.3  2,362.3  421.5 


Connecticut's 2005 Cities crimes and Rates as reported in the FBI's September 2006 release of the "UCR for Metropolitan Statistical Areas" (MSA)  -- Statistics not available for all MSA'a
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About the Crime Data: The crime index process divides an area population into the number of reported crimes within that area to yield a ratio of crimes per 100,000 people. The use of indexing enables us to compare the crime rate between different kinds of areas and communities.  In recording the number of crimes to create the crime index, crimes and population are only counted once; because of this, the reported crimes and population of a county may be less than that of a city within that county.  Petty larceny below $50 and arson are not included in these statistics. 

While indexing is useful in determining relative risk, it does not represent the actual risk, because the number of crimes is only compared to the estimated number of permanent residents of the jurisdiction where the crime occurred. For example, while the crime rate in the nation's Capital is very high, the actual number of people in the Capital at any time is likely to be three times the number of residents.  This situation carries over to crime rates in jurisdictions that primarily operate as industrial and resort areas. 


When we can, we provide a more complete breakdown of types of crime than is
normally available.  (Not every jurisdiction submits crime data in the format that the FBI requests.) In Normal Text are the standard categories of crime. In Italicized Text are subcategories of the standard categories. In Bold Text are sums of Violent, Property and Total Crime.  Except in States with a low population, we are not providing statistics for jurisdictions with a population of less than 10,000 people.  Crimes associated with jurisdictions that do not have a permanent population, such as colleges and judicial departments are not included in the statistics.

For crimes associated with students in the United States start with School-associated violent deaths and number of homicides and suicides of youth ages 5–19, by location: 1992–2002.    

The statistical data displayed here is based upon information submitted by local and State law enforcement agencies to the  Federal Bureau of Investigation and of population estimates for those jurisdictions.
Connecticut Law Enforcement Agency Uniform Crime Reports 1980 to 2005
   
Ansonia Police Department
Avon Police Department
Beacon Falls Police Department
Berlin Police Department
Bethel Police Department
Bloomfield Police Department
Branford Police Department
Bridgeport Police Department
Bristol Police Department
Brookfield Police Department
Canton Police Department
Cheshire Police Department
Clinton Police Department
Connecticut State Police
Coventry Police Department
Cromwell Police Department
Danbury Police Department
Danielson Police Department
Darien Police Department
Derby Police Department
East Hampton Police Department
East Hartford Police Dept
East Haven Police Department
East Lyme Police Department
East Windsor Police Department
Easton Police Department
Enfield Police Department
Fairfield Police Department
Farmington Police Department
Glastonbury Police Department
Granby Police Department
Greenwich Police Department
Groton Long Point Police Dept
Groton Police Department
Groton Town Police Department
Guilford Police Department
Hamden Police Department
Hartford Police Department
Jewett City Police Department
Ledyard Police Department
Madison Police Department
Manchester Police Department
Meriden Police Department
Middlebury Police Department
Middletown Police Department
Milford Police Department
Monroe Police Department
Montville Police Department
Naugatuck Police Department
New Britain Police Department
New Canaan Police Department
New Haven Police Department
New London Police Department
New Milford Police Department
Newington Police Department
Newtown Police Department
North Branford Police Dept
North Haven Police Department
Norwalk Police Department
Norwich Police Department
Old Saybrook Police Department
Orange Police Department
Plainfield Police Department
Plainville Police Department
Plymouth Police Department
Portland Police Department
Prospect Police Department
Putnam Police Department
Redding Police Department
Ridgefield Police Department
Rocky Hill Police Department
Seymour Police Department
Shelton Police Department
Simsbury Police Department
South Windsor Police Dept
Southington Police Department
Sprague Town Police Deparment
Stafford Springs Police Dept
Stamford Police Department
Stonington Police Department
Stratford Police Department
Suffield Police Department
Thomaston Police Department
Torrington Police Department
Trumbull Police Department
Vernon Police Department
Wallingford Police Department
Waterbury Police Department
Waterford Police Department
Watertown Police Department
West Hartford Police Dept
West Haven Police Department
Weston Police Department
Westport Police Department
Wethersfield Police Department
Willimantic Police Department
Wilton Police Department
Winchester Police Department
Windsor Locks Police Dept
Windsor Police Department
Wolcott Police Department
Woodbridge Police Department

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