Alaska Crime Rates 1960 - 2012








Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960  226,167 3,730 236 3,494 23 47 64 102 751 2,195 548
1961 234,000 3,813 208 3,605 27 31 29 121 891 2,223 491
1962 246,000 4,074 225 3,849 11 46 34 134 865 2,424 560
1963 248,000 5,115 272 4,843 16 37 55 164 946 3,010 887
1964 250,000 5,415 375 5,040 26 56 53 240 1,109 3,046 885
1965 253,000 6,587 377 6,210 16 45 101 215 1,403 3,777 1,030
1966 272,000 7,577 409 7,168 35 53 98 223 1,613 4,354 1,201
1967 272,000 7,846 437 7,409 26 48 96 267 1,873 4,436 1,100
1968 277,000 9,199 486 8,713 29 60 146 251 2,070 5,307 1,336
1969 282,000 10,942 624 10,318 30 83 190 321 2,455 6,195 1,668
1970 302,173 11,488 840 10,648 37 79 217 507 2,387 6,595 1,666
1971 313,000 13,035 1,112 11,923 42 136 210 724 2,656 7,631 1,636
1972 325,000 14,555 1,204 13,351 31 136 216 821 3,155 8,577 1,619
1973 330,000 16,313 1,269 15,044 33 147 221 868 3,852 9,456 1,736
1974 337,000 17,658 1,527 16,131 46 166 298 1,017 3,932 10,016 2,183
1975 352,000 21,812 1,900 19,912 43 157 456 1,244 4,275 12,399 3,238
1976 382,000 23,763 2,063 21,700 43 179 477 1,364 4,653 13,969 3,078
1977 407,000 24,005 1,804 22,201 44 210 394 1,156 5,420 13,715 3,066
1978 403,000 24,366 1,781 22,585 52 224 368 1,137 5,397 14,522 2,666
1979 406,000 25,187 1,994 23,193 54 292 445 1,203 5,616 15,076 2,501
1980 440,142 24,849 1,919 22,930 39 250 360 1,270 5,545 14,916 2,469
1981 412,000 27,171 2,537 24,634 60 421 472 1,584 5,479 16,310 2,845
1982 438,000 27,211 2,732 24,479 81 374 586 1,691 5,204 16,672 2,603
1983 479,000 28,829 2,940 25,889 66 486 465 1,923 5,720 17,085 3,084
1984 500,000 30,576 3,108 27,468 58 458 547 2,045 6,184 18,140 3,144
1985 521,000 30,619 3,031 27,588 51 402 484 2,094 6,209 18,220 3,159
1986 534,000 33,353 3,046 30,307 46 388 470 2,142 6,204 20,879 3,224
1987 525,000 28,232 2,391 25,841 53 341 384 1,613 5,093 18,195 2,553
1988 513,000 25,248 2,682 22,566 29 296 374 1,983 4,321 15,911 2,334
1989 527,000 25,190 2,623 22,567 42 279 356 1,946 4,358 15,811 2,398
1990 550,043 28,342 2,885 25,457 41 401 422 2,021 4,919 17,428 3,110
1991 570,000 32,499 3,499 29,000 42 523 645 2,289 5,582 20,375 3,043
1992 587,000 32,693 3,877 28,816 44 579 640 2,614 5,170 20,728 2,918
1993 599,000 33,352 4,557 28,795 54 502 733 3,268 4,893 21,201 2,701
1994 606,000 34,591 4,644 29,947 38 418 886 3,302 4,848 21,824 3275
1995 604,000 34,753 4,656 30,097 55 485 937 3,179 5,055 21,891 3,151
1996  607,000  33,084  4,417  28,667  45  398  710  3,264  5,118  20,557  2,992 
1997  609,000  32,110  4,270  27,840  54  403  648  3,165  4,276  20,780  2,784 
1998  614,000  29,331  4,015  25,316  41  421  532  3,021  4,098  18,611  2,607 
1999  619,500  27,007  3,908  23,099  52  517  566  2,773  3,787  16,654  2,658 
2000  626,932  26,641  3,554  23,087  27  497  490  2,540  3,899  16,838  2,350 
2001  633,630  26,895  3,735  23,160  39  501  514  2,681 3,847  16,695  2,618
2002  641,482  28,133 4,015  24,118  33  511  489  2,594  3,908  17,739  2,471 
2003  648,280  28,263 3,877  24,386  39  605  446  2,787  3,874  18,051  2,461 
2004  657,755  26,331  4,159  22,172  37 558  447  3,117  3,773  16,159  2,240 
2005 663,253 28,170 4,194 23,975 32 538 537 3,087 4,131 17,249 2,595
2006 670,053 28,765 4,610 24,155 36 509 605 3,406 4,136 17,490 2,529
2007 683,478 27,617 4,519 23,098 44 529 583 3,363 3,682 16,998 2,418
2008 688,125 24,576 4,479 20,097 27 445 644 3,363 3,232 15,235 1,630
2009 698,473 24,952 4,424 20,538 22 513 654 3,235 3,600 15,251 1,687
2010 714,146 24,796 4,537 20,259 31 533 594 3,379 3,105 15,535 1,619
2011 723,860 23,510 4,416 19,094 30 436 576 3,374 2,852 14,854 1,388
2012 731,449 24,449 4,412 20,037 30 583 630 3,169 2,950 15,565 1,522
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Alaska Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 226,167 1,649.2 104.3 1,544.9 10.2 20.8 28.3 45.1 332.1 970.5 242.3
1961 234,000 1,629.5 88.9 1,540.6 11.5 13.2 12.4 51.7 380.8 950.0 209.8
1962 246,000 1,656.1 91.5 1,564.6 4.5 18.7 13.8 54.5 351.6 985.4 227.6
1963 248,000 2,062.5 109.7 1,952.8 6.5 14.9 22.2 66.1 381.5 1,213.7 357.7
1964 250,000 2,166.0 150.0 2,016.0 10.4 22.4 21.2 96.0 443.6 1,218.4 354.0
1965 253,000 2,603.6 149.0 2,454.5 6.3 17.8 39.9 85.0 554.5 1,492.9 407.1
1966 272,000 2,785.7 150.4 2,635.3 12.9 19.5 36.0 82.0 593.0 1,600.7 441.5
1967 272,000 2,884.6 160.7 2,723.9 9.6 17.6 35.3 98.2 688.6 1,630.9 404.4
1968 277,000 3,320.9 175.5 3,145.5 10.5 21.7 52.7 90.6 747.3 1,915.9 482.3
1969 282,000 3,880.1 221.3 3,658.9 10.6 29.4 67.4 113.8 870.6 2,196.8 591.5
1970 302,173 3,801.8 278.0 3,523.8 12.2 26.1 71.8 167.8 789.9 2,182.5 551.3
1971 313,000 4,164.5 355.3 3,809.3 13.4 43.5 67.1 231.3 848.6 2,438.0 522.7
1972 325,000 4,478.5 370.5 4,108.0 9.5 41.8 66.5 252.6 970.8 2,639.1 498.2
1973 330,000 4,943.3 384.5 4,558.8 10.0 44.5 67.0 263.0 1,167.3 2,865.5 526.1
1974 337,000 5,239.8 453.1 4,786.6 13.6 49.3 88.4 301.8 1,166.8 2,972.1 647.8
1975 352,000 6,196.6 539.8 5,656.8 12.2 44.6 129.5 353.4 1,214.5 3,522.4 919.9
1976 382,000 6,220.7 540.1 5,680.6 11.3 46.9 124.9 357.1 1,218.1 3,656.8 805.8
1977 407,000 5,898.0 443.2 5,454.8 10.8 51.6 96.8 284.0 1,331.7 3,369.8 753.3
1978 403,000 6,046.2 441.9 5,604.2 12.9 55.6 91.3 282.1 1,339.2 3,603.5 661.5
1979 406,000 6,203.7 491.1 5,712.6 13.3 71.9 109.6 296.3 1,383.3 3,713.3 616.0
1980 440,142 5,645.7 436.0 5,209.7 8.9 56.8 81.8 288.5 1,259.8 3,388.9 561.0
1981 412,000 6,594.9 615.8 5,979.1 14.6 102.2 114.6 384.5 1,329.9 3,958.7 690.5
1982 438,000 6,212.6 623.7 5,588.8 18.5 85.4 133.8 386.1 1,188.1 3,806.4 594.3
1983 479,000 6,018.6 613.8 5,404.8 13.8 101.5 97.1 401.5 1,194.2 3,566.8 643.8
1984 500,000 6,115.2 621.6 5,493.6 11.6 91.6 109.4 409.0 1,236.8 3,628.0 628.8
1985 521,000 5,877.0 581.8 5,295.2 9.8 77.2 92.9 401.9 1,191.7 3,497.1 606.3
1986 534,000 6,245.9 570.4 5,675.5 8.6 72.7 88.0 401.1 1,161.8 3,909.9 603.7
1987 525,000 5,377.5 455.4 4,922.1 10.1 65.0 73.1 307.2 970.1 3,465.7 486.3
1988 513,000 4,921.6 522.8 4,398.8 5.7 57.7 72.9 386.5 842.3 3,101.6 455.0
1989 527,000 4,779.9 497.7 4,282.2 8.0 52.9 67.6 369.3 826.9 3,000.2 455.0
1990 550,043 5,152.7 524.5 4,628.2 7.5 72.9 76.7 367.4 894.3 3,168.5 565.4
1991 570,000 5,701.6 613.9 5,087.7 7.4 91.8 113.2 401.6 979.3 3,574.6 533.9
1992 587,000 5,569.5 660.5 4,909.0 7.5 98.6 109.0 445.3 880.7 3,531.2 497.1
1993 599,000 5,567.9 760.8 4,807.2 9.0 83.8 122.4 545.6 816.9 3,539.4 450.9
1994 606,000 5,708.1 766.3 4,941.7 6.3 69.0 146.2 544.9 800.0 3,601.3 540.4
1996  607,000  5,450.4  727.7  4,722.7  7.4  65.6  117.0  537.7  843.2  3,386.7  492.9 
1997  609,000  5,272.6  701.1  4,571.4  8.9  66.2  106.4  519.7  702.1  3,412.2  457.1 
1998  614,000  4,777.0  653.9  4,123.1  6.7  68.6  86.6  492.0  667.4  3,031.1  424.6 
1999  619,500  4,359.5  630.8  3,728.7  8.4 83.5  91.4  447.6  611.3  2,688.3  429.1 
2000  626,932  4,249.4  566.9  3,682.5  4.3 70.3  78.2  405.1  621.9  2,685.8  374.8 
2001  609,000  4,244.6 589.5  3,655.1  6.2  79.1  81.1  423.1  607.1  2,634.8  413.2 
2002  614,000  4,325.1 565.4  3,759.7  5.1  79.7  76.2  404.4  609.2  2,765.3  385.2 
2003  648,280  4,359.6  598.0  3,761.6  6.0 93.3  68.8  429.9  597.6  2,784.4  379.6 
2004  657,755  4,003.2  632.3  3,370.9  5.6 84.8  68.0  473.9  573.6  2,456.7  340.6 
2005 663,253 4,226.4 632.3 3,612.5 4.8 81.1 81.0 465.4 622.8 2,600.7 391.3
2006 670,053 4,292.9 688.0 3,604.9 5.4 76.0 90.3 516.4 617.3 2,610.2 377.4
2007 683,478 4,040.7 661.2 3,379.5 6.4 77.4 85.3 492.0 538.7 2,247.0 353.8
2008 688,125 3,571.4 650.9 2,920.5 3.9 64.7 93.6 488.7 469.7 2,214.0 236.9
2009 698,473 3,573.8 633.4 2,940.4 3.1 73.4 93.6 463.2 515.4 2,183.5 241.5
2010 714,146 3,472.1 635.3 2,836.8 4.3 74.6 83.2 473.2 434.8 2,175.3 226.7
2011 723,860 3,247.9 610.1 2,637.8 4.1 60.2 79.6 466.1 394.0 2,052.1 191.7
2012 731,449 3,342.6 603.2 2,739.4 4.1 79.7 86.1 433.2 403.3 2,128.0 208.1
Alaska Law Enforcement Agency Uniform Crime Reports 1980 to 2005
US States Crime 2004 -2006 Crimes per 100,000 and Ranking

 The table below provides the rank of each State's reported rate of crime as compared to the 50 States and the District of Columbia.  1 = the highest reported crime rate and 51 = the lowest. Going from one year to the next a higher number means, that compared to other States, the relative crime rate is increasing and a lower number means that the relative level of crime is decreasing.  The Index category represents the total number of crimes, and since most crimes involve property crime it is weighted towards these types of crime.  
State Year Population   Index   Violent   Property   Murder    Forcible Rape   Robbery   Aggravated assault   Burglary   Larceny- Theft   Vehicle Theft 
Alaska 2008 47 23 8 29 29 1 31 4 40 23 30
Alaska  2007  47 20 9 24 17 1 35 5 35 26 17
Alaska  2006  47 17 7 20 23 1 32 4 30 14 17
Alaska  2005  47 21 8 23 25 1 35 6 29 18 19

United States Crime Statistics
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