Connecticut Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


Connecticut Law Enforcement Agency Uniform Crime Reports 1980 to 2005
Connecticut Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 2,535,234 29,321 928 28,393 41 103 236 548 8,452 16,653 3,288
1961 2,614,000 32,536 878 31,658 25 64 238 551 9,526 18,712 3,420
1962 2,597,000 34,736 938 33,798 34 81 258 565 10,259 19,741 3,798
1963 2,666,000 42,045 1,192 40,853 47 88 366 691 12,553 23,397 4,903
1964 2,766,000 49,958 1,773 48,185 49 152 414 1,158 14,713 27,755 5,717
1965 2,832,000 51,951 1,973 49,978 46 148 546 1,233 15,959 27,862 6,157
1966 2,875,000 56,990 2,146 54,844 57 172 601 1,316 17,728 29,919 7,197
1967 2,925,000 66,726 2,804 63,922 70 164 941 1,629 21,987 32,543 9,392
1968 2,959,000 85,527 3,825 81,702 73 238 1,332 2,182 28,538 42,034 11,130
1969 3,000,000 96,764 4,415 92,349 86 260 1,696 2,373 29,624 49,891 12,834
1970 3,032,217 105,807 5,167 100,640 106 276 2,136 2,649 32,874 53,084 14,682
1971 3,081,000 112,338 5,968 106,370 96 367 2,563 2,942 32,884 56,875 16,611
1972 3,082,000 104,883 6,138 98,745 100 275 2,437 3,326 29,489 54,798 14,458
1973 3,076,000 112,717 6,421 106,296 102 342 2,589 3,388 31,661 58,742 15,893
1974 3,088,000 136,087 7,045 129,042 101 345 2,850 3,749 41,808 70,252 16,982
1975 3,095,000 153,419 8,308 145,111 120 385 4,069 3,734 46,815 80,581 17,715
1976 3,117,000 155,993 8,516 147,477 97 448 3,831 4,140 43,135 86,832 17,510
1977 3,108,000 150,493 8,774 141,719 132 521 4,026 4,095 41,833 81,450 18,436
1978 3,099,000 152,765 9,762 143,003 129 533 4,798 4,302 42,207 80,500 20,296
1979 3,115,000 180,033 12,902 167,131 131 752 6,021 5,998 48,229 96,997 21,905
1980 3,095,224 182,051 12,768 169,283 146 670 6,749 5,203 52,638 95,631 21,014
1981 3,132,000 182,823 14,033 168,790 168 687 7,709 5,469 52,990 96,927 18,873
1982 3,153,000 171,129 12,597 158,532 164 692 6,574 5,167 44,481 96,640 17,411
1983 3,138,000 156,204 11,767 144,437 129 627 6,296 4,715 39,988 89,421 15,028
1984 3,154,000 145,995 12,422 133,573 122 759 6,009 5,532 35,607 84,630 13,336
1985 3,174,000 149,330 12,758 136,572 120 763 6,032 5,843 36,041 86,524 14,007
1986 3,189,000 153,989 13,578 140,411 148 760 6,129 6,541 38,190 87,963 14,258
1987 3,211,000 160,413 13,455 146,958 156 800 5,720 6,779 39,120 90,852 16,986
1988 3,241,000 165,214 14,759 150,455 174 849 6,080 7,656 39,477 91,079 19,899
1989 3,239,000 170,695 16,576 154,119 190 892 6,956 8,538 40,035 91,483 22,601
1990 3,287,116 177,068 18,201 158,867 166 918 7,717 9,400 40,355 94,485 24,027
1991 3,291,000 176,531 17,761 158,770 187 960 7,384 9,230 39,198 93,384 26,188
1992 3,281,000 165,787 16,252 149,535 166 884 6,918 8,284 36,372 89,463 23,700
1993 3,277,000 152,392 14,949 137,443 206 800 6,447 7,496 32,052 85,876 19,515
1994 3,275,000 148,946 14,916 134,030 215 806 6,150 7,745 29,142 84,721 20,167
1995 3,275,000 147,481 13,293 134,188 150 776 5,345 7,022 29,095 87,401 17,692
1996  3,274,000  138,414  13,490  124,924  158  755  5,552  7,025  27,574  81,328  16,022 
1997  3,270,000  130,286  12,781  117,505  124  740  4,999  6,918  24,143  78,821  14,541 
1998  3,274,000  123,971  11,993  111,978  135  728  4,379  6,751  21,801  77,472  12,705 
1999  3,282,031  111,236  11,342  99,894  107  654  4,054  6,527  19,298  69,299  11,297 
2000  3,405,565  110,091  11,058  99,033  98  678  3,832  6,450  17,436  68,498  13,099 
2001  3,434,602  106,791  11,492  95,299  105  639  4,183  6,565  17,159  65,762  12,378 
2002  3,458,587 104,223  10,807  93,426  84  740  4,069  5,914  17,111  64,735  11,580 
2003  3,486,960  103,026  11,045  92,981  112  698  4,212  6,023  16,043  65,043  11,370 
2004  3,498,966  103,093  10,112  93,942  100  755  4,188  5,070  15,959  66,770  11,213 
2005  3,500,701  98,336  9,542  89,794  105  712  3,933  4,792  15,245  64,416  10,609 
2006  3,504,809  97,605  9,841  87,764  108  636  4,241  4,856  14,694  62,680  10,390 
2007  3,502,309  93,017  8,965  84,052  106  658  3,607  4,594  15,162  59,723  9,167 
2008  3,502,932  97,947  10,737  87,210  132  680  4,043  5,882  15,107  63,212  8,891 
2009  3,518,288  93,213  10,588  82,625 106  657  4,001 5,824  15,172  59,992  7,461 
2010 3,575,498 88,342 10,083 78,259 133 595 3,553 5,802 15,145 56,413 6,701
2011 3,586,717 87,094 9,889 77,205 129 689 3,689 5,382 15,468 55,067 6,670
2012 3,590,347 86,994 10,160 76,834 146 919 3,687 5,408 14,711 55,674 6,449
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Connecticut Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 2,535,234 1,156.5 36.6 1,119.9 1.6 4.1 9.3 21.6 333.4 656.9 129.7
1961 2,614,000 1,244.7 33.6 1,211.1 1.0 2.4 9.1 21.1 364.4 715.8 130.8
1962 2,597,000 1,337.5 36.1 1,301.4 1.3 3.1 9.9 21.8 395.0 760.1 146.2
1963 2,666,000 1,577.1 44.7 1,532.4 1.8 3.3 13.7 25.9 470.9 877.6 183.9
1964 2,766,000 1,806.1 64.1 1,742.0 1.8 5.5 15.0 41.9 531.9 1,003.4 206.7
1965 2,832,000 1,834.4 69.7 1,764.8 1.6 5.2 19.3 43.5 563.5 983.8 217.4
1966 2,875,000 1,982.3 74.6 1,907.6 2.0 6.0 20.9 45.8 616.6 1,040.7 250.3
1967 2,925,000 2,281.2 95.9 2,185.4 2.4 5.6 32.2 55.7 751.7 1,112.6 321.1
1968 2,959,000 2,890.4 129.3 2,761.1 2.5 8.0 45.0 73.7 964.4 1,420.5 376.1
1969 3,000,000 3,225.5 147.2 3,078.3 2.9 8.7 56.5 79.1 987.5 1,663.0 427.8
1970 3,032,217 3,489.4 170.4 3,319.0 3.5 9.1 70.4 87.4 1,084.2 1,750.7 484.2
1971 3,081,000 3,646.2 193.7 3,452.5 3.1 11.9 83.2 95.5 1,067.3 1,846.0 539.1
1972 3,082,000 3,403.1 199.2 3,203.9 3.2 8.9 79.1 107.9 956.8 1,778.0 469.1
1973 3,076,000 3,664.4 208.7 3,455.7 3.3 11.1 84.2 110.1 1,029.3 1,909.7 516.7
1974 3,088,000 4,407.0 228.1 4,178.8 3.3 11.2 92.3 121.4 1,353.9 2,275.0 549.9
1975 3,095,000 4,957.0 268.4 4,688.6 3.9 12.4 131.5 120.6 1,512.6 2,603.6 572.4
1976 3,117,000 5,004.6 273.2 4,731.4 3.1 14.4 122.9 132.8 1,383.9 2,785.8 561.8
1977 3,108,000 4,842.1 282.3 4,559.8 4.2 16.8 129.5 131.8 1,346.0 2,620.7 593.2
1978 3,099,000 4,929.5 315.0 4,614.5 4.2 17.2 154.8 138.8 1,362.0 2,597.6 654.9
1979 3,115,000 5,779.6 414.2 5,365.4 4.2 24.1 193.3 192.6 1,548.3 3,113.9 703.2
1980 3,095,224 5,881.7 412.5 5,469.2 4.7 21.6 218.0 168.1 1,700.6 3,089.6 678.9
1981 3,132,000 5,837.3 448.1 5,389.2 5.4 21.9 246.1 174.6 1,691.9 3,094.7 602.6
1982 3,153,000 5,427.5 399.5 5,028.0 5.2 21.9 208.5 163.9 1,410.8 3,065.0 552.2
1983 3,138,000 4,977.8 375.0 4,602.8 4.1 20.0 200.6 150.3 1,274.3 2,849.6 478.9
1984 3,154,000 4,628.9 393.8 4,235.0 3.9 24.1 190.5 175.4 1,128.9 2,683.3 422.8
1985 3,174,000 4,704.8 402.0 4,302.8 3.8 24.0 190.0 184.1 1,135.5 2,726.0 441.3
1986 3,189,000 4,828.8 425.8 4,403.0 4.6 23.8 192.2 205.1 1,197.6 2,758.3 447.1
1987 3,211,000 4,995.7 419.0 4,576.7 4.9 24.9 178.1 211.1 1,218.3 2,829.4 529.0
1988 3,241,000 5,097.6 455.4 4,642.2 5.4 26.2 187.6 236.2 1,218.0 2,810.2 614.0
1989 3,239,000 5,270.0 511.8 4,758.2 5.9 27.5 214.8 263.6 1,236.0 2,824.4 697.8
1990 3,287,116 5,386.7 553.7 4,833.0 5.1 27.9 234.8 286.0 1,227.7 2,874.4 730.9
1991 3,291,000 5,364.1 539.7 4,824.4 5.7 29.2 224.4 280.5 1,191.1 2,837.6 795.7
1992 3,281,000 5,052.9 495.3 4,557.6 5.1 26.9 210.9 252.5 1,108.6 2,726.7 722.3
1993 3,277,000 4,650.4 456.2 4,194.2 6.3 24.4 196.7 228.7 978.1 2,620.6 595.5
1994 3,275,000 4,548.0 455.5 4,092.5 6.6 24.6 187.8 236.5 889.8 2,586.9 615.8
1995 3,275,000 4,503.2 405.9 4,097.3 4.6 23.7 163.2 214.4 888.4 2,668.7 540.2
1996  3,274,000  4,227.7  412.0  3,815.6  4.8  23.1  169.6  214.6  842.2  2,484.1  489.4 
1997  3,270,000  3,984.3  390.9  3,593.4  3.8  22.6  152.9  211.6  738.3  2,410.4  444.7 
1998  3,274,000  3,786.5  366.3  3,420.2  4.1  22.2  133.8  206.2  665.9  2,366.3  388.1 
1999  3,282,031  3,389.2  345.6  3,043.7  3.3  19.9  123.5  198.9  588.0  2,111.5  344.2 
2000  3,405,565  3,232.7  324.7  2,908.0  2.9  19.9  112.5  189.4  512.0  2,011.4  384.6 
2001  3,434,602  3109.3  334.6  2,774.7  3.1  18.6  121.8  191.1  499.6  1,914.7  360.4 
2002  3,458,587 3,013.8  312.5  2,701.3  2.4  21.4  117.6  171.0  494.7  1,871.7  334.8 
2003  3,486,960  2,983.3  316.8  2,666.5  3.2  20.0  120.8  172.7  460.1  1,880.4  326.1 
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 
2005  3,500,701  2,851.2  272.6  2,578.6  3.0  20.3   112.3  136.9  435.5  1,840.1  303.1 
2006  3,504,809  2,784.9  280.8  2,504.1  3.1  18.1   121.0  138.6  419.3  1,788.4  296.1 
2007 3,502,309   2,655.9  256.0  2,399.9  3.0  18.8   103.0  131.2  432.9  1,705.2  261.7 
2008 3,502,932   2,796.1  306.5  2,489.6  3.8  19.4   115.4  167.9  431.3  1,804.5  253.8 
2009 3,518,288   2,649.3 300.9  2,348.4  3.0  18.7   113.7  165.5  431.2 1,705.1  212.1 
2010 3,575,498 2,470.8 282.0 2,188.8 3.7 16.6 99.4 162.3 423.6 1,577.8 187.4
2011 3,586,717 2,428.2 275.7 2,152.5 3.6 19.2 102.9 150.1 431.3 1,535.3 186.0
2012 3,590,347 2,423.0 283.0 2,140.0 4.1 25.6 102.7 150.6 409.7 1,550.7 179.6
Connecticut 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 
Connecticut 2008 29 42 32 41 32 49 23 36 44 40 27
Connecticut  2007  29 42 42 42 37 49 26 45 44 42 31
Connecticut  2006  29 40 38 41 33 49 23 45 45 39 29
Connecticut  2005  29 41 39 41 36 48 23 45 45 39 30


United States Crime Statistics
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