Maine Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


Maine Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 969,265 11,517 289 11,228 16 48 77 148 2,702 7,334 1,192
1961 992,000 11,059 334 10,725 16 58 87 173 2,969 7,002 754
1962 999,000 11,899 277 11,622 14 28 78 157 3,073 7,653 896
1963 982,000 11,522 306 11,216 19 36 64 187 2,972 7,246 998
1964 989,000 13,867 506 13,361 15 77 75 339 3,688 8,573 1,100
1965 993,000 14,062 437 13,625 21 43 40 333 4,021 8,671 933
1966 983,000 14,029 486 13,543 22 48 58 358 3,578 8,917 1,048
1967 973,000 15,791 621 15,170 4 58 94 465 4,452 9,637 1,081
1968 979,000 16,468 633 15,835 29 66 86 452 5,029 9,497 1,309
1969 978,000 18,985 733 18,252 16 58 111 548 5,672 11,176 1,404
1970 993,663 20,469 887 19,582 15 70 125 677 6,345 11,721 1,516
1971 1,003,000 23,232 903 22,329 20 74 144 665 7,529 13,318 1,482
1972 1,029,000 26,657 1,143 25,514 55 80 217 791 8,155 15,688 1,671
1973 1,028,000 29,220 1,258 27,962 22 80 213 943 10,007 16,107 1,848
1974 1,047,000 37,694 1,440 36,254 30 91 292 1,027 13,809 20,375 2,070
1975 1,059,000 41,932 2,324 39,608 30 110 386 1,798 14,418 22,958 2,232
1976 1,070,000 43,703 2,354 41,349 29 106 406 1,813 14,051 25,011 2,287
1977 1,085,000 44,218 2,438 41,780 26 147 420 1,845 13,596 25,505 2,679
1978 1,091,000 45,151 2,266 42,885 30 121 359 1,756 13,542 26,579 2,764
1979 1,097,000 47,251 2,221 45,030 31 131 349 1,710 12,592 29,828 2,610
1980 1,123,670 49,077 2,173 46,904 32 145 346 1,650 13,291 31,151 2,462
1981 1,132,000 48,034 2,214 45,820 36 145 368 1,665 14,081 29,545 2,194
1982 1,133,000 43,731 1,847 41,884 24 152 345 1,326 11,862 27,863 2,159
1983 1,146,000 42,186 1,829 40,357 24 193 311 1,301 11,415 27,022 1,920
1984 1,156,000 40,776 1,832 38,944 20 155 305 1,352 10,267 26,811 1,866
1985 1,164,000 42,739 1,950 40,789 28 167 284 1,471 10,607 28,260 1,922
1986 1,174,000 40,635 1,726 38,909 23 174 328 1,201 9,433 27,548 1,928
1987 1,187,000 41,928 1,806 40,122 30 186 304 1,286 9,148 28,916 2,058
1988 1,206,000 43,147 1,898 41,249 37 224 311 1,326 9,852 28,928 2,469
1989 1,222,000 43,792 1,676 42,116 39 229 293 1,115 9,810 30,067 2,239
1990 1,227,928 45,406 1,759 43,647 30 242 308 1,179 10,106 31,372 2,169
1991 1,235,000 46,531 1,631 44,900 15 270 280 1,066 11,146 31,737 2,017
1992 1,235,000 43,516 1,616 41,900 21 294 288 1,013 10,156 29,966 1,778
1993 1,239,000 39,077 1,558 37,519 20 329 264 945 8,909 26,945 1,665
1994 1,240,000 40,582 1,611 38,971 28 318 278 987 8,938 28,257 1,776
1995 1,241,000 40,763 1,631 39,132 25 265 334 1,007 9,015 28,444 1,673
1996  1,243,000  42,189  1,553  40,636  25  260  292  976  9,303  29,557  1,776 
1997  1,242,000  38,896  1,500  37,396  25  254  257  964  8,241  27,513  1,642 
1998  1,244,000  37,826  1,565  36,261  25  225  263  1,052  8,295  26,457  1,509 
1999  1,253,040  36,022  1,404  34,618  25  239  243  897  7,532  25,392  1,694 
2000  1,274,923  33,400  1,397  32,003  15  320  247  815  6,775  23,906  1,322 
2001  1,284,470  34,589  1,435  33,154  19  326  264  826  6,898  24,585  1,671
2002  1,294,894  34,381  1,396  32,985  14  377  270  735  6,965  24,591  1,429 
2003  1,309,205  33,500  1,422  32,078  16  354 289  763  6,579  24,043  1,456 
2004  1,314,966  33,104  1,364  31,740  18  315  289 742  6,341  24,096  1,303 
2005  1,318,220 33,362  1,483  31,889  19  326  323  815  6,323  24,218  1,348 
2006  1,321,574 34,802  1,526  33,286  23  339  384  780  6,779  25,167  1,340 
2007  1,317,207 33,446  1,554  31,992  21  391  349  793  6,676  24,057  1,259 
2008  1,319,691 34,005  1,572 32,433  31  379  333  829  6,559  24,695  1,179 
2009  1,318,301 33,286  1,580  31,706  26  375 399  780  6,729  23,955  1,022 
2010 1,327,379 34,521 1,621 32,900 24 389 412 796 7,364 24,547 989
2011 1,328,544 35,467 1,638 33,829 26 394 370 848 7,865 24,886 1,078
2012 1,329,192 34,992 1,631 33,361 25 372 423 811 7,461 24,905 995
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Maine Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 969,265 1,188.2 29.8 1,158.4 1.7 5.0 7.9 15.3 278.8 756.7 123.0
1961 992,000 1,114.8 33.7 1,081.1 1.6 5.8 8.8 17.4 299.3 705.8 76.0
1962 999,000 1,191.1 27.7 1,163.4 1.4 2.8 7.8 15.7 307.6 766.1 89.7
1963 982,000 1,173.3 31.2 1,142.2 1.9 3.7 6.5 19.0 302.6 737.9 101.6
1964 989,000 1,402.1 51.2 1,351.0 1.5 7.8 7.6 34.3 372.9 866.8 111.2
1965 993,000 1,416.1 44.0 1,372.1 2.1 4.3 4.0 33.5 404.9 873.2 94.0
1966 983,000 1,427.2 49.4 1,377.7 2.2 4.9 5.9 36.4 364.0 907.1 106.6
1967 973,000 1,622.9 63.8 1,559.1 0.4 6.0 9.7 47.8 457.6 990.4 111.1
1968 979,000 1,682.1 64.7 1,617.5 3.0 6.7 8.8 46.2 513.7 970.1 133.7
1969 978,000 1,941.2 74.9 1,866.3 1.6 5.9 11.3 56.0 580.0 1,142.7 143.6
1970 993,663 2,060.0 89.3 1,970.7 1.5 7.0 12.6 68.1 638.5 1,179.6 152.6
1971 1,003,000 2,316.3 90.0 2,226.2 2.0 7.4 14.4 66.3 750.6 1,327.8 147.8
1972 1,029,000 2,590.6 111.1 2,479.5 5.3 7.8 21.1 76.9 792.5 1,524.6 162.4
1973 1,028,000 2,842.4 122.4 2,720.0 2.1 7.8 20.7 91.7 973.4 1,566.8 179.8
1974 1,047,000 3,600.2 137.5 3,462.7 2.9 8.7 27.9 98.1 1,318.9 1,946.0 197.7
1975 1,059,000 3,959.6 219.5 3,740.1 2.8 10.4 36.4 169.8 1,361.5 2,167.9 210.8
1976 1,070,000 4,084.4 220.0 3,864.4 2.7 9.9 37.9 169.4 1,313.2 2,337.5 213.7
1977 1,085,000 4,075.4 224.7 3,850.7 2.4 13.5 38.7 170.0 1,253.1 2,350.7 246.9
1978 1,091,000 4,138.5 207.7 3,930.8 2.7 11.1 32.9 161.0 1,241.2 2,436.2 253.3
1979 1,097,000 4,307.3 202.5 4,104.8 2.8 11.9 31.8 155.9 1,147.9 2,719.1 237.9
1980 1,123,670 4,367.6 193.4 4,174.2 2.8 12.9 30.8 146.8 1,182.8 2,772.3 219.1
1981 1,132,000 4,243.3 195.6 4,047.7 3.2 12.8 32.5 147.1 1,243.9 2,610.0 193.8
1982 1,133,000 3,859.8 163.0 3,696.7 2.1 13.4 30.5 117.0 1,047.0 2,459.2 190.6
1983 1,146,000 3,681.2 159.6 3,521.6 2.1 16.8 27.1 113.5 996.1 2,357.9 167.5
1984 1,156,000 3,527.3 158.5 3,368.9 1.7 13.4 26.4 117.0 888.1 2,319.3 161.4
1985 1,164,000 3,671.7 167.5 3,504.2 2.4 14.3 24.4 126.4 911.3 2,427.8 165.1
1986 1,174,000 3,461.2 147.0 3,314.2 2.0 14.8 27.9 102.3 803.5 2,346.5 164.2
1987 1,187,000 3,532.3 152.1 3,380.1 2.5 15.7 25.6 108.3 770.7 2,436.1 173.4
1988 1,206,000 3,577.7 157.4 3,420.3 3.1 18.6 25.8 110.0 816.9 2,398.7 204.7
1989 1,222,000 3,583.6 137.2 3,446.5 3.2 18.7 24.0 91.2 802.8 2,460.5 183.2
1990 1,227,928 3,697.8 143.2 3,554.5 2.4 19.7 25.1 96.0 823.0 2,554.9 176.6
1991 1,235,000 3,767.7 132.1 3,635.6 1.2 21.9 22.7 86.3 902.5 2,569.8 163.3
1992 1,235,000 3,523.6 130.9 3,392.7 1.7 23.8 23.3 82.0 822.3 2,426.4 144.0
1993 1,239,000 3,153.9 125.7 3,028.2 1.6 26.6 21.3 76.3 719.0 2,174.7 134.4
1994 1,240,000 3,272.7 129.9 3,142.8 2.3 25.6 22.4 79.6 720.8 2,278.8 143.2
1995 1,241,000 3,284.7 131.4 3,153.3 2.0 21.4 26.9 81.1 726.4 2,292.0 134.8
1996  1,243,000  3,394.1  124.9  3,269.2  2.0  20.9  23.5  78.5  748.4  2,377.9  142.9 
1997  1,242,000  3,131.7  120.8  3,011.0  2.0  20.5  20.7  77.6  663.5  2,215.2  132.2 
1998  1,244,000  3,040.7  125.8  2,914.9  2.0  18.1  21.1  84.6  666.8  2,126.8  121.3 
1999  1,253,040  2,874.8  112.0  2,762.7 2.0  19.1 19.4  71.6 601.1 2,026.4 135.2 
2000  1,274,923  2,619.8  109.6  2,510.2 1.2 25.1 19.4 63.9 531.4 1,875.1  103.7 
2001  1,284,470  2,692.9  111.7  2,581.1 1.5  25.4  20.6  64.3  537.0 1,914.0  130.1 
2002  1,294,894  2,655.1  107.8  2,547.3  1.1  29.1  20.9  56.8 537.9 1,899.1 110.4
2003  1,309,205  2,558.8  108.6  2,450.2  1.2  27.0  22.1  58.3  502.5  1.836.5  111.2 
2004  1,314,985  2,517.4  103.7  2,413.7 1.4  24.0 22.0 56.4 482.2 1,832.4 99.1
2005  1,318,220  2,531.6  112.5  2,419.1 1.4 24.7 24.5 61.8 479.7 1,837.2  102.3 
2006  1,321,574  2,634.2  115.5  2,518.7 1.7 25.7 29.1 59.0 512.9 1,904.3  101.4 
2007  1,317,207  2,536.8  118.0  2,428.8 1.6 29.7 26.5 60.2 506.8 1,826.4  95.6 
2008  1,319,691  2,576.7  119.1  2,457.6 2.3 28.7 25.2 62.8 497.0 1,871.3  89.3 
2009  1,318,301  2,525.0 119.9 2,405.1 2.0 28.4 30.3 59.2 510.4 1,817.1  77.5 
2010 1,327,379 2,600.7 122.1 2,478.6 1.8 29.3 31.0 60.0 554.8 1,849.3 74.5
2011 1,328,544 2,669.6 123.3 2,546.3 2.0 29.7 27.9 63.8 592.0 1,873.2 81.1
2012 1,329,192 2,632.6 122.7 2,509.9 1.9 28.0 31.8 61.0 561.3 1,873.7 74.9
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 
Maine 2008 40 46 51 42 43 32 45 51 37 36 51
Maine  2007  40 45 51 41 48 32 45 51 37 37 50
Maine  2006  40 46 51 40 47 41 45 51 39 36 49
Maine  2005  40 47 50 44 49 41 45 51 40 40 51


United States Crime Statistics
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