Minnesota Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


Minnesota Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 3,413,864 50,049 1,435 48,614 42 81 950 362 12,645 31,303 4,666
1961 3,470,000 50,370 1,505 48,865 34 94 951 426 13,225 30,971 4,669
1962 3,475,000 53,762 1,674 52,088 33 124 1,028 489 13,312 33,781 4,995
1963 3,500,000 59,392 1,983 57,409 41 91 1,186 665 14,160 38,075 5,174
1964 3,521,000 70,398 2,601 67,797 51 157 1,285 1,108 18,833 42,580 6,384
1965 3,554,000 71,485 3,074 68,411 50 186 1,433 1,405 18,853 42,393 7,165
1966 3,576,000 79,893 3,691 76,202 79 261 1,765 1,586 20,713 46,683 8,806
1967 3,582,000 92,887 4,727 88,160 58 309 2,402 1,958 25,233 52,454 10,473
1968 3,646,000 108,041 5,111 102,930 81 398 2,959 1,673 29,232 60,897 12,801
1969 3,700,000 113,836 5,253 108,583 69 424 3,016 1,744 28,836 65,527 14,220
1970 3,805,069 121,796 5,782 116,014 75 369 3,389 1,949 30,507 72,354 13,153
1971 3,881,000 137,267 5,993 131,274 95 468 2,987 2,443 34,219 83,741 13,314
1972 3,896,000 130,674 6,798 123,876 95 571 3,290 2,842 36,124 74,612 13,140
1973 3,897,000 137,781 6,926 130,855 107 579 3,455 2,785 39,610 78,122 13,123
1974 3,917,000 153,976 8,119 145,857 118 692 4,079 3,230 43,939 87,280 14,638
1975 3,926,000 168,766 8,125 160,641 129 730 4,069 3,197 46,842 98,784 15,015
1976 3,965,000 171,727 7,492 164,235 92 726 3,189 3,485 44,493 105,978 13,764
1977 3,975,000 168,176 7,705 160,471 106 774 3,413 3,412 45,103 101,731 13,637
1978 4,008,000 166,096 7,601 158,495 81 797 3,411 3,312 43,837 101,646 13,012
1979 4,060,000 178,349 8,973 169,376 93 871 3,754 4,255 45,183 110,827 13,366
1980 4,061,235 194,918 9,250 185,668 106 942 4,025 4,177 50,602 123,050 12,016
1981 4,090,000 193,731 9,344 184,387 85 1,056 4,266 3,937 52,253 121,834 10,300
1982 4,133,000 184,110 9,062 175,048 95 938 4,188 3,841 48,855 116,375 9,818
1983 4,144,000 167,177 7,909 159,268 69 927 3,298 3,615 44,571 106,034 8,663
1984 4,162,000 159,884 8,802 151,082 74 1,051 2,960 4,717 41,242 101,240 8,600
1985 4,193,000 173,348 10,751 162,597 88 1,242 3,598 5,823 42,663 108,954 10,980
1986 4,214,000 183,823 11,991 171,832 105 1,338 4,299 6,249 42,319 117,371 12,142
1987 4,246,000 195,986 12,118 183,868 112 1,439 4,354 6,213 45,384 125,686 12,798
1988 4,306,000 185,792 12,490 173,302 124 1,337 4,079 6,950 39,167 119,526 14,609
1989 4,353,000 190,801 12,549 178,252 111 1,363 4,128 6,947 39,042 122,673 16,537
1990 4,375,099 198,577 13,392 185,185 117 1,487 4,057 7,731 39,691 129,500 15,994
1991 4,432,000 199,274 14,006 185,268 131 1,762 4,345 7,768 37,832 131,330 16,106
1992 4,480,000 205,664 15,144 190,520 150 1,840 4,906 8,248 39,859 134,750 15,911
*1993 4,517,000 198,125 14,778 183,347 155 1,588 5,092 7,943 38,147 129,727 15,473
1994 4,567,000 198,253 16,397 181,856 147 2,725 5,370 8,155 36,157 131,344 14,355
1995 4,610,000 207,327 16,416 190,911 182 2,593 5,702 7,939 36,756 138,414 15,741
1996  4,658,000  207,891  15,782  192,109  167  2,327  5,385  7,903  35,515  138,671  17,923 
1997  4,686,000  206,833  15,827  191,006  129  2,446  5,373  7,879  35,265  137,872  17,869 
1998  4,725,000  191,197  14,656  176,541  121  2,358  4,371  7,806  32,486  128,689  15,366 
1999  4,775,508 171,802  13,085  158,717 134  2,038  3,917  6,996  27,706  117,736 13,275 
*2000 4,919,479  171,611  13,813  157,798  151  2,240  3,713 7,709  26,116  118,250  13,432 
2001  4,984,535  178,191  13,145  165,046  119 2,236  3,758  7,032  25,496  124,519  15,031 
2002  5,024,791  177,454  13,428  164,026  112  2,273  3,937  7,106  28,034  122,150  13,842 
2003  5,064,172  170,979  13,316  157,663  127  2,092  3,906  7,191  27,698  116,216  13,749 
2004  5,096,546 168,770  13,751  155,019 113  2,123  4,070  7,445  28,048  113,453 13,518 
2005 5,126,739  173,544  15,243  158,301  115  2,258  4,724 8,146  29,711  114,304  14,281 
2006 5,167,101   175,534 16,425  159,119  125  1,947  5,433 8,920  30,173  115,567  13,379 
2007 5,197,621   172,832  15,003  157,829  116  1,873  4,770 8,244  29,670  115,633  12,526 
2008 5,230,567   162,976  13,771  149,205  109  1,805  4,179 7,678  26,483  112,579  10,143 
2009 5,266,214   152,160  12,874  139,286  74  1,789  3,619 7,392  25,580  105,160  8,546 
2010 5,310,658 148,946 12,515 136,431 96 1,798 3,388 7,233 24,415 103,429 8,587
2011 5,347,299 148,506 12,323 136,183 75 2,113 3,385 6,750 25,681 102,354 8,148
2012 5,379,139 150,571 12,419 138,152 99 1,638 3,475 7,207 25,378 104,316 8,458
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Minnesota Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 3,413,864 1,466.1 42.0 1,424.0 1.2 2.4 27.8 10.6 370.4 916.9 136.7
1961 3,470,000 1,451.6 43.4 1,408.2 1.0 2.7 27.4 12.3 381.1 892.5 134.6
1962 3,475,000 1,547.1 48.2 1,498.9 0.9 3.6 29.6 14.1 383.1 972.1 143.7
1963 3,500,000 1,696.9 56.7 1,640.3 1.2 2.6 33.9 19.0 404.6 1,087.9 147.8
1964 3,521,000 1,999.4 73.9 1,925.5 1.4 4.5 36.5 31.5 534.9 1,209.3 181.3
1965 3,554,000 2,011.4 86.5 1,924.9 1.4 5.2 40.3 39.5 530.5 1,192.8 201.6
1966 3,576,000 2,234.1 103.2 2,130.9 2.2 7.3 49.4 44.4 579.2 1,305.5 246.3
1967 3,582,000 2,593.2 132.0 2,461.2 1.6 8.6 67.1 54.7 704.4 1,464.4 292.4
1968 3,646,000 2,963.3 140.2 2,823.1 2.2 10.9 81.2 45.9 801.8 1,670.2 351.1
1969 3,700,000 3,076.6 142.0 2,934.7 1.9 11.5 81.5 47.1 779.4 1,771.0 384.3
1970 3,805,069 3,200.9 152.0 3,048.9 2.0 9.7 89.1 51.2 801.7 1,901.5 345.7
1971 3,881,000 3,536.9 154.4 3,382.5 2.4 12.1 77.0 62.9 881.7 2,157.7 343.1
1972 3,896,000 3,354.1 174.5 3,179.6 2.4 14.7 84.4 72.9 927.2 1,915.1 337.3
1973 3,897,000 3,535.6 177.7 3,357.8 2.7 14.9 88.7 71.5 1,016.4 2,004.7 336.7
1974 3,917,000 3,931.0 207.3 3,723.7 3.0 17.7 104.1 82.5 1,121.8 2,228.2 373.7
1975 3,926,000 4,298.7 207.0 4,091.7 3.3 18.6 103.6 81.4 1,193.1 2,516.1 382.5
1976 3,965,000 4,331.1 189.0 4,142.1 2.3 18.3 80.4 87.9 1,122.1 2,672.8 347.1
1977 3,975,000 4,230.8 193.8 4,037.0 2.7 19.5 85.9 85.8 1,134.7 2,559.3 343.1
1978 4,008,000 4,144.1 189.6 3,954.5 2.0 19.9 85.1 82.6 1,093.7 2,536.1 324.7
1979 4,060,000 4,392.8 221.0 4,171.8 2.3 21.5 92.5 104.8 1,112.9 2,729.7 329.2
1980 4,061,235 4,799.5 227.8 4,571.7 2.6 23.2 99.1 102.9 1,246.0 3,029.9 295.9
1981 4,090,000 4,736.7 228.5 4,508.2 2.1 25.8 104.3 96.3 1,277.6 2,978.8 251.8
1982 4,133,000 4,454.6 219.3 4,235.4 2.3 22.7 101.3 92.9 1,182.1 2,815.8 237.6
1983 4,144,000 4,034.2 190.9 3,843.3 1.7 22.4 79.6 87.2 1,075.6 2,558.7 209.0
1984 4,162,000 3,841.5 211.5 3,630.0 1.8 25.3 71.1 113.3 990.9 2,432.5 206.6
1985 4,193,000 4,134.2 256.4 3,877.8 2.1 29.6 85.8 138.9 1,017.5 2,598.5 261.9
1986 4,214,000 4,362.2 284.6 4,077.6 2.5 31.8 102.0 148.3 1,004.2 2,785.3 288.1
1987 4,246,000 4,615.8 285.4 4,330.4 2.6 33.9 102.5 146.3 1,068.9 2,960.1 301.4
1988 4,306,000 4,314.7 290.1 4,024.7 2.9 31.0 94.7 161.4 909.6 2,775.8 339.3
1989 4,353,000 4,383.2 288.3 4,094.9 2.5 31.3 94.8 159.6 896.9 2,818.1 379.9
1990 4,375,099 4,538.8 306.1 4,232.7 2.7 34.0 92.7 176.7 907.2 2,959.9 365.6
1991 4,432,000 4,496.3 316.0 4,180.2 3.0 39.8 98.0 175.3 853.6 2,963.2 363.4
1992 4,480,000 4,590.7 338.0 4,252.7 3.3 41.1 109.5 184.1 889.7 3,007.8 355.2
1993 4,517,000 4,386.2 327.2 4,059.0 3.4 35.2 112.7 175.8 844.5 2,872.0 342.6
1994 4,567,000 4,341.0 359.0 3,982.0 3.2 59.7 117.6 178.6 791.7 2,875.9 314.3
1995 4,610,000 4,497.3 356.1 4,141.2 3.9 56.2 123.7 172.2 797.3 3,002.5 341.5
1996  4,658,000  4,463.1  338.8  4,124.3  3.6  50.0  115.6  169.7  762.5  2,977.7  384.8 
1997  4,686,000  4,413.8  337.8  4,076.1  2.8  52.2  114.7  168.1  752.6  2,942.2  381.3 
1998  4,725,000  4,046.5  310.2  3,736.3  2.6  49.9  92.5  165.2  687.5  2,723.6  325.2 
1999 4,775,508  3,597.6  274.0  3,323.6  2.8 42.7  82.0  146.5  580.2  2,465.4  278.0 
*2000  4,919,479  3,488.4  280.8  3,207.6  3.1  45.5  75.5  156.7 530.9  2,403.7  273.0 
2001  4,984,535  3,574.9  263.7  3,311.2  2.4  44.9 75.4  141.1  511.1  2,498.1  301.6 
2002  5,024,791  3,531.5  267.2  3,264.3  2.2  45.2 78.4  141.4 557.9  2,430.9  275.5 
2003  5,064,172  3,376.2  262.9  3,113.3  2.5  41.3  77.1  142.0  546.9  2,294.9  271.5 
2004 5,096,546  3,311.4  269.8  3,041.6 2.2 41.7  79.9  146.1  550.3  2,226.1  265.2 
2005  5,126,73 3,384.1  297.3  3,087.8  2.2  44.0  92.1 158.9 579.6  2,229.6  278.6 
2006  5,167,101  3,391.5  312.0  3,079.5  2.4  37.7  105.1  172.6 583.9  2,236.6  258.9 
2007  5,197,621    3,324.3  288.7  3,036.6  2.2  36.0  91.8  158.6 557.8  2,224.7  241.0 
2008  5,230,567    3,115.9  263.3  2,852.6  2.1 34.5  79.9  146.8 506.3  2,152.3  193.9 
2009  5,266,214    2,889.4 244.5  2,644.9  1.4 34.0  68.7  140.4 485.7  1,996.9  162.3 
2010 5,310,658 2,804.7 235.7 2,569.0 1.8 33.9 63.8 136.2 459.7 1,947.6 161.7
2011 5,347,299 2,777.3 230.5 2,546.8 1.4 39.5 63.3 126.2 480.3 1,914.1 152.4
2012 5,379,139 2,799.2 230.9 2,568.3 1.8 30.5 64.6 134.0 471.8 1,939.3 157.2
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 
Minnesota 2008 21 32 39 31 45 17 36 41 36 27 37
Minnesota  2007  21 32 36 29 40 15 33 40 33 27 35
Minnesota  2006  21 33 31 32 40 15 27 36 33 28 36
Minnesota  2005  21 33 31 34 44 7 27 37 34 28 34


United States Crime Statistics
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