Montana Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


Montana Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 674,767 13,850 453 13,397 26 48 186 193 2,675 9,079 1,643
1961 682,000 13,784 457 13,327 17 48 173 219 2,857 8,947 1,523
1962 709,000 14,065 390 13,675 15 52 141 182 2,941 9,143 1,591
1963 707,000 15,249 414 14,835 14 59 146 195 3,380 9,722 1,733
1964 705,000 14,827 564 14,263 19 53 110 382 3,328 9,519 1,416
1965 706,000 15,181 514 14,667 12 55 112 335 3,197 10,072 1,398
1966 702,000 16,539 507 16,032 20 63 125 299 3,482 10,917 1,633
1967 701,000 17,224 588 16,636 17 72 150 349 3,661 11,463 1,512
1968 693,000 17,616 610 17,006 23 50 126 411 3,935 11,696 1,375
1969 694,000 18,666 682 17,984 25 77 154 426 3,899 12,587 1,498
1970 694,409 20,019 774 19,245 22 73 155 524 4,123 13,582 1,540
1971 708,000 22,542 971 21,571 31 100 203 637 4,637 15,362 1,572
1972 719,000 23,046 1,079 21,967 18 78 239 744 5,092 15,099 1,776
1973 721,000 24,480 1,207 23,273 43 118 262 784 5,448 16,163 1,662
1974 735,000 30,016 1,194 28,822 31 90 262 811 6,526 20,216 2,080
1975 748,000 31,333 1,418 29,915 39 107 310 962 6,546 21,055 2,314
1976 753,000 32,092 1,358 30,734 38 102 268 950 6,333 22,083 2,318
1977 761,000 31,241 1,659 29,582 41 127 298 1,193 6,125 21,104 2,353
1978 785,000 30,739 1,865 28,874 38 124 289 1,414 6,170 20,293 2,411
1979 786,000 35,060 1,762 33,298 33 162 260 1,307 6,314 24,537 2,447
1980 781,592 39,271 1,740 37,531 31 164 266 1,279 7,430 27,587 2,514
1981 792,000 39,750 2,004 37,746 27 175 302 1,500 7,651 27,874 2,221
1982 801,000 34,709 1,801 32,908 31 119 265 1,386 6,759 24,079 2,070
1983 817,000 37,945 1,737 36,208 30 162 192 1,353 7,420 26,918 1,870
1984 824,000 38,338 1,958 36,380 36 170 226 1,526 7,070 27,080 2,230
1985 826,000 37,577 1,722 35,855 48 159 173 1,342 6,835 26,746 2,274
1986 819,000 36,682 1,289 35,393 24 142 160 963 6,491 27,142 1,760
1987 809,000 37,209 1,223 35,986 33 160 196 834 6,521 27,541 1,924
1988 804,000 34,307 989 33,318 21 135 182 651 5,657 25,921 1,740
1989 806,000 32,220 935 31,285 23 145 137 630 5,575 23,892 1,818
1990 799,065 35,975 1,273 34,702 39 195 173 866 5,666 27,098 1,938
1991 808,000 29,477 1,130 28,347 21 160 150 799 4,231 22,449 1,667
1992 824,000 37,872 1,400 36,472 24 210 222 944 5,306 29,243 1,923
1993 839,000 40,188 1,489 38,699 25 234 272 958 5,992 30,641 2,066
*1994 856,000 42,961 1,516 41,445 28 233 280 975 6,178 32,817 2,450
*1995 870,000 41,737 1,491 40,246 35 231 253 972 5,060 32,797 2,389
*1996  879,000  39,499  1,415  38,084  34  238  261  882  4,908  30,928  2,248 
*1997  879,000  38,753  1,161  37,592  42  171  179  769  5,002  30,411  2,179 
1998  880,000  35,822  1,221  34,601  36  157  175  853  4,501  28,086  2,014 
*1999  882,779  31,193  2,090  29,103  22  293  239 1,536 3,876 23,353  1,874 
*2000  902,195  31,878  2,171  29,707  16  301  249 1,605 3,946  23,805 1,956
2001  905,382  33,362  3,187 30,175  34  188 230  2,735  3,670  24,684 1,821 
2002  910,372  31,948  3,197  28,751  16  237  283  2,661  3,289  23,679  1,783
2003  918,157  31,779  3,351  28,428  30  246  298  2,777  3,722  22,800  1,906 
2004  926,920  29,938  2,723  27,215  30  273  233 2,187 3,515 22,082  1,618 
2005 934,737  32,041  2,634  29,407  18  301  177 2,138 3,642  23,794 1,917
2006 944,632  27,784  2,397  25,387  17  269  164 1,914 2,935  20,704 1,748
2007 957,861  28,243  2,754  26,489  14  290  191 2,259 3,027  21,707 1,755
2008 968,035  29,241  2,918  26,323  33  346  203 2,336 3, 654 20,898 1,771
2009 974,989  27,624  2,798  24,826  32  357  228 2,181 3,686 19,528 1,612
2010 990,958 28,142 2,733 25,409 25 332 154 2,222 3,692 20,166 1,551
2011 997,677 26,640 2,755 23,885 29 366 171 2,189 3,347 19,089 1,449
2012 1,005,141 28,706 2,736 25,970 27 379 191 2,139 3,894 20,387 1,689
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Montana Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 674,767 2,052.6 67.1 1,985.4 3.9 7.1 27.6 28.6 396.4 1,345.5 243.5
1961 682,000 2,021.1 67.0 1,954.1 2.5 7.0 25.4 32.1 418.9 1,311.9 223.3
1962 709,000 1,983.8 55.0 1,928.8 2.1 7.3 19.9 25.7 414.8 1,289.6 224.4
1963 707,000 2,156.9 58.6 2,098.3 2.0 8.3 20.7 27.6 478.1 1,375.1 245.1
1964 705,000 2,103.1 80.0 2,023.1 2.7 7.5 15.6 54.2 472.1 1,350.2 200.9
1965 706,000 2,150.3 72.8 2,077.5 1.7 7.8 15.9 47.5 452.8 1,426.6 198.0
1966 702,000 2,356.0 72.2 2,283.8 2.8 9.0 17.8 42.6 496.0 1,555.1 232.6
1967 701,000 2,457.1 83.9 2,373.2 2.4 10.3 21.4 49.8 522.3 1,635.2 215.7
1968 693,000 2,542.0 88.0 2,454.0 3.3 7.2 18.2 59.3 567.8 1,687.7 198.4
1969 694,000 2,689.6 98.3 2,591.4 3.6 11.1 22.2 61.4 561.8 1,813.7 215.9
1970 694,409 2,882.9 111.5 2,771.4 3.2 10.5 22.3 75.5 593.7 1,955.9 221.8
1971 708,000 3,183.9 137.1 3,046.8 4.4 14.1 28.7 90.0 654.9 2,169.8 222.0
1972 719,000 3,205.3 150.1 3,055.2 2.5 10.8 33.2 103.5 708.2 2,100.0 247.0
1973 721,000 3,395.3 167.4 3,227.9 6.0 16.4 36.3 108.7 755.6 2,241.7 230.5
1974 735,000 4,083.8 162.4 3,921.4 4.2 12.2 35.6 110.3 887.9 2,750.5 283.0
1975 748,000 4,188.9 189.6 3,999.3 5.2 14.3 41.4 128.6 875.1 2,814.8 309.4
1976 753,000 4,261.9 180.3 4,081.5 5.0 13.5 35.6 126.2 841.0 2,932.7 307.8
1977 761,000 4,105.3 218.0 3,887.3 5.4 16.7 39.2 156.8 804.9 2,773.2 309.2
1978 785,000 3,915.8 237.6 3,678.2 4.8 15.8 36.8 180.1 786.0 2,585.1 307.1
1979 786,000 4,460.6 224.2 4,236.4 4.2 20.6 33.1 166.3 803.3 3,121.8 311.3
1980 781,592 5,024.5 222.6 4,801.9 4.0 21.0 34.0 163.6 950.6 3,529.6 321.7
1981 792,000 5,018.9 253.0 4,765.9 3.4 22.1 38.1 189.4 966.0 3,519.4 280.4
1982 801,000 4,333.2 224.8 4,108.4 3.9 14.9 33.1 173.0 843.8 3,006.1 258.4
1983 817,000 4,644.4 212.6 4,431.8 3.7 19.8 23.5 165.6 908.2 3,294.7 228.9
1984 824,000 4,652.7 237.6 4,415.0 4.4 20.6 27.4 185.2 858.0 3,286.4 270.6
1985 826,000 4,549.3 208.5 4,340.8 5.8 19.2 20.9 162.5 827.5 3,238.0 275.3
1986 819,000 4,478.9 157.4 4,321.5 2.9 17.3 19.5 117.6 792.6 3,314.0 214.9
1987 809,000 4,599.4 151.2 4,448.2 4.1 19.8 24.2 103.1 806.1 3,404.3 237.8
1988 804,000 4,267.0 123.0 4,144.0 2.6 16.8 22.6 81.0 703.6 3,224.0 216.4
1989 806,000 3,997.5 116.0 3,881.5 2.9 18.0 17.0 78.2 691.7 2,964.3 225.6
1990 799,065 4,502.1 159.3 4,342.8 4.9 24.4 21.7 108.4 709.1 3,391.2 242.5
1991 808,000 3,648.1 139.9 3,508.3 2.6 19.8 18.6 98.9 523.6 2,778.3 206.3
1992 824,000 4,596.1 169.9 4,426.2 2.9 25.5 26.9 114.6 643.9 3,548.9 233.4
1993 839,000 4,790.0 177.5 4,612.5 3.0 27.9 32.4 114.2 714.2 3,652.1 246.2
*1994 856,000 5,018.8 177.1 4,841.7 3.3 27.2 32.7 113.9 721.7 3,833.8 286.2
*1995 870,000 4,797.4 171.4 4,626.0 4.0 26.6 29.1 111.7 581.6 3,769.8 274.6
*1996  879,000  4,493.6  161.0  4,332.7  3.9  27.1  29.7  100.3  558.4  3,518.5  255.7 
*1997  879,000  4,408.8  132.1  4,276.7  4.8  19.5  20.4  87.5  569.1  3,459.7  247.9 
1998  880,000  4,070.7  138.8  3,931.9  4.1 17.8  19.9  96.9 511.5  3,191.6  228.9 
*1999  882,779  3,533.5  236.8  3,296.7 2.5 33.2  27.1  174.0 439.1 2,645.4  212.3 
*2000  902,195  3,533.4  240.6  3,292.7  1.8  33.4 27.6 177.9 437.4  2,638.6  216.8 
2001  905,382  3,684.9  352.0  3,332.8  3.8  20.8  25.4  302.1  405.4  2,726.4 201.1 
2002  910,372  3,509.4 351.2  3,158.2  1.8  26.0  31.1  292.3  361.3  2,601.0 195.9 
2003 918,157  3,461.2  365.0  3,096.2  3.3 26.8  32.5  302.5 405.4  2,483.2  207.6 
2004  926,920  3,229.9  293.8  2,936.1 3.2 29.5  25.1  235.9 379.2 2,382.3  174.6 
2005  934,737  3,323.7  281.8  3,142.9  1.9  32.2 18.9 228.5 389.6  2,545.5  210.9 
2006  944,632  3,396.6  253.7  3,142.9  1.8  28.5 17.4 206.1 310.7  2,191.8  185.0 
2007  957,861  3,052.9  287.5  2,765.4  1.5  30.3 19.9 235.8 316.0  2,266.2  183.2 
2008  968,035 3,020.6  301.4  2,719.2  3.4  35.7 21.0 241.3 377.5  2,158.8  182.9 
2009  974,989 2,833.3  287.0  2,546.3  3.3  36.6 23.4 223.7 378.1  2,002.9  165.3 
2010 990,958 2,839.9 275.8 2,564.1 2.5 33.5 15.5 224.2 372.6 2,035.0 156.5
2011 997,677 2,670.2 276.1 2,394.1 2.9 36.7 17.1 219.4 335.5 1,913.4 145.2
2012 1,005,141 2,855.9 272.2 2,583.7 2.7 37.7 19.0 212.8 387.4 2,028.3 168.0
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 
Montana 2008 44 37 40 36 42 28 46 28 47 28 42
Montana  2007  44 35 38 35 49 29 46 24 50 23 41
Montana  2006  44 32 42 31 44 32 48 29 51 29 42
Montana  2005  44 34 36 30 46 27 46 27 47 22 40


United States Crime Statistics
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