North Dakota Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


North Dakota Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 632,446 5,635 90 5,545 3 14 40 33 1,252 3,863 430
1961 640,000 5,717 160 5,557 6 33 68 53 1,286 3,822 449
1962 642,000 6,127 128 5,999 8 27 40 53 1,217 4,246 536
1963 634,000 6,590 182 6,408 13 22 61 86 1,207 4,590 611
1964 645,000 7,046 229 6,817 6 45 56 122 1,546 4,687 584
1965 652,000 6,952 223 6,729 6 33 30 154 1,348 4,880 501
1966 650,000 7,846 231 7,615 12 28 40 151 1,439 5,609 567
1967 639,000 8,942 185 8,757 1 30 37 117 1,541 6,690 526
1968 625,000 8,782 173 8,609 7 29 36 101 1,494 6,611 504
1969 615,000 9,138 220 8,918 1 25 44 150 1,533 6,800 585
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1970 617,761 10,542 211 10,331 3 38 40 130 1,769 8,000 562
1971 625,000 12,815 238 12,577 8 26 47 157 2,124 9,911 542
1972 632,000 12,563 290 12,273 8 31 56 195 2,257 9,443 573
1973 640,000 13,302 389 12,913 5 47 47 290 2,454 9,618 841
1974 637,000 13,760 319 13,441 9 50 82 178 2,758 9,840 843
1975 635,000 14,841 337 14,504 5 37 91 204 3,424 10,251 829
1976 643,000 16,167 462 15,705 9 36 104 313 3,077 11,603 1,025
1977 653,000 16,331 438 15,893 6 59 87 286 2,913 12,035 945
1978 652,000 15,683 437 15,246 8 58 102 269 2,758 11,522 966
1979 657,000 18,106 403 17,703 10 54 65 274 3,029 13,607 1,067
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1980 652,437 19,336 352 18,984 8 62 50 232 3,186 14,629 1,169
1981 658,000 19,681 444 19,237 15 57 85 287 3,294 14,859 1,084
1982 670,000 17,742 414 17,328 5 66 85 258 3,074 13,314 940
1983 680,000 18,193 365 17,828 14 85 53 213 2,967 13,983 878
1984 686,000 17,722 368 17,354 8 90 53 217 2,738 13,856 760
1985 685,000 18,354 322 18,032 7 50 44 221 2,925 14,297 810
1986 679,000 17,691 348 17,343 7 79 47 215 2,615 13,914 814
1987 672,000 19,038 382 18,656 10 63 51 258 3,060 14,768 828
1988 663,000 18,087 392 17,695 12 74 54 252 2,902 14,007 786
1989 660,000 16,902 417 16,485 4 78 61 274 2,369 13,370 746
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1990 638,800 18,668 472 18,196 5 114 50 303 2,725 14,621 850
1991 635,000 17,741 415 17,326 7 116 51 241 2,367 14,154 805
1992 636,000 18,465 530 17,935 12 148 50 320 2,487 14,498 950
1993 635,000 17,909 522 17,387 11 149 53 309 2,370 14,073 944
1994 638,000 17,455 522 16,933 1 149 71 301 2,070 13,899 964
1995 641,000 18,373 556 17,817 6 146 64 340 2,248 14,421 1,148
1996  644,000  17,189  541  16,648  14  155  71  301  1,991  13,433  1,224 
1997  641,000  17,380  559  16,821  159  41  353  2,300  13,367  1,154 
1998  638,000  17,105  570  16,535  212  65  286  2,274  13,134  1,127 
1999  633,666  15,172  424  14,748  10 142  56  216  2,337  11,375  1,036 
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
2000  642,200  14,694  523  14,171  4 169  56  294  2,093  11,092  986 
2001  636,550  15,339  505  14,834  7 164  60  274  2,165 11,583  1,086 
2002  633,911  15,258  496 14,762  163  58  270  2,243  11,501  1,018 
2003  633,400  13,872  508  13,364  160  53  286  1,959  10,327  1,078 
2004  636,308  13,051  558  12,493  8 177 43  330  2,040  9,516  937 
2005  634,605  13,544  706  12,848  12 180  54  460  2,043  9,732  1,073 
2006  635,867  13,522  813  12,719  8 193  72  540  2,393  9,314  1,012 
2007  639,715  12,999  911  12,088  12 207  70  622  2,164  9,010  914 
2008  641,421  14,150  1,216  12,934  5 286  73  852  2,304 9,728  902 
2009 646,844  14,536 1,723  12,813 12  296  107  1,308  2,426 9,474  913 
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
2010 674,629 13,558 1,548 12,010 10 245 90 1,203 2,000 9,137 873
2011 684,740 15,033 1,699 13,334 24 266 91 1,318 2,458 9,891 985
2012 699,628 15,775 1,712 14,063 28 272 131 1,281 2,377 10,535 1,151
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North Dakota Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 632,446 891.0 14.2 876.8 0.5 2.2 6.3 5.2 198.0 610.8 68.0
1961 640,000 893.3 25.0 868.3 0.9 5.2 10.6 8.3 200.9 597.2 70.2
1962 642,000 954.4 19.9 934.4 1.2 4.2 6.2 8.3 189.6 661.4 83.5
1963 634,000 1,039.4 28.7 1,010.7 2.1 3.5 9.6 13.6 190.4 724.0 96.4
1964 645,000 1,092.4 35.5 1,056.9 0.9 7.0 8.7 18.9 239.7 726.7 90.5
1965 652,000 1,066.3 34.2 1,032.1 0.9 5.1 4.6 23.6 206.7 748.5 76.8
1966 650,000 1,207.1 35.5 1,171.5 1.8 4.3 6.2 23.2 221.4 862.9 87.2
1967 639,000 1,399.4 29.0 1,370.4 0.2 4.7 5.8 18.3 241.2 1,046.9 82.3
1968 625,000 1,405.1 27.7 1,377.4 1.1 4.6 5.8 16.2 239.0 1,057.8 80.6
1969 615,000 1,485.9 35.8 1,450.1 0.2 4.1 7.2 24.4 249.3 1,105.7 95.1
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1970 617,761 1,706.5 34.2 1,672.3 0.5 6.2 6.5 21.0 286.4 1,295.0 91.0
1971 625,000 2,050.4 38.1 2,012.3 1.3 4.2 7.5 25.1 339.8 1,585.8 86.7
1972 632,000 1,987.8 45.9 1,941.9 1.3 4.9 8.9 30.9 357.1 1,494.1 90.7
1973 640,000 2,078.4 60.8 2,017.7 0.8 7.3 7.3 45.3 383.4 1,502.8 131.4
1974 637,000 2,160.1 50.1 2,110.0 1.4 7.8 12.9 27.9 433.0 1,544.7 132.3
1975 635,000 2,337.2 53.1 2,284.1 0.8 5.8 14.3 32.1 539.2 1,614.3 130.6
1976 643,000 2,514.3 71.9 2,442.5 1.4 5.6 16.2 48.7 478.5 1,804.5 159.4
1977 653,000 2,500.9 67.1 2,433.8 0.9 9.0 13.3 43.8 446.1 1,843.0 144.7
1978 652,000 2,405.4 67.0 2,338.3 1.2 8.9 15.6 41.3 423.0 1,767.2 148.2
1979 657,000 2,755.9 61.3 2,694.5 1.5 8.2 9.9 41.7 461.0 2,071.1 162.4
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1980 652,437 2,963.7 54.0 2,909.7 1.2 9.5 7.7 35.6 488.3 2,242.2 179.2
1981 658,000 2,991.0 67.5 2,923.6 2.3 8.7 12.9 43.6 500.6 2,258.2 164.7
1982 670,000 2,648.1 61.8 2,586.3 0.7 9.9 12.7 38.5 458.8 1,987.2 140.3
1983 680,000 2,675.4 53.7 2,621.8 2.1 12.5 7.8 31.3 436.3 2,056.3 129.1
1984 686,000 2,583.4 53.6 2,529.7 1.2 13.1 7.7 31.6 399.1 2,019.8 110.8
1985 685,000 2,679.4 47.0 2,632.4 1.0 7.3 6.4 32.3 427.0 2,087.2 118.2
1986 679,000 2,605.4 51.3 2,554.2 1.0 11.6 6.9 31.7 385.1 2,049.2 119.9
1987 672,000 2,833.0 56.8 2,776.2 1.5 9.4 7.6 38.4 455.4 2,197.6 123.2
1988 663,000 2,728.1 59.1 2,668.9 1.8 11.2 8.1 38.0 437.7 2,112.7 118.6
1989 660,000 2,560.9 63.2 2,497.7 0.6 11.8 9.2 41.5 358.9 2,025.8 113.0
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1990 638,800 2,922.4 73.9 2,848.5 0.8 17.8 7.8 47.4 426.6 2,288.8 133.1
1991 635,000 2,793.9 65.4 2,728.5 1.1 18.3 8.0 38.0 372.8 2,229.0 126.8
1992 636,000 2,903.3 83.3 2,820.0 1.9 23.3 7.9 50.3 391.0 2,279.6 149.4
1993 635,000 2,820.3 82.2 2,738.1 1.7 23.5 8.3 48.7 373.2 2,216.2 148.7
1994 638,000 2,735.9 81.8 2,654.1 0.2 23.4 11.1 47.2 324.5 2,178.5 151.1
1995 641,000 2,866.3 86.7 2,779.6 0.9 22.8 10.0 53.0 350.7 2,249.8 179.1
1996  644,000  2,669.1  84.0  2,585.1  2.2  24.1  11.0  46.7  309.2  2,085.9  190.1 
1997  641,000  2,711.4  87.2  2,624.2  0.9  24.8  6.4  55.1  358.8  2,085.3  180.0 
1998  638,000  2,681.0  89.3  2,591.7  1.1  33.2  10.2  44.8  356.4  2,058.6  176.6 
1999  633,666  2,394.3 66.9  2,327.4  1.6 22.4  8.8  34.1  368.8  1,795.1  163.5 
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
2000  642,200  2,288.1  81.4  2,206.6  0.6 26.3  8.7  45.8  325.9  1,727.2  153.5
2001  636,550  2,409.7 79.3  2,330.4  1.1  25.8  9.4  43.0  340.1  1,819.7  170.6 
2002  633,911  2,406.9  78.2  2,328.7  0.8  25.7  9.1  42.6  353.8  1,814.3  160.6
2003  633,400  2,190.1  80.2  2,109.9  1.4  25.3  8.4  45.2  309.3  1,630.4  170.2 
2004 636,308  2,051.1 87.7 1,963.4  1.3 27.8  6.8  51.9  320.6  1,495.5  147.3 
2005  634,605  2,135.9  111.3  2,024.6  1.9 28.4 8.5  72.5  321.9  1,533.6  169.1
2006  635,867  2,128.2  127.9  2,000.3 1.3 30.4  11.3 84.9  376.3 1,464.8  159.2
2007  639,715   2,031.0 142.4  1,889.6 1.9 32.4  10.9 97.2  338.3 1,408.4  142.9
2008  641,421   2,206.1 189.6  2,016.5 0.8 44.6  11.4 132.8  359.2 1,516.6  140.6
2009  646,844   2,247.2 266.4  1,980.8 1.9 45.8  16.5 202.2  375.1 1,464.6  141.1
Forcible Aggravated Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
2010 674,629 2,009.7 229.5 1,780.2 1.5 36.3 13.3 178.3 296.5 1,354.4 127.7
2011 684,740 2,195.4 248.1 1,947.3 3.5 38.8 13.3 192.5 359.0 1,444.5 143.9
2012 699,628 2,254.8 244.7 2,010.1 4.0 38.9 18.7 183.1 339.8 1,505.8 164.5
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 
North Dakota 2008 48 50 48 50 51 15 51 48 49 50 44
North Dakota  2007  48 49 48 50 44 26 51 48 48 50 47
North Dakota  2006  48 49 50 49 49 29 51 49 47 49 46
North Dakota  2005  48 50 51 49 47 35 51 50 50 48 46


United States Crime Statistics
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