Oklahoma Crime Rates 1960 - 2012

Oklahoma Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Oklahoma 
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  2,328,284  46,923  2,258  44,665  174  299  929  856  12,834  27,270  4,561 
1961  2,360,000  46,029  2,437  43,592  119  286  817  1,215  12,586  26,513  4,493 
1962  2,448,000  48,437  2,478  45,959  126  182  973  1,197  12,563  28,501  4,895 
1963  2,487,000  48,816  2,808  46,008  129  200  997  1,482  13,331  27,904  4,773 
1964  2,465,000  53,352  3,609  49,743  110  269  1,055  2,175  14,793  30,000  4,950 
1965  2,482,000  50,134  3,339  46,795  110  275  957  1,997  13,784  28,227  4,784 
1966  2,458,000  53,909  3,552  50,357  135  336  1,015  2,066  15,036  30,485  4,836 
1967  2,495,000  57,748  3,703  54,045  166  343  976  2,218  15,632  33,655  4,758 
1968  2,518,000  66,005  4,473  61,532  162  383  1,241  2,687  18,290  37,823  5,419 
1969  2,568,000  67,218  4,775  62,443  148  366  1,268  2,993  18,595  37,563  6,285 
1970  2,559,253  76,198  5,194  71,004 151  400  1,400  3,243  21,381  42,474  7,149 
1971  2,610,000  81,549  6,719  74,830  170  432  1,575  4,542  24,289  43,174  7,367 
1972  2,634,000  81,802  6,289  75,513  184  501  1,702  3,902  26,156  42,288  7,069 
1973  2,663,000  92,311  6,556  85,755  177  532  1,816  4,031  30,995  46,475  8,285 
1974  2,709,000  110,960  7,588  103,372  220  676  2,263  4,429  39,421  54,152  9,799 
1975  2,712,000  124,158  8,225  115,933  256  737  2,445  4,787  42,086  64,409  9,438 
1976  2,766,000  123,941  7,926  116,015  178  747  1,944  5,057  36,441  71,098  8,476 
1977  2,811,000  116,927  8,899  108,028  241  821  2,075  5,762  36,211  62,632  9,185 
1978  2,880,000  118,939  10,165  108,774  244  893  2,542  6,486  37,433  61,222  10,119 
1979  2,892,000  136,012  11,719  124,293  281  953  2,966  7,519  42,646  69,292  12,355 
1980  3,001,252  151,650  12,589  139,061  299  1,088  3,147  8,055  50,802  75,649  12,610 
1981  3,098,000  149,860  13,223  136,637  279  1,091  3,574  8,279  49,220  74,460  12,957 
1982  3,177,000  165,917  14,103  151,814  344  1,180  4,218  8,361  50,956  85,326  15,532 
1983  3,298,000  162,563  13,964  148,599  249  1,247  4,245  8,223  49,782  84,085  14,732 
1984  3,298,000  161,355  13,438  147,917  258  1,315  3,668  8,197  47,979  84,844  15,094 
1985  3,301,000  179,080  13,930  165,150  254  1,252  3,526  8,898  53,216  93,233  18,701 
1986  3,305,000  198,765  14,423  184,342  269  1,202  3,521  9,431  59,054  103,832  21,456 
1987  3,272,000  197,159  13,664  183,495  244  1,173  3,583  8,664  58,333  105,369  19,793 
1988  3,263,000  182,373  14,179  168,194  243  1,229  3,428  9,279  53,624  96,418  18,152 
1989  3,224,000  177,405  15,847  161,558  210  1,209  4,070  10,358  50,411  92,270  18,877 
1990  3,145,585  176,111  17,222  158,889  253  1,479  3,836  11,654  45,531  94,432  18,926 
1991  3,175,000  179,982  18,533  161,449  230  1,615  4,094  12,594  46,934  96,842  17,673 
1992  3,212,000  174,464  20,005  154,459  210  1,556  4,376  13,863  43,678  94,180  16,601 
1993  3,231,000  171,058  20,512  150,546  273  1,592  3,935  14,712  39,903  95,111  15,532 
1994  3,258,000  181,475  21,225  160,250  226  1,616  4,174  15,209  40,764  104,025  15,461 
*1995  3,278,000  183,463  21,770  161,693  400  1,461  3,788  16,121  41,694  103,727  16,272 
1996  3,301,000  186,602  19,710  166,892  223  1,545  3,519  14,423  41,447  109,506  15,939 
1997  3,317,000  182,258  18,560  163,698  229  1,517  3,446  13,368  40,015  109,039  14,644 
1998  3,347,000  167,479  18,053  149,426  204  1,513  3,078  13,258  38,268  97,593  13,565 
1999  3,358,044  157,286  17,066  140,220  231  1,375  2,785  12,675 34,472  93,616  12,132 
2000  3,450,654  157,302  17,177  140,125  182  1,422  2,615  12,958  31,661  96,116  12,348 
2001  3,469,577  159,405  17,726  141,679  185  1,486  2,746 13,309  34,573  94,537  12,569 
2002  3,489,700  165,715 17,587  148,128  163  1,573  2,966  12,885  35,171  100,185  12,772 
2003 3,506,469  168,966  17,758  151,208  206 1,501  3,224  12,827  34,846  103,404  12,958
2004  3,523,546  167,107  17,635  149,472  186  1,557  3,090  12,802 35,244  101,271  12,957 
2005  3,543,442  161,450  18,044  143,406  187  1,481  3,230  13,146  35,692  93,814  13,900 
2006  3,579,212  146,805  17,803  129,002  207  1,488  3,133  12,975  34,377 81,267  13,358 
2007  3,617,316  145,634  18,072  127,562  222  1,559  3,373  12,918  34,121 79,982 13,459 
2008  3,644,025  145,144  19,241  125,903  212  1,465  3,681  13,883  35,141 79,833 10,929 
2009  3,687,050  150,910  18,560  132,350  234  1,535  3,358  13,433  38,071 83,813 10,466 
2010 3,760,184 147,564 18,100 129,464 195 1,469 3,345 13,091 37,848 81,303 10,313
2011 3,784,163 144,929 17,311 127,618 212 1,410 3,288 12,401 36,462 80,064 11,092
2012 3,814,820 147,645 17,902 129,743 216 1,588 3,231 12,867 35,731 82,448 11,564
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Oklahoma Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  2,328,284  2,015.3  97.0  1,918.4  7.5  12.8  39.9  36.8  551.2  1,171.2  195.9 
1961  2,360,000  1,950.4  103.3  1,847.1  5.0  12.1  34.6  51.5  533.3  1,123.4  190.4 
1962  2,448,000  1,978.6  101.2  1,877.4  5.1  7.4  39.7  48.9  513.2  1,164.3  200.0 
1963  2,487,000  1,962.8  112.9  1,849.9  5.2  8.0  40.1  59.6  536.0  1,122.0  191.9 
1964  2,465,000  2,164.4  146.4  2,018.0  4.5  10.9  42.8  88.2  600.1  1,217.0  200.8 
1965  2,482,000  2,019.9  134.5  1,885.4  4.4  11.1  38.6  80.5  555.4  1,137.3  192.7 
1966  2,458,000  2,193.2  144.5  2,048.7  5.5  13.7  41.3  84.1  611.7  1,240.2  196.7 
1967  2,495,000  2,314.5  148.4  2,166.1  6.7  13.7  39.1  88.9  626.5  1,348.9  190.7 
1968  2,518,000  2,621.3  177.6  2,443.7  6.4  15.2  49.3  106.7  726.4  1,502.1  215.2 
1969  2,568,000  2,617.5  185.9  2,431.6  5.8  14.3  49.4  116.5  724.1  1,462.7  244.7 
1970  2,559,253  2,977.4  202.9  2,774.4  5.9  15.6  54.7  126.7  835.4  1,659.6  279.3 
1971  2,610,000  3,124.5  257.4  2,867.0  6.5  16.6  60.3  174.0  930.6  1,654.2  282.3 
1972  2,634,000  3,105.6  238.8  2,866.9  7.0  19.0  64.6  148.1  993.0  1,605.5  268.4 
1973  2,663,000  3,466.4  246.2  3,220.2  6.6  20.0  68.2  151.4  1,163.9  1,745.2  311.1 
1974  2,709,000  4,096.0  280.1  3,815.9  8.1  25.0  83.5  163.5  1,455.2  1,999.0  361.7 
1975  2,712,000  4,578.1  303.3  4,274.8  9.4  27.2  90.2  176.5  1,551.8  2,375.0  348.0 
1976  2,766,000  4,480.9  286.6  4,194.3  6.4  27.0  70.3  182.8  1,317.5  2,570.4  306.4 
1977  2,811,000  4,159.6  316.6  3,843.0  8.6  29.2  73.8  205.0  1,288.2  2,228.1  326.8 
1978  2,880,000  4,129.8  353.0  3,776.9  8.5  31.0  88.3  225.2  1,299.8  2,125.8  351.4 
1979  2,892,000  4,703.0  405.2  4,297.8  9.7  33.0  102.6  260.0  1,474.6  2,396.0  427.2 
1980  3,001,252  5,052.9  419.5  4,633.4  10.0  36.3  104.9  268.4  1,692.7  2,520.6  420.2 
1981  3,098,000  4,837.3  426.8  4,410.5  9.0  35.2  115.4  267.2  1,588.8  2,403.5  418.2 
1982  3,177,000  5,222.4  443.9  4,778.5  10.8  37.1  132.8  263.2  1,603.9  2,685.7  488.9 
1983  3,298,000  4,929.1  423.4  4,505.7  7.6  37.8  128.7  249.3  1,509.5  2,549.6  446.7 
1984  3,298,000  4,892.5  407.5  4,485.1  7.8  39.9  111.2  248.5  1,454.8  2,572.6  457.7 
1985  3,301,000  5,425.0  422.0  5,003.0  7.7  37.9  106.8  269.6  1,612.1  2,824.4  566.5 
1986  3,305,000  6,014.1  436.4  5,577.7  8.1  36.4  106.5  285.4  1,786.8  3,141.7  649.2 
1987  3,272,000  6,025.6  417.6  5,608.0  7.5  35.8  109.5  264.8  1,782.8  3,220.3  604.9 
1988  3,263,000  5,589.1  434.5  5,154.6  7.4  37.7  105.1  284.4  1,643.4  2,954.9  556.3 
1989  3,224,000  5,502.6  491.5  5,011.1  6.5  37.5 126.2  321.3  1,563.6  2,862.0  585.5 
1990  3,145,585  5,598.7  547.5  5,051.2  8.0  47.0  121.9  370.5  1,447.5  3,002.0  601.7 
1991  3,175,000  5,668.7  583.7  5,085.0  7.2  50.9  128.9  396.7  1,478.2  3,050.1  556.6 
1992  3,212,000  5,431.6  622.8  4,808.8  6.5  48.4  136.2  431.6  1,359.8  2,932.1  516.8 
1993  3,231,000  5,294.3  634.8  4,659.4  8.4  49.3  121.8  455.3  1,235.0  2,943.7  480.7 
1994  3,258,000  5,570.1  651.5  4,918.7  6.9  49.6  128.1  466.8  1,251.2  3,192.9  474.6 
*1995  3,278,000  5,596.8  664.1  4,932.7  12.2  44.6  115.6  491.8  1,271.9  3,164.3  496.4 
1996  3,301,000  5,652.9  597.1  5,055.8  6.8  46.8  106.6  436.9  1,255.6  3,317.4  482.9 
1997  3,317,000  5,494.7  559.5  4,935.1  6.9  45.7  103.9  403.0  1,206.4  3,287.3  441.5 
1998  3,347,000  5,003.9  539.4  4,464.5  6.1  45.2  92.0  396.1  1,143.4  2,915.8  405.3 
1999  3,358,044  4,683.9 508.2  4,175.6  6.9  40.9 82.9  377.5  1,026.5  2,787.8 361.3 
2000  3,450,654  4,558.6  497.8 4,060.8 5.3  41.2  75.8  375.5   917.5 2,785.4  357.8 
2001  3,469,577  4,594.4  510.9  4,083.5  5.3  42.8  79.1  383.6    996.5  2,724.7  362.3 
2002  3,489,700  4,748.7  504.0  4,244.7  4.7  45.1  85.0 369.2  1,007.9 2,870.9  366.0 
2003  3,506,469  4,818.7  506.4  4,312.3  5.9  42.8  91.9  365.8    993.8  2,948.9  369.5 
2004  3,523,546  4,742.6 500.5  4,242.1  5.3  44.2 87.7  363.3  1,000.2  2,874.1 367.7 
2005  3,543,442  4,551.2  509.2 4,047.1 5.3  41.8  91.2  371.0 1,007.3 2,647.5  392.3 
2006  3,579,212   4,101.6  497.4 3,604.2 5.8 41.6  87.5  362.5    960.5 2,270.5  373.2 
2007  3,617,316    4,025.0  499.6 3,526.4. 6.1 43.1  93.2  357.1    943.3 2,211.1  372.1 
2008  3,644,025    3,983.1  528.0 3,455.1. 5.8 40.2  101.0  381.0    964.3 2,190.8  299.9 
2009  3,687,050    4,093.0  503.4 3,589.6 6.3 41.6 91.1 364.3 1,032.6 2,273.2  283.9 
2010 3,760,184 3,924.4 481.4 3,443.0 5.2 39.1 89.0 348.1 1,006.5 2,162.2 274.3
2011 3,784,163 3,829.9 457.5 3,372.4 5.6 37.3 86.9 327.7 963.5 2,115.8 293.1
2012 3,814,820 3,870.3 469.3 3,401.0 5.7 41.6 84.7 337.3 936.6 2,161.3 303.1
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 
Oklahoma 2008 28 18 11 19 17 10 27 10 10 24 19
Oklahoma  2007  28 21 17 18 19 7 32 12 13 28 16
Oklahoma  2006  28 20 18 21 21 11 34 13 9 26 19
Oklahoma  2005  28 14 18 14 22 12 30 11 5 16 18


United States Crime Statistics
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