Oregon Crime Rates 1960 - 2012

Oregon Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  1,768,687  34,970  1,232  33,738  43  166  563  460  7,175  24,252  2,311 
1961  1,799,000  36,000  1,242  34,758  48  138  626  430  7,276  24,983  2,499 
1962  1,864,000  38,364  1,461  36,903  54  174  714  519  8,268  25,871  2,764 
1963  1,826,000  40,362  1,393  38,969  55  161  554  623  8,823  27,023  3,123 
1964  1,871,000  47,438  2,009  45,429  34  225  703  1,047  10,727  30,812  3,890 
1965  1,899,000  52,376  2,290  50,086  65  226  873  1,126  12,079  34,161  3,846 
1966  1,955,000  58,400  2,470  55,930  53  247  895  1,275  13,394  37,840  4,696 
1967  1,999,000  69,268  3,147  66,121  61  248  1,317  1,521  17,140  43,515  5,466 
1968  2,008,000  74,978  3,955  71,023  64  346  1,536  2,009  18,978  46,612  5,433 
1969  2,032,000  85,543  4,527  81,016  81  371  1,760  2,315  22,853  51,692  6,471 
1970  2,091,385  98,048  5,373  92,675  97  377  2,144  2,755  26,632  59,082  6,961 
1971  2,158,000  106,601  6,335  100,266  70  478  2,383  3,404  28,933  63,543  7,790 
1972  2,182,000  110,156  6,494  103,662  119  574  2,390  3,411  32,049  63,178  8,435 
1973  2,225,000  117,860  6,512  111,348  110  653  2,211  3,538  35,772  66,494  9,082 
1974  2,266,000  143,772  8,326  135,446  127  732  2,964  4,503  41,766  83,060  10,620 
1975  2,288,000  154,491  10,034  144,457  142  745  2,982  6,165  43,738  90,053  10,666 
1976  2,329,000  148,097  10,654  137,443  97  829  3,091  6,637  39,587  88,661  9,195 
1977  2,376,000  142,256  10,830  131,426  117  948  2,948  6,817  38,880  83,306  9,240 
1978  2,444,000  148,483  12,278  136,205  123  1,008  3,204  7,943  39,523  87,033  9,649 
1979  2,527,000  161,045  13,781  147,264  107  1,121  3,299  9,254  40,682  96,823  9,759 
1980  2,610,477  174,561  12,802  161,759  132  1,084  3,978  7,608  45,641  106,712  9,406 
1981  2,647,000  186,267  12,671  173,596  117  1,105  4,780  6,669  52,067  112,518  9,011 
1982  2,649,000  173,973  12,529  161,444  136  1,057  4,433  6,903  47,410  106,061  7,973 
1983  2,662,000  166,398  12,986  153,412  109  1,078  4,533  7,266  46,472  98,880  8,060 
1984  2,674,000  166,956  13,533  153,423  128  1,201  4,508  7,696  48,755  96,742  7,926 
1985  2,687,000  180,830  14,807  166,023  125  1,363  4,986  8,333 50,690  105,725  9,608 
1986  2,698,000  191,037  14,830  176,207  178  1,379  5,555  7,718  53,062  112,312  10,833 
1987  2,724,000  189,835  14,697  175,138  153  1,247  5,338  7,959  48,562  113,907  12,669 
1988  2,741,000  193,479  14,959  178,520  139  1,111  5,289  8,420  48,355  113,872  16,293 
1989  2,820,000  173,744  14,625  159,119  134  1,314  4,282  8,895  40,197  103,690  15,232 
1990  2,842,321  160,478  14,405  146,073  108  1,332  4,102  8,863  32,273  100,765  13,035 
1991  2,922,000  168,165  14,795  153,370  133  1,561  4,387  8,714  34,363  105,145  13,862 
1992  2,977,000  173,289  15,189  158,100  139  1,580  4,507  8,963  32,945  109,274  15,881 
1993  3,032,000  174,812  15,254  159,558  140  1,554  3,930  9,630  31,072  110,878  17,608 
1994  3,086,000  194,307  16,067  178,240  150  1,333  4,264  10,320  33,970  122,506  21,764 
1995  3,141,000  206,173  16,408  189,765  129  1,309  4,332  10,638  34,640  133,075  22,050 
1996  3,204,000  192,132  14,837  177,295  129  1,272  3,914  9,522  31,664  128,618  17,013 
1997  3,243,000  203,328  14,412  188,916  95  1,306  3,811  9,200  33,507  136,129  19,280 
1998  3,282,000  185,323  13,778  171,545  126  1,307  3,452  8,893  30,442  123,841  17,262 
1999  3,316,154  165,866  12,432  153,434  88 1,219  2,858  8,267 26,749 113,052  13,633 
2000  3,421,399  165,780  12,000  153,780  70  1,286  2,888  7,756  25,618 114,230  13,932 
2001  3,473,441  175,174  10,650  164,524  84  1,174  2,749  6,643  26,648  123,034  14,842 
2002 3,520,355  171,443  10,298  161,145  73  1,238  2,742  6,246  25,696  118,925  16,524
2003  3,564,330  180,369  10,506  169,863  68  1,218  2,847  6,373  28,562  122,327  18,974 
2004 3,591,363  177,199  10,724  166,475  90 1,283  2,751  6,600 30,072 117,868  18,535 
2005  3,638,871 170,643  10,444  160,199  80  1,266  2,478  6,620  27,621 113,316  19,262 
2006  3,700,758 145,168  10,373  135,895  86  1,195  2,689  6,403  23,879 97,556  14,460 
2007  3,747,455 142,920  10,777  132,143  73  1,255  2,862  6,587  22,821 94,773  14,549 
2008  3,782,991 134,885  9,843  125,042  85 1,178  2,656 5,924  21,053 92,623  11,366 
2009  3,825,657 124,748  9,968  114,780  88  1,202 2,499  6,179  19,739 85,064  9,977
2010 3,838,332 126,305 9,648 116,657 96 1,239 2,421 5,892 20,035 87,494  9,128
2011 3,868,229 131,512 9,643 121,869 84 1,239 2,237 6,083 20,704 92,059  9,106
2012 3,899,353 135,376 9,653 125,723 92 1,140 2,413 6,008 21,901 93,619 10,203
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Oregon Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  1,768,687  1,977.2  69.7  1,907.5  2.4  9.4  31.8  26.0  405.7  1,371.2  130.7 
1961  1,799,000  2,001.1  69.0  1,932.1  2.7  7.7  34.8  23.9  404.4  1,388.7  138.9 
1962  1,864,000  2,058.2  78.4  1,979.8  2.9  9.3  38.3  27.8  443.6  1,387.9  148.3 
1963  1,826,000  2,210.4  76.3  2,134.1  3.0  8.8  30.3  34.1  483.2  1,479.9  171.0 
1964  1,871,000  2,535.4  107.4  2,428.1  1.8  12.0  37.6  56.0  573.3  1,646.8  207.9 
1965  1,899,000  2,758.1  120.6  2,637.5  3.4  11.9  46.0  59.3  636.1  1,798.9  202.5 
1966  1,955,000  2,987.2  126.3  2,860.9  2.7  12.6  45.8  65.2  685.1  1,935.5  240.2 
1967  1,999,000  3,465.1  157.4  3,307.7  3.1  12.4  65.9  76.1  857.4  2,176.8  273.4 
1968  2,008,000  3,734.0  197.0  3,537.0  3.2 17.2  76.5  100.0  945.1  2,321.3  270.6 
1969  2,032,000  4,209.8  222.8  3,987.0  4.0  18.3  86.6  113.9  1,124.7  2,543.9  318.5 
1970  2,091,385  4,688.2  256.9  4,431.3  4.6  18.0  102.5  131.7  1,273.4  2,825.0  332.8 
1971  2,158,000  4,939.8  293.6  4,646.2  3.2  22.2  110.4  157.7  1,340.7  2,944.5  361.0 
1972  2,182,000  5,048.4  297.6  4,750.8  5.5  26.3  109.5  156.3  1,468.8  2,895.4  386.6 
1973  2,225,000  5,297.1  292.7  5,004.4  4.9  29.3  99.4  159.0  1,607.7  2,988.5  408.2 
1974  2,266,000  6,344.7  367.4  5,977.3  5.6  32.3  130.8  198.7  1,843.2  3,665.5  468.7 
1975  2,288,000  6,752.2  438.5  6,313.7  6.2  32.6  130.3  269.4  1,911.6  3,935.9  466.2 
1976  2,329,000  6,358.8  457.4  5,901.4  4.2  35.6  132.7  285.0  1,699.7  3,806.8  394.8 
1977  2,376,000  5,987.2  455.8  5,531.4  4.9  39.9  124.1  286.9  1,636.4  3,506.1  388.9 
1978  2,444,000  6,075.4  502.4  5,573.0  5.0  41.2  131.1  325.0  1,617.1  3,561.1  394.8 
1979  2,527,000  6,373.0  545.4  5,827.6  4.2  44.4  130.6  366.2  1,609.9  3,831.5  386.2 
1980  2,610,477  6,686.9  490.4  6,196.5  5.1  41.5  152.4  291.4  1,748.4  4,087.8  360.3 
1981  2,647,000  7,036.9  478.7  6,558.2  4.4  41.7  180.6  251.9  1,967.0  4,250.8  340.4 
1982  2,649,000  6,567.5  473.0  6,094.5  5.1  39.9 167.3  260.6  1,789.7  4,003.8  301.0 
1983  2,662,000  6,250.9  487.8  5,763.0  4.1  40.5  170.3  273.0  1,745.8  3,714.5  302.8 
1984  2,674,000  6,243.7  506.1  5,737.6  4.8  44.9  168.6  287.8  1,823.3  3,617.9  296.4 
1985  2,687,000  6,729.8  551.1  6,178.7  4.7  50.7  185.6  310.1  1,886.5  3,934.7  357.6 
1986  2,698,000  7,080.7  549.7  6,531.0  6.6  51.1  205.9  286.1  1,966.7  4,162.8  401.5 
1987  2,724,000  6,969.0  539.5  6,429.4  5.6  45.8  196.0  292.2  1,782.7  4,181.6  465.1 
1988  2,741,000  7,058.7  545.7  6,513.0  5.1  40.5  193.0  307.2  1,764.1  4,154.4  594.4 
1989  2,820,000  6,161.1  518.6  5,642.5  4.8  46.6  151.8  315.4  1,425.4  3,677.0  540.1 
1990  2,842,321  5,646.0  506.8  5,139.2  3.8  46.9  144.3  311.8  1,135.4  3,545.2  458.6 
1991  2,922,000  5,755.1  506.3  5,248.8  4.6  53.4  150.1  298.2  1,176.0  3,598.4  474.4 
1992  2,977,000  5,820.9  510.2  5,310.7  4.7  53.1  151.4  301.1  1,106.7  3,670.6  533.5 
1993  3,032,000  5,765.6  503.1  5,262.5  4.6  51.3  129.6  317.6  1,024.8  3,656.9  580.7 
1994  3,086,000  6,296.4  520.6  5,775.8  4.9  43.2  138.2  334.4  1,100.8  3,969.7  705.2 
1995  3,141,000  6,563.9  522.4  6,041.5  4.1  41.7  137.9  338.7  1,102.8  4,236.7  702.0 
1996  3,204,000  5,996.6  463.1  5,533.6  4.0  39.7  122.2  297.2  988.3  4,014.3  531.0 
1997  3,243,000  6,269.8  444.4  5,825.3  2.9  40.3  117.5  283.7  1,033.2  4,197.6  594.5 
1998  3,282,000  5,646.6  419.8  5,226.8  3.8  39.8  105.2  271.0  927.5  3,773.3  526.0 
1999  3,316,154 5,001.8 374.9  4,626.9  2.7  36.8 86.2 249.3 806.6  3,409.1  411.1
2000  3,421,399  4,845.4  350.7  4,494.7  2.0  37.6  84.4  226.7  748.8  3,338.7  407.2
2001 3,473,441  5,043.2  306.6  4,736.6  2.4  33.8  79.1  191.3 767.2  3,542.1 427.3 
2002  3,520,355  4,870.0 292.5  4,577.5  2.0  35.2 77.9  177.4 729.9  3,378.2  469.4 
2003  3,564,330  5,060.4  294.8  4,765.6  1.9 34.2  79.9  178.8  801.3  3,432.0  532.3 
2004  3,591,363 4,934.0 298.6  4,635.4  2.5  35.7 76.6 183.8 837.3  3,282.0  516.1
2005  3,638,871  4,686.6  287.0  4,402.4  2.2  34.8  68.1  181.9  759.1  3.,112.2  529.3
2006  3,700,758  3,952.4  280.3 3,672.1  2.3  32.3 72.7  173.0  645.2  2.,636.1  390.7
2007  3,747,455  3,813.8  287.6 3,526.2  1.9  33.5 76.4  175.8  609.0  2.,529.0  388.2
2008  3,782,991 3,565.6  260.2 3,305.4  2.2  31.1 70.2 156.6  556.5  2.,448.4  300.5
2009  3,825,657 3,260.9 260.6 3,000.3 2.3  31.4 65.3  161.5  516.0  2,223.5 260.8
2010 3,838,332 3,290.7 251.4 3,039.3 2.5 32.3 63.1 153.5 522.0 2,279.5 237.8
2011 3,868,229 3,399.8 249.3 3,150.5 2.2 32.0 57.8 157.3 535.2 2,379.9 235.4
2012 3,899,353 3,471.8 247.6 3,224.2 2.4 29.2 61.9 154.1 561.7 2,400.9 261.7
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 
Oregon 2008 27 25 41 24 44 27 38 40 32 16 18
Oregon  2007  27 22 37 19 43 21 36 35 27 18 14
Oregon  2006  27 23 39 19 41 23 37 35 27 10 15
Oregon  2005  27 11 34 5 42 21 38 35 18 3 9


United States Crime Statistics
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