South Carolina Crime Rates 1960 - 2012


South Carolina Crime Rates 1960 - 2012
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  2,382,594  35,743  3,424  32,319  314  236  478  2,396  10,081  19,636  2,602 
1961  2,407,000  38,175  3,318  34,857  280  224  501  2,313  11,524  20,504  2,829 
1962  2,436,000  40,847  3,012  37,835  247  172  468  2,125  12,299  22,696  2,840 
1963  2,483,000  45,454  4,075  41,379  249  150  536  3,140  14,288  23,783  3,308 
1964  2,555,000  52,439  4,240  48,199  206  271  659  3,104  15,874  27,982  4,343 
1965  2,542,000  47,256  4,504  42,752  245  285  546  3,428  13,374  25,450  3,928 
1966  2,586,000  51,268  5,844  45,424  301  352  744  4,447  13,865  27,417  4,142 
1967  2,599,000  54,345  6,015  48,330  291  379  909  4,436  16,603  27,509  4,218 
1968  2,692,000  58,567  5,853  52,714  366  404  1,152  3,931  19,073  28,694  4,947 
1969  2,692,000  68,677  6,449  62,228  336  378  1,347  4,388  21,711  34,099  6,418 
1970  2,590,516  79,220  7,412  71,808  377  467  1,557  5,011  26,407  38,740  6,661 
1971  2,627,000  82,447  8,188  74,259  436  478  1,640  5,634  27,077  41,414  5,768 
1972  2,665,000  87,003  10,312  76,691  447  599  1,762  7,504  29,760  41,003  5,928 
1973  2,726,000  90,694  10,757  79,937  392  612  2,158  7,595  32,557  40,675  6,705 
1974  2,784,000  115,961  12,688  103,273  452  730  3,547  7,959  43,497  51,914  7,862 
1975  2,818,000  130,797  14,412  116,385  414  748  3,125  10,125  48,306  60,764  7,315 
1976  2,848,000  139,749  17,065  122,684  331  909  3,010  12,815  44,247  71,292  7,145 
1977  2,876,000  139,120  18,297  120,823  343  950  3,046  13,958  46,407  67,368  7,048 
1978  2,918,000  142,863  18,604  124,259  336  1,032  2,955  14,281  43,729  72,472  8,058 
1979  2,932,000  148,540  19,889  128,651  368  1,006  3,156  15,359  44,160  75,807  8,684 
1980  3,064,557  166,686  20,225  146,461  348  1,148  3,620  15,109  51,177  85,905  9,379 
1981  3,166,000  168,402  20,275  148,127  330  1,148  3,805  14,992  50,520  88,887  8,720 
1982  3,203,000  171,718  23,061  148,657  348  1,242  3,921  17,550  47,752  92,009  8,896 
1983  3,264,000  155,723  20,133  135,590  321  1,144  3,425  15,243  42,263  85,501  7,826 
1984  3,300,000  153,877  20,607  133,270  305  1,329  3,408  15,565  40,646 84,753  7,871 
1985  3,347,000  162,013  21,121  140,892 304  1,385  3,143  16,289  41,955  90,260  8,677 
1986  3,378,000  173,541  22,789  150,752  291  1,395  3,361  17,742  45,276  96,132  9,344 
1987  3,425,000  176,794  22,773  154,021  318  1,497  3,463  17,495  46,511  97,892  9,618 
1988  3,493,000  189,053  25,889  163,164  325  1,493  4,357  19,714  49,467  103,055  10,642 
1989  3,512,000  197,348  28,576  168,772  320  1,632  4,574  22,050  48,914  107,845  12,013 
1990  3,486,703  210,779  34,050  176,729  390  1,873  5,313  26,474  48,132  115,144  13,453 
1991  3,560,000  219,980  34,621  185,359  402  2,098  6,092  26,029  51,793  119,784  13,782 
1992  3,603,000  212,327  34,029  178,298  373  2,072  6,148  25,436  49,669  116,186  12,443 
1993  3,643,000  215,060  37,281  177,779  377  1,905  6,825  28,174  47,695  117,553  12,531 
1994  3,664,000  219,870  37,756  182,114  353  1,991  6,817  28,595  46,678  122,252  13,184 
1995  3,673,000  222,723  36,067  186,656  292  1,737  6,461  27,577  46,083  126,416  14,157 
1996  3,699,000  229,861  36,875  192,986  332  1,821  6,361  28,361  47,487  129,650  15,849 
1997  3,760,000  230,637  37,235  193,402  314  1,837  6,624  28,460  46,322  131,325  15,755 
1998  3,836,000  221,607  34,647  186,960  306  1,753  5,943  26,645  44,600  126,412  15,948 
1999  3,885,736  206,907  32,920  173,987  258 1,587  5,760  25,315  39,630 119,912  14,445 
2000  4,012,012  209,482  32,293  177,189  233  1,511  5,883  24,666  38,888  123,094  15,207 
2001  4,062,125  219,168  33,114  186,054  330  1,769  5,987  25,028  42,611 126,742  16,701 
2002  4,103,770  217,569  33,761 183,808  298 1,959  5,774  25,730  43,745  123,196  16,867 
2003  4,148,744  221,047  33,455  187,592  303  1,952  5,801  25,399  43,993  127,809  15,790 
2004  4,197,892  223,616  33,160  190,456  286 1,772  5,468  25,634  43,739 130,991  15,727 
2005  4,246,933  217,196  32,590  185,606  314  1,862  5,657  24,757  42,741  126,489  16,376 
2006  4,321,249  216,400  33,078  183,322  359  1,762  5,899  25,058  42,772  124,128  16,402 
2007  4,407,709  223,028  34,746  188,282  352  1,739  6,346  26,309  45,214  126,048  17,026 
2008  4,503,280  222,751  32,752  189,999  307  1,683  6,596  24,166  45,970  126,360  17,669 
2009  4,561,242  209,109 30,799 178,310 305 1,663  5,753 23,078  45,443 119,250 13,617
2010 4,637,106 209,021 27,923 181,098 265 1,551 5,017 21,090 46,261 121,544 13,293
2011 4,673,348 211,137 27,894 183,243 320 1,678 4,631 21,265 47,351 122,255 13,637
2012 4,723,723 206,947 26,397 180,550 324 1,679 4,489 19,905 45,086 122,263 13,201
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South Carolina Crime Index Rates Per 100,000 Inhabitants
Forcible  Aggravated  Larceny-  Vehicle 
Year  Population  Index  Violent  Property  Murder  Rape  Robbery  assault  Burglary  Theft  Theft 
1960  2,382,594  1,500.2  143.7  1,356.5  13.2  9.9  20.1  100.6  423.1  824.1  109.2 
1961  2,407,000  1,586.0  137.8  1,448.2  11.6  9.3  20.8  96.1  478.8  851.8  117.5 
1962  2,436,000  1,676.8  123.6  1,553.2  10.1  7.1  19.2  87.2  504.9  931.7  116.6 
1963  2,483,000  1,830.6  164.1  1,666.5  10.0  6.0  21.6  126.5  575.4  957.8  133.2 
1964  2,555,000  2,052.4  165.9  1,886.5  8.1  10.6  25.8  121.5  621.3  1,095.2  170.0 
1965  2,542,000  1,859.0  177.2  1,681.8  9.6  11.2  21.5  134.9  526.1  1,001.2  154.5 
1966  2,586,000  1,982.5  226.0  1,756.5  11.6  13.6  28.8  172.0  536.2  1,060.2  160.2 
1967  2,599,000  2,091.0  231.4  1,859.6  11.2  14.6  35.0  170.7  638.8  1,058.4  162.3 
1968  2,692,000  2,175.6  217.4  1,958.2  13.6  15.0  42.8  146.0  708.5  1,065.9  183.8 
1969  2,692,000  2,551.2  239.6  2,311.6  12.5  14.0  50.0  163.0  806.5  1,266.7  238.4 
1970  2,590,516  3,058.1  286.1  2,772.0  14.6  18.0  60.1  193.4  1,019.4  1,495.5  257.1 
1971  2,627,000  3,138.4  311.7  2,826.8  16.6  18.2  62.4  214.5  1,030.7  1,576.5  219.6 
1972  2,665,000  3,264.7  386.9  2,877.7  16.8  22.5  66.1  281.6  1,116.7  1,538.6  222.4 
1973  2,726,000  3,327.0  394.6  2,932.4  14.4  22.5  79.2  278.6  1,194.3  1,492.1  246.0 
1974  2,784,000  4,165.3  455.7  3,709.5  16.2  26.2  127.4  285.9  1,562.4  1,864.7  282.4 
1975  2,818,000  4,641.5  511.4  4,130.1  14.7  26.5  110.9  359.3  1,714.2  2,156.3  259.6 
1976  2,848,000  4,906.9  599.2  4,307.7  11.6  31.9  105.7  450.0  1,553.6  2,503.2  250.9 
1977  2,876,000  4,837.3  636.2  4,201.1  11.9  33.0  105.9  485.3  1,613.6  2,342.4  245.1 
1978  2,918,000  4,895.9  637.6  4,258.4  11.5  35.4  101.3  489.4  1,498.6  2,483.6  276.1 
1979  2,932,000  5,066.2  678.3  4,387.8  12.6  34.3  107.6  523.8  1,506.1  2,585.5  296.2 
1980  3,064,557  5,439.2  660.0  4,779.2  11.4  37.5  118.1  493.0  1,670.0  2,803.2  306.0 
1981  3,166,000  5,319.1  640.4  4,678.7  10.4  36.3  120.2  473.5  1,595.7  2,807.5  275.4 
1982  3,203,000 5,361.2  720.0  4,641.2  10.9  38.8  122.4  547.9 1,490.9  2,872.6  277.7 
1983  3,264,000  4,770.9  616.8  4,154.1  9.8  35.0  104.9  467.0  1,294.8  2,619.5  239.8 
1984  3,300,000  4,662.9  624.5  4,038.5  9.2  40.3  103.3  471.7  1,231.7  2,568.3  238.5 
1985  3,347,000  4,840.5  631.0  4,209.5  9.1  41.4   93.9  486.7  1,253.5  2,696.7  259.2 
1986  3,378,000  5,137.4  674.6  4,462.8  8.6  41.3   99.5  525.2  1,340.3  2,845.8  276.6 
1987  3,425,000  5,161.9  664.9  4,497.0  9.3  43.7  101.1  510.8  1,358.0  2,858.2  280.8 
1988  3,493,000  5,412.3  741.2  4,671.2  9.3  42.7  124.7  564.4  1,416.2  2,950.3  304.7 
1989  3,512,000  5,619.2  813.7  4,805.6  9.1  46.5  130.2  627.8  1,392.8  3,070.8  342.1 
1990  3,486,703  6,045.2  976.6  5,068.7  11.2  53.7  152.4  759.3  1,380.4  3,302.4  385.8 
1991  3,560,000  6,179.2  972.5  5,206.7  11.3  58.9  171.1  731.2  1,454.9  3,364.7  387.1 
1992  3,603,000  5,893.1  944.5  4,948.6  10.4  57.5  170.6  706.0  1,378.5  3,224.7  345.4 
1993  3,643,000  5,903.4  1,023.4  4,880.0  10.3  52.3  187.3  773.4  1,309.2  3,226.8  344.0 
1994  3,664,000  6,000.8  1,030.5  4,970.4  9.6  54.3  186.1  780.4  1,274.0  3,336.6  359.8 
1995  3,673,000  6,063.8  981.9  5,081.8  7.9  47.3  175.9  750.8  1,254.6  3,441.8  385.4 
1996  3,699,000  6,214.1  996.9  5,217.2  9.0  49.2  172.0  766.7  1,283.8  3,505.0  428.5 
1997  3,760,000  6,134.0  990.3  5,143.7  8.4  48.9  176.2  756.9  1,232.0  3,492.7  419.0 
1998  3,836,000  5,777.0  903.2  4,873.8  8.0  45.7  154.9  694.6  1,162.7  3,295.4  415.7 
1999  3,885,736  5,324.8  847.2 4,477.6 6.6 40.8  148.2  651.5  1,019.9  3,086.0  371.7 
2000  4,012,012  5,221.4  804.9  4,416.5  5.8  37.7  146.6  614.8    969.3  3,068.1  379.0
2001  4,062,125  5,395.4  815.2  4,580.2  8.1  43.5 147.4  616.1  1,049.0 3,120.1  411.1
2002  4,103,770  5,301.7  822.7  4,479.0  7.3 47.7  140.7  627.0  1,066.0  3,002.0  411.0
2003  4,148,744  5,328.1  806.4  4,521.7  7.3  47.1  139.8  612.2  1,060.4  3,080.7  380.6 
2004  4,197,892  5,326,8  789.9 4,536.9 6.8 42.2  130.3  610.6 1,041.9  3,120.4  374.6 
2005  4,246,933  5,037.8  767.4 4,370.4  7.4  43.8 133.2  582.9  1,006.4  2,978.4  385.6
2006  4,321,249  4,907.8  765.5  4,242.3 8.3 40.8  136.5  579.9    989.8  2,873.0 379.6
2007  4,407,709  4,959.0  788.3  4,271.7 8.0 39.5  144.0  596.9  1,025.8  2,859.6 386.3
2008  4,503,280  4,946.4  727.3  4,219.1 6.8 37.4  146.5  536.6  1,020.8  2,806.0 392.4
2009  4,561,242  4,584.4 675.2  3,909.2 6.7 36.5 126.1  506.0   996.3  2,614.4 298.5
2010 4,637,106 4,507.6 602.2 3,905.4 5.7 33.4 108.2 454.8   997.6 2,621.1 286.7
2011 4,673,348 4,517.9 596.9 3,921.0 6.8 35.9 99.1 455.0 1,013.2 2,616.0 291.8
2012 4,723,723 4,381.0 558.8 3,822.2 6.9 35.5 95.0 421.4  954.5 2,588.3 279.5
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 
South Carolina 2008 24 2 2 3 8 13 17 2 8 3 10
South Carolina  2007  24 2 2 3 6 11 18 2 4 4 15
South Carolina  2006  24 3 2 4 5 12 19 2 7 2 16
South Carolina  2005  25 6 2 6 8 8 18 2 6 4 20


United States Crime Statistics
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