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Population for Alabama : 4,777,326

Total Males: 2,317,520
Total Females: 2,459,806
Median Household Income: $43,160
Total Households: 1,837,576

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Estimated crime in Alabama



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 45,25,375 19,324 254 1,742 6,042
2005 45,48,327 19,678 374 1,564 6,447
2006 45,99,030 19,553 382 1,646 7,062
2007 46,27,851 20,775 412 1,548 7,398
2008 46,61,900 21,110 351 1,618 7,346
2009 47,08,708 21,194 322 1,504 6,265
2010 47,85,401 18,363 275 1,355 4,864
2011 48,03,689 20,166 299 1,370 4,906
2012 48,17,528 21,693 342 1,296 5,020
2013 48,33,996 20,834 346 1,449 2,055 4,645
2014 48,49,377 20,727 276 1,436 2,005 4,701

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
11,286 1,82,340 44,666 1,23,650 14,024
11,293 1,77,393 43,473 1,20,780 13,140
10,463 1,81,249 44,780 1,21,451 15,018
11,417 1,84,082 45,379 1,24,465 14,238
11,795 1,90,416 50,411 1,26,539 13,466
13,103 1,78,007 48,844 1,18,072 11,091
11,869 1,68,828 42,484 1,15,564 10,780
13,591 1,73,192 51,119 1,11,411 10,662
15,035 1,68,878 47,481 1,11,523 9,874
13,788 1,61,835 42,410 1,08,862 10,563
13,745 1,54,094 39,715 1,04,238 10,141


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
427 5.6 38.5 133.5
433 8.2 34.4 141.7
425.2 8.3 35.8 153.6
448.9 8.9 33.4 159.9
452.8 7.5 34.7 157.6
450.1 6.8 31.9 133.1
383.7 5.7 28.3 101.6
419.8 6.2 28.5 102.1
450.3 7.1 26.9 104.2
431 7.2 30 42.5 96.1
427.4 5.7 29.6 41.3 96.9

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
249.4 4,029.30 987 2,732.40 309.9
248.3 3,900.00 955.8 2,656.00 289
227.5 3,941.00 973.7 2,640.80 326.5
246.7 3,977.70 980.6 2,689.50 307.7
253 4,084.50 1,081.30 2,714.30 288.9
278.3 3,780.40 1,037.30 2,507.50 235.5
248 3,528.00 887.8 2,414.90 225.3
282.9 3,605.40 1,064.20 2,319.30 222
312.1 3,505.50 985.6 2,314.90 205
285.2 3,347.90 877.3 2,252.00 218.5
283.4 3,177.60 819 2,149.50 209.1

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