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Population for Arkansas : 2,916,372

Total Males: 1,431,252
Total Females: 1,485,120
Median Household Income: $40,531
Total Households: 1,128,797

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Estimated crime in Arkansas



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 27,50,000 13,814 176 1,183 2,372
2005 27,75,708 14,670 189 1,202 2,532
2006 28,10,872 15,538 205 1,325 2,749
2007 28,34,797 15,226 198 1,294 3,105
2008 28,55,390 14,649 165 1,463 2,777
2009 28,89,450 14,905 179 1,378 2,576
2010 29,21,588 14,711 134 1,321 2,369
2011 29,38,582 14,173 160 1,230 2,357
2012 29,49,828 13,851 174 1,233 2,310
2013 29,58,765 13,705 158 1,135 1,490 2,261
2014 29,66,369 14,243 165 1,182 1,763 2,050

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
10,083 1,10,911 30,151 74,242 6,518
10,747 1,12,914 30,118 75,510 7,286
11,259 1,12,025 31,864 72,646 7,515
10,629 1,12,130 32,035 73,096 6,999
10,244 1,10,360 33,912 69,905 6,543
10,772 1,09,078 34,753 68,228 6,097
10,887 1,03,820 32,463 65,796 5,561
10,426 1,10,430 34,016 70,645 5,769
10,134 1,09,389 32,673 70,982 5,734
9,796 1,06,477 30,369 70,430 5,678
10,265 99,018 24,790 68,627 5,601


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
502.3 6.4 43 86.3
528 6.8 43.3 91.2
552.8 7.3 47.1 97.8
537.1 7 45.6 109.5
513 5.8 51.2 97.3
515.8 6.2 47.7 89.2
503.5 4.6 45.2 81.1
482.3 5.4 41.9 80.2
469.6 5.9 41.8 78.3
463.2 5.3 38.4 50.4 76.4
480.1 5.6 39.8 59.4 69.1

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
366.7 4,033.10 1,096.40 2,699.70 237
387.2 4,068.00 1,085.10 2,720.00 262
400.6 3,985.40 1,133.60 2,584.50 267.4
374.9 3,955.50 1,130.10 2,578.50 246.9
358.8 3,865.00 1,187.60 2,448.20 229.1
372.8 3,775.00 1,202.80 2,361.30 211
372.6 3,553.50 1,111.10 2,252.10 190.3
354.8 3,757.90 1,157.60 2,404.10 196.3
343.5 3,708.30 1,107.60 2,406.30 194.4
331.1 3,598.70 1,026.40 2,380.40 191.9
346 3,338.00 835.7 2,313.50 188.8

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