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Population for Arizona : 6,410,979

Total Males: 3,187,926
Total Females: 3,223,053
Median Household Income: $50,256
Total Households: 2,357,158

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Estimated crime in Arizona



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 57,39,879 28,952 414 1,896 7,721
2005 59,53,007 30,478 445 2,006 8,579
2006 61,66,318 33,456 533 2,449 9,491
2007 63,38,755 32,835 548 2,353 9,764
2008 65,00,180 31,567 462 2,200 9,809
2009 65,95,778 28,128 380 2,279 8,199
2010 64,13,158 26,528 408 2,191 6,953
2011 64,67,315 26,789 397 2,499 7,145
2012 65,51,149 28,077 358 2,282 7,383
2013 66,34,997 27,576 355 2,344 3,174 6,656
2014 67,31,484 26,916 319 2,464 3,378 6,249

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
18,921 2,91,203 56,885 1,79,012 55,306
19,448 2,87,345 56,328 1,76,112 54,905
20,983 2,94,389 59,418 1,78,321 56,650
20,170 2,87,308 59,988 1,77,076 50,244
19,096 2,66,653 58,606 1,69,460 38,587
17,270 2,36,721 54,308 1,55,976 26,437
16,976 2,26,802 50,932 1,54,137 21,733
16,748 2,29,896 54,695 1,55,400 19,801
18,054 2,31,701 52,911 1,59,808 18,982
17,391 2,23,294 48,292 1,58,036 16,966
16,970 2,15,240 43,562 1,54,091 17,587


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
504.4 7.2 33 134.5
512 7.5 33.7 144.1
542.6 8.6 39.7 153.9
518 8.6 37.1 154
485.6 7.1 33.8 150.9
426.5 5.8 34.6 124.3
413.6 6.4 34.2 108.4
414.2 6.1 38.6 110.5
428.6 5.5 34.8 112.7
415.6 5.4 35.3 47.8 100.3
399.9 4.7 36.6 50.2 92.8

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
329.6 5,073.30 991 3,118.70 963.5
326.7 4,827.00 946.2 2,958.00 922
340.3 4,774.10 963.6 2,891.90 918.7
318.2 4,532.60 946.4 2,793.50 792.6
293.8 4,102.20 901.6 2,607.00 593.6
261.8 3,589.00 823.4 2,364.80 400.8
264.7 3,536.50 794.2 2,403.40 338.9
259 3,554.70 845.7 2,402.90 306.2
275.6 3,536.80 807.7 2,439.40 289.8
262.1 3,365.40 727.8 2,381.90 255.7
252.1 3,197.50 647.1 2,289.10 261.3

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