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Population for Hawaii : 1,362,730

Total Males: 683,498
Total Females: 679,232
Median Household Income: $67,492
Total Households: 447,453

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Below is a list of all cities in the state of Hawaii. Choosing a city will return a list of all people located within that city by last names, in alphabetical order. After choosing a person, potential family relatives will also be available.

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Estimated crime in Hawaii



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 12,62,124 3,213 33 333 944
2005 12,73,278 3,253 24 343 1,001
2006 12,85,498 3,608 21 353 1,144
2007 12,83,388 3,544 24 377 1,122
2008 12,88,198 3,510 26 363 1,085
2009 12,95,178 3,550 23 385 1,030
2010 13,63,359 3,603 25 377 1,065
2011 13,78,129 3,465 20 353 994
2012 13,90,090 3,378 21 279 1,125
2013 14,08,987 3,585 32 366 508 934
2014 14,19,561 3,680 26 314 445 1,107

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
1,903 60,525 10,827 41,078 8,620
1,885 61,115 9,792 42,188 9,135
2,090 54,247 8,724 37,784 7,739
2,021 52,866 9,089 37,494 6,283
2,036 45,944 9,404 31,424 5,116
2,112 47,516 9,244 33,415 4,857
2,136 45,667 8,706 31,681 5,280
2,098 43,874 8,165 31,240 4,469
1,953 43,419 7,653 31,901 3,865
2,111 45,266 7,777 32,928 4,561
2,102 43,297 7,778 31,640 3,879


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
254.6 2.6 26.4 74.8
256 1.9 26.9 78.6
280.7 1.6 27.5 89
276.1 1.9 29.4 87.4
272.5 2 28.2 84.2
274.1 1.8 29.7 79.5
264.3 1.8 27.7 78.1
251.4 1.5 25.6 72.1
243 1.5 20.1 80.9
254.4 2.3 26 36.1 66.3
259.2 1.8 22.1 31.3 78

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
150.8 4,795.50 857.8 3,254.70 683
148 4,800.00 769 3,313.00 717
162.6 4,219.90 678.6 2,939.30 602
157.5 4,119.30 708.2 2,921.50 489.6
158.1 3,566.50 730 2,439.40 397.1
163.1 3,668.70 713.7 2,580.00 375
156.7 3,349.60 638.6 2,323.70 387.3
152.2 3,183.60 592.5 2,266.80 324.3
140.5 3,123.50 550.5 2,294.90 278
149.8 3,212.70 552 2,337.00 323.7
148.1 3,050.00 547.9 2,228.90 273.3

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