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Population for Idaho : 1,567,803

Total Males: 785,954
Total Females: 781,849
Median Household Income: $47,015
Total Households: 577,648

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Estimated crime in Idaho



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 13,95,140 3,452 31 594 241
2005 14,29,367 3,670 35 577 266
2006 14,66,465 3,666 35 611 294
2007 14,99,402 3,841 49 607 243
2008 15,23,816 3,680 23 579 239
2009 15,45,801 3,805 24 575 254
2010 15,71,102 3,464 22 533 213
2011 15,83,744 3,202 35 444 188
2012 15,95,590 3,348 30 495 243
2013 16,12,843 3,471 29 516 674 220
2014 16,34,464 3,468 32 468 609 204

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
2,586 38,799 7,671 28,389 2,739
2,792 38,556 8,066 27,606 2,884
2,726 35,135 7,545 25,154 2,436
2,942 34,124 7,131 24,727 2,266
2,839 31,940 6,748 23,532 1,660
2,952 31,220 6,682 23,066 1,472
2,696 31,436 6,513 23,594 1,329
2,535 32,875 6,915 24,629 1,331
2,580 31,825 7,240 23,203 1,382
2,548 30,230 6,693 21,999 1,538
2,623 30,316 6,428 22,227 1,661


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
247.4 2.2 42.6 17.3
257 2.4 40.4 18.6
250 2.4 41.7 20
256.2 3.3 40.5 16.2
241.5 1.5 38 15.7
246.2 1.6 37.2 16.4
220.5 1.4 33.9 13.6
202.2 2.2 28 11.9
209.8 1.9 31 15.2
215.2 1.8 32 41.8 13.6
212.2 2 28.6 37.3 12.5

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
185.4 2,781.00 549.8 2,034.80 196.3
195.3 2,697.00 564.3 1,931.00 202
185.9 2,395.90 514.5 1,715.30 166.1
196.2 2,275.80 475.6 1,649.10 151.1
186.3 2,096.10 442.8 1,544.30 108.9
191 2,019.70 432.3 1,492.20 95.2
171.6 2,000.90 414.5 1,501.70 84.6
160.1 2,075.80 436.6 1,555.10 84
161.7 1,994.60 453.8 1,454.20 86.6
158 1,874.30 415 1,364.00 95.4
160.5 1,854.80 393.3 1,359.90 101.6

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