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Population for Kansas : 2,851,183

Total Males: 1,414,881
Total Females: 1,436,302
Median Household Income: $51,273
Total Households: 1,109,391

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Estimated crime in Kansas



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 27,33,697 10,330 122 1,142 1,812
2005 27,48,172 10,701 101 1,098 1,795
2006 27,64,075 11,960 125 1,279 1,878
2007 27,75,997 12,730 106 1,287 2,022
2008 28,02,134 11,554 113 1,226 1,681
2009 28,18,747 11,460 125 1,179 1,786
2010 28,59,143 10,602 97 1,146 1,538
2011 28,70,386 10,209 111 1,122 1,448
2012 28,85,398 10,292 85 1,105 1,493
2013 28,95,801 9,928 117 1,003 1,295 1,339
2014 29,04,021 10,123 91 1,075 1,411 1,362

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
7,254 1,09,771 20,146 81,115 8,510
7,707 1,04,588 19,028 76,222 9,338
8,678 1,04,260 20,086 75,450 8,724
9,315 1,02,961 20,461 73,900 8,600
8,534 94,882 19,651 67,826 7,405
8,370 90,930 19,473 65,499 5,958
7,821 89,109 19,315 63,774 6,020
7,528 88,655 18,712 63,259 6,684
7,609 91,066 18,874 65,413 6,779
7,177 85,704 17,476 61,557 6,671
7,259 79,431 15,828 56,697 6,906


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
377.9 4.5 41.8 66.3
389 3.7 40 65.3
432.7 4.5 46.3 67.9
458.6 3.8 46.4 72.8
412.3 4 43.8 60
406.6 4.4 41.8 63.4
370.8 3.4 40.1 53.8
355.7 3.9 39.1 50.4
356.7 2.9 38.3 51.7
342.8 4 34.6 44.7 46.2
348.6 3.1 37 48.6 46.9

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
265.4 4,015.50 737 2,967.20 311.3
280.4 3,806.00 692.4 2,774.00 340
314 3,772.00 726.7 2,729.70 315.6
335.6 3,709.00 737.1 2,662.10 309.8
304.6 3,386.10 701.3 2,420.50 264.3
296.9 3,225.90 690.8 2,323.70 211.4
273.5 3,116.60 675.6 2,230.50 210.6
262.3 3,088.60 651.9 2,203.80 232.9
263.7 3,156.10 654.1 2,267.00 234.9
247.8 2,959.60 603.5 2,125.70 230.4
250 2,735.20 545 1,952.40 237.8

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