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Population for Kentucky : 4,340,167

Total Males: 2,134,355
Total Females: 2,205,812
Median Household Income: $42,610
Total Households: 1,691,716

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Estimated crime in Kentucky



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 41,41,835 10,152 236 1,238 3,268
2005 41,72,608 11,134 190 1,421 3,690
2006 42,06,074 11,361 173 1,312 3,850
2007 42,41,474 12,329 206 1,365 4,068
2008 42,69,245 12,690 201 1,457 4,080
2009 43,14,113 11,000 184 1,531 3,642
2010 43,47,223 10,604 188 1,438 3,748
2011 43,66,814 10,465 151 1,499 3,705
2012 43,79,730 9,852 201 1,312 3,547
2013 43,99,583 9,280 172 951 1,646 3,247
2014 44,13,457 9,340 160 883 1,440 3,336

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
5,410 1,05,209 25,902 70,535 8,772
5,833 1,05,608 26,458 70,354 8,796
6,026 1,09,428 27,867 72,197 9,364
6,690 1,07,987 27,820 71,489 8,678
6,952 1,14,492 29,556 77,279 7,657
5,643 1,08,914 29,880 72,938 6,096
5,230 1,11,170 30,443 74,488 6,239
5,110 1,19,037 32,750 79,586 6,701
4,792 1,12,800 29,877 76,199 6,724
4,215 1,04,448 26,331 72,048 6,069
4,404 99,166 23,244 69,604 6,318


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
245.1 5.7 29.9 78.9
267 4.6 34.1 88.4
270.1 4.1 31.2 91.5
290.7 4.9 32.2 95.9
297.2 4.7 34.1 95.6
255 4.3 35.5 84.4
243.9 4.3 33.1 86.2
239.6 3.5 34.3 84.8
224.9 4.6 30 81
210.9 3.9 21.6 37.4 73.8
211.6 3.6 20 32.6 75.6

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
130.6 2,540.20 625.4 1,703.00 211.8
139.8 2,531.00 634.1 1,686.00 211
143.3 2,601.70 662.5 1,716.50 222.6
157.7 2,546.00 655.9 1,685.50 204.6
162.8 2,681.80 692.3 1,810.10 179.4
130.8 2,524.60 692.6 1,690.70 141.3
120.3 2,557.30 700.3 1,713.50 143.5
117 2,725.90 750 1,822.50 153.5
109.4 2,575.50 682.2 1,739.80 153.5
95.8 2,374.00 598.5 1,637.60 137.9
99.8 2,246.90 526.7 1,577.10 143.2

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